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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
Pltoai A!WI APTItlt KK1I. 1. 1811.
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Leave Honolulu. ..0:15 Bt46 1:-15 4:35f
Arrive HonoulluU..7 :2C !t:57 2:57 &:35f
Leave Honoulluli..7:30 10:43 8:41 5 :42f
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55 :60j
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Arrlvo Pearl City
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Arrivo Honolulu.. .0:40 ..
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Sun. 2. .1 :l 3 3d1 8 aalO 101 .157 0 5 8b
Imst quiu tr of tlio moon on the 21st at
Tbe thnu blKiiul tor the port Is ulvcn nt l'21i.
(mi. Usee, (midnight) of Greenwich time or
Hi. 28m. 34s.ee. p. in. of Honolulu Observiuoiy
tltn c. It is kI en liy tlio steam wlilstlo of the
Honolulu l'lnnlng Mill, n few doom iibme
thu Custom House. Tlio sumo whistle is
sounded conectly at Honolulu mcuu noon.
Observatory mui Idiiin, or loll. 81m. SUaec. of
V 11 iC
Daily t0uTicf in
TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 18U2.
.S S Australia, Iloudlette, from Kan
Bk O D Bryant Iium Sail Francisco
Stmr W G Hull f. r Maui auil lliiwnll at
10 a in
Stmr Kanla for Nawlllwili and Haunma-
ulu at 5 p nt
.Stmr Pelo for Kilaura and llaualel at 5
Stmr Claudlne for Maul at 5 p m
StmrMiknhala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Pele for Kauai at 4 p m
Sclir Luka for Kohala
From San Fianeiseo. per S S Austra
lia, March 22 Mrs E P Baker. John 11
Bliss, Mrs Geu'l Brown, I M Buugev, W
1) Clark, A L Clark and wife, Miss Clark,
Miss Iiene Doiigall, MUs Maud Doiiall,
G II Kliot, Miss Goetip;, l)r Gorman and
wife, F M llubuell, Mrs Titos K .lames,
Miss Kennedy, ! E Kempster, wife, 2
children and maid. Jab cKell and wife,
I Martin, V Muttiesson, F W Matth'b
son, wife, (laughter and muid, Miss Mut
tiesson, Miss M L Milchler, Miss K
Mitchler, KobtNisli aud wife, Miss M
Kish. Miss Daisy G Nish, Lewis Norton,
Mrs E Norton, II A Parker, Miss Parker,
O H Peikins. A V Simpson, Jr, Mrb A
W Simpson, Miss Jessie Simpson. (3 W
Smith, Mrs Austin Sperry, Miss Beda S
Sperry, II B Sperry. V P Tibbits, W M
Tenip'leton, Mrs E B Vaunevar.
Tor Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hull, Mutch '22 For Volcano: Mr Scott,
Mrs Scott, Miss eott, Mrs W TKebbler,
S Lesser, A L Walker, jir Babcack. For
way portR.: Chief Justice Judd and wife,
Henry Smith, J D Paris, Aki and wife,
Mr "McCrae, Miss Ferreiia, Miss M
Bolster, .Mrs Barrett, Miss L Kamaka
and 75 deck.
"Vh ippfiTc otes.
The Zuahuidiajs beiujj overhauled and
letitted preparatory to being placed on
the Honolulu intite again.
'Ihe bark Maigaret fiom XewcMle, N
S W, for Honolulu, put luto Sydney
leaking, Match 8.
The bark Mary S. Ames, fiom New
Yoik to Honolulu, was spoken Feb 21, In
lut'JN, long 29 W.
SAN I'lUNCISUO NOTES.
Ariived -Match 0, John Smith, 18
days from Honolulu; Match 14, schooner
Sadie. I2j. days from Kahiilul; Albeit
and V 11 Dimoud, 21 days from Hono
lulu. Piojected depurtuies- Luillne for
llllo; V 11 Dimoud, Planter, March l'J;
bailed Match I. U D Biyaut, Irni
gaid; March 10, bark Ceylon; Maich 11,,
schooner Anna, Kahului; March 12, brig
Cotmuclo, Honolulu; batk Harvester,
llho; Match 13, schooner Robeit I.oweis,
NOBLE ELECTION CASE.
Flunl AriciiuiPiitH by Vuuimel lo be
The Noble election ease was con
tinued yesterday afternoon, thirty
nine petitioners being put on the
stand lo testify as to their qualifica
tions. J. A. Ilaasiugcr, ccrk in the
Interior ofllce, cortifled as to having
received the returns from the Mar
shal. A heated controversy ensued at
this point. II. Watcrhouse testified
that on filing the petition for his
standing as Noble, has name appear
ed in Hawaiian also. Messrs. J. A.
Ilassiugcr and J. II. Brown denied
thu statement, and quito u lipplo of
excitement ensued. The members
elect lions. J. N. S. Williums, J no,
lina, and A. P. Peterson being
present in Court, testified as to hav
ing received tlioir certificates of elec
tion from the Marshal. The peti
tioners rusted this forenoon.
Attorney-General W. A. Wliitiug
moved to offer in evidence a list of
fourteen names of signers of the pe
tition to annul the Noble election,
who, he was prepared to prove, hud
not paid their taxes. Counsel for
the petitioners demurred, the Court
sustaining the objection. Counsel
held that when a man' hud voted it
did not mutter whether he had paid
his taxes or not.
The closing aigument by counsel
will bo heard to-morrow uioinitig at
FOR NERVOUS 0EBILI1Y
Hue Uiutd'ord'H Acild lMiofcitliuti'.
Dr. II. T. TuiiNEit, Kasbon, Minn.,
uj'b: "I liuve fouttd it very boneiieiul
in nervous debility, from any causo,
aud for indievtion."
jjlfffal ii inriiii fiitprwrtroT til
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mit. 3, 3. Williams, photographer,
has again a completo supply of plates.
Sr.VKN tourists were passengers on
the W. G. Hall for tho Volcano to
day. The Sour of SI. George arc intend
ing an open lodge festival on April
Thehk is nothing Fettled yet as to
the disposition of the steamer Zea
liindiii. The Bulletin is indebted to I'm per
Laurie J, Ryan for into Sun Fiancisco
J. F. Moitru.v will hold u sale of
fancy Chinese goods to-inoiiow at 1U
The San Fianciteo papers went off
like hot cakes to-day on account of
the Bchring Sea news.
Almost all the cabin passengers by
the steamer Australia have rcgisteied
at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Tin: Steamer G. Han's time of
sailing was delayed for an hour this
morning, awaiting tho foreign mail.
Mits. Thos. K. James, wife of Stew
ard James of the S. 3. Australia, wua
u passenger by that steamer this
Diamond Head, 12 in. Weather
hazy; wind, light northeast. Whul
eis California, Triton and Burstow ly
ing off and on.
James Collins tenders his sincere
thanks lo thu gentlemen of Honolulu
who kindly contributed a purse of $10
through Capt. J. Degieaves.
The schooner Glendale will loud
lumber at Humboldt for this port.
Chas. Johnson, formerly litst mute,
lias been promoted to captain.
Chief-Justice and Mrs. Judd and
Henry Smith have left for Waiohinu,
Kail, Hawaii, where His Honor is to
hear the petition for a new election.
The Kawaiuhuo conceit fot tho
benefit of the running expenses of the
Seminary will not bo postponed, hut
will tako place on Satutdav, Match
Mrs. Bakek, wife of Rev. E. P.
Baker of Hilo, was a passenger by the
Australia to-day. Mis. Baker will te
tuin to her home on the steamer Ki
nau next trip.
The S. S. City of Sydney was towed
into I'unta Arenas M.uch 4lh, with
iter sliaft broken. If icpuirs cannot
be effected at thatjplaoe, she will haVe
to be towed to San Francisco, u dis
tance of 3000 miles.
The small drunib of the band will
play a tattoo just before the lighting
of the band stand uf the Hotel this
evening, when, at a signal I'tom Col.
Mncfarlane, the instantaneous illumi
nation will take place.
The ocean race between the crack
vessels, the bark Albert and barken
tine W. H. Dimond, from Honolulu
to San Francisco, icBulted in a tie,
both making the passage in twenty
one days. Not a quick trip I
The P. M. S. S. Cityof Peking
started on March lOlh from San
Francisco to Santa Barbaiu on a
bpeed trip with lengthened smoke
stack and forced draught, to ascei
tuin if she complies with the new
mail contract provisions. Her tii.il
People would do well to he at the
Hotel this evening in time to see the
instantaneous lighting of the new
band stand. The arrangement of the
lamps was designed by Col. Macf.ir
lane and ably curried out by Messrs.
Cassidy and Taylor. It is as near us
possible, a reproduction of the style of
lighting in the band stand at the
Crystal Palace, London.
Captain Joseph Spencer of the
whaling bulk Emily F. Herrimau ar
rived on the Australia to join his ves
sel at this port. Capt. Spencer is a
biother of His Excellency the Minis
ter of the Interior, and theio was a
cordial greeting between the two bro
thels as soon us the steamer came up
to her dock. It is several years since
the captain visited Honolulu, and no
doubt ho will find many changes.
The Hotel is again full to overflow
ing, nearly hfty guests having regis
tered by the Australia litis morning.
Tho management is to be congratulat
ed on tho increase of travel and busi
ness which promises to justify the
outlay for inipiovoments and attrac
tions at tlio Hotel for the delight aud
comfort of tourists to these islands.
It may be mentioned here that Xhe
new Volcano House is doing much to
attract tourist travel at this time.
Buv. W. P. Kiiby will return front
the Volcano by tire Kinau to-morrow
morning. Ho will deliver English
discourses at tho Koniuu Catholic
CatluSdial on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday evenings, beginning ut 7
o'clock. The music will ho by the
Biothers of St. Louis Collego, which
is saying that it will bo of a fine
Older. Mrs. Bowler aud Miss Nolle
will sing on Ftiday evening. These
discourses afford a lino opportunity
for Eiiglisli-spoaking Catholics to
hear u recognized pulpit orator.
THE NSW LINE.
The Astoriiui of Astoria, Oregon,
March 3, had the following item :
Tho steamer Hatavia which arrived
at Hongkong February 18, will sail
for this city, via Honolulu, next
Tuesday. The Romulus leaves Hoiig-f
kong March i!0. Sho has been chart
ered 13 Upton for this trip only and
will not return to China, The Zam
besi is due iu this city between tho
loth and 20th of this month.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Steamer Australia, II. C. Iloud
lette, Commander, sailed from San
Francisco, March 15, at 2 p. in.,
with 53 cabin and 11 steerage pas
sengers and '10 bags of malls. Expe
rienced remarkably fine weather
throughout the oyage; arrived at
Honolulu at 9:30 a. ui. March 22,
(6'nn i'Vtt ii ci'sio, ilfarrt lo, per S. S.
Batween Great Britain and the
United States on the
It has transpired in Washington
that Lord Salisbury was preparing to
submit a proposition to the Amcricun
Government on the liehritiK aeu oues-;
lion with conditions that were only
mentioned in Washington to be con
demned. It is a proposition for the
renewal of the modus Vivendi under
which both countries have been pro
tecting the seals, providing that tbe
United States will pay all the dama
ges that may accrue, to Cauudiuns by
reason of their extensive prepaia
tions to seal and their consequent
inability to cany out their plans.
Secretary Tracy on being asked
for his opinion of the proposition
"Think of it? Why, there's no
thing to think about. Such a (impo
sition carries with it as much reason
as would a demand from a burglar
for damages because he had intend
ed to burglarize your house and had
been prevented from doing so be
cause lie had been anested and lock
The Secretary said the President
thought us he did. He also said
Secretary Blaine is a very sick man,
and the news of the Bchring Sea
matter is kept strictly from him.
Erastus Wiman, the financier, who
is famous for his advocacy of reci
procity with Canada, talks seriously
of war between the two nations over
The day after the British Minister
at Washington had notified the State
Department that the modus vivendi
would not be renewed, but belore
that fact had become public, the Lon
don Times contained an editorial
saying, in reference to the arbitra
tion treaty, "It is understood that as
the award e.innoi be given before the
opening ot the next sealing season,
it will be i.ecessury to renew the
modus vivendi for another year."
A report that the cruiset Baltimore
and other naval vessels had been se
cretly ordered to Buhring Sea was
emphatically contradicted by Secre
A message from the President in
reply to a resolution asking informa
tion as to the effect of pelagic scal
ing was leceived by the Senate on the
The President sent extracts from
the ollloial reports of the Behring Sea
Commissioners, showing that, con
trary to Lord Salisbury's statement,
the British Commissioners had con
ceded that the seals hud diminished
in number by the hand ot man, which,
of course, meant largely through the
acts of poachers in killing seals" at
A motion by Sherman to refer the
message to the Committee on Foreign
Relations was voted down, as the
Senate wished to hear the inclosures
When the matter had been read iu
full a debate ensued very similar to
one held the previous week. A point
of difference was to be seen in the
strength shown by the gentlemen fa
vorable to the protection of the
claimed rights of the United States
in the Behring Sea by all the resour
ces of the Government pending arbi
tration. Short speeches were made
1)' Sherman, Butler and Morgan of
tho Committee on Foreign Relations,
and by Piatt, While and others. The
papers were then referred to the
Committee on Foreign Relations.
While no formal action was taken,
it was understood among a large
majority of Senators to-day thai un
der no circumstances would they
ratify the agreement to arbitrate un
less England agreed to revive the
modus vivendi. It was not intended
to stand much delay, either, and, if
necessary, the Senate will formulate
its own terms of a modus vivendi aud
forward them lo Salisbury with a
respectful request for an immediate
There is a rumor in Washington
that tho President is sciiously con
templating tlio plan of sending Mr.
Phelps to Europe as a special envoy.
Exactly why he will be sent, if he is
sent, is not known. At lite conclu
sion of an interview with the Presi
dent Mr. Phelps went lo the Senate
and circulated among the Democra
tic Senatois, urging them to stand
by the Administration iu this matter,
and they all promised to do so, pro
viding it was shown that there were
no politics in it.
Senator Hill of New York is on a
political lour through the South aud
is well received by tho populace.
Ex-Secretary Bayard has written
an open teller to Democrats, taking
strong ground against free coinage of
Gen, Bragg, author of the phrase
regarding Cleveland, "We love him
for the enemies he has made," has
received fiom ex-President Cleveland
a letter in response to his earnest
request that he should make a public
uvowal of his position regardtug the
approaching Democratic ualioojl con
vention. Cleveland lays in tu let
jflfarflltf tfcr -!Mik$&'.LefeM&iLjMjd,Mfe3&ii
ter: "My experience in the of
fico of President so Impressed tno
with the solemnity of the trust
and its awful responsibilities that 1
cannot bring myself to regard the
candidacy for the place as something
to be won by personal strife and ac
tive self-assertion." Ho also says
that the people themselves ought lo
make the nominations as directly us
is consistent with open, fair and full
party organization and methods.
The project for u deep water chan
nel through the connecting waters of
the great lakes has practically re
celved the approval of a majoiity
of thu House Committee on Rivers
The House Committee on Reform
in the Civil Service has agreed to re
port favorably a bi'.l to exclude poli
tical influence in the employment of
laborers under the nuthorit' of the
General Grant, Assistant Secretaty
of Wnr, is ill and not able to leave
his bed. Overwork is the cause.
A New York despatch of tho 14th
says: The Stock Exchange to-day
placed in the unlisted department
?25,000,000 of new bitgar stock
which was authorized at the last
meeting of stockholders of the sugar
trust. This is taken as confirmation
of the stories that the trust has
absorbed the competing refineries.
A tight is being arranged between
James Corbctt and John L. Sullivan.
The match was to have been clinch
ed on March lflth. Not a few think
this will be Sullivan's Waterloo.
A message has been received in
Sau Francisco from Joe. Goddard,
the Bariier Champion of Australia,
that he will embark for that city on
the R. M. S. Mariposa on April 18lh.
Ashinger won the six-day bicyclo
race in New York on March 12, fin
ishing two feet ahead of Lamb. Fol
lowing is the score: Ashinger, 1022
miles 7 laps; Lamb, 1022 miles 7
laps; Martin, 1022 miles (! laps;
Reading, 1022 miles 5 hips; Lums
den, Dft-l miles 2 laps; Schoek, 940
miles 1 lap ; Stage, 900 miles.
The sporadic disturbances which
characterized the resent campaign in
Japan ripened on election day into
riot, assault aud assassination. When
the polls had closed it was found that
the battle of the ballots had been
hot and close, bnt that the actual
physical conflicts had been far more
sciious. Estimated from the imper
fect sources of information which
mark the slow going East, the loss of
life at the elections and during the
few days befoie was not less than
twenty, and 140 had been seriously
wounded, to say nothing of broken
heads, cuts and bruises sustained by
the more fortunate combatants.
A new fancy goods and ladies'
furnishing store will be opened in
Mclnerny Block to-morrow morning
by Mrs. G. King. This afternoon a
Bulletin reporter was privileged to
peep into the as yet unexposed in
terior. The sight presented is beautiful.
An impression is at once madu of an
Oriental bazaar. Mrs. G. E. Board
man's artistic hands, so often em
ployed in decorative work for fairs,
etc., aided those of the proprietress
in arranging the rich and pretty
The draping of cuitaiu material is
exquisite. There are in stock, effec
tively displayed, all kinds of fancy
work, children's underwear, wools of
every color and kind, art linens,
ponpons, slippers. Among the novel
ties are bunches of wheat tied with
ribbon. In one window is an assort
ment of elegant parasols, in another
children's hats and flowers.
But the ladies must attend the
opening and see for themselves. A
man cannot describe such wares,
even if he has to pay for them some
times. OPIUM SMOKERS FINED.
Two Chinamen, Ah Lum and Foo
Nen, were arrested last night about
7 o'clock on the Tong Hung Society
premises on the Ewa side of the Kau
makapili Church for smoking opium.
Tho ofllcers headed by Kealakai
raided tho premises when the China
men had just settled down for a
Binoke. A native gave the informa
tion to the Police Station which re
sulted in the capture. In the Police
Court this morning both were found
guilty of opium smoking and wcro
sentenced to pay fines of 8.r)0 and
Sumiuicn iclieved ut once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
'pilKUE will bo a meeting of tho
JL World's Fair Commission on
THURSDAY, Maich 21th, at 2 o'clock
i M., ut the Rooms of th'i Chamber of
Couiineice. Members are requested to
be iu attendance.
E. U. MACFAULANE,
375 2t Sect etury.
Notice of Meeting
OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
RiliiM Volcano House Co.
A SPECIAL MEETING of the Stock
holdeis of the Klluuea Volcano
House Company will he hold at tho
looms of tlio Chamber of Commerce, on
THURSDAY NEXT, at 10 o'clock a. m.
A statement of the business and llnuu
cial stimdltig of Ihe Company, and a re
commendation to ineieaso tho capital
stock will bo piesented by the directors.
A full attendance is requested
LOHKIN A. TIIUHSTON,
Secietary K. V, H. Co.
Murch 22, 188., 376 at
COMBINED BAND CONCERT.
InniiEiirnllnn or the Si-w llnnil Nlnad
nt the Hotel
The Royal Hawaiian Hand and the
band of the l S. F. S. San Fran
cisco will give a combined band con
cert In the new stand at the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening, commencing at
8 o'clock promptly. The band stand
will be lighted for the first time at
8 o'clock. Following is the program:
IIOVAI. 11 AW MIAN HAND.
Fantasia rite Palneu Bugler (new)..
Intel mc..o Cavallcria Kustlcaiia ....
Fantasia A Dauee on the Giceu....
U. 9. S. SAN I'lUNCISCO HAND
Gland Selection -I Miutlrl (new)
Songs aud Dances of Northern Europe
Overture -The Armorer LoitIng
Fantasia Awakening of the Lion....
Chorus and March Tanuhauser .. ..
I (a) Queen Ulluokalanl.
(b) Admiral Brown.
The Star Spangled Banner,
Fhebh fiozen oysteis at the Beaver
The S. S. Australia will leave again
O. J. McCarthy has lots
streut for sale.
The Brunswick ure the only
Pallors in town.
Apteu shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tome. Benson, Smith it Co., Agentc.
Tin: legular vacation of public
schools for thu first session will com
mence on April 8.
A special meeting of tbe stock
holders of the Kil.iuca Volcano House
Co. will bo held on Thursday nsxt at
10 a. m.
A mektino of the Woild's Fair
Committee will take place on Thurs
day, ut 2 p. in. at the Chamber of
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennieb, on East
Hotel stteet. Fitst-class woik, low
If you want good sausage for break
fast or luncheon, the finest sausages
in the Kingdom are the Celebrated
Cambiidge Pork Sausage and Bologna
made it the City Market, Nuuanu
stieet, opposite Queen Emma Hall,
Jos Tinkek, Piop.
In the art of photography it is a
well known fact that the sensiti.ed
plates itiude for u.e, as negatives, are
subject to deterioration by climatic
effects. The exact necessary process,
to counteract these effects, is a mat
ter of expert and careful study and
requires the production of specially
prepared plates, to obtain tho best
results. Mr. J. J. Williams, the popu
lar photographer, has had made, to
his order, and is continually import
ing, sensitized plates prepared ex
pressly for use in Honolulu, and, as
he is tho Hole importer of such mate
lial, the work produced by him is
necessarily tho best obtainable iu tho
confines of thu Paradise of the Pacific.
Are You Ever Thirsty
These warm days and want some
thing besides water to quench your
thirst? If so, we can offer you a
package that will make five gallons of
tho most delicious Hoot Beor. This
preparation is made directly fiom
fresh barks and roots. It comes in
liquid form, requires no" boiling or
straining. Drunk freely it keeps the
system in a healthy condition. It iH
Have you ever heard of the Seven
Southerland Sinters who are celu
bratcd for their long tresses of beauti
ful hair. Thoy say this unusual growth
wua induced by using a hair tonic
which they discovered and uro now
selling to lltoso less fortunate. Thoy
also found trouble with dandruff, as
we all do moieorless. Their Scalp
Cleaner removes all such deleterious
matter. We've thesoand Hall's, Mrs.
Allen's, Barry's Tricophorous, Carbo
line, Rum & Quinine aud others.
Sometimes people aro not satisfied
with tlio color of their hair, and de
sire a change. Huir Dyes will bring
this about. Wo .keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes- these nights?
Runiembor we keep Buhach ami tho
Burners for the same.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi'iior Fori it Jtlnir t-trutH.
lei S. S. "Australia,"
At The Beaver Saloon,
II. J.'NOIjT, Proprietor.
For MoulriliigH, Frames,
PustelB, Artotynes, Photo
gravure, Etchings and
everything in the line of
picture, go to King BroH.,
h vfjA jirml 1
100 Fort Street,
You can get All-wool Challls, Dress Goods, latest patterns; Black Goods,
White Goods, Ginghams, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves, Mitts, Ladles' and Children's
Underwear, Hosiery, Silk and Llncti Hamlkcichicfs. Ladles' and Children's
Jackets and Coats. Laces and Embroideries, Etc. Examine our Ribbon Stock
for bargains. If you want a Silk Dress, look through our Silk Dcpattmeut.
& u: is' rv jl. is xi ic is :
If you want Shirts, this is the place. If you want Collars and Cuffs, this Is tho
place. Save money and get your Neckwear, LTndeishirts Socks. Etc., here. This
Is the place to get your Hats.. If you want a Traveling Bag or Trunk, come to us
and we will tit yon out. If you are looking for a Suit for your little boys, come In
nnd see us. We can Ut you out for the least inoiiey. Boy's Knee Pants In all-wool
aud linen. We will not be undersold by anyone. Remember CASH is what talks.
. . . mm
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. CJomc and see the re-enforced
Unlaundried Shirts that we arc selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. All immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEft'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-iu-Hand and Ties of all kinds.
" See our White P. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 55 cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Hen's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
VI CIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Korv Street, Honolulu.
New Gou3 by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'Fiom 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
Date Wo are the only Authorized Agents for this articlo, and aro
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 JETort; Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
ISS H. von GERIGHTEN
ProfOHHor of Dancing.
Children (from 3 years iqiwanli) Class
iu Hall and Fancy Dancing and Physical
Culture every bnturtluy, from 2 to S
l. M. TeruiB, 83 a month in advance, i
VUltoiH allowed on bttlurdirys.
Adults' Class Iu Ball Room Dancing
every Wednesday, fmin 7:30 to lO'OO
1-. m. Gouts, 95; Ladles, 93 a mouth Iu
AUION II ,V JL. JL. .
OFFICK, t t 1M1 t'urt Wtreut.
BUT flfl !
The customer said, when teased to
buy another kind of stove when she
wanted a Fischer Steel Range,
WHAT A DIFFERENCE
there would be iu the mailer of fuel
if I should buy an iron stove 1 My
friends arc neatly all using the
Fischer Range 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 sorr3' but 1
guess I will get a Fischer Range from
tho HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
GIVE YOU A POINTER.
Late Arrivals I
STEAMER. -a M
, For Yokohama &I1K01. j
I mi. cm r7A;rrTiriT F$m
TflQ O. O. Zjtt.JLVJL.D.EjQJ, -iM
i.v-fi kiiu'.i 11. ninami im
j Will sail for the above ports on ,JJ
APRIL IO, 18D. ij
1ST For tonus uf Freight or Passago '1111
apply to jjfaB
THEO. H. DAVIE8 & CO., :fjM
. 86T lw "?' l Agents. ,BhB