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a M .r.u .nijimiiMMiwiiii' muj.ij'jLiJM.uiL-'. .:-. ii.fj-.LfJi).JM.iv1 Liiapwwfwji:i iw u 'm " itjasjawjiltiiwii- A Vow aioro Ladies' 6-Bntton Kid Gloves For Rl.OO. At The Arcado-EGAR & CO. X" 11 33 j$aitg gttTI.fh THURSDAY, MAK. 8, 1888. DEI'AUTORES. M inch 7 Hark O 1) Biyant for San rmnelsoo at 1 1 in II B M S C'aiollne fur South Ameilui PASSENGERS. For Mnul, )cr I:ihml, Jliuch 7 Miss Mable I.add ami 10 deck. For San Fianeleo, per Mary WlnKcl iniui. Jlnich 7 .Mrs 1? llaneo and child, D lllllcy, wlfu and 4 ehildien, A 1) Wafeld, wife and f chlldicn, Q Hick man, and Til H:nlson wife and ser ant. SHIPPING KATES. The Velocity Is docked at Biewor's wharf, DIED. InXcwYoik City, Teb. lr.th. Mis. Mary E. Kendall, (only sister of Mr. (J. A. Blown of this city), ace 30 yeais and ono month. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. Mi:. Lowib .T. Lccy holds his legu lar cash pale on Suluiday at 10 A. m. M. A. Gonsaivi:s & Co. have just received a fresh lot of Sooner Dogs. Tin: long-expected turbine wheel for the Electric Light Works ai rived on tho Australia. Special attention is called to the list of New Hooks just lecoived at .T. II. Sopor's news depot. . II. B. M. S. Cakomni: took in coal last evening and departed to-day un der scaled orders. ' ' . . Thu tug Elou is doing a fair husi- ncss in ennying out piovisions, ctc, to tho whalers outside. Tun list of officers of the Intei Iblund Steam Navigation Co. will bo found in another column. Mr. Jacob Lyons, at one lime auctioneer in this city, hns opened a jewelry store in Fresno County, Cali fornia. . 4 100 cases of Kerosene oil will bo offbied lit auction by Mr. Lewis J. Levey at bis looms on Satniday, at 10 a. m. TnKwhaler Mars, which vessel was reported some days ago with two or thiee "cases of small-pox on bo.ud, appeared offpoit this foienoon. -o- John Kaulahe.i of tho fisb-inaiket, weighs 249 pounds. IIo ato heartily for two hours this morning, and will leach 250 pounds, or burst. . . . The steamcis Kilauea llou and, Lehua aio due liero to-day, the W. G. Hall will bo due to-monow afternoon, and the Kinau, Likelike and Mokolii Saturday morning. H. It. H. Prixcess Liliuokalani held her regular monthly reception, at he r.unin.1 lesidence, at .5 o clock this afternoon. Tho Hawaiian Band was in attendance. Tomorkow at 12 o'clock noon is the latest hour at which lenders will bo received at the Interior Office, for the construction of two budges speci fied in a notico from that Depart ment. m i It is icportcd that Mr. Chns. Hop kins will bhoitly take the oflico of Deputy Maisbal, and that Mr. Sam Graham, book-keeper for tho Union Feed Co., will succeed Mr. Hopkins in the Marshal's oilicc. To tho list of quarantined places given in yesteiday's Bulletin aro added several cottages on tho Ha waiian Hotol premises, and a cottago in the rear of Wing Wo Chan's store, on Nuuanu street. A ten yeais lease of tho Govern ment land on Kilauea street, now occupied by tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co., was sold at auction this noon, to tlio above company, for tho upset piico of $400, A NUMiir.it of unbound journals and log-books, belonging to Capt. Cook's last voyage, including at least ton scparato accounts of his death, have lecently boon biought to light in the Public Kecoids oJhco m don. Lon- SUPREME COURT. wu'Oiti: ritESTON, j. In ro bankruptcy of R. W. Lainc. Petition of M. Wt McChosnoy & Son for adjudication of bankruptcy. Adjudged a bankrupt and Wednes day next 14th itiHt., appointed for proof vof claim and election or ap pointment of assignee, C. W. Ashford for petition j Cecil Brown for bankrupt. Hiilauo vs. Kalur et. al., eject ment. Jury waived July Term 1887. Furtly heard and continued until to morrow, at 10 a. in. Paul Neumann and J. M. Mon sarrat for plaintiff ; W. A. Kinnoy for defendants. A Sunday-school teacher asked her class what was meant by the "fouls of the air." All were silent, until tt little girl looked up, with an animated countenance, ..and ex claimed: "Please ma'am tho 'fouls of tho air' means bad smeHs." Sa nitary Era, If S'ott want n Fine Hat or Necktie, 5o to The Arcado-EGAW & CO. CHOCOLATE CREAMS. Tho Pioneer Sfenm Candy fnclnty does not soil (inipoiled) Stale Choco late Oic.itns lot honie-niadi', but its own fiesh and superior uittelo nindo hy F. 1Ioi:n, the only riuelicul Con fectionci in lloiiolulu, whoao Chal lenge his would-lie competitor date not accept. S2 OUR NEXT'SUMMAflY. Will be ibsited on Sntuulay next, March 10, and will contain CO columns of purely local matter 10 lntlng to tho Islands; and is the vciy best paper to bend abroad. SO HEAR AND YET SO FAR. Tlio wife of a whaling captain came by the S. S. Austialia, Tues day, lo join her husband hoie. They have not seen each other for teii months, and now the wife is in quaianliue and Hie husband has to 5jo to sea in a few days. A LETTERYF protest. A letter or protest was sent to the President of the Boaulof Health to-day, complaining of the annoy ance caused by people mistaking the Dudoit House on King street (formeily the lesidence of lion. Chas. 1. Bishop) for the quaran tined old Dudoit House, on the Ha waiian Hotel grounds. EVENTS TnVENING. Every member of Co. A of the Honolulu Billes aie requested to meet at the Aimoiy at 7:30 shaip this evening. The Debating Club will meet in the hall of the Oahu Lodge, K. of P., at 7:30 p. m. "Whether is it better, a paid or an unpaid lire de partment for Honolulu?" will be the subject of debate. A sociable in the pailois ot the Central Union Chinch, at 7:30 o'clock, lo which all are invited. GRAND SEND OFF. When the C. D. Bryant was about to sail to-day, an enthusiastic ciowd of f i tends was thoic to he-lei Mr. II. Kodgers, formerly chief engineer of the AV. G. Hall. Mr. R. was very popular amongst the employees of the Inter-Island Co., ho the boys gave him a good send off. salToTsperm "oil. Fully 7,000 gallons of crude sperm oil, taken by the whalcis who have recently come bore, have been sold in this city to several paities. Messrs. 'E. O. Hall & Son bought some at 0.5 cents a gallon and later some at 00 cents. The Pacific Haul ware bought a quantity for GO cents, and afterwards some " more at a smaller figure. SOLD. A Chinaman was observed uiii niug through China-tow n last night, putting hand bills in all the Chinese shops. Supposing manv things, a Bri.r.ETiv repoiter intercepted the Celestial and seemed one of the bills, and as a rewaul for hii trouble, had the oxtieme pleasure of gazing at several lows of Chinese chaiacteis, which announced a coming auction sale by Mr. Jas. F. Moigan. PUBLIC CONCERT. The Royal Hawaiian Band will play this evening at the Hawaiian Hotel, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following is tho piogramme: l'ATIT I. Ovri tin o Light Cav.ihy Snppo Mm cli Suite " Laehncr WalU-Witli the Sti cam Mailal Selection M ignon Thomas Knu Lei, Pun Oliulii, mo Uu Hlkl Xo. l'AKT II. Selection Doiotliy Collier Eehoe Dre.nns Wlnepke March Militia M Mocker Match Entrance Stiauss Hawaii Poiiui. THE VANDALIA. The U. S. H. Flagship Vandalia will leave on Satin day next, for a ten or iifteeii-days' cruise to other parts of these islands, including Ililo. Hawaii, when the ofllccrs of the ship will be allowed to visit the Volcano in squads, Shoitly after tho Vandalia returns to Honolulu from the other islands, four of her cadets, Messrs. Hines, Cooper, Mc Millan and Winram, will depait for Washington, D. C, to stand their examination for promotion, THE LATE J. E. BENTON. Rev, John Elliot Benton, who, many will remember, with his wife and daughter, came here with tho Masonio party last year and spent several months visiting points of interest on tliu Islands, died recently nt his placo of i evidence in Oakland, California. John K. Benton was horn at Guilfoid, Conn., in the year 1821, and his parents were Put Hans. Ho was educated at tho New Yoilc University and Yale Theological Seininaiy. He was an eloquent speaker and possessed romaikablo liteuiry attainments. When in Hono lulu the revciend gentleman was not in the best ot hciltb. Though bene fitted somewhat by this cliniato his malady (softening of the brain) could not bo wholly checked. The address of Rev. Clias. N. Fox at tho funeral service, was a woithy tribute to tho mcinoiy of tho de ceased elergyin&n. A 1'ino Iiino of Ladies' & Misses' Shoes, J) Tho Arcade-EGAK & CO. AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW. BV .TAMES V. MOIIUAN. The sale of tailors' goods at Mr. Kerr's store, Merchant street, will be continued by Mr. Morgan, at 10 o'clock a. -r. Allto-proof safe, koa desk, counter, and shelving, on the pieniiscs, will also be offered. nr LEWIS .J. Ll.VF.V. At the residence of Mrs. J. W. Carter, King street, opposite Kawai nhao Seminary, Mr. Levey will sell household fuinttutc, at 10 o'clock a. m. A Bioadwood & Son's cottage piano, pallor furniture, bedroom sets, etc., aro on the list. A HEROINE. Duiingthe blizzaid of the 12th Inst, in Nebiasku, Miss Minnie Ficc inan, a young school teacher about eighteen yenrs of age, was in the frame school house of the Myra Valley district with thirteen pupils, ranging in age fioni six lo fifteen years. Befoic the teacher could lealizo that a blizzaid had swept down from the noilh, the doois of the school house weto torn fioni their hinges and blown away. An other stloug gust immediately after ward lifed the roof and carried it far into the prairie. The time for prompt action had arrived, and the plucky teacher was equal to the emergency. She gathered her pupils together, and, securing a coil of strong, heavy twine, began with the laigest one and tied llicm all to gether by the arms, tlncc abreast. Taking the youngest in her arms, she tied the end of the twine round her own body, and witli all the w oids of encouragement she could musler, started out into the fury of the storm. Selecting her way care fully the brave girl led her tittle charges tin ough snowdiifls and the blinding bliz.aul, and alter a weari some journey of thrcc-quaitcrs of a mile, the little band l cached the tin eshold of a farmhouse and were taken in. Col. A. Andrews, the well-known jeweler of this city, thought that such hctoisni should have a fitting testimonial, and so prepared one in the shape of a beautiful watch and chain, with charm, which was sent to .Tames E. Boyd of Omaha, to be delivered by him to Miss Freeman. On the inside of the case was the in scription : "A. Andrews of San I rancisco to Miss Minnie Fieeman of Myra Valley distiict, for her heroism in saving the lives of thiitoen ehtldien in the great storm of January 12, 1888." Accompanying was the following letter to Mr. Bo3'd : "San Francisco, Jan. 21, 1888. Hon. J. E. Boyd, Omaha, Neb. My dear Sir: At the suggestion of my friend, Hon. John P. Irish, 1 intrust to you the delivciy of this watch and chain to Miss Minnio Freeman, whose heroic act is des ciibed in the inclosed newspaper clipping. Please to apprise me of tho io ceipt and delivery of this commis sion and gicatly oblige. Yours ic spectfully, A. Audi ens." The following letter to Miss Fiee man was also sent, which Mr. Boyd was iustiuctcd to open: "San Francisco, Jan. 21, 1888. Miss Minnie Freeman, Myra Val Iey, Neb. : I hand you this watch and chain as the expression of a dis tant sti anger's appreciation of your courage and presence of mind, your unscllishncss and leadiness lo litk youisclf for othcis, as shown in sav ing the lives of your pupils in the recent great storm. I have received only the tele graphic account of this good deed, by which I learned that you secured them by a lope and led them to safety against the embattled ele ments. The world bhould never cease to reward and applaud those characteristics which have mado you the savior of thirteen children's lives, and to compliment you as well as to encourage othcis in tho exer cise of tho qualities you have so usefully exhibited. 1 send my iccoguiliou from the far Pacilic. The chain is wrought in the semblance of a rope, to always remind your friends of the means by which you led precious liveb fiom peiil to safety. Upon the case arc stars to testify to you that you nio among the starsof your sex and an pxamplo to men, whoso greater sttcngth should lead them ofteucr to lisk themselves for othois, for 'greater love hnth no man than this, that a man lay clown his life for his friends,' 1 am your fiiend, A. Andrews." Tramp "Won't you help a poor man that lost his family by the Chtitlestown earthquake?" House keeper "Why, you aio the same man that lost his family last year by the Ohio river Hoods," Tramp "I know it, fiHijn; I am ono of the mpst iiiiioittiuatu men on the face of the cut Hi." ("Exchange. Do not hang a canary bird over five feet from tho floor. This gives an cvotage tcmpeiaturo and n purity of air. When ventilating a loom see that tho bird is not in a draught. When hung out of doors havelu part of tho cage In. the shade, so that the liild may have a retreat, if lie choosca to take it, from tho situ, J.nok nt tho 1'ino Line nf Dress Goods, Tho Arcadc-EGAN & CO. Imtrnt K1.vlt". THE DEPARTURE OF A NOTABLE MAM. The most distinguished man who has died during tho piesent year is Dr. Asa Gray, the Botanist. Of all tho men celcbiatcd in that depart ment of science who wrote in En glish Dr. Gray, with one exception, was the most distinguished. The ono exception was S. W. Joseph Hooker of Kugland. Dr. Gray held the Piofcssorship of Botany in Ilar vaul Univeisity for many years. Bui in the last years of his life he relinquished all instruction at that institution, and only nominally held the chair. lie had, originally, only such an education as a medical col lege could givo,and his early des tiny appeared to be that of a coun try physician. He had no classical training, but caily became master of a good English style. Ho was early inclined lo scientific investiga tion, and turning his attention to botany, he pursued that science un til his rank was finally among tho three or four great botanists of the world. Nearly all English students of botany are well acquainted with many of tho books which Professor Gray published fiom time to time. Dr. Gtay visited California a few years ago and made a special study of vegetation and trees on the moun tains of this State. His attention was especially drawn to the gicat sequoia groups of the Sierras. His theory was that these gicat trees were the descendants and survival of a fossil vegetation. They had reached their gteat size under a law of evolution. They had flourished ages ago when the climate was much warmer, and when in the great phy sical changes which again brought in a warm climate, some of these immense trees were found to have suiv'iTed in places at considerable elevation along the sides of the mountains. Dr. Giay a few years ao, read a paper before the British Association at Montreal in which the theory of descent and natural selection was clearly slated. His views made a stiong impression, and were received with great favor. He did not go to the extent of Darwin, lint the latter refers to him in his "Lilo and Let ters,'" affirming that Dr. Gray was one of the three or four whose judg ment on his theory was of mote value than that of all others in the world, naming Giay, Hooker, Lyell, and Huxley. Gray always held that evolution was guided by some intelligent power. At this poiut his views diffeted from those of Dar win. There was nothing left to mere chance. Gray's botanical knowledge was far greater than that of Darwin's, whose investigations were more particularly in the line of animal organisms. The former was a devout man, and while one of the most acute observers and subtle thinkets, found no difficulty in ic conciling his scientific Ihcoiiesand discoveties with the precepts and doctrines of Clnistinnit3F. Nearly all students of botany in this countiy duiing the last thirty or fortj' years, have made use of Dr. Gray's elementary text-books, and in later years they have follow ed the lines of higher investigation with little variation fiom those which lie had marked out for them. The quiet, lovable man had won the full measure of scientific fame, both at home and abroad, and departed full of j-oars and honors. fS. F. Bulletin. On some of the French canals the vegetation is kept down by the use of V-shaped scythes, each dragged fiom a boat by a chain attached to the point of tho V. Each leg of the V is four and one-half feet long, and the total weight is fifty pounds. Tho scythe must be raised and re sharpened about once an hour. Two men and one horse, on a canal thii ty-three feet wide, can deal with from fifteen lo sixteen miles of canal in one day, Tho whole apparatus costs about SGOO, says Loudon En gineering. The old scheme of building a canal around Niagara Fall has been revived in the present Congress. The estimated cost is 610,000,000 or 12,000,000, but the Western New York mcmbeis will vigoiously oppose it as usual. This piojcct actually passed the House as long ago as 1802-!!, but failed lo become a law. The Emperor of Hussia has a sa lary of $8,250,000 ; the Sultan of Tuikcy, 0,000,000; tho Emperor of Austria, .8-1 ,0(10,000; King of Prussia, SU.OOO.OOO; King Hum bert, S2,40O,O0O; Queen Victoria, 2,200,000; Isabella of Spain, 81, 800,000 ; Leopold of Belgium, 8500, 000; and Pi esident Cleveland, $50, 000. Journal of Education. A. H. KASRMANN, Book-uiuder, Taper-rulor & Blauk book Manufacturer. WUlica to notify ih public that he htiH ronioved to hirgor quartern, Ho. 13 Kaahuraanu Street, tar up sTAiits. -a 81 i!m THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho JL moat popular paper published. (in to Tho Arcado-EGAR & CO. Tor j our Full Dress White Yests, ITEMS. G ET SOME Gcutiiiio Oldfasliloned iiuttcicntcii Candy, at the new I iinily I aclory ! Ytttiil "iuiii! til MESSRS. DODD & MILLER luiYo just iiAotveil ov Auslirtlla another lot .f luu " PllILAuni.l'llIA LAUKIt HKMl" in Ueu, which they aie oflerlnglotliolr umtmnirs. 8lS lw rPHE ONLY 1 PER in Dally Bulletin." READABLE PA tho Kingiioni ' 'Hie CO cents per month I7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL ? nut Creams reduced to 30 cents per whole pound, nt tho Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and HaV cry, Hotel, be tween Nuuanu and Fort U eels. 71 THE OLDEST DAILY In tho X Kingdom "The Dully Bulletin." CI) cents per month. ERESH, HOME-MADE CHO colato and Coeo.inut Caramels le duccd to 30 cents per whole pound, nt the Pioneer Steam Candy Faetoiy and Uakciy, Hotel, between 'Nuuanu and Foit. sti cots. 71 PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE and Vanilla Chocolate Cic.uiis(de llcloiis) i educed to 30 cents per whole pound, at tho Pioneer Steam Cimy Factoky And Hakekv, Hotel, e tween Nuuanu anu Fokt bthekts. 71 1 F YOU WANT A SITUATION Jl nilvirtip ill llir PaII Hill 1.1 'UK. I?INEST BRANDS OF CALI JL ioinnt l'oit, Madoii.1 and Malugti, for sale in keps and ca"cs by GONSALYEb & CO., 01 Queen btitcl. THE ONLY LIVE PAPER In X Honolulu 'TIil Dally Uullutin." CO cents per month RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING SHOP. Bear ot Lucas' Mill. (It 9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED -J rooms, is i . 4 IjIihIcjm I. mi.', the toenail ilcor from Union sticet. Apply ou the pi cruises. I if CLEAN RAGS aim second hand oiothini; will lie (jraU'fully receiv ed for Uu; usu nf the inmates oT the Brunch Ilo-pitnl lor htjieis al ICaktakn, or at the Lljkt b tllnitnt on MoluUnl, if left with J ''. YVaterliousc, jr.. at the Queen Slreel Slorc t.fef tf MISS. P. T11IELE, On Bcretanhi sliect ncu IMikol. (Foimerly JIcGnire's Houte,) Kindergarten & Elementary, Daily S Boarding School. Also, French and Germ m taught, and Music Lesions given. A safe convLjiuice will call for unil ic- tuin childien living at a distance. 72 Mum il Telephone Nn. r04. 3m just nccjuvr.n at SOPER'S Book & News Depot, GtASKELL'S Compendium of Social, T Legal, Educational and Comiuei ehil Foims. II ILL'S Manual of Social and Bui- nes Foim. C1HARLES DICKEfl'S Woik- in 15 VoU. cloth. -complete) SCOTT'S Vaetly Nom-U complete in 12 Vols. cloth. HOUSEHOLD EDITION Cooper' Sea Tale Fhst Edition, 5 Vols. BUYANT & STRATT0N llonk-kceplng. Midi School VVfrllTTAKER'S Almanac for 1SSS. T ENNETT'S Nautical Alumnae for 1888. rpilIRD EDITION Becd's Standard In X fautry Tactics. T,,ep FAVORITE iiper. Oveiland Mall Note T ADIES' Imperial AitNtle Stationaiy. LETTER and Note si( Fin mltuDlolter Wilting Tablets (neat), LATEST Nou-ltlp Wlpcii), in Fniiey Pen M ELE HAWAII fiOO Aloha Ue. ooples- -Xo. y 8r. lw M. R. COIJSUHX, DltAVMAN. A LL kinds of dm) age attended to White and XI. Willi pioiiniUli'S''. Mink fcJimd ik'llreied In uuantlihn l suit A1m, lilnc.lt Hock and Coral Itock. Olllcu: With J. K. Colburn, King Mrut, near MaiumKc.i. 7D ilui NOTICE. AQUAKTKIILY meeting of tho llontii ot Tnihlee.-. of the Qiicuh'h Hospital will be held at tho room of tin Chamber of I'omincrtu on THUIIS DAY next, the 8th liibtnnt, at 10 a. m. Per order F. A. BOUAKFKH, rliorctnry, Honolulu, March 0, 1;8. H3 2t Notice of Election, AT Ilui annual meeting of the slock, holders of tho 1'ioplus' Ico & He. filgo utnrCo. held this day, tliu follow. lint immuil pi-ri-oiis wore elected na olll. I'd for Hui en mil g year; J. K Wilder President, V. V. Hall Yici'-Prc-iduiit, W. V.. Kosier Ktcietury, W. i:. Wall TreiMirer, W, O. Smith , ....... Auditor. The ubovo named ollloers constitute a Hoard of Dlrector-i. V. H. I OSTEH, (fecrttary P. 1, & It. Co. Honolulu, March 0, 1883, 83 2v xjqi.mjwjimimiam''-cwifri'aw Vftoit'-w VW;riAlll.g&gft ETCl pa pn ra p n ?a 63 & 65 FORT STREET. JUST ltlSCISlVlSD A OF s EN AliSO Mln Linen Bid Biioli IS' 10V 1 JlPOllTATJ ON : OK Eiiroi(lfiries aM S. EHEXXCH, 83 58 KAWAIIAW BUSINESS AGENCY. No. 85 FORT STKEET. HONOLULU. Expert Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Fire &. Life Insurance Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exchange Brokers. Departments of Business. Books and Accounts necumtely kept and pioperly adjusted. Collotions villi reecho special attention and ictuins promptly made. Conveyancing a Specialty. Iticords senrcliud and correct Abstracts of Titlo finnUhcd. Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand. 'somely engrrs-ed. Copying and Translating In all languages in general iuc im this Kingdom. Heal Estate bought and t,old. Tuxes jiaid nnd Property Bafely insured. Houso3, Cottages, Eooms, Offices and Land lc iscd aud rented, and rents collected. lire and Life Insurance enecteJ in flmclu Insurance Companies. Custom-Houso Business iran acted with accuracy and dispatch. Loans negotiated at favorable rates. Advertisements and Subscriptions pollclud for I'ublibhcrs. Any Article purchased or told on moat favorable tirms. Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention. tW All Business entrusted to our care will receive prompt and faithful altontion at mqderato charges. HnIng had an i.tonuve bi'Mnrss cxpeiknce for oer twenty.fivo years lu Xcw Yoik City and cls'jwhcre. vtc feel competent to attend to all business of an intiieilu and complicated nature, or requiring tact Rnd discretion, and respectfully solicit a til il. Bill Telephone No, 374. Xlii-wsiiiiiu. JLSiiHiiieHW Ac-encT. ian. 7-i:8 ly Telephone Both Companies 210. I'. O. Box 297. LEWflS & CO 1 1 1 FORT, IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES ft PROVISIONS. I'TiKSIl GOODS from California on ICK, by each Mrninur of the O. S. S. Co. A C0MIM.1.1H I INK Of - CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. jcbt ukci:ivi:u EX "ZIUIANWA" A FINE LOT OF '-NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DEHWENT" POTATOES. A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranakl Butter," (IN KKGS.) All of which wo oiler to the Public at HUASONABLE PltlQEJJ. Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pound Pats ! By ('neb arrival from New Kcihiml SOMETJIIN'ft FINK. nr,u HAVE JUST RECEIVED EROM EUROPE, OHE OF THE FIBEST IMS OF E S0ER3ES, LACES & CURTAINS, EVER SHOWN SPECTSOI 17H ust Received at A. largo PERFUMES! PERFUMES! Comprising the w oil-known brands of COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS, LUBItf'S, ATKINSON'S, EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE FAHINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o. For ji.1q rtt 3R-eir3oixalle 3Piioe, 1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. LiMtUE INVOICE NEW DESIGNS ! Mm M BitaM SI at Low Prices. Torclioiy Laces ! & 65 Fort street. Opposite Irwin & Co. IN HONOLULU. INVIT ED HoSlister & Co.'s asiortment of- n visa ft HI 5 r p rm -4S m XV - aft. vZ.1 -I ws vXfi v f-z. iei ZM rUi W ! i( '' I,'.,,. i fr,''M-ftvt- -& - - -' JswSiSiS6JtA i& L m&Hu VJSlilL i -li-v. i ". H. -.'"' ' i Tit&, i,-! 3L, 5. - .