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VOK1SBK FOHT &
A Brad Display of
We bug to itifoun the Ladies tluit
MulenuK tlm season complices full lines
Special attention is culled toiuu High Nnu'lllea mid oiu diipliu this
tcupon will be found tin most i-(inipiulu'iii' in choice mid lowest in price
ever hiought lir this iitutkct.
Pull Liiiou of Bedford Coi ds,
Fiao Twilled Llama Cloth,
Roil Scotch Ginghams,
Fiue French Pocalos,
Hih Novelties in Figured Persian ftftulls,
Choice Btitiuto, Pino Apple TissueB, (entirely new),
Full Lino of India Linen, Plain and Figured Swisses.
E NAINSOOK and many other New Goods too numerous to mention.
N. N. Ladies in search of White Dress Mutctinls will do well to in
spect oui stock Hist, before pui chasing anywhcie else.
S. EIIKLIC1L & CO.,
Oomei KditA: Hotel stieetB.
l 'V. If
1 herewith appoint Mit. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent foi the sale of my
Genuine Sanilaiy Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Wands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the lilth of beptembei , '90.
k FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIVED.
STEAM CINDY FiGTOE'i
v:N O I J A Ii. II It Y.
l'uuicui Gonfeetlonei, Pustiy Cook A
71 Hotel .St. nsit& 'J elephouu 71.
BBAYBIJ A BALOOS
Ttio Best Lunoli in Icvtn,
Tea and Ooffoo ar, ill Houii-
The Finest Brands of
Ahvuys on Ha-iitl.
11. u!. NOlJTH. Proprietor.
SI ICING STREET,
P.. J, WALLER, - - Manager.
Vuclesalo & Retail Butchers
Notary Public for the Iblacd of Oahu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgineiits to La
bor Conl! act.
Agent to Giant Jlaiiliige LiceiiBes, Ho
Agent for the Hawiillau It-lauds of Pitt iV
hcott'r! Ki eight & Puicels Kxpieng.
Agents foi the liuilliigton Route,
Real Estate Broker & Uiu!".'
lJell Tele. :M8.tB8iarMuUijl Tele. l!i.
P. O. JJox ur.
ctfr OrrioK; No.a8M('ichiuitbtieet,
Honolulu, Outiii, II. I. ian i2
l'AI'JSR HANGING I
GIVE J. L. Muvku the Paintci a cull
aud have your Paper Himgliig done
promptly aud neatly. 130 Fort street.
P, O. Box 8B7, .Mutual Telephone
63, 160 tf
W iSi2 IS
Oiprs, jKl ToUaccf
Spring Opening I
Wasli Dress Fabrics !
oui assortment of New WuhIi Diubs
of Foieig.i unit Domestic impoi tu-
ALL KINDS OK
JEWELRY MDE to ORDEB
Laigo and Fine Stock in Hand.
ANYTHING YOU ORDKR.
King Street, between Nuuanu
Notice to the Public !
Tho Uiiwaiimi Soap Works
Is still in existence at tlie old luml(
Leleo, .ind ha" been -o lnee tin' jeiu
I8.)n. 1 am piep.ued In put up Mi.ip al
the following piice:
$4.50 por Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. in Bulk.
HO Uenti e.iUi allowed foi empty eon
t.dncir. l etui ncd in good unlet.
fcQr Weight foi weight no nval con
(.tin cm iiippl ii" good an hi tide foi
the ame pi ice.
QyTho oulj PiuUiuil hoip Bollei
in the Hawaiian Island--.
THOMAS W. RAWLINS,
San Francisco, : California.
Thl Hotel h.i letently added a large
Single Rooms 1 Baths Attached
WHICH WIM. UK I.KT
, Wltli or AVllliout lloiirtl.
44-.Inci ii FirHt-clOHH ltcntaurunt.-VK
i WM. B. HOOPER,
I SoO ,'iin .Malinger.
iEJLEOTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho anuiiul nieetiug of the Ha
waiian AgilcultiiiaKJompany held
this day, tho following peisons weie
' elected oilleeis for tlio cuiieut y .:
Hon. O. H. lllsltoi I'lesident,
Sam'l 0. Allen Vice-Piesldeut,
Quo. II, Robeitson Treasiuei,
J. O. Caiter Secretary,
i Tom May Auditor.
' H. C. Allen, Chtts. M. Cooke and V. O.
J, O. CARTER,
hetly. Haw. Ag. Co,
Honolulu, Jail. 21, 1802. :i'25 8m
FOR SALE !
LHAVE I' oui Fine Rusldenco hltee,
situated on 1 likoi sticot, for sale.
The Lots have a fi outage of 04 feet on
I'likol street and uro 200 feet deep, aie
ulcely laid out In fiuit and tliitde trees
and aio all coveied with glass; water
laid on thiougliout. The situation of
these Lots and the limited number make
It ni'Lcbsiuy that Intending puicliasers
should make early application to the
undersigned, fiom whom all paiticulnrs
can bo had. J AS. F. MORGAN.
MONEY TO BliILD HOMES.
IF you lme a lot, I will build you a
house, and furnish tho money on
eabj teuiiH. J.L.MEYER,
180 Fort street.
Mutual Tel, 0G2; P. O. Box 387.
TO UK GIVEN BY THE
Honohilu Avion Society
- AT -
On Saturday Evening,
APUIL , 1S.
OJ5r-TRAINS will leae the Oahu
Railway Depot at 7 aud 8 o'clock t'. i. :
returning will leave the Orovr at 10 ami
12 i M.
SOT TICICE'L'S tn bo had at .?. Hu
liash's itore, the Elite niiil1 titidwigsen
it Oion'-' Ii o Cirain PiulnrM.
To remind you. thut it is
nuarly two yuurs hince we
oluaucd your watch.
Isn't it about time (to have
her oiled up?
H. F. WICBMAN.
WK AKK .SOW UKOKIVINll '1 UK
KVKU IIKOIIOHT TO HONOLULU.
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS !
Prices Lower than Ever !
Call and Exnmiae !
WILDER & CO:
377 I in
Dr. Chas. A. Peterson
HAS returned from the Count and re
Btimid practice at his lesldeneu on
Nuuanu ywenue, just above "the 'Flint
tr Roth TelephoueH . 382 Ijv
rPHE animal meeting of
-- jocKoy uuiD win ue neiu on
MUJNUAY, Apill -till,
Kt 7s30 i". m at
tlie Hawaiian Hotel.
O. O. BERGER,
380 7t Sccietary
W. F. FREAR will act for me
mder full power of attorney dur
ing my absence fiom the Kingdom. ,
' B. F. DILLINGHAM.
Honolulu, March 20, 1892. 381 Iw
MR. W. V. FREAR will aot for me
under full power of atforney dur
ing my absence from tub Kingdom. "
O. A. STEVBNV
Honolulu, Maich 20, 1802, 381 lw
F F you want a Flrt-cla!.6J6b of Paint
JL fug of any description done, call on
tho Practical Painter,ff. Ii, Mkth only.
Fort street 180.
P. O. Box 387.
Picture Frames murto to
order from latest styles of
mouldings. Iteuovation of
old pictures a opeoiulty ai
Kiug livou., Hotel street.
'Mi i riliilMBPKTI
LATEST Ffllffl NEWS.
HUEA'l NAVAL HCVIUW.
Washington, March 20. One of
tho most popular features of tho
coming qundro-ccntennial celebrntion
in honor of tho discovery of America,
the proposed grand roviow of tlie
navies of the world in Hampton
Roads and in Now York harbor, litis
boon more or less neglected, but has
now received an inipetus by the or
ganization of a board of proinoliuu
of citizens. Hon. J. L. M. Ctiney,
president of the board, says their
woik will be to secure co-opeintion
of the boards of trade and cities of
the Atlantic and culf coast mid the
necessary legislation by Congress.
The exercises at tlie review will be
under the auspices of the Govern
ment. Some forty-seven American
mcn-of-rnr, besides those of other
countries, arc expected to take part
in tho review. The list of American
shjps includes the New York, Maine,
Puritan, Monterey, Amphitrite, Mi
nntounmah, Mouadnock, Teiror, lui
bor defense rnui, cruiser 0, Chicago,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, Newark,
ban cranciseu, Charleston, cruiser
12, Montgomery, Detroit, cruiser 11,
Machias, gunboat G, practice ciuiscr,
Roston, Atlanta, Yorktown, Concord,
Bennington, Petrel, Dolphin, toipcdo
boat 1, torpedo boat 2. In addition
to these a nutiipcr of wooden ships
will also piobably be in commission
at the time of review as follows:
Lancaster, Iroquois, Yantic, James
town, Marion, Thetis, Adams, Alli
ance, Kcnrsargc, Monougaliela, Mo
hican, .Essex and Portsmouth. It is
thought the review will be a standing
advertisement for the exposition from
the time the fleet leaves Kuropc until
the guests reach Chicago.
UKLlMUt THAN I'OLIIICs.
New York, March 20. Rev. Di.
Thomas Dixon preached to-day on
the riots at Bcilin and elsewhere.
Said he: "The secret of the tiouble
must be deeper than mere politics
and there is something radically rot
ten at the hearlof civilization. Should
not men of wealth read in these
signs n new deep obligation laid up
on them to rescue and save society?
Can we feast, dance and banquet
while our brethren starve? No man
has a right to do what he pleases
with what he possesses. He only has
the light to dp what lie ought to do.''
stuih:nts on vtkikk.
Chicago, March 20. The fresh
inun class of 1801 nt the College of
Physicians and Surgeons is in open
rebellion against the instructor in
anatomy, at whose hands they claim
unfair treatment in leceiving too
blioil notice of a final examination.
A committee from the class waited
on the faculty and advised them that
they had decided not to take the
proposed examination. The commit
tee was tequestcd to return later for
an auswer, which they received in a
teise form to the effect that all who
refused to take the examination
would be plucked. The class will
meet again to-morrow, and it is
thought that it will secede from the
EXCl.UDINC. roi.IlIOAI, INFI.IJKNCK.
Washington, March 20. Repre
sentative Andiewg of Boston com
plcted the leport upon his bill "to
exclude political influence in the
employment of laboreis under autho
rity of the United Stales," and will
submit it to the House to-morrow.
The bill will affect some 21,000 em
ployes, and will requite that hence
forth thoy shall be appointed or em
ployed without legard to political
considerations. The system con
templated by the bill will not require
ccitilications through the civil service
commission. The only puipose of
the legislation. Andrews points out,
is to compel the appointnent of pro
perly qunlilled men in the older of
their application without delays by
cumbersoino machinery. Andrews
says that of 178,700 employes in the
Executive Department only 30,720
are subject to competitive examina
tion. The bill proposes a wide ex
tension and simplification of the non
partisan system, at much less cost
than lierctofoic, It is not proposed
to require competitive examination
for a scholastuj. test of laborers. Tlie
rules according to which they arc to
be employed arc left to the discretion
of tho Civil Service Commissioners ;
but it is intended that the rules shall
simply provide for physical fitness
and good character of the applicant.
No more labor will bo required on
the part of the appointing otllcera
than at present when the system is
thoroughly enforced. It is loft to tho
discretion of tho Civil Service Com
missioners to require technical skill
by a simple, and praotical test, where
necessary. When tho exigencies of
tho case necessitate it, employment
may be made without the system of
OAS AT LOS ANOKLK3.
Natural gas has been stiuck ad
Joining Los Angeles-. It is pouring
out in large qualities, under high
pressure, and appears to possess all
the quantities necessary for heut and
Tho well has been bored by Mr. I.
' W. Ilellumtij on his ranch, a mile or
so east of Boyle Heights, formerly
known as tho Repotto place. He lins
had a forcp Qf men at work there for
some, time, and on Friday tho odor of
gas was distinctly noticeable about
tho we'll and on Saturday afternoon
1t hurst fortfi in largo voluinos. When
lighted' the blazo extended for twenty
feet up 'in f,he air.
The pressure has not yet been
determined, but it appears to be
heavy enough, to insure tbe power
uocessary to distribute the gas for n
considerable distance. ,Tho men at
the pce' we're engmfedjttlJjOfSunday
in getting tho How under control, and
at last succeeded in capping tho well.
The How was struck nt n depth of
Measures have been taken to have
tho well carefully handled, and tho
value of the gas will bo at onco de
termined, if it proves to bo, as It
ts expected it will, found In large
quantities, it will be piped to this
city, and will solve tho problem of
cheap fuel tor inntiufuclutmg pur
poses. Los Angeles (Cal.) Herald.
Ml.Xl.ltAI. MILLS ON NAIIOVAL DI.KIiNSn.
Washington, March 20. General
Nelson A. Milus, in an inteivicw,
speaking of the army and navy and
National Guard, said: "In propor
tion to our wealth and population
Hie at in vis reduced lo an extreme
minimum; it is small, but most elll
cient. In intelligence, courage and
patriotism it will compare faoiably
with an, in the world. The same
may be -mid of the National Guard.
Yet, in older to have them propcily
equipped and prepaicd, one of two
thituis must be done; cither the press
of the country must tell the plain
truth and educate Hie public mind
up lo our ie.il condition and necessi
ties, or we must meet some disaster
that m.i check our piogiess and
Inn den us with a national debt that
would last lot another genciatiou.
Too much is expected of our navy,
it is ludicious to think of holding
the navy responsible for 1000 mites
of frontier. Fottillcations will some
day receive from the American peo
ple the consideration that such de
fenses deserve. The necessity for
some mobilization of the regular
army and tho National Guard must
be apparent to oveiy thinking man.
The obiect of the national encamp
ment to be held in August, 1S!)!J, will
be to piomote tho elllciency of tlie
National Guard, to give ollicers ex
perience in the handling of large
bodies of tioops, and promote a
fiaternal feeling between State troops
from all paits of the country."
Thcie is no danger fiom whooping
cough when C'hanibei Iain's Cough
Remedy is fro(h given. It liquefies
the touli, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. I also lessens
the severity and ficquoney of the
paroysms of coughing, and uimiics
a speedy iccovery. Theie is lint the
least danger in giving it to children
oi b-ibies, as it contains no injuiious
substance. .)0 cent bottles for sale
by all dealcri. Benson, Smith &
Guillen Rule Bazaar
IaUv A. Ii Smith's tiioro.
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
$5 Down & S5 a
Easy ! Easy ! Easy !
.MJST RROICIVKD FULL HOUND
With Miller-.Mogeo Talent Hacks. Also,
Full Bound, Half round, Cloth
FairM & Cole's Banjos.
Depot for WILL & KINCIC'S CELE
BRATED CUTLERY A SHAVING MATERIALS I
g0T The STAR SAFETY RAZOR
is the best! Got ono ami feel niitoi
nblo? It only costs !fti. Don't forget
wo keep a full lino of
And SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
SOAPS, HAIRBRUSHES, C0MB3. Etc.
Croquet, Lawn Tennis, Racquets, Etc.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
Jft! j& V SfJl'l'E of Furnished
jjgg A Rooms to let. Kiupilro
Mus. A.M. Jl ELLIS,
acaim 101j Foil hi , upstalis.
HOUSE & LOT tfOifc SALJi.
3VA (X , Young stieet. Iloiieo
&fuZ contains lo looms,
Hinffifif8n Kitchen, batluoom, etc. Lot
60x140 feet, Foi fiuthci piutlculais
upply to JOSE aiUDElROS,
370 lm Y'ouiiKstieet.
COTTAGE TO LET.
rpiIR totta;o on Hcliool
1 X etieet at nrtaunt oclu-
ffll -- 8,l(ilit llt l'"eiit octu
iS&dSiat nlml tiv Itnv. W II 11....,.
Poascsslon ghou Apill 1, 1802. For
iJuniciuurB uppiv iu
301 lm ALEX. J.'OARTWKIOilT,
Importer and Dealer hi
and Iron Ranges, Stoves and Fixtures,
S3rass&jsF v'$ mmm wm-
Housekeeping Goods Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY,
WHITE, GRAY AND SILVER-PLATED
SJ? Ml 5J4-J fiA
Ii V l ES
9 - S'JStW
Crocker?, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes,
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
uilders1 & Genesl Haidvwere,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WAKE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General Mrtflutise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
bK W IK G MAC 1-1 i JS ES.
Telephonen, No. 11!)
o t8 y
Jling Street, bet. Foit & A.'nkea treets,
IMPORI'ICR & DEALER IN
Groceries, ProvisioDs, Flour c Feed.
Tresh Californi?. Eoll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by evfry Etonmsrs fiom San Francisco.
gjST All oidi'io faitblully attended to and satisfaction guaianteed. Island
oideiti solicited and n.ickcil with une.
Telephones, No. 175.-
il.ili'oiui.i Wheat, Oat Hay, in laige and comprcj-sed bales; Bui ley, Rolled
Oi oiind B.u ley, California it New Zonlaud Ontu, Middlings, Bran, Corn,
Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drift, d Snow and Victor Flour t
: ST 12 X 'X-1 1.. X Vu 1 36. 1
yVu keep (oiibluutly 111 ttook the celebiatcd Fertilisers nianufuctuied by Mi.
i.. Hans of San Francisco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Dual and High Oiadu
iupor Phosphates', all of which can be had at bodiock prices.
tjsy fflUnd oidnrn Rolioitnd und hutiflfnotiou guaranteed. jg?3?
LEWIS & CO.,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail
By each Btcamoi of tho O. S. S. Co. from California, fresh Oalufornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fiesh California Fiuits, Fish, Qumo, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A comploto lino of Orosso & Bl.ickwoll's & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on baud. Also, just received a fresh lino of German
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Picbeived Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugai Cuicd Hums and Bacon, Now Breakfast Coieals, Cream Out
Flukes and Oioani Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Rivorsido
Oranges, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Eic. Satisfaction guaranteed.
P. O. Box MB.-
1 u u Km a
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received by ovory packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Fiosh California Produce by oveiy steamer. All 01 dors faithfully uttonded
to and Goods doliveied to any pint of tho city froo of charge. Island ordora
solicited. HiUisf.io.tion miut-iinteril 1-91
c. j. McCarthy,
Nkw Cummiup' Block, MuitoiiANr Siui:lt.
REAL ESTATE BROKE!
-Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Hunts Collected and Houses Rented.
..,- - o
g)69 Any business entrusted to 1110 will receive prompt attention, mjj3
-P. O. Box 372.
Ml 1111 -w
-Oor. Edinburgh & (jueou StH.
"& E 3 fl
B M C!W 1 a
-P. O. Box iiU7;
Ill Fort Street,
Dealers in Groceries & Provisions
-Tolophono No. 92.
AND DEALERS IN
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