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PmK BY AUTHORITY.
Homcstoad Lots in South Koiin,
Notk-e is Iwreliy given:
1 ThatlMits in Knlnnmkowali, South
Koiin, IlaMiiij luivo been set nv'irt fur tin
linvposuotr conveying o wi per-mni as
niav w!sli to acquire homesteads upon
wlileh to live. i
'.2 !Maps of tliou Lots can be examined
nt the l.nnd Olllee, Interior Department,
Honolulu, or nt the olllee of .1. V. Kual
niokti.at Pahoehitc, S. Komi, Hawaii.
;i,j, Kunlmuku will point out the
Uits tonny per-on desiring to see thorn,
foruhieli sendee he will be ontltled to 11
leo of $1 from the person applying.
4 Persons who may desire lits shall
apply in writing to the. Minister of the
Interior upon a blank form, copies of
whleh may bo obtained free of said .1.
6 No application will be considered from
lversons who already own land.
1 Kvery applicant must be of full ago.
7 Tho applicant will be allowed ten
years in which to pay for tho land, during
which time it will lie exempt from ta.us.
8 lie must within one year build a
dwelling hou-o on the. Ixit and begin to
occupy the same, and continue to occupy
it for the remainder of the term of ten
0 He must within three years enclose
the Ixits with a substantial fence.
10 He must pay quarterly in advance
interest upon tho unpaid purchase price at
the rate of 5 percent per annum. The
purchaser may pay the whole or any part
of tho purchase price at any time, which
will stop interest.
11 The preliminary agreement is non
assignable, and the lantl cannot be sold
until all conditions are fulfilled.
12 Failure to comply with any of the
conditions will work a forfeiture of the
c. x. spkncpi;,
l'.)S-.'!t Minister of the Interior.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tho process of Deepening the
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will lie in operation night
At night there will be a Danger Signal
placed on the forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can be
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The Signal consists
of :$ Ited lights and a
"White light as in
tho diagram the red
lights being about 3
feet apart, with tho
white light in the
All steamers cross
ing the liar will stop
at a safe distance from tho Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from tho Dredger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing Craft in pass
ing tho Dredger when necessary.
C. X. Sl'KXOKIl,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ulllce, March !), 1M).
SALE OP LEASE
Of the Pacific Mail Warehouse, Espla-
nado, Honolulu, On.hu.
On Thursday, August IS, W.U, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolanl
Hale, will be sold at l'ubllo Auction the
Lease of the Paeiiie Mail Warehouse, situ
ate on the Ksplanade, Honolulu, Oahu.
Terms: Lease for 5 years. Upset 1'ricu,
$.r(U0 per Annum, payable semi-annually in
Possession of the above Warehouse will
be given October 2S, lfelL'.
C. X. SFIONCKIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, July li), lb02.
SALE OF A PIECE
Of Government Land, on Nuuanu
Stroot, Honolulu, Oahu,
On WEDNESDAY, September II, lftti,
nt 12 o'clock noon, tit thu front cntranco of
Aliiolanl Hale, will lio hold at public auc
tion, a I'icco of Government Land, xituato
on tint southeast si'le of Nuuanu htreel,
above Second Itriilgc, and below Jmlil
Htrcet, containing nu area of -'S-llnl of an
Acre, 11 little more or Iu&m.
Up-ct price, $.riOO.
V. X. SIMONCIOU,
Miiiirte.r of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, August HI, lb!).'.
Holders of Water Privilege, or tbo-.e
paying Water Pates, aie hereby untitled
that, owing to the drouth and the Miarclty
of water in tho Government Pescrvolrs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion piirpo.se? ure from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
anil S il (I o'clock 1; m., until further notice,
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works,
0, N, Bpknokii,
. Milliliter of tho Interior,
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 5, 189i
Owing to tho drought und warolty of
water, the residents vmuka of Judd street
ure retpiested to collect what wuter they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A, M,
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Superintendent Honolulu Wuter Works.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 161)-'. H)3.tf
When you want a Purtrttit Jinlurycd
call on. King lirox., yet their Price LM,
uml tee Sinnpltu. They can't be beat!
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Koroign Ofllco Notice.
KoiimiiN Outer., I
IIoNII1HI.li, August 1(1, ls).M
TliU dnv had audience of the Queen,
Monsieur A. Vi.zavona, Acting Commis
sioner and I'on'ul of Kronen.
lioar-Adniiral 11. M. 1'arrayon, Com-umnder-in-Cliicf
of tho Freiieh Naval Divi
sion of the Paellle.
Captain K. Pesson, Commanding l' K. S.
Dr. Maurlit, Division Surgeon, V. F. S.
M. l'llvard, Commissary of the Division,
V. V. 8. "Duliourdlcu."
ltcv'd Cnslnior l'arinctier, Chaplain of
the Division, V. F. S. "Duliourdlcu."
Lieutenant ih Silans, Aidc-de-Cainp, F.
V. 8. "Dubouidieu."
Lieutenant Anielot, Aide-de-Camp, 1
F. H. "Duliourdlcu."
Lieutenant do Itcausaoq, F.F.S. "Dubour
dleu." Lieutenant Lidln, F. 18. "Dubourdieu."
Lieutenant Germain, F. V. S. "Dubour
dieu." Chief engineer Latty, K. F. S. "Dubour
dieu." Knsign Gamault, K. F. S. "Dubourdieu."
Dr. Piano, Surgeon of the 2nd Class, F.
F. S. "Dubourdieu."
M, Muhand, Assistant Commissary, F. F.
Midshipman .lulien Latorrierc, F. F. S.
Midshipman 10. Loizeau, F. F. S. "Du
liourdlcu." Midshipman 10. Loizeau, F. F. S. "Du
bourdieu." Midshipman de la Martlnieve, F. F. S.
Midshipman Houdeleux, F. F. S. "Du
bourdieu." Midshipman 10. de Prudes, F. F. S. "Du
bourdieu." Midshipman 11. do Verthamon, F. F. S.
To which audience Monsieur A. Vizza
vona was introduced by His lOxccIlcney
Hon. Samuel Parker, Her Majesty's Minis
ter of Foreign All'airs, Monsieur Vizzavona
presenting Uear-Adniiral 1'arrayon, who
then presented his stall" ollieers and the
ollleers of the F. F. S"Dubourdiou."
On his presentation to the Queen Jtear
Admiral 1'arrayon addressed Her Majesty
in Fronch, of which address the following
is a translation:
1 am happy and proud in being permit
ted to present to Her Majesty tho Queen
tho ollieers of the "Dubourdieu." May Her
Majesty be pleased to accept the most sin
cere best wishes of these ollieers and their
Admiral for the Queen, the Government
and the Hawaiian people. 1 am sure in
this of being tlie interpreter of the wishes
of my Government and the whole French
Her Majesty was pleased to accord a
most gracious reply.
Her Majesty was attended on this occa
sion by II. it. II. Prince Kawananakoa,
His Excellency Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Gov
ernor of Oahu, His Excellency Hon.
Samuel Parkcq, Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, His Excellency Hon. II. A. Wide
niaun, Minister of Finance and Attorney
General, ml interim, His Excellency Hon.
C. X. Spencer, Minister of the Interior,
First Associate Justice 11ml Vice Chancel
lor, Hon. It. F. Itlukertou, Hon. J. 8.
Walker, President of the Legislature, Ma
jor the Hon. .las. V. Itolieitsou, Chamber
lain of the Household, Colonels tho llon
orables C. P. laiikca, W. H. Cornwell, 10.
K. Lilikalaui, and John IMchardson, Colo
nels James H. lioyd and Henry F. liertol
mann, and Major Samuel Now lein of the
Stall' of the Governor of Oahu.
Tho following Ladies of the Court were
also in attendance on Her Majesty: Mrs.
Parker, Jrtrs. Spencer, Mrs. Widemann,
Mrs. lfiekorton, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs.
Clark. VM lt-31 It
Foreign Office Notice.
Olllcial notico having been given that
during thu temporary abtence of
I A. SOHAEI'Elt, Eq.,
Consul for Chill,
Mill discbarge the functions of that ofllco
as Acting Consul, all persons are hereby
required to give full faith and credit to till
the olllcial acts of the said Julius Hoting,
Minister of Foreign Allah's.
Aliiolnni Hale, Aug. 17, 18!):!.
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Foreign Oitlco Notice.
Olllcial notice having been given
duiing the temporary absence of
A. SCH A EKE it, Emj.,
Consul for Italy, .
JULIUS HOTIXn, Esq.,
will discharge tho functions of that olllee
as Acting Consul, all persons are hereby
required to give full faith and credit to all
olllcial acts of tho said Julius Hoting,
Esq. SAMUEL PA PKEP,
Minister of Foreign Ad'alrs.
Aliiolanl Hale, Aug. 17, lb!).'.
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Foreign OHico Notice.
Olllcial notice having been given that
duiing tlie temporary absence of
.1. F. HAOK.FELD, Esq.,
Consul for Belgium,
II. F. OLADE, Esq.,
will discharge tho functions of tliut olllco
as Acting Consul, all persons are lieicby
required to give full faith and credit to all
the olllclal acts or tho said If. F. (Hade,
Esq. SAMUEL PAHKEIt,
.Minister of Foreign Alliiirs.
Aliiolanl Hale, Aug. 17, IK!)-'.
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Foreign Ofiico Notice,
Olllclal notice having been given Unit
during the temporary absence i
.1. F. 1IACKFELD, Kmj.,
Acting Vice-Coiisul for Hutsiii,
JI. F. OLADE, Eo.,
will discharge the functions of that olllee
us Acting Viee-Consul, all persons ure
hereby required to give full fuitli and
credit to all tlie olllcial acts ofthesuid
II. F. (liade, Esq.
Minister of Foreign Allaire.
Aliiolanl Hale, Aug. 17, lb!).'.
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Foreign Ofllco Notice
Olllclal notice is hereby given that
imucio OAUTWUUmT. Kq.,
has been provisionally recognized by tho
Department of Foreign All'airs. as Acting
Consul for Peru, pending an olllclal ap
pointment by tlit' Peruvian Government,
and all persons aro hereby required to give
full faith and credit to nil the olllclal acts
of tho said llruce Cartwrlght, Esq., until
SAMUEL PA 11K10I!,
Minister of Foreign All'airs.
Aliiolanl Hale, Aug. 17, IS!).'.
I!W U-31 It
A reward of Twenty l$2n) Dollars will be
paid for the conviction of the person or
persons who stole a Danger Lantern from
King sheet, near A Input street, on the
night of August loth, or for the detection
of any person committing any similar
HONOLULU ltOAD UOA1M),
W. It. Cuninilngs, ltoad Supervisor.
Honolulu, Aug. 17, 1M2. HW-tf
Ml!. W. 10. 11. DEVEItlLL has been ap
pointed by tho Hoard of Education, School
Agent for tho District of Hannlel, on the
Island of Kauai, in place of Mr. Chas.
Koelling, who has resigned.
Hv order of the Hoard of Education.
W.J AS. SMITH,
Olllee of the Hoard of Education,
Aug. in, ll.. IIKISUIiSt
Vb-thjeil lo neither Srvl nor I'tirtij,
Jlnt 'KiilnblMwt! for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17, 185)2.
Tho visit iny Admirals dosorvo iho
yralitudo of tho community for
sending thuir bands ashoro to enter
tain tho people along with tho Royal
Tho Special Committee's oxposuro
of tho Lime-worn fallacy that Hono
lulu receives more bonotit from Gov
ernment expenditures than it con
tributes in tho way of rovenuo might
bo followed with prollt by an equally
exhaustive and complete refutation
r oth 'r t'liio honored but fallacious
shams in our Legislature's vocabu
The witnesses required in the
boating of iho Lanai atrocity cases
wore dimi!cd to their homes yos
torday Jitter being detained in jail
for about four mouths to meet the
ends of justice by being ready to
testify when called on. As these
were witnesses in criminal eases no
expenses aro allowed thorn. They
received t lioir food and lodging in
tho jail and a free passage to and
from their homes. Now they say
1 hoy aro in diilieulty for mouoy to
pay their taxes. Yet tho Govern
ment has no fund tit its disposal to
meet cases like this. Tho law makes
these hardships possible and tho
Legislature should provide tho
necessary remedies. These bo prac
tical deeds, O law-makers!
Mons. Vizzavona, the Acting
French Commissioner, entertained
at dinner yesterday evening, Admiral
l'arraj'on and ollicors of thu French
llagship Dubourdieu. Among those
present were .Hoar Admiral Geo.
Brown and Capt. Watson of tho U.
S. F. S. San Francisco; Capt.Bosson
of the Dubourdioi), His Excellency
Gov. Cleghorn, His Excellency Sain'l
Parker, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
His Excellency J. L. Stevens, Ameri
can Minister Jtosidoiit.; Sonhor Can
navaro, .Portuguese Commissioner;
Major J. H. Wodohouso, H. B. M.
Commissioner; Mr. Taizo Masaki,
Diplomatic Agent and Consul for
Japan; Major J. W. Uobortson, H.
M.'s Chamberlain, Monsoignour Gul
stau and Father Leonor, of tho
Catholic Mission; Hon. J. S. Wal
ker, President of the Legislature,
Lieut. G. L. Dyer of tho San Fran
cisco; Dr. G. Trousseau, Dr. Henri
McGnnv, Hon. Win, G. Irwin, Hon.
Paul Neumann, Mr. W. M. Giffard,
Chancellor of the Fronch Consulate,
Major W. II. Cornwell, Col. G. W.
Macfarlano and Mr. A. Marques.
After tho dinner tho guests min
gled with tho throng in tho parlors
and on tho verandas of tho Hotel
listening to tho triple band concert.
Many people wore presented to
Admiral Parrayon and found him an
exceedingly affable and pleasant
gent Ionian. Ho is a stout and woll
prosorvod ninn of probably (() years,
very active in his movements, and
reminds one, by his features mid
style of whiskers, of tho lamented
Mr. Lander's Rocommondution,
Mr. J. A, Lauder, n prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrho'a Remedy: "I have seen its
good results and can recommend
it." For sale by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
'Bank of Hawaii."
There is some fears that Horner's
"suicidal" Banking Bill will pass tho
Legislature. To prevent this, all
should got a Bill from tho Hawaiian
News Company, study it, and show
up its weak points to all you meet,
Mr. Dillingham la Thrown from a
Buggy on H1b Head.
An ai'fidoni happened shortly
after nine o'clock yesterday evening
on Ring street, in front of tho resi
dence of Dr. Geo. V. Andrews, in
which Mr. Geo. Dillingham, man
ager of the Hawaiian Carriage Fac
tory, Queen street, was seriously
hurt. A cantonier had been patch
ing up the road for tho past three
days and was during the day engaged
in packing tho hole, which was seven
or eight feet long and about live
foot wide, with largo stones. Tho
light which should have been hung
thoro to warn all of danger was not
tljero at the time, and the result was
that tho buggy in which Mr. Dilling
ham with another gentleman was
driving in from "Waikiki, ran square
into tho hole. Tho horso fell down
and tho occupants were thrown out.
Mr. Dillingham landed on the stones
on his head, cutting it badly. Mr.
Dillingham was picked up uncon
scious and carried into a Chinese
store near by, and his head bathed.
Thoro was a profuso How of blood,
which fairly covered tho floor. Mr.
Dillingham was later taken homo
and his injuries attended to by a
physician, and to-day is much bet
tor. It is clhimed that a danger red
light had been hung out ns usual,
but had notoriously disappeared.
A lantern was sent from the Police
Station and hung on tho buggy, and
that was also appropriated. Tho
Road Supervisor has offered a reward
of ?20 for tho apprehension of any
person or persons guilty of stealing
beacon lanterns from tho streets.
A j-oung man desires a position as
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
W.E.H. Dovorill has been appoint
ed School Agent, for Hanalei.
Castle Si Cooke announce sumo
specialties suitable for the season.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic, liunsnu, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith ' Co.,
Bruce Cartwright has been provi
sionally appointed as Acting Consul
An official account, of Admiral
Parrayon's audience of tho Qtieon
A roward of 20 is offered for tho
conviction of any person stealing
danger lanterns from the streets.
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 73 Berotania street. Mutual
Julius Hoting will discharge tho
duties of Consul for Italy ami Con
sul for Chili during tho absence of
P. A. Schaofor.
Mechanics' Home, 50 and Gl Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and SI. 25 a week.
Furniture belonging to L. Adlor
will bo sold by ,1ns. F. Morgan at 10
o'clock to-morrow, at a house on
II. F. Glade will discharge tho
duties of Acting Vico-Consul for
Russia and Consul for Belgium dur
ing tho absence of ,T. F. Hackfehl.
A Hawaiian treasury note has
boon lost, and the honest finder is
asked to leave it at this ofiico, whoro
there is plenty use for those things.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to I.
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual (1S2.
Japanese Woman Strangled.
A Japanese woman was missing
from Honoinii, Hawaii, on tho even
ing of the llthinst. Many scouts
wero sent out to rcconnoiter, and
her dead body was found in a cane
field. Deputy Sheriff Williams was
telephoned for from Ililo ami ar
rived the following day with a Japa
nese interpreter, Doctor Thompson
was also .sunt for. A jury was selected
and wont to tho field to view the
body. .Many persons wero examined
and the jury gave a verdict that sho
died by being strangled. The slight
est cine could not bo got as to tho
person or persons who did the deed.
Now York's mast notnblu i-iipital-i.st
nru mon of vory Hiinplo habits
anil soino of tho rioho.st of thorn
Hpontl Jobs than a woll-paid dork
hjkiihIh on minor pursonal plcastiros.
Vory fow of thorn tiso tobacro or
liquor. It is said to bo a raro tiling'
for Jay Gould to havo$l()0 in nionoy
in his potikot and Russoll Sago, John
D. Korkofollor and C. P. Hunting
ton carry but littlo roady cash with
thoin. .Mr. Sago keopa as caroful a
rocord of his small porsonal oxpondi
turos asdoos a yomig honsowifo on
a limit oil ineomo.
. j -. . .-I.. IvMB'
For Coughs & Colds.
John F Jones, Kilom,Tcx., writes
I have used Germnn Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest
and iAings, and let me say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Cnrnesvillc,Tcnn'.,
writes : I have used your .German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
and colds. I recommend it to every
one for these troubles.
R. Schmalliausen, Druggist, of
Charleston, Ill.,writcs: After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
ine immediate relief and a perma
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Jas. E. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
Uv order of MP. E. ADEEP, I will sell at
On THURSDAY, Aug. 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOOK A. M.,
At the Premise", Punchbowl street oppo
site tlie Queen's Hospital, the
2 B. W. Bedroom Sets,
1 Parlor Set, (1 pieces;
5 11. W. Dining Chairs.
1 Marbletop Center Table,
1 Lounge, 1 Dining-room Table,
1 Stove and Furniture,
liefrigorator, Mosquito Xets,
Parlor Lumps, Oil Paintings,
Spring Mattrasses it Carpets.
Etc., "Etc., Etc., Etc.
AUCTION SALE OF
Corrugated Iron & Granite Stones
On. Friday, .A-iag. IStli
AT 1,0 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will sell
lit Pulilie Auetioli for aeeoitnlof
whom it limy eonecni:
76 Bundles 8-fcet Corrugated Iron, about
17,000; and 2000 Granite Pay
1ST- TKIilLS CASH!
Landlord's Notice of Sale of Goods
Distrained for Rent.
HAVING HKUETOFOWK TA1CKN
and ilistininuil the Clouds and Chat
ties of one Knwuilitia, for rent in ai rears
of premises at ICakaako, notice, is hureliv
given that on SATUKDA V, thu 27th day of
Aimitst, IS!).', at tho Auction llooiii of Jus.
F. .Morgan, Honolulu, will ho wild for non
payment of rent and costs of distraint mid
removal thu following articles:
1 (Mock, 1 riowini; Machine, '1 Chairs, 1
Ij'iiiiii, 1 Pound Table, 1 Pox Shells, l
Saddle and Bridle.
Hv Ids attorney A. S. Correa.
Dated Honolulu. Aiijj. li, 1W-
lvai tiawuian upera uodsd
i.kwih J. i.kht.v,
Thursday & Saturday Evenings,
AUOUST 18th .t ;0th,
Grand Opening Performance
OF T11K MAltVKI.OUS
JIAUTHA K. 8TKI5N,
Tho Only neniiino Mind Header nnd Ber
nini rii(,'ht in thu World; ns
PltOF. CHAKI.KH N. BTKKN,
Tho World's Clreatest Kxiioxtir of Hjilritiia-
limn who has Iluilled tho Most
OSOAIt KM IT! I,
Tim lteeoj?nizcd Premier Ventrilo(iiint and
Humorist of tlie Wo Nil in his Kn-
turtalnnient "Mystlii Voices."
Grand Matinee Performance,
XJSXJJLL PRICES !
Lff Tickets on sale at Urn-is J. I.uviiy's.
Tim Pox Plan will ojieii on Wi'dneMlay
FUU,BF.T OF HOUBi:iI01,I FUli
S nituro as it stands. Tho I.ciimi of
tho Promises No. 1 12 Fort btreet, is also
ollered for disposal. Further liaitleulai-s
on application to
I'JS-tl On tlie pi-emUes.
VI JiSiJ r .kisJA-,i..-,LVi.
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THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
ROYAL TOCE5TER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine "Ware. t
3STew Ruigs a-iici Gsurpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cvunxviiiis' Block., Fort Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
g&- PICTURE FJJAMIMG
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Just Received a New Invoice of the
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, and Children.
Fast Color and
Are tlxe Best IMIeicle-
Temple of Fashion
CORNER OF PORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
W jru.st :R.eoived
IsTe-w Dress Goods,
Ijicli3s' Bedford Gaps,
Belts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH & CO,
'STe'w Goods !
PONOIH-; liPAPKltlKS-I'OUTUCUKK-PINKAPPId-: TJSBUK-BATTKKXS
-WIUTK, 1)U1:BB (lOOI)S IN 011K0KB AND STUIPKB.
JAPANKSI-: ('OHI)Kl) OPKl'M.
Ladies', Childrens', and Infants' Wear
IN (ilHOAT VA1MKTY AT LOW PItlOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
BELtlaing Siaits in Ootton. anci Wool
POU LAWKS, (IKNTiS, AND OIHI.WtKN.
O-A-LILj Ji-IXID SEE O'CJK. 2STE"W GOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark,
B, F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
VIES & CO.
Goods, ex Benniore,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
jiu. -.'. 'vJKt,i.