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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTKU OCTOBER 1. 1892.
A.M. A.M. r.M. P.M.
lAiave Honolulu.. .0:15 8:15 1:45 4:35t
Arrlvolloiioultull.7:!!0 0:07 2:57 5:35t
InvcUoiioultuli..7:S0 10:43 3:43 6:4'2t
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:53 0:50t
Pkajit. Oity Locaj..
l.cavo Honolulu 0:103 . ..'.
Arrive I'carl Oity 5:4S ....
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30 .... '.
Sundays axcoptod. Saturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
BY C. J. LYONS.
Tug-of-wnr to-night at tho Boro
tnnia Stroot Armory, nt 8 o'clock.
Nino pnssongors returned from tho
Volcano by tho stoamor W. G. Holl
Stalls for tho horsos of Engiuo
Co. No. 1 aro boing built at tho roar
of tho ongino houso.
Mr. P. O. Jonos nnd wifo will loavo
on tho stoamor Clnudino this even
ing for Kahului, Maui.
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. m. Weather,
cloar; wind, fresh oast. Stoatn
whaler lying off tho harbor.
Mr. H. J. Nolto of tho Boavor
Saloon will roceivo fresh oysters by
tho S. S. Australia to-morrow.
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Fhst Quaiturof tho Mnon on tho 21th at
llh. 2 mill. ii. m.
Time Whistle blows nt lh. 28iu. 343. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is the sumo us lih. Out.
0s. of Urcumvlcli tunc.
Hon. P. Neumann is expected back
from Washington on tho through
stoamor Alameda ou April 7th.
Abraham Fernandez, executor of
tho will pt Maria O Sullivan, givos a
notice b creditors iu this papor.
Tho, S. S. Australia should arrive
from "tho Coast oarly to-morrojw
morning with a heavy passenger Hat.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
givo thoir first public concert at tha
Hawaiian Hotol to-morrow ovouing.
Mrs. C. B. Cottroll and child and
Miss E. Lycett loft on tho barkon
tine S. N. Castle to-day for the
Miss A. E. Kuapp, correspondent
of tho San Francisco Call, wjturupd
by tho steamer W. G. Hall thisfattor
uoou from tho Volcano.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1893.
Tuesday, March 21.
Stmr W Ot Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Tuesday, Maruh 2t
Am blctne S N Castle, Hubbard, for San
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Lehua for Hakiilau and Honomu at
4 p in
kna at it a in
Stmr C 11 Bishop
Stmr Kilauea Hou for Hamnkua
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr lwaluni for Makaweli
Schr Mahlmahi for Waianae
for Lalminu and Kama-
for Kahuku and Puna-
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W G Hall 5570 bags sugar, 27 bags
coffee, 01 bags awa, 8 bdls liidos, 't
head cattle and 75 pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, Mar 21 From Volcano: Ool E D
Judd, 0 J Higgins and wife, Miss A B
Knapp, C H Wetmoro, Mr McGregor, Miss
Shafter, Miss Potter, l)r Averdam. Way
ports: Col W H Cornwall, Miss llella
Vida, 0 K. McGuire, Mrs N X! Haley, the
Misses Haley (4), A Do IJuttorville, T C
Forsyth, J Kuulianc, llishop Willis, Miss
Greenwell, W C I.ane, 0 Maofarlane, W J
latesand wife, Col S Norris, Akaua, W
Clements and 50 deck.
For Maui per stmr Claudine, Mar 21 P
C Jones and wife, C H Gibson, Mrs J H S
Kaleo and 2 children, S Aliini, Mrs Napo
leon, Mrs Scholtz.
For San Francisco per bark It P llithet,
Mar 20 Mrs John Toms, Mr and Mrs O It
McVeigh, Mr Congdon.
For ban Francisco per bktno S N Castle,
Mar 21 Mrs (J B Cottrcll and child, Miss
13 Lycett, Mrs West and Sagawai.
Notice is given that tho Mechan
ics1 Bonofit Union has filed a petition
for dissolution at tho office of tho
Minister of tho Intorior.
Another Chinaman was sentenced
to pay a fine of $60 in tho District
Court this morning for having
opium unlawfully in possession.,
Tho funeral of tho late D. L.
Huntsman took place this afternoon
at 1 o'clock from tho Queen's Hos
pital. It was headed by tho band.
Tho two story brick building on
Kaahumanu stroot, situated mauka
of M. S. Grinbaum & Co.'s store, is
being overhauled inside and outside,
previous to being occupied by that
linn as a warehouse.
There will bo an auction sale of
offocts belonging to tho company,
among tho members of tho voluntoor
Hook & Ladder Co., at their late
quarters, this evening at 7:30. Mem
bers who would like to buy up arti
cles as souvonirs should not fail to
A company of bluejaekots from
the U. S. cruiser Boston, who have
been ou shore duty, were escorted to
tho boatlaudiug yesterday evening
for transfer on board tlio cruiser.
Thero remain on shore at present
about twenty-six marines and sixty
Marshal Ashloy has given tho pro
prietors of the Chinese Theater per
mission to bang ou their gongs and
blow their noisy reeds up to 11
o'clock and to keep open until mid
night for this week only. Next week
tho dimit for tho tintinnabulation
will bo placed at 10 o'clock.
The officers of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. for tho ensu
ing year aro as follows: W. B. God
frey, President; J. Eua, Vice-President;
W. H. McLean, Secretary; J.
L. McLean, Treasurer; T. W. Hob-
ron, Auditor; W. ii. ijodlroy, J. -U.ua,
G. N. Wilcox, W. O. Smith aud F. A.
Sohaefor, Board of Directors.
A Japanese while endoavoring to
turn his wagon on Kaahumanu street
frightened tho horse and it rushed
down tho street. Tho driver was
thrown out and the wheel passed
over him, but without doing him any
apparent injury. The wagon in
turning into Queen street collided
with a dray and tho wagon capsized.
No serious damage was done.
To Begin at tho Borotania Stroot
Armory this Evening.
t Tho initial pulls in tho Interna
tional tug-of-wnr tournament will
tako plnco at tho Borotania streot
Armory this ovouing coniuiotioing at
8 o'clock. Six toams roprebontiug
Gormnny, America, England, Japan,
Portugal and Hawaii have been en
torod and an interesting series of
exhibitions of brawn and onduranco
will bo displayed. During tho latter
part of last weok teams wore hard at
praotico day and night accustoming
thomsolvos to tho ropo,nud cleat.
Seats will be resoVveil near tho
platform for ladies and thoir escorts.
The amount to bo given iu prizes is
$175, or medals of equal value as tho
winning teams shall decide. Tho
schedule for to-night will bo as fol
Hawaii vs.- Germany.
Amorica vs. Portugal.
Eugland vs. Japan.
Tho following aro the Uifforonti
toams: ' "
qEHJIANY. ' -
E. Moollor (anchor), 102 lbs.; W.
Poapkorn, 178; H. Fdrgons, 174; H.
Tilling, 170; A. Beer, KM; .G. Ande'r-
seti, 171; J. Sodenbmg,vl70j subs: O.
"Hjusor, 173; J. llirsohboig, 1G0;
Albort Walt, 1SU; gross weight, 17U1
, rORTUOAL. .
Domingo J. Lobo (anchor), 18(5
lbs.; J. , Modoiros,. 18G; Honriquo
Ignacio, !J0(5; Antonio Mai'dini, 101 5
V. Vascorreellos, 1110; Joaquin Fer
roira, 159; M. Puuontal. 151; subs:
A. Modoiros, lli8; J. Gouvoia, 153;
M. Fornaudoe; gross weight, 1(550
Lii (anchor), 205 lbs.; Kula, 235;
Palau, 213; Hokii, KiS; Daniel Han,
206; Ioano, 16S; Sam K. Pai, 192;
subs.: David, 160; Pa, 165; Ekela, 115;
total weight, 18S7 11.
J. Swecnov (anchor), 1SS lbs.; J.
Curtis, 178; J. McCoy, 185; J. Okon,
165; A. Pelgor, 190; V. Murphy, 160;
H. Koasfiold, 200; sub-;.: J.Sutton,
165; Jones, 165. Nino men, aggro
gating 1596 lbs.
The weights of the other teams
have not boon given, but according
to tho rules thoy will have to bo re
corded by tho teams beforo mount
ing tho platform.
C. Bohnecke, anchor; W. A. Lin
den, J..E. Nj'gren, F. Hanson, T.
Wilson, J. J. O'Meara, J. P. Corri
gan; subs: E. Knudsou, Bohliu and
Gingiam, anchor; Imagau, la
moto, Nee, Kuainotu, Akaina, Tisi
naka, Miainoto, Korota. maguata.
Tho following rules nnd conditions
will tfovoru tho tournament:
1. That upon tho conclusion of
the tournament, tho sum of 0110
hundred and sovoiily-fivo dollars
($175) will bo paid or gold medals
distributed to tho winning toams at
thoir option, one hundred and
twenty-live ($125) for first placo, and
fifty (b0) for second placo.
Haboas Corpus Caso' Takes tho Day- -Banco
In re John G. M. Sheldon, poti'
tiou for a writ of haboas corpus;
appeal from ordor of Froar, J., do
nying writ. Ash ford, Peterson,
Croighton, Uosa and Kaulukou for
petitioner; Attornoy-Genornl aud
Hatch for tho Marshal, respondent.
Mr. Ashford occupied tho tune this
forenoon, and was still speaking
after recess at 2 p. in., in behalf of
tho petitioner. Mr. Hatch for tho
respondent will probably talio up so
much of tho dny ns Mr. Ashford
leaves, and it is doubtful if tho argu
niont will not run into to-morrow.
Ono of tho changes wrought by
tho now Judiciary Act is that pro
viding for substitutes on tho Su
premo Court bench when any of tho
Justices are disqualified by interest
or otherwise Thus Circuit Judge
Coopor will tako tho placo of Chief
Justice Judd in tho cases against
Wildor's Steamship Company, and
Circuit Judge Whiting will replace
Wustico Froar in cases whoroin tho
lato firm of Thurston A: Froar wore
concorned as counsel.
1 BANCO DECISION.' )
Kittliauu (w.) and Lea (w.) vs. Lu
mai (k.) and Kauwo (K.) A decision
of tho Supremo Court in banco, as
of tho old system, hab.booiu-rondorcd
by Chief .tustico Judd, sighed by
him and Justico Bickorlon, iu tho
foregoing caso. It is an appeal of
oxcoptions from t'hu Circuit Court
of the Fourth Judicial Circuit. Tho
action is 0110 of eject mont to recover
land described in royal patent No.
4823 to Naohu, situated at Knpaia
in Hanamaulu, Kauai. In tho Cir
cuit Court tho plaintiffs put in thoir
caso, tending to show that thoy wore
great grand daughters of the
patentee, Nachu. 'tho ovidoilco in
uludcM a transcript of proceedings
had in probate before tho late Cir
cuit Judgo McBrydo. Those show
that on a petition presented b Lu
mai to bo appointed administrator
of Nauhu's estate, tho Judge had
divided tho laud among four por
sons, relatives of Naohu, witnesses
having testified that ho had no
At tho trial from tho result of
which this appeal is taken tho Cir
cuit Judgo instructed tho jury to
bring in a verdict for tho defendants,
Fine ,". Easter . ' . Millinery
3sro"w odpeist .a.t
N. S. SACHS'
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons I
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
ALSO A KINK ASSORTMENT OF
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
New Spring Dress Materials !
NKW FIQITRKD MUSMN'S, ORGANDIES A CHAMRRICS,
NEW FRENCH AIJ.-WOOL CHAUJ.ES, dark ground clU-ets;
WHITE .t PRINTED MNEN A- IRISH I.AU'NS,
NEW COTTON l'ONOEES ,te I'Ott'TON ORAl'ES,
ou tho ground that "a question of
pedigree having been sottled by a
judge of probate, cannot thereafter
bo ro-opened; it is settled once for
Tho Supremo Court decides that
tho charge of tho Circuit Judgo was
erroneous, holding that "a probate
court has no authority, upon a peti
tion for letters of administration, to
ordor real estate divided among the
heirs of an intestate." Thoy there
fore sot aside the verdict aud order
a new trial. A. Ro-aa for plaintiffs;
W. O. Smith for defendants.
Tho Hawaiian bark It. P. llithet, Capt.
Morrison, bailed yc-torday for San Krun
uisco with 31,011 bags .sugar, shipped as
follows: 10,082 baL't, .'. Urower it Co.; -1570
bags', I A. SchneferA Co.; !M).i!) bags, Cas
tle & Cooke; luTO bags, T. H. Duvies it Co.
Domestic! value, .f lll,ti02.0".
Tho American barkentinc B. N. Castle,
Capt. Hubbard, left for the Coast to-day
with tho following cargo: 13,072 bag su
gar and 10 eases molasses by W. G. Irwin
It Co.; 070 bags sugar, J. S. W.; 212 fools.
molasseSj J. H. JJruns. Value, fVi.OJJ.
Thirty-nino barrels hperin oil valued at
$74'J was also shipped by the tame vessel.
HAWAIIAN" NATIONAL BAND.
Mr. C. A. Chapin, manager of tho
Kohala Sugar Co., died at Mahu
kona on Saturday last. He wont up
on tho stoamor Kinau on hor last
trip in a sickly condition, and had
to bo carried ashore at Mahukona,
whore ho died. A telephone mes
sago was sent to Kawaihae request
ing Mr. C. K. McGuiro to acquaint
Messrs. Castle & Cooke of tho fact.
Mr. McGuiro arrived by the steamor
W. G. Hall this afternoon.
BREAK FOB, LIBERTY.
First Public Concert at the Hotel
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
give its first concert before tho gen-
oral public at tho Hawaiian Motel
to-morrow evening. Tho concert
will begin at 8:15, or immediately
after tho dismissal of tho prayer
mooting at Central Union Church
across tho streot. It will bo observ
ed by the program bolow that tho
now band has a largo proportion of
now pieces to play. Everybody will
bo glad to hoar the old favorito Ha
waiian bandboys on thoir handsome
how instruments. Tho Quintet Club
will coinbino with tho band in songs.
Following is tho program:
Waltz Noisetto, new Andrew
Overture William Tell, now ltosini
Songs Alofou Oe. Uu Olinolm, Eivuly
Mikahala. Hooimui. Red it llluu.
Aloha j ifu.
Deserter's Unsuccessful Effort
Reach tho Boston.
W. E. Klaffoy, a dosortor from tho
U. S. cruiser lioston, who has boon
confined in a police station coll for
tho past few ofays, made his escape
frrm tliori. nf 1 1 'AC n'ollinlr tlliti
Mareii Ola Hon. now
Kantasie Una Boirue a Monaeo,
-Romantio, new , Thornton
Polka Daduwitz Trumpeter, new .
.... . Krehde
Mazurka Hawaiian National Hand ..
Miimlim III. Klliullllll J.lbOlllio
.Mariihcs- Mn( ,,()lm ()(J ,tt,u
Btur Kpanlud llannur.
(lod havn thu (numi,
Daihj Bulletin, 60 cents a munth,
from thero at 11:30 o clock this
morning. Ho had asked to bo al
lowed liberty for a few minutes and
was boing returned to his coll.
While turnkey Clapp was trying to
loosen tho bolts, Klaffoy made a
break and ran through tho Station
out on the streot. Ho was seen as
lie emerged by sovoral natives, who
tried to intercept him but wore
knookod down. Klaffoy ran around
Nuunnu and down Quoon street to
tho boat landim,', when he cleared
two shoreboats lying abreast of tho
lauding, into the water, and started
Otlicor Kninana and othors wont
out iu a boat and caught tho blue
jacket. Ou boing returned to the
cell ho said to turnkey Clapp that
next time ho escaped he would not
lie caught so easily, Whore was
Officer Slieahy, tho boat-lauding cop?
"Tho people of this vicinity insist
on having Chamborlain'H Cough
Roniody and do not want any other,"
says John V. llishop, of Portland
Ms. J ml ana. That is riKlit. Thoy
know it to 1)0 superior to any other
for colds, and as a prevent ivo aud
euro for croup, aud why Hhould thoy
not insist upon having it. fit) cent
bottles for salo by all dealers. Uon
hon. Smith k Co., agents for tho Ha
i-Viw Job l'rintiny u M liMeltn 0Jlce,
2. That each team shall consist of i
ten men as follows: hixjnen and ono
anchor, three substitutes and cap
tain. 3. That after tho signal to start '
has been given, no person but tho
seven mou shall bo allowed to touch
tho ropo or any competitor until tho '
pull has been decided by tho referee.
4. That the weight ol each man
of ovorj' team, including substitutes
shall bo handed to C. J. McCarthy,
before 12 o'clock noon, March 21,
5. That tho weight of each team,
including substitutes, shall bo limit
ed to nineteen hundred pounds.
6. That tho team drawn for the
first pull on each night shall bo on
the platform and ready to pull at 8
7. That ten minutes shall bo al
lowed between tho clo'-e of one pull
and the beginning of the next, each
team to take thoir placo in tho order
8. That tho tournament shall bo
pulled on a level platform, laid with
battens one and a half inchc; thick,
two inches wide, and beveled throo
quarters of an inch on tho outside,
and placed six inches apart.
y. That tho length of the pull
shall bo six foot.
10. That any kind of footwear
may bo used, but must bo fice from
spikes and projecting nails.
11. That the ropo .shall bo four
inches in circumference.
12. That the competitor shall bo
allowed to us-e any substance they
choose to strong! lion their grip.
13. That the rope shall be fastened
in tho center by a lever until ready
to start, and that tho refeii'o shall
signal tho start and finish of each
pull by firing a pistol.
11. That tho captains of tho corn
pot ills' toams shall sitm these rulos
15. That tho position of tenuis
shall bo decided by lot to bo drawn
by tho captains of tho respective
16. That each team shall bo weigh
ed beforo the coininonceinont of a
pull iu which thoy are to compote.
Chns. W. Zicgler, Germany.
Timothy Dinneen, American.
J. M. Camara, Jr., Portugal.
Joseph Kola, Hawaiian.
Thomas Wright, England.
Tho difi'oreul captains have select
ed tho following ollicor.s:
C.U. Wilson, roforeo;Lit)iil. Younir,
U. S. N., and J. M. Vivas, judges;
Geo. Harris, Jr., Timekeeper.
FISH OF ONE, ETC.
Discrimination in the Fur
nishing of News.
A I3ol.lcti:- roporUn- asked Deputy
Attorney-General Wilder and Depu
ty ManJial Murhteu whether thero
wore any objections to making pub
lic tho ante-mortem statement of
Mr. D. L. Huntsman yesterday after
noon. Thoy both replied that thero
were, thinking it improper, as tho
publication might influence tho
minds of tho jury, which was to sit
to-day. Tho reporter retired satis-
lied that tho statoniont would not
bo made public before tho proper
time, as decided bv tho authorities.
Judgo of tho surprise when tho
statement appeared iu this morn
ing's papor. After Messrs. Wilder
and Mehrten's positive lofusal to
this paper, on the giouud that it
was prematura beforo the inquost,
tho matter is published by a contemporary.
To Aid Kawaiahao Seminary.
A concert will bo gion Saturday
evening next, 25th init., at Kawaia-
. hao church, in aid of Kawaiahao
1' emalo heininary, at which besides
local talent tho Kainehamcha Glco
Club and Kawaiahao .Seminary pupils
will tako part.
Persons who are subject to attacks
of bilious colic can'aliiio-t invariably
toll by their feelings, when to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhu'a Koinedy is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
pear, thoy can ward oil' tho disease.
I Such persons should always keep
tho Remedy at hand, ready for im
mediate uso when needed." Two or
three doses of it at tho right time
will save them much .sull'ering. . For
sale by all dealers. lSonson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Ve want to call the attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from the favor it has been re
ceived with, we believe hits come
to stay and become an indispen
sible article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut abovo will
show at once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Soiuvkn's Patknt Elastic
Skam Drawers are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer ieams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in lit. Tho drawers are
cut in figure outlines and,, allbrd
tho w.eaivr all the advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patknt Elastic Si:am,
which contains no KunitKit, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than the other portion of
tho garment. It makes the
drawers conform to tho position
of flic wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the bod' assumes.
It will also he found that these
Patknt Elastic Skam Drawers
aro equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not tho least
tension is produced on the main
portion of tho goods, while the
elastic seams allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
tho position, which would he im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
Wo have now a complete slock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known as "Jean"
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
WE HAVE THE VERY LATKST IN
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings !
ALSO A NEW LOT OF THE
Adeline Black Stockings
t& Thee are
Absolutely Fast Color mill will not Ciork tht'j lire iirunotmccil
20 lbs. W
1 0 '
will tell you
it is the
Your doctor '"""y VlUOSted
to call at
Store and get
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to t:cry
mother who sends her address
THOA1AS LEEMINQ & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
And requires only the addi
tion ol" Water lo pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Gts
HOLLISTEH & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
lEIonorul-u, EC. I.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
ejcicutfid til the
vrutly oiid promptly
Ou.txiiM.ina' Bloolt, Port Streot.
Leather Belting k Lace Leather
Executor's Notice to Creditors.
IN THE (IIHCriT lOUKT KOU THE
X Kirt Ulrcuit.-lu l'robnto. In tho mut
tur of thu iVIH of Maria O'Hullivun. tlo-
j ri'iifuil, Thu umlcrsijiiifd i;lvoi nutlet) that
hu has huou aiiiiuliiii'd Exrt'iitor ol tint
last Will and 'JVnram nt or Mariu O'Sulll
I van, lulu of Jluiioluiii, demised, unci ho
hfifliv mitilius all I'ri'ihtursof taid Maiia
I O'iSilllivan to jirosfiit their riiiuetlve
I elaini.s duly vcrlliL-d, wih inonor voucher,
! tn him, at the ritui'K til E. O. Hall A: Son, Iu
1 Honolulu, witliln i months from this
tlato, or tliuy will he loiuver banod.
I AllllAHAM EEltNASDEZ,
Executor of tho Will of .Maria O'hullivan,
I Dated this '.'tjtli day of Mareii, ISU'1.
Tliruo ilayH is u vory .short tinio in
which to curt a bail cum) of rheu
matism; but it fan bo iUjiio, if tho
propur ii'oatmuut i& adoploil, as will
bo MJini by tho following from ilamcH
Laiiilmrt, of Now 13riiiii'k, lllh:
"1 was badly allliuli'il with rhinima
tism in Ihohip-i and ki, whon 1
bought n buttle of ChuiiihtM'luiii'H
IV111 Halm. It tmrod mo iu throw
ilayn. 1 am all ri"ltt to-day; atfd
would iiihist on ovory ono who ih
allliutod with thai tornblo diiH'au to
uiioC'limiiburlaiii'h Pain Halm ami got
woll at ont'o." f0 font hottlois fur
balo by all donlurri. JJuusoiij rfinltli
& Co., agouttt for tho Hawaiian laU
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T Till: A N X U Al, M KRTl N(l HI'" Til K
Jx. htofkholdur.s ol the Inter-Klimd
bt.uni .Savik'iitioii i'ti, lld), liuhl thin
ihi, ihu followini! Ollli'tirrt and bliueturv
we'll) iJlfftetl for tho L'lU-ului; yell :
W. II. (lodfroy .
W. 11. MitUiin
J. 1.. Mul.eaii
T. V. Holiiun
iio.uiu tir iiiiii.i'Tiui'i:
II, UoiKioy. .1.
V. U, hiultli,
II, N. Wllnix,
v. n. ,mui,i:an,
hfiTftary I. I.fj, ,S, t'o,
Honolulu, II. I,, .Muruu'Jl, 1WU,
to bo tho coolost mid best adapt
ed for tliosu poisons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They sny that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
fellow who said that was all
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new in that lino.
The latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from the
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, Btdbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill-
fullv woven into tho breast and
back to protect tho most vital
pints of the body from cold or
chill. To tho many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
times felt, these goods will bo a
great boon, as, while they will
havo tho advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, tho lungs and
back will havo a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From tho many
sentiments of approval wo have
heard ronardint: those uoods we
belioYO thorn lo bo a good thing
for our climate, and havo placed
our ordoi'h for a full stock,
which will bo on aalo "in about
To any person dewing to uo
tho biimplos which wo havo wo
will lie pleased to show thoin.
OV VEKY SUl'EUIOK QUAMTY. AN INVOKJH OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMl'LKTK OUIt 1.IXK OK SIZKS.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
a-ia-nt Nn.il Pullers, j&ria.t Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
-Awls and Tools, Qarden
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. IF1. EZHDliIEIRS Sc GO.
S3 FORT STP1H3E3T.
AKTKU T.VK.INU STUCK AI,I KINDS OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half thu former ivst.
Velvet c& 5ioci.yrxi&L Piijigs
In till hIi'f jsri'iitly ri'iluiv.l.
Woolen Gooas in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
gW lii furt wii uilur liiiiiifiiMi Hiiruiiius In till l)uiartiiii'iit. -&
Z!S DresBQiaklng Undor Ute Managoiuant oi MISS K. 0LARK. .&3
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