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COUNEtt FOUT tt HOTISIj 8THF.KTS
k Grand Disulay of Wast Dress
Wo bog to inform tho Lndies tluit our ass-oilinuut of New Wish Dies1
Materials this season comprises full lines of Foieigi and Domestic impoi In
Special iitlcritiou is called tooui High Novelties utid our display this
bcuboii will be found tlio most conipiohonbive in clioico and lowest in pi'iec
over brought to tliis maikot.
Full LinoB of Bedford CordB,
Fino Twilled Llama Cloth.
Real Scotch Ginghams,
Fine French Pecales,
High Novelties in Figured Persian Gtflulls,
Choico BatiBte, Pine Apple Tissues, (enthely new),
Full Lino of India Linen, Plain and Figured Swisses.
ESP NAINSOOK and many other New Goods too numerous to mention.
N. 1$. Ladies in search of White Dress Materials will do well to in
spect our stock lirst, before puicliaMtig anywhere else.
8. EIlRLICll & CO.,
Collin Foil A. Hotel sti eel's.
PROF. DILMBt &. JAB&BR'K
I herewith appoint Mk. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of mv
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, "JO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIVED.
STEM CANDY MGTOF.
Practical Confectioner, Pastiy Cook k':
71 Hotel 8t. - Telephone 7 '
BE1VBB L SALOQi
Tho Bast Lunoh in Town,
Toa and Coffee at 111 Hoil
The Finest Brands of
A-lwivys on IJuml.
II. A. NOITH, Proprietor.
81 KING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manage.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
CHAS. T. CULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu,
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to La
Agent to Urant Mm i luge Licenses, Ho
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands of Pitt A.
Scott's Fi eight it Paicels Lxpicns,
Agents for the BiuJIiigton Route.
Real Estate Broker & imt.1
Bell Tele. U-18.laiffi,Miitmd Tele. 13'J.
P. O. Box -115.
VST Ovvioa: No. US Meiohiitit stieet,
Jlonoluhi, Oahu, Ii. 1. tun 2
PAPER HANGING I
(1 IVE J. L. Mkvkii tho Painter ft call
X and huvo your Paper Hanging done
piomptly and neatly. 130 Foit utiuet.
P. O, Box 387. Mutual Telephone
!62. 100 U
PirrQUo mM$& -Pnimpf'!
i p iin. -&3.fe l luuuu
ii nuRicluriug Jeweler s.
ALL KINDS OF
JBWBLBT M&DB to OBDBH
Lai 0 and Fine Stock In Hand.
ANYTHING YOU ORDER.
KiDg Street, between Nuuanu
Notice to the Public !
The Hawk Soup Works
Is till in eil-toiieo at tlic old st.iml,
Lcleo, ami h.is been o miico the ye.u
18.m. I .mi picp.uid to put up bo.ip at
the following pi ices:
$4.50 par Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
por 100 lbs, in Balk.
50 Cents each allowed foi empty con
tainer letuiiied in pood oitlci.
figy Weight foi weight no 11 val con
cern e.ui supply as good an aiticlo foi
the same pi ices.
BQrTlio only Puctkal So.ip lioilci
in the Hawaiian IsIhikK.
This Hotel has leccntly added a l.ngc
Single Rooms 1 Baths Attached
which wiu. in: llt
"WUJi or Wllliout JiouiMl.
J "- I HI! 11 KirHl-flUHH Kl-NtlltirMllt.-kJ
I WM. B. HOOPER,
i 2o0 Sin Manager.
Dafgus la Stone, Brick, Iron or Wood.
Modern, Cheap & Artistic Cottages
a Spccia'ty !
Plans, bpcellleutioiif., Contracts lnawu
and Ksthnak'B coinplelo tor eejy des
eilptlon of hulldliig, AImj, tlioiongh
hlipeiiuteiuleiice of coiiBtincliou.
BUILDINGS APPRAISED & LOTS SURVEYED.
t& Oi i iei:: Room No. !), 'pieoKiilh'
Block, up l-t'2
KtiEUTION f OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Agi leiiltui .il Company held
this day, tho following pcisons, weie
elected olllceis for the ciuieut yi ar:
Hon. O. R. Bishop Pi evident,
SainM C. Allen Viee-Picsidunt,
Geo. II. Robeitf-ou TieaMiiei,
J. O, Glutei beeietaiy,
Tom May Auditor,
S. C. Allen, Cluis. M. C'ooKo and V, O.
J. O. (MUTER,
Si-cty. Haw. Ag. Co,
Honolulu, ,1'in. 21, lb'J2, ;125 3ni
MONEY TO JJUIIJD IIOMISU.
IF vou have a lot, I will build you a
house, and fiiinl,-li tho money on
easy teiim. J. L. MEYER,
Mutual't'el. U(i2; P. O. llox :i87.
l.ate A. Ii. Sniit Ii'.h Store.
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
$ Down ( S5 a J
Easy Easy! Easy!
.IUST RECEIVED FULL HOUND
Willi Millei -Megee P itent I.iel.. Also,
Full Bound, Half Bound, Cloth
MM k Coin's Bais.
Depot for WILL & FINCK'rf CELK
BRATED CUTLERY A SHAVING MATERIALS I
S0- The STAR SAFETY KAZOlt
is the hot I Get one and feel hhmi
alile? Jt onh costs $2. Don't foi get
we kiep a full line of
And SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
SOAPS, HAIRBRUSHES, COMB. Etc.
Crouuct, LswnTcinis. Racquets. Etc.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
JUST A -
To romind you. (hat i( is
nearly two years bince we
cleaned your wnloh.
Ibii't it about linic to htive
her oiled up?
H. F. WICHMAN.
wi: aim; now in i'iiiumi nu:
i:vi:it iiiiotioiii 'io iionoi.ui.i',
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS !
Prices Lower than Ever !
Call ai 0 Examine !
WILDER & CO.
For Mouldings, Frames,
Pastels, Artotyput), Pholo
fjiavures, J0t!hingH ami
ovovytliinpr in tlio line ol"
piiidire.H, go 1 Kinjy .Bras.,
J lot el street.
.. vaMIiVA!"WA,a .
REIGN OF TERROR.
Hawaiian Historical Gleanings,
Kunnnkcwc, (lie Unliu Mun
JSalfi. In tho dark (lavs of aboriginal
ignorance and paganuin, when the
lays of civilization were yet far, far
away below tho horizon pf Hawaii
tiei, there lived a man named Kaa
nokowcat Halemano, Waialua moun
tains, who was notable for his in
humanity and love of human flesh,
which was unto him a favorite disli
and delicious repast.
To accomplish his purpose, in
stead of setting traps as he other
wise might have done to captnte his
prey, he selected a narrow passage
to the mountains, wlictc he was ac
customed to see people going for
iliewood and giceneries, and built
bis hut there. When the villagers
came, and as there was no oilier way
lothe woods, they had to pass through
the hul. When approaching they
arc accosted and demanded of the
purpose which brought them there.
After'reciting the principal ni Holes
they intend to bring they are allowed
to pass. On leturning their bundles
are critically examined, and if any
thing is found of which no mention
is made befoiehand it might havu
been a convolvulus vine used inlying
tho bundle together, or si fern leaf
or stray twig unnoticed, entangled
in the bundle the earlier is seized
and punished, and from the sum
mary tieatinent no appeal can lie
taken, while resistance is only an
Of all the strong and clever men
in hidaui hut (bouc-breaking wrest
ling), wlio tried their strength, none
returned to their homes alive. Stiange
to say that, notwithstanding Kaano
kcwe's extreme cruelly and the un
hiicceisful attempts of the villageis
to check his notorious caiccr, it had
never occuned to their minds to use
any violent means forgetting him out
of the way. Had they undertaken to
mob him Ins cleverness and strength
would have been brought to nought.
But such a way they considered iin
pioper and unfair, and would only
meet him face to face single-handed
in a tough and tumble tight which
was then as common and well-known
To bring the visitor to the habitude
of the tyrant, after leaving the for
mer residence of the Holt family,
following a cattle patli for three or
four miles, he is In ought in sight of
an old wooden building, also owned
by Holt, situated in a grove of Pride-of-India
trees. Leaving this struc
tuie behind for a short distance he is
on a narrow passage, on either side of
which is a steep piecipice. To the
prairie on which the structure stands
this narrow strip of land, which the
readei undoubtedly knows, without
being told, to be the site of the old
hut, connects a gradually ribing pla
teau, on which lay a Hat plate of
stone. It was of this stone com
ments had been made in tho Bui.i.i.iin
some tune ago of an ornamental en
graving encircling it. It was on this
stone the man-eater feasted on his
peculiar and highly favoied article of
diet. From this plate the plateau
leceived its name, which it bears un
to this day, as Ke-pa-ai-kanaka (the
plate in which man is eaten). Un
fortunately the stone is broken up
and every piece of it taken by curio
hunters. It is stated that it absorbed
so much fat that if fire was applied
grease would freely How from it.
Opposite tho plate and in Hie side of
tho pali was the imu, or oven, in
which the human victim was cooked.
Among Kaanokcwe's captive3 was
a damsel whom he spared and took
to be his wife. Hut when her rela
tives and friends came to pay her a
visit they were all killed and eaten
by her husband. One day her
brothci came to see her it happened
that Kaanokewe was in the valley
culthating potato. The sister lost
no time in iinpaiting to her biother
the habits and doiug3 of her hus
band, how strong and clever he wab
in liift, opening the mystery as il
weio how all who visited her never
tiaced their way back. The young
man, alter hearing his sister's un
pleasant and fearful story, imme
diately took leave of his sister, deter
mined to make a circuit of the island
in seai cli of an instructor who would
teach him luti, whereby hu might he
able to levenge tho loss of his rela
tives and free the country from such
Aruving home he made picpara
lions accordingly for tho journey and
commenced his travel round Koolati.
He gatheied point after point fiom
different instructors as he went along,
none of whom, however, was able to
give him the full course ho needed,
but received advice from them not to
return until he had made a circuit of
Kauai. Completing his tour around
Oahu he sailed for Kauai, where hu
was shown an old woman, who was
tho best instiuctor in hut on the
whole island. After receiving a
thorough education in the manly art
fiom her, he returned to meet his
foe, and after a haul and terrible
combat barely succeeded in gclting
his autugouist under a kukui tree
loot, where he lluibhed him by doub
ling him up and breaking his verlc
bnu, fleeing the district from such a
(ii.r yoiit noots and shoes made
and lupaiud by tho old Wailulai
bhuciunlvo), L, Toi:nnii:h, on East
Hotel blicet. Fust-class woik, low,
pi ices. 4-tt
At the request of .a
number of our patrons,
wo have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr W. Y. Itow,
iis a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has 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 lie wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
On and after May 1st,
SUs 1S!)2, the New and De-
itninJ&i;. shable Modem Residence
ioof the untlci slimed, on
Thin stou Avenue, containing Lai go Par
lor. Dining Room, Coiiscivaloiy, Two
licdiooins, Dicssliif; Room with Station
aiy W'aslistund and Cedar Wiudiolie,
IliHluoom wPli Patent I lo-et and hot
and Cold Walci iilticlui cut. Pantiles.
Chhri Cl(-et and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water lloiloi mid all attach
Luge and coincident Stable on the
picinises containing two lingo box-stalN,
c.uiiage. harness and feed looms, and
sen. nits quuilcis.
Ui omuls 2IHK2U0, beuutifullv laid out
and ten. iced The view is uifsin passed
Koi fuitlier partioulais tee
W. G. ASHLEY,
.SMi-tf O. H. it I.. Po.N Depot.
New Collage to Rent !
JjMNE Cottage with Pallor, Diuing
. loom Hall, 4 Lai go Heibooms,
Hath, Pautiy. Kitchen ami all model n
impio-,ciiicnts. lleictania stieet-caii
pass the dooi
EJ2P For fiuthcr iiifoimation apply to
o. J. McCarthy,
3"i Mei chant stieet.
ax i' Tr Nicely Furnished
dt?S-"s53 -L Rooms centidlly located.
rpwo Furnished Cottages,
X two looms in each. Rent
$11. Apply to
b. IS. PIERCE,
392 2w Coi . Foi t it Moichant sts.
VUVAL PREMISES, 31
HcictQiitL shi'i'l. unnn-
i site Foit-btieet Chinch. Ap-
R. I. LIU. IE,
AtThco. II. Davics it Co.
HOUSE & LOT VOK SALE.
ON Young stieet. House
contains live looms,
kitchen, liatluoom, etc. Lot
50x14(1 feet. For fuitlier pmticulais
apply to .IOsIO MEDEIROS,
370 1m Young stieet.
''pilE HoiihC now occupied
uy T. biuiiii, Esii.. on
ISeteiauia stieet next to Mr.
Loe. Possession given on the lr of
May next. For paiticulais hwpiltu at
the Custom House.
Mi tf G. E. HOARDMAN.
,NE Piece Land ."KM 20
feet, near car line and
has a line sea view: 15 min
utes' walk to PontOlllce. Water main
l litis thiough the lot. Pi lee ('75; $175
cash balance In one and two yeius; In
tel est 7 pel cunt seemed by moitgago;
titlu the best; no chaigu foi papcis,
Euipiho at this otlleu. ilb'.i 2w
I QUARTERLY dividend is duo and
l. pajahlu to the stoekholdeis of the
Inter-Island btcain Navigation Com
pany, at llieh olllco on THURSDAY,
W. IL MoLHAN,
Honolulu, Apili 12, 1892. Ill) I 3t
1 SPKINOFHSLI) MO-Llght (JasMa
f chine in complete woiUlug oidcr
and guiiiaiiteed. Will liu sold upon
fuyoiahlo teiuis o thu puichiiser. Also
a fuw Handsome Fhtines. Apply to
'MO tf King stieut.
Island Shells and Curios !
WHOLESALE and letail, cheap for
cash, at 101 Foil stieet, between
Eltleis diy goods btoio and Fiauk
Oeit.'s shoe stoic,
8M tf T. TANNATT.
Picture- Frames made to
order from latest styles of
moulding. Renovation of
old pictures a specialty at
King Bros., Hotel street.
-Importer uml Dealer in
Steel and. Iron Ranges. Stoves and Fixtures,
1 J.Z1- - I.-"
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE YARIETY,
WHITE, GRAY AND SILVER-PLATED
LAIVSF8 - AISO - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER MtEAK WARE,
Cutlery & general Merchandise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX A GIBB'S, AND RliMINGION
bE WING MACHINES.
Telephones, No. IP.).-
j? SB &a'Q?a 0 B tLS O E CS 'i? .5 IhrBQ vUlifi iviUjiui
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by (.very steamers from San Francisco.
63" All ordeiH faithfully ulicmled to uml b.itisfnetioii guaranteed. Island
oideid bolioited and n.ieked with eaic.
relephones, No. 175.-
5ca a Bf"
Sa ZjC !,
O.iliiornia Wheat, O.it Hay, in largo and eonipieshed bales ; Barley, Rolled
fe Uiounil B.nlej', Califoinia ,t New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bum, Coin,
Clacked Com, Wheal, Elo., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drift d Snow and Victor Flour
: ' Ifl 1 rX X J- 1 X lii li S-i :
vVc keep eoiibtantly in ttock the eelebutted Fertilieis niaiiufiicluied by Mr.
A. M.uib of San Fiancihco, m.. : Bonu Meal, Wool Uurit and High Grade
"upei Phosiihules, till of which can be hud uL bediock piices.
&fi& Tf-Und ordeih nolieilcd and i.ntihtaction guaiiuitoed. ia.g
LEWIS & CO..
llONOLULU, II. L,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail
By each steanior of tho O. S. S. Co. fiom Califoinia fresh California Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fiesh Califoinia Fruits, Fisii, Game, VegotnbleB,
etc., otc. A complete line of Giotto & BlaekwelPs & J. T. Moiton's Ciuini'd
& Bottled Goods always on hand. Also, jubt leceived a fiehli lino of German
Pates and Putted Meats mid Bottled Piceon-ed Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Multeso
Biaud, Sugar Cuied llaiiis and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cieam Oat
Flakes and Cieam Wheat Flukes, Sicily .Lemons and California Riverside
Oi.inges, Oiegon Builiauk l'otatoi's, Etc., Eto., Etc. Satisfaction guarautecd.
p. o. Box iir. &$&&r
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods leceived by every packet from Etibtein States and Europe,
FiObh Califoinia Piodneo by every bteanior. All oiderw faithfully attended
to and Goodb delivered to any pint of Ihe city free of charge isliuid oiders
solicited, Hiilisfai'tioii miurHntMl 1-01
c. J. McCarthy,
Ni.w Oiimminh Block, Muhoiiant Si'i:i:t.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
bOLiauoit rou tiii: '',
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FUUC INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTEND Kl) TO.
Reiils Collecti'tl mid Houeob Rented, ,
Any biibini'sa entitibled to mo will iceeivu prompt ultuutiou, jg($
- . , y .wiLs'ga
t'JWi'S jH,r)w r.Ti . i." . "t.jM"i
-P. O. Box "172.
-Oor. Edinburgh & tiueen Sts.
-JStJflT P. O. Box 297.
Ill Fort Street,
Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
-Telephone No. i2.
ciTYi-iE & BRO.,
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