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COltNISK POUT tt
Spring Opening! Spring ; Opening I
k GraM BiSBlay of Wash Brass Fabrics ! i
We beg Id inform tltu Lailien Hint oui assortment of New Wash Dies
Materials Ibis season comprises full linos of Foreig i and Domestic linpoi la
linliH. Special ulloiiliiiu is called In our High Nowltien and our display lhi
f-fiipon will lie found the most compivhciit.iu' in choice and lnvvM in pili'i's
over hi ought lo this nuitk'ct.
Full Linos of Bedford Cords, ""
Pino Twilled Llama Cloth.
Kenl Scotch GinghnmB,
Tiuc Trench TccileB,
High Wovelties in Figured Persian Epulis,
Choice Batiste, Pine Apple Tissues, (entirely now),
Full Line of India Linen, Plain and Figured. Swisses
13P NAINSOOK and many other Now Goods loo numinous lo mention.
N. 15. Ladies tu beatch of White Dress Materials will do well lo in
spect our block first, tiefoie pin chasing unywheio else.
S. MUUblCIl & CO.,
Coiner Fort it Hotel stieets.
PR0. M.mBfl B. JABGBR U
I herewith appoint Mit. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the side of mv
Genuine Sanitary Undoiclothiug in
the Hawaiian Islands. Uewaie i f ,
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
SluUgarl, the 19th of September, "JO.
A FULL ASS0R1WNUST ARKIVEL.
stem mm nmi
AND Jtt.V K.ISKY.
Practical Confectioner, Pastiy Cook V.
71 Hotel St.
Tito foat Lunoli in !(
Tea aDfi CofFeu at )i Rouj
The Finest Urands of
A,lwayH on I J unci.
H. JJ. Nfr, S'roiM-iex.f.
Si KING STKKKT,
G. J. WALLEB, - - Managm .
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
Notary Public for the Island of Oaliu,
Agent to Take Acknowledgments m La
Agent to Grant Man luge Lleeiiren, Ho
Agent for tho Ilawidlnn iFlauds'of J'itl .V
Scott's Ft eight it Paicelb i:pu-.
Agents for the IJuilliigton Jfoute.
Real Estate Broker & 'XWW.1
Hell-Tele. ais.tBaiaMuliiid Tele. lii.
P, O. Uox I If).
tSy On'iCK; .No.Iiy Meivluuil etieel,
Honolulu, Onhu, II, I. 1" ''-
PATJ5K HA IS 11 NG I
G- 1 VK J, L. Mkvku the Painter u call
r and have your Pajier Hanging done
promiillv uml neatly, l0 Kot stitet,
P. O. ilox S87. Alutual 'J'eh'phone
lllu III 11 -J iVj& Ji
ALL kinds of
1iigc ami Kine Stock in Hand.
Null mi if ."ixioiis,
ANYTHING YOU ORDER.
King Street, between Miami
Notice to the Public !
Tins Hawaiian top Works
Is -till in cxi-teiiee at the old stand,
LHeo, ami Ins liecu o -hice tlie year
lho.i. I .mi pii'p.iH d lo put ill) hoap til
Hie following piiee-j:
$4.50 por Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
par 100 lbs. in Bulk.
i SO Outs each .illowed foi empty eon-
taliieie letiiiued in ""d older.
ftf Wi-Ijht tor weight no n vali -
ueiii can upply as ood an ai tide for
the same piiucs.
Tho only Practical Soap lioilei
in the lluwidi.iii Islands.
Hotel lias reiently added a huge
Sinle Rooms Ballls Attaclied
iiioii wii.i, m: i,i:t
Willi ill' NVUllouL Jtotll'd.
itA1ni si MihI-cIiihn Hi'slaiiiiuil.-a
WM. B. HOOPER,
a.-iO;im Jla nager.
Pelmer & Richardson,
1 Do'!gQS ia Stoue, Brick, Iron or Wood.
Modern, Cheap & Artistic Cottages
I a Spccia ty !
Plans, speeillc.uioiis, Coiilra-ts Iiawii
and KntiinatB-i loniplute for oveiydui
ciljition of huildilig. AImi, tlniioilgh
siipeiinteiulence of coin-lllli'tloil.
BUILDINGS AI'l-R-MbEO & LOTS SURVEYED.
t& Oi I H'l.: Jtooui Xo. !i, JlH,LUll,
llloek. ap 1-H2
ISLBCl'ION of OKFIOHHH.
AT the. niimi.il iiieeliiig of the Ha
Ihlb day, the following peisons weie
elected olllceia for the ciuicntyear:
Hon. C, It. llli-hop... ..... Pi csldent,
Sillll'l C Allen Vicu-Piesldent,
Geo. II Huheitsoii Tie.iMiier,
,1. O. Cillter Hecietaiy,
Tom Maj Auditor.
S. l Allen, t'lUh. M. CooKe.and W. 0.
heel j. Haw. Ag. Co.
Honolulu, .Pin. al, IhUi. aw .tin
AIONKVTO JJU11-0 IIOMISS.
V von have a lot,
i will build you a
I hoiie, and (mulsh the money
I. L. MICYKK,
1110 Foil iicct.
Mutual Tel. CC2; P. O. liox a&7.
Golfa Me Bazaar
liiito A. Ij. Smlth'p Sloro.
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
S5 Down k S5 a Month
Easy! Easy! Easy I
JUST RECEIVED FULL HOUND
With Miller-Mcgee PUent Backs. Also,
Foil Bound, Half Bound, Cloth
1$ o o h: t$ i
Fitak & Cole's Banjos.
Depot for WILL & FINCK'S CELE
BRATED CUTLERY & SHAVING MATERIALS 1
g0T The STAR SAFETY RAZOR
is the besskl (Jet one and feel mi'-ei-able?
It only oots $2. Don't forget
we keep a full lino of
And SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
SOAPS, HAIRBRUSHES, COMBS. Etc.
Croquet, Lawn Tennis. Racquets, Etc.
:t77J ri:oi'i!ii:iou. I(w
o remind yon.
tli;it U is
neiii'ly two years .since
cleaned your wsitch.
Isn't it itliont time to
her oiled up?
H. F. WICHMAE.
if UnfLa&n a
wr. Am: now iti:ci:iviNu rui:
G KIDATRST VA RIICTY
i:vi:i: iiiioiHiirr 'io iioNoi.ui.t'.
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS !
Prices Lowor than Ever !
Gall iu i Examine !
! WILDER & CO.
For MouhliiitfH, Fninics,
I'usttilH, ArtotypoH, Pholo
nivurcH, JiJtchliiKH and
ovorytliinp: in tho lino of
jilctnioH, jo lo Kiiij? liroH,,
Kan FiiAKCisco, Apiil 1, 1892.
l'ACH'IC COAST HUMS.
An aeeident oecuired tit the Vul
can Iron Works in litis city last
week. A molding-llask weighing
from, 1000 to v120l) pounds sllppoit
and fell upon a man named John
(Jioniu, crushing him almost beyond
n cognition. It also eriously in
jtued a man named Owen McDonald.
1'ietty Anita Ualdwin, daughter of
"Luek" lhildwin, has caused a lit
tle newspaper novelt, for herself liy
doiiiiiir with and marrying her
cousin, George IJnldwin, who has
been employed in the Ualdwin Hotel
in this city. They were mairied on
the high seas.
While Mrs. Terry was going about
in sadly dilapidated and shabby at
tire, in her rooms at Fresno where
seven or eight trunks Idled lo over
flowing willi her wardrobe, contain
ing silk stockings cheap at V2f a
pair, beautiful lace .it '$f0 a yard,
cosily silks and other dross materials
made and unmade, bonnets worth
not less than SI 00. A rough esti
mate of the value of her wardiobe
reaches close to $8000. Sho has,
worn only the plainest dresses since
her husband's death and most of the
time been exceedingly shabby.
The S. I Gall is doing a
ia a goon
work in its elfoit to abolish the prac
tice of selliii" cigarettes to boys un
der sixteen years of age. A number
of the San Francisco ictail dealers in
tobacco have agreed to lelusc to sell
to boyo under that age, when the
Call had seemed fifty signers lo their
anti-cigaietto plan. It woiked like
a cliai in and they were not long in
getting all the signers they desired.
The KxaiiiTnor will send twenty of
California's In ightest school-children
to Chicago to attend the World's
Fair. Each class in eveiy giauunar
bchool in the State will select by bal
lotthe candidate who is to repro
scnrtheiu in the contest. They will
be examined and those who excel
will be brought together and given a
final test befote the State Supeiiu
lendent of Schools, and the twenty
who pass the examination with most
honor will go to the Fair. They will
make the trip in a special car, stop
at the best hotel in Chicago and see
everything that is wortli seeing.
Ex-Senator .las. G. Fair had a nai
row escape from deatli by asphyxia
tion one night last week. His valet
dill not succeed in entirely turning
off the gas. One of the employees of
the hotel while passing lliiough the
corridor discovered the gas was escap
ing. Mr. Fair was bieailiing heavily
and in a .semi-conscious condition.
The steam schooner Ventura went
lo pieces on Ihe rocks at HocUpoil,
(luring a stormy night lasU week.
The steward, botli eugincers, one
lireman, and one sailor lost their
lives. The crew had a fcaful strug
gle for life in the boiling waters, and
it was a miracle that any of them
were saved. The lo-s exclusive of
the lumber cargo is 110,000, on
which there was no insurance.
The Nicaragua Canal Convention
was called to older at the ineeting
looin of the Chamber of Commerce,
by M. M. Estee last Tuesday morn
ing and the place was packed, com
posing the most prominent citizens
ol San Fiancisco, together with a
huge number of country delegates.
After the election of ollicets, Pi evi
dent Uoyle said: "lorty yeais ago
1 was at Nicaragua in the interest of
the company which proposed lo con
struct tho canal. English money
was behind the pi eject at lliat lime,
but after studying the situation well
the English capitalists withdrew, be
cause they recogni.ed the fact that
the opening of the canal would give
to the United Slates, and not to Eng
land, pre-eminence in controlling the
coinmeice of the Pacific Coast." The
chairman spoke of the surveys which
had been made, on the isthmus and
in its vicinity, and said that eminent
engineers iiad concluded that the
present proposed route of the canal
was the only "one that was practica
ble. On a map lie traced the line
of the canal fiom San Juan del
Norte, otherwise Gicytown, on the
Atlantic side, to Urito, on the PacW
lie, a distance of 1G9A miles, of whioli
but 2(5! miles will be excavated
channel, the remainder lying a'ong
and tluough livers, lakes and basins.
The highest point on the canal will
be at Lake Nicaragua, 1 10 feet
above the sea, on account ot which
rise six locks will bo required, three
at either end. AH' but 1(5: miles of
the canal will be level.
Mr. Estee then read a letter fiom
Senator Warner Miller, President ol I
the Nicaragua Canal Construction
Company, which stated that dining
the past'year about 7,000,000 has
been expended chiclly upon the ex
tcusiou of the raihoad and upon the I
dredging of the canal pioper, begin-
mng at the liaibor of Greytown. The
memorial winch will be hcul to Con
gress represents: "That the con (
slruetion of tho Nicaragua Canal is
necessary to the successful defense
of the Pacillc i oast in time ol war,
uml lo the commercial success of the
whole nation iu time of peace. That
when this canal shall be completed
the distance by water between San
Francisco ami New Yotk will be
shortened by ueailv 10,000 miles.
The sailing time between San Fran
cisco to New Orleans will, then not
exceed twelve days, to New York
sixteen days, to Liverpool twenty
one days. As most bulky articles
lable heucllt Reasonable freight
charges can then ho looked for, etc."
Mr. Estee lemaiked, "We are not
prepared lor war with England and
are snipped b water, tlio inauiitac-1 win ami .xow I'oiiugaieii lion, Mluton
luring States 'of the East aud North ' '''V'' '.tW? TIJi:'" """IS'1"1 M'''s u"!'
and the great p.oducing States of the I ft fflaW bU,,rt'
vc-t ami houui will receive incaicii- Etay Olllce and Yaul: Cor.
will not be until the Nicaragua Canal
is built." Tho meeting was a very
Saiony & Co. of this city and a ,
man named Gade of Honolulu have I
been victimized by G. Leighton hall- i
ing from Sydney, Australia, lie '
met Gade on the steamer. They ar- .
rived here February 10th and put up j
al the Palace Hotel. Leighton seem- .
ed lo have plenty of money and the
pail Visited all the best restaurants ,
and theatres, drinking, carousing and
having a good time generally. Finally i
Leightou's money gave out, and Gade j
loaned him $250 until a draft came.
lie went from one hotel lo another i
and finally devised a little sugar i
scheme which he eairied out very I
successfully, lie lepresented lo L. I
Sarony A: Co., wholesale candy
nianufaelureis, that he had some
sugar which he must sell immediately.
Sarony '.ook II 15 bugs sugar and
Leighton walked off wilh a certilled
cheek for S 1(100 lie had previously
icpiesenled himself to Sleelo it Co.
as a clerk of Marsicano & Co., and
asked him to deliver immediately lo
the II rm !'20 bags of leliued sugar.
The order was accepted and then
Leiiihton ic(iuc3ted Muisicatio lo
give him stoiage for a few days which j
was done. Sleelo & Co. sent their
bill to Marsyjano, a detective was
called in and Sarony & Co. were
notilicd that the sugar had been
stolen. In the meantime Leighton
had given Gade SJ0 on account and
lied to paits unknown, leaving his
Honolulu friend to mourn the loss ot
82110. Leighton tried the same game
on J. 1). Spreckcls & llros., hut it
did not work.
The Press Club gave a reception
al their club rooms last Tuesday
night. Max O'Kell was present and
contributed very much to the enjoy
ment of the occasion.
There is a hole in the ground on
the new post olllce site that is the
object of almost as much attention as
a gold mine would be, for they are
boring energetically for mud. If
they strike it in sulllcient quantities,
what they want is quantity not
quality, it will doom tho post ollice
site and it will hereafter be known to
fame as that bog.
"I liae just recoveied from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
sajs Mr. .las. '). .limes, publisher of
the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chainbeilain's
Couh Itcmcdy, and I think with
consideiable success, only being iu
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for tho llrst attack. The
second attack I am satisfied would
hae been equally as bad as the first
but for the use of this remedy, as I
had lo go to lied in about six hours
after being 'struck' with it, while in
the lii st case I was able to attend to
business about two days before get
ting 'down.'" .")() cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. I.onson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Al OPPORTUNITY !
At the request, of it
numbiM' of our patrons,
we luiVL' concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. AV. Y. Uov,
:ts a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
ter Coloring;, tree of
Mr. How hits been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
HAVE 1'our Hue IluKldeuci' Site),
I situated on l illtni stiff i, for bale.
The Lots hao a fioulattti of IM feet on
Pilkol btieet and me SOU feet deep, ale
nicely laid out In fmil and bliiule licc
I and aie all eoveied with gr.it-s; walei
, laid on tluoiigboiit, Tim i-ltimlinii ol
these Lots and the limited number make
ll uect'bsaiy that Intending piucliascm
blioiild maku emly application to liio
! iiiideinigued, fiom wlioin all p.ulieiiliir.s
I cm he had. .IAS. l- MORGAN.
I K. It. THOMAS,
J CONTHACTOIl aud MULDER.
i Kslbiiates given on all kinds of Diick,
, lion, Stone and Wooden Itulldliigs. All
kinds of. loliliiutr In lliu lliillillnir Trade
attended to Keep fur sale Hilek, Lime,
lA'incill, lion Biono i'lpe mill Klltlll;
Smith btieelH. Olllce Iloius: 8 to Vi
A. si., and 1 to I p. si,
tsar-Telephones; Dell, 351: Mutual,
117. Hedueucu; Mutual, 410. P.O.
Dox, 117. 129 ly
Intnorlflr and Dealer in
Steel and Iron Ranges. Stoves anil Fixtures,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, QUAY AND SILVER-PLATED
LAUPS - AUD - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water aud Soil Pipes,
Plumbing, Tin, Copper arid Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' & Goneial Hardware
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOfDS,
AGATE WAKE? TIN WAKE, NEVER HREAIv WARE,
Cutlery & General Ilercliandise,
Blake's Steam Fumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, ND RliMINGTON
Telephone, No. ),
mm. nmim, immm mum,
King Street, Lot. Fort. & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed,
""" Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
AMV.WB ON HANI).
Now Goods received by every steamers from Sau Francisco.
gj$ All older faitlitully attended lo and batisfaclion guaranteed. Island
oideiti bolicited and lucked with caie.
- - &$&f
UmOU FED CO., L'd,
OFtfER FOR SALE
I'jli'orni.i Wheat, Oat Hay, in large and compressed bales; Barley, Rolled
k (liound lint ley, California it New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Coin,
Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
: If iC Xt 'V ILIZ lfl S :
.Ve keep constantly in stock the celebrated Feitilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of Sau Franeihco, viz.: Done Meal, Wool Dust and High Oiade
iupoi Phosphates, all of which can be had at bediock prices.
B32T" Island orders .solicited and Mitihfaction guaranteed. jBCS
LEWIS & CO.. Ill Fort Street,
Importers, Wholesale & Mail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
Dy each steanior of the O. S. S. Co. fiom California fiesh Calafornia Roll
Butter, Fro.on Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of CroubO & UlackweU'u & J. T. Morton's Canned
it Bottled Goods always on baud. Albo, just icceived a fresh lino of German
Pales and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'h Maltese
Biand Sugar Cmed Hams and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flukes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oraniies, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Eic. Satisfaction guaranteed,
P, O. Box IJ5,
IMPOIfl'ERS AND DPiALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Gooda received by every packet fiom Eastern States and Europe,
Fichb California Piodiieo by every Hteanior. All oideis faithfully attended
lo and Goods delivered to any pait of the city free of chiuge. 1 bland orders
rtolioiled. SatiHfaolion miaraul'ed. 1-91
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:w CtiMMiNb' Bi-ook, Mkiiouant STiuarr.
RFiAL ESTATE- BROKER.
boi.uuioit ron tiii:
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Ronta Collected and Houses Rented.
Any biiaiiiusu entiubted to me will icceivo prompt attention. jjg3
O. liox 872.
Cor. Edinburgh it Queen Sts.
arad Victor Flour I
-P. O. Dox 297.
Telephone No, 92.
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MclNTYRE & BRO.,