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SATURDAY, MA11CI1 19, 1802.
Stun Clntidiuo from Maul
Stmr Mokolll from Molokai
Stmt Jus Mnkeo from Kuual
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY
Stmr Llkullke for llninakua at 5 ) m
Stun- J.uliua for Nun nml Pnp.ilkou. at f
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p m
Stmr .las Mnkr-u for Kiitmi at 1 p in
Stnir lwsdnnl foi llaninkui
Stmr Walalealc for inrt on Kauai
Stmr C 11 KUhop for Knlinku ami Piina-
liui at L p m
CAF1C0GS FHOM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Claiullne K182 bugs sugar, 74 bugs
taro, -12 hides, an head cattle, ;i
hor.e3, 70 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mokolll liio sheep, 10 cattle, 12
calves, 1 horse, 2.U bags sugar, SO
Stmr W O Hall lllliO bags sugar, !!()
head cattle, 2 horses, '( asses, 2S
pkgs hides, 0" pkgs nwa, anil ISO
Stmr Jas Makee 250(1 bags sugar, 200
bags rice, fi bag peanuls, 1 hoise,
rP and 18 pkgs Miuihlus.
From MauU per stmr Clatidliic, March
1!) .liio Dyer, J A Scott, Mrs Van 'Pas
tel, J 1) Tavlor, Thos Spencer, .7 S Gnr
uutt, Mr Dempster. 11 M A .Miller, Mis
Cheney, Mis Man.-lleld, Mr l.ihby and
wife, lion W 0 Smith, .1 V Kahauuiia,
mid CO deck.
From Maul mid Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hull, March 18 Col Sam Morris h Heed
and wife, MIssKeol, II Dynr, Mis.JN
lioblusou, Mi.sliau, .1 Mcula, V Sav
idgo, .1 F Howler, II V ( hauiherlalu, W
V Krear, F M Swan.y, Uev O P Kuier
son, (JMciucckc mid sou, Mrs Kuihelaui,
Capt llariihon, .Ino Kauwe and wife, J
1) Paris Jr, and 8b (leek.
From Kauai, per stmr Jus Makee,
March 10 Ool Z & bpalUlug, J X S Wil
liams, and 1 deck.
The steamer Mokolli from Molokai
brought eiglit deck passengers
The bark Andiew Welch is docked at
Brewer's whaif, where she lias com
The tern Bertha Dolbeer has finished
discharging her lumber.
The sieauier l'ele will take 150 tons of
coal to llaualel on her next trip sailing
probably on Tuesday.
The steamer Clmfdinn from Maui ar
rived lather unexpectedly this morning.
The barl.entiue Uncle .lohn has re
ceived mi oveihauling on the Marino
ROYAL VISIT TO THE CRUISER.
Her Majesty the Queen paid a
visit to thu U."s. F. S. San Fran
cisco at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
The yards of II. B. M. S. Pheasant
were manned with blue jackets, as
was the railing of the llagahip. Her
Majesty was accompanied by Gov
ernor A. S. Clcghorn, Prince Ka
wnnanakoa, and Major Jas. W. Roli
ertson, Chamberlain. They were
rowed out in a barge manipulated
by twelve blue jackets. Following
them in a steamboat were His Excel
lency II. A. Wideinann, Minister of
Finance, and Mrs. Wideinann; His
Excellency O. N. Spencer, Minister
of Interior, and Mrs. Spencer; His
Excellency V. A. Whiting, Attorney-General,
and Mesdames Wilson,
Robertson and Llark, ladies-in-waiting.
In a succeeding boat were
members of Her Majesty's stall'
Cols. O. P. Iatikea, J. D. Holt, John
Richardson, J. II. Boyd, II. F. 13cr
telmann and E. K. Lilikalani. The
Queen was saluted on boarding the
warship and on leaving, half an hour
later, another salute was given. The
San Francisco's band played "Ha
waii Ponoi" both on the Queen's ar
rival and on her departure.
Chief-Justice Judd ycsteidny, in
the matter of the Kalakaua estate
and regaiding the non-confirmation
of sale of a piece of laud previously
knocked down by the auctioneer to
Mr. J. F. Howler and of which piece
re-sale was oi dercd, having been in
formed by the attorney of the estate
that the said piece of land had again
been offered for sale, on March 5th,
and that no bidder had appeared, or
dered the sale to be confirmed to the
previous bidder at the price named,
Judge Dole has ordered that the
petition of Ualnpa Ilalsey for the
guardianship of the person and prop
erty of Kauuli (w.) be granted on
filing necessary bonds. Thurston for
CASE OF JAS. GAY.
II)' IH'dr.ioii or tli f-iiiii'i'iim Court
the IH-lviiilunt In DIm'Iiui'i; (1.
A decision of the full Court was
filed this morning in the case of the
Queen vs. James Gay, failing to re
turn an account of his expenses as a
candidate for the Legislature to the
Minister of the Interior. Mr, Gay
is discharged. Thu Court holds that
where theio is proof that tho candi
date incurred no expenses on ae
count of the election, it constitutes
a complete defense to tho chuigc of
neglecting to furnish a return of ex
penses. FOR LIFE AND LIBERTY.
A young Hawaiian boy swam
ashore lroin the whaler Alice Knowles
on Thursday. The ship was
about two miles off Kulihi when the
boy quietly let himself over the side
of the ship and noiselessly made his
way to land. A bosom friend ot his,
also a Hawaiian, and cabin boy on
tho same vessel, icfuscd to accom
pany the during young swimmer,
choosing to remain on board rather
than run the chances of a tusslo
with man-eaters. The Alice Knowles
has gone North, thereforo the
gallant young swimmer is all right.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The O. S. S. Co.'s dock is receiving
u new pavement at liio entrance.
Tin: wlialer Mcrniaid docked nt the
1. M.S. S, wharf, has lost nil her crow
JlAbTi'it Hurry N'iohols 1ms been
admitted a junior member of Engine
Go. No. 1.
Col., Z. S. SrAMil.M! wus u paston
gor by thu steamer .lames Mnkeu this
Hon. J. N, S. Williams is in town
again, having been on iv business.- tiip
to Kualia, luiuai.
11. H. A. S. Piikahant is now con
nested with the Mutual Telephone,
llor nunibur is 125.
Dr.coitATivi: painting i being inado
on the front of tho 1. 11. Foster build
ing on Nuuaim street.
An Italian iuterpioler was engaged
in the Police Com I this morning, lor
thu first liuio, it is bcliuvcd.
Uia.mo.vm Hi:ad, 12 m. Weather
hii.y, wind light cast: wlialer An
drew Hicks lying oil' mid on.
Tin: llciiluui Boat Club was con
spicuous by its absence from the
Pcnil City Regatta on March 17th.
Tin: lloyul llawuiiau Orchestra
gave the concert nt Queen Emma hall
last night. A large crowd was greatly
Tin: whaler California, lying in the
naval low, has lost all her men. This
afternoon a nuuibci of thuni were ap
prehended. Tin: Ahcu M., Alt'. Rogers and
Stranger were all onteiod by the
Myrtle Boat Club for"lhc Peutl Har
A .vtJ.MUKH of tourists returned on
the -steamer Hall fiom thu Volcano
yesterday. They seemed well pleased
with their visit.
Chowds of people flocked to
Biowei's wharf to admire tho bark
Andiew Welch. She is a beautiful
and btaunch vessel.
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will have a meeting at the res
idence of Mis. T. 11. Hobron, at 7 :30
o'clock this evening.
A riNU looking horse was biought
from Kauai on the James Makee to
day. Tho animal is the property of
Col. Z. S. Spalding.
FirxiiUN deserting sailors from the
whulbis ofl port are lodging in tho
Police Station cells. Sumo persoiib
must have made "spondulicks."
The first of a weekly beiies of con
ceits will be held in Kobiiibon's hall,
King and Nuuanu streets, this even
ing, the ltoyal Oichcstra assisting.
Tin: beginning of work with the
dmlgo on the bar has been delayed
owing to the water having been too
rough (or operating the pile driver.
Tin: Arions are making pioparations
for thuir picnic at Koniond Grove,
which is to take place on Saturday
next. Tickets can be had horn thu
Tin: steamer Claudine returned from
Maui this morning in Older that she
may go on tho marine lailway to re
ccivo a general overhauling. She wus
hauled up this morning.
Tin: baseball clubs have begun
practice for the coming season which
commences on April !). Tho first
game will be between the Kamehu
nielias and the Honolulus.
Tin: crow of thu San Francisco
which pulled in the bix-oared station
ary peat race at Pearl City have signi
fied a desire to have another race with
the boat boys in the harbor.
The steamer Mokolii which arrived
this morning reports everything dull
at Luiiui and Molokai. They would
like to pull tho island over and stow
it away under Honolulu's lee.
People who have business to do
along the city front aro wishing that
tho Jtoad Supervisor would only turn
his attention to that part of the city.
If ho should he will earn their most
Tins day week will occur the sales
of two elegant and convenient family
lesidences situated in lino localities,
One is tho residence of Mr. Hyman
on King btreet, and the other the
premises formerly occupied by Mr. J.
A. liassinger, on Pensacola street,
It is hoped that the new baud stand
at the Hotel will be completed in time
for a concert next Tuesday ovoning,
after tho anival of the steamer Aus
tralia. As the stand is fitted with
neaily u hundred colored electric
lights, nothing like it for artistic illu
mination has over been scon in Hono
lulu. Mit. J. W. Gimis bab a corps of five
handlers of iho brush engaged in ren
ovating the exterior of the Palace.
Evciy door, window frame and bush,
beginning at the attic and working
down, is being thoroughly sciupcd
and repainted, What has been com
pleted shows a decided improvement
in appearances, and when tho job is
douu tho Palace will shino like a new
The double gate on the Palace Wulk
side of the Palace, in connection with
the now wrought iron fence, has been
hung. It has a graceful appearance
and, although it looks light, each gato
weighs COO pounds. Tho King stieel
gate is being hung, Pint of the fenoo,
from ltichards tticet to the fiont en
hance gate on King street, is ready
for painting, Mr. Gio. C. Stratemeycr
will paint it green with gold tips on
J. Hom:itiQUi:s, an old resident of
this city ami father of Mrs. Lancas
ter, fell down on tho stieul this morn
ing in a faint. Ho was picked up and
carried in stretcher to the Police
Station. Dr. Chits. Peterson was call
ed and attended on the old gentle
man, who Is over eighty years of ago.
An hour after ludrin,ues fell he he
camo conscious again after being ad
miuisteied btimulanU. Lator ho wus
PECULIAR ELECTION GASE.
Tliu-Xiw .1 Hilar nt V.i MnUrn Fifth
of Out; uiul I'IunIi of Another.
On election day A. Kauhi, the lone
candidate for Ewa and Wnianac,
made a great rumpus at the Ewa
polling place, lie wanted an olllcial
ballot before tho hour nt which the
law allows any to be given out. This
privilege was refused to the redoubt
able statesman, who holds that con
stituency with a grip that nothing
When the clock said eight tho
wi upper was torn off a block of bal
lots, and Mr. Kauhi snatched at one
and took it outside of thu polling
place. He gave this ballot to a na
tive voter and catno back for another.
Again the Inspectors declined to
comply with a request unknown to
the statute except by prohibition.
Mr. Kauhi upset the fixings of the
chairman's tabic, spilling the ink and
producing chaos generally. Peace
was, however, restored without the
king of Ewa getting away with any
The irate candidate, who did not
require more than one ballot anyway,
as he had no opponent, prosecuted
the Inspectors for misdemeanor in
refusing him a ballot. His Honor
Enoka Johnson, recently appointed
District Justice at Ewa, heard the
case the other day and gave a Judg
ment that will doubtless make him
famous in "the books." He dis
charged the native Inspectors but
found the white ones guilt'. Mr. J.
W. Smith, chairman, was lined S10
and costs, and Mr. A. 11. Lindsay,
specially appointed for election day,
So and costs.
There may have been reasons in
the evidence for this discrimination,
which will come out on the trial of
the appeal that has been taken. One
of the reasons given for finding the
two Inspectors guilty, however,
seems to be a magisterial curiosity.
It was that the first ballot taken out
of the polling place by Mr. Kauhi,
distinctly contrary to the law, was
not a ballot because it was not folded
in tho form for depositing. As it
stands the case is a serious one for
the convicted inspectors, who had to
interpret the law to the best of their
ability. Mr. Smith is a teacher in
the employ of the Hoard of Educa
tion, but if his conviction of misde
meanor stund he will lose his civil
"As we journey through life let us live
by the way,
Sharing each pleasure with our fi lends
day by day."
The better class of Maui's inhabi
tants evidently are linn believers in
the above couplet, and 1 doubt if
there are a more hospitable or social
people elsewhere on earth. Any well
regulated creature, be he or she
friend or stranger, will meet with
kindness and careful attention from
our good people, and be allowed to
tal.e part in all their amusements and
pleasures, which aie many and con
tinuous the McKinley Hill to the con
The most noted social gathering of
the week took place at the residence
of Mr. Hugh Center of Spreckels
ville, the genial and popular manager
of the Hawaiian Commercial & Sug
ar Co.'s plantation, and was hugely
attended by the elite of the island.
We have had a very pleasant par
ty of tourists among us for the past
week or so, doing llaleakala and the
beautiful Iao and Eleile valleys. The
party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Lib
by, Mrs. Cheney, Miss Manslicid,
Mr. Dempster and Mr. Miller, con
nected with Lux & Miller, rauoh and
cattle men of California.
Kahului presents quite an animated
appearance steamer days. The
plucky little Waiuianalo, Dudoit
master, Cuttrel engineer, seems to
hold her own admirably against her
larger competitor, and judging from
the piles of freight she brings chaiges
must be satisfactory to shippers, as
well as owners.
Through the kindness of Mr.
Hoffman, our genial Collector of
Customs at Kahului, we are indebted
for the movement of vessels at that
Arrived Sunday, March 13, schr.
Mary Dodge, Gallop master, from
Eureka, Cal., with redwood lumber
for Messrs. Wilder & Co. After
discharging here she will sail to Ma
hukona, North Kohala, Hawaii, and
there load sugar for San Francisco.
Departures for the week are as
follows: Wednesday, March lGth,
J. D. Spreckels, with 5878 bugs
sugar; Frhluy, March 18th, Klikitat,
with 13,130 bugs sugar, both con
signed to J. D. Spreckels & Bros.,
Judge George Richardson of Wal
luku is still confined to his home un
der the doctor's care.
Hon. Henry G. Treadway, we re
gret to slate, is quite ill at his home.
The doctor assuios us, however, that
he will have him out as good us new
beforo many days.
E. 15. Carley, the ncconimoduting
Superintendent of the Maui Tele
phone Co., who was so seven Ij in
jured last week, has been reniovi d
from the hospital to his home at Ka
hului, where he is improving rapidly
and will soon be himself again.
Strong N. E. winds still prevail,
with abundunce of rain, which lowers
the temperature a trifle too much for
health or comfort, consequently there
is considerable sickness.
Friday, March 18, 1892.
Get your nootb and shoes iiiudo
and icpaired by tho old Wuiltiku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on Kail
Hotel sheet, FiiM-clusb work, low
pi ices. -Ml
lvi'NSi.Nino.s Crocket Cotton, makes
hcautitul fancy work; we havo il in
Kt'ldoii biown, olive, heliotrope light
blue, bcailot, canary, salmon gold,
cieam, pink and white, nt N. S. Bachs',
10-1 Fort tret. 8-lw
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A COMING COMPETITOR.
The yachting circles of the "Para
dise of the Pacific" are now on the
qui vive for the arrival, in the near
future, of a competitor for honors,
amongst tho yachts of the first class,
the builders of which, the coming
white-winged racer, have earned an
excellent reputation for the speed
obtained by their models. A party
of gentlemen who are thorough be
lievers in the exhilarating sport and
enjoy to thu full the pleasures of a
"wet sheet and a Mowing sea," had
commissioned Mr. W. C. Sproull to
obtain for them from a well known
Scotch firm of yacht builders a sam
ple of their urland which is expected to
lower the laurels of our home piodue
tions.lho yachts Ilcalani and Hawaii
Advices received from the build
er, Mr. Win. Fife, Jr., of Fairlie,
Scotland, stale that the order has
been completed and that the yacht
has been shipped on the ship Ben
more due fiere, at Honolulu, in May
The coming prospective champion
will measure, length 38 feet 10 in
ches, over all ; beam 7 feet 0 inches,
and of 7 tons tonnage. The length
on the water line is but 27 feet, which
will allow of lime measurement in
her favor as against the Ilelcne. The
yacht will be schooner-iigged, keel
bout; will draw about 7 feet and will
be balasled, mainly, by a heavy keel.
Her builders have produced the
"Minerva" which his won several
races from fast yachts off the shores
of "Metric England" nud they have
hopes that this specimen ot their
work for Hawaiian waters will be
able to show a clean pair of heels to
the present crack yachts of the
Paradise of the Paetllc.
On Thursday morning, March 17,
two Italian women venders ot jewelry
engaged in a rough-and-tumble ll;ht
on iS'uuanu street near the Empire
Saloon. Next day, a wairant was
caused to be issued by Mary, one of
the women concerned in the fray,
for the arrest of an Italian named
John, Mary claiming that John stood
by and insulted her by urging Mary's
opponent to thump thu other into
smithereens. John wa arraigned
this morning in tho Police Court, when
he pleaded not guilty. His Honor
after hearing evidence discharged
John, with the admonition thai
should any quanel happen again be
tween them and they be brought be
fore him, they would be punished
sevetcly. J. L. Kuulukou appeared
UNION IRON WORKS SOLD.
Idaho) & Co. and tlio Oilier Itnutl
lioltliTM ;, the IriiiH'rt3'.
The sale of the Union Iron Woiks
property took place at noon to-day,
J. F. Morgan wielding the hammer.
The sale is subject to the approval of
the Supreme Court. The properly
was bought in Dy DMiop & l'o.nnd
the remaining holders of the Hist
mortgage bonds, for SC2,00'o. The
upset price was $13,500. Immedi
ately after the sale, and on the same
authority, was offered one Marsden
& Hickard Evaporator, partly con
structed. There being no bidders
the apparatus was withdrawn. The
sale of forty-five shares of Kaliuku
stock was also withdrawn.
meet you at the Hiuiiswick.
C. J. McCakthy
si i eel for sale.
has lots on
'I'm: Hruiiswick aie the only Hilliard
Parlors in town. G-tf
Geo. E. Hoakd-man luib a house to
let on Kiuau btreet.
A special meeting of Mystic Lodge
is called for this evening.
Aitek shaving use (Jucuinher Skin
'Ionic, licn.-oii, Smith & Co., Agents.
KtiNnuiiN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic, lioiison, Smith & Co.,
Jas. F. MoiiGAirwill hold an auction
Bido of fancy - goods at 10 o'clock
11. Kenjes is proclaimed as Hono
rary Vicc-Coiibtil for thu Kingdom of
Spain at Honolulu.
Delicious codec and chocolate will
ho m rveil every moiiuug curly at tlio
Pahico Ice Cream Pailois, Ludwigsen,
.t Ciou, Hotel Mien. 1-tf
"Hut, oh, what a difl'orenco in
morning" it makes if you miss
Hawaiian Hard ware Co.'s
incuts in the evening.
"1 have just lecovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher of
the Leader, Mexiu, Texas. "In tlio
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with
considciable success, only being in
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the first attack. The
second attack 1 am satislied would
have been equally as bad us the first
hut for the use of this remedy, as I
had to go to bed in about six hours
being 'btiuck wilh it, while in
the tlrst case 1 was ahle to attend to
business about two days before get
ting HhnMi.' " flO cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Ho.v. W. O. Smith
Hying visit to Maui
returned from a
by tho bteamer
The band will give its regular Sat
urday afternoon concert at Einnia
IMtituro Frames ninth) to
order from latest HtylOH of
moulding.-). Itenovatiou of
old pioluviiB a specialty at
King 15roH., Hotel street.
I 1 ,
ST. ANDItKW'S CATHKIMtAl..
Third Sunday in Lent. Cathedral
services: Holy communion, 0:30
a. m. ; morning prayer and sermon
1 1 a. in. ; evening prayer (Hawaiian)
3:30 p.m.; evening piaycr and
sermon at 7:30 p. in.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will lie as follows: Morn
ing prayer with sermon at 0 : -i " a.
m.; hymns '.)!! and 105; Heuediclu
by Hitch, in D. Anthem, "Lord for
Thy mercy's sake," by Farranl.
Evensong with sermon at 0 .30. An
them, "Teach me, O Lord Thy sta
tutes," by Altwood. Hymns !U and
222. Kev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
All me invited to these services.
The Y. M. C. A. will conduct
evangelistic meetings in Bethel Hull
to night and Sunday night. Meet
ings begin 7: 15 p. m. Everybody
The subject for
the 7:30 Hibl-i
reading of the Seventh Day Advent
tsts for Sunday evening will be
"Humility." Meeting takes place
in one of Mr. G. West's rooms,
Heretauia and Punchbowl streets.
Low mass, 0 and 7 a. m. ; high
mass, 10 a. ui. ; rosary and catech
ism, 2 p. m. ; benediction of the
most blessed Sacrament, -1:30 p. m.
Y. M. C. A. It A I.E.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hall, 0:30 to 7: 15 p. in. Topic:
"Pressing Forward." Phil. 3:7-10.
OENTltAI. UNION CHUItCII.
Services at 11 a. in. nml
m. All arc welcome.
VISITING THE ISLANDS.
Among the present visitors to Hie
city are Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Chase
of Hartford, Conn., and Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. G. Cofran of San Fran
cisco. They are staying at the Gil
lig cottage, Hawaiian Hotel. Mr.
Chase is President of tho Hartford
Fire Insurance Co., of which Hon.
C. O. Herger is the Honolulu agent.
Mr. Cofran is the Pacillc Coast agent
of the same company. The parly
arc very pleasant people and have
made many friends since their ar
rival by the steamer Mariposa. They
are delighted with the climate and
scenery and will doubtless carry
away with them charming recollec
tions of Hie "Paradise of the Pacific."
Are Yon Eysr Thirsty
These warm days and want tome
thing besides water to quench your
thiisl? If so, we can offer you a
package that will ninkc five gallons' of
the most delicious Hoot Ilecr. This
preputaliou is made diiectly fiom
fresh baiks and roots. It conies in
liquid form, requires no boiling or
straining. Drank freely it keeps the
system in a healthy condition. It is
Have you ever heard of the Seven
Southerland Siiters who arc cele
brated for their long tresses of beauti
ful hair. They say this unusual growth
was induced by using a hair tonic
which they diseoveicd and ate now
selling to those less foitunale. They
also found tiouhle with dandruff, as
we all do more or less. Their Scalp
Cleaner icinoves all such deleterious
matter. We've thesuand Hall's, Mrs.
Allen's, Harry's Tiicopherous, Carbo
line, Hum &, (Quinine and others.
Sometimes people aro not satisfied
with tlio color of their hair, and de
sire a change. Hair Uves will biing
this about. Wo keep" Hill's, Huck
ingliam'b and others.
How about mosquitoes these nights?
Remember wo keep Huhach and tho
Humors for the same.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Oorncr l."oit & ICInir i-treot.
''rMIE House now occupied
JL by Capt. Davles on Kiuau
sticct, between Alanai and
Kaplolanl streets. Pos-rssior. given on
the 1st of April For terms apply to the
undui signed at tlio Custom House.
373 tf O. K. HOAKDMAN.
AS Uook-kecper, single or double
entry, by a Young Man of expe
rience who would ho willing to make
himself i.'enur illy useful. Terms mode
rate and rcfeieuees given. Address
'II. II. II.," P O. Ilox ten. II72 1
'pilE annuiil meeting of tho stoek
1 holders of the 1 liter-hi m ml Steam
Navigation Co., (K'd), will bu held at
thu otllce of tlio Company on MU.N'IJAY,
Muieb 28th, at 10 o'clock a. si.
JAS. L. McI.KAX,
372 St .Secretin-.
TMU5 Hogular Dance of the Feries at
X Ariou Hall will take place TO-
MOKltOW, Saturday, March lUth. ami
J ho continued every Kiiiluy evening thrie
after. Instructions from 7 to b, dancing
from 8 to 11. New members admitted
to-morrow evening nt 7
PJtOK. U. J. (MIDWAY,
372 lw Instructor.
IF you wiii't a First-class .lob of Paint
ing of .my description done, call on
the Practical Painter, J. L. Mkv" only.
Kort street 130. P. O. liox '!87. Mutual
Telephone r.02, inn tf
For MouldingH, Fnune.s,
I'aHtcls, ArtotypeH, I'lioto
gravurt'p, JSiuhiugs and
everything in tho line of
lic(nri':, go to King 15roH.,
, ft n
rB i I ' rrf '
f. 3 V ? 3 X
IOf WwX Sti-i-i't.
jijf & wirar
You can get All-wool Chidlis, Dress Goods, latest patterns; Black Goods,
White Good-, (Jiuglianis. Kid Gloves, llk Gloves, Mitts. Ladles' and Children'
rnderwear, Hn'leiy, :-dlk and Linen Handkerchiefs. Ladies' and Children's
Jackets ami Cn.rw. Luces and Kinbroiderles, Etc. Examine our Ribbon Stock
for bargains. It you want a Silk Die", look through our bilk Departineut.
v n fi IS '.V I-. t'J j-U 10 IS !
If you want Shirt", ihK i- the place. If you want Collars and Cuffs, this Is the
place. mic money and get your Neckwear, Undershirt1-, Sock-, Etc., here. This
is the place to gel your Hut. If you want a Traveling Hag or Trunk, come to us
and we v ill lit yoiTout. If you are looking for a Suit lor your little boys, come in
and see u. e can lit you out for the leait money. Hoy's Knee Punts In all-wool
and linen. We will not'hi) undersold by anyone. Kcmcuibur CASH is what talks.
Gentlemen Attention !
"" REAL) THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
U.MLAUiMDRJHD SHIFTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlatindrieil Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
ftr5rS:8 UNDSSHSHTS. Wu have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
TVfiSEW.3 SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal-
briggun, Hlack or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
Ftfl E W ' S H E C K W A R . A large assortment ; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
S" See our White P. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 25 cent ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Foft Street.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
l'ii-i Street, Honolulu.
Utv -Goods b Late Arrivals I
Tools &, implements,
Paints, Oiss & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
CO?" We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and aro
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC UAKDWATfcE CO., L'd.
HOLLISTER St CO.,
109 Fort tercet.
PURS DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes Jfe Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER, "a
MISS H. ra GERIGuTEH,
Professor of Dancing.
Children (fiomil years upward) Claw
In Kail anil Fancy Dancing and l'liyoieal
('ill Hi it) -every Saturday, from 'J to 5
I. 3i. Teiuia, :l a month In advance.
Visitors allow eil on Saturday).,
Adult' Clabi in Kail Kmiui Dancing
every Wednesday, fiom 7:'M to 10'lK)
r, m. (iciits, S5; Ladies, S'l a iiiuuth in
.V i TON II A. J- t-..
OKI'K'i:, : INI r.ut Olrtet.
BUT OH !
The customer said, when teased to
buy another kind of stove when alio
wanted a Fischer Steel Range,
WHAT A DIFFERENCE
there would be in the matter of fuel
if I should buy an iron stove 1 My
friends are nearly all using the
Fischer Kange and they tell me they
only consume half the quantity of
wood or coal. That is an Important
item of expense and, then
matter of baking, I'm sure nothing
could bake so beautifully as a Fischer.
The oven heats so quickly that in
fifteen minutes after the fire is light
ed you may have hot biscuits for
breakfast. I'm very sorry but 1
guess I will gel a Fischer Range from
the HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
Bt reiver Kloi-I.
The S. S. ZA.MBESI,
Gi:o, KnwAitns, Master,
Will call fur the above ports on
APRIL lO, 16Jf.
loir For turins of Freight or Passage
THEO. H, DAVIES&CO.,
I JOT lm Agint.
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