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FRIDAY. MAN. 4, 1887.
Htmr.T A Cummins from Koolnit
Sclir Wallele from Kttrui
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hehr Malolo for I.atipalioehoo
Melir Ciuiutc for I.atipahoehoo
IJgtno V (1 Irwin Tor Sun Francisco
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CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir I.eahl V00 bags nitgar.
Sclir Wullcle 1.220 baps sugai.
Tilt) whaler FloctWlne; was off Dia
mond Head lit 7 o'clock this morning.
At 7.25 iho whaler Northern Light made
bor appearance oil' tho I load and at 7.15
another whaler was Blghtcd 15 miles off
ami standing to thu South.
At 10:55 this morning tho whaler
Kolndeor was reported 10 miles to thu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Sonoma, Howes
Jk Zolln, McKay
Ilk Maltha Fisher, IJueklu
Oor bk 0 It Bishop, Wolters
Hklno KHkltat, Outlet1
Bgtno V O Irwin, McCtilloch
Ilk Forest Qticen, Winding
Ilktno S N Onstlo, Ilubbaut
Brit bark Velocity. Bolster
Am wh bk Lancer, ftoniXcwHcd-"ford,diioFeblO-2S
Am wh bk Keludeer, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-23
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
Francisco', duo reb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San
Francisco, dno Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Flcetwlng, from SaiiFran
elco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William liayllics, from San
Francisco, dno Feb 10-2S
Am wh bk Mary ami Susan, from San
Francisco, dim Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, from San Franclco,
duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Franc Isco, due Feb 10-2S
Am missionary steam bktnc Morning
Star, II -F Turner, fiom tho South Sea
Islands, dno Feb 20-2S
1' M. S S City of Bio do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San 'Francisco, en l onto to
Yokohama and Hongkong, due March
Am bark Tlmonr, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dee 17, due May 1-20.
Am wh balk Hunter, Geo AV .Tcnk,
from the Lino Islands, due Match 10-111.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Am bk Ccvlou, It Calhoun, from ban
Francisco, due Feb 18-20
Haw sclir General Seigel, from French
Frigate Shoals, duo Nov 20-30.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The tainfall, at Mr. F. L. Clarke's,
Fnuoa valley, for tho month of Feb.
was G.D2 inches.
. 1 m
Tun brigantino W. G. Irwin will
sail at 10 o'clock to-monow niorn
ing.for San Francisco.
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"The sabbath during tho Apostolic
ago," will bo tho btibjcct of discourse at
tho Tract and Missionary Hall, this
Those who get their grub at tho
CJub House, weio treated to spiced
porn beef of superior quality, at noon
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet to-morrow, Satur
day ovening, at tho tcsidonco of Mr.
J. T. Wnterhoitso Jr.
Theiie will bo a niusicnlo at Oahu
Collego, Tuesday, March 8th, at 7 :30
v. m. The friends of tho institution
and lovers of music will bo wolcomo
on that occasion.
The T. M. S. S. Co.'s steamer City
of New York will bo due to-morrow
frpni Japan. Sho is appointed toleavo
fVnjorro.w afternoon for San Fran
cisco direct. Cbrresponiprit8 will do
Tvcll to take noto thereof,
Tin; tajget shooting contest be
tween Dr. IJioilio, Dr. Emerson, O.
1$. Wilson, J. II. Fisher, E. Hingley
and C. Nicoll, of tho Hawaiian
Itiilo Association, and W. linger, W.
King, F. Higgins, W. Bothwell, C.
W. Ashford and J. W. Pratt, of tho
Honolulu ltilles, will tako place at
H . It. A. range, King street, to-morrow
The British bark Velocity, Bolster
master, 40 days from Hongkong,' en
tered port this afternoon, after re
maining in quarantine for 21 hours,
rifid ilockcd at tho old Custom Houso
wharf. Tio Velocity brougbt 18
P)un,cso pteerngo pabson.gors, ami a
ptifgp (if OJijieso niorciai(djsQ. Site
ltj'cpnsigiieti. to a Ciiineso linn. Hor
ptow, excepting the flist and second
officers, is composed, otHiioly of
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL CARRIAGE
Of the several carriage companies
in this town, tho Hawaiian Hotel
Carriago Co. ranks amongst the fore
most. Having a large stock of car
riages, some of which ato always
available) for hire, good horses, and.
(Jonipotont iji Ivors, tho proprietors,
Messrs. Miles & Ilayloy, claim to
givo the public entire satisfaction.
Tho stand of the Company is at the
stables, corner of Kicliard and Hotel
streets, an advantage by which
they arc enabled to supply hacks at
any hour of tip day or night. Tho
wsiiicss also'' comprises "' saddle
torses, bugg'ics aiUl wagonettes, to
et at all times. In the sales depart
ment, can always bo fount good
jjqrsps, phaotpns, and buggies,
second hand hacks, carts, Jianiqss,
etc. Tho Company's telephone num
ber is 32.
At tho mooting of the Honolulu
Rilles, Inst evening, four new mem
bers were elected. March 25th wn3
set for tho ball, mul two amend
ments to the by-laws were made.
The amendments arc, that sergeants
and corporals shall bo appointed by
tho captain, and that the monthly
dues of each members shall be one
At noon to-morrow, Mr. Lewis J.
Levey will sell at public auction tho
lease of valuable propctty sttunto nt
Kahuluu, Kuolau, Oahu, and all
the buildings, machinery and ap
purtenances thereon situate. Also
the lease of a certain piece of land
with buildings and improvements,
situate on Nmiantt street, all of
which are fully described in the ad
The protracted trial at the 1'olico
Court, of tiie assault and battery
ease arising out of a game of paka
pio, has given rise to severe tests
of cross-examination, in which the
Hon. Paul Neumann, one of tho
thtce counsel for tho defendants,
has had some sharp crosses with tho
Attorney-General, in which tho cx-Attorncy-Gencrnl
out victorious. Tho case still drags
A DOSE OF KEROSENE OIL.
Shortly before 5 o'clock yester
day afternoon, n native woman was
seen hastily making tracks down
Fort street from Kukui street, with
a suspicious-looking bundle in her
arms, and followed by several ex
cited natives. l)y enquiry It was
ascertained that the bundle the
woman carried was a little girl,
who had drunk a heavy dose of
kerosene oil, and was being can led
to the doctor's. The child, notnioro
than four years old, was rather sick,
from the "effects of the kerosene,
this morning, but not seriously so.
Following is the programme of tho
cntcttainmcnt to bo given at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall, this evening,
March 4th, by tho lads of tho Mailo
Boat Club :
Chorus A Life on tho Ocean Wave...
By the Club
Violin Solo A Wan lor Bold
Dialogue Dickey Dot, and Dotty
Dick Ada Whitney and Lida West
Vocal Solo White Wiugs.WIUIc Berger
Choi us Jolniiiio Sand By the Club
.Beading Miss K. V. Hall
l'lano Solo Selections from on
Martha Arthur Wall
Pantomime Vlllklus and his Dinah..
. . .. Albci t .Tttdd, James Judd, G. Boss
Vocal Solo Where there's Is a Will,
thete's a way Willio Berger
Chorus Johnnie Sehmokcr
By the Club
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing tho latcsi
Volcauo news, full particulars of
tho wreck of the barkentino Selina,
numerous editorial articles on local
topics, and a complete resume of
Honolulu and island news. To be
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewitt, Merchant street,
and Uur.Lr.Tis OHice.
BLUE RIBBON ENTERTAINMENT.
The Blue Itibbon League will give
another free cntcttainmcnt at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall to-morrow (Satur
day) evening, with the following
1 Voenl Solo. ,.,...,., Mr. Morse
2 Hendhuj;., Mr. Maedonald
. ..Mrs. J. B. Hauford, Mr. L. Lvrnau
I Beading: Mr: J. F. Brown
5 Flute Solo with Piano Accompani
ment Mr. Morso
0 Address Bov. E. O. Oggel
7 Solo Mrs. J. E. Hauford
8 Gospel Hymns and Signing l'lcdgo
The first of this series of enter
tainments given last Saturday even
ing, tho League scored a success.
Tho object is' to furnish for all a
bright, laughter-provoking, care
dispelling hour, leavened with wis
dom. Tho ladies and young men
are especially invited.
THE 0URA TROUPE.
Tho second performance of the
Oura Troupo of Japanese Acrobats
was given Inst ovening nt the Opera
House. Notwithstanding tho incle
ment btato of tlio woathcr, it having
sot in wot and cold during tho even
ing, tho attendance wns good in the
body of tho house nnd also in the
gallery. Tito performance was most
interesting throughout, and reflect
ed credit on tho whole company,
loud demonstrations of applause
being frequently awnrded to tho
several performers, the juveniles
particularly, Tho whole combina
tion is the best specimen of a Japan
ese entertainment ever tendered to
a Honolulu public. The excellence
of the performances absorbed tho
entire attention of tho audience
throughout the evening, while tho
clllcicut orchestra, under tho leader
ship of Mr. II, Bergnr. furnjslicd
sweet nnd appropriate iitusto 'during
tho evening. ' '
To-morrow, a matineo will bo
given for tho special benefit of our
juvenllo community, who have a
grand treat in stpfro for tjipm.
(bo evening, a final pcrfoniiiipcc is
announced, wlton a bumper liouso
muy bo anticipated.
H. F. D.
The Representatives of the Ilono.
lulu File Depattmcnt held a meet
ing last night, Chief Kngiuccr
Wilson In the chair. A bill of 55KJ.70
was ordered to bo paid. Henry
Robinson, a member of Kngine Co.
No. 1 , was ordered to lie relieved in
the sum of SM), ho having been sick
ever since the lire on buatd thu
steamer W. G. Hall. There being
no fttt titer business, the meeting
REAL ESTATE SALE.
At 12 noon to-morrow, at their
sales room, Messrs. E. 1'. Adams
& Co. will sell eight different lots of
real estate, mostly on tho island of
Maui, tho first lot only being at
l'ttnaliou, this island. These pro
perties belongs to the estate of the
late Dr. Baldwin, and will bo sold
to the highest bidders for cash.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play nt Kmma Square Saturday
afternoon, commencing at 4:00
o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: March The Guards Low
Overture Queen of Spades Suppu
Fantasia Happy Times, (new)
Polncca Polonlac, (now) Whin
Selection Bohemian Ghl Balfe
Waltz Loves Drcamlatid Boeder
i '!. i. n I
The puzzle set forth in these
columns last evening aroused con
siderable interest amongst tho young
folks, whilst a few older ones also
essayed to solvo tho problem.
Everyone swears they have accom
plished tho trick, but tltc majority
of them forget how it was done. To
the sanguine few who care to try it
once more, consolation is afforded
them by it being authoritatively as
serted that it can bo dono in live
different ways. Try again !
C8VERN0R DOMINIS' BIRTHDAY.
Yesterday Lieutenant-General J.
O. Dominis attained his fifty-fifth
year. There was no public demons
tration, nor did Ills Excellency hold
any reception, his present state of
health not justifying him in so doing,
but to his surprise, Bandmaster
Berger, being cognisant of the fact,
waited at Washington House in tho
early part of the day, with the Royal
Hawaiian Band, and played a selec
tion of music appropriate to the
A better entertainment, for the
money or it may bo truthfully
said, not so good lias never been
offered to the public of Honolulu,
than the Cosmorama now open at
the old Astor House, Hotel street.
Twenty largo and splendidly exe
cuted views, with 200 small stereo
scopic pictures thrown in, and all
for 25 cents. Tho largo pictures
now on view will bo replaced by
fresh one3 shortly. It is tho inten
tion of tho management to make a
complete change every two or three
days, so that the same persons may
go time after time, and sec some
thing new every time.
Masters of tho whale ships have
expressed themselves as being gtatc
ful to the Minister of Interior, for
granting the use of the lug boat, at
a reasonable charge, for communi
cating with their vessels whilo out
side, thus greatly facilitating their
despatch. Small and suitable sail
ing craft aro not always available,
and when obtainable cannot always
move with promptitude, for want of
wind, frequently compelling tho ship
to lie off and on another night
something very unpleasant in rainy
and squally weather. The tug is
always available, ard can tnovo with
celerity without wind. The Minis
ter, Mr. Aholo, in allowing its use,
has secured the hearty thanks of tho
captains for the accommodation thus
A WAIL ABOUT ROADS.
One who styles himself A "Suf
ferer," has forwarded to us for pub
lication a letter concerning the
roads. . Wo givo it in the words of
Mn. EqiToni As tlto condition
of tho roads lias been published in
the Bulletin, I now pattako of your
complaints about tho streets of this
city. If tlto Road Supervisor was
only to drivo through streets, viz. :
Chaplain Lauo, Ntutanu Avenuo
from Kukui to School streets, across
School street to Judd street, Lllilia
street and Wylio street, ho will find
it mighty hard for his interior or
gans, and if ho has a btrokc of heart
disease lie might fall dead to tho
ground. If this accident don't hap
pen to anyone, the roads wouldn't
be repaired unless somc.on.o ia killed,
then tiey would say,' "If tho roads
(tad beon repaired when thoy began
to give way we wouldn't bo in such
a scrape, but thu conjunction (?)
comes loo lato, like the Irishman
who said, "Don't ciy for milk when
it is spilt." A. bui'i'iiituu.
Tins is a specimen of the compo
sition of a full growi Upy who has
had t,lte h&ncilt! of illiberal1 educa
tion at ii Government school. Ills
composition, ' like tho roads, is in
want of Itnmcdiato repairs. Eu.
It a said tha,t Mpsi. W. II.
Smith, am Sou aro tibout to follow
tho example of Sir Edward Guinness,
and' sell their business to a limited
QUEEN EMMA HALL.
Tho committee-, who aro fitting up
"Queen Emma Hall" for a Reading
Room nnd Class Rooms for 11a
walians, gratefully acknowledge tho
following donations nnd mtbscrip
lions: I. O. Jones Esq., 100 chairs ;
Hon. A. V. Judd, 1 chandelier; J.
B. Alherton Esq., 2 chandeliers;
Hon. II. Wntorhouso, bracket lamps
and lanterns; Hon. C. R. Bishop, 2
book cases; Honolulu Library As
sociation 2 tables nnd 12 chairs,
(formerly the properly of the Boys'
Reading Room) ; Allen & Robinson,
1 roll malting; Lowers & Cooke, 1
roll; Wilder & Co., 1 step-ladder;
Pacific llardwaro Co., 5 gals, oil;
E. O. Hall & Son, f.O lbs white lead;
Mrs. C. P. Ward, SO, Mrs. C. A.
Brown, 83, Mrs. T. R. Foster, $f,
Miss E. B. Knight, $5, Mrs. F.
Httstace, 85, Mrs. W. E. Foster, 85,
Mrs. C. M. Hyde, 85, Mrs. S.
l'atkcr, 85, Mrs. A. MoWayne, 5,
Miss R. Thompson, $1.
Further donations and subscrip
tions are solicited. The Committee
have uso for about one hundred
dollars more. Framed engravings
and chromos, books and newspapers
are much desired. Articles given
can be left at the Hall ; money can
be paid to tho Treasurer, Hon. II.
The regular monthly meeting of
the officers nnd trustees of tho
Library Association was held last
ovening. Mr. Cartwright reported
having received 8100 of tlto amount
appropriated by the last Legislature.
By the terms of the appropriation,
this money is to be devoted exclu
sively to tho purchase of now books.
Mr. Cartwright also presented on
behalf of His Ex. Mr. Gibson,
several pamphlets on Hawaiian
affairs, in French nnd Spanish. Dr.
Rodgors, from the hall and library
committee, reported that when the
books now on hand, including those
from the Boys' Reading Room, were
all catalogued, the Library would
contain about six thousand volumes.
A resolution was passed defining
the duties of the auditing com
mittee. It was voted that tho fur
niture of tho Boys' Reading Room,
not being needed for the use of the
Association, should bo turned over
to the Hawaiian branch of the Y. M.
C. A., now being fitted up at the
late residence of Queen Emma.
Various matters pertaining to the
details of association work were
considered and settled, after which
the meeting adjourned. It is par
ticularly desired that any paitics
having books or pamphlets relating
to Hawaiian or Polynesian affaits,
which they are willing to givo
towards a permanent collection,
should communicate cither with Mr.
A. J. Cartwright, president, or Dr.
C. T. Rodgcrs, chairman of tlto
library committee. Nothing in thi3
line, hoVever trilling, will come
HANLAN ON ROWINC.
Haitian, tho ox-champiou sculler,
has been taking advantage of the
ignorance of his transatlantic fellow
countrymen to blow his own trum
pet. He thinks he will beat Bench
in their next race, which is to be
rowed this year in Australia, if ho is
in condition. He has, however, ex
plained his views on the respective
merits of English and American
oarsmen, nnd these are interesting.
The failure of the Americans in their
recent contests with Englishmen ho
attributes to tho absence of tho samo
perfect system of training which
Englishmen undergo. While, says
Haitian, tho American scullers aro
"liko a lot of schoolboys at play,"
Iho English aro governed by strict
rules. They low steadily in prac
tice, and are never allowed to sputt.
Tho Australians are oven nioro
strict than tho English. Ilunlau de
clares ho has been watching tho va
rious methods for years, and hopes,
now to be able to effect somothing
in tiic nature of a revolution in tho
American system. With good train
ing he thinks his countrymen ought
to secure and keep in their own
hands tlto championship of tho
world. Homo News.
The number of paupers in Lon
don on tho last day of tho second
week of tho month was 1)2,380, as
compared with 01,081 on tlto cor
responding day last year.
Dr. Grogor, of Nat in, has loft be
quests amounting to 1 1,000 for edu
cational and charitable purposes for
the benefit of the people of Narin
and the district.
QPERRY'S No. 1 Fmnllv Flour t
J olleied Tor sale by GOSfJALYE"' &
CO., Queen Stioet. " 1)1
Y'lEWS of the Lava Flow or 1W,
1'iom Nepal Ives mado on thu hcooud
day uf the eiuption, showing the col.
until of lava at the tonrce outer, may
ho men at ihu Photograph Booms of J.
GONSALVE3, 12'J Fort St. 52
WE HAVE Jum received per Alio,
mil in a now lot of Ainu's' Jlu
tctiitlB, Ebony Wfe, Biifkct, Onbluct
Kriiium, Ittlstio Frani'-e, etc. And we
me heller ptupaud than uverlomaUu
Cornid'rt nnd 1'lrtiiro Frame, luulne;
the hugest and butt Kileutcd Ktuek or
Moulding in thi) Kingdom. Kit
liitoa.' AitT hTom:. ' ai
Dit. Flint's Hi:akt Ri:mi:iv is a
Specific for all foints ofllentt Dis
easo and albo for Disi'iu-es of Kidneys
and Ciroultiaon. Deburiptivu book
with ovety bottle. Roneon, Smith &,
I Co., Agents,
jgggggrL.TlJji?l'AJ '7" ?"' rTTTmKTirBv irr mrnirwni irw wrgirami .tt
rATiioxiu Homo Industry by buy
in;,' oigaiH of J. W. Iliuglny, Cigar
jMaiiufaetiticr, at tho t'rjutnl .Hoiln
Works, whom ho in piepitu il to fill all
oidei'H nt Iho lowest poj-siblo whole
sale pi ices. Island orders solicited
and pioinptly filled. Tho nttoiition
of tlcnU'iH is u'.Mpeet fully invited to
tho fact "no lict'it-u is ictiuiied" to
sell thi'KP rigiiri). IM not forget Ihu
name J. W. Ilingloy, nor Iho place
Crystal Soda Woika, Hotel sheet.
OOTTAUE TO LET.
,5!?LA A UO'lTAUn ON lJMIK-
P'Wfli nun i Diitei, mijoiiiim: tue
i.'ZirfM tesiiieuce of Air. .Mori'iiu.
Cotliigo contains 5 rooms with kitchen.
Lie. Apply to 35. l'. ADAMS & CO.
rpiIK well known Md Corner
X J't'viiiiMCM. Apply nl Ihu I) HA
VER SALOON 1.7 If
l'LKASANT FRONT ROOM,
nmvll' fimilshi'il. nt. HI.. Vini'iiiii
- ' , - -.-- .........i.
Avviiuu, y uie nl'ck or uiouiii.
t;0 4w MltS. W. G. XKEOIIAM.
For Salo or IiOiiso.
rpiIOSB PR KM I SES SITU ATM) ON
X ruitahou Street called "Kaiianllo.
hla," the ptoperty of O. II. Judd, mo for
sale or for lease lor a term of years.
For particular Inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWItlGUT.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, ltfcO. 1608
FOIt LEASE Oil SALE.
rpilE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X Mkl, at present occupied by G. D.
1'iectli. Apply nt oltlue of
FHKETII & WUCOOK,
12 If L'J Nuuanii bltect.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpiJAT BUILDING FORMERLY
X occupied by Wong Lumj; as his
residence at Ivapilamn, lie.ir the Hclonn.
atorjr School, contain lug 7 rooms, In.
cludiu I'.irlor, Ilcdronm, Dlttlnir.rnum
and Mtchcn, ti i.oh ollVrcd for rent or
lease nt a most rcaon:ililu rate. For in
formation onnuiic ui William It. Ca-.Uo s
law ollice, or of Ah In, corner ol Here
latiliiand Xiiuiinu.Sliecls. 02 3w
jJ&hJb. THE RESIDENCE AND
fe"S Pastille L-iiuls ut Piuoi Vul
bi42S3 Imv, (MTiipkd by .Mrs. Lonj;.
Apply on tlio premises.
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpilE undcrsijmul hac money to loin
X in sinus of not less than one tUous.
and dollars upon sillcfaclorv t-ecurily.
SMITH, THURSTON & K'lNNHY,
02tt CO Fort Stteet, Honolulu.
AJAPANrsU COOK w.inled; must
make himself generally useful.
Apply at this Oiltcc. 72
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS w anled
ut Cine, ,T. Fhhol's Dretsmaklnjj
Establishment. None but good hntidp
need to apply. M tf
TITISS H. TUCK ha removed fiom
J.tX I'utichbowl street to So. t:t
JKiuimi Street, where tho will be
glad to meet all her pupils. Embrold.
oiy and Fancy Work Classes now form,
lug. New Stamping Palteins received
regularly by mull. 70tf
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
lite Stockholders of the Intor-h-land
Steam Navigation Co., held March
1, 1887, the following ollleers wero
elected f'.r tho ensuing year:
W. It. GODFREY Vice-President
J. ENA Secretary
W. 11. McLEAN Treasurer
P. C. JONES Auditor
T. R. Foa-r, O. 15. Wilcox, W. 15. God
frey and .1. Etui.
7:tlw J. KNA, Secretary.
AT THE ANNUAL .MEETING OF
tho l'oiipla's Ice and Refrigerating
C'., held this day, tho following olllocis
weio elected for the dialling ycr:
J. M. SASS President
.T K. WILDER Vlee.l'ri slilont
W. E. FOSTER Secretary
W. E. WALL 'lreiisiuer
J. U.PA'IY Auditor
J. M. Sasi, .1, K, Wilder, W. E. Foster
W E. FOSTER,
Scur lM..&Ruf. Co.
Honolulu. March 1,1837. 72 101
IS 1IERRUY GIVEN THAT ON AC
lomit of Urn iloilh of Yontr Kong
Uii;. Mntuii;f r nf the Hi in of Wing Olionp;
Lung, now lining hindnon on coiner of
Muumiko.i and llo'tl streets, Honolulu,
Liu Tan IInoi if, hereby appointed us
mnniijiir of s.ilillltm huie'ifler Ho has
full power to tltru thu til m mime and
bonow money for tho benelltof wild
(li in. 03 :iw
Co-Pa vl'iiii'ship Notice.
TrES3RS.E. PECK AND S. PECK
IVjL have entered Into a cc-partnewhip
tuuler tho llrm name of E. & S. PECK,
from January 1, ISs", aud will carry on
Dwying nnd ForwaidiiifrllusinitiSln all
Its brunches. 11. PECK,
IS lui S. PECK.
FOR SAkE X
NE LARUE I OP. corner Pcnsncolii
I1 T 111.. L?. ...1.I..I I.n
-.a imu J.umuiiu Rift , )iurii uiiu iu
tilYiuiii into two or moie imiiinng iois.
Of We-,1. Dow & Co,
ONK 'IMIAM CAlt AND E00 FRET
ofT Hullf. blx noiinils to tho foot,
wi'h bolts nnd Jli-li-plates complete.
Sultablu for Watchont-o in IMtintiillon.
Apply to IIOI.USTEUiSiOO.
T VAN'S BOAT DUnjDING
li SHOP. Hear of Lucas' .Mill.
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
: & C,r Fort Street, Honolulu.
During' my absence from tbis Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
Has been reduced JO per cent, less than cost, in order to
make room Tor new importations. Great Bargains are
offered. G) s. EHRLICH.
IT. IIIX.1M2IS, '-
Hell Telephone 1 7a.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
CharliM Stunt t Cavctley lcccntly published a specimen of his lyrical talent,
entitled " Air. Leslie's Song " of which the following two verses are n specimen:
There is n tapture exceeding nil measure,
I.oft to enliven this sorrow fill world;
Who does not think of that moment w Ith pleasure,
Whin first round his lips the wreathing smoko curled !
Parents look grave or sick,
C'.tll It a misty trick. ''.
Say il Is rulnotif sny It Is wronp;
ilnppy Indeed is his lot, ;
AVIio, for these caring not,
I'ull's like a chltnncy.pot,
All tho day long. ,
Some, who aro troubled with cntl1c3s mtrcaticj, ' '
Strive for a time this delight to forego; . r
Vnin ate their ullort. their failure com'pleto is
I.lfo without amoUiiig'n unbearably slow.
Soon their mistake they llnd,
Leave all such thoughts behind, ;
' Whe resolutions nil vanish In sutoU;
And to their cost they see
That, If their life must bo
Haing bought the
From the Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rate, wc now Oder them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
These goods are llrst class in cvciy lespect ami consist of all grades nnd qual
In ollerilng them U) our customers wo would most respcetfully draw their at
tention to ihe fact that wo are giving them the bsneflt of our cheap baip.iin nnd
invito tho public in general to give us a c.ill and examine these goods betoro pur
chasing elsewhetc. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC,
h too well known to need
red'ricksburg Brewing Co.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tlio Lager licor of
$ I Was Awarded
At tho Exposition
I 20 0m HONOLULU,
iMi'oiu r.n a'd
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort ft Merchant Street?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND1TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
'.! ' ly
pHAS. T. GULICK, NOI'AUY
J I'UIJMU. tieneralltii8iiut.sAgou.
cv. IIIIIh, Aeenituts and KcntA collected.
Mn. JOHN GOOD, Jit., aulhorlzul col.
Einploymc.nl Acjency Mu. F. MAHCOS,
All ordors hcttt to No. 38 Merchant
Btreot will receive prompt auention.
Hull Tcluiihouo It IH. V. . IfilX 415.
ON W0 & CO.
Have removed to
2Vi. .- KING fcj'TXtKIiJX.
I'et. Mnuti'iKia & N:n bis..
And bog leuvu to notify tho public that
they have lust received n
fresh Invoice of
XXX MANILA CIGARS
And other choice brands of tho Dust
Quality, for talo at moderate
price?. Also a full line of
General Merchandise, Groceries, Mailing.
Clilnn A Japan TcrtH u Hpeclulty,
Mtttunl Telephone :t7.1.
entire Stock of
Bicii ai Poor alto.
the above Brewery
the First Prizes
of 1683 and 15S0
Will bo open every altornoon and ten-
me; as ioiiows:
Blonitny, Tiielny, WcdneHdKr
To the jiublio In gcueral.
For lailloj and gcntlcmr n.
& Go. s
Knturdny AfteruoanH, wKM
For Indies, goutlemcn and chlldrt. liuf
Letsons In Fancy Skntlni;. .HhHK
Frldny nml Saturday loalnRi. mB
WILUAM WALL. Mawujw. US'
1 - ft
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