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N TIME TABLE.
cjtoai ami AFTint run. i. inu.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. 1M.
Loavo Honolulu. ..0:15 8 :45 1 :-15 i:35f
ArrlvoHonoullull..7:2C ti -.57 2:57 5:3t
Loavc Honoullull..7:30' 10M3 rt:4l o:12t
Arrivo Honolulu... 8:35 11:55 4:55 C:G0t
I'KAIU. C1TV LOCAL,
Arrivo Pearl City
Loavo Poarl City. . 0:00 ..
Arrivo Honolulu... 0:10 ..
t Saturdays only.
Title. Hun ami Moon,
11V C. J. LYONS.
I J j - : , y
a 5i 5 ?i f s
day. g &:;& p
Jtli p 11 l'l i
p.m. ii.ni. 'p.m. ii.in. j
Mon. ii ii io o :iu' ooo a1 is ir u .17
T1103. t'il 10 IS1 II 070020 15 1 TO
11.111. I I
Woa. its 0 12 1 0, ii 40 8 20 0 1 n 121 2 30
ThUM. 21 1 n 1 ,u! 7 20 II 0 0 0! rt 12 :i 22
t'li. 2.1. 2 00 2 20, 7 Jill !l 20 .1 JV.I, 1.) 4 II
Silt. 211 2 2)1 :t 0 8 2.i !l BO 5 OS 0 1.1 t 2
Bun. 27' :i :i 8 no I s m lo io fi S7' r. i.i 5 ::o
Last quiitler or tlio moon on the 21st nl
(1-15 ii. in.
Tlio time signal for the pint Is Klvcn nt 121i.
0m. Oscc. (niiiliilKlitl ot tii-ucnwieli tinmen
111. 28m. ;t4suc. p. in. of Honolulu Observatory
tliuo. It is kIvcii by tho steam s1i1hHu of tho
Honolulu rinnliiK Mill, ii few Uoois nliovo
tlio Custom IIuuhc. Tlio saint: wliistlo 9
utm n lied oovieelly at Honolulu menu noon,
Obf-uiTutoiy iiieiirilan,or loll. aim, 20suc. of
MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1892.
Stun- Mikahala from ICaiitl
Am bktneS X Castle, Hubbnrd, for Pau
Am bktne Foiest Queen, Xelson, for
&tmr Waimanalo for Jlatu and Molokai
al 1 p m
StmrLeliiia forNuu and Fapnikou. lit 5
Stmr O K Bishop for Kahukii and Funa-
luii at 2 p m
Sinn Llkelike for Hainakua at 5 p m
Stmr Mokolii lor iMolokni at 5 p m
Stmr .las Mukcc for Kauai at 4pm
Stmr Iwalaui foi llamukiM
Stjnr Waialealo for llamakua
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr V G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
Stmr Kuala for Nawillwill and Hanama-
ulu at 5 p m
Stmr Pole for Kihmra and llaualcl at 5
Slmr Claudine for Jlaui at 5 p m
Slmi'Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Selir I.tikii for Koliala
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jlikaliala 5317 bags sugar, 127
bags lice. 8 gioen hides, 1 cow.
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Mar
20 Hon C W Ashford, 0 L Uiito, M J
Peirelra, C fSliihlmauu, M A JJego, Capt
Wul, Conclice, Komanaga, T Xaka,
4huy and -10 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktne S N
Castle, 5Iar ill Mr Craig and family, A
V Stiiidevant and wife, Miss Lola Hub
bard, Mis llcerzroft, Mr llorsfeld and .)
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S San Francisco, JJear-Adiniral
Brown, from S.m Diego
II U Jl Pheasant, Blair, from Fsqnl
mault Am bk Edward May, MeClure, from
Am bk Newsboy, "Johnson, from New
castle Am wli bk Meimaid, Mar 25, from Now
Am bktne S G Wilder, GrilUtlis, from
Am 3-masted sehr Jennie Wand, Tap
per, from Eureka. Cal
Ilawn bk Andrew Welch. Drew, from
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, .from San
Am bktne Skagit, Robinson, from Port
Am bktno Uncle John, Beck, from New
castle Am tern Bertha Dolbeer from Eureka
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
IIIMS Ilici, Mori, from Japan
U S S Iroquois from Samoa, now due
S S Australia, llnudlettu, due Mar 22
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from
Am bkt Katie Fiicklnger, from Puget
Sound, now due
Atn schr Aloha, fioin Port Blakcly, now
Am bk Haivcster for Hilo from San
Am ship J U Porter from Newcastle,
N S W
Mis stmr Morning Star from tho South
1-masted sehr Bobert Lowers, from Sun
The barkentlno S X Castle, L II Hub
buid master, took tho following cargo on
Saturday: UllObags sugar, shipped by
O Brewer & i n j 2040 bugs sugar, ship
ped by FA ischaefcr & Co ; fll casks spei m
oil, shipped by Juler-Island StuainxNuvl
gatlon (Jo Tim valiio of Hie entire con
signment is 53,358.28.
Tho tern Beitim Dolbeer having finish
ed dischaiglng lumber, commenced re
ceiving sugar Horn tho stcuuierMikahala
to-day. Tho bark Uncle John lying at
the YV S S Go's wharf is also similarly
Tho bark Forest Queen, Nelson master,
will probably leave this afternoon for
tho CoaK with a f till load of sugar.
The steamer Claudine will sail on her
regular schedule time, to-moriow, at 5
PAVIS-At Wnlklkl, March 21, to tho
wife ol D, U. DhvIi, a daughter.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thk regular concert by the band
i will be given fit Enimn Square this
' A GiiintK intcrpictcr not nn Itiilirm
was engaged ih tlio Police Court on
I Hon. Clarence W. Aslifoitl returned
1 yesleiday from Kauai by tlio steamer
Fhkhh fiozen oysters on ire will nr-
the to tlio Denver Saloon by lliu Aus-tr-dia
Tin: S. S. Australia Iroin tlio Coast
will bo due to-morrow with eleven
days' later news. '
V. P. Fi:nni:ll lias been appointed
Notary Public for the Third Judicial
Ciicuitof the Kingdom.
Diamond 11i:ad, 12 m. Weather
cloudy, wind fiosh noithcast; whaler
Francis Barslow lying oil' and on.
A iiow.stall of rain occuircd last
evening, but was Bhotl and sweet. A
little more would have been welcome.
Tin: whaler California, which has
been Ijing in the stream for the past
week, left for tho Arctic on Saturday.
Tun Gleaner's Society and tho Y.
W. C. T. U. are preparing an enter
tainment lo take place on Friday ev
ening. Tin: punting and binding of the
Collector's Annual Report for 13!)l
baB been awaided to Mr. Robert
A i'ull description of the now il
luminated Mooiish baud stand and
the beautiful lanai at tho Hotel will
be found, in our columns.
H. H. Williams will le.ivo for San
Francisco to select a new stock in the
furniture and undertaker's line for
his new store shortly to be opened.
Tins Scottish 'Jhistle Club will meet
this evening, and members are re
quested to be theio promptly at 7:30.
Fiionds and stiangers received at 8.
Tin: concert by the Kawaiahao
Seminary will take place on Saturday
owning. Tho girls are hard at prac
tice and a successful concert is immi
nent. The lesidence of Mr. M. llynian,
on King street, will be open, for in
spection on tho two days previous to
the sale which .takes place on Satur
By an oversight tho presence of His
Excellency the Premier and Mrs. Par
ker was not noted in our report of
Her Majesty's visit to tho U. S. F. S.
San Francisco on Saturday.
Miss Maude Hutlield has been ap
pointed asbistaiit teacher in Christ
cliuich Boarding School, South Kouu,
Hawaii. She leaves for her post of
dutv on the Hall lo-niorrow.
Tun barkentine S. N. Castle took
sixty-one barrels of sperm oil to San
Francisco. Tlio oil was shipped by
the 1. 1. S. X. Co. The baikontine
will endeavor to make a slippery pas
sage this lime.
A liASCitALL club ban been formed
on the flagship San Francisco. Tho
team practice daily and it wouldn't
surprise any if they should in the
near luture send a challenge lo one
of tho local clubs.
Tun steamer James Makee will con
vey the remaining twelve-ton pan to
its destination, Kealia, to-day. The
Mukcc look tho last pievious one
down without mishap and will endeav
or to do the same with this.
D. M. Cuowley's "razzle-dazzle" at
Assembly Hall, corner of Ntiuanu and
King streets, on Saturday evening was.
largely attended. The high-kickers
fiom Honuakuha were thcie in full
foice, and a legular old down-eabt
lime was had.
A saii.ok belonging to the whaler
Mermaid, lying at the P. M. S. S.
wharf, returned to that vessol last
night with tlio remark that ho was
tired and hungry and had hud enough
of deborting. Dining tho same night
tho cook and another sailor became
EvEitvnoDY will bo present at the
Hotel to-morrow ovoniug, to witness
the buddon illumination of tho band
stand with all its gorgeous colored
effects tho effect will he magical.
Sealing accommodation will be pro
vided for tho public all through tho
The band of the flagship San Fran
cisco was piactising at tlio barracks
this morning with tho Hawaiian band
for the combined concert at the Hotel
to-morrow ovoning, when tho new il
luminated baud stand will bo chris
tened. Professor Borgor states that
some fine pieces will bo rendered on
Tlio Royal Hawaiinn Military Band
will give a public concert at
Km ma Square this evening, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following
is tho program :
M arch Vicuna , Schrammel
Overture Poet and Peasant Suppo
Finale Luela Donizetti
Selection Pirates of Penzance
Aia Hlki Mai, Aiua Tlau, Ipo Luiiuc.
Medley Night in New York BrookB
Fantusia-Nightingale and Kiogs
Waltz Tho Syi ens Waldtcuf el
Polka A Good Kiss Cook
Messrs. Gage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
rotnurkublc cure of rheumatism there
us follows: "The wifo of Mr. Win.
Pruilt, tho Postmaster here, hud been
hed-iidden with ilioiunalisin for sev
eral yuan. She could get nothing
to do hur any good. Wo 6old her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm
and sho was completely cured by its
use, Wu refer any onu to her to
veiify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for Bulo by all dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., Agouti.
irWWtas srn? L
UP TO THE TIES.
Important Improvements at the
Cafe Annex and Band
Comfort and Elcganoo for Guests
Acoustic Advantego for tho
Some time ago the Bulletin gave
an advance description from the
architects' designs of an annex to bo
built on the Hawaiian Hotel. The
structure is now completed and can
be described from its actual appear
ance. It is a lanai built on the Wai
kild side of the hold, upon a plat
form creeled a year or two ago.
Tho platform just mentioned forms
the floor of the new lanai. It was
built for a line weather lounging
place and formed a cool retreat for
people attending halls and hops,
where they cooled off between dances
and took their ice cream and coffee
at refreshment hour. There was no
roof nor shelter on the sidc3 to the
platform, however, until tiie bright
idea of converting it into a lanai was
carried out. This lias now been
done in' a manner highly creditable
to the management and all of the
This lantii is -12 by 22 feel, 12 feet
post, and 18 feel high to tho ceiling.
It cuds on llie Hotel street side flush
with the front veranda, on which it
has a clear opening the full wi'llh of
the veranda. Besides the coiridor
door thai used to lead out on the
platform, the two parlor windows
looking out thereon have been con
verted into doors. With access from
the veranda and I13' tluee doors,
therefore, nothing is wanting for con
venience in that respect. Yet those
are not the only means of reaching
the lanai. There is a flight of plat
form stairs on the outside, springing
from a plank walk that leads lrom
Richards street. This way of ap
proach will -supply what has long
been felt as a serious lack, namely,
a ladies' entrance to the hotel. With
a landing in the middle the stairs are
of comfortably easy ascent. ?
The style ot the lanai is a combi
nation qt KasilaUc and Swiss archi
tecture. Next the floor is an open
balustrade. Above that on the wind
ward end and on the side is a win
dow space, fitted with sliding sashes
so that the space can be closed alto
gether or opened for one-third of its
area. In tine weather the sashes
will be thrown open, admitting a free
circulation of air, and in wet weather
closed entirely to prevent the rain
bcatinc in. At the base of the line
of winilows on the outside is a shelf
designed to bear pots for flowers,
ferns and other plants. Over the
windows is a transom with colored
lights, which is surmounted by open
ropework like that of a steamer's
deck railing, making a combination
of beautiful effect.
An open hip roof surmounts the
whole, and here decorative art has
been displayed in a highly effective
manner. It is crowned with a venti
lator skylight in stained glass, the
colors being ruby, gold, blue, pur
ple, green and violet. The ceiling,
rafters and trusses arc painted in
two shades of terra cotta, relieved
with crimson, lake and orange. Of
rare esthetic beauty by day the in
terior will be fairylike in chromatic
splendor when lighted, as it will be,
with suspended incandescent colored
electric lamps by night. It should
be mentioned that the 'old floor, be
ing thoroughly seasoned and as light
as if one piece, has been retained
but with its surface prepared to suit
the new structure. It has been
planed down lo perfect smoothness,
stained and waxed, making it in first
class condition for dancing.
Besides tjie exterior border of
plants and (lowers, which will make
an attraction lo tho view from Rich
ards street, the interior will bo set off
with pulms and large plants. The
lanai will he furnished with lounging
and easy chairs, and its floor relieved
with Oriental rugs. It will indeed
he an ideal place for luxurious rcht
and refreshment. That is what it
was intended to be and the architects
and artificers have realized the idea
to a charm. Messrs. Palmer & Kich
ardsou are the architects, and Mr. E.
B. Thomas is the builder. The paint-.!
ing is by tho artistic hand of Mr. J.
L. Meyer. Mrs. Hamilton Johnson,
wife of the manager, furnished many
valuable Ideas both 111 tho designing
aud building of iho structure.
There are several purposes for
which this artistic annex lo the hotel
is designed. Dining the day it will
bo occupied cjiicfly by the lady
guests. In the evening it will be a
sort of cafe and smoking room for
the gentlemen. For ladies' afternoon
teas it will he superb, Any special
banquet or dinner will probably be
held in the lanai yUondesiied. Here
after the dining room will not be
used foi dancing except in the case
of largo balls. For dancing parties
tho lanai will be the place, for which
it is tlnely adapted. How convenient
it will bo for such occasions may bo
readily seen from tho foregoing des
cription. Its proximity to uud ample
communications with the pttrlor
afford facilities for the accommoda
tion of quito large parties when re
quired. THE nANH STANII.
A baud stand of entirely novel
architecture is now receiving the fin
ishing touches on the Hotel premises.
It is situated on the Richards street
side of tho grounds, opposite the end
of the lanai above described. The
style of architecture is Moorish, and
the building has a crown-shaped ap
pearance. It is a decagon on Iho
outside lines. One of the ten sides
is left for the entrance. The nine
remaining ones are provided with
scats for the musicians, which holding
six each comfortably will theteforo
accommodate ol of them. As, how
ever, there is a large aiea inside of
the row of benches, the stand will
easily, accommodate sixty players.
Kconomy of space has been affotded
by the shape of the stand, which
spreads out as it rises from the
ground, in harmony with which form
the bandsmen's seats oveihang the
edge of the floor.
Beginning with the details at the
ground, there is llrsl a floor sur
mounting walls 2ft. Gin. high sloping
inward. Tlieu inside a low open
balustrade arc the benches already
mentioned. Ten pillars apring ob
liquely outward and upward lrom the
angles, terminating above the edge of
the roof in ornamental ctiives. The
pilch of the pillars is about lo de
grees, and the circumference of the
roof at the rim is 100 leet. The
scats of the musicians are live feel
inside of an imaginary line from the
edge of the roof to the ground. There
is a height of 12 feet from the floor
to the ceiling. The roof is of a frus
trated cone shape witli concave pilch.
It is surmounted with a bulbous
dome, ending 111 an ornate linial.
Roof and dome arc painted in gaudv
, colors after the style of ornamenting
mosques in the Last. Stripes nln
vertically on the roof and horizon
tally on the dome. Similar brilliance
of color is laid 011 the pillars.
While the band stand will be a
strikingly attractive object in day
light, its appeaiaucc at night must
be magnificent beyond anj tiling ever
before seen here. There has not
been anything like the amount of
illumination for the space ever at
tempted in Honolulu. Tiny though
the structure is, it is fitted with no
less than 108 colored electric lamps.
There are 50 of them on the posts,
40 on the margin of the loof, and the.
remainder in the dome and fluial.
Around the top of the roof, where
the dome begins, are inserted sashes
of small stained glass lights, in all
colors, which when aglow with elec
tric light from within will appear like
a necklace of irridcseeiit jewels. The
whole structure will be lighted in an
instant, for the lirst time, at S
o'clock to-morrow night, 011 llie oc
casion of the combined concert by
the Royal Hawaiian and the U. S. F.
S. San Francisco's bauds.
A feature of the new band stand
of first importance is the ceiling,
which lias been constructed as a
sounding board and not at all for
looks. In the old band stand at the
hotel acoustics was wholly disre
gaided, with the result that the
music was spoiled by gelling in a
confused jumble inside of the roof.
Hero it should be said that the idea
of this baud stand is the result of
Col. Geo. W. Macfarlane's obseiva
tions in England. A primary end in
view was that of acoustic properties.
The stand is as near as may be, in
every essential particular, a copj' of
that at the Crystal Palace, London.
To secure a good sounding board
in the ceiling, it has been construct
ed of thin spruce like the sounding
board of a violin. The streaks are
glued solidly together, so as to make
the ceiling virtually one piece. No
more nails have been used than were
necessary to hold the ceiling up, aud
it is calculated to have all the vibrat
ing propei ty required. It comes out
flush at the rim, so that there is free
exit for the sound. The reflection
of the notes from the sounding board
will likely give the music of the hand
an agreeably mellow quality,
Mr. C. B. Ripley is the architect
of the band stand, lie grasped the
essential ideas with facility when
propounded to him by Col. Macfar
lane. Prof. Berger, bandmaster,
has been consulted in every detail of
the construction, aud is satisfied that
tho results will be all that have been
expected. Now that a first-class
baud stand lias been provided, it is
the intention of the Hotel manage
ment to givu up the grounds every
week or foi might for public concerts.
Ample seating accommodation will
be provided on the grounds, in addi
tion to what the Hotel affords.
Mr. John Cassidy has had the
direction of the electric lighting of
the lanai aud baud stunt, the details
being ably carried out by Mr. Taylor
of tho Hawaiian Electric Light and
Mr. Hamilton Johnson, manager,
is deserving of credit for the ener
getic way in which he has bought to
provide attractions for the patrons of
the hotel and lliu public since he
took charge a few months ago.
"Mill Premises of Mr. M. Hyiriau on
on SATURDAY, will be open for In
spection by intending purchaser 011
Wednesday aud Thmxlay, March 23rd
and 21 ih, lrom a to fi o clock r. m.
M"WIK Regular D.uieo of thun-ilesat
X Arlou Hall will take place TO
MORROW, Saturday, Mm eh IHIh, and
bo coiitluui'deveiy l-'iiday evening Ihmo
after, Instructions lrom 7 to 8, dancing
from 8 to 11, Now members admitted
to-morrow evening at 7.
87: w Instructor,
J OB WORK f all klmlH executed
with uentne.1 t the Dally Bullotln,
I'll liicol von at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCAit'fiiY has IoIk on Lililia
street for sale. .'l-tf
Thk Brunswick are lliconly Billiard
Pallors in town. G-tf
At-TKit shaving u.o Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smitli A Co., Agents,
Si'NiitntN n-licved nt unco by Uti
eiimbi'i Tonic. Bimimiii, Smith A' Co.,
Tin: Temple of Fuhion will receive
11 luivt! uhbiirttiii-nt 01 llie latest Minium-
drees goods per Atiblralia lo-inoi-low.
Tin-: hoiis'eh'ild fumiiun nf Moi.
G. B. d'Atigladu will bo disposed of at
miction on Friday, at hit ri-pidi'iicc,
Bt-iotiiiii.'i mh in,
DiiLiciofs con'co and clio.-olute will
he M-ru-d eu-iy mottling early at the
Piil.u-e lee Cicaiu I'ailui!., Ludwigtcu,
A Cum, Hotel i-tiecl. l-ll
O. A. Steven, iiileuding to leave
shoilly for the Coast, notifies all cre
ditors to ptesent claims and debtors
lo make seltlemi-nt by Satuidiiy next.
Get your noots and nIioiv made
and rupaiied by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toenxies, 011 Kii-t
Hotel street. Fiist-i-lass work, low
Kenm.nuton Cioeket Cotton, makes
beautilul fancy work ; we have it 111
golden blown, olive, heliotiope light
blue, tcailet, canaiy, tulmoii gold,
eieam, pink and white, , it N. S. Sachs',
101 Foil slroui. tS-lw
Ir you want good baucage for bn-ak-fas-t
or luncheon, the thiol tuus.igCH
in the Kingdom aie the Celebrated
Citmhiiiige Poik Siun-ageand Bologna
made -t the City iMaiket., Nuuaiui
stieet, opposite Queen Emma Hall,
Jos Tinker, Prop. !,-lm
KORSFOiUTS ACID PHOSPHATf,
Bewaie of Imitations.
TiitX! warm diiyc and want rimie
thing besides water to quench our
thirst? If so, wo can oiler you a
package that will make five gallons of
the most delicious Root Beer. Tin
pn-paration is made directly f-oni
flesh barks and roois. It comes in
liquid form, requiies no boiling or J
biraiuiug. onuik ireuiy 11 Keeps me
system in a healthy condition. It is
Have you ever heard of the Seven
Southei'laud SUtors who aie cele
brated for their long tiCbses of beauti
ful hair. They say tliis unusual growth
w:ih induced by u.-ing a hair ionic
whicji they discovered and are now
selling to those lot-s fortunate. They
nleo found trouhlo with dandruff, us
i we all do more or less. Their Scalp
' Olpjmnr ifilliivos nil ll(rli tlnlnterinilH
matter. We've these and Hall's, Mrs.
Allen's, Barry's Tricopherous, Carbo
line, Bum & Quinine and others.
Sometimes people are not satisfied
with tho color of their hair, and de
siie a change. Hair Dyes: will bring
this about. Wo keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes these iiighl&?
Remember wc keep Biihach and the
Burners for the same.
HGBR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
1 it u (i a 1 s-u-ss.
Coi'aoi' U'ort vt Ivlinr Mti-eislK.
Bring us in a couple of
poumN of those delicious
Breakfast Sausages !
This is what folks sing out
when they see the Central
Market Sausage Wagon
going past their gate. If
you mi-s the. wagon tele
phone lo the Market and
you will be promptly at
tended to. lleadehee.-e,
Bologna .Sausages and all
kinds of meat always 011
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JA8. H. LOVE, Proprietor,
ALL accounts due to or agalnit the
undeisigned must be presonted on
or before SATURDAY NEXT, aflth lust.
O. A. bTKVKX.
Honolulu, March 21, 1 8:1 2, :t7J Ot
SITU AT 1 ON V A N T KD
4 S Book-keeper, single or double
jl entry, by a Young Man of expe
rience who would be willing to make
himself L'encr illy useful Terms mode
rate and references given. Addiess
'H. II. IL," P O, llox -IKi. 37:.' lw'
'PJIE annual meeting of (he stoek
1 holders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., (L'd;, will bu held at
the oilleo of the Company on MONDAY,
Muieh -2hth, ut 10 o'clock a. m.
.IA. L. .McLKAN,
372 St Secret my.
SUITE of Furnished
Rooms to lut, Enquire
Mas. A. M M ELLIS,
Hilji 1'n it st , upstairs.
XF you want a Flrht-class Job of Palnt
iug of uuy descilptlou done, call 011
the Practical Painter, . I. L. Mrjyw only.
Fort stieet 1H0, P. O. Hox :i7, Mutual
Tolofiluum (Kli. I5fi rf
For Moulding, I'Y.mres,
J'astels, Arlotypus, IM10I0
tfrnvunf, Etching and
everything in Ihn lino ol'
pictures, go to King Bros.,
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O A M HL
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You can g(t All-woul Challls, Dress Goods, latest patterns; Black Goods,
White Goods, Glnghaius. Kid Gloves, .-silk Gloves, Milts, Lulles' aud Children's
Underwear, llo-Ieiy, bilk and Llueir Handkerchiefs. Ladlc3' and Children's
Jackets and Coats. Laces and Knibroldi'rles. Klc. Kxauilno our Ribbon Stock
for bargains. Jf you want a Silk Dress, look through our silk Department.
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If you want Shirts, this Is the place. If you want Collars and Cuffs, this Is tho
place, ."sums money and get your Neekwtar, Undershirts, Soeks, Kte., here. This
Is the place lo get your Hats. If you want a Tiavellng Hag or Timik, come to in
and we will IU yoi, out. If jou aie looking for a Suit for your little boys, come ia
and see us. e can lit you out for the least money. Boy's Knee Pants In all-wool
and linen. We.wlll not be undersold by anyone. 'Reuieinbur UASH Is what talk.
Gentlemen Attention I
READ THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UULAUKDRISD SHIRT.. Come and see the re-enforced
Uulauntlricd Shirts that
. Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
USEE'S '5 SGCSCS.- -n immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
hriggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that wc are selling for 25 cents a pair.
JtftEtVS MECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-Hand and 'Ties of all kirrds.
E& See our White P. K. Scarfs that we arc selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, fiey arc good value.
Men's Batlilng Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises ol all kinds.
. S. SACHS,
1 04 Fott Street,
F:0I?IC EtiDWARE CO., LU,
Tools & Brrjplements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
PENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
SeJ We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
'll PACIFIC HARD WAKE CO., L'd.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
AGENTS FOR TIIE LEADING
SSr NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -1
iSS I M BBBICHTi,
lrofohHir ol' Dancing-.
Children (fioin iiycain upward) Class
In Hall and l-'aney Dancing and Physical
tulluie every Satin day, from 2 to 6
r. m. Term;, $: a mouth in advance.
Visitors allowed 011 Satiudayn,
AdulU1 Class in Bull Ruom Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7::it) lo 1000
l'.M, (ienls, 95; Ladles, 1 a month in
VltlOiN II ALL.
Ol'I'M-j:, 1 : iHX. Furl rtlreet.
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BUT OB !
Tho customer said, when teased to
buy another kind of stove when sho
wanted a Fischer Steel llangc,
WET A DIFFEREKCE
there would be in the matter of fuel
if I should buy an iron stove 1 My
friends are nearly nil using the
Fischer Range and they tell me they
only consume half the quantity of
wojd or coal. That is an important
item of expense and, then
mailer 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 I
guess 1 will got a Fischer Range from
the HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
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ve are selling for CO cents.
Wu have a full line. of Gauze,
- - Honolulu.
Late Arrivals !
Tho S. S. ZAMBBST,
Gr:o. IvDwauds, Master,
Will sail for tho above porta on
,YlILi IO, ISOSJ.
IS)- For terms of Freight or Passage
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO.,
867 liu AganU,
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