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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FltOM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 18!.
To Ewa Mill.
B. IJ. A. J).
A.M. P.M. P.M. P M
u-ave Honolulu ... .3:15 1:45 4:35 5:10
Leave. Pearl City 9:30 2:30 5:10 5:50
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:57 2:57 5:30 0:22
0. 11. D. A.
AtM AM PM t It
Leave Kwa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
lave l'cnrl City 0:55 11:15 1:10 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
u)& 5Ujj tUctin.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1894.
Wkiuomdxy, April 18.
Frelieh rorvettu Ihiehali'aiilt, Ditpoiti, 21
ilavx (rum Call. to, Peru
fjliur Wnlalealts from Kauai
Cftrgoos from Island Porta.
tittnr Wulalcnlo IVJS linns sugar.
From KUlo per ntmr Wn'ale.ile, April
IS lluu 1 IscnborR, Paul lienberi;, Jr, O
Jl Uitllok, Mm McGregor.
For Maul per tmr Clattdlno. April 17
Mr (1 P Wilder. MIm KcllogB, MIm
Wudehoute, I' I. Wootler, W A Kinney,
Mlas Cormvelt. Jtnleu Itobert'on. Ml
KnglMi. A W Van Vnlkenlmrg, A W IIckI
erle, V V AMifonl. A O Curtln. Itov Jo-opn,
F M Hntcli, Paul Neumann, Kobt Unvcrx.
Vossols In Port.
U 8 8 1'lillndulplilo, Darker, from Cnllno,
II It M 8 Clmmplon, llooke, from Illlo
II 1 J M STukachlho, Nomura, from Japan
Fr corvette Diichatl'aillt, Dtip'l.i, from Peru
Am 4 masted xchr Klnij Cvrnn, Christian,
fen, from Newcatle. X 8 v
Am MIloiiiiry picket Morning Star, (Jar
land, from tliu South Heat
Am 1-liiunted ehr Lyman I) Foster,
Drevor, from Ncwcnntlc, X H W
Am bk lierper, tsoderureu, from NeweiKtle
X B W
Hchr Ouldcn Hhore, lllrkludm, from New
castle, X 8 W
Am bk Albert, (Irllllthi. from Ban Fran
elm) Am olir W F Wtlrcinnri. l'edcr-cn, fr
NewcaMle, X 8 W
Am lik Amelia, Ward, from Tort Town
Haw bk It I' Itlthet, Morrison, from San
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Druty, from San
Norwegian I'k Pitrun, Andersen, from
NutYcantle, X 8 W
Am hli Oculileutal, Miifmi, from II I?
Am bk Alden llcxie, Frllit, from 8an Fran-
Am rclirU "Holme, John-on, from Port
Am ichr Win Ilowdcn, I' Ji-reiu, from
XcwuiiHtli', X 8 W
ForoiRii VoasoU Expoctod.
O 8 8 Atmtralla. Hniidlctle, from Sun
Irnnulxco, duo April 21
O A 8 8 Arnwn, btewurt, from Vnnnuivir,
IIC. due April 2.1
O A 8 8 Warrlmoo, Perry, from Sydney,
due May 1
I) A U H H Gaelic, l'enrno, from Hongkong
mil Yokohuma, duo Mnv 14
Am bktnu J)li.covcry, from Hun Frourisoo,
Am lilc Amy Turnor, from Now York, July
Am bk Annie Johuxou, ltoek, for Illlo.
Am hk Newidioy, Mollented, from New-
eatlo, X 8 W
Am neli Halvatnr, from X 8 W
Ilk M Hnckfeld, from I.lverMol, June 1-15
tier bk J I) (Hade, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
Tliu Norwegian bark PetriiN In dlneharg
lug coal utthu Fort street wharf.
Tliu Kieiimer Walalcale returned from
Kleele, Kuual, this afternoon.
Tim Hemiier Junto Makeu will probably
drop In from Kapnu to-morrow morning.
Tliu steamer Pele will leavo for Mnka
well at I p. m. to-morrow with a load of
Four nations urn now represented bv
naval voeln American, llrltlih. French
STEALING BADS OF SUGAR.
Oaptura of a Purloiner Caught in
Potty thiovinp; has boon pruvulunt
latoly on Iutor-Islnml coustors uhilo
in port. Tho (loprtxlations havo not
l)oou confined to tliu stoatnurs, but
Homotimos bags of sugur havu boon
carried off tho wharf. In flovitrnl
cases tho porpetratora havo boon
caught by tho night watchman and
Hovoral havo boon Hontoncod to im
prisonment on tho roof. About 2
o'clock thin morning V. Bray, an
omployoo of tho I. 1. S. N. Co", wnn
dotoctod Htoaling a bag of No. 1
Hiigar. On oxnmination two bags of
No. 1 sugar bolotigiugtothostoamor
Polo woro found missing. A warrant
was issuod and Bray was arrostt'd
for tho larcouy of tvo bags of Migar
val iiod at SiXAi. Frank Harvoy,
hoad wharf mau, in taking procood
iug against thosodotuctod isactuat
oil sololy by tho motive of duty to
Ton Daya to Answer- -Tho Wnima
nalo Admiralty Oiibo.
Iiidgo Cooper has granted tho
motion of plaintiff, in Kapuakela vs.
1. D. Inoa and Cecil Brown, for an
order to have intorrogatorios made
to defendants, tho latter having ton
days iu which to answer. Outer &
Carter for plaintiff; Kaliookano for
Alfred V. Carter, assignee of
il. Smith, lias filed an inventory of
the bankrupt's property, showing a
total value or VMLKfi.
The steamer Waimaiialo libel for
wilful wrecking will come up again
LOCAL, AND QENERAIi NEWS.
Tho S. S. Australia will bo duo on
Admiral Irwin is lodging al
Notice of sale of a rico plantation
at Waiholo appears elsewhere
Two empires and two republics
are now represented in naval row.
A lady's small gold watch lost is
tho subject of an offered reward to
B. Ordeusleiu has boon clerk to i
tho Boad Board since tho first of
tho month. i
Tho annual roport of the Collec
tor General of Customs for KS'.t.'J has
just been issued.
Major WoKors and tho Harmony I
Club will hold the fort at tho Pacific
holol this ovoning.
A largo number of Portuguese re
gistered yosterdoy ovoning, march
ing down in a body.
The registration of voters has ad- j
vauced 100 sinco 2 p. m. yesterday.
it now stands at 1 !(:).
The Chinese Protectivo Union
meet every Saturday ovoning now to I
discuss bylaws for tho organization, j
Tho battalion drill which was to
havo taken place on Palace Square
this ovoning has been indefinitely I
Instead of "Mulcahoy's Visit," the
Dailoy company will play "Pink
Dominoes" at the Opera House on
Watchers were stationed on tho
main tower of the Executive build-'
iug while the French cruiser was en- j
teriug thn harbor. i
A. V. Gear will pay the highest (
cash prices for old and now cancel!-.
ed Hawaiian postage stamps. See j
his card elsewhere. j
David Morton went as purser on
the steamer Iwalaui, yeiterday. j
Purser A. McUuru being confined i
to his home with illness.
The men of II. B. M. S. Champion
will give n variety entertainment for
charity nt tho Opera House on Fri
day evening. A good program has
J. F. Hnckfeld, assignee of S. '
Ehrlich, bankrupt, requests all in
debted to the estate to make imme
diate payment to him at the office
of II. llackfeld St Co.
Admiral Walker was entertained ;
at dinner by Mrs. S. G. Wilder, at ,
her residence, Judd street, on Mon-1
day evening. President and Mrs. .
Dole were of tho party. '
To-morrow's session of the ISxocu
tive and Advisory Councils will open
at l) a. in. The object of meeting in
tho morning is to limo ample time
for considering tho salary appropri
Hack inspector Sam Maey and
Captain Lnngloy are deserving of
praise for tho way -they managed
hacks and private carriages going to
and coming from tho Opera House
Captain .1. Potter cninu in com
mand of the bark Alden Hesse, Cap
tain Friis ln'iiig laid up in San
Francisco with Brigld's di.iea. Ho
had rallied a Utile when the bark
left that port on April .').
A ury lifelike bust of liolmrt '
Louis Stevenson, by Allen Hutchin
son, tho resident sculptor of Hono-!
lulu for several years, is shown in
Thos. Lindsay's jewelry storo win- ,
dow. The famous novelist and Mrs. ,
Stevenson were highly pleased with
this work when it had taken shape, i
Mr. Stevenson sat for it on his re
cent visit to Honolulu.
ON TRIAL FOR CHE FA.
Thirty-two Natives Linn Up in tho
To-day was Hawaiians day in the
District Court, everyone present,
with the exception of tho ollicers.
being a native. Not even a Mon
golian face was seen, which is a very
uncommon occurrence. .The attrac
tion was the Auwaiolimuchefacase,
in which thirty-two natives are im
plicated. They were ano.ted yes
terday morning by Senior Captain
Andrews and posse. The Auwnio
liinti bank is second to that rim at
tho Tong Hing Society building, mid
for tho running of which Soy Young
was lined a nominal sum iu the Dis
trict Court the other day. The
police have had their eyes on the
Auwaiolimuclio fa bank for some
time, but could get no chance to
raid it until yesterday. Whether
the raid has been successful or not
will be seen after the conclusion of
the trial. The evidence of the offi
cers was somewhat iiou convicting,
as, with one exception, they were
unalile to ideiilliy the defendants. :
They had seen the bodies and hands, '
but not thn faces of the defendants,
while watching the operation. The
cao is still on.
A runaway horse dragging tho
box of a brake came dashing along
Queen street shortly before noon at
top speed. The runaway narrowly
escaped collision with several tele
phone posts and vehicles on the
road. Il turned into Matiiinkea
street, tumbling over vegetable bas
kets belonging to Chinamen. The
horse took the wr"k through Ma-
nniilii.il htriMit In ltimt until stnmt.
going at an undiminished gait. After
leaching the latter thoroughfare the
ruiiawa pasccd beyond the Ken of
It will be an agreeable surprise to
persons subject to aitacks of bilious
colic to learu that prompt relief
mn be had by taking I'hnmborlniii's
Colic, Cholera and Uiarrlura Rem
edy. I u many instances tho attack
ma be prevented by taking this
reined) as soon as the first symp
toms of the discato appear. and
riOcetit bottles for sale by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith A; Co., Agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
GOOD OPENING OF DRAMA.
Tha Dailoy Stock Company Mtikos a
Fine First Impression.
Dai lei's Stock Company made a
thoroughly successful opening of its
season of drama at the Opera House
last night. There was a full house,
uven to rows of oxtra chairs and tho
balcony. Tho play was "Monto
Cristo and it was put on with ,a
Darroll Vinton was the leading
player iu the triple roloof "Edtnond
Dantes," tho"Abbo"aud tho "Count
of Monto Cristo," characters of tho
hero at different stages of this thril
ling story of the older Dumas. His
acting was superb throughout, win
ning loud applause at ovory crucial
Mortimer Snow acted his part well
as "Nortior, a Bouapartist," his dis
guises beingcapital and his elocution
of a high order. Mr. Snow will bo
seen iu the leading rolo to-morrow
evening, when "Wife for Wife" is to
May Natinary played "Mercedes"
gracefully iu every situation, from
tho blithe intended bride to the un
happy Madntno whose widowing
brought her peaco and, possibly,
felicity. Her singing of tho lately
arrived popular ditty, "Daisy Boll,
iu the first act was a hit, being en
cored as well as her dancing of a
hornpipe with Mr. Vinton.
Mr. Dailoy tho manager was him
self very successful as "Cadarouso"
and in other comic roles. Ho never
failed to make smiles come loudly at
his jokes, and his acting was artful
and lively. Mrs. Bales rendered
"Carconto" with high dramatic art.
She portrayed different phases of a
hard lot in life with accomplished
skill. Miss Genevievo Nnnuary acted
"Albert do Morcerf" very prettily
Tho death scene, burial and rising
from n watery grave at tho Chateau
d'lf prison, the sinister tragedy in
the Pout du Oard inn, and the duel
iu I ho last act wore carried out with
intense iinpressiveness. Mr. Viuton
made the greatest dramatic hit of
lite evening iu tho rising scene, as he
crjed, "The world is initio."
The support given by tho rest of
the company to tho chief actors was
creditable. A successful season ought
to bo ensured by the popular favor
the company has earned lu its initial
FRENCH CORVETTE IN PORT.
8ho Makes nn Envy Pnssngo from
Callao via Tahiti.
The French corvette Diichaffault.
Commander Dttpois, arrived this
afternoon and anchored on the Wai
kiki side of the U. S. Ilauship Phila
delphia in naval row. The Diichaf
fault left Callao, Peru, on March 2$
for Tahiti via Honolulu, calling here
only for mails. She will stay hero
about twelve days. The Duchaffault
is only a small boat, smaller even
than the U. S. S. Adams. She car
ries two guns on each side, oinfon
the bow and another on tho stern,
beside four gal lint; guns.
The corvette while off port saluted
the Admiral's Hair, then tho Hawai
.an Hag, the Philadelphia and shore
battery reciprocating. An officer
from II. B. M. S. Champion boarded
the Duchaffault first, and was fol
lowed by olllcers from the Japanese
cruiser Tnknchiho and tho Philadel
phia. A sipiad of marines on II. H.
M. S. Champion presented arms as
the corvette swung into position,
while the Philadelphia baud played
tho"Marsollaiso." Mons. Vi..nvona,
actintr French Commissioner, visit
ed tho corvette, staying about an
hour on board. Ho came ashore
with Commander Dupois iu tho cap
tain's gig. There was a curious
crowd on tho city front watching
the corvette as she entered the
Our better halves say they could
not keep house without Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It is used in
more than half the homes iu Leeds.
SilllS llrim.. I.ikuIm. Tmvn. TliU klmu
i the esteem in which that remedy is
iieid micro it nas oeeii sold lor years
ami is well known. Mothers have
, learned that there is nothing so good
for colds, croup and whooping
j cough, that it cures these ailment
j iiiclily and permanently, and that
it is pleasant and safe for children
l to lake. 2't and 50 cent bottles for
i sale by all dealerH. Benson. Smith
' A; Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
BBTWIir.N II. F. KIII.KItS' KTOUK
and the Bigle Hoiimi a l.udy'x .Small
; Uoid Watch and Chiiin. open face (lermaii
iiuiku. l-'Iml'T will lit; tmltulily reuanltd
on rutiiri'iug watch to
II. F. KIII.KItSAl'O.,
1 loll lw Fort street.
1 'pe III'Y Foil c hll FIKiM TWENTY-
O110 ami Tho Cent lluvwiiiin I'liMtaue
Slump old iMiiiei., fiiri'huri.'i'd Htiimi
and prevent ii'nt-. in lartte and Niiiail
iliaiititliis. AH Sluiiint lilllt be iu per
(ei't rendition. I will nay the lilliunt i:uli
prlvei iiiMjii di llviirv of Mampt.
Addrei.,. A. V. UKAIt,
Kill 'II ilom lulu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will attend to MuiiUKeiiieiit ami .ile
ol rropertx and lollct'tiin; Iu
.all it- bratiehev.
Houses and Laud For Sale
S'nrtlirrh t-tirin-r of Kinma and It- tylmtiil
(Illn; Dili' dour lii'lort l.ru ik.I. l.i'Vi)y,
I ort sir. in. UT.'i If
V I.I. I'AIITIKH liKSllll.NU TOdOTO
V Wnl.iki'itkiiu Full" In il.inoii Valley
an hereby reipn-ted to obtain a Tluln
hIhIi from the nilderxltiiied otherwii-e they
will be proH'imleil for irepiiHH If found on
tlie iirembiet wlllinilt riieli iriiilxlun.
JAH. il. IIOYI).
al the Land Olllce, KlipremeCuiirt llillld-
1 lloimliiln, June 17. IhKJ. 7lf
QUARTER CENTURY OF Y.M.O.A.
Exorcises to be Held at Association
To-morrow ovoning tho Y. M. C.
A. will hold quartor centennial ex
orcises at Association hall. At liM)
Prof. Borger's orchestra will play a
quarter of no hour, ofter which the
following oxorcisos will take place:
"Come Thou Almighty King."
Invocation .. . . Hev. U. r. Kinermi
llenort bv the General Hecretnn
Mr. I). W. Corbet!
Ileport by tho Treanrer.. Mr. K. A. Jones
lteortoi Devntlonsl Committee .
Mr. C. J. D.iy
Hew! by Mr. W. C. Weedon I
Aitdros .... I
. Hev. A. H. Twombly, U. D., of lloitoti
Itcinliilicencc by the First I'rpldent.
UN hxecllency Banford U. Dole I
'Hod be with you till we meet again.''
Itelreshment In Parlor and Heading Itooni
Tho directors of the Association
issue a call to its members and friends
for $.'1500 for their work iu tho en
COFFEE ESTATE DEPICTED.
Comparison Shown Between Seod
and Stump Planting.
Photographs that will bo of much
interest to nil who are concerned in
coffeo cultivation are on viow in M.
Mcluerny's storo window. They are
of tho coffeo estate of Robert
Kycroft, Puna, Hawaii. Thoy illus
trate tho wonderful fertility of tho
soil of that district, also show a
comparison of growth between
plants from seeds and those from
Photo. No. l.ln which Mr. Kycroft
is standing, is of trees of throo years
growth from transplanted stumps.
Photo. No. '2 is of trees of the
same growth, but planted from
Tho pictures clearly show that
slumps have liltlo or uo advantage
over seeds. By observing closelv
you will see a fair sprinkling of cof
feo, but the general l)looming takes
place about n week later. Photo. No.
:t is of tho Kycroft mill.
Natives Koop Out.
Correspondence from tho other
Ln."tlS.. J . rirnV.. W"- !.U..!.0,!!!r,Mlt)Hi: VI IIY 1111. .,
Mntu tliat mas uiuutiiiirN nro hoiiiL'
liuld nil orur .Maui nml Hawaii for
tlio purpo.o of ndvioinn tlu nntivos
not to tnku tlio ontli. lint tn nw.ilt
(lolitiito Down from tho 'United J
.State. Hint tliu uiovoiiumt lm
liceii miL'i'Ossfttl tlius far, and itn oil-
ject oDservcd Dy tlio people, ts prov
ed by tliu very mnall nuniher of Ha
1 ' i
tuber of Hn-I
ll tho oath.
itr.I. K. to.
waiians who have taken
j..uii ncun lu' uu v oiieriu .j. i. o-
..1 it ' ..i t . .! ...
I 1 1. 1 ei l.r
KUi wi iiuim iiiiu 11 iiiniiuiuir iviii-
vniieu ivnupo iiiirii't on Jiatii ami
fiticouiMiuii iu leaning' to tlio register
iug olllcu four untives, two half
eastec, one Portuguese and 0110 other
foreigner. At Walliiku ami Hana
very fuw native havo ri'Ki-tered.
Mnsit ineetiiiK't of ualivon have been
held al Hilo and Kohata.
1 recommend Chamberlain's I'ain
Halm for rheumatism, Initio back,
itprnins and nwellii)KH. There is no
better liniment made. 1 have cold
over 100 bottles of II this year ami
all wore plea.Mid who tiKed it. .1. P.
Piornoii, (IrtiKKint. South Chicago,
III. It in for calo by all deaterit.
IloiiKou, Smith fc Co., A(,'ent for the
Do not be fooled tli'iK
year, the owuurs and
trainiM'M of IliH! stock
should havu tliu very bent
(j utility of feud for their
hornes. The only place
for such iw the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tm- TKI KI'IIONKS I'.M -m
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Oi-'i'ifi-: & AVahkiiol'sk:
Corner Queen and Niiuanu
HOLLISTER & CO.,
- Al.l. KINII.s or
Ol'lt MOi'K l (H.MIM.KIK.
We abo "till eo-itllint' III the
ttt OIIIi'k and halt'-roomi Corner ol
Tort uud Meruliuut treet.
iioi.i.ib ri:it ,v co.
hwnn When l:n nrl InnuroMn
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Solgo Sciatic Rheumatism
Mr. Arthur Simon
Ot OaLitea, Ohio,
"They mUl 1 nas IncHmtile, the doctors
did, but the result has proven that Hood's Sir
f.ipa Ilia was nble la enrr. 1 had fiolatla
l:iicum.itlm ami vns conlini-d to mv lied six
auutbs. Threo I'll) slclans did nut licfi mo aod
I Was Clvcn Up to Die
VThtn Iwti In tlil terrlliln rnmlltlnn, nnabl
la mare hnnil er foal, I tit's: hi to liko Hood's
Earsaparlth. The drst bottle had a llttlo eN
tcct.aml utillc t.iklnjj tho xciotxl, I gained to
ranidly that I eouhl k t uu In tnv rli.ilr. Mv m.
tern liad bem so run ilunn lyulliermrilK'liie,
Iiaye taken lt lotUe. I nm tnrr.l aii'f ran
doaco-nidayswork. i uo not toci lean i-rah.
tliiff II ll Htfl ittttlA n lul.lU ft -...... a. t. Il
cnouRh." AnTltcn Sotox, (Jablca. Ohio.
Hood's Pills n m atttniiDDtr
Fllli. kitlitdlgMtlvu. cut btaiUcb. Trjakoi.
IIOUItON, NKW.MAN X CO.,
Akciiis for Hawaiian Islands.
I A -f
rV0 I.F.T ON IlKII K. GV.'
X tatila street near .Mil
lor "treet. J.Vf
I ..I. I. ...I I-..,..... I... '''J
tleiitlemeu nt No. I (ianlen
1 able rjenlil I'telnUe. .C.'.r.th
at Walkikl Ih'IoiiIiik 10 II. AC tt ifi
niipiv to l-ii as. r (ifi.K'K.
lom If Trustee.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAI.UAIII.i: IMCCKS OF flt'-rv
lmprovel I'ro-rH. leeatid AiOWh
, In dill-rent Tartu of tlie city of ZM?Jj&
Jletmlillu: allbartfaln-. Apply V"
;;;: ..,.,... j,
for full iui'lli''iliir iu .a.
MtrCF. A A. J. CAItTWItlllllT.
... ... .
AI'i:i:nihiii:i) imm- m: ,
denee on Itereiimla aivn.'VlO
street, fur either fiinill) or 2 1 1 VT.i.5.
lu;le reutloiiieu. T-rm "-li''iiiyCj
miid-'nite. For pirl.-nlurn ui.i. a' II. !
illlco. 1010 If
Ciori'Aoi: to i.i:r on i ,.,
J PiiiicIiIniuI Street at ArJ'.iK.ii
rvaruf lr. I'oote'K proiiiben, m 1 ij.iH.
Ilii-ftanla Street. Apt. y to J-iit'iwSj
man 011 premii-ei or raellli mIihiii, eorner
of KIuk and Nintann ritn-fl
S.MA' I. (ottaoi: Oil
pn-fernil-iuiil Hoard with fU2n
1111 V.v,A family. Ad- &k
' ' f DiTR
ureH "ii. 11., 111 1.1 ti. i;nirn
"lOTTAUi: To I.KT ON
Klnaii i.til. one IiIih-k PAi'rftT .S
i -Vl "v
mini oiirru fur, iiii iiiinit-iii nill
.... i ...I i u"'t
impriivemnniH, uimi nam,
Siatilex and Servant lloniii. A tiply to
N. S. S.M'ilh.
Ii'i'.-tf Fort .iiviii.
MONTHS i , -v
l1 (rum June I, INK
iiri.-l .0111, mill, from tin. l'..i
on Kinau ilret, one mibi from thn Tout
i itllce. 'I here are :i rubllii ltoom and I
lletlrMiiut. wiih all the UMIul i'iiiiveuleui'e.
ino; tf itoiiT. citun.
1MIK Iii:silt.lll.i:i'lli. i xvy -.
X. iM-rt) known in tbu AVi'',7V-0
M'nty I'reml-iH," Mtinted l$'$ci&
on Nniiuii'i Awuiie. ikm li.'iSS.
adjoining the rehtdeii' e of Mr. I. I'. Ill -hop,
Tin- IIihim, IhiIii 1 .i St iru' eon
taliix Six l.ir'f Iti'dri oiiin, Parlors, It i l.iur-I
Itoom. Kltrliell (Mill M'l lilllIKe, I UIITJ
ele , and Uathnhim on eiudi lloor Tin- en
tire hoilv l lighted ultli I'leelrlelt)' 'I be
lirutiudh are lare an I eoniaiii iikiii varii
tiecif Shade and Krini lre T'iaile-lr-able
tenant the prupert will be let at a
reaminable leutal. I'.iiqiilre of
F. W. M.V FMII.A.NK.
ten tin I'lilim I'i'i-il i o 'hoihie
Desirable v Residence
'IMIK UNDKIthHlNI.I) oFI'KI! Foil ,
PIIIV IIKIV I'VlHII'Mi' lit -I t nil - I
phitaiii ntriTt, a j limit; (In rtiilriii" tf j I i I I
&s"&--:-s:liii)oi,ier!i, W ho c&alc
uinlefci'.lnnl Wei -limit llui'.liii)! 1 1 mi -i- I
Mile that Heilrable lte-i e't'iniu la- I
on the iiroiK'itv, eonlaiiiliii; liruc I'urUir,
l)iuliii;-rooiii. i IIi'.Iiihiiii- llntli. Kin i i'ii
and I'.intn (' 'Vered Had, ule V'rnii,i,
( arriiip' IIiiiih-, h'nilN, ete., ete I In
Kroiin l are weli-tfr.i ed and plnuti'd uiih
I rnlt and llade ! .
IW lb1' elevatl'in f-iu mull l mi tin
"lilnii'li''l view from IliauiKinl tle.nl 'othr
Waiaiuie Mountain. Inli ndinn pur, Ii i-itk
mi liiNiKii't preiiiiKi'i- on applii iiii'iii n
iit iw J A.N I. M"ltUAN.
FOR. SALE !
A fen l lioli e I'lippii" for .all from 1'idi
Urii'd aliH'k. Addri -
W. Ii I.I- Wis.
Ill l I I IIS llllh'i
'pilKW I.I.UKNOWN W.MI.l'Kl' UAH
1 bur. rimiii la I'. Itot'lifi.rl. Iiii. taken
the Hiieen-lrel HhavlliK I'.irloi". udln II
till! Iltlidai-e A to,, where a f.ood ('inin
bii'ivnean Ik bail for It Celiti
iuuliided lor ii Lent,
Headquarters for White Goods
rsao irort atreot, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOKS In Plain, Striped, Checks and Platd.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A I.I. (lltAI)ES AND l'lttCRt).
DI.MITIKS In Strl.od, Check-. Plaids and Hair t,liie.
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CKAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CKEAM AND ECKU.
IMMKNHF. VAHIKTY OF
WHITE . GOOIDS
AN KNDI.KHS VAHIKTY OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMimoiDKHYKlHllVo.S In S.,, Nalnj.MK and Hambnrc. In
All Width- with Inserting to Match.
All-over Embroidery, Embroidory Plonnces and Doml Fltmncec.
Lacos of Every Description in All Widths.
513 Uobinson Block, Hotel Street,
INIIXT TO OltDWAY A I'OIITEIt
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I Wll.l. HF.I.I. OCT MY KNTIIIK STOCK. CoNSIHTINO OF
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Men's and Boys' Suits, Etc., Etc.
d3r It i impossible for me to mention all the Artiulen
and Prices I
SALE COMMliJXt'IOS ON
Monday, March 19.
PLKASK GIVE MR A CALL!
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I have been instructed by Mil. J. Al. m: Sa k Sii.VA,
( proprietor of the Havaiian'Iaianksk Uaaaii, Hotel street,
) to sell his htouk of ,IA lA NKSIsJ GOODS. Also, a bi as
'.sortnieut of .JAPAXKSK PAl'HK NAPKINS will be sold
1 I.KSSTIIAN COST.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
II.WINO CO.N'fl.lWiKI) TO
Oili.lM YOI (AS IIUY Til
AWAY BELOW COST
T - "- N ' VVk- Jl
F.EHLERS &c GO.
IMI'OHTISK AND DEALER I!.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
gjT ALWAYS ON HAND M
New Goih Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
cf,n,iVS,uh',;,,,,;"y """ml "' s""'' K.r... I. I I Order,
Lincoln Hukk. Kimi Strkct, llt:r. Imikt and Ai.akka Streets
Itoril TKI.KI HoVKh Jlo
I'resh Goods by Every California 8teamer.
IIOt'SK - (JOOI)S - A - SPECIALTY
Ui.imis Oiim iis Stti.u ii j : i jrtf
II. K. Mel N
IMItHlTMUi AMI IIRAI.KIIS IN -
Groceries, - Provisions and Feed.
Se (loud III.-, t.-.l l, !;,.) IMekm from the Ka.iern State uud Kiinw.
I'UKSII CAUiaiKMA I'liniHCMC . HV KVKUY STKAMKK
All ur.i faiilif.illk .itttuded to and (I00.U IVIirered tn ant
I'm I ill the (lly Fill'.!.. '
UUMI OllllUts StlUt'lTMl SaTIUCAOTIO! ODAHANTBUI).
KAHT COItNKU KdllT AMI KIMI UTUKKTU,
CI.OSK OIT THIS LINK OF
KM AT I'KICKS
1 O. IIOX ATI
-I', o. liox r,
i Il i f
it Kctnil Grocers
& Naval Supplies
-I'. 0. IIOX 145
FY HE & BHO.,