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THE HAWAIIAN STAR : MOtfDiVT, MAY M, 3SC8.SIX PAGJtS.
He Cannot Interfere in Our Domestic
Concerns But Will Piotcct
Honolulu, II. I., May 15th, 1893'
To the People of the Hawaiian
1 deem it proper now to publish the
following instructions under which I am
Department of State, 1
Washington, March 11, 1893,
The HonorahleJames II. Blount,
etc Sir: The situation ci cited in
the Hawaiian Islands by the recent de
position of Queen Liliuokalani and the
erection of a Provisional Government
demands the fullest consideration of
the President, and in order to obtain
trustworthy information on this subject,
as well as for the discharge of other
duties herein specified, he lias decided
to despatch you to the Hawaiian Isl
ands as his Special Commissioner ; in
which capacity you will herewith receive
a commission and also a letter whereby
the President accredits you to the
President of the Executive and Advi
sory Councils of the Hawaiian Islands.
The comprehensive, delicate and
confidential character of your mission
can now only be briefly outlined, the
details of its execution being necessaii
ly left in great measure to your good
judgment and wise discretion.
You will investigate and fully report
to the President all the facts you can
learn respecting the condition of affairs
in the Hawaiian Islands; the causes of
the revolution by which the Queen's
government was overthrown, the senti
ment of the people toward existing au
thority, and, in general, all that can ful
ly enlighten the President touching the
subject of your mission.
To enable you to fulfil this charge,
your authority in all matters touching
the relations of this government to the
existing or other government of the
Islands, and the protection of our citi
zens therein, is paramount and in you
alone, acting in co-operation with the
commander of the naval forces is
vested full discretion and power to de
termine when such forces should be
landed or withdrawn.
You are, however, authorized to
avail yourself of such aid and informa
tion as you may desire from the pres
ent Minister of the United States at
Honolulu, Mr. John L. Stevens, who
will continue until further notice to
perform the usual functions attaching
to his office, hot inconsistent with the
powers entrusted to you. An instruc
tion will be sent to Mr. Stevens direct
mg him to facilitate your presentation
to the head ot the Government upon
your arrival, and to render you all
The withdrawal from the Senate of
the recently signed Treaty of Annex
ation for re-examination by the Presi
dent, leaves its subject matter in abey
ance, and you are not charged with
any duty in respect thereto. It may
be well however for you to dispel any
possible misapprehension which its
withdrawal may have excited touching
the entire friendliness of the President
and the Government of the United
States towards the people tf the Ha
waiian Islands, or the earnest solicitude
here felt for their welfare, tranquility
Historical precedents, and the gen
eral course of the United States, au
thorize the employment of its armed
force in foreign territory for the securt
ty of the lives and property of Amer
ican citizens and for the suppression of
lawless and tumultuous acts threaten
ing them; and the powers conferred to
that end upon the representatives of
the United States are both necessary
and proper, subject always to the ex
ercise of a sound discretion in their
In the judgment of the President
your authority as well as that of the
commander of the Naval forces in Haw
aiian waters, should be and is limited,
in the use of physical force, to such
measures as are necessary to protect
the persons and propeity of our citizens;
and while abstaining from any manner
of interference with the domestic con
cerns of the Islands, you should indic
ate your willingness to interfere with
your friendly offices in the interest of
a peaceful settlement of troubles within
the limits of sound discretion.
Should it be necessary to land an
armed force upon Hawaiian territory
on occasions of popular disturbance
when the local authority may be un
able to give adequate protection to the
life and property of citizens of the
United States, the assent of such
authority should first be obtained, if i
can be done without prejudice to the
Your power in this regard should
not, however, be claimed to the exclu
sion of similar measures by the repre
sentatives of other powers for the pro
tection of the lives and property of
their citizens or subjects residing in the
While the United States claim no
right to interfere in the political or do
' mestic affairs, or in the internal con
flicts of the Hawaiian Islands, other
wise than as herein stated, or for the
purpose of maintaining any treaty or
other rights which they possess, thi
Government will adhere to its con
sistent and established policy in relation
to them, and it will not acquiesce in
domestic interference by other powers
The foregoing ueneral exposition o
the President's views will indicate the
safe courses within which your action
should be shaped and mark the limits
of your discretion in calling upon the
naval commander lor co-opcrauon
The United States revenue cutter
Rush is under orders to await you at
Sfnl'rancl.co and convey you to
A stenographic clerk will be detailed
to accompany you and remain subject
to your orders.
It is expected that you will use all
convenient despatch for the ful
filment of your mission as it is the
President s desire to have the results
before him at the earliest possible day.
llcsiucs the connected report you are
expected to furnish, you will, from
me to time, as occasion may offer,
correspond with the Secretary of State,
communicating information or soliciting
special instruction in such points as you
may deem necessary. In case of urgency
you may telegraph, either in plain text
or in the cypher of the Navy Depart
ment, through the kind olhccs of the
Admiral Commanding, which may be
sent to Mr. v. A. Cooper, United
States Despatch Agent at San Francisco,
to be transmitted thence.
Reposing the amplest confidence in
our ability and zeal for the realization
f the trust confided to you, 1 am, sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. Q. Gresham.
While I shall refrain from interfer
ence- between coniiicting torces ot
whatever nationality for supremacy.
will protect American citizens not
participating in such conflict.
James H. IIlount,
Special Commissioner of the United
States of America.
THE COUNCIL MEETING.
Presentation of the Weekly Financial
The Advisory and Executive Coun
cils met at 2 o'clock this afternoon
'here were present the Ministers,
'ounrilinan Tenny, Young, Nott, Mor
an, Wilder, lirown, McChcsney,
Waterhousc, Allen and Damon.
The regular weekly finance report
as read and adopted as follows:
1INANCIAI. STATEMENT 101! HIE WEEK
KNIlINO MAY 13, 1S93.
Cash on hand May
eceipts week, sale
of bonds $2,040 00
Ueccipts week, gen
eral revenue.... 10,205 23
en. expense! for week (10,000
T. notes paid) 33,014 39
Treasury nolcs. . . . $ri,ooo 00
M. U. ($10,000
borrowed by I
M. G.) 165,000 oo$2oG,ooo 00
rea..ury notes. . . . $y,000 00
M. O., treasury
notes 130,000 00 $139,000 00
I'OsTAL SAVINGS BANK MEMO.
Due Treasury from Postal Sav
ings Hank $37,521 30
otal note witmlrawals, 1'osla!
Saviniis Hank, to August I . . .
Total due depositors Postal Sav
ings Hank this date
Notices of withdrawals maturing
tins date not called lor. about
estimated Deps. this month
cess withdrawals over deposits
per past week
Cash on hand 1 S. 11. this day.
Kxt'ENScs Provisional Government
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment to date
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment during week
Section 2 Memo.
'aid to date Ann. Sect. 2, Ann.
Outstanding Hills, Sect. 2, App.
Memo. Cash in Treasury.
Silver in Treasury
to redeem Ctrl.
Sil $27S,ooo 00
Cert 3t.000 00 312,000 00
Koad Hoard l uiid in treasury.. 37,57" 93
School Hoard rund in Treasury. 202 00
Available as above 29,730 65
Tolal Cash in Treasury 379,509 58
The Finance Committee referred to
the statement of expenses of the
National Guard, showing them to be,
from January 14th to May 1st, 48,
935, of which the entire amount has
been paid, except sundry bills for
March ($3773) and April ($3353)-
1'he committee refused to grant Sgoo
over its estimate as requested by the
The act to appropriate $5000 for
incidentals in the Attorney-Oeneral s
department passed first reading.
lirown introduced an act relative to
stamping certificates of stock.
At 2:20 the Council went into exe
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
In the Machado case Judge Cooper
sentenced the defendant, who by jury
verdict Saturday was found guilty o
arceny, to eighteen months hard labor
and to pay a fine of $400.
The Case of Rcgina vs. Ah Lui and
Ah Young was nolle grossed by the
The Cartwright burglary case is on
trial this afternoon. Attorney-General
assists the prosecution and Attorney
Ashford appears for the prisoners o
Summer and A. Harris.
Muzzled I Forsooth!
That was a delicate tribute to th
imagination of the newspaper cor
respondents ,111 Honolulu winch was
aiven by a United States official in Ha
waii when he declared that they were the
only real agitators in the Islands. These
correspondents may have usetl a lull
extra color to uive piquancy to the
pen pictures, but they have done one
uood service they have let ncht into
number of dark places which the Hon
Qlulu newspapers dared not expose
With a muzzled press on the Islands
t . IT. I . .I a O a j r
ana a 100 mn y reticent ari-iny ,.
""L "7"' ,
b.mii(, u.., in "
nave uee-i smaii save iur tucsu nc
" agitators." Chronicle.
The sales of leases in Kohala and
Haiku Hilo, Hawaii and of the reser
voir lot on Nuicanu avenue. Honolulu,
will take place at 12 o'clock noon to
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
The band plays at Emma Square to
The was a Inree custom at Sans Souci
Six day's later coast mail by the
The Cricket Club will elect officers
at the Hawaiian hotel this evening at
James Kidwell will ship another ali
gnment of pine-apples by the next
The bicycle riders made a quick
circuit of the islands, having returned
A squad of sailors and marines from
the Adams came on shoie to attend
The Kameharnehas won the base
ball game Saturday from the Crescents
by a score of ten to live.
It is thought the next mail will bring
something definite about the appoint
ment cf Mr. Stevens' successor.
Attention is once more called to the
special meeting of the Myrtle Boat
Club to be held this evening.
There will be a benefit concert by
the Hawaiian National Band at the
Opera House next Saturday evening.
A six oared whale boat race look
place this afternoon between crews
from the men o'war Adams and Bos
ton. Saturday evening some of the many
friends of Postmaster General Oat gave
11m a birthday surprise party at his
The continuation of Mrs Weedon's
scholarly article on "A Day in a Roman
Mansion" appears on the interior pages
of to day's Star.
Advices are expected by the next
11stralia which will dtxide whether
the old royal band will undertake its
roposcd American tour.
An elaborate hula was given Satur
day night at a Waikiki resort at which
new cocoanut-oil divinity made her
I'he Advertiser Company has fin
ished its work with the surcharged
stamps. The issue aggregates 2,311,-
00 stamps worth $133,300.
A great deal of interest is being
shown in Hon. W. R. Castle's lecture
on his American experiences before the
M. C. A. to-morrow evening.
There was a meeting of the Execu
tive Committee of the Annexation
Club yesterday morning to arrange
some data for the use of Commissioner
Fred Wilhclm, the purser of the Mi-
kahala, died suddenly at his home in
this city, yesterday. Heart disease was
the cause. He left a mother, a widow
nd three children.
Ke Kumukanawai O America Hui-
puta" is a pamphlet of which 6000
neat copies have been issued in the
native dialect, giving the constitution of
the United States.
San Francisco papers erroneously
tated that the steamer China would
nit into Honolulu, with Adolph
Spreckels on board. The China left
by the direct route.
Miss A. Ii. Knapp recently gave a
talk on Hawaii before the Womans'
ress Association at S.ui Francisco,
which, the papers say, was critical of
'resident Cleveland s policy.
'here was a tug-of-war on Emma
street Saturday bitween a team rf
Hawauans and a mixed tram of f ortti-
gutse and natives. It was for a purse
of $60 and ended in a draw.
Hereafter Government employees
will work from 8:30 a. m. to 5 i m. and
a clerk in eacli office will be on duty
during the noon hour. On Saturdays
office hours will extend from b:$o a. m.
to 1 v. M.
I he W. C. I . U. meets to morrow at
lalf-past two in the parlors of the
Central Union Church. Dr. Andrews
will deliver an address on the Bi
chloride of Gold treatment. A cordial
welcome is extended.
At Lahaina last week a five-year-old
boy swallowed a mango seed. He still
lives, and Dr. Davidson has hopes of
saving him. The seed can be felt by
pressing against the walls of the
Robert Barnfield, the well-known
artist, who had lived in Honolulu eight
years and made many friends, died at
the Queen's Hospital Sunday. He was
a native of England, 38 years old.
His funeral took place from the Cathe
dral this afternoon.
Ex-Minister Colburn of Hawaii has
declared in favor of the restoration of
the Queen. He does not think the de
posed Queen had a fair deal. He now
says: " If the United States believes
in lair play it will reinstate our t itieen
and let the rebels srffer what they de
serve." The rebels are supposed to be
the present Provisional Cabinet. It is
presumed that Mr. Colburn would be
satisfied with the execution of the ring
leaders and the banishment of subor
dinates. If this can be done the Queen
will be restored to what Mr. Colburn
considers her rights. Call.
The Adipose Exception.
T . (h , b hQ f
work n the government offices it is
lurderstood there will be certain ix
,:. nin,i in ,1,,, r,c ,,r fn, ,
Iployecs. Adipose ijentlenien, like
Land Office Clerk Hod and Commis
- sioner Marsden arc npt supposed' to be
sprinters and cannot lie expected t
- grab their breakfasts and scoot down
'to Aliiolani liall by 8:30.
THE POLICE GODDESS.
Kenyon and Bush Safe Till To-morrow-Othcr
Samona a native Ikv was arrested
out at Wailua Sauiday for the murder
of l.uiu Let a Chinaman, and brought
to the police station this morning.
bamona run over ins victim with a
sugar cart at Halstend's plantation,
causing instant- death, on the 29th of
Robert Robinson on Maunakea
street and William Ringer and G.
Trask near the King street bridge, are
in for selling swipes. (
M. Mundoza a demented Chilean
is in for safe keeping.
W. Fnrohund left $2 with Judge
Foster for drunkenness.
The specifications for the charge for
uuei against j. c. Jvenyon auujoun e,.
Bush, arrested Saturday, ware pre
sented, and, by consent, the defend
ants were remanded until i:io i m.
to-morrow. Attorney Petersoti for
Kenyon, and Peterson and J. I.. Kaulu
kou for Bush.
Baron de Tuytl and D. C. B. Griffiths,
England; Mr. riggers, Hamburg, Ger
man; M. MKler and Charles Gold
schmid, Frankfurt, Germany; C. R.
Snowden, Philadelphia; ft. Heap,
London; Clay MacCauly, Tokfo; Sam.
P. Chillinasworth, Maui; C. B. Wells,
Maui; and Mr. and Mrs. R. Spaulding,
Kauai, are arrivals for the past week at
the Hawaiian Hotel
Thos. Wm. Gay, Kahoolawe; Otto
Ehlers, Deutschland; P. B. Ruchwaldy,
Yokohama; and J. R. Holt Jr., Ma
krtlia, were the arrivals at the Arlington
C. W. Ijiv and Lillian Matthews
l f nf iru.., Til ,rriH t tk
','' V V .?'
pjidii I'iniivp 1 u v 1 wppir 1
Chief Engineer E. A. Magee of the
,, , , , I
Prof. Max Kauffman has removed
from the l.uce cottage to the Green
cottage, and Mr. Liebenstein h keep.
ing house in the Windmill cottage at
this resort. Young Jim Flood and a
party and the Crocker-Guligs are
looked for next month.
c 1 t. v. - . : 1...
o iclui uiucrs iiuve uceu given uy 1
.Marshal Hitchcock regulating the dress
of the police while thev are on duty.
Flin fuloe r.rcrlha tl.n at, .In nl itm.
. lib .u.w ... ljv.. iu int. a. jftfc. ujir 1
(. . ,, l. .1... .,,! t,. .!,
uiiuiiuusiiuiamui uv, nu mi uit
Captain of the watch shall designate
whether white or dark trousers are to
be put on. The belt and club must be
worn on the outside of the coat and the
badge displayed on the left breast.
& 1 3 I
Stones From the Pali Summits.
A ,tnn,r r,f trw-n orr. nt M'nrl- r,t ihni
bb 7 ,, . V ,
Nuuanu pah throwing down the loose
rocks from the summit of the cliffs that
threatened- the lives of all who went
down the pass. Sentries are posted, So
that "travellers are in no danger while
the work is going on.
Fell on the Pall.
While a native was riding down the
koolau side of the Fall yesterday, car
rying a coffin, the girth of the saddle
broke, sending the man and his burden
to the ground. The coffin was broken
by the fall, and the horse ran away. It
is not known how the native rc.ched
home with the remnants of his load.
Horse Fell on Him
Harold M. Sewall returned on the
Clautline from Maui. He was the vie
lim i'f an accident while ascending
Haleakala, and is now nursing a bad
leg. His horse fell on him.
Gilbert and bullivans opera
Gondoliers, is to be given in the near
lutttre by local musical ameicurs k r
charitable objects at the Opera House.
'I'l.n r-U,,,!;,,,. Inimic tbn nn.v.c fr1.
J IIS. .IIIUUIIIS I.I 111 Wl IIV" J I.UII. I
TT,. r.,; r,C tl, hirtWnt. mMi..r.
f , , a a. -
in u j;iji uuipiuycu un uii; iiiiiii.-uj
plantation, uy inree nutivcsuii in wiuiii
have been apprehended and arrested
The amount secured was about $200
in silver coin.
Medicine of the Day
Intrinsic Merit Has Given
S A R SAPAR I LLA
Is Not this Evidence of What it Has
Done for Others
Sufficient to Inspire
It Will CURE YOU
Hobron, Newman & Co.
liOTSAM AND JBTSAJI.
DULL DAY ALONG THE CITY
The Sufiar PUet Still Due- No Vessels
and Hut Little Sugar Arrive
There are no vessels at the O. R. &
L. Co's wharf at present as Ewn plan
tation sugar has stopped on account f
temporary closing down of the mill.
Owing to the continued scarcity of
vessels the harlrar does not present a
very active appei ranee.
The schooner Liholiho is loading
100 tons coal for Hanamaulu plantation
at Pacific mail dock.
The Vancouver line steamer Mio
wera will, arrive in port en route to
British Columbia on June and.
I'he Gainsborough is! unloading coal
at the fojt of Fort Street.
The C. I). Bryant loads sugar at the
Oceanic wharf to day.
The Australia ill arrive Wednesday.
MONDAY, MAY 15.
Diamond Had, : 10 v. m. Weather
clear. Wind E N E,
Sunday. Mav 1.1.
m$, chanfrT kZi
Cm. . 1 1 ) : I". 1 .
mmrjames matee, ttagiand, from Waisnae.
Monday. Mav ic.
Stmr J A Cummins, Nelson, fur Koolau.
Stmt PHe, Peterson, for Makaweli.
Shnr Mokolii, McGregor, for Mololcai.
Stmt Waimanalo, Dudott, for Molokai
s,n" J" Mal.ee, Haelund, for Kapaa.
StmtC R Bishop, Le Claire, for Kilauea and
1 1 an a ici-
Schr Sarah and Eliza fot Koolau.
ncbr Waianae, fur Waianae.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kala, (iah.n, fKahuku ami Punaluu
at 9 a.m.
Am sch Liholiho, Berry, for Hanamaulu at
Stmr Waialeale, Smyth, for Lahaina, Kukui-
naeie ann nonokao at 9 a.m.
Stmr W G Hall, Simeraon, for Maul and
L Sl. , ,
IStmr Mlkahaln. I .hinr. far Knnal at e v m
I.,. .. ... J . ... J '
imr Liamnne, uaviet, lor .Maul at , u.m.
,j. m Vi.. ...rU,., r. , f.l
m,v i4h a Wi'dcman, J Gay and on, Mri
Krum Molokai, ptrtmr Mokolii, May 14
h pme, Kempt, Mrs uias Kahee,
iT J xr Tv T v i-V ,
Dairuin. Mrs 1 hflrnvtberirer. In N Iv kpnln
and liriiie, Miss L K Harrison, K Harrison
I'"m Maui, PCf Stmr U.HllllnC, MsV U
Glaus SurqckcK Mrs E K Wilder, W II
uirrA a t AiLi.n r c.t!- w u
well, R V Walhridee ami wife. R Ruebcnstcin.
C V (Jrcy, II Giles, Father Sylvester, Julia
I?n",IrsMar'il"cn- RH,Wc"!' ,I,7UBc1!:
F.l)m Kttu. ,.. fclmr Mik.Il!lI:,. .,
Col R C Snaliling and wife, Mr lllackbnll, Mr
lienson Mr Kilohana, Chong Hung and 43
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
Ex James Mnkee 1O47 hoes suear and 7
pug' machinery lor U Irwin iV Co from
Ex Mikahala 738 bags mgar from Kckaha
plan., 905 bags sugar from Hanamaulu plan.,
745 h-1Cs sugar from I.ihue plan., all for II
llackfeld & Co. 40 bags rice V I, 36 bags
nia Wing Mow Chan, I bull for I N Wrieht.
and 69 pkgs sundries.
Ex Claudinc 17S0 bacs sugar from I'aau-
hau plan., 1248 b.igs sug-ir from Ookala plan.,
S3g bags sugar from Reciprocity plan.,
lor O Irwin A: Co, 20S1
liaR' "'H" Hackfe'.d & Co from Kuk.iiau plan
13S sack potatoes Davis A: Co, 140 sack corn
9S sack potatoes, 06 hogs, 2 horses and 120
pkgs sundries lor various.
EXPORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
Per lik Ilesper (from Kahului) to San
.-incise,, with with 19,03s 1 ags sugar, 2,499,-
400 pounds, value ss.osi
VESSELS IN PORT.
U lilMOll, IWV, lillO.
I v ii 11 fl'iaiin, tiuitnii, o.lll 1 li4lls.lM.ti
M s 1 1 -.- c il ?. May, Esquhualt
M KKC1 1 A.TM KN.
lir bk (i.iinslnirougli, Mcl'hail, Newcastle.
Am Mis bkt Morning St .1, Cailanil, Kusaic
Haw lik "Mauiu Ala, hinilh, San l-ranciso.
itr sch Norm.), Macquarrie, Yokohama.
Am bkt Win R Hume, llrigmni, Nencasile.
Itr ship (ileu, (Jarland, Newcastle.
Am bkt Amelia, Ward, I'ort Hlakely.
Am lik C I) Urjant, San Francisco.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Ilk. Lnmona, Newcastle Overdue
rin schr King Cyrus, Newcastle Due
Itr hk K 1 Uithel, San Fian D11
Am lik Annie Johnson, S F (Hilo) Du
Am liktn S N Cistle, San Fran I hi
Am lik Allieit, San Fran Due
Am lirgln W G Irwin, San I'ran . . . .May 1;
.ni iik iik .Mr.iiuia, iepaiiuie nay... .May 15
i r igt iiucni iiatiii, nan rran May K
Australia, San Fran May 17
Ilk Amy Turner, Huston May 20
Am lig t'onsuelo, San Fran (Kali). . . .May 20
Am Mary vwnkieiuan, han rran..ilay 25
Miowera (to Victoria) May 25
Gaelic (in San Fran) May 29
Alameda (to San 1-ran) June I
Monowai (to Colonics) June 1
m hk S C Allen, San It n June I
Am liktne Irmgatd, San Fran "June 10
Am schr Alice l.ooke, San rran.
Stmr Miike Maru, Yokohama
. . .June 1
. . .June 1
. June 2
m Iik Forest ()ucen, S r (Kali)
im schr tiieiiilale, hurrka
.hi y 1
(Jcr II; (1 N Wilcox, I.ivetpool..
Unna (to ( hina) July 9
Am schr Ki ln Lewers, Pugct Sound .July 15
llr lik LaiKtock, Lietpool July 25
i'" ' .1 1 Muger, Hre.i en tict 1
lier l l Mill Iscnberg, Liverpool. ... .uv. 1
im Iik Marina lais, llosion th-r
"I'd llic IK'W st. rc in t to llullisli-r
ft). niir tid'urc June int. ifioj.
CHILDREN AND INFANTS'
Mats ajncl Bon nets.
iinini'iiKi' Variety al
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street - - Honolulu.
CII1LDRIINS' CAMBRIC HATS, all colon,
HATS, In delicate shades, Irom $1.75 upwards.
CHILDKENS' SILK HATS. POKES and BONNETS.
CIIILDKENS' LACE HATS and LEGHORN FLATS.
INFANTS' LACE BONNETS. Infants Muslin BONNETS front so cents and upwards.
SUN BONNETS in great variety at 15 cents and upwards
I jA.lt OI3 AHSOKT.MJONT
CHILDRI N'S WHITE PRESSES, neatly made at 6o, 75 cents and upwards.
CHILDREN'S Silk and Cashmere COATS and WRAPS. Infants' Complete outfit.
OAIIU RAILWAY k LAND CIVS
A.M. A V.
Leave Honolulu f:H' S 4
Arrivc Honouliuli . . 7 .20 0:57
Leave Iluiiouhuli . . .7:30 10.43
Arrive Honolulu. . Hijs 11:55
PEARL CirV LOCAL,
Arrive Pearl City
Leave Pearl City. . .0:55 . .
Arrive Honolulu. . .7:30
'Sundays enceuted. t Saturdays only. I Saturdays
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
By C. J. Lyons.
B ! S!
1 1 .so
5.40 su 5.3 0.28
10' It .30
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0. o o. 0.5. as 0.31
Full Moon on the 30th at o h. 5s in. r.M.
Tims Whistle blows at ih. aim. 34s. p.m. of Hono
lulu time, which is the same as ish. om. os. of Green
By the Government Survey. Published every Monday.
30 v 09 30.04 68
1 30 la 30,08 70
j ju. 1 5 30. 10 73
3 30.15 30.10 71
4 307 3o o 71
5 3005 JO.01 65
ft lo.l1 10., o 71
3 NE 3
2 NE , 5
4' NK 1 4
3 NK j 3
4 ENE 3-0
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamships will leave for and arrive from
San Francisco on the following dates, till the
close of 1893 :
From Honolulu 10
Australia May 24
Miowera May 25
From San F'ncisco
Australia. . . .May 17
Monowai June 1
Australia. . . .June 14
Alameda . . . .June 29
China July g
Gaelic May 29
Alameda June I
City Peking.. .June 6
China June iS
Australia. . . ..July 12
Mariposa July 27
Oceanic Aug 7
Australia Aug. 9
Monowai. . ..Aug. 22
Australia Sept 0
China Sept 18
jMamcda. . . .Sept 21
Australia Oct 4
Oceanic Oct 16
Marrposa Oct 19
Austral a Nov 1
Monow ai .... Nov 16
China Nov 27
Australia Dec 0
Alameda Dec 14
Oceanic. . . . t, Dec 25
Australia Jan 3
Australia June 21
Warrimoo. .. June 22
Itelgic June 27
Peru July 7
Oceanic July 17
Australia July 19
K10 Janeiro. ..July 25
Monowai July 27
aclic Auc o
City Peking.. Aug 16
Australia A.ig 10
Alameda Aug 24
Australia Sept 13
Mariposa Sept 21
Oceanic Spt 25
Australia Oct 11
Monawal Oct 19
China Nov fi
Australia Nov 8
Alameda Nov 16
Oceanic Dec 4
iustijlia Dec 6
Alameda. ... Dec. I.
City I'ckinii . . Ian 3
SATURDAY, MAY 13th,
At 3:30 p.m.
A 1 M I
Adults, 25 cents,
rpilK HKADt 'UAKTKKS OK TDK H
1 ecntise Committee ol the Annexation
Chili, coiner Foil anil Hotel streets, will lie
open fiom a a.m. to 513a r.M, ami from
r.M. iiniil 9 I' M.
All ilm-v i ing 10 sign the nicuiliershi
oil may 00 so dining thoM: houu.
KXI'.CUTIVK COM.M I'lTUK.
60 cents and upwaif.s; Lsce-ttlmnied MULL
No. 1 -Seaside Residence, adjoining the
premise, of C Afong at Waikiki. There ate
three distinct Cottages on the premises, all
furmsm-d Two with Cook houses attached.
The grounds are extensive and well shaded,
staples, servants' quarters, Ilalh -houses, etc.,
all e .iiiplete.
Unobstructed views of sea or mountains.
Climate, perfect. Five minutes walk from tin
No. 2 A Convenient Cottaee on Emma
street, two doors from lieretania street, re
cently remodelled and repaired throughout.
For further particulars, inquire at the ofliceof
BHUCIi A A. .1. GAHTWKIGHT.
NUTGUOVE is standard bred and regis
tered, and is without doubt the best stock
horse in the country.
He is the finest looking, purest gaited and
most intelligent horse on the islands. Ills
colls are all reinaikably handsome, combining
sue wiiii pieiuy 01 suusiance. lie lias trotted
a mile in 2.32 as n four year old, and qttaitcrs
in 35 seconds. Nutgrove is very gentle, and
can be driven by a child.
Also, nine tine mares in loal to Nutgrove.
For particulars inquire of
lG tm A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
SUGAR LOAF, SMOOTH CAYENNK.
Panama, Mexican and ltcrmuda Pine
Apple Sprouts and Plants. Mav be seen
growing on the parent stock at our Kalihi
fine apple itancli.
Prices reasonable; apply to
P G. CA.MAR1X0S,
31 mi Cal. Fruit Market.
AN active partner in a first class retail bus
iness of ten years standing. No pre
vious knowledge required. The reason for
seeking a partner is to facilitate trade, which
can be largely increased.
Terms easy to right person. For further
particulars address K, P. O. lio 35, Hono
lulu, 11. I. 23 tf
Two Nicely Furnished Rooms on Deretania
reel, near Fmma. Apply at
If THIS OFKICK.
aril Times Mean Close Prices
To House Keepers.
If you are in need of any New or Second
hand FUKNITUKF. RUGs, STOVES,
KWING MAUIINUS, Ftc, call at the
I X L
JL. JL3l. 1 1, I
urniture & Commission House,
Corner Nuuanu and King streets.
MRS. T110S. LAC k i Scllini Out her
largi stock of lirt-clav
SPORTING AND FANCY GOODS,
Sewing Machines, etc.
Ten per cent, 'off on all purchases of
ive Dollars or over; live per cent, t ff for ail
STORK TO UK IjKT JUXKim.
Por nsti'tiliit " :mcl
I Pneumatic Tire "Century"
Of the Latest Pattern.
Light Koadster, 1893 pattern.
Apply now to the Columbia Agent,.
GEO. H. PARIS.