Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, March 23, 1892, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
TIME TABLE. I
KK.tI AM) At THK VV.ll. I. 1NI1. I
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
loavo Honolulu. ..0:15 8'J5 1:45 4s3St
Arrive llonouliull.. 7:20 0:57 2:57 5:35f
Lcavo Honouilull..7::in 10:43 i!; I.I 5:12J
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 :3ii 1 1 :nr 4 :r5 G:50)
PKAUL OITV l.OOAI..
Loavo Honolulu 5:'20 ....
ftrrivo Pearl City 5:5S ....
Loavo Poari City.. 0:00
Arrive Honolulu. ..0:40
t Saturdays only.
Tiili'M. Sun mill liiiii.
II V c. J. I.VONH.
.J s s' e e S ! g
UAY- if 51 51 h'1 B I
i Li iii !2 JLIJl i
li.iu.'a.in.lp.iii. ii. in. i i
Mon. 21 1140 t 0430 t 0 0 3 U 111 0 a;
Tlic. 22. .. . 10 13 (I 0 7 0 0 2 0 12 1 35
il. in. !
Wed. 23 0 12 1 0! (! 40' 8 SO 6 10 lsl 2 30
Thui'g. 211 1 s 1 3i 7 21)1 B 0 0 0 6 12' 3 22
Pll. 23 2 00 2 20 1 7 CO 0 20 B 5'J 0 131 4 0
Snt. 2(1 2 2.1 Jt 01 8 25 0 60 0 fiS 0 13' 4 R2
Bun. 27' 3 3 3 fll 8 55(10 10 fi S7 1 0 13J 5 3(1
I.ust quiuter of tho moon on thu 21nt ut
11:43 a. m.
Tim time Hljjnnl for the poit Is clvcn nt 121i.
oiu. Oacc. (midnight) of urconwlch tlmo or
Hi. 28m. Btsec. p. in. of Honolulu Observatory
tlmi). It Ir Riven by tho steam ulilstlo of the
Honolulu rianlng Mill, u few doois nbnvo
tlic Custom House. The sumo whistle Is
bounded uonnctly nt Honolulu menu noon.
Observatory moiiriliiu, or lull. 31m. 26cc. of
7L' XI 10
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1892.
I 8 S Iroquois, from Samoa
Am bk Matilda, Sweuon, 31 days from
Stmr Kiiiuu from Muni and llawitii
Stuir J A Cummins from Koohiu
.Si: In- Mille Morris f i oin Kooluit
Stmr Ituwnli for iliiinsikua ut I p m
Am 3-masted sohr Jennie Wuud, Tap
per, for Muhuknuu
Am bktue Uncle John. Beck, for San
Am whaling bulk California for the
Am whaling brig Francis Burstow for
Am wh hk Andrew Hick, Donaldson,
for the Arctic
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kiiinu 10'Jti bags aiiaur, 2U3 bags
potatoes, 14 bags corn, 88 bdls hides,
10 pigs, 2 bullocks, 150 pkgs sun
From Hawaii and .Mam. per stuir Kl
niiii, Maiclr 23 From Volcano: O F
Fearing, .J G Peebles, It K Peebles, Miss
Peebles, 11 L Achiles, J N Worrington,
F Aitchison, Miss A Gallagher, .Miss I
Beaudry. Rev W P Kirbv, Kev T Klrby,
Mrs O 11 Dodd, .Miss L E Dodd, Miss H
K Eastman. From way ports: Miss
.Minnie Kinney, Miss J M Barnard, Rev
E 1' Baker, Peter Lee, D Paakiki, A
Perry, Jas Kenton, Dr II L Bond, It
Hind, Jr, Low Shon, Young Yuen, L
Von Tempskv, Hon J Nuwahi, wife and
2 children, E M Walsh, Rev V 11 Kiteat
and 13G duck.
For llamakua, per stmr Iwalani, Mar
21 Mr and Mrs Bill ey.
For Maui, per stmr Cluudiue, Mar 23
G P Wilder and wife, O L Wight, Col
Spalding, i K Keohokalole, 11 Lose and
For Kauai, pir stmr Mikahula, Mar 22
J G Taylor and wife, Miss Anderson,
MrRego, A Mctzler, H II Stewart, J
Dixon, Mr Smith, 10 Chinese, and 45
The American hark C D Bryant, Cap
tain .1 II Jucobson, arrived on March
22d, about seventeen days from Sau
Frunolt'eo. she brought gcueial freight
to Messrs II Ilackfeld fc Co.
'i'he bark Matilda, Captain Hwensou,
wus docked at Allen & Robiusou's wharf
on Tuesday, March 23d, thlrty-oue days
from Poit Townsend, with u cargo of
lumber measuring 720,000 feet.
The S S Australia commenced dis
charging soon after arrival yesterday.
The barkentlnc Uncle .John sailed for
Sun Frunelseo yesterday with a lull load
The steamer Kluau from Maul and
Hawaii arrived tills morning and will
leave again on Friday.
An Wed March 1(1. sloop Kouoluul
from Kuwulhae, steamer Kiuaii from
Honolulu: Match 10, steamer Hawaii
from Kitwalhae; Mnieh 22, steumer Kl
uau from Hilo and way ports.
Sailed- Maich 13, 3-mnsted schooner
Emma Chiudlna, M Muus master, for
Stu Francisco with 0227 bugs sugar,
098,302 lbs, value 823,101.73. i-ddppers,
THDuvles & Co, G377 bags; Halawu
Plantation, 850 hags. March 1C, sloop
Keaolaul for Kuwaihac, steamer Khmu
forllllo and way ports ; March 19, steamer
Hawaii for Honolulu; March 22, steamer
Kluau for Honolulu.
OULNN In this city, Mairh22, to the
wife of T. G. Qnlnn, a son.
ADMITTED TO PROBATE.
The will of the late George Lucas
was admitted to probate jcstortlay
afternoon in the fciuprouio Coiut.
Thos. It. and John Lucas aro ap
pointed as executors and testamen
tary letters were Issued to them.
Tho will, which was executed ou
Feb. -I, 1802, lettvcB the house on
Kukui lane to tho daughter, Eliza.
The Honolulu Planing Mill is left to
the tin co oldest sons, Thos. It., John
and Charles Lucas, and the life in
surance and remaining property are
to be distributed share and sharo
alike atnone the remaining heirs.
The sum of 2000 was left in trust
to E. II. Lucas, second eldest, son
of Thou. It. Lucas, who was a spe
cial favorito oj tho deceased, nothing
being too good for the lad.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Fodhtkkn tourists wcro pussongrs
on tho Kinan from tho Volcano this
Tiiu whalers California, Andiow
Hicks und Francis Burstow loavo for
tho Arctic tu-tluy.
Ituv. B. 1'. Bukor in rived this morn
ing to moot his wife, who is registered
at tho Hawaiian Hotel,
Mh. E. B. Thomas, contractor, laid
tho first stones of tho BuLt.KTiN block
foundation this forenoon.
Hon. Jos. Nuwuhi, Ucpreeonliitivo- ,
elect for Hilo, is in town, to picparo j
for tho coming Legisliiluio.
Lovkjoy & Co. will iiiinovo thoir
wine mid linmir IiiirIiichm into the nine i
T. It. Foster block in few days.
Thk time of sailing of 11. JJ. M. S.
Pheasant has not boon decided. She
may leave to-morrow or day after.
Thk libel case against J. S. Itamos,
editor of a Portuguese newspaper, has
again been remanded until Friday.
The current number of tho Dio
cesan Magazine, edited by Bishop
Willis, is un especially interesting ono.
A dispute between two hackmen
about a whip, on Fortstreetthis after
noon, produced noise enough for a
A meeting of tho World's Fair
Commission will be held at tho Cham
ber of Commerco room ut 2 o'clock
Diamond. Head, 12 m. Weather
cloudy ; wiud, fresh northeast. Whal
ers California and Francis Burstow ly
ing off and on.
A special meeting of tho Kilauoa
Volcano House Co. will bo held ut the
Chamber of Commerce room at 10
tJiNCE the disappearance of the
"dogmtin" from the streets mangy
dogs have again congregated in the
vicinity of tho Fishmurket.
Hekkkia, a deserter of contract
service with the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Wus returned to that
company's care this morning.
The whaler Mermaid, after dis
charging her barrels of oil, sailed this
morning for the Arctic regions for
more of thu oleaginous slock.
Paddy Ryan, who, it is alleged,
was stabbed in an affray on Saturday
night, has improved considerably and
is beyond danger, although very
People going to the Coast on busi
ness or pleasure should cut out the
card of the Occidental Hotel, in thiB
puper, and stick it in their pocket
The Noble election case was argued
and submitted in the Supicme Court
before Judge Bickorton this morning.
The decision is awaited with general
A ukand entertainment and ice
cream festival will be given by tho
Makawuo Ladies Aid Society, for the
benefit of the East Maui Seminary,
on April 13, iii the Makawao Church,
The Supreme Courtroom wus filled
with Chinese to-day in expectation of
the habeas corpus euse, which was to
have come up at 2 o'clock. They were
disappointed, however, as the tiiul did
not como on.
The O. it O. S. S. Oceanic on her
last trip broke tho record between
Yokohama and this port, also between
here and San Francisco. Her time to
I he latter port being C days 8 hours
and 29 minutes.
Mas. John Lumsden, who with her
husband left hero for the Coast lately,
has had the misfortune to lose a broth
er in California. His name wus David
Kerr, ugo 31 years, uuu he lost his
life by accidental drowning.
The steamer China will arrive here
from San Francisco on May 4 and tho
Gaelic on July 2, on route to Hong
kong. From Hongkong for San
Francisco the China is announced to
call here Juno 21, and tho Gaelic
The case of assault und battery
ugainst James Barrington and James
Campion will be heard in tho Police
Court to-morrow morning, thoy hav
ing been remanded by the prosecu-
tiou. Tho men have not been ad
mitted to bail as yet.
Thk hark Albert and burkontiue W.
II. Dimond wero in sight of each oth
er nearly all the way from horo to San
Francisco. March 9th tho Dimond
orost-ed tho Albert's bow, both vessels
dipping their colors, and those aboard
tho two vessels woio able 10 talk to
A new supply of Prof. Alexander's
"Brief History of tho Hawaiian Peo
ple," has beon received by tho steamer
Australia, and copies aro for sale at
tho olllcu of tho Board of Education.
Hitchcook's "English Hawaiian Dic
tionary," and Atkinson's "Hawaiian
Geography" can also bo obtained
A Chinese poi peddlor on King
street was assaulted yesterday even
ing by a fellow countryman wlnlo
sitting in his shop. Tho man was
ignorant of tho cause of tho assuult,
and this morning hud a warrant is
sued for tho arrest of his assailant.
The peddlor showed "two lovely black
A VEitv fiesh Customs ollicer has
been making hiimelf particularly oh
poxiouB of lato. Upon tho arrival of
a foreign mail steumer this scouted
and gloved understrapper stations
himself at the foot of thu gangplank,
cane in hand, and refuses to allow
I anyono but an oflicial or favorito to
board tho vessel unless ho foul so dis
posed. Evon nowspaper reporters,
who aio generally privileged charao
tois ou such occasions, havo been un
necessarily detained by this "autocrat
of tho gangplank," The attention of
tho Poit Surveyor U culled to this
cmo of "hoopilimoai,"
BAND PAVILION OPEr'IND.
ItcKti'tN .lint Ify livery llxiHTlntlon
Great Populnr Turnout.
The "grand combined concert" of
the Koynl Hawaiian mid tho U. S. V.
S. Snn Fraucisco's bands, by which
tho new band pavilion described tho
other day in tho Hci.lkiin was in
augurated, fulfilled the most san
guine expectations of all concerned.
An enormous crowd, estimated at
3000, gathered ou the grounds. The
now lanai, also previously described
in this paper, and the front verandas
(if the Hotel wero crowded with peo
ple. Among those in tho building
wore scores of strangers, who showed-as
much enthusiasm over tho
event as residents. Admiral Hrown
of the San Francisco and many naval
olllcors both of America and Great
Britain were present.
Everybody wus on the tiptoe of
expectation us eight o'clock ap
proached, so as not to miss the In
stantaneous illumination of the band
stand. Col. Macfarlnne with Messrs.
Cussidy and Taylor, electricians,
stood by the switch bar. A few mo
ments before the hour arrived the
small drums beat a tattoo us a sig
nal. It was an anxious moment for
the Colonel, while u bare possibility
existed of a hitch. With the first
note of Hawaii Ponoi hp pulled a
string, and a gorgeous spectacle
burst into view. A thrill of admira
tion and a cheer broke from the
spectators above and below The
baud stand stood out in the night,
glowing like a colossal diadem with
its more than a hundred variegated
electric lights. Nut a lump tailed to
respond to the current. Although
the added burden to tho plant
away up Nuuanu Valley was
fifteen horse power, there was
not a tremor in tho glimmer
while the current was on. Col.
Macfurlano on flndiug everything
right momentarily shut off the light,
but turned it on again before the
rising murmur of disappointment
had time for utterance.
The novel decoration of the roof
and dome harmonized well with the
chromutic illumint'tion by electricity.
Mr. Carter, who understands the
laws of harmony in colors, was the
painter of the pavilion.
E. O. Hall & Son furnished all the
electrical fittings, whish wero put in
by Mr. P. S. Taylor of the Hawaiian
Electric Companj. Mr. John Cas
sidy, superintendent of the Govern
ment electric lights, attended to tho
currents. The lamps in the band
stand arc connected with the Gov
ernment system. Those that were
profusely distributed amongst the
trees and shrubbery last night are on
the Hawaiian Kloctnc Lo. s circuit.
Every alternate light, on the stand
can bo shut off at ple.isiue, leaving
the others burning.
The band music uever sounded
better. All the anticipations regard
ing the acoustic .virtue of the new
sounding board were realized. Prof.
Berger was quite satisfied with the
result of the test. His boys played
well and the efforts of the visitors
were generally admired. Tho pro
gram lasting till after 10 o'clock was
as follows :
KOYAL HAWAIIAN HAND.
Fantasia I'he Palace Bugler (new). .
Intermezzo Cuvalleria Rustlcaua. . . .
Fantasia A Dance ou the Green....
U. S. S. SAN FIUNCISCO HAND.
Grand Selentlon-I Martiri (new).....
Songs and Dances of Northern Europe
Overture -The Armorer Lortzlng
Fantasia Awakening of the Lion....
Choi us and March Tanuhauser .. ..
f (a) Queen Liliuokalanl.
(b) Admiral Brown.
The Star Spangled Banner.
The Bulletin is indebted to the
Wertheimer Company of San Fran
cisco for a copy of their illustrated
catalogue of tobaccos and cigars. It
is the first illustrated catalogue, in
natural colors, of tobaccos and ci
gars ever issued, in the United States,
and a novelty in its way, ns showing
the exact sizes and shapes of the ar
ticles illustrated, The book is a tri
umph of artistic printing, a groat
credit to San Francisco,wliere it was
executed. A pleasing feature con
sists in odes, poems, wise soyings,
etc., on the weed by famous authors,
which are scattered through the vol
ume. THAT CDLD WATCH.
His Honor the Police Justice has
made the following finding iu the case
of Antotie Liudo, charged with the
thetlof A.B Scrimgeour'sgold watch.
"That the facts proven show, if upy
thing, a violation of Sections 12 and
18 of Chapter 1G, Penal Code, at
6omo time between October 10, 1891,
und March 3, 1892, which is not cov
ered b3' tho charge as made ; thu ev
idence therefore does not warrant
committal, and defendant Is dis-
U. S. S. IROQUOIS.
.The U. S. S. Iroquois arrived from
Samoa via Kuuai yesterday evening,
It was previously reported iu this
journal that her coal supply had run
short and alio put into Wniinea., She
received several lous of coul from
the Mak&woli plantation and con
tinued her voyage hither. After
taking in a supply of coal the Ir.o
quoiB will sot sail for San Francisco.
Hum Iloi'Hroi'd'H Atild IMiUM'hutr.
Dr. H.T. Tuuneu, Kasson, Minn.,
says ; "I have found it very beneficial
in nervous debility, from jtny. .cause,
arid for iudigwttion."
Illlt III r.tilty to 11 eel ii re n TritMt In
V.. Atotifs'H AfTitlrx
A decision has boon Med by Jus
tice Dole sitting In Chambers 'in the
case of C. Afdng vs. Chun Hoy and
J. A. Hopper, bill in equity to de
clare a trust. The plaintiff left this
country for China on October 17,
1800, having two days previously ap
pointed tho defendant Chun Hoy as
his attorney in fact, by a lotto" of
attorney. On November lsl of the
same year the defendant Chun Hoy
delivered to the co-defendant a chock
on tho bank of Bishop & Co., of Ho
nolulu, for 29. COO. 7!) und endorsed
by J. A. Hopper, per W. L. Hopper,
tho check being presented to the
bank by Mr. Hopper on the same
day it was given to him and cashed
from the plaintiff's bank account,
and applied to the settlement of n
debt owed to liiui by Chun Hoy.
After this transaction the plaintiff
revoked the power of attorney lo
Chun Hoy and appointed S. M. Da
mon as his attorney in fact. Chun
Hoy, one of the defendants, was in
debted to Mr. Hopper iu largo
amounts of money, add had mort
gaged his rice plantation interest to
the latter, to secuie the payment of
such debt mid for future advances,
a part of the debt being for the
purchase price of the said planting
interest. These statements are made
by tho bill of complaint and admitted
in the answers of both defendants,
but Hopper in his answer explains
that ho had no information sulllcient
to form a belief that tho lands from
which I lie check was paid wero from
the plaintiff's account except that
the check was drawn in the name of
Tho plaintiff alleged on informa
tion and belief that Chun Hoy had
no money of his own at the time of
bringing the action, Aug. 21, 1891,
with which to pay plaintiff the
amount of the check and interest,
and no property except such as had
been mortgaged to Hopper. Also
that Hopper knew at the time Hit
check was" cashed that the money
was not Chun Hoy's. -
The plaintiff claimed that the pay
ment of the check lo Hopper by
Chun Hoy was a misapplication of
tho funds of tho plaintiff held in
trust by Chun Hoy, and Hopper be
ing aware of this is himself liable lo
plaintiff fur such misapplication of
funds. The payment of the money
to Hopper by Chun Hoy was without
authority from Afong.
Tho defendant, Chun Hoy, defends
tho transaction by saying that his
plantation was ample security for tho
repayment of the amount.
His Honor Judge Dole found that
it was a misapplication of funds, and
the defendant Hopper is liable as a
trustee jointly with Chun Hoy to the
use of the plaintiff for 829 000.79,
subject to the payments endorsed on
the said note, with interest from No
vember 1st, 1890.
The further prayers that the de
fendant Hopper be declared a trustee
of the said mottgages for the benefit
of the plaintiff, and that lie be do
creed to pay the said balance and
interest out of the first proceeds of
said rice crops which shall be re
ceived by him under the said mort
gages, appearing to be somewhat in
the nature of alternative relief, arc
A. S. Hartwell for plaintiff; F. M.
Hutch for Chun Hoy; W. It. Castld
for J. A. Hopper.
PERSOHATINC A DETECTIVE.
Scrnpe Into Which One or Hie Inter
nutioiiulN Hun it IlliiiHeir.
F. II. Wugner was placed under
arrest yesterday and charged with
violating Section 11, of Chapter 29
of the Penal Code, which roads as
follows: "Whoever falsely assumes
to be a District Justice, Marshal,
sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable or
other ollicer of the government and
takes upon himself to act as such,
shall be punished by imprisonment
at hard labor not more than one year,
or by fine not exceeding one hundred
Wagnor has for the past tew weeks
been going around with a full beard
and a badge purporting to be that of
a special detective of the Hawaiian
Government. Several have seen
Wagner around the streets with his
full beard and thought it was natural.
However, when a policeman took
hold of it, the beard came off. D.
L. Huntsman furnished bail of $90
and un I. O. D. for 810 this morn
ing, ami Wagner was released. His
trial will come up to-morrow in the
Police Court. When the beard and
other disguises were tuken off Wag
ner, he looked quite a different man
altogether, no one seeing him before
being able to recognize him as the
Tho ollicers at San Quentin last
week discovered three convicts who,
with lamps, picks, chisels and other
implements, weio tunneling their way
out of the prison.
house & j,ot mm haiac.
N Young street, House
l&JStfi ) contains llvo
& kitchen, bathroom, e
iOxllu feet. For further particulars
apply to J08K MEDKIKOS,
37U liii Young stieot.
B0DER3 & DEC0HAT10NS.
We are now receiving tho Largest Stock
and Gi oaten Variety over
biouglit lo Honolulu,
ALL THE LATEST .PATTERNS I
Prices Lower thin Ever I
Cd'.l and Examine I
W 1 JUX HI J c OO.
'' ' J7 lin
These warm days anil want some
thing bo.-ido- wator to quench jour
tbiist? If to, we can oiler yon a
package Unit will make llvo gallons of
tho most dolieioiH Hoot Beer. This
preparation is made directly fioni
fiesh barks and roots. Il comes in
liquid form, requires no boiling or
stiaining. IJrank freely it keeps the
"Vste-ii in ti healthy coihIiHoii, It is
Have you ever lieuid nf the .Seven
Houtherland Sisters who uio cele
brated for their long Ire.-eec of beauti
ful Iciii. Tlicyay i liii unusual growl Ii
was induced by Using u hair tome
which they discnveied and are huh
selling to thiiM' Ices foi lunate. The)
also found tumble, with dauditilf, as
we all do inoic or less. Their Sculp
Cleaner lomnU's all such deleletiuus
matter. We've these. mil Hall's, Mr-.
Allen's, Barry's Tiieopherous, Curbo
line, Rum & (Juinine and others.
Sonielinies people urn not fulieliod
wiib the color of tlicir hair, and de
siic a change. Hair lives will briny
this about. Wo keep Hill's. Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes these nights?
llemeinbor we keep Buhuch and tho
Burners for the same.
HOBRON, NEWMAN x CO.,
Corner ITort S: Jvlnur lylreotH.
rs klU A 1 0.
FRIDAY EVENING, Mirch 25111,
Y. IVJ. O, A.
AT 7 -.SO O'CMK'li.
..The Misses Hopper and Widdlfleld
2. Infantry Drill
3. Vocal Solo 11. M. A. Miller
4. Simllower Cliom
..'I'he Mise Schaeferiiuil Lawrence
0. Leap Year Pastorale
7. Vocal Solo Miss IJowsett
8. Grandmother's Ghost Story
!). Pimahou Glee Club
or Kixti snii:r,T.
Has the honor to inform the Ladies that
he has npenqri in connection with
his Barber Shop a
Fii'Kt-ulsiHs Parisian Ladies'
Hair Dressing; Parlor
For Ladies' Hair Diesing, Shampooing,
Hair Cutting and Curling. Also, all kinds
of Artistic Hair Work. 37fi lw
Per S. S. "Australia."
At The Beaver Saloon,
II. .1. XOITK, Ii'niirU(nr.
Notice of Meeting
OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
KiliiM Volcano House Co.
A SPECIAL MEETING of iho Stock
holders of tho Kilauca Volcano
House Company will be hold at tho
rooms of tho Chamber of Commerce, on
THURSDAY' NEXT, at 10 o'clock a. m.
A Rtuiemont of the business and llnan
ciul standing of the Company, and a re
commendation lo Increase tho capital
stock will hopiesentud by tho directors.
A full aitcmlunro Is requested
LOltKIN A. THUKSTON,
Secretary K. V. 11. Co.
.March 22, 1802. 375 2t
'piiEltK will ho a meeting of the
JL World's Fair Commission on
THURSDAY, March 21th, at a o'clock
l m., at the Rooms of tho Chamber of
Coiiimeico, Meuihers aio iciuesled to
he hi atlniiihuice.
K. U. MAOF.'.RLA.NK,
375 2t Secretary.
LL accounts due to or HKftlnst the
;"V undersigned must b presented on
r before SATURDAY NKXT, 'JUth Inst.
O. A. STKVEN.
Honolul '. March 21, I8'J. 371 (it
'PUB PieinUes of Mr. M. Hymaii on
X King street, to bo sold at auction
on SATURDAY, will be opeii for In
spection by Intending piuchucr ou
Wednesday and Thurrduy, March 23rd
and li 1 tli, from 3 to l o clock r. i.
WIiim you wimt u Portrait
EiilaruiMl call on Kitm Bros,,
et t..iir nriuti litK mid turn
samples. Thoy can't bo beat.
132 ill ct M Sra"
tWi .li M o
CM ' Ahn
( V' Ifr 7t Vhs7
"-- - jO1- r
O A l ML"
! Fort Ntwct,
' I fl.-- -- r .rf' J".- j t J
You can get All-wool ChallU, Dre'-s Goods, latest patterns; Black Goods,
White Goods, Ginghams, Kid Gloves Mlk Gloves. Mitts Ladies' and Children's
Underwear, Hosiery, hllk and Linen Handkerchiefs. Ladles' aud Children's
Jackets and Couts Laces and Kmbroldcries, Etc. Examine our Rlbbou Stock
for bargains. It you want a Silk Dies, look through our Silk Department.
C5 5-a :s -x- i-. jw ji ic jn :
If you want Shirts, this is the place. If you want Collars and Cuffs, this Is tho
place. Mive money and get your Neckwear, Undershirts, Socks, Etc., hero, This
is tho place to got your Bats. If you want a Traveling Bag or Tiunk, come to us
and we will fit you out. If you are looking for a Suit for your little boyj, come In
and see us. Wo can fit you out for tho least money. Boy's Knee Pants'ln all-wool
aud linen. We will not he undersold by anyone. Remember UASII Is whattalks.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UPll.AUPtfDRiED SHIRT. 3. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlaundried Shirts that we arc selling for GO cents.
ftSEE$S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
SijEK'u SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bai
briRgati, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
ftfflETS'S KSCKWSEAK. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
Bay" Sec 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.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
II vv Q"--; rj
Tools & Smpleftients,
Paints, Oiis 6l Varnishes,
TURPENTJNE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF TI 1 13 BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
4 We aro the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
"hollister & CO.,
10 Ibri-, 5st;ieet.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
' PATENT PREPARATIONS.
Kar- NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER, -a
M l M GilCIITBH,
Prol'oKsor of Dancing.
Children (from a yeuis upwardo) Uluss
Iu Ball and Fancy Diuclii and Physical
Culture every Saturday, from 2 to 5
r. m. Term-, 6.1 a month hi advance.
Visitors allowed ou S.iturdays.
I Adults' Class In Bull Room Dancing ,
j every Wednesday, from 7i30 to 10 -00
1 r. m. Gents, $.'; l.iulies, $.1 a mouth In
v it ro n n.vLL.
OKKKII), : : ivi Fun truot.
BUT OH !
The customer said, when leased to
buy another kind of stove when alio
wanted a Fischer Steel Hange,
WHiT A DIFFERENCE
there would bo in the matter of fuel
if I should buy nn iron stovel My
friends are nearly all using the
Fischer ltauge and they tell mo 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 19 light
ed you may have hot biscuits for
breakfast. I'm very sorry but I
guess I will got a Fi3cher Range from
tho HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
T ) R JE2 I
Late Arrivals I
For Motaii Mongol.
The S. a ZAMBEST,
Gko, Kdwaihis, Master,
Will sail for tho above parts ou
,Y1I5TI, lO, 18l).
tuDr For tonus of Freight or Passage
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO.,
867 lui AgouU.