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MONDAY, FEB. 28, 1887.
Bk Forest Queen from an Fiunelseo
Dktno S X Cnstla fioni Port Towntcml
Stmr Mlkuhula fiotn Kiitnil
Stmrlwalanl from Httmukun
Schr Kuiilllua from Wnlanao
behr Knwntlaiil from Koolnu
Schr Llhollho from Lubalua
Whaler Wanderer from Sun Francisco
Schr Wnloll from Knim
Schr Wulmaln Kuiiti
Stmr Llkellko for Kiihiilnl
Stmr Mokoltl for Moioknl
Stmr WnlnTaniilo for Wniuunc
Stmr J A Cumniltm for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Ktnnu for windward ports
Stmr Surprise for Kuuu
Stmr W U Hall for Lnhnhia, Mnnlneu,
Kona ami K.iu at 10 :i m
Schr Wnltniilu for Papnlkoti
Ilk 0 0 Whltiiiore for S.in Francisco
.Schr Kuwnilunl for Koolnif
Bk Luily Lunipson for .Sun Francisco
From Kauai, per ftcaincr Mlkuhaln,
Feb. H7 O N Wilcox, S N Hundley, .1
W Alapal, Kov.f 11 tiiuiuiku, E Stictz,
J L Kaltofen, li O Spalding, O W Spitz,
J Wftisdtll, 11 Isonbcrg und wife, J H
lt.unos, 0 Ohlneso mid 43 deck.
Stmr Mikuhala 4,!)10 bugs sugar.
Schr Wulmalii 1,1176 bags HUgur.
Stmr lwulunl 5,200 bugs sugar.
Stmr Surprise 3,'JDO hugs sugar.
Schr KauUIua 1,400 baga. sugar,
fcchr Waloll 085 bugs sugar.
ThobnkcntlnoSN Castlo, Hnbbard,
master, arrived yosteiday 24 days from
Port Townsend, with a71,G04 feet of
rough lumber, 107,073 feet of dressed
lumuer, 4,000 pickets, 40,000 hubs and
100,000 shingles, to JlessM. Hiickfeld &
' Captain Brownell, master of tlio
schooner Waliualu, which nnlved this
morning,! cpurts no wind in the channel.
TTiu Zolln is taklug In ballast.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk C O Whltmoic, Thompson
Bk Lady Lampson, Murston
Bk Zoiln, McKay
Bk Mai tha Fisher, Buckln
Gcr bk O R Bishop, Woltcrs
Bktno Klikltnt, Cutler
Bgtno W G Irwin, JlcCulloch
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bktno S N Castio, Hubbard
Am wh bk Lancer, from Now Bed
ford, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Reindeer, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh'bk Helen 'Mars, from San
Francisco, duo reb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Flcctwing, from SanFran
elsco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William naylltcs, from Sail
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mary and Susan, from San.
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wli bk Mars, from San Francisco,
duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Francisco, duo bob 10-28
Am missionary steam bktno Horning
Star, II F Turner, from tho South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-2S
P M S S City of Itlo do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, fiom San Francisco, en loute to
Yokohama and Hongkong, duo March
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Deo 17, due May 1-20.
Am wh baik Hunter, Geo W Jcnks,
from the Line Islands, due March 10-31.
Gcr bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Haw schr General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nor 20-30.
Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 18-20
At Honolulu, 251 h Feb. 1887, Honornh
McDouald, wlfo of Capt. A. Christian.
Born May 18, 1851, Boston, Mass. San
Francisco und Boston papers please
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Swnnzy found his horse, lte
sult of advertising in tho Bulletin.
Mu. Geo. Lucas received 27,000
bricks by tho Forest Queen, niul Mr.
E. B. Thomas 20,000.
. -. ' '
The demolishing of tho old Snow
property on Merchant street will bo
Instantani:oub view of tho grand
fuuoral procession yesterday wero
taken by Mr. J.-J. Williams.
The steamer Likeliko sails this
day nt 5 i m., und will roturn to
Honolulu Sunday morning.
Tin: steamer Kinaii will sail Tues
day at 4 i. M., und will roturn to
Honolulu Sunday morning.
Tub olectrio light cables for tho
Paluco huvo been measured, pre
paratory to being placed under
Vessiils from Koolau roport tho
schooner 'Munuokuwai having beou
fast on tho reef at Mokuloiu for two
hours, last week.
Majou Qulick's call for n hostler
and a gardener wan promptly res
ponded to, and tho positions wcro
Thk annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Peoples' Ico & Itefri
gerating Company will bo hold at 11
a. m. to-morrow.
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tlio Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company will bo held nt
It) a, m, to-morrotv,
.'. The entertainment 14 tho Opera
'wHouso, by tho Japanese uctobats,
TUpfluorrow evening, proposes to bo
sijccosafui in evory repect.
Tun finder of a pair of oyo glasscf!,
recently lost, will bo lcwardod on re
turning thorn to this oflko.
Mtt. Hllder of tho Central Qigur
Stand oilers the best pica for smokers
that has been Econ for a long time.
Mn. A. M. Hewitt, Stationer and
NuwHdiMlor, i now in full blast in
Campbcll'ii block, Merchant btitot.
- The steamship Oily of Sydney will
sail for San Francisco on or about
tlio Gill of March. Messrs. Huckfeld
it Co. aro utrculs.
Tin: St. Louis College boarders
presented a very pietty appcaranco
in tlio procession yesterday, and
their marching was excellent.
Onu of tho Government mule
coits, mule, driver and all, went off
tlio causeway into tlio water, near
tlio jail, thin morning.
The lie v. Mr. Oggol announced
yesterday at his evening service that
ho will pi each next Sunday evening
at tho Lvceuni on "Tho observance
The hole in a biidgb on the Pali
road, to which attention was once or
twice directed in this paper, is re
ported to have been satisfactorily
Mu. Dick Sharrctt, dray driver for
Mehsrs. IIti8taco Ss Robertson, had
two of his fingers smnshed this morn
ing, whilo working nt somo machi
nery on Brewer's wlinrf.
A okntlkman who paid a visit to
tlio Government school nt Kaneoho
recently, and inspected tlio work,
speaks highly of tlio school and its
A competent practical engineer,
with yearn of experience and tho
best of references, in want of nn en
gagement, is added to Major Qulick's
The Row Alex. Mackintosh re
quests tlio lady collectors of St. An
drew's Cathedral to forward to him
tho proceeds of tho pust month's col
lections by next Wednesday morn
ing. Mil. and Mrs. White of tlio Eagle
IIouso very kindly admitted to their
verandahs yesterday porsons desirous
of obtaining a good view of tho pro
cession, besides earning tlio gratitude
of thopress by special provision for
A $100 inaro belonging to the
Government was dying at tlio stables
this morning, of blood poisoning.
Tho animal whilo nt tho Pali recent
ly .lost one of her shoes, and tho
hoof was worn down to tho quick,
resulting in blood poisoning.
A Chinaman who had galloped his
hortc across a bridge, camo up before
His Honor tho Polico Justice this
morning, to answer therefor. His
Honor considering 'that tho alleged
charge was proven, fined John $5, to
which the latter replied, "That's too
much," and evinced signs of general
Cai-tain Winding, master of tho
bark Potest Queen, met with a pain
ful accident whilo at Mahukona,
Hawaii. Ho was knocked down by
a sling of freight, and in trying to
break tho full, by putting out his
bunds, 0110 of tlio fingers of his right
hand was broken.
The whaler Wanderer, which has
been cruising ubout the islands for
tlio past week or so, without getting
any oil, hovo to ofT port this morn
ing to get her mail. Aboard tlio
Wanderer is nn Esquimau whaler.
Ho is pleasant little fellow, so fat
that ho waddled liko a duck, and
when ho laughed his eyes could not
The bark Forest Queen arrived
hero yesterday, 2 days from Mahu
kona. While at Mahukona, and be
fore discharging all her freight for
that place, who lost two anchors und
was compelled to put to Ben, on ac
count of sovero weather. The cap
tain says ho thinks ono of the nn
chois can bo recovered.
This afternoon His Honor. Justice
McCully, sitting in the Supreme
Court, at Chambers, rendered a
lengthy oral judgment in the caso of
Swift vs. Garstins, dissolution of
partnership. Tho decree of com
plaint was dismissed. Appeal noted.
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The meeting of this society, on
Saturday evening waa highly suc
cessful und interesting. Tho pro
gramme published in this paper on
Friday was well carried out, and the
several members wero received with
hearty appreciation. After the
entertainment, n business meeting
was held. A voto of thanks was
'passed to the ladies and gentlemen
who had taken part in tho entertain
ment. Committees were appointed
-mid other items of business trans
acted. A number of persons, male
and female, signed tho pledge, and
wero duly invested witli the badge.
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued and will lo found tp
bo an intcrcstipg and comprehensive
number, containing tlio latest
Volcano news, full particulars of
the wreck of the harkentino Selina,
numerous editorial articles on local
topics, and a complete resume of
Honolulu and island news. To be
J. II,. Soppr, Merchant street,
A, M. Hewitt, Merchant street,
mul Bulletin OlQcpj
Tlio Funeral of the Late
A MOURNING PUBLIC.
The funeral of tho lato Princess
Likelike took plneo yesterday.
Being a Itoyal funeral it wns largely
attended, not only by residents of
Honolulu but by numerous persons
from the neighboring islands. The
evidences of mourning were general.
Manifestation of respect for the
deceased were shown 011 all sides.
The funeral took place under cir
cumstances wholly in accord with
such a sad and solemn ceremony,
and there was nothing whatever,
cither in the weather or the arrange
ments, to deprive tho event of any
of its touching significance. On the
other hand, everything In connec
tion with the ceremony was impres
sive, and thoroughly bclltted the
character of tho lady. Being the
Sabbath Day all shops and places
of business were naturally closed
along tho line of march, as well as
elsewhere. The conditions were
favorable, and although crowds of
people had flocked hither from all
parts of the islands, to witness the
obsequies, there was no overcrowd
ing or crushing fiom one end of tlio
procession to the other. To the
onlooker, there was evidence of sin
cere regard and esteem.
The first special service wns held
in the Throne room at half-past
9 o'clock, in tho presence of the
relatives of the deceased, Their
Majesties, members of the Itoyal
family, Cabinet Ministers, members
of tho Privy Council and Legisla
ture, tho Consular corps, tho Judi
ciary, and the attending physician,
Dr. McKibbin. It wns conducted
by the Bishop of Honolulu, assisted
by his clergy. The beautiful burial
service of tlio church of England
and the character of the audience,
made it as impressive and touching
as the nature of the service could
make it, the whole being read with
a solemn imprcssivcucss and dis
tinctiveness that tundi- it heard most
distinctly by all present.
The procession started nt 2
o'clock piccisely, the first minute'
gun being fired as tho clock struck
two. As it moved slowly and
solemnly along toward tho Mauso
leum, the hands, at intervals, mean
while playing tho "Head March in
Saul" ami other airs appropriate to
the occasion, the crowd stood res
pectfully and sympathetically on
the sidewalks. It was an affecting
scene throughout, and thero was
but one sentiment in those solemn
The procession formed on King
streeet, moved along King street to
Nuuanu street, up Nuuanu street to
the Mausoleum, in the following
Undertaker Mr. C. E. Williams.
Platoon of Polico.
Marshal of tho Kingdom Hon. J. L.
Deputy Marshal lion. Frank Pahla.
St. Louis Baud.
St Louis College.
Royal School Cadets.
Honolulu Fire Department.
Mechanic's Benellt Union.
Improved Order of Bed Men.
Ancient Order of Farcstcrs.
Amcricin Legion of Honor.
Knights of Pythias.
Geo. W. Do Long Post, No. 15. G. A. It.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Reformatory School Band.
Church of the Latter Day Saints.
Hul Kuu Lei.
Ahahul Oploplo Pmiwal Lokahl.
Halo Nana Society.
Hooiilu Luhui Society.
Lllluoknlnnl Mutual Benevolent Society.
Second Division Liliuokalani Educa
First Divltlon Liliuokalani Educational
Konohlkis of Crown Lands.
Konohlkh of Private Lauds of His
Konohlkis of Private Lauds of Her
Konohlkis of Prlvat Lands of Her latt
Major General Commanding and Staff.
Rural Hawaiian Band.
Servants of Her Royal Highness Prin
The King's Household Servants.
Servants of Her lato Royal Highness.
Tho Clergy of tho Roman catholic
Tha Clergy of the Anglican Church.
Alii bearing Decorations and Jewels of
Her lato Royal Highness.
Alii bearing Coronet.
Chief Mourners Hon. A. S. Clcghorn
and H. R. Princess Kiihilaui.
Her Royal Highness Pi Incogs Liliuoka
lani, and Lletitcnaut-GeueiMl the
Hon. John O, Domini.
Carriage of Her Majesty.
Her Royal Highness Princess Poouiat
kelaul. The Chancellor Hon. A. F. J mid.
President of tho Legislative Assembly,
5 I S
t e i
B S 3
Judges of the Bnprorao Court.
Governor of the different Islands,
Collector-General of Customs.
Sheriffs of tho dlffcicnt Islands.
Clerks of Government Departments.
Custom llonso Olllccrs and Oillccrs of
The pall-hcarcrH wero His Excel
lency It. II. Baker, Governor of
Maui) Hon. J. T. Baker, Shetiff of
Hawaii; Hon. Junius Kimc. Hon.
W. Pinchas-a Wood, Hon. D. Ka
haiiu, Hon. J. G. Hoapili, Messrs.
Geo. G. Beokley, John Kna, James
Humphreys, J. Kuai, David Manaku,
J. W. Moanauli, J. P. Minn and
On arriving near tlio Mausoleum,
there wns a halt by the military and
fire companies, they drawing up on
cither sido while tho catafalque
passed through. Within the Mau
soleum were seated tho members of
tho Itoyal family. The Knwuihait
Club sang tho 23rd psalm, "Tho
Lord is My Sliephercd," to a plain
tive chant, after which the Bishop
read the committal service. Tlio
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh offered
up the final prayers, tho choir sang
the hymn, "Now the Laborer's Task
is O'er," and tlio solemn ceremony
was ended. A few distinctive kahilis
were left within the Mausoleum, and
the doors were closed in silence and
The return to the city was headed
by the Royal Hawaiian Band, and
before sundown the city and its
surtoundiugs had assumed its normal
Jiequiescut in Pace.
at chamueks niu'oiti: puestox .t.
Monday, February 28th.
In the matter of application of
Mr. A. C. Smith on behalf of Peter
Ilenson, for a writ of habeas corpus.
Sir. A. C. Smith for the applicant,
the Attorney-General for tho Crown.
The grounds raised by counsel
for the applicant were, (1) reason
for arrest, (2) why Ilenson was
held, (!)) how the Crown purposed
to dispose of the prisoner.
Tlio Attorney-General stated that
tho prisoner had been arrested as
a deserter, and was held at the re
quest of the master of the bark
Drotting Sophia, and they proposed
to dispose of him according to law.
His Honor said that when arrest
ed, Ilenson should have been ten
dered on board the vessel from
which ho was alleged to have de
serted. He allowed time for the
Attorney-General to amend the
return. The return being amended
His Honor stated that he should
hold that the order of arrest at tho
captain's request wns insufficient,
and he accordingly orderod tho dis
charge of the prisoner Peter Ilenson.
Littlo Jack : 'My mamma's new
fan is hand-painted.' Little Dick:
Pooh! Who cares? Our whole
CHAS. T. GULICK, NOTARY
PUUL1C. S icl.il (mention given
to writing up books and collecting uc
counts and rents.
Employment Agency. All orders for
plantation laborers, liou'cliold icrvamy,
etc., will icccivu nrrmpt attention from
Mr. F. Marcos, who has had long expc
riencu in this line of Imslncsa OS
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour ii
ollered for sulo by GOKSALVK1 &i
VU., Queen Wtrcet. ui
YIEWS of tho Lava Flow of tf87,
fiom Negatives mado on the second
day of the eruption, thnwing tlio col.
unmnflan at,tliu touico ciater, may
ho piscn at ih 1 Pliotograi h Rooms of J.
GONSALVFi-J. 129 Fort St. 62
WE HAVE jnt't received per Aus
truiln a new lot of AitUth' Ma
terial', El ony Wore, Bra"kot, Call net
Fruines, Rustic Fraimn, etc. And wo
nro better prepared than ever to make
Cornices and Plcturo Frame, haUng
the largest and bust sdectud stuck of
Mouldings in tho Kingdom. Kino
Bnos. iKT ETonn. 34
Du. Flint's Hhakt IIkmuuy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eubo and also for Disuuscs of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottlo. Benson Smith &.
Co., Agents. HM.
m m .
Patkonizk Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tlio Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill nil
oideis at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
und promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully iiniled to
tho fact "110 licciibo is required" to
sell theso cigars. Do not forgot tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor tlio place
Grystul Soda Works, Hotel sheet,
Now Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nichol's More, Fort street,
next tho Shooting Gallery, Pic
lures, Portrulta ami Views. Filflt-claeB
work. Satisfaction gu.iranteid.
Olv .1. A. GONSALVKS.
WING ON W0 & CO.
Have removed to
No. ti KING STBISET,
Bet. Maunnk a & Nuuanu Bis.,
Ami beg leave lo notify the publlo that
thoy huvo iut received a
fresh Invoice of
XXX MANILA CIGARS
And other eholcu brands of tho Beat
Quality, for mlu at moderato
price. Also a full lino of
General Merchandise, Grocorlos, Matting.
China 4k Japan Ten u Specialty.
COTTAGE TO LET.
iOA AT A- VrSRY llRASOJJAliriE
fiS&SviK Churgi-, ilnw neat co-t ige i.n
ss!H tho plulm, ret eutly occupied
by Mr. Peacock, tf l'rccth Jl Peacock,
mid afterwards by Mr. Bh htii. Tho
cottigccoutuiiMsuoral rooun, a nice
yard, st'ihln and canluo hoiuc. lor
particular aw ly on tho iirrmlses or to
M. It. COLBUHN, at O.ihti IVUmi I9tf
COTTAGE TO LET.
fA A COTTAGE ON I1KRE-tfjflS-j
lunh Street, niljolnlni; tho
timm residence of Mk. Mnrimn.
Cottage contains fi tooms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
THE well known Old Corner
PrcniiROH, Apply nt the BEA
VER SALOON !7 tf
A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
newly furnMicd, at 10." Nuiianu
Avenue, by the week or mouth.
GlMw MBS. V. G. XEEDHAM.
For Sulo or Leti.se.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Puliation Struct ealhd "Kminuilo
lila," the ptopeity of C. II .luild, mo for
Bale or for lease t'or a term of c tip.
Ftr pirtleuhrs innulru of
ALEX. .1. OARnVRIGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. lil, lfcfcO.
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAL
X klhl.nt present occupied by G. D.
licctli. Apply ntoilice of
FRLET11 & PEACOCK,
12 If 23 Nuuanu street.
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Luualllo Street.
At present occupied by 1'. Opfci.
gilt, Et(p ft contains parlor, dining
room und 2 bcdmoinu, bith, pantry nod
kitchen. A laigu ynrd with outbuild
ings for horse, carriage and nrrvuit?.
17tf Apply to II. J. AGNHYV.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT. delightfully
located, now occupied a 11 private
residence by J. B. Castle. For full
particular', enquire of the owner nt
CASTLE & COOKE'S. C8 2w
TO LET or FOR SALE.
A HI ALL, Bmuif COTTAGE TO
lit or for talc, at Lolco, hut would
prefer to tell on casv tcrnw. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS,
At the Hawaiian Soip Woik, Leleo,
King street. 59 2w
TO LET OR LEASE.
q-WIAT UUILDING FORMEKLY
X occupied lw Wong Lcong tis his
residence t K-ip ilam.i, i.uar the Reform.
atry School, containing 7 rooms, in
cluding I'urinr, ucuioom, uiiiiug room
and Kitchen, is now oil'cred for lent or
lcaso at a m-ft rcabonaliltt r.ite. For in
formation enquire nt William It. Castle's
law olllce, or of Ah In, corner or Here
tania and Nuuanu Streets. 03 ilw
THE UNEXPIRED LEASE OF
those piemUts tltunted in Nuuanu
Valley, known ns Grove Cottage, form
erly occupied by J. II. Paly, nud recent,
ly by the undersigned, as n residence.
Tliu lease expires Dec. 1, 18s8.
Apply to BI1UOE OARTWRIGIIT.
M itw No. it Kiinhuinnmi St.
THE RESIDENCE AND
Prtbluro Linda at P.iuoa Vid
ley. occuniul by Mrs. Lone.
Apply on the premibcs. S'Jif
A DROWN HOUSE,
about lfiJJ hands high,
heavy mune and lull.
No tn nud. Tail out
to hocks. Tlio Under
ruwarded upon npplh
F M. SWANZY,
will ba suitably,
GOOD PAbTUItAOE FOR nOIt3ER
$1)00 per muutli. near tnun. Ap
pll to T. J. KINO.
10 at Union Feed C
MISS H. TUCK has removed from
l'uiicliliowl Hlieel lo Xo. 43
Kuuna Ntrcet, when- M10 will bo
glad to meet all her miplls. Embroid
ery und Fancy Work Chuci now form,
ing Now Stamping l'attcrna received
regularly by mall. 10tf
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE
Stoekhnlilcru of the 1'copluTi Ice &
Itefrigeriting Co., will he held Jlireh
Hi, nt 11 o'clock sharp, nlthaComp.
W. B. FOSTEH,
Clld Sic'yP. I.ifcllcf. Co.
HpllE Ati'NUALMKKTlNfl OF THE
X Stockholder of the .luler-fslnud
Steam Navigation Co. will bo held
Match lut, nt 10 o'clock, a. m. at tliclr
olllce on tiio Esplanade.
0U2l Src'y 1.1.8. N. Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE uudiiralgiud huvo money In loan
in sums of not lct-a than one tboim.
and dollars upon sUlsfautory eecurlty.
SMITH. TJIUHSTON & KlNNEY.
H2tf CO Fort Street, Honolulu,
BY A SINGLE GENTLBMAN. IN
a quiet iirivatu family within tho
city propor, a turnUhed room. Addrog,
stating pntlcular.', H. f, Post Ofllco
llox No. 1 1. OUlf
WANTED.-A riJltNISIICn 1IOOM
iu n private family, within u few
mlnnles' walk of Out Post Oilier. Ap.
ply at till oflleu. 03 J f
SIX QOOO nnESSMAKKllSwau'ed
nt Qliu.., J. FMioV Drcfhinaklng
EstablUhment. Nouo but guod hnmls
need to apply. - 1 1 tf
l IIIXjBJ'JU, -
Hell Telephone 172.
The Best Manila Cigars- in the Market!
Charles Stuait Cuverley recently publMicd 0 specimen of his lyrical tnlent,
entitled " Mr. Lislle's Song " of which the following two verse uio n specimen:
There is n rapture evcecilitig nil measure,
Loft to enliven this nonouftil world;
Who does not think of that moment with pleasure,
When Hrid round his lips tho wreathing moko curled r
Parenn look gravo or sick,
Call it n nasty trick,
Say it Is ruinous any it is wrong;
Happy indeed h hii lot,
Who, fur thc.o earing not,
PtifPt liko a clilmney.pot, ,
All tho day long.
Some, who are troul led with endle entreaties,
Strlo for 11 time Oil 4i light to foropo;
Vain nio thtlr ellortx, their falliiru romplcln Is '- ''
Llfu with nn smoklnp'i unbearably klow.
Soon their mistake they Mini, '
, Leave all such thoughts' behind, ,
Wise resolution) all vunlih in simile;
Acd to their cost they see
That, If their life must bo
71 'Twll bo no Joke.
Temple of" fashion,"
& :3GG5 Fovt Street, Honolulu.
During my absence from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
Hits been reduced 10 per cent, less than cost, in order to
make room for new importations. Great Bargains are
offered. 59 S. EHRLICH.
ITnWtig bought the
Bpi'jT98Bi of Fforpsi 1 fin &
dlgdiliiio m Lg,i1s8 m InJi h
Fiom the Temple of Pahion nt greatly reduced rnt8, o now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
These goods nic hrst c!a8 lu eveiy lespcci and conit of nil grades and qiwl.
Clotlii, SiitaMis M ilie iicl ai Poor ale.
In offcnlng them to our customers wo would mo.t respectfully drw thMr at
tention to the fact that we are giving them the bjneftt of our cheap birgniu and
invito tho public in general tn give us a cili und examine these goods bclore pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known loomed etpocial comment. 59
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Go.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tiie Lager Peer of
At tho Expositions
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fino Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Comer Fort & Merchant Btroet?, Honolulu. Campbell's link.
ISLAND1TRADE SOLICITED AMD PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
ONE FAMirA' COW, haU Jersey,
young nud a good milker. 1m
tiortel Irom California, Imiulrnof
J. II. SOPEB,
FOR SALE !
ONE LA1KIE LOT, coroor Penfucola
and Luri'illlo Sts, which can ho
divided Into two or more building lots.
KiKpiiro of G. WEST,
fit Of West, Dow & Co.
ONK UWOie SADDLE HOUSE.
Guaranteed Sound RtylUh louk
ing animal. Prlco 8150. Euqulro nt
this olllce. 0Uw
,NE TIUM CAK.AND 800 FEET
of T HiiIIb. six' pounds to tho tint.
wlh uolla mm liaii-piatct complete.
Suitable for Wardmote- or Plantation.
Apply to HOLLISTEU & 00.
. . .. --.i .. .
Mutual Telephone 37.
entire Stock of
the al.ovo Hrewcry
the First Prizes
of 168i and USG
Will ho open (vary aftciuoon and erin.
lug ll& follow hi
Monitsy, Tuesday, IWBactttay !
To tho publlo in general.
For Udlot and gentlemen.
For ladles, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fanny Sk'etlng.
Frllay and Saturday Eiojlngs. jBH
WILLIAM WALL, MaKojjwr. ; H
'ill Hi 1 1 Till i mil i JtBW TtfrinWirffM
ti V 1
3 " Wk