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Arrive Honbulluli..7:S!0 !iB7 2:i"i7 B:35f
l.a&v Hanouliull..7:30 10 Mil A:V fi:42t
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 :S5 11:55 4:65 fisGOl
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time. ItlHKtW'ii liy tlmxlt'iiiii wlilstloof tlio
Honolulu 1'IiimIhk .Mill, u few iloms iibovo
till! CllHtUIII llOUMC. '11)0 MIllllO whistle Ih
hoiiiuletl i'oi i I'i'Uy nt Honolulu inunii noon,
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TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1892.
Stm r Kmilii from Waiunac
SS Autialia, Iloudlutte, for Sun Fran
cisco Am sclir Oceania Vance, for San Fian
oiseo Stun- V G Hull f r Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
Stun- Lehiiu for Xuu and Papaikoii. at o
Stmi'Mikiilisda for Kauai at ." p in
Stinr Olaiidhie for Maui
Sclir ICa Moi for l'aauilo at 2 p m
Selir Kukiuiunu for Kohala
Sclir .Mol Waliine for Makaweli
.it m 4-iuustcd bchr Tianit, .Jorgunscn.
for San I'ranelsco
VESSELS LEAVINii Tfl-MOHROW.
Slmr Hawaii for IIamal.ua tit 4 p in
Sinn- Vt'aiileale for poits on Kauai
Mini- Iwalaui foi tlatnakui
For San Francisco, pi-r S S Australia.
Maicli 1 L F Davis anil wife, K l.lmlou,
Dr liudhigltm, Mr Johnson, Mr Drown,
.Mr Young, Mr Spun ow, Mr Lyon and
wife, Mr.-. Leo and 2 children, E J
Foster, It Al Oveieud and wife, Mrs
Baxter, .Mis Kice, II K Blown, Dr
TVmpk'tou, wife and child, .1 W Mason,
Uli Whiting, V V Marshall, Jno Pauley.
E C Giiahn, Geo J Mobler, James G
Fair, C J Fibber, Airs Hurling. Mrs O
Buikutt, Mrs Patterson and son, Mrs
BiodeiieU and oh lilrru, K Howard, J V
Moffuit and wife, Walter Ellis, Mrs S E
Fowler and daughter, K L Lobdell, K
Foote, Jr, G D titeh, M A Kothcliild
and wife. F It Howell, J S Baker, U E
Kempster, XV O Atnatur, A G l'lii-hird,
W L Speldel, W C Vipond, K T Wing,
Mrs W Illi.uns. h II Llttli-lli'ld. Mrs D G
Llltletleld, Mis Lltlk-tluld and 14G in
For Maui and Hawaii, per s.tinr XV G
Hall, Maicli 1 For Volcano: A W
Chamberlain and wife, A Maleoin, II M
A Miller, Mr and Mrs Hiicklugliuiu, Mr
Stone, Koy Dempster, Miss Stone, Mrs
Swett, Miis C Warden. Miss F Wardm,
Mr and Mr Llbby, Mrs NMckles, Mrs
.Mitchell, II D Dyar and wife. Miss Ida
Sinners, .Mrs Cheney, Miss Miiutleld.
Forwaypoits: W 1' Feuuell and wife,
Akana, W Savidge, 1 Lee, A Metzlur, Dr
Hough, Mr McGuire, Fatlier itaoii, Mrs
Kahuna and ."0 d.ck.
The S S Austt alia took the followiuj?
cut jro to-duj : 17,1811 bags sugar, W G
Irwin A; Co; 550 bags lice, Hym in Iho-,;
021 bag-, lice. - ing Choiip; & Co; a0 bug
rice, M I'hillip-i & Co ; fi bugs coftee, l has
Ilustari ; 5i bnchi- buiiunub, L J Levey;
10 cs beiel leaves, Ah Lung; 587 bills
green hides, Al XV MeCliesuoy & Sons;
(j bills bin cp skins. M W MeChcsiiey &
Sons; 314 bills green hides, F F Pinter;
I bill gout skins, F F Porter; ll(i Uncus
bananas, C T Guliek ; 141 bnehs bauiuia.-.,
B II Beelhia; 4'.ll bnehs bauanus, Geo
Lycurgus; 4!)53 bnehs bananas, Camp
bell, Alaisliall & Co; 48 pkgs vegetables,
1 G Caiuuihion. Domestic value SHS,
10U.20. Thu steamer Kluuu will he due to
morrow nioiulug from Hawaii and Maul.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Desecbo, un inland adjoining Porto
Kico, is infested with rats. There
arc millions of tliein there, and it is
unsafe for a man lo feet foot on tho
island. They have destroyed all the
goats, which were formerly bred
there, and arc now eating the shrub
bery. George Thompson and his wife
Klizabeili of ClurUsvillc, Pa., recent
ly celebrated their sixtieth wedding
anniversary in tho presence of a
largo number of children, great
grandchildren and othor relatives.
Kach is over 80 years of ugc and hale
The Manx cat is not the only tail
less variety. In the Ciimeu is found
another kind of cut which has no tail.
The domesticated Malay cat has a
tuil that is only about one-half tho
usual length, and veiy often it ia
lit d by nature in a sort of knot
which cannot be straightened out.
The substitution of camel's hair,
cotton, puint and chemicals for
Iculht'i' in machinery belting is said
to be meeting with some success in
ihisLcoimtry. It was iirsl invented
in England, and it is claimed for
the new material that it is stronger
than other belling, more durable,
more ellicieiit and us low priced,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
No trialswero liml in the Supremo
There word 207 passengers by the
S. S. Australia for Sun Francisco to
tiny. Tin: Honolulu Zither Club moot
this evening foi practice nt tho Arion
Jas. F. Mohoan will Mill die merry
g i-iouud at auction on Thursday al
Twenty-one passengers wont on the
steamer W. G. Hall this morning for
A hunaway hack smashed a part of
the Hawaiian Hotel steps on the
uiauka side last evening.
The new iron fence to surmount
the parapet around lolani Palace was
being put together to-day.
The Ktrungur's Fiiend Society will
meet to-moirow morning at. 10 o'clock,
in the purlins of the Y. M. C. A.
A LONti string of bucks was seen in
the vicinity of the Government build
iiij to-day. Wonder what occasioned
Ai'teh the S. S. Australia hauled
out from the wharf, the dead body of
a pig was observed tloatiiig on the
Mils. Miles, Mr. and Mm. Moriisou,
Mr. and Mis. Jamison and child, left
for San Frunoi co by the Australia
Ami-Wednesday to-morrow. Spe
cial services will be held at St. An
drew's Cathedral and the Catholic
The British ship Bunmorc, which
will bhortly be duo from Liverpool,
has on board gome superior live stock
for Hon. W. G. Irwin.
Mil. E. B. Thomas has been award
ed tlio contract for erecting the Bul
letin building by Messrs. W.G. Irwin
it Co., the landlords.
South Komi has a printing press.
The circular on "Church Endow
ment," copied elsewhere, was neatly
printed by Rev, S. H. Davis on the
Suiisciui'TioN lists were around the
other day, to send some of the strand
ed mechauics out of thu country.
Quite a number wore sent oil" through
these agencies to-day.
Two sailors deserted contract ser-
'viceof the steamship companies yes
terday, and being ordered back by the
police authorities, returned to duty
rather than he imprisoned.
A Japanese named Kiuikolo was
anested for assault and battery on a
native woman. When the matter was
investigated it was found to be a tri
lling matter a molehill made into a
Diamond Head, It p. m. Weather
cloudy, wind fresh northeast. Five
winders off port barks John Allen,
Sea Banger, Emma Hcrriman, Hun
ter, and brig Alexander; four, names
unknown, 15 miles oil.
D It. Nicolls, beloved husband of
Lillie Nicholls, died to-day. Mr. Nic
olls was a native of Shropshire, Eng
land, and was aged 32 years and 3
months. The funeral will take place
to-morrow from tho residence of his
father-in-law, Mr. John Nott,
The M. J. l'erreira "spirit case" oc
cupied all of yesterday afternoon'b
besbion in the Police Court. The evi
dence of Julia Corrca, tlio servant
girl, disclosed boveral dark secrets re
gaiding the supposed evil spirit bcare.
The case is on again this afternoon.
The complimentary concert to visit
ing lotuists by the Hawaiian band at
tlio Hawaiian Hotel yesterday even
ing was iitiito a success, a large num
ber being piesent to enjoy the music.
The Hotel management is to bo con
giatulatcd on so opportune a. concert.
An Illustrated Christian Weekly of
a lute date contains tlio following:
"America, through tho American
Board of Missions, expended in fifty
years a million and a quarter dollars
to evangelize Hawaii, and has dining
that time received about four millions
and a quarter in trade.
The several lire companies will hold
their monthly meetings this and to
morrow evenings. Under the amend
ment to tho by-laws passed at its last
meeting, the Board of Representatives
will meet on Thursday evening of
next week, being the Thursday suc
ceeding tlio first Monday in tho
The departure of tho S. H. Australia
at noon to-day was witnessed by an
unusual ciowd of people. Tho band
was in attendance and enlivened the
occasion with musical selections. Tho
Itaymond tourists bedecked with ever
greens and flowers lined tho railing
of the steamer, while their friends
bade thorn adieu. The steerage was
ciowded, mostly with mechanics who
go to book better luck eKewhero.
A dekeiition case cuiuo up in tho
Police Court yuHturiluy. Annio Puhia
having deserted tho bed and board of
her lawful protector was arrested and
brought before the Police Justice.
Tho gravity of her situation brought
the tickle Annie to a proper bciibo and
upon tier promise to reform thu case
was dismissed. The aggiiuved hus
band and his helpmate departed to
gether, apparently completely recon
ciled, A SPERM WHALE CAUGHT.
The brig Hidalgo, a whaler off
port, succeeded in capturing a sperm
whale, one of the largest caught for
years, off Diamond Head. The catch
panned out over ono hundred and
fifty barrels. Quite an exciting time
was had while the catch was being
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE,
A Ilvulllirul Tuulr.
Uted in plucu of lemons or lime
juice it will harmonize with such
stimulants us arc necessary to take.
ANOTHER ELECTION CONTEST.
The Itclurn or J. X. Knpnliu ni It--rcxeiit
illvn r Kan lliHtiuteil.
A petition has been presented to
Chief-Justice Jtidd fioni the residents
of Kau, tin- 7th Electoral District of
Haw iii, praying that the election of
J. N Kapahu as Representative be
set nsido for reasons given. Peti
tioners represent, that at the election
held in that District the candidates
were O. It. Apiki and J. N. ICapahti ;
that Kapalm was declared elected on
lliu following count of the poll :
1st l'iccinct 13 51
2d " 12u 121)
showing a majority of 12 votes in
favor of the suid Kapnhu, and that
15 votes cast for Apiki were not
counted, the Inspectors deciding that
the same were illegal because the bal
lots were marked on the left hand
The petitioners admit that such
ballots were marked as alleged, but
claim they are not therefore illegal.
They further assert that one Kaaipo
allma, a non-resident, did register
and vote. Also, that the Inspectors
held a meeting for registration on
Jan. 30 contrary to law, at which 20
names were registered ; that the In
spectors of the 2d precinct rejected
one vote cast for Apiki, claiming
that the X was not opposite his
name, while they claim the X was
properly placed and the ballot legal.
The petitioners therefore pray that
thu said election of J. N. Kapahu
may be declared void, and that such
othor and farther relief may be
granted as justice, equity, and the
circumstances of the casu may re
quire. The petition is headed by Hon. J.
Kauhane and bears 17 signatures al
together. His Honor the Chief Jus
tice has appointed 1 p. in. of Thurs
day, March 24, at the Waioliinu
courthouse as the lime and place for
hearing the petition. Copies of the
petition annexed to summons to ap
pear and answer are lo be served by
to-day's mail on the respondent J.
N. Kapahu and the Inspectors of
Election. Chief Justice Judd will
hear tho case under the terms of the
election law, which prescribe that an
adverse petition shall be heard, by
any Justice of the buprcme Court,
in the Judicial Circuit wherein the
election is disputed.
It is proposed to have a sale of
such things as may be collected in
Christ Church Schoolroom, Kona,
Hawaii, in December next, for the
Church Endowment Fund.
The work of the church in this dis
trict, for the past 20 years, has been
supported chielly by fHiids from
England. This support may at any
time be withdrawn, and there is no
hope of raising a suitable income for
a Minister in the district.
We therefore appeal to all per
sons interested in the continuance of
the ministrations of the Anglican
Church in Kona, to contribute arti
cles for the proposed sale.
Parcels of goods sent to the Rev.
S. II. Davis, Kealakekua, Kona, Ha
waii, any time during the year, will
be stored for the sale.
The Misses Greenwell have kindly
consented to assist at the sale.
Sam'i. II. Dayis, Minister.
W.H. GiiEENwni.i., Churchwarden.
February C, 18D2.
A photograph of the Scottish tug-of-war
team, that lately defeated all
opponents in San Francisco, is ex
hibited in a window of the Pacific
Hardware Co.'s store. The team is
composed of stuidy-looking men.
Alongside tho group of Scots is a
photograph of the Hawaiian team
that carried all befoieitiu Honolulu.
A comparison of the respective mus
cular developments of the teams
would indicate that the Hawuiiuus
would tind they had a contract on
their hands to pull over the Frisco
Scots. Crowds of people arc flock
ing constantly to the window to view
the sturdy Scots.
H. F. D. IMPROVEMENTS.
Apropos of the improvements now
being uiude at the central station of
the Honolulu Fire Department, the
members of Mechapic Engine Com
pany No. 2 will have the first honor
of holding their meeting by electri
city to-morrow evening ut the old
house which has just been renovated.
Chief Engineer Asch has not only
had stalls made for thu horses of
company No. 2, but he is determined
to make the headquarters of the de
partment where the Hoard of Repre
sentatives meet look respectable and
HEW BAUD STAHD.
A new band stand in connection
with the Hawaiian Hotel is being
erected on the Hotel premises, on
the south corner of Richards and Ho
tel streets. The new stand will be a
great Improvement on the old one,
not only in appearance but also in
location. Mr. II. Johnson, manager
of tho Hotel, is superintending the
woik of building in person. Work
was started this morning and it is ex
pected the structure will be ready
for the band iiisido of a week.
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying n cough medicine for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
piominent druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"never be afraid to buy Chumber
luin's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger fioni it and relief is always
sure lo follow. I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
ii to be safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
I'm. nii'ol you nt the Brunswick.
Hustace it Co. h.ivc algOioba lire
wood for sale.
C. J. McCarthy Im lots on Lililni
street for sale. 3-tf
The Brunswick are thoonly Billiard
Pallors in town. tt-tf
Aitkii shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Suniiiiiin lelieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. BeiiMiii, Smith v. Co..
Tenders arc asked by the Minister
of Inteiior for erecting a building on
the asylum grounds.
The Fire Police will assemble at
Hook & Ladder hull for their monthly
meeting this evening.
Five thousand six bundled and forty-one
bunches of bananas wote
shipped on the steamer Australia to
day. L. J. Levey will sell buildings to
bo i emoved, opposite the Government
building, at auction 'Ihursday noon
on the piemises.
Delicious coti'ee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Pahiee lee Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
vfe Cion, Hotel street. 1-tf
The chai ity luau for thu Maternity
Homo will be held at the Beretauia
slieel armory on Saturday afternoon.
It will be wholly in native stylo.
Get vour hoots and shoes made
and repaired by tho old W.iiluku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
Miss von Gerichtcn calls attention
anew to her dancing classes. Thoso
desirous of having their children in
structed in the art should see this
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Lord Salisbury has recovered from
Ohio has eight living ex-Governors,
three of whom are Democrats.
Mrs. Lynda A. Dent is the first
woman to be admitted to the bur in
The Rev. L. M. Kumlcr of Ohio
says that whenever he can persuade
another fellow mortal to the uses aud
pleasures of cycling he feels that
man's life has been lengthened.
It is said that Mr. Cleveland ab
sented himself ftoui the Reform Club
dinner on purpose, in order that he
might not be closely identified nith
that institution in Hie public mind.
A life size bust of Cardinal Gib
bon is being modeled by Samuel Kit
son, the Boston sculptor. When the
marble is finished it will bo sent to
the Catholic University in Washing
ton. A writer in Figaro characterizes
the late Khedive of Egypt as a docile
and obedient servant of England and
declares that in his death the Queen
lost one of her most faithful subjects.
The Princess Helene Sagonsko,
who recently died in Poland, unmar
ried at the age of 57, was a famous
bcaut3' in her youth, and was said to
have once refused the hand of Napo
Modjcska is a scholarly and studi
ous womau, an expert collector of
works of the Elizabethan age and a
linguist whoso variety of languages
makes her cosmopolitan as a conver
sationalist. The cleverest of the Kaiser's chil
dren is the eldest, the Crown Prince,
who is gifted witii musical talent and
plays very skillfully on the violin.
The children are all remarkably obe
dient. J. J. Cliecsenian, the new Presi
dent of Liberia, is a Baptist minister
whom the Southern Baptist Mission
ary Convention of the United States
appointed superintendent of its mis
sions in lb71.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
'PIIK regular monthly meeting of tills
1 eomp.uiv will take placo THIS
(Tuesday) 10VENING, Slurch 1st, at
the hall of Protection Hook & Laddcr
Co., at 7:1)0 o'clock. Every member Is
rcuue.-ted to be present.
35S It Secretary.
MISS I Fi GERICHTEN,
Professor of Dancing
Children (from :t years upwardi) Class
in Hall and Fancy Diuclng and Physical
Culiuru every Saturday, from 2 to C
1. M. Teinis, :) a month In advance.
Visitors allowed on Saturduyn
Adults' Class hi Hull Room Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7:'M) to 10 '00
l'. m. Gents, 6.'); bailies, S'.l a mouth in
OFFICII, : : 1H4 Fort Htreel.
MONEY TO BUILD HOfllliS.
IF vou have a lot, I will build you a
house, and furnish thu money on
easy terms. J. L. MKYKR,
W0 Fort btieet.
Mutual Tel. C02; P. O. llox 387.
rpWO Nicely Furnished
1 Rooms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Olllce,
SHITE of Furnished
Rooms to let. F.uqiiiio
lilts. A. M. MELLIS,
1UI Fort St., upstairs,.
KUlUe Babies Could Will
What a hint of gratefu' letter" we would
leeelve. We'ie sure thev would thank
us for the "VHpiili" 'Nipple wbieli we
liie Inli'iiduei'd for their In ncll . Tld
nipple li"l) to pievent mile and i i-ry
durable. We leive sold oini' nearly
every day since wo told you about them.
Tliey know that soinetiiiK". kid foods
are palmed off on lliem. Ymi in.iy not
tlK-nvPr it until 'lekin-ss leveuN the' fuel.
You enn ulw.iys procure freh Mellln's
I'd d from u a we have niiplo in range
mi ills to have it new supply onine by
e n s.imi.. The lust ""Australia"
b oiiuhi i fie-h Iii which we can offer
j mi at iiu I'i'iii- per bottle ntid S pet
itn.'-n foi Hie huge l.e. We've Ridge's
S"g'ir of Mi'k L the thing to use for
seetcni'.ig liifuut foods. Try It and be
e ll need.
I, line W.iler 's ucd for acidity. We
iiiuke it from iitii' of the most uppinved
uii'dleul foi inula--.
Of Nulling Hollies we have seveial
kind-. The tii'ii'iiiuted Hottlu you'll Hud
a gieut boon, liming u seule divided
Into ounces i nublcs you to be veiy aeeii
niti'. Mothers will appreciate this lu
eutlou. 'I lieu we have Nursery Soaps and
.sponges. Puff iioxes. Puffs and Powdei ;
dainty little Infant Blushes and Fine
For some of the little buby's aches
and pains we have a long list of popular
Wo haven't the space here to uiiiime
rute nil the leipiislles which we keep in
this line, but we can supply your wants
just the same, for we keep them all.
Remember we have a telephone. Ring
up Xo. 428 on either line If you want
the Xew Diug Store.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner I'lii'l A: Ivlnu f-il I'eutH.
fllVEX 11V THE
KOlt THE lir.N'KI'lT OP
KAPIOLANI M ATERN1TYI 10ME
The public aie cordially invited to
join in and participate in the Luau given
on this occasion for the aid and support
of this institution. The Ladies of the
Society have spared no pains to make
the Luau a lhst-elass one, and hope lo
merit the good will and pati image otitic
philuuthiopic people of the community
and the public in general.
Our guests and fo.clgn visitors aie
mine especially invited to vUit the Luau
and thus enjoy a favorable opportunity
to have thu "pleasme of feasting a hi
Hawaiian, as everything will belli that
style. The Luau will take place on
SATURDAY NEXT, the 5th test.,
At the Beretauia street Armory, com
mencing at 2"o"cloek i: m.
t&T Tickets can be obtained at the
door, also from Lady Committees ap
pointed for that purpose, and at Thrum's
115S It Secretary A. 11. II. L.
Firewood For Sale !
VV 7 E have just received a small lot of
Vt Algeroba F'newood which we
offer for sale m lots to suit kou cash.
a58 lm HL'bTACK &CO. "
Lute A. fi. Smith's Store.
To the Public of the Hawaiian Islands.
OUR STOCK OF
Domestic Paper Patterns
And all Sewing Machine aeeessoi ies is
now as complete as it is pot-iblu to keep
them. Full and complete -toul; of
Blank Books, School, Xote and Exercise
Hooks, Pens, Slates, etc., etc.
the cni:Ari:sr li.m: or
GUITARS and MANDOLINES
Croquet Sets, Lawn Tenuis,
Rackets & Hulls, Hase Halls,
Bats, Caps, Glovei-, etc
A Woitn Aiiout PitiCKSl Experience
proves that it costs 10 percent to keep
hooks, and at luust fi percent for had
debts, thu result Is wu wish to set our
selves straight with the public.
Iffl" Those who puy cash have no i ight
to be charged the above 15 pt'iccut, and
we have dclci mined to do business the
same way as Is done in Sun Francisco
on a CASH BASIS only.
Our pi lees will thus hu as low as pur
chasing for c.ihli cnu make them, and wo
feel ihul the public will not be long In
lludlng out the dlffcic ncc,
W. F. REYNOLDS,
ar,r piioi'itiEToit. :tw
Onurji TreMosGB, Etc
I have just leturiied fiom the Coast
aud have brought with me a
tine lot of
Washington or Riverside. Navl and
OHANGID r.V It 10 10 t- '.
Also, a lot of Extra Fine
VAItlKTIKN OF KOttKH !
And other things. They can he cen on
Alakeastieet, above King, wheio I will
bu dully fiom 8 A. n. to fi r. m.
asuot H. J. HHOPES.
Picture Frames made to
order from latest styles of
mouldings. Renovation of
old pictures a specialty.
Of every sort nbniin 1 wherever civilization penetrates. Thu individual
above is the crank most liked by the fair sex because ho thinks lie has a
machine which, by lilting the cylinder with silks, ribbons, straw and flowers,
and turning the crank he can instantly produce an usottment of bats and
bonnets. We're cranks on thu subject of good artiolos in the hardware
line. It pays to be cranky when it Ii. n-s such things into tlio Kingdom
as the FISCHICR STKEL UANGK m..'. !IA HAND CHINA.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Banu, H i ''u.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'X
New Goods by
Tools & implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF Till-: BEST QlALll'Y.
(Fioni 1 Gallon to M)0 tiullon-).
Stay- Wu are the only Authorized Agents for this ailiclc, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
1'ACJFIC IIAJID'WAKB CO., L'u.
READ THIS AND 11' WILL
UftLAUNDRIED SH!$?TS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlaundried Shirts that we arc selling for 00 cents.
3ft EN'S Uf3D&3Hi;RT.. W"u have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
ftilEN'S SOCKS. -A" immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggun, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we arc selling for '2o cents a pair.
RlEri'S NECKWEAR. A largo assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Fotir-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
JSy See our White P. K. Scarfs that we aie selling 2 for 2o cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, tl for Si, they arc good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks, & Valises ot all kinds,
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
HOLLiSTER & CO.,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes 3l Tobacco.
ACJBXTS FOR Tllifl LWADrN"G
l&- NKW GOODS BY Uvula' STB AMUR. -tk
c. j. McCarthy,
New Ct.MMi.Nb' Bi.oi k, Mi.ikhant Si'iieet.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
F1RB INSURANCE PLACED.
VST Any business ontnuted to me
AKOI! ITIWTN !
STYLES OF ARC1UTBCTURKS:
Kastlake, Queen Anne, Benalssuuco, tiothlo, Italian, Classic, Norman,
IN STONE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD.
Botl Modern Designs in Residences! Cheap Artistic Collages a Specialty I
Complete plans and specllleatlons given; also wipeilntendenco of construction.
Vir OIFICE-ChilUn Block, cor, King & Fort, Entrance on "Fort St.
G1VK YOU A POINTER.
COLLHC'l ION'S ATTENDED TO.
and lIomct Rented,
will icceivc prompt attention, jff
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