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UNDER THE SOUTHERN CROSS.
SCHOOL VACATION NOTICE.
Tho Regular Vacntlon of all the 1'alillc
Schools In tho Islands, at the uloie o( the
First Session of tlie year, will extend from
FitlDAY the tlth, to MONDAY the itd
of April next.
By order of the Hoard of Education.
W. J AS. SMI I'll,
Education Ollice, March I), 1MM. U7l-3t
l)KPnrMKXT or Kisnt., 1
lIoou'i.r, II. I., March 0, 1SDU
All Employee" of the (lovernmeiil, mid
other persons to whom Monies may be dim
Bt the Hawaiian Treasury on or before the
31st day of March, are requested to jiroscnt
Touchers for lettlenient on or before that
datrtj and a'l persons having Monies on
account of the Oovernniont are requested
to make their returni promptly, In order
that there may be no delay In closing the
accounts for the ltlennlal Fiscal l'erlod
ending March 31, lS'JI.
W. 0. ASHLEY,
WTI-St Heglstrarof l'ublic Accounts.
Dkcntmust or Kinsck. I
Hooui.f. II. I., March 5, 1SH.
To all those parties supplying Merchan
dle, I'rovUlons, and other Material for the
use of the Government, notice is hereby
given that tho u-ual credit of three to six
months, granted to tlrst cla buyers, will
bo expected and will be usfd, as the occa
sion may require.
The Minister of Finance reserves all
right of payments for -upplles, within the
time above secllled.
Hills will be prcentcd monthly, and not
later than the fifth day of each month,
when they will be properly rcgNtenil.
S. M. DAMON,
D7'2-3t Mlnltcrof Finance.
WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Whipping Tost and 1'lllory.
L'ndcr the Southern Onxi, ier 8. S.
How to Keep ltlulic.
Egg Within un Egg.
Fir Stronger than Oak.
IK'nl and Ocneral Items.
run of the Force.
Arrival of the .. S. Maripoa.
taint Duck Comes In.
Shipwrecked Men DI"ioet (if.
Vetenm Mail Inrrler l ad.
Loved by Animals.
I'lianiclcoti" llavi" lVelln.
The First Meerpclinuni I'lj.
Ills Memory Wonderful.
Language of Scaling Wax.
uiu cDuiUt &v,Urtin.
PlrdQtd to nrithrr Sect nor I'arty,
Hut Etlablithtd for the Iltnrfit of Ml.
Items of Interest From Papers by
the S. S. Mariposa.
Tho Gorman gunboat F.talku tfoos
from Melbourne to Sydney and Sa
moa. Tho Into tlapdiip of Mm Froni'li
Fitiadroti, tin Dujju.ia -Trunin, has
saih'd from Auckland for Valparaiso
and I" rani'o.
Tho Labor I'odoraUon Conf;ros at
Brisbane adopli'd a Pi'homo for Mu
ustablialiiuont of communal settle
nioiits in Australia.
Tlio Cabini't of Victoria lint de
cided to grant a bonus of JlD a ton
for the l!rt T00 tons of beet sugar
produced in tho colony.
Tho Iiarl and Counter of Olai
gow aro going on a visit to Karoton
ga, which is under the liarl's charge
us Uovornor ol Now Aealantl.
A colonial postal conference ii
about to bo helii at Wolliiigton. X.
Z. It will diseu.M the Vancouver
mail routo and tho 1'aci lie cable.
Tho bark llazelle, from IJocky
Island to Lyttelton willi guano, wa
wrecked at the French l'at, X. '..,
ami only two won saved their lives.
Xow Zealand has lately had a
largo accession of population from
Australia, many being men who cau
find work at nothing but gumdig-
Mr. nnil Mm. Hubert Louis Stovou-
Tha Famous Walkapu Oaso Foster i son gave a ball at Apia in honor of
vs. Htiyward Wailiington'a birtnuay.
, ., , , . . . .. T. Murray has boon appointed
C. A. SprccUels has been "'".; t !0innmnilor of tho King's guard,
tuted for Clan? Sprecl.els in ho suit I ,,,, ,,0 relation to our "Tim"?
to foreclose lien against Geo. . , ,t rmn()re( H. j. Moors will got
Macfailane, by ord-r of .liulge hit- I il(o t ,,,, for taking natives from
mi. In n.lwwiuii granting the nio- WaB ig,and for uf9 Soutu S(,a
t ion. t he J udge n,a.w t he new pain- t without cousonl of tho French
Vl.i .. n .it l .! l I llit umI.i tT ll. . ' . .
... ... .i .. IM ... . ..,.., ..... w. ,.... m,0.,tll.g
hapiisiiare.iiiii uoi mumm p.ii
nii'tit of said bids into Court." F.
M. Hatch for t'ett'imier; A. S. Harl
vll and C . Ahfcrd against.
In a second dccisiiiu tlie same
Judge, referring to I lie first one, re-fuM-s
to grant the ..iliou of ilo
feiidaut, Geo. V. Maefari.-.tn1, pray
ing for abatement of the suit ami
for an injuuetion on the sale of
stock. Same attornevs a in above.
(Jen. W. Maef.iriano b his solici
tor. C. YV. Ailiford, has "filed notice
of appeal to the Supreme Court
against tlie l"ciion allouing theap I
point meiit or t. A. precKels as
party plaint IF in the suit in ques
tion. D. M. Crowley ha filed a petition
for discharge in im l'irii, .y.
In the eae of trespass bv libel of
Italpli l. Foster vs. 11. M. llayward,
the testitnonv of Mm. J'lleti Jrison
was taken for defendant to-day be
fore Clerk C. F. Peterson, l-oster
Saturday, March J, tS'JJ.
ir'.,.;..r C...I.1.... .,f v.uv '..nl.'in.l ' for iilaintitY: Xeumann for defend
complains that certain banks are I ant. .ludge Cooper hied a decision
withdrawing money from the colo ! Mm morning over ru.ing the Uo
uy, thus restricting trade and com- unirrer in the same cae.
Uirjj, .Judge Cooper ha decided the
Tho Auckland I'rcsbvterv ha tie- jurv-waived caseof T. V. Hobron vs.
cided that Kev.S'. J.Xeillmustsever S. M. Kaaukai in favor of Kanukai.
his connection with his congregation it was an a-suwpsit sun Tor tho
because ho joined Mio Thcosophical price of a safe.
Customs returns show that Auck
land has tho largest commerce of
any port in Xow Zealand. Its reve
nue for tho last quarter of IMl.'l was
A. C. Begg, president of the Dune
diti, X. Z., Chamber of Commerce,
in au address to that body on his
travels abroad, advocated colonial
support to tho Canadian-Australian
The estimated population of Xow
Zealand at the end of IMW was "I I,-
Erb Within nn Ebi.'.
Xevvs has boon received of tho
death, shortly after his arrival m
Germany, of Otto Lahustein, long
and fuvornhlv known in tho Deutsche
Handel and Plantagon Gcsselschaft,
Thoro is nothing warllko in tho
news of tho latest papers. It is said
tho disaffection of tho natives at
Anna is duo to their belief that tho
Government intends disarming all
the natives with tho assistance of
Tlie Samoa Times is making a trial
of native apprentices to tho print
ing business. Its opinion after a
few weeks is that if tho nativo lazi
ness can bo overcome thoro is enough
intelligence In tho boys to make
printer out of them.
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within tho bounds of reason bocauso
it is true; It always appeals to tho
sober common sense of thinking peo
ple because it is true; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which in tho financial world
would bo accepted without a mo
Hood's Fills euro livor ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
How to Keep Rlchos.
"I've gol something new for you ;
im unit-, ri.i.-. .i.m .i .i-.i.n- j
.Spring-street phvMciati to a report-i A Huston man who has acquired
er. "It is right iiere in this box re- nt,( Umt riches says that ono of his
posing on a bed of cotton. It wn nile-MiMifo lias boon novor to lend
done by tho Jajing of a hen -my j any money on personal promisosto
lieu, too." I pay that ho was not willing to givo
I Lifting the lid of Mu box ho ills-, awaj ami able to lose.
I elosed a wonder in the shape of a .,.. , .. , . . .'
fully developed lieu egg inside of a '
soft-shelled egg. The outer shell
was very so't, nearly the si.o of a
..-.. mm - ... I :............
..f ii ton :.. ,i. ,.Mr ,l .. ...ml i. . ' egg. -I."" -I iil I.'pr'
creae of 'JlStt. Tho Chinese, are ,,ur ,.Ven vJnT " Tlr more Mrs. V.
estimated at 1011, of whom only l D Lo(l(,,ri f tjuiucy, Ky.. was sub-
arii,.llin . . ii i jeet to Mivere attack of cramp colic.
1 ho council of the Auckland , Mr s ,- M( n ,rwis, f ,,a
Chainberof Lommerco recouiniemls i recomniended Chamberlain'
in tho annual report the encourage- ( 0t (;,ra ll(i Dinrrhiea U-m-mont
of the ancuuver service, say- : ,Mv. which has eireeted a permanent
itig a littlo competition may awaken ; tl,t ,av, ,t.r Hl,, Mllr,.r,K 1,,..
tho Lnited Slates to greater npiie- hll,t ,,1L, lrou,,,. ftm oxMM ,f
eiauoii in uiu obh i- inui-irni fi . u-, i ,.,.., r,,r ,,.,,, r. unci was
which, tho council says, America has
hitherto taken littlo trouble to mauu
a thorough success.
General Mator Workman Sover
eign says he will defy tho injunction
of Judge Jenkins. Ho declares it
to b infamous, and an outrage on
Three feinalo member of the
Tufts College, at Haverhill. Mats., i
vvero suinmurily disniis-etl and four
teen weru suspended lor giving an
exhibition of high kicking and skirt
dancing to the members of the Col
For sale by all
Smith A Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian l-lauds.
WIIFirr.VK MY WIKi: HELENA HAS
t. It mi b.'.l me I lioiml. 1 give wiirn
liigtlii.l 1 Minimi Im- r.'- i liiii-iirilelit
ci.iitriictv.l bv h.ir ullho.il uiy urltii-n cell-
eut II. IIANM.N.
Iwl.il, M.i-1i 3, tvil. li,-J-t
THURSDAY, MAHCH 8, lbUl.
Another week' rollout lou by Coun
cillors will probably seal tho doom
of Attorney-Goueral Smith's iiHjuisi
Frocoodiugs in tho Council provo
that public opinion as houestly re
fleet od in tho opposition press has
a powerful offoot in moderating tho
radical toudonclos of revolutionary
i.i. I'i:i:son.s aim: hkut.uy xoti-
II. .1 tl.nt l.iii! M'i riling In rr-
llri.i in I ei'iu 0 ...tig Kce
ir.l In. ni II..'
iil... l..l. ...I - I... Co.. fllOi' llilll.llflll'tlirrr.
lego uico viuij, vim c-n. .u uiu ,.,,!,,. i,,,,!,,.- M.l. id-.ul.r.-l In ..il.
iiii.Ti-i In o.il.l
llnu t 'I'.iiii ( lion; m.IiI l,c.iiu; -ii-I'liliij:
A, ,.!!, wl,,,.. Tr..1nil nl !l Pf.nl l lull rcls l-lblti fir nliy Ii ili.btl' " of -llld
referring to tho aiiti-Calholie agita- ""iom.luiu, March s.'m'i'i '' l tirn'i'w
lion, said it would soon dm out if -
..... i ii.. t.- i.. .i....... . I
Hill. lltlllCCW. 11U nil.l.lKIJ '..'- w J m TT. "I"
J . d . ILiU-i-jLlM
It is sottlod by tho Constitutional
Couvoution bill that tho Provisional
Government dare not leavo tho per
manout form of goverutnout to tho
decision of a majority of tho nation.
Whoro aro tho principles of tho
Declaration of Independence and
tho precedent of the adoption of tho
United States constitution!
catod mixing tho church with poli
tics, ami aid it would be a great
misfortune if tho church weie to be
tho ally of one special parly.
Tho members of the General V.
ecutivo Committee of tho Knuhts
of Labor charge that It. M.
Arthur of tho Locomotive Fugi
ueors' lirotherhood i responsible
for tho failure of every strike the
Knights have been in since l.M.
They also say ho pays taxes on 17I,
000 worth of properly tn Cleveland.
Ohio, and they want to know how
ho got it. Arthur says he lias noth
ing to do with tho Knights, so "let
them go ahead."
Wo lmvo just received an
other cargo of Hay and Grain
by the "Inngurd," personally
selected by our manager in
California ; and a we buy
I lie best, a word to the wibo
is, sulliciont. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Cm-tick: Corner Queen
and Xuuanu stroetB. Uotli
Waukiious:: : King street
near O. K. & L. Co.'s Depot.
Until Telephones 53.
An editorial in tho Woodland, Cal.,
Democrat, praises tho opposition pa
pers of Honolulu for their tomporato
tone, while it says "tho two that sus
tain tho oligarchy counsel tho most
radical action aud advocate the
most oxtromo measures." Tho sauio
papor says, "These Hawaiian papers
confirm tho information recently
givou iu a letter to tho Sacramento
Boo, iu which it was stated that tho
administration of law iu Hawaii is a
5 1-4 Ifort. St root..
ALWAYS iS HAN I Till;
Latest Styles in Millinery
- im-: i.Ti;f in -Wblto
and Culoral Wonitotl Go-oils
I HI! Mk-T I'OMI'l.K'lT. hTnilv Ol-'
in tiii; ci iv
Dressmaking Dsuti by Mis. lioccr.
Dy LowIb J. Lovoy.
$5 BE WARD.
AllKWAUI) OF l-'IVi: S) IIDI.I.AKS
vsill lit- piilil tn iimoiiii kIvIiib infi.r
iiiittlon hi to uii.i kt-t llru to tin- iri-nii-i'
of Mrc. 1". W. I'rutt, nt WitlKIki, lat Siitur
iluy iiiuriiiiig. l'70-.'lt
.4 OI'AltTKItl.V MKKTINO OP Till:
V Itimril of 'I rii'ti-i'h of tin- iii:iN'-
HIX-1AI. Will III- Ill-Ill Ut till- IIOUIII llf IIH-
Cliumlivr of t'.niiim-riv on SAri'KI'AV,
the lutlnUy of Miir.-li, nt Iu o'l-hwk . v.
V. A. SCH.VIH-UU,
Apt to Take Acknowledgments On Satuiday, March iO, 1894
1)Y VIKTL'KOI- lir.l'ltl'.BSMAliI-: HY
I J tin- Mini. W. A. Whllluu, rim Jmluo
of tint Clri-ult Court fur ilio Klrnt Circuit,
ihiti-il l-V-li. IS, ln'il.nml .MiiyS.'. I. Inn
nit In iipilty jn-nillni! In until Court,
lioiiuht hy liiii hjiri-t-ki-lii. couiilulnnut.
iiHiilni-t (iiMirno W. Miu-fiirlauc, ilefi-inliini,
nml of ii iliiiri-u of tin-biiiroiiu-Court In
hiIiI suit tltiti-il Bi-pt. I, ivfl, hyonleroj
Hi-nrv Kiuith, Mtuti-r In Chnni-ery, 1 will
M-Hni I'uliliu Auutiou, ut my Buh-HrooiiiH,
Fir Btrouger than Oak.
It would ho difficult, says the St.
Louis liopuhlic, to convince tho
average man that fir is a stronger
wood thai) oak, but such has beeu
provflu by actual tests that wore
made by a fair and impartial com
mittee appointed for that purpose.
Tho timbers used wore each 2il
inches and four feet loug, both ends
solidly braced, and tho weight ap
plied in tho middle of tho span.
Vollovv fir stood a Htraiu of JKMW
pounds; common Orogon oak IW.J2
pounds. Fine grained yellow fir
from near tho butt stood a strain of
!JG3& pounds ami tho host -Michigan
oak snapped with a strain of only
2428 pounds. The tost was made by
tho Northern Pacific Railroad com
pany at Tacoina, Wn.
A sovoro rheumatic pain in tho loft
shoulder had troubled Mr. .1. 11.
Loper, a well known druggist of Dos
Moiiies, Iowa, for over six months.
At times tho pain was so sovoro that
ho could not lift anything. With
all ho could do ho could not get rid
of it until ho applied Chamborlain'H
Pain Halm. "1 only made three ap
plications of it," ho says, "and havo
since boon froo from all pain." Ho
now recommends it to persons simi
larly olllictod. It is for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agoutH
for thu Hawaiiuu Islands.
Honolulu, Mnrch 8, l!U. '' -t j 'rt Mi..-)
IN 'Ilir.ClltlTITt'iirilT, I'lltSTt III-L-iiil
u( tin- Huwaliuu IkIiiihI-i. In tin-iiiutlt-r
of l. M. (nmli, 01 Huiiolulii,
llaliu. voliiuturv lmuiriiit. I oii i.-uliii
uiitl llllnt! tli 'tltiiiii ol Kilil (1. M.l'r..u-Ic-y
iiIIi-kIiik tlmt an nit (linn !x iiiiiiilh
I iii v uliii-ul kIiii-o Iiu UIIi- U-ljUilK-ll llllllk-
runt, anil iiraviiu fn a iIIm-Iiiuki- fioin nil
hliilelit-i.il l onli-riil thai 1'ltli'AY,
thu il-1 .lav of Mari-li. 1 -III, nt IU oV-lork
v.M. of "iilil iluy, in tin- Courtroom ol miII
Court, in Alilofaiii Hull-, lloiiolulu, liuainl
tin- Miuit- Is lu-rt-liy nii-oiutiMl for ln-anny
sahl iiipl.riitloli, nt wlil.-h tiiuii timl ilnri
all rrrdltor uho havu irnvi-il llu-ir i'I.iiiiih
iiL-aliist Mkiil liaukrupt ru ty a ii-ii r nml
hhou i-nii-o If any tin) Imvowliv thu r.i
it ul M.iil haukruit liuulil not In mimmi.-iI
lt tin- Court:
lH'.NItY SMI'lll, -i-rU.
Homiluhi Ma i-li , IMU. j7 .-.'.t
v LONDON v
Will ntli-liil to Miniti(iiiii-nt 1111.I ali'
ol l'iiiiri iiikI 1 ll tlin In
all It- luaiii In-.
Houses ami Land For Sale
Northerl) i-onn-r nt I'niiiin .iikI II- rt tanla
Ol 1 1. k: Oiii' .luoi licl.iu l.
IVIH.I. IjVI' ,
I AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
j All or ItiosQ 1100 Shares In the Capital
1 Stock of the Walkapu Sugar
Nnni'il iu tVrtllli-iil No". M .Vi nud lie,
li'-lin: tin aiui) uaiiii'-l In tmlil Milt to
Mitlify tin- Di-i-rri-t 1 11 mli- thert-lu.
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
r- Miini4 aii'l Trunifcru at xniee
of iiuri'ha-.. r A ihiioit of IU ii-ri-tiiit ol
th.-u.ii-.iiut hlil will iii-ri-iuireilttt-vliluiici'
of Koixl (.ilth.
- III. M.I. I! IN
'Soft Soaps" & Tallow
if-' kino sTi;i:i;r.
An : Illustrated : Lecture !
Korthe Ilenelit nl thu Kuwiilnhao
I huruli l-'uiiiU
On Tuesday Evening. March 13lh
AT 7-W O'CI. u k,
Mm. HANK will tfivu a l,i"tun- ' ion
Loiuion, tl UMrat.-il with nuri- than oin
lluiulruil nuinirli u-tti, 1'iai-i-, m-imu-ami
llmtoiu-al, inti-n-uly uiti-n-tuiK.
Tlia Finest Stereopllcon VIswh Evor
Shown in Ilonuliuul
W Tleki-t'i !M vents; i-hll-lri'ii hnlf
prli'ii. i' 11 liu had ut thu llooliiiurva, i-K.
FOR SALS !
(HOICK V.l!il,rii:s ol-'
, "Tabogo Sugar Loaf"
; risovi 1 vi row n-:i) mock.
! For Sale Iu Qiiintitlis to Suit Puicliasers.
PortugutsQ Mutual BeneQt Society of
Ul TEH-ISLAND 1'ILOTAUK.
v.M IAIN Ul, I.I VM
V J tl,,- 11 1-1 Huh , a-
1 111 i-i.iii tun II1 nl
int. r-1-.l.unl -l uiu. ' . oil. r l.l- t-rvm tn
lil.it 1.1 mix 11 t Inn llttf ill thu
Jlatui Ian l-lnu-U. H1-1 of rt-fi-ri-iu-u .
Ii.iiiiri- nt nihil' of J. ri WulUur. ovi-r
burt-ckuU' ItaiiL, rorttuut. Ui7lf
VTOT1CK IB HKltnitY (IIVliN THAT
1 nil Drafts Issuuil hy thu uliov lut-ii-tioiu-il
Sot-idtv am nayahlo on lirusontatlon
to it" I'mixi'iiur. M. 11. A. Miira, at hlit
oilu-o t-oriu'r kliitiu nnil Miller Htrrut ninl
all thu t-orruMi -ntluni-u of nal.1 Kot-li-ty nt
KurilliiK tlia Tri'tiMirt-r hhoultl hu tllri-t tutl
in mi ill M. It. A. Violru. I'. O. llox 21'), Ho
nolulu. M. O. 8II.VA,
ELECTION OF OFFIOEIIS.
I TTIIK A N N I' A I. M Iii: II NO OK T 1 1 Ii
V Isriii Ii-i.vmi Kri m NwminoN
C.iMi-is. II. Mi. huhl thliilav. tho follow-
11m oillui-r nml Dirivlorn wuru clut-tctl for
ihu uiiMiini' i-iir:
W II iloilfruy .
W II. Mrl.i'1111
.1. 1.. MI.(-iiii
T. W. Hohniii
in III roil-.:
U II (li'ilfii-i-, J. llna.O N. W lli-ox, V, A.
bi'lmi'fur, W. O. hiuitn.
W. It. Mil.r.AN,
rii'oruturv I. I.S. N. Co., I.M.
Honolulu, II. I., Man-li l, lsUh W.viw
dunt ut iht Uullttin Office.
A hundred years and more
ago the architects of what was
destined to be the grandest
and greatest Republic on the
face of the globe were draught
ing plans and selecting material
for a foundation which should
last, unaffected by future inter
national or civil strifes, until
the millenium should come.
Among the sixteen or more
reasons why the Colonists wish
ed to separate from the mother
country was the tyrannical
action of the King of Great
Britain in indicting laws which
prevented the population of the
territory and the naturalization
For nearly a hundred years
the United States invited immi
gration unconditionally and
during tlmt period Great Britain
and the European countries,
whose laws were oppressive to
the poor contributed toward
increasing their population; the
people sought homes under a
government created for, by and
with the people. The immi
grants were not told that they
must have five dollars or five
thousand, they were told to
come-rich and poor alike-and
to-day the country from Maine
on the north to the Kio Grande
on the south, and from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, shows
the thrift and energy of the
descendants not of those who
were rich when thoy first trod
the shores of lil Dorado, but
who came poor and acquired
The founders of the govern
ment knew nothing of what was
west of the htate or Pennsylva
nia but they did know of the land
east of the Atlantic, their hope
was in immigration and they be
lieved that there was enough
land in thirteen states to accom
modate all those who would join
them from the old world. Ha
waii is young yet and evidently
too young to recognize the ad
vantages ol increased immi
The American is of a roving
disposition, constantly seeking
new worlds to conquer, and he
doesn't always start out with a
sack full of gold with which to
do it. Ordinarily he depends
upon his grit and gall to accom
plish for what a man of any
other nationality would need
Read the biographies of great
men and you will und they be
gan a little below thu bottom
round of the ladder and reached
the top through hardship and
exertion fifty dollars would
have been, to them, an amount
as large as the reserve fund in
the Bank of England.
In Hawaii we are to have a
different order of things; the
future generations of people
who come here now u ill not be
able to say that their fathers
came with less than a dollar and
grew rich through cultivating
the land or by working their
way to the heads of mercantile
or manufacturing concerns, and
will their pleasure be greater in
sa) ing "though our fathers were
poor they had money enough to
admit them under the restricted
immigration act." We trow not.
What a gilded paradise we will
have ? What an exclusive four
hundred set we will be able to
boast of in the sweet mahope.
The people of the United States
will open their eyes when they
learn that 1 Iawaii, a practically
unknown land up to a year ago,
opens iis s.tcred arms to the
contract laborer of any nation
ality and closes its doors to the
poor devil who starts out on his
own hook wuii less man 1 1 1 ty
dollars in hi.i pocket because
under the new law he is a pau
per. The tourist, too, will en
joy it long enough to change
his route and spend his money
Corner Fort 6b Hotel StrootH.
I BEG TO IXPOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHIOX."
... I AM OFFERING XOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flauefte Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colors at 20 Cents Each.
?iist Received by
lust "Australia" a Large Stock of
To be wold for onk wkkk oxi.y at 10c, 12.0., Me. and lGic.
per yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 7o cent-.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, II. I.
- - o -
The Drug Business heretofore carried by llol
lister & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the . . ....
Hollister Drug Co, I'd.
Having tho largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to off t our customers
the best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
683 3Toft. Et7ot.. - - "Honolulu, EC. T.
TKl.Kl'HONK UU 1 O. 110X 372
IMI'OItTKIt AND D13ALUII IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR aud FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butler
UT ALWAYS ON HAND 3
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Fianclsco.
tW All Onl.Ts fiiltlifnlly nth-nil to. balUfiu'tlon Kniiilc.'.l. l-kuid Outori
sulloilfil uml (uickutl with can
Lincoln Ulock, Kino Stiikut, Nut. Foht anii Ai,ai;i:a Stiii:i:t.h.
IIOTH TKI.KMIONKS I'll)
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STUEET.
-l O. 110X L-t7
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosb Goods by Every California Stoamor.
ICE - IIOrSE - (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Ordkiis .Somciti:i. Jtft 10" Satisiai'tion Oi'aiiantekd.
-I'. O 1I0X 115
II. E. MclNTYKE & BRO.,
UiroilTKHS AND DKAI.KIIS IN
'..i? I. wondmfui Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
nmtry, and tho Jones wire i .,,.,,. ,. , , ...
.' i r i . Now OooiU lli'i'i'lvoil liv I.vury I'urKut frniii lln l.!ilrrn tt.iti"-niHl liurnin'.
fence is a wonderfu
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0ihihiIii Hprx.tlti'lfc1 lllook,
31)7 FOKT ST It WET.
I'ltESIl CALIFORNIA - IMJOIK'CK - 15V - KVEKY - STIiAMUH.
All Outer f.iltlifullv iitk'M'k'il to ami liuniN Uill v.T.-il t im
1'art of the City I'llU'..
Isi.anu Obdeu.s Solicited. Satisiaction Guaiiantcko,
EAST COKNKIt FOltT AND KINO STIIIXTH