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fl5ng nt cutt ropell Into Ih rttrtt ttmii.
" Wheit're I ln 0, wrh fan. Oilamta I
nothlnR'a the toMIm tilth my far i lt my
hif ilonlj iiu lhy ? ITl tell w nil
lwot ll ftf tUnncl." "Vbm li.l Mln )(
(hit Ule MntT tbu p l illniw i hrtr tle
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dutj." I took gUntt ( m)l( nj I.MtghI
ouitlfht i mj- hn m ttrrVcit ith tlu( inl
yrtpiiitliou, ohlUorvc niittchc (utnnt
nivl ll.cmhff iVjkii ami the "iu" in my
hiirhxl pottm tnmtiie on (he top of nj
" iVsn, frktrf JUVvnt fw?" lemamlnl
OilinJo Hfinlj, he hatnlrd me mVc of
rnip, I 'Vncw Oilinilo w Jin(; to Vncw
ml to T rtelenJol no( to hef him ml pro
ceeded to clean m)ielf j When he found
(ht t paid no attention to him, he followed a
wuman'ttaclteanvt lecan the ronervtlnn In an
iionlcsl tone, at the nine time Rently catewini;
hit lile-irhUVer. "Well Othndo" 1 ieiume.1
looking Vlndle at him thiouph (he to.ip-ud',
" I've bi out to Makiki to tee the miiTiol
men and the hie " 'T IC ''e diamond ami
citn the douNe K in ; firtt gime jiu
Vno' lott of fun; all the It. II. fellow t eic
thetefrom Htuce Cart light don to Napoleon
Spenctt. Ill tell j-ou all about it when I get
tnj topper goirK up to Catanch now ta
ta 1" At I went out the doot I heard Oilandn
cr)-ing after me, " I tay, loma, hurry lacV
and tell mc all alvmt it t ere there any" I
didn't hear the rrtt, bat T knew the entcnee
ended "ladiet there y for I Vncw Orlando's
' Well old fellow that' jui how I got to
duty I walkeil out and luck ; I belong
to a walking dub, yos know, like the- have
op in 'Kritco, Yet, there wat a pretty good
crow J there considering it wat the first game ;
and I tell juu, Otlando, the boyi all looked at
natural at could be. The pavilion teemed
quite home-like by the way, Orlando, I
taw that lat-tUMmcr gill of yours playing
carom jJwti with several young fellows hearts.
When I ct there the loy$ were all out on the
diamond getting warmrd up, and it wat quite
funny to, tee the gingerly way in which they
tieated the globe ; the lull teemed to have the
advantage denng the entire game and finger
were at a discount. Wild thrown? w;cll 1
shvald say so, llfnedict first baseman couldn't
have rcched them w ilh itills on, and some of
Hay Wodehouse'i thfow-irig to second base
wat as wide ofibe mark at the usual Titer
'torial ; but. when the boys set their hands in,
and get their nemt quitted down until they
can face the Oceanic! agaut and reach scienti
fically after Wall' pitching, I tell you, Or
lando, after the first round, we are going to
hate some close ptatiog this tumtutr. l'y the
way Scntly is coming back to cMch for the
Ooranict but I mutt tell vou about the game.
The boys tossed up a lupalna at twenty
minutes pt three o'clock and Chailie Eckel
of the racifict called the game at half-past
OUee. The Benedicts won the toi and sent
the big If. boys to the tut and the fun com
menced for the Honolulus. Kied Oat swung
the willow first and reached first liase by
Patkei making a wild throw. Hay Wode
house and Hairy Whitney followed and both
touk first bate ; Guy Wodchouse went to bat
and Sheldon made a wild throw to second
base; Maikhani fallowed Guy to first base
andjimmie Dow sett sen: a high fly to center
field which wat promptly muffed by Young.
Fred Whitney then struck the globe and made
his first on another of Iaiker's wild thiows.
Brown took first base on an in-fieldcr and Ned
Dowseit followed on called balls. Fled Oat
went to bat the second time and made the first
roan out ; Hay Wodchouse and Harry Whit
ney both reached first lute and Guy Wode
house went out on a foci ; Matkham, Jimmie
Dow sett, and Fred Whitney all took Cut base
and Brown went to bat with three men on the
bases, two of whom he brought home tben he
took hit first. Neil Dowsctt followed Brown
ami struck out like a little man putting hit
side out with a score of 14 runs.
Napoleon Spencer was the first Benedict to
ba and he cut a vicioui nin Brown at
third hase when XUrkham't first curse coquet
ted aioor.1 the cod of hit bat. After a patted
ball Spencer sent the sphere to Brown who
threw wild to first lr, which Spencer leached
in the mid of great applause from the ladies.
Umpire Eckel here blushed detpeiatcly, leing
under the Impression that he had bulled Die
game, but when be taw how milters stood he
icruraed courage and told the heto of the Nile
quietly to bold hit base. Talker followed and
struck outj Levey look first base und Board
man west to bat ; Levey stole scound base on
a wild throw to second by Hay Wodchouse,
hnccr came home and Ikuidinan struck out
and sent the Benedicts afield.
Tt lij 11. '1 came in the second tunings
smiling confidently but found a goose egg in
the nest. 1'icd Oj. went to ba! aud n
,ptuuptly irtiied by hpcticci who gobbled his
ftoj' flr in WJi field. Hay Wodcnou tJ.
lowed It lipibR up a fly to l'iikxr and gate
the bat to Harry Whitney who sent a lirvtr
over second base and tuuk hit fSrvt. Whitney
then tuuk second on a wild lino by Sheldon
19 second, and Guy Wodchouse struck out,
Lisliuiinwat first to bat for the Benedicts
in the second inning and eel out on a fly to
tl.iid base, Uurgest foil -wui suit, on first
lose, and J. Dvwtctl gt fust on thicc
stnVes, by WodehMise thro i; wild. Young
then went to bat, muck out, but reached hit
first on an overthrow by Wodchouse, which
let Dowsctt boat with a tally. Napo-
leua Spescti put his bittbien out by faiiin to
leadi first base and the big II, boys took lUtii
'Majkbua led off finely by sf.-nding the
spheie in catrr field aud taking firM latt.
Jlmatic Dywtctt pur a linn ut stcomi base
and 1 cached U Cist. Fltd Whitney took lint
base. hrUoa made a wild tbiow lo first,
thovu lausg lb wilkjw and took bit Cist
While Fled Whitney went out 00 the second
ftm am Wmh mtn ww mtt m lh ftrtt ltc
pin) vf .he Bni. "I ilmil t," uid t)i
" how u Wwwi ran ifmember all
h HulT." " Whs, Oihrndo " twl I. "Itwl's
twnhhlg il ht at wty for me to imtmibrf
and ilte(Viin gtlp for a MMpet at It It
fftr jew to wkft fee, only don't Iwthet nir
W't te -1), jet I the llnedllli went In Iwl
t (he iWrd Inning and Taikrr went ovil iw a
tlj te tljiht RM 1 ilwn Irfte) went out w fiitt
bawl ItMtilnttn fnllowpil and made hit fiitt,
hwi SIM(m sent the lit la the eminti)
by Vmwklng a lly lo IM. Dnntttl In light
Whtn lime at lulled fai Ihe fiwtlh inning
Oat ml to lut in place ol olthoute
thrnwgh an fitor of (he tcoict and went out
on a fottl j;ht tiy SheUrn. IIV Wtole-
ami Unity Whitney and Guy Wode
hnwse all readictl fiitt lite while I lay got lilt
I on a wild thinw by Sheldon Geo.
Matkham followed but went out on a lly
wtgld by 1'atkft. Jlmmle llowtetl went to
(mi ami made the lust tw lute Ml of (he
etro. l'lnlWhilne) took hit fust on called
btltt ami llronn went nut on first lute putting
Ihe thle out. The Uenedlrti got their trrontl
gtwMC egg In Ihe fourth inning t Uthinan and
BtiigTM Iwlh fouletl out and J. Dowseit put
hit tMe out on fittt lue.
In the fifth inning IM. Dowiett fot Ihe
llonolulnt went out nn a lly finely caught in
light firhl ami Tied Oat followed suit on a
tpletwlttl running lly catch mvlrhy Sencer in
lt (WW. Hat Wndehonte leacheil first ami
llatiy Whlinej made hit liist on lud tluow
by thoil lop lo fiitt lute and Gnj Wixle-
hojse (ml the Honohilut out by tending ally
10 center field which was taken by Young on
The Benedict! made one lun in the fifth
Inning, Young going to tut while Spencer and
Bcuulman went out on llyi and I'aikei on fiitt
lute; Levey leaching firtt but d)ing at
In the sltth inning for the Honohilut
Maikhtm went out on firtt luc b) a splendid
throw from thiid lute and Dowsctt made
another two bate hit to light field. Fred
Whituty followed but went out at fittt luie
while llniwn followed suit, lieing put out at
firtt lue by Ihe thou stop, and the big It.
Iwys went lo field with their second gon.e egg
The Benedicts made one more run In the
sixth inning, Sheldon coming in, Lidinian
going out on a lly by Matkham, Bulges
making a two base hit to tight field, J. Dow
sett going out on a tl) to light field and Young
on a lly to Markham.
When the seventh inning wat called Ed.
Dowseit went to Kit for the Honolulu!, but
went out on third base on a forced lun ; I'tcd
Oat wat also forced onto Ihitd bvsc and went
out Hay WoJehouse came home and Hairy
Whitney and Guy Wodehouc reached the
hates when Maikham put the side out by bat
ting a fly to gtabiverous Spencer in left field.
The spliced nine came in and Napoleon
Spencer took, firtt bate in his usual graceful
style. He wat followed by Paiker who took
first luse on called balls, Sheldon made hit
iirl while Spencer came home and lloardinan
went out on thiid bac, IJshman now took
the tut ami ended the inning by sending a lly
to center field. Tha score now stood twenty
two rant for the big II. bo)! and five for the
Benedicts, who failed to score a run in the two
Jimmie Dowsetl ledolTthe eighth inning
fot the Honolulu', and reached first luse;
Fred Whitney followed but went out on a fly
to right field. Brown and IaI. Dowsett both
went out on first base in succession, Jimmie
Dowsett came home and Fied Oat rusticated
the Honolulus by settling a lly in the hands of
ihe center fielder.
The Benedicts now came in and Sheldon
immediately went out on fittt luse, IJshman
tipped a tly'to Matkham, lluigest reached his
first and Dowsett went out on a fly to second
In the ninth and last inning Hay Wude-hou-e
of the big II. ljt took his first and
stole to second base. Hairy Whitney made his
first, Guy Wodchouse sent a liner oet second
and took first base, Matkham reached first.
while Jimmie Dowsett went out on first base,
Fred Whitney went out ta u liy tv. third base
andBrownonfitslbase. Hay Wodchouse, Hatty
Whitney, Guy Wodchouse and George Mark-
ham each scored a run making a total of
twentt-tcscn for the Honolulus.
The Benedict went to bat for the last time
and Young w ent out on a foul. Spencer fol
low ed, out on first luse, l'atkcr reached his first
when Letey ended the game at twenty minutes
past five o'clock by going out on firtt base.
Notwithstanding the score stood 17 to 5 in
favor of the big H. boys there was some really
goal plating done by the weaker nine, and
both clubs, in fact, did at well as could be
especled in the first game. By the way,
Orlando, the Pacifies, play their firtt game next
Saturday and I'll tell )ou what III do ; if
you'll get me the opinion of your gitl on the
game 111 wtite up sour notes for you and
make a sort of opera ball boufle of it, as it
were, pcradt cnture, so to speak.
1h 1lmnll0 fMi-Hrr WHffrf.
MiM V N. Ill
j.t Monday tn thin! ismseii l Ihe Mnn
Ugw Tiiint snt wai allttwforl by 1
Httited amllcMC lb entlurMwani nrr
tttdlng mngti! In no wh atatfin;.
The conceit njwned wllh a ptano dneil
plated by Mb faille ami I'tnfcwit IHIimV.
I'he pffte wat an atrangtmnit of HelwiHwM'i
mcitute rntltlnl I'tltenmutitc.
Irflet In live evening Mitt ("mil, arrvm
panlnl by tlnrc tncmbttt nf,lbe IJiilntrttr
I'lub, wljttl a roitfttln by llmiplmaim.
Ml t'litiier Mig llUimnulMlV l,ong Mes
sage, tMpnndlng In an tiieoic wllh ('nine
Into the Galileo, Maud. llct,.he tang
llalfe't Dldt't Tlimi Hut Know,
Miss Montague sang It Wat A llinlni.
"We," if the GarHle, ) 1 "l'lih we ie
mrmlei her tinging fie )Mit ago anil the
tulce hid lott none ivf In frlinr, tin dell
cacj oflnlnnitlun wat Ihe same, thrte wat no
Impintcinrnt, It It lniinllile to Inipiote on
the unliiinin cable" -which It mmt talltfac
loiy testimonial. Ml alto tang an encoie,
Someliislj't t'oiulng 1 and Ufet a (election
In the ipiaitctlr tong ftom "lllgipdelto,"
Mitt Montague wat well npoilfll b) Mit,
J. 1'. Iltnwn. Mr. Turner and Mr. Yatndlcy.
The tclfcliont ftum Balfe't "Bohemian
Gill" popular alait--eie tung with et.
piession, (a(e and feeling, closing the pto
If thatnicildlfviineiinpcilinenl, llj Uriiuetl,
would Inleiefctelest wllh public coiucilt, (hose
concent would Ix mete unlfotinlj s.illtf.iclot).
I( wat teiy nice of aoinetxal) (of someUnllct)
to leipirst Mitt Mnntagiie lo icpeat Sing Sweet
Bint which the ang to delightfully nt the
lust conceit. And It wat gtaciom of Mist
Montague to content to icpc.it it. Hut it wat not
exactly justice to thotc who had attended the
ptrtioui concent lo fotcc them In foirgo the
piltilege of heating Ihat delightful singer in
something new -alMt the icpeateil piece w at a
"gem,"woithy all ihe guih uf those nutleri of
etudite musical tlang, tliectitlcs. In hccac In
question Miss Montague ccitainly tjng the
piece without nn etident ImieifcCtion. Yet
the tepctllion -unlets ihe "tcqurst" wcie nn
ettiaotdiniiy one- wat none the lets a mistake.
In the case of Mi. Tutnet't tep'lilion of
I'intutl't tenor song, The Ijitl Watch, the
programme ftileil to allege any ieiuet. It
gate occatior fot tome unkind comment in
which we take no ttock 10 the effect that
Mr. Tutnet't repertoire is limited. A word of
warning ma) be of service lo that talented
The most enjo) able portions of Thursday's
conceit weie the duet between Mtt. 1. II.
I'aty and Mr. Tutncr and the duct, tnJimUt,
ftom "I.uctctla Borgia."
Mrs. I'aty' pure, clear voice wat at its best
in the duet, t'intuli't The Bunch of Yiolett
does not display the best qualities of her voice
lo the bett advantage. In music written with
more real and lett simulated feeling she ting
more tjtnpithetlcally and, thctcfotc, obviously
mote (tn amtre.
Miss Cattle and Professor Bvlicock played
one of Schubat'j piano duct in the romping,
rollicking, racing spiiit in which 'tnat uiitten.
Neat Monda)'s conceit will be the last of
the season, A special sacicd conceit is talked
of. If an oratotio might be gitcn, now 1
Ilovill'll , May )n lS.j
thi-re 1 Imle tuning lit tiaile cli.l.s these
lays 1 wonuwrwwis ilullne-tt timt to ltv
tettlnl down and taken ptmettlon of ih rilf
Idwn, Ihe forrtgn anlrah nf tnatU, llifrV
fotfi, Ikivp been wineitlnlnf a telle', lhHh In
Ihenwln (lieu i-itgoet come to nn almd well
mppllnl nutVrt. I he movement of shipping
sttwr lat( Itsue emhiace the Maiy Wliikitiiian,
Ditenttiy, I'ontiif hi and alinr, UlmU Janelm1
finm San I'tandtcn, Ihe Autumn fioni New
CaMtc anil ('. t. htlmore from llepnttute
111), in anltalt. ard in ilf ttliiies we ii"l ll
. G. Irwin, Mrndola ai'il I'm-ela, fot Xn
Francisco, all wllh full caignet of ilomellc
ptitihiee, Ihe TIiuhuk U. I'mlet fot 1'oit
Tnwnsrnd, in lullait, and Ihe Wo ile Janeltn
rn mule to Hongkong wtlh n luunber of
The Kin df Janelm btlng 107 Ohlnrse from
Hongkong hyway of San l'ianclCii, pie
Minulity alt but Iwmly lite being reluming
kamaainat. She also litlng n mall, wllh itnlct
In the list intlant, ami the cheeilng Inlclle
gence of the tleaiiy and conllnueil ad'-ancc In
siigait. The figutet by last advices wete 5. t J
fot sugar olatllng 91", On ihn tfitli the rate
adiiinceil to 5. J 1 1 20lh, 5,31 ami on the list
In 5. J, Manila lutit, '1 he New Yotk maiket
It trpotled at fi ctt, for y6. All the augur
matkelt atr icpottcd film with a stiong
,t IVfireiil'M for f'nuiill'iief,
Ml day on Ihe afilli and put of the J7tli
Intl. wat occupied In the IWIce Ooiut in the
heating of a piotecutlon for conspitacy jigalntt
Wong Tai I'oon and Kauliane (two policemen)
and Ah Lol mid I.iipou, two Chincte confrd
eieale. The ptoteculiou nime fthni (wo
pioteculiont of the pteviout wcck one againtl
Sing Ohcw foi illi.-it liquot telling and the
olher against Sing (.'hew and Ing Jng for at
tempting lo biibe policcnnn Kaiiliaiu', in lioth
of which catet (he foiii pctvmt now chitged
with contpirac), were witnewet. In Ihe for
mer case the ilefenilentt wcie sirquiltnl,
luttlcc Illcktilon at the lime making tome
teiy teteic icllcctlont upon Ihe general tepu
tationnf the ciown witneset, at also upon the
contradictory character of the evidence given
by them. Tlicjudge' opinion of these men
had etidently not been linprin.nl by w'"t hid
been since brought to hit knowledge. He
stldhe was ei) much ntlonitluil to find llitt
Wong Tni I'oon had nut been suspended to
aw all the final result of hit pintrculioii a( lensi,
He certainly thought that such n mtn at this
and the pret lout Irlalt litit proicd WongTal
I'oon had no business cscr to hold any Kiiilon
under got eminent. That with him and such
men at he had used lo nstist him at large, no
one could feel afc. Tai I'oon hid not only
committed penury hiimelf but had sulioineil
petjuty. He was of the opinion that the rev
elations made at these trials would not only
warrant the marshall in dismissing this defend
ant from the serticc, but that in good consci
ence n tlltinWsa! was demanded. While he
appealed to be Imprctod with the idea tint
Wong Tat I'oon wat Ihe worl olfendcr of "the
lot he said he had no hesitation in committing
all fur ttivl at the coming term of the supreme
coutt. Metsts. Unit well and Whiting ap
peared for the prosecution anJ Mr. Hatch for
.1 .Sorfiff ier-
rt thr fltrilfflH llntrl.
Last Monday there wat good attendance
at Kapiolani Park to witness the three-quarter-of-a-mile
dash for a sweepstakes of $100 each ;
the eutries being W. 11. Cornwall's May D. ;
V. a Miles' Maybell, and Harry Agncw's
Kva, The day was warm, indeed quite sultry
during tne afternoon, and the clouds lhat re
mained after the ptetious night's storm still
thtcatcned rain. At is uiual the race did not
take place until over an houi after the adici
ticd time, ami it was almost four o'clock before
the horses were brought to the starting point.
The botses were all in goal condition, well
poomed, and ably handled. The kicg and
seseial members of the royal family wcie pres
ent. W. II. Aldrich, Cot. Z. S. Spaulding
and T, Lithman were the judges; C. U.
Wilson wat suiter, and Messrs. Hocghtailing
and Lucas, time-keepers. The hoiscs wire
gotten away all right after two false slant, and
made an even run for a short distance, when
lUny Agncw's Kva look the lead with K, B,
Miles Australian filly Ma)bell, second. The
jiosition was maintained but a shoit.time when
May D. pastel Ma)bcllt and came neck up
with Eva. The finish wat very pietty and
close one, ami niany thought that Eva would
win the race, for the horses came down Ihe
home slictch neck and neck, but May D. held
her position and passed under the w lie a short
neck ahcul. Altei I He lout race which wat
woo by Cameron over Simat (cototcd), a
Hotting lace took place oetween Thonut ti.
and Sid Speiry, which was won In two straight
heats by the foinier in 2151 and J; SO,
' Honolulu, May 27, liSj.
The Hawaiian Hotel ha rarely been so
handsomely decorated at it, was last Tucvlay
night, the occasion being the lull in honor of
Queen Victoria's birthday and for the benefit
of the British Benetolciit Socict) one of the
wotthiest of our local instilutions.
L The entrance diitet were flanked with
llarirg flambeaux, little nicded in the bright
moonthine, )ct adding gieatl) lo the general
The entiance slairu a)-, mauka and makai.
were .itched by blanches of date palm, ranged
with artistic natutalness along the balusttadcs.
The main dining toom had been transformed
into a dancing hall for the occasionv The
floor was canvassed. Oter the entrance from
the ceutial hall were draped two Hawaiian
jacks, their folds caught up at the sides and
fastened behind boqucls in which lilies and
ferns wcie most conspicuous. The house flag
of the British Commissioner, an English flag
with the ro)a1 arms in the centre, hunf; at the
eastern end of the makai aich way, on the
opposite side being the royal Hawaiian
standard On the west side of the room were
the Portuguese standaid and the Stars and
Snipes. At the mauka end. Queen Kapiolani's
houte flag and Ihe Union Jack. On the cost
wall a large French,rlag.
The floral decorations of the dancing hall
were simple but elegantly eflcctite. Between
the flags at the mauka end was thej,nsciiption
"God Save the Queen" in blossoms of double
red geranium and plumerias, on a dainty back
ground of ferns. .
Between and across the flags, completely
environing the room, were ropes of flowers and
fernt, with nosegays sml crns knots at inlet
tals, A mest inviting supper wat toread in the
hotel's elegant private dining loom, in gratily-
ing evidence that Acting-Manager Graham, the
chef and the head steward were not unmindful
of their impottant trusts.
King Kalakaua, many of the diplomatic and
comular corps, most nf the Btitith residents.
and many society people of other nationalities
wete piesrnt ; and, of course, the dancing
young people wete in force.
Mcssis. T, K. Walker, A. McKibbin, W,
II. Baird and W. Lithman were the com
mitlecof reception. And Mr'. Htniy Maclar
lane made an accomplished and popular floor
Cod Sate Ihe Queen !
.1 i mi reran r HrA.
The programme of the Hawaiian Evang 'i-
cal Society' "anniversary week," beginning
to-morrow it at lollow s :
$iiii,,jy, .ljj-j, Annual Senium on Ilo.ne
Mistsions. By Kcv. S. E Bishop, at Foil St.
Church, 7:30 r. ., and by Ket. J. Waiainau,
at Kawaiahao Church, 7 p. SJ.
Mmiiljy, flint 1, Gcneial ball. School As
sociation, at Kawaiahao Church, 10 A. M,,and
I t, M., General Young Pcople'Chfl5lian
Association, at Kaumakapili Church, 7 I'. M.
TuoJajr, June i, Hawaiian Et angelical
Association, at Kawaiahao Church, 10 A. M.,'
and 1 p. M Meeting of the Hawaiian Board,
7 P. M,
Wednesday, June J, Hawaiian Evangelical
Association, 9 A. M. Sabbath School Associa
tion, 1 r. M,, Y. P. C. General Association,
Kaumakapili Chutch, 7 p. M.
Thursday, Junt j. Evangelical Association,
at Kawaiahao Church, 9 A.M. (Annual reports
of Treasurer and Cor. Secrctaiy). Also at I
P. M. Annutl Tea Party at Foil St. Church,
5 p. M. Concert at Kaumakapili Church, 7 p.m.
Friday, June j. Annual Examination of
Kawaiahao Giil' School, 9 A. St., at the
School House. Exhibition of Oahu Sab.
Schools at Kaumakapili Church, 10 a. m.
Meeting of the Hawaiian Board, 7 P. si,
Saturday, June 6, Annual Examination of
the North Pacific Mission Institute, at 9 A. M.,
at Kawaiahao Chuich. Rhetorical exercises
of the Studentt.at Kaw aiahao Church, 7 :3or. M.
Sunday, 11111 7, Annual Sermoii on Foreign
Missions at 7130 p. M. By Rev. E. C. Oggcl
at Fort St. Church, and by Rev. II. II. Paiker
at Kaumakapili Chuich, 7 r. M.
in it,l"dl iiia thin tanl "Why,"
my in'y, oil tan in ui a 'lcliiiik flu
I H. without pa ii-1 'ig In hit ttiiik, rulalinol
"Mtangsr, I'tr gin 10 dig Mm mil we'teoiit
nf iMI at hum." ll it Mil to lie (nil In tilth
Mini! In oitler to Ut. 1he UlUt plan would
Into etid the mn amount of l(lot In
itnltig toniethltiu, ihat will run money and
thru t.ike the rath and gii liiMrtti. Ilemy
)' Metallic & Bin,, and puicli.ur a upply of
llietr fine gifKetlct nnd ptotlilon especially
our of llmte Wetlphalla Imnit ImpotKil illircl
ftom (IfniHiriy I.) ttmuiei ami Mil, not fntgrt-
ling nil Rtwiliuriii of their flesh raniicd gomlt
and ftwh iiKittnl and gioninl correct, at well
at tea and (lie lliimtaml and one oilier ntlklet
In Ihelr line.
"Mmet," he railed out to lilt ton, who tat
rrmllng Ihe papei, "that it war coming In
I!uiOW" "Nn, (adder I dot vhtt all trllleil
iwp." "Vlt del elmleia milling?" "Nn,
faililci." "Do )0 iMil of a thcrp epidemic
dot kills 'em all off nnd luingt up iter pi Ire of
wiit ? "No," "Vhat der collon crop all
butted?" "No, It vhat rme." "Vhat tier
tome mote eaithqiiaket, l1ois.lt, 111 C) clone "
"Not one," "Vhclt, Motet, It that all right
Just tier Mine. We begin tO'inoitow to mail
up all goods luenl) per rent, on account of
iter thiuall'tiot, which may kill oil all iter
beoplet net! winter." 'Ihfic ate two wa)tof
doing lniilncM one It by inaiklng nillclct up
twenty pet cent, nhute their niaikel value, at
In the aliot c Instanco I and t lie nthci, and
hllir way tt b) iimlcftelllng )iur cnuiielitiir.
The latin It the method ndopted by the
"union Fecit Company ," coiner Queen nnd
l'lllnbuigh slieclt, whose t.tige and wcllte-
Icctcd ttock of hay nnd gtnin, bian, boiled
llntecd meal nnd oil cake meal ntlrnclt dote
iiiyctt. Iltcy, also, keep on liaml, cut hay in
grain tarktt and fine lice straw for hcildlng
nit up In emit enirtit tire Inlet. A few of
thotc celebrated I.lvctiool salt tacl.t for hone
lubber nt 50 ctt, each.
Now, John," Mid n father to hi gawky
ton, "it'j nlmiil time ttiu gut maitied ond tel
tlcil down In a home of )our own," "Hut I
don't know any glilt loget minted lo," whined
John, "I ly mound nnd get acquainted with
tome ; tint itthe way I did when I w. toung.
How do )ou uppoe I em got niaiticd ?''
inquiicd llie old gentleman. "Well, said
John, pitifully, "you married mother, and I've
got In many a tlrangc gill," II It no wondet
that a young man should feel embarrassed at
popping the question," lo a tlrangc gill, on
slight ncqii.iinl.incc, but ho ought to pito the
way by first taking her out to Mcstts. King
Bios', new iirliil stoic. No. 89 Hotel sliecl,
and ptcscnt her with one of I In is; bcniitilul
painting's by Jules Tavirnlcr, cilhir the
"Kilriiica Yolcano" seine, done in oil, or
"Diamond Head" in pastel. Or )ou might
gratify her by hating her potltnit painted by
the Michigin Portrait Co. Messn. King
Bros., the sole ngintt nf Ihit firm on these it
lauds, take ontei fot iotttaits, enlarged from
any sire of photograph, done in water-colors,
pastel, crayon, or India-ink, which arc ie-
tinned In two months beautifully executed
See specimen In window.
The I'ticnd for June comes piomptly lo hand
at btighl in appentance and ptcparation at a
SprcckcN dollar. It announce that hereafter
Mr. W 11. Olcson, principal of the llilo
Bonding School will hate charge of n page in
the interests of education. None belter.
1, A I IV IG Ar CJO.
No. 31 Port Ot., Clock Building,
)U 111 a wnMitnhifnl sf it, hrtl lmomlrsl
ml VnlHsM I ! i" H till rt iKKt, tl
VUOKIilt I.ISSI'.lUt MKAI,.
ll It III lfit Hsli riimr. Mill n.t lnllf o
itnttr la n
ril I l Ml l.. almi ) r rrnl, nf mtililo
mtittr ihl, I'Milt it-srvviit.
inltt urirtlt mtl It fintl In j- Hi, nt fl m
sit ll ,'f run, or In sAf llt. nf t,ttl lifsn,
Al.i. mi, 1'iwlmUl MINI. II II 111. at wtllaionr
utiMt tiipi'lr nf Iht lM tlmlt nf
liny, Out-., .Wlmnl, Corn, Kto , I'.to.,
VM.IiliN iiffrrfl still bito MtiWl Haiti, sml
ilrliftrtd fi In any ttit of If, lily
status fiif III
"ntlrlr Mutual 1.1'e tniiitanre Co. nf Callfiitnlt
,.mt r..r Hi. iioovr.n ir.i.t.pii()Ni:
( mnntUtli ar cf Drfilt for lli Sul r,f Clifitnlt
ir.i.i.fiioNi: no K, tt-.i
(IKTC.AdltKM HllllCtt 01' .1AI.lt
IMI'Oltri'.lt AND III..M.I.H IN
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
No HO Fort !Urt. llonolnln, H. I.
The Chomt Club.
tV Ihe Ur?t mitl l't iiimrt(t nf
Liliit't Ccnilemen' ami Cltitdrrn'i
Ilooti, Stiof, Stlpprri, Dnin(C Pumps tt
itm fntui'l mi tKr Itjtantlm
l'iiff a low el-liiTe ftr.mltiir ialiiy nf
Km, Imjiki oniM viicitfi ami pronipnyf'Sfcii.cn.
mtt In (Hlnln nmii mtU W JOMA
MM. Ultv.. IiUtvl r-fMiMl, to ul. II, A
l.lt.mnn, iUtl ir, Jr .sf NnwmUr, iMf, r
mI t 1 til. lie u Hon, DnHAIlKIMT. Htt,m.iv
ufjim, M wir Ml rni( nt i nwm, iS HtHtljr
lnUt tn uM mMti'it rlU It.ttiAiM. In
Wd.hi (.) iwillln o 'fit i4 lt itrrM, !
UiflltiumiliM'lli Kojil l(M Nf. iji I
r ,nl N i, ml l!il ffmr.1 11 lh mI4
1,M OM l-r IW' , H i1M ilttinl 1.4 bfO. of
Mtt!i, fjj t.frhT wllh Jill lrV( lml (tft miliil
t4 wr IrtMhl . ihnirtff)i mt ilfltl
iitrmltn, Aihl tinjUi Mm Unl R.frn by 0 M.
Mwtr4l ..( JcmT OhU It rirhnnc for it ulnef
lM ifiiilMti iHiti4. iinttfM('t ttnyt.1 t'in( No.
till, ulil Mllp Uinj i.l Ma irtAtl Ii4 pffffit
rum tth l)U n"t tif piirtluwr fnr
' J. M Mr)NAHMAr,
Or n Alwny tt MHtm
IAONHA I.IA'I.V, AKtlwfis
MOIITOAOIUIS NOTICIt OF T'OHItCLO
ure jh.I !
tn rtidrHe wild H tytt ut l rthitn! In
rrtuln mfttU8f tnUy II K. N AKA KAl l' I
I INDt.M.'viNtW. ililfil lli -jh iUf ( NovimUr,
iPlfl.Aixt tftfrftfnl In I IUr if mi iMf 59 ihI f,
rtntlt M UrttUy (Uft (lit, MM ltuitlArti In
filtf IttfmetltMMr Mitl mltgAg f'f iitmlitl'in UALti,
i wli t nr ih imiii tMknwni llifff. fttut uinift Mkl
nr(liit IH H, t pul-llf! niKlUn l iht (miiIi
inl ftt lli Mlg Ml'lttlMIl UHtltil. Ml 111, frfl fliur
IIAV. Il.l dttiit- ol Jmir, A, I) I M... ftl If M ,h
ttniiilrll'1 In A mntiftt
I uiiiirr xinii.iiir9tnn m wi w v? i i mrni 14
kaAlitiniAmi HtfU. I hriMlnlii
I I INIH.MANN, M.t)an
'1 ti tiirinl4 In !! M t i.tiitit in Wdtttj in tl'
id liUml of KaiiaI. ni'l rnntUt nf . I trti I wo tr
c Uof Urd i(M.tlttt In Uty I'Mlfnt Nt. 4 M I
NiiVa. Ntlfiliit I n p4fCtU uf MM ilsltrtl
In Kny! I'Aititt 4frt'tNfl, W. C IAI1KK,
,Aut)rny tor 1 i,iinitiiiinn.
Ilonoliiliilli, MA) lt iMv 14144
IvyrOUTOADKU'H NOTICK OV SAMI,
11 .llfftlU. of M I'llIl.r.ll'S kit), tl,. mutt
Eter iiAmrtl In 11 rrrtmil lmln1iif uf riiflltt2i.
i.ilr'1 t-fl.rury,;. ,5a( wU by MOSI'.H MAHI,-
I.ONA, (.r HrsUit.if. filiti.1 d O.t.n, 10 m'hI M
rhllllpft (.. uri'Jfur l.rr.K.1 of Iht cmJiilMi u
uM iniHttM uJ twitnlnul In wit Id nm phymtnt
tlKftKif, I m tltrtlrl q tll, At mMic ititll.m, on
WKDM.SIMV, Um 17th ily of Jun, (19 J, l ti M.,
nt my iitlftrooin In llotiotutu. l) tluil ttrtmn lt nr
Imrrtl of IaikI Iiiii nt kaluaiipulii, hnIlM, in uM
iUnl ?r()iMi, Iwitirf Atmna 1 of Kul I'jiitnl Nu.
0,188, H C A J,H mufciitliiinnii rAi wmttt,
4nl l-ing lli Mm Itfrmiw4 toitvryrtt 10 mIiI M-m
Mliclt)iin liy iltvil uf II A Wtilfindtin of ttcont (n
I 117 i f I 1 I)
t. ti. wAijijrm.
r.l? tllO Il'Ollt.
agrjjatooon "lo honolulu public
iikiii', vi:ai .mui-ion,
I.AMII, I'OltK AND II SI I
Kfft f,ir four ih after Win iillnl, ly llrll Cole
man Client llry Air Kefriirrnilor. tiiuranleeil In
Verp lonjcr after iltlorry Ilia" fretli Idlleil metis. 'Co
Ik-JmiI al ny of M K. W.M.I.I'.K'h MAKKI'.IS and
On Kins Street.
itrf MUAT hOK SAL!'. ALL IAV. T
-JT '1 hanldna the puWic for untt fatort, I snhcil
runtinuanc of ih umr. O. J. WAl.t.KK.
pnnuLAK cash iiai.ii.
ON IRIDAY, JIJMi: fith.
Ar i a w at 1iirMMt(
oil) I anf,l al aiwitM
(ttattwar, Cl f Rt 1tritr,
1 rdi ftnxift, '
filVi ti I t-t".
IMtllnttt llairmt, Fit, Lit.
A I UI' III' IIOL'oHIOt.ll MJIl.tlltKi:
i.m.sN .1 f.firi.'r,
Buildings at Auc
I, ll-er S'jt fiHA rl and )i"
ll I'. AliAMS, A.uiWifM,
lur further OArticiilnrt. nitilre u(
it. . I II tlilllll
vr iv . 1 . rn'ii.tin.
LH'II. iIIm,N, tlotiiyfor,MrM8i(tc4.
Hunululti, Mv j, 1681, j;-5i
CnwHUf or Hum ai Union Krioo'if.
nKANCII 0!' ItURHKA MAHKHT,
lly Wsltr of If ik l.kitlUnry ih UUUlvr r4 Ot Ini4
rUf. i Hill m by Uk Afwllmt. H cnif Utnm,
On So (unfa ft, May UOth,
(l if ucWls, fiinm. !
P'ollowin Dcucfllicd UglUlingi:
I Hi On Sioty WWIm IliiiliUn rfnilUif of 1
room, mnI ml tln.H urt'l flouttit iih tvncu M
Rroov luinlr with li4Mii( nikI hr!nt, n. ronfftl
with lti.nlit Iron,
2 -H' Sil.lr J Mnrt it! OTUu fW yt
li'iOft, tWrd witli g.lntiU'st I Mo, K frm Ulu
lifect orir wll ItfAtesI, aM wlt tiipplUtl with Inm
'11.4 lOv tiulltlinrt
iVi-iiilng 1I1 LimAltlii Horn Ami Ittcl ecui
Mutinttil I'ltlmr font. '
Aft lltUtt(l !1 llif I Utt,
liat rrrrnllv mieneit Ihlt ntw
Marliel and it ie,areil lo ironi'lly fiirmth all uritert
llithoi Willis will conliini the camlijatcs
picsnlini; theniscltcs for confirmation at St.
Anilrcws I'ro-Catheilral at J r. M., tn-marrnn,
KorciKn news has crowtleil some local l'rets
matter into the Guide.
The Piriae Help a Supplement, Net a Sub.
sliiute aill be l'aior Cruxan't theme Sunday
lootviinj. la the evening, by appointment ol
the IliwaJian IloarJ, Kcv, S, f. ilithop will
pi each the annual home tnistiootry set moo.
The Hcthtl cer;iTjatlon will unite with that of
Koil-Stitrt, All are invut'l.
Alenlioo tt called to an Important article
on the Russia-Asia Question on the first page.
Also to the caccrpu on the lourlh page a
future lo be cootinusxL-
The new musical society hat the following
actirc ineinbcisi Mrs. J. li. Hanford and
.Misses i:. V. Hall and Ikrtl.a Von licit,
Alice Kcntun and Cotla Mist, sopranos;
Mrs. J, K. Jlruwn and Misses Mary Mcllrtdc,
Lula Moore, Marie Von Holt and fatty
KhoJet, altosj Messrs. T. R, Walker, Toni
May aiul W. II. tlaiid, tenor i Messrs. C M.
Cuole, A. T. Alkiiiuin, Kisd Whitney, T. M.
MaiVcyaiid C. II. White, bassos: Mr. J, W,
Vaindlcy, ntutical director.
The new society has already shown ability
lo do guoj wotk. It ha talent and taste.
ConscetiliiMis study will do much for its mem
bers, individually and collectively. The or.
CanUatiua has the t) inpathy and confidence of
a music loving community behind ll I aud we
trust itt future may I a long and prosperous
At the llethel-Unioo Church Ihe service.
will to-morrow be at follows t Sunday-Khrol
at 915 A. M. Services at II o'clock, with
pieachlng by Kev, K. C Oggi I, (he pattor,
on Man's I'onri with (SihI. In Ihe evening,
there wilt be a unl'in-tcrricc, of (he licthel
congregation with that of r'lrtt-Slfcel Chuich.
Mr. Alalia T. Atkinson at the tcimrtt of
somebody not named has compiled from the
Ijatcttc tevtial articles about the late Queen
Dowager Emma, which it published by Mrstrv
01 & Co., who tend ut i copy.
I'm IIohb Ciihllro,
Attention It calleil tn the new adtertisement
of Mr. II. llatber who has re-opened the
Saratoga House as a rust-class restaurant. Mr.
llatber, is thoroughly experienced in hit line of
business and will do everything in his power to
contribute to the comfoit of his guests.
Mr. John Nutt, the popular proprietor of
Ihe stote and tin are establishment at Xo. 8
Kahumanu stiect, has a new adreitiscment in
our columns to which we ins itt.- the attention
of (he trade. Mr. Noll's stock It in full lines
and selected w ith a view to keeping up with
The six-foot-two young man who went out
In Sunday's rain In his new whiir flannel suit,
Is now advertising for a thrcc-foot-aml-i-half
circus dwail who wants to buy secondilund
clothing. If this young man had been sensible,
instead of buying a white flannel suit, he wculd
hate gone to Mr. L. II. Kerr, Mcichint,
Tailor, No. ij Mctchant sticet, and ordered
one of those eh-gant suits of clothing which
"Kerr" makes at such reasonable prices aitd
which giicn satisfaction to cttry purchaser.
Give him a trial and you will be well suilid.
The "Elite Ice-Cream J'arlors" It now
rc-openol, In llisl-ch.t style, tn the new
building jutt elected al No. 85 Hold
street Ihe lotmer tite of the premises
dcttroscd b) lite. These rooms lute been
elegantly filled up wllh handsome papering,
gill mouldings, etc, by Mr. Henry Hail,
manager for the proprietors, Messrs. M. W,
McChesney . Son, and will afford a delightful
place of icsoit. There aie ttxieen private
boxes, handsomely furuitrd with maible-tnp
tables, pictuiet, minors, etc., ami in Ihe room
In ftuiit there wilt I a tempting ill.pl.iy uf
Confectionery, pastry, rakei, tic, together
with a clioicc selection of cuiiot airangcd in
eahinclt and glass show gases. The articles
tctvtil will Iw of Ihe Caest iuallty, at a firtti
clatt haket, roofccilourr, awl ice-cream maau.
facturer, hat jutt arrived ly itramer Alameda,
having been tpcially engaged lo give hit n
tonal attention, lo I hit department. A visit
will well repay any one for he time spent In
Intpccting these elegant pieinitca,
"What nt you up to r" inquired the nun of
the soul! toy, wliom he found digging at Ihe
entrance of a woodchuck'i hole, "I'm trying
lo dig out 1 wotxkhuck," ni the reply, TIm
"Cle.-irm' up?" replied the old .settler.
"1 Main t Den able to sec no sign o any
cleariti' up yit. It usety be, h'gosli, that
ey could go a little by the moon inmakin'
ycrcalt'l.iiinns 'bout things; but fur all
t'nc uc t'-,s moon U now fur that, ye
mow t jest a wall scoop the in'ards autcr
skim milk cheese, light a taller dip an
put it in it, an hang it up on a Hag'
pole. 1 ben sayin' along durin' this
damp spell, 'Wait till the moon
changes, an' this weather '11 flop roun'
with a jerk, an' we'll hev it dryer 'n a
temp'rance picnic, an' colder 'n an
icicle olT '11 the North t'ole. Wal, the
moon changed t' other day, but 'slid 'o
the weather fetchin' up with a short
jerk an' takin the back track, it just
tuck to rainin' all the harder, an' gives
mc a durn nice record for knowin a
thing or two. I tell jc, ti gosh, that
those gastromincrs that's a settiii' up
nights all over the country, pokin' their
spyglasses round, drawin' bead on a
comet cv'ry little spell, an' a gossipin'
'bout what they imagin they've found
out, like a lot o' ole' women at a Tea
party, is a piayin' hob with things in this
tnaundane spear. 'For we knowd' that
they was mountains on the moon things
worked all right. N'c know'd jist w'en to
'spect wet weather an' we'll we wan
gointcr hey a drout; we'n to go n fishin'
an' w'en to kill our pigs.g Hut now we're
gittin' too smart, an' we don't know
nothin'. Twon't s'priie me a durn bit to
wake up some fine mornin' an' find
csr) thing drowned out, or burned up,
or knocked piwlc-jec-wang by a comet
gettin' on its ear. 'Twon't, b'gosol"
"Yes," said a noted detective, "I
have seen a great many queer things in
my cxtierience." "Discovered a good
many gigantic frauds, 1 suppose?"
ventured an admirer, "Hut, between
you and I, the most complete piece of
(lcccqtton I eer saw was a women,
young and pretty, I could have sworn
he was an angle." "Hut she wasn't?"
"I should say not. She has the temper
of a wirlwind, and wien she gets mad
the vciy earth seems.lo. shake." "Good
gmciousl And how did you manage to
get down to her true character?' "Well,
I -ahem .the act is I married her. -I'hilaJtlph
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
. We Uike plcsivir In aniiouncinK that, In mJilitloii to
Olir CoNriVCTIOVKH ANII CAKB llt'INftS4, VtV uill
iPn on SATUKIIAV, APRIL asih, un
Which ha. t-n natly fil u lt ml the reiulre
menlo. uf our trule.
Our Ice crrnm will ltmlorMHerior iinnlit), inaJ
of ccnulne Cream fnin (he Wiwolawn Daikv with
whom we hve arraiv'ti lo utly u regularly1
with 1 hi re, cream, which hivin,: frniuently la-tcd,
enaU'ei us lo cuaraniro a firHH-liiiti article, of lie
crcan eoual lo thai nuule i any oCthrUrjie uiw
Ttie fallow in B varietuit of lie CftkAM ! Ict will
h furntiSeil t our ojKTtinif, nml atveral other vnriiie.
if our trade vull util tt.
VANII.UV, COKr KK C.LACF,
ORANC.K ANI S1UAWI1I.UKV
Tartle supplied any tlay ecrjtt SunIa. 'lhoc
Hithine Ice Cream for unday mut leae their older
on Saturday before 9 l. M, which will he delivered
before 10 A. M. Surlda. The creams will be packed
mi lhat they will Veep eight hour in a firtclat condi
lUping to receive a tltire of publTc jiutronage in this
line of our bumt. and thanUm; them for their liberal
favors in the pattt we remain, respectfully,
MELLER & HALBE,
343-304 ittty nrreet near .iKiAr.
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
(OI'IOslTK liODDS STAlllKV)
Horse StOfiin in all its IriMlus
(kuolniht pm fcwlmajd.lje iBanncr
lacing A Trattiag Hum a ipcltlty.
Ovr Kvrt Hit liatunabk.
'llij ulnuiMd, hs.MHt iwabt out lh toltitd U
W,'T7' ir" ,H IM lti lp, sslKiitatwiltau
us a ih. I.Uial avtrvntt U.iod no U Ui fan
Mr. J. W. McOiwaU r.c;ltd U kifUat
$4T lIufK uUa 14 (U hou an-1 rumd ai Own
MiRt Un dftud. . W, MtOONALU.
AfRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Street, Honolulu,
IMKlRTKR AH1.! DHALKK IN
lif AttichiHrtttf Oil tttttl terenoriem.
AtaFNT for rim
WHITKaJidlhc l.iuHTtKvfNlNO KkwHdmk Marhine.
Howard Machine Needier all ki'td
Cortlcell'i Silk, In all colors and tiitt I
llartioui's Linen Thread,
Clails's O. N. 1 . Machine Cotton.
Mme, Dime test's KdfabU Cut Piiper Patterns
Dealer in Kiruu.,
Ot)hsai4) SroKiiNU Oonus.
btilTi I'owdkk, Cam,
and Metallic; CAnraiiM.iu
h E HOSES E STOVES in all tint.
Sew Ins Machine. Lutlt and Gun-Kepatntij prompily
alt ended! a. G 403$ a
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
rltfl and U iiiem
U r ll chclt-ent 'tiahty of
nr.KF. vk.u MirnoN
I.AMII ANI POUK
I rpmi I'nMk' HAt'iAMf made dait))
HoifM.NA ANII Httxm A(tl I.IVri SAI Mfitrti
(a prclallty )
Ketttrcifully. 01.0. I). fUllKAKlU.K.
roreM MaiVel, 'Irlrptmnr No, 36s
kurtka Market 'Iclephoit Nu ill tw-54
1 1 a jui received jer Maria,
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
CaU ChrcMt. Kits .Salmon Hellien Cat QU
KetfS ramily Itecf, hal(oti 1'ilot Itiean
Ciackeri, I able lJtiin, Dtied Vach,
Dried ArKt, I 'nine, Ocrniea,
OiiHIiiilft CNmili IIoiMsy
Table Fruits, Jams and lellies, Famil) I lour,
Wheat, Corr.t f'otators, Onion. Candle.
OM Virginia Swoet mul Sour PicHni.
And many other articles Ion numerous la rtion,
hich will l.snll At pri(.estrMiit the lime 1. X-f I'atii
Onion gtiiramvcfl. (HAS. MUST ACT,,
lelephone 119. (34a3')) So. m KtncSirrrt
'las removed hiAtock from No 70 MOM,., S'l UI.I.T
No. 103 FORT STREET,
In the Store formeil) occupiedby Mrs. W.II.WIIldruon
where can be found A large and wrled assortment of
I2.i (I ent Ie men's and Children's
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
Alo, all sizes and si)Iesof
Laities' Fine French Kid Mutton llouls,
Ladies' Commou Sense, Slipitrt,
nentlemen's Embroidered Velvet Slipiien,
jfnilcmen's Dancing I'utups,
Uwn Tennis hoes ric.
At prices which defy competition.
f-iT New Importation lul received jer Alameda
N. V. BUKGESS,
OAttVESTKH AS It IlUIl.ltEK,
Respectfully annuunces to the puUic ihat
he Iw purchased the
Ilusines iccently coiulucied by Mr (J. M Lake al
No. 84 Kins strrtt. which will be under the manage
m nt of his mmi B. F. BUVGBSS.
'Iht Kaprcss will attend Ihe arrival ol every steamer
and promptly dclUer
kki:k;ht, packaok-s x daggau:,
In Honolulu and suinli),
Jr' U KNIT U KB Sc -MATSTOS
Moved ith care.
HI.; AI-SO, HAS TlMtCHASUD 1 UK
!l Ihe W'dotUn llulMirtf (ni Merchant stivM, Ut'ty
onuiit-d by the l'.ulfi, Loinwerclal Atttertlwffalsfil
ol Ihe lear m Mird roofrd ami litrfd with RaltrsnUrl
4 Hi- Winvlen lltiifdin( on (erchani Miei, Uily
oteiitited by Kawalnul Urns . adjoitdnf lho nw 'rli
tit 'lertns Coll ; pmhh Ihilldtf(s Ut ranioied
wiiblii i days frutnilay ifsle mtt all nihlhh Id Irt
tUafrd np ami tarf ed away,
i.xns a ,: :),
AT A.i;crio3M.- .-
Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stables.
Carriages for hire at all hour of h day uf nlhtt
Also. cune)4rKesuf all kinds for parties gwng around
RjtctlUnt Saddle Ilofsts for Ladita nnd Cn
I If me u, Uuarantctd Cauti.
jjuseaiwl siiiall luiinibus for4cnK and cnursion
iankstcarr)ini: (rom 10I0 40 sMsii(tr. cnala)
! seiurtd by avoecial rrargrmenM
Th Lony Branch Bathlnjc tloui can always
b stnuied for pkukor eacuruusi riMby ad)Mif
at the u(tk.
TitrrH'iai. No, 34.
Hfrti JAS. DODD, Proprietor.
Hfi GENUINE ARTICLE
COLUMIUA U1VKK SALMON
B11W, 1HH4 OaWIu
Jst rclvtd froia I'orttaiHl, Ortfon, Ly
CAS1LC ft COOKE
Tmm Flab can b rtlitrf upo at PJfat-CUs
NOTE HEADS, LETTER HEADS.
HILL HMJANUAlfcUr;(NI HFAIi
prbitad t4 dr by tha
PEESV FUNL1HHIN0 C0i)FANV
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
llusittM heretofore lcti bv Mr. I. W. Hiiulcv.
No 84 Klrtit stterl, wl Ivh will 1 Conduitett by hi
W. BUKUEbb. nJ lifre fvcrtliiuc in
KIILI.M (MM IOUIU1, Ol
the bn pfbMOkl.KS'
iliaiiVliii; the ituthc fur lust iasor and Ktiaraiilectuir
to iroin-tly eseruie a'J sfr In enlter line of liI
nss( at reasonable iha''fes would tfdfu,!y smIkU
d(Ar of public pinn,ca,
Otflr TrirfJiutir ,o itO
tlemltlritrr TrtrjtttUH ,V .1V
H4 KIhii Street, Honolulu,
Nil. 86KisuSr., HuKotuu', II. I,
peatical mm AVD HAS um
Ooppor and Sheot Iron Worker
KANOKS, TINWAKi:, F.u.
tfJT AM work uiautcej and all orders (m full)
altendadlg, J'Uasa lae order on th Ut
.liiMt 3T )il v n 1
Uiicrt niiilsllijii uf
Villa HwHasun'a Now Crop
Henry May & Co.,
ox irifoxicsihti, wxi: ;m,
At too'tlota A.li.t at the
RcHidcncc of E. G. WALLER,
No, SJOIl IClim MlitKil,
We ltl ull lli. rntiif
IIouEohold Furnituro and Effects,
V fiiillier'trliciilurs TrxIMsand Iilr Cajxri.
,1'O.V.S .t l.l'.VI'.Y,
OKTCAGER'S NOflCU OP SALE.
M TORT BfXSUL T,
lly slirVttif.it r, MAHV K. I.UWHUS. the nioit
aAutt named ir a certain mrtttas;e made by SAM L" hi.
kl.KINI gnardl.-iil nf Alfred and Mel Knueru. of
Honolulu, Isbind of Oahu. to said Mary K. Iewers,
dated I:emier jl, 1&80, reoirded In thti iHTwarf the
uei'irar ot cot.ejaJn.es tn i,ncr oo, pace 01, we are
limrucied to sell, at public auction, onSAJLHIMY.
JUNK ffu. 1BB5, at our faleroun, at is rxvi, the
nroocttr siteciftrd in aul ttmrtsilt as follow, const!
inic of twn vari,eU of land. I iri jurtil Iwtnjf srtuattd
on Fori street, in lot'tutu. ami lemc P-irt of the lain,
desalted in Ko)itl 1 'at nit 1(13. I'arccl two bems
bind al Hamohamo, H'iUi!, area jij-iioof an acre,
dM.rilcd In Royal I'ate-M 443a to Kahue,
lermsCasli. heeds t cxi'cnsebf purchaser For
further jwiiuitara eniiire of
II,I.JAA1 K. .U.-li,
Or 10 Attorney for M orttjacee.
LYONS & I.F.VKV, Atalionecra.
ORTGAGCB'S NOTICE OP SALE.
of S. M DAMON, the inort(;aj;e
nn moitcase made by AIOM'.S KU
ktieolte, KooUupuko, Island of Oahu,
Ilv direction of S.
named in a certain 1
MAI.AI.. of KatieoU. KooUuuukc
to said IS. M. lamun. of Honolulu, dated Mav-trj. i85j.
returned 111 un t-jnee 01 wc rcjfitirar 0 .Mivc)Nnces
in booV. 76, jacs 7a and n, e are instructed to sell at
public auction, on SA I UU DAY, MAY yrfh, at our
salesroom, al 1 U,, the proptity icified Mi said murt
gae as fotliw
btltnie In Fau, Kaneuha aforesaid, and being Apart
ft dcKrtbed In K. )'. tft), I- C A juif granted lo
James Mahotie), i-onlaintnf it 7-10 acres, n this of
tenants licinn: rcserteift
tar For further tartKulars hviuiro of
k. V, AUbIIN,
Or lo Attorney ror.Mirtaee.
LYONS A LLVIIY, Auctioneers.
lUfORTGAGBE'S N OTIC II OP SALE
llyilffvuloiiof STKl'llhN Sl'KNCKU, tb murt
itKcee namert in a cettaln murtjeae nude by KAHAU
M.NU, L of Moanatua, Island of Oahu ta said
NefJieu .Spenif-f dattd 16 Mayt 1S7II, recorded In the
office of ihe Kesuirar uf Ctmejames, in Llltr jj.oi
folios 103 and 104, se are fnurucltd loaelbai ublc
auukm, on SAI UK DAY. lw ijihiUyof June, lUt
At(our valesroimt at la noon, ihe procrty secihcd til
uid moitaue as follows, cunsiuinit of all iImm certain
lrcmik in Moan-ilua. Ulatvi of Oahu, aforesaid, con
lalning an area ofa'-iViro acres, desuibed in Koal
Patent No. 4y, Also, all thai ictialn t'iece of land in
I'ualto. Laliaina, Island of Maul, Containing1 1 njti and
J4 perches, ilescnbcu lit Koyal latent ?ia. 3S34t
terms Lath. Dtedsat esteusaif purvhaser.
lurtner larticuiars eiwiuire 01
J M MOKStXKAr,
Or to Atitruy for Mortgaaee.
LYONS A l.fcVKY, Auctioneers.
lUrORTGAGEBS NOTICE OF MALE.
HydittuionorhlhlMlKN M'hNCI.U, ih. inon
gacee named luaicrtain mortiiftie made by KArO,
., and KAHIKI, L, her Tiu.U.kVV WaUhole,
Isbml of Oahu, to said Stephen SpriKef, dated ivth
da of Nuvciolarr, 1873. rnvdein th utfK of th
UtjUlrarof Come)ant,tftiri Ls-"cr jV'w 'MM l
follow. N mated in ww WaialtoW and tnsiMlof;
and ia, we art Inputted to sell, at public anciion, on
i UK I AY. U.e nthiLivrJ lune. al our saJesrooin.
a 11 noon, thproiriy sitihed n said ntKigtt as
MIVKI'AY, Uit ijihtUyc J
oon, thinriy si-etih
ii St mated in aM Wi
of ihe following itarcels uf land, sia t t-'len Taru
l.-..t I L ..11 f .. ....I
I diiiiu iimj fuia. Him j r-is mLwr'i iiw. VsuiKHt
iily described in KoAaJ I'aicia No. I?4W Naeole,
k., Ih father of said Kainfo. t 'wu lao 1 'at this
and KuU, arrt cl-liof an acre, more wrtkulaily
sletrrtbrd tn Koyal Fa I CM No. 1091 loMalule, w., L
motbtr of said Kanieo, w.
rerms Cash. Drrds et cm t4 purchaser, For
J M. MONHAKKAT,
Or la Ailorncy for Moncattee
LYONS ft l.VVLY Actimieers,
y .. i.,,,
ENNHR . Co.,
lla,vt r.-oj'.a.J iilMuUsian4 No.pi I'd ttrtri.
wllh 11 new uiil taitfulljr mUci1 slots, of
Cold Chtvlsa and CutwiU,
Slocvfj Buttoat, atitia, ac,
LJits wouU ila tll lo ell mvJ .i.taJiM stf stst o(
HmtUtt, ItroudMt, lskais ATi.tf tc,
whklt irtr .ftfwcullr sclvvliil Ig suit III.
KUKUl AND SHELL JEWVLRY
11 iwl. Iord,
111. tpltbi( Uansll of (M.I Lualltm Wf HglarU ,1 WI
tMSwrlMII MM, W.1 til )L. MltulllO)tUUJ
k.aniii41it t mMi suai) ta fn.
(X ssyitss,littja'lMtttHi'Jf. paitUwJ.r ,11,4
)tuf tt U1 la Klm'.nJIJS.s.i bsMlV.
sHlr IsUmsk 9i
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