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TWO BOYS WtiRfl SOARED.
CHASE AFTER BRUETT AND
ITS FUNNY RESULT.
Captain Schlemmer Pursues Two Scared
Urchins Who Were Getting
Greens for a Luau.
Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock a
telephone message was received at the
station house from Mr. Silva of the
Enterprise dairy saying lie believed he
had seen Uructt, with the aid of field
glasses, on the upper end of his ranch.
Captain Schlemmer and Lieutenant
Kahookano were detailed to capture
the escape if possible.
When they arrived at the ranch they
were told by Silva that he had dis
covered a small man near the ridge of
the mountain spur forming the northern
boundary of his premises "From the
descriptions I have read of lHuctt,"
said Mr. Silva, "I am inclined to be
lieve it was he. As far as 1 could make
out with mv ulass he was a man of
slight stature and seemed to be in
hiding among the bushes, or at least
he kept partially concealed therein."
It was at once decided to search the
mountain spur, and the two officers,
accompanied by Mr. Silva, who acted
as guide, proceeded on horseback up
the hill. When the boundary fence
was reached, they continued the ascent
on foot to the place where Silva had
seen the unknown. No one was found,
and Captain Schlemmer went on alone
to the top of the ridge and took a look
around. After reaching the divide, he
had proceeded about half a mile to
ward the central range, when he sud
denly discovered two men, some 200
yards ahead, running mauka.
Schlemmer gave chase and called to
the fugitives to stop as he was a police
officer. As they continued he fired a
shot over their heads. One stopped
immediately; the other increased his
pace and disappeared in the bush.
"When I got to him, " said the
Captain, "I found I had captured a
white boy of about fifteen years of age.
I asked him what he was doing there
and why he ran. '0 policeman,' says
he, 'don't kill me; please djn't; I did'nt
"I asked the boy who was the man
with him, and he said it was only a
half white boy 17 years old, whose
name he didn't know. I asked him if
he had seen any white men and he
said 'no, there were only some of the
Kamehameha School .boys up there
gathering greens for a luau.' He said
the half-white boy who had escaped
had told him there was trouble up
there and that the mountain was tabu,
and that was the reason he had run
"I, of course, made no arrest and
returned to town shortly after. Silva
told me that he had seen a tall white
man the day before at about the same
place, when he was looking for his
cattle with the field glass."
Expert Work of Company D With the
Last night Company D, battery, held
gun drill in the large shed at the bar
racks. The entire force, turned out.
The drill lasted several hours and was
participated in by four gun's crews of
sixteen men each.
For the short time the men have
been under practice a most creditable
display was made and the celerity
which they showed in handling the big
field pieces was favorably commented
upon by the visitors present.
Each crew was given half an hour's
practice alternately. The movements
were all promptly executed, and during
the exercise of loading and firing, which
was accomplished with dummies and
primers, the men showed they knew
how to stand at their guns like old
hands and discharged the primers in a
rapidly suggestive manner.
Among those present were noticed
members of the Executive and Advisory
Councils, and Colonel J. H Soper and
AN ATTORNEY'S TROUBLE.
He May be Disbarred for Helping
Client to Escape.
A rule to show cause why he should
not be disbarred has been issued and
served on A. G. Correa, an attorney
practising law before the lower courts;
the rule alleges that respondent had
assisted in the skipping away of Maria
J. Ramos to evade the order of Court
requiring her to show cause why she is
not in c mtempt of Court. The rule
against the Attorney will come up be
fore Judge Cooper on Monday morn
inc at the opening of the term. Attor
nev General for the rule. Mrs. Ramos
fled on the bark Hilo.
Sam Parker Lien Suits
Correia vs. Antone.
In the three cases brought against
ex-Minister Samuel barker, to secure
payment for materials furnished, under
mechanic's liens, viz: by Lewers &
Cooke, F. Wilhelm and E. C. Rowe,
agreements lo wave trial by jury were
filed. These agreements were at the
instance of plaintiffs, the defendant
having failed to file any answer as re
quired by law.
In the case of Sibino Correia vs. J
S. Antone.'the defendant has filed an
answer denying each and every allega
Hon of the complaint.
CIVIL AND CRIMINAL.
To-day's Proceedings in Judge Foster';
Ah Loo and Ah Sick were found
not guilty of having opium in possess
Kala was sentenced for an assault
and battery, to imprisonment for 30
days and costs.
vaiti WrTTr'rii-Yi-Y r V-
Several Chinese cases were re
manded to various dates, M. Kahancli
charged with conducting a lottery was
remanded until next Monday.
The case against J. W. Luning for
obstructing and perverting the course
of justice by assuming to bean officer
of the Customs department was tried.
Judgment reserved until Monday next.
W. Richards, alias Rich was found
guilty of an assault and battery on
Afan and was given 30 days with $5
costs. Kaui and Akana in the same
case were fined $25 each and costs.
Kahana Liilii was fined $4 and costs
for assault and battery, and a similar
cose againsi Waka was nolle prosscd.
Kilikoi and Waha were fined $2 and
$6 respectively and costs for drunk
enness. A BARMECIDE FEAST.
Commissioner Blount and the Pig he
A few days ago Commissioner Blount
gave thanks for a repast he was not
allowed to enjoy, and a diplomatic
smile still ripples over the stern fea
tures of the American envoy whenever
he happens to recall the circumstance.
The Commissioner has received all
"soils and conditions of people" since his
arrival with engaging affability, and the
otlur day when a dignified white apron
ed servitorappeared with a glorious roast
pig upon an exceeding large platter,
for Mrs. Illount, the Commissioner
smiled, ordered it to his kitchen and
returned a well worded note of thanks
hich the servant carried to the donor.
"Ah," may have sighed the Com
missioner, "1 long forthe dinner hour to
arrive; I am surfeiting on hotel fare and
that everlasting fruit pie," and he
turned away to read a two hundred
age memorial from a leading royalist
giving as many reasons why the United
States should not annex Hawaii.
When the donor of that noble roast
pig received commissioner mounts
note he tore his hair from grief and
swore with great precision. The tele
phone message had mispronounced the
a me where the pig was to he sent, and
ortuguese wedding was without its
I he white-aproned servitor was again
called, and in a stealthy manner he
reached the pantry window of Snow
Cttaire, and hied him away with both
pig and platter.
When Conimisstontr mount went to
dine the servants set before him the
familiar hotel dishes and a piece of
that eternal pic. "I wonder," said he,
with another sigh, as he gized plain
tively at the Steward, "if this diploma
tic deception will never cease?"
At a late hour the Portuguese wed
ding was properly garnished with pig.
A DRAWN BATTLE.
Street Mill Between Antone Rosa and
At 1:30 p.m. there was an un
scientific set to without gloves between
George Markham and Antone Rosa.
It appears that Rosa accused Markham
of being a liar. At the time both were
tandmg in front of Cunhas saloon
Markham thereupon invited him to
stand off and fight it out. They both
came off second best, neither being
hurt. No charges were preferred.
Harvey Wickes and Edward 15. Her
an of the U. S. S. Huston, having
broken liberty, were arrested this morn
mg near JJrewer s whari. liutn were
howling drunk and when taken to the
station house made a determined fight
to keep the officers from searching
them. It took half a dozen policemen
to put them in cells. A reward of $10
head is out for their return aboard
ship as there is for John Uignell,
Shot Himself by Accident.
A Uunaman-Jamc m this morning
from Kaneohe with the left side of his
face bidly torn by small shot. He had
been hunting rice birds and when rais
ing his gun from a trailing position the
hammer caught in his blouse and was
released from its check, causing the
weapon to go off. Most of the shot
were picked out and the Celestial will
Cited for Contempt.
In the case of Ramos vs. Ramos
which has been going on for some
time for divorce, Mrs. Ramos was yes
terday cited to appear and show cause
why she should not be punished for
contempt for not obeying an order of
the court. As she could not be found
on motion of her attorney time for the
hearing was extended to 10:10 o'clock
To be Deported.
The escaped sailor named Maguire,
who was captured at Wylhe street
bridge a few days ago, will be shipped
out of the country under the law of
1892, relating to undesirable residents,
He will probably be sent on the bark
entinc v. n. uimonu, trom which
vessel be deserted, or upon the next
available outward-bound ship.
The company of sharpshooters tin
der Captain Ividwell, will begin practice
this afternoon at the Hawaiian Rifle
ssociation's ranee. Th? new members
will shoot at 200 yards and the experi
enced men at 500 yards respectively
Hereafter a regular weekly practice will
be held on Saturday afternoons.
In the case of George Dillingham
vs the Hawaiian Government an appeal
from a judgment against the govern
ment for $1000 damages fur injuries
sustained by falling into an excavation
in the public streets, the Supreme Court
has overruled the exception taken and
sustains the verdict.
Dr. Cooper Appointed.
Dr. Cooper lately of Kau, Hawa
has been appointed Physician of the
Receiving Station and Prison, vice
Dr. F. L. Miner, resigned.
Miff flAWAJJAST SHAM, 8&WttiDM', ATTIFL
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Organ dedication this evening at the
Central Union Church.
A bus went up on the Kinau yester-
ay for use on the volcano road.
The Hawaiis and the Crescents met
on the diamond field at 3:30 is after
noon. The steamers Mokolit and Waima-
alo arnvud this morning from island
The May term of the circuit court,
Cooper, Judge, will open Monday
is quite a marked demand
Slates for Hawaiian postage
The Jail r . f Waialua District, Oahu,
has been discharged. His successor
will be appointed in a few days.
Some of the trees in the govern
ment yard have been trimmed back
very close lo destroy the blight.
Lieutenant Harry II. Stileman II. D.
M. S. Hyacinth will lead the Gospel
service at the Y. M. C. A., Sunday
Quite a number of native annexation
ists are coming from the other islands
to offset the work of the Patriotic
A general convention of the Ha
waiian Patriotic League will open up
on .Monday morning, Delegates are
arriving from the other islands.
The old buildings belonging to the
government, situated at the barracks,
were sold at auction last Friday, to a
Chinaman for the sum .f $385.
I'he Japanese agent for introducing
ci al from his country on these islands
is still in the city but has made no ar
rangements to that end up to this time.
Some ornamental work and worth
less stones belonging to Kalakaua's
crown were found the other day among
the barricade bags vf sand in the base
ment of the palace.
llandmaster Uerger will shortly oc
cupy the c.itt3ge on the barracks
grounds nearly opposite Palace Walk
gate. He will use the large lower floor
as a practice roum fi r the Hawaiian
Sr. Andrew's Cathedral : Sec
ond Congregation: 9:45 a m., morn
ing prayer with sermon; Venite, Maun
der in 1) flat; Te Deum, Kotzschmar in
F; ISencdictus, Langdon in F; anthem
Hear me when I call," by King Hall.
6:30 p.m., evensong with sermon; Mag
nificat, Freemantle in E flat; Nunc Dim-
ittis, Hayes in G; anthem, "If ye love
me, keep my commandments, by
Monk. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
All are cordially invited.
Ccntkal Union Church. Sunday
School at 0:4.; a.m.; Public Worship at
1 1 a m., and 7:30 p.m. Younc People's
society 01 cnrisuan iinucavor at 0:30,
Y. M. C. A. Sunday, 1 1 a.m, atOahu
Jail; 1:15 p.m., at the JSarracks: 3:10 p.m.
Uible study at Y. M. C. A.; 6:30 p.m.,
Gospel praise service at Y. M. C. A.
luesday, 7:30 p.m., prayer meeting.
Evangelistic meetings, conducted by
the Y. M. C. A., will be held in the
above hall on Saturday and Sunday at
7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints; Mililani Hall,
rear of Opera House. Services will
be held on Sunday as follows : 10 a.m
jiinie class; 11:15 a.m., and 7:30 P.M.,
preaching by hlder J. C. Clapp.
A Little Too Much.
EDITOR bi'AU : a triend ot mine
has picked up the following; it may
have been dropped by a tired tourist;
1 think it worth publishing.
"un l'octry ! wnat horrors are
enacted in thy name ! The cocoanut
trees of Wailciki are tingling to the
very tips of their leaves, the 'mango
checks' are blushing with shame, the
hnu trees shudder till the yellow flow
ers tan oil, the 'lisping wavelets are
fairly pouting like disgusted maidens;
even old Diamond Mead meditates
another volcanic outburst down its
beetling front,' whatever that may be,
and the whole thing will soon collapse
into chaos, unless the 'would-be crowd
of rhymesters are made to cease their
"Send Advertiser a waste-basket
put a prohibitive tax on rhymes; com
pel the pnetasteis not poi-tasters to
take out a license; bottle up the gush;
do something lo stop this demoralizing
Hitmcation ol slult. Oct annexed to
the literary world; this independent
poetical muddle is worse than the
political one. Then appoint a com
mission for the suppression of decayed
flowery literature Sweep up the rub
bish, give us a rest, and ltt some one
take lime to produce a little, just a
little of the genuine article."
Native I-ans and Island Curio in
great variety at THIS F.LIT1C ICECREAM
- 1 -nr. annual aiccur ; 01 tne Hawaiian
JL Coffee and I ua Co npany, will lie held
on THURSDAY, May 4!i, at 10 o'clock
A.M., in the chamber of Commerce Koom.
All stockholders are expected to lie present
to elect officers for the coming year, and to
listen to the Manager' Report.
WM, W. HALL,
29 3t Secretary 11. C. & T. Co.
Lime and Cement.
For Sam: at
T. T. WATERHOUSE'S
I Queen Street Stores.
Eton & Gunn
100 FORT STREET,
Below wc make mention of
some of our special bargnbs:
Ladies and Children's FAST
BLACK I-IOSK, at 28 cts.
Ladies and Children's FAST
BLACK HOSE, at 3 pairs
for $1.00 Special value.
Ladies' RIBBED UNDER-
VESTS at 15 cts. each.
Large variety of new TEN IS
Qualities in " P. D." COK
SETS, from $1.25 to $;$.50
All the LATEST STYLES in
received by every Steamer.
In KID GLOVES we call spe
cial attention to our DENT,
and STREET GLOVES,
at $1.75 a pair, in Kid and
In our Furnishing Goods De
partment, we can give you
the BEST UN LAUND
Fine Fitting, Finely Ma'de
CRAPE SI-HRTS includ
ing Neck-tie for $1.25. .
SILK SHIRTS in large va
riety. SILK PAJAMAS,
COTTON CRAPE PAJA
MAS, FLANNEL PAJAMAS,
at bedrock prices.
Special Value in LACE CUR
TAINS. In our House Furnishing De
plete stock of
Our stock of LACES and EM
BROIDERIES, is very
complete and prices low.
The following lines we call
special attention too, as they
must be sold.
Men's and Boys' SHOES.
'Men's, Hoys' and
Felt and Straw
BAGS and VA
These last lines we tire clos
ing out, not intending to carry
them any longer.
These Goods, you can Buy
at your own price.
EGAN & GUNN,
100 Eorl Street, llrewcr lllock.
fl&, ato.-AX VAGM.
lawaiis vs. km
A 1M1SSI N" t
Adnltn, 26 oenti.;
Children, 10 oeoti.
MRS. ANNA B. TTJ0KER,
Teachor of Piano.
RESIDENCE: Mr. V. Hopper's, King
Stieet, opposite the Palace
Mrs. Tuchi-r is an experienced teacher of
Piano, finl the result of her teaching have
lieen approved li) some of the most cultivated
musici.nts u( Loiidnn and Huston, Mass.
IJETIIK1. STREET: OPPOSITE
POST OFFICE. TELEPHONE:
237 "HELL" "MUTUAL" 305.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOIS.
HOOK AND COMMERCIAL
PRINTING, PAPER - RULING
AND P.OOK - 1MNDING.
U'V tH if
' $ P
Lowest CASH Prices!
Hard Times Mean Close Prices
To House Keepers.
If you are in need of any New or Stcond-
hand FUKNITURI'.. RUG.s, STOVES,
SEWINt; MACHINES, Fie, t ill at the
Furniture & Commission House,
Corner Nuuanu an.l King itri-Li.
With all the
Latest and Most Popular Airs !
Vocal and Instrumental, by the leading
and most celebrated Ait'sts.
YOUK CHOICE FOR 10 Cts
I I'roni y A.M. to g I'.M.,
at the Phonograph Muic Koom,', Thomas
I 1,1. 1. ,f.... ......... 1 v..........
1 and Hethcl streets.
C. STOIXKI.i:, Mamgcr.
OAHU RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
l'ROM AND A1TF.K o T. 1. 1S02.
A l A.M.
Leave Honolulu .( is' S 5
Arrive llonouliuli. .7.20" y 57
Ix-ave llonouhuli . . . 7 to 10.43
Arrive Honolulu . !:35" 11:55
I . M.
I . M.
PEARL CI IV LOCAL.
Arrive Pearl City
Leate Petri City. ..6:55 . .
Arrive Honolulu ... 7 :jo'
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only,
OCEAN TIME TABLE.
LOCAI I INK- S. .. AI'SIRAI.IA.
llnnohilti fm San I- rant ih ... llunulnlu for San Francisco.
May 17. May 24.
June 14. June 21.
rltkOUOH LINK SAN fRANCIBCO, HONOLULU,
SAMOA, AUCKLAND AND SYHNKY.
Arrive : Leave :
Honolulu fmSan Francisco, Honolulu for San francisco
For Sydney. From Sydney.
Mariposa, May 4. Monowal, May 4.
Monowal, tune I. Alameda, June t.
Alameda, June a6. Mariposa, Jure 29.
FOR YOKOHAMA AND HONGKONG.
Steamers for above ports will call at Hono
lulu on or about the following dates:
llelglc May tt.
China July 9.
Oceanic August 7.
China September 18.
Oceanic October 10.
Cbina November 27.
Oceanic December 25.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers for above ports will call at Ilono
lulu on their way from Hongkong and Yoko
hama on or about the following dates:
Oceanic May 7.
Gaelic May 29.
China , June 19.
Delgic v June 27.
Peru July 7.
Oceanic July 17.
Gaelic August 0.
City of Peking August 15.
Oceanic September 25.
China November 6.
Oceanic December 4.
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
Ii C J. I.yoilft.
1: 1 . 1 .
pm. j am. pm.
o.eo 7.30 1.305.346.33
0.90! t.10 8. o 6.305.336.33
0.40' f- o 8.15 7.10,5.336.33
t.aoj 9.30 8.30 8.1s s-3l'6.3
,lo 3. o 8.45 9. 05.316.34
pm. ' ant.
3.40' 3.3a 0.30 9.355.306.35
4.30 4.0 9.3010.105396.35
Full Moon on ihe 30th nt o li. 52 m. v. m.
T.iiip Whistle blow-, at ill. aflin. 14s l'1-!' of Huno-
ulu time, which is the same as till. urn. u.. of tlrceti-
IJy the Government Sun cy. I 'u hi i-lied e cry M unday
HAKOM. I II It HMO ,
O -! O
g. I 3
Sun . 16 30 05 ao 97 65
a I on . 17 3003 29.98 67
lues.! 18 10. 0 j 30.08 7
so 10 s 3
85 10-8 NB 0-4
75 6-3, NNK 4
73 5 EM 5
75 3 NB 3
Wed .19 30.04 30.00, 68
litu.. ao to. 00 10.04 60
IVi. . . iai wn 10.07 60
Sat .. 72 30. ti 30.04 71
Thursday, April 27.
Stmr Knala, Galian, from Waianae anil Wai
m sell Aloha, Dabcl, 14 days from San l'ran
m likt Win It Hume, llrigitan, 4 (days from
a e castle.
Schr Maiy K l'oster from Waimea.
l'RHUV, Apiil 28.
Stmr James Makec, Ilaglaml, from Kapaa.
Simi Iwalani, 1'rccinan, from Makaweh,
Slmr I.elina, Weisbarth, from Maui.
Schr Kauikeouli from Kohnla.
Vriuay, April, 21.
Maw bk Maun.i Ala, Smith, for I'ort Ttmni'd.
:m lik Sonoma, Anderson, lor San 1-ran.
Stun Kinau, Clarke, from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Knala, (!ahan, fur Kahuku.
Stmr James Makec, Ilnl.inil, for Kapaa.
Stmr Iwahui, Freeman, for Makaucli.
VESSELS IN PORT.
( I Ills l.i-t tloi-s ii4i iialiulc C oastvrs.)
N AVAL VKS.SKI.S.
U S S Adams, NeUon San l-'rancisco.
U S S. lloston. Day, llilo.
U S I-' S Mohican, Ludlow, San l rancisco.
II M S Ilyacinthe, May, KMiuiiuall.
II I J MS Auniwa, Io;o, 1 okoliauia.
MI'.KCII N I .MI'N.
m Mis likt Mornini! Star, (iarl.ind, Kusaie.
Am bkt Planter, Dow, San l-rancisco
llr schr Norma, Macmmric, Yokohama.
Am bk W II Dimond, Ntlsnn, San l'ran.
:in bk S li Wilder, (iriflilhs, San Fran.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, San Fran.
Am bkl Wm li Hume, lineman, Newcastle.
Am sch Alolia, Daliel, San I ran.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
GulkC, Wilcox, Liveipool. . . .Tuly 4
ni schr Lyman D Foster, Ncwc stle.Mar it
Ilk Amy Turner, 11-ston May 20
rm bkl Amelia, Port Townscnd Apr 12
llr S S llclgic, San Fran. (China) May 11
Am bk Alden Ilesse, San Fran. (Kali). Mar 30
llr sii iireta, iscwcastle Apr 10-2O
Am schr King Cyrus, Newcastle. . . Apr 25-30
llr S S Oceanic, San l'nn (CI ina) . .May it
Am bgt lltyani, San Francisco April 25
m bgt J D Spreckels, S F (Kali) . .April 20
Am - h Anna, S V (Kali) April 30
R M S S Mariposa, San l-'Jancisco . . . May 4
llr ship Gainsb,. rough, Newcastle June 5
Am bk Annie Johnson, S F (Hilo) May. . . to
llr bk R P Rithct, San Francisco May 9
Am bk Manila Davis, llisloa Dec 5-15
llr bkljil slock, Liveipool July 25 31
Ferns and Shells.
SKTS of Hawaiian Ferns and Land Shell
put up and cla.dlied by I). 1). Ilaldwin
In handy sites for I ouriMt, lur kale at
TIIOS. O. THRUM'S
Statioiuty and Hook Store,
106 Foil Street.
CHICKEN RANCH FOR SALE,
TIIOSI. deiirable premhe s'tuate in Ka
luaopalena, Kali hi, Oahu, belonging to
harks .ni, coniaininn a New Dwelline
lions,., Stable and Carriage House and Chick
C mii Mouse, and all the convenience for
rai-iny Chickens, mill be sold at Public Auc-
n. .n ihe auction room of Jas. F. Morgan,
MONDAY. May 1st, 1893, at 12 o'clock
in. Il will lie a good opportunity for a
man with mall capital to InvcM in a good
paying business. The location is one of the
most healthful 111 the country. For further
particulars, apply lo
1. ALFRED MAGOON.
28 td Next to Post Office.
AN active partner in a first clan retail bus
iness of ten years standi!. No nre-
vious knowledge required. The reason for
seeking a partner is to facilitate trade, which
can be largely increased.
Terms easy to ticht person. For further
particulars address K, r. U. box 35,
Duriim mv absence from the Islands. W.
E. I1HOWN. has full now-ci of attorney to
act in all matters concerning the COLUMBIA
ojcvv-ti AiiL.rsiY, ana collect and Re
ceive all sums of Money that are now or that
shall be due said Agency.
27 3t GEO. H. PARIS.
DUUINCi my absence from the Islands
Mr. I. M. Camara Ir. will act for m.
in all matters, under full power of attorney.
ANTONK ;. CUNIIA.
Honolulu, April 20, t8oj. a0 31
AVING n ade arrangements with the
Commissioner of Agriculture to enable
the public to obtain, with the least possible
iruuuie. me coinpounu lor UESTROYiNG THE
tll.iGltr, which is so prevalent now in and
around Honolulu, any person leaving an order
wnn us lor 41U9 01 Kosm, 2111s of Tallow and
Sulphate of Caustic Potash, will be furnished
with an order which, if presented at the Gov.
ernmcnt Nursery on King street, will enable
the liearer to obtain 5 Gallons of Compound,
ready mixed, I pint of which added to 1 '4
gallons of water, will make an effective Jlligh!
Buy a few gallons of liliclit Wash, and save
your valuable trees.
li. O. HALL A SON.
6tf Corner Fort and Kim: Streets.
The annual mcetinc of tliL- storkliolili-rs nf
the HAWAIIAN CONSTRUCTION CO..
Limited, will be held at the Office of the
Company, on FRIDAY, April 2S1I1, 1S03,
at 3 r.M.
V. M. GRAHAM,
5 -l1 Sccretar).
The undersigned havintr this dav been no-
pointed, Guardian of Rebecca I'a.iec Humcku,
also known as Rebecca Pancc Puuku, a spend
thrift, by order of the Honorable W. A. Whiting.
first ludge or the First Circuit Court, Island
of Oahu, notice is hereby given, that he will
not tie responsible lor any ileitis contractu! by
her, and all persons are hereby notified not to
give any credit to the said Rebecca Pancc
Dated Honolulu, April 14, 1K93.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Guardian of Rebecca Panee Humcku.
A Good Business Opportunity.
For sale: the MAUI SODA WORKS at
a bargain. A good chance for a live young
man. l or lull particulars, inquire of
E. A. JONES,
25 3t Corner Fort and Merchant Sis.
No. 1 Seaside, Residence, adjoining the
premises of C. Afong at Waikiki. There are
three distinct Cottages on the premises, all
furnished. Two with Cook-houses attached.
The grounds are extensive and well shaded.
Stables, Servants' (matters. Ilath-houses. fin
Unolistiucted views of sea or mountains.
Climate, perfect. Five minutes walk from the
No. 2 A Convenient Cottage on F.mnia
street, two doors Imm llerctania street, re
cently remodelled and repaired throughout.
For further particulars, inquire at the officeof
BRUCE & A.
NUTGROYF is standard bred and regis
tered, and is without doubt the best slock
horse in the country.
He is the finest looking, puie.t gaited and
most intelligent horse on the islands. His
colts are all remarkably handsome, combining
size with plenty of substance. I Ic has trotted
a mile in 2.32 as a four year old, and quarters
in 35 seconds. Nutgrove is veiy gentle, and
can be driven by a child.
Also, nine fine mares in foal to Nuigrove.
F'ur parliculais impure of
16 mi A. J. CARTWR1GHT.
IN the lump, 14 fine 4 and 5 years old Cali
fornia Mules. Thee mule are in on.td
condition to lie put lo hard work and can be
I. N, WRIGHT,
23 Honolulu, P. O. Ikix 452,
Two Nicely Furnished Rooms on llerctania
street, near Kiiinu. Apply at
27 If THIS OFFICE.
A gentle driving MARK, fit for family use,
with I'll AF.TON, 1IAKNF..SS, etc.. either
single or together.
Mare also broken to saddle.
Address, " PHAETON,".
13 if "Star" Office.
59 ami Ct Hotel Sikkkt.
Ixxlging by the day, week or month, 25 an
;o cents per night, $1 and $1.25 per week
.'umishe.1 01 unfuinUhed Cottages,