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THE STAR LIBEL SUIT.
Gen. Hartwell's Able Argument on a
Demurrer A Diaoussion of
the Libel Law.
District Court Magistrate Foster this
afternoon took up the case of the Pro
visional Government vs. Dr. J. S. Mc
Grew, editor in chief of the Star,
for criminal libel preferred by
Edmund Norrie. Attorney Creighton
had a warrant issued by Deputy Mag
istrate W. Luther Wilcox last night
although he had to go two miles out to
Kalihi to get it. This attorney also
tried to persuade Judge Wilcox to
insist on a bond of $500. The
Judge refused the request and
Dr. McGrcw was permitted to go
on his own recognizance. The case
was called up for examination this
morning, but A. P. Peterson, Norrie's
attorney, failed to put in an appear
ance, and Creighton, Peterson's law
partner did not choose to conduct the
case on account of some personal rela
tions with Dr. McGrcw.
This afternoon the case was brought
up again and a demurrer entered by
Mr. Hartwell, Dr. McGrew's lawyer,
which was argued and submitted to the
magistrate, who announced that he
would give his decision Saturday mori
Mr. Hartwell demurred to the charge
on the ground that no libel was shown
He argued "that no inference could be
drawn from atiy of the language charged
as libellous of any malicious publica
tion of that 'which directly tends to
injure the fame, reputation or g od
name of Mr. Norrie 'and to bring
(him) into disgrace, abhorrence, odium,
hatred, contempt or ridicule,'" these
being the statutory requirements of a
"Malice or ill will alone, if any could
be shown, will not make a libel out of
an expression which is not libellous
It is absurd and trivial to say that any
man s fame, reputation or good name
would be, or ought to be, injured by
saying that he was in this saloon at the
time of the alleged row, and so of call
ing Norrie a 'Royalist hanger-on of the
Holomua. Is that a libel in the view
of this complainant?
" It all comes down to the words
that 'he got the contents of a spittoon!'
It is not stated that he got them in the
face. To say of a man that another
spat in his face and that there was the
end of the affair, might be libellous,
But to say that A spat upon B's shoes,
especially if there is no inference of
design on the contrary, of accident
is not libelling H. No libellous infer
ence can fairly be drawn from the words
" The Court now has to decide
whether the words are a libel or not
"To make out criminal libels on such
trivial, frivolous, absurd grounds, and set
courts and juries to work trying such
puerile matters would tend to reduce
the administration of justice itself to
"To obtain the issue uf warrants by
night for the arrest of gentlemen in
this city on such charges as this, shows
that the malice is all on the side of the
The counsel submitted it as a ques
tion of law that the charge be dis
missed. The spectators amounted to just six
teen, and of these fourteen were Royal
ists. Four reporters were detailed to
the prcceedings from the city press.
Hawaii in Politics.
The Hawaiian issue seems to be still
uppermost in American politics. At
the great Republican rally in the city
of Louisville May 10th, President
Clarkson spoke as follows, the audience
cheering to the echo: "As we begin
here to-day the march of victory in
1896, we have neither complaints nor
apologies nor explanations to make for
the defeat of last year. We have had
a Democratic President and Congress
for sixty days, and Cleveland has
hauled down the American flag where
Harrison and Republicans ran it up in
the name of liberty on the Sandwich
Fe Fl Fo Fum.
Percy Gardner is circulating a paper
for signatures, which is supposed to be
a petition to the British representative
here asking that H. 15. M. S. Hyacinth
be kept at this port as the lives and
property of the signers are in jeopar
dy. The list of s'gnatures is headed
by the auctioneer, L. J. Levey.
His Roses Stolen.
Some vandals got into Dr. Hyde's
premises, at present occupied by W. G
Weedon, Monday night, and cut all the
roses, which were intended for decora
tion. Mr. Weedon has a gun loaded
with small shot for the miscreants when
Veranda Chair Thieves.
Sneak thieves have been making
havoc with veranda chairs on Heretania
street. Doctor Wood mourns the loss
of a big rocker from his front porch
and A. V. Gear has also missed a chai
which he left out the other night.
Three pine-apples are exhibited in a
Merchant street window averaging nine
nounds in weight. They are of the
Porto Rico variety, of fifteen months
planting, being raised above the Electric
Light station in Nuuanu vauey.
NO BOYCOTT DEOLAKED.
Non-Annexation Merchants Deny a
With reference to the statement made
in an American paper that the mer
chants of Honolulu not affiliating with
the Annexation Club had been boy
cotted by that club and by the Govern
ment, the Stau interviewed the follow
ing prominent merchants, who arc not
charged with annexation tendencies:
Theo. H. Davies & Co. said through
Mr. Lillie, that while they considered
the Government somewhat arbitrary in
regard to the award of a certain military
clothing contract, they did not believe
any boycott had been declared on
them whatever by Annexationists gen
erally or by the Annexation Club. They
were satisfied with the trade they re
ceived from Annexationists and did
not believe there was any attempt on
the part of the public to discriminate
against them. T. 11. Davies in Eng-
and attended to all the political alfairs
of the house.
H. May and Company, through
1'hotnas May, said that they did not
be'ieve in any boycott whatever. It
was absurd. Their trade was equally
with annexationists and others, and
they had been treated just the same by
Annexation Club members whu were
their, customers as before, and none
had left them, although as a firm they
had not signed the roll.
S. Roth, through Mr. Waltner, said
that there was no boycott on him, that
there was a good trade from both
parties and no discrimination had been
made against him on account of not
signing the annexation roll.
N. S. bjchs who has not signed the
annexation rolls said that he had not
ost a sing'e annexationist customer
and, as to a boycott, it was all rot and
nut a word uf truth in it.
These are four of several re
tail firms in the city who have not come
oti'. as annexationists. 1 he other
firms were seen and expressed the
same opinnn. AH said that the boy
cott story was a pure fabrication.
THE DISTRIOT OOURT.
Proceedings To-day Before His Honor,
Judge Foster had fully recovered
fr.iin his yesterday's sickness when he
walked up to the bench this morning
and took a deep breath and the day's
transcript of business on hand.
Lee Sing, for assault and battery on
Ah Sing, May 19th, was the first cul
prit who jumped on the blind goddess'
scales this nn. ruing. Ten dollars and
costs were taxed oil Mr. Sing's pigtail
before he got away.
A. W. Walker will be examined on
the larceny case to-morrow.
J. Tinker did some slaughtering back
of his butcher shop May 6, if Health
Officer Sam Ku's testimony is correct,
and according to the rules of the
Board of Health, which its inspector,
C. 15. Reynolds, produced, he was ha
ble. Tinker put up a Kalakaua cart
wheel for this non observance of the
Sato, a young Jap, was trying a scrub
nag for a friend, one Slurataro, on Kurt
street last evening. Sato evidently
thought he could go like Tcnbrucck at
two-minute gait. Captain Schlcm
mer differed on this opinion and gath
ered in Sato, who was Sat on by the
magistrate to the extent of $5 this
Three deserters fr 'in the bark Amy
Turner were rushed in last night by the
police. They are adepts at fairy tales
and endeavor to int rest all listeners in
a story uf a castaway Norwegian boat
nd crew which was refused help by
them when three days out of New
York on this voyage.
THE HAMAKUA DROUGHT-
The Commissioner of Agriculture
Eeport Upon it.
Commissioner Marsdeii of the Bureau
of Agriculture opened up his office
bright and early this morning, after a
week's sojourn at Hamakua, Hawaii
where he has been investigating the
causes of drought and the rapid d
strur.tion of forests of that district.
I'he Commissioner is busy at work
on a report to the bureau, which meets
next week. It will attribute the dry
weather to the l".ss of trees.
Fences are being built in the district
to keep cattle from running over the
growing saplings on the elevated land.
Kahuku is much in need of a public
school. A second petition win ie sent
to the Hoard (if Education.
I'he racing fevir has broken out in
thib district and some have it badly.
Fhere will be a meet at Waialua on the
4th of July.
A Portuguese boy was thrown while
speeding a horse on the Kahuku ranch,
but was not badly hurt
The old church will by rebuilt if the
natives can be got to help, llii ugh the'
religious outlook among them is not
The Mormon church is solid for the
cx-Quien. The Hawaiian flag is tacked
up back of the pulpit.
Laia plant aion is about to put more
land under cultivation.
Ex Judge Kalmakee expects to be
forgiven and reinstated. His friends
ar getting up a petition in his behalf;
A good many names on it arc signed
in the same handwriting.
The kahunas ore doing such a good
business hereabouts as to suggest the
need of a stricter burial and post
A great deal of liquor has been sold
at Waialua. C.
THE WORK OF. A YEAR.
THE STRANGERS' FRIEND
Report of Its Charitable Undertakings -
Election of Officers for
The Ladies' Strangers' Friend Soci
ety gave a in st enjoyable concert and
reception last evening upon its forty
first anniversary at the Waikiki resi
dence of Robert Lewets. The pleasant
evening and the knowledge that a good
time was in store drew a large crowd.
The following programme of exercises
was carried out :
Miss l'fltmalee and Dr. Cordiero
Report of Secretary Mrs. S. M. Damon
Solo Mrs. Von Holt
String Quartette Solo Mrs. J. Brown
Refreshments were served in the
way made famous by the society, after
which the company adjourned home
ward. Following is the report of the Secre
tary, Mrs. Damon :
" The annual business meeting of
this Society was held May 4th and
itemized reports given of the work
done during th,e year.
On record for the year the Society
has supported eleven cases in the
Queen's Hospital ; by whole or partial
support, with lord, clothing, and by
payment of house rents, aided seven
teen families and seven individuals, and
eight individuals leaving these shores
have had their passage wholly or par
tially paid, the disbursements for these
cases mentioned amounting to nearly
one thousand dollars. Visiting com
mittees appointed have done faithful
work,f weekly visits having been made
upon beneficiaries of the Society; these
are of every class, religious belief and
On record fur the year, those assisted
by the society, have been the people
of twelve and more nationalities.
It will be remembered some two
years ago the Hon. C. R Bishop pres
ented the sum of five thousand dollars,
for the purpose of perpetuating to the
use of this society a bed in the Queen's
Hospital and as the society has always
some patient in the Hospital, there
has been the saving of the regular rate
for a patient of 75 cts. per day, amount
ing yearly, in a deduction from the
societies bills of two hundred and
seventy-three dollars. In addition to
this bed through the kin'dness of Mrs.
T. R. Foster, this society has been
favored with the occasional use when
vacant of the Fostei bed which is also
endowed, making a still further re
duction in expenses.
To Dr. Day the Society is indebted for
kind assistance rendered, in gratuitous
attentions to sick beneficiaries outside
of the hospital. Other physicians have
kindly offered assistance and stand
ready to help along the wurk. Also
during the year generous donations
h:.ve been received: from Mr. I . H.
Davies, $250; from Mr. Francis Jay,
$So; from Mrs. Rice and Mrs C. M.
Cooke, $50: an ther donation later
from Mrs. C. M. Cooke of $25; from
the Captain and Officers of the Mari
posa, $44; from Mr. Aubrey Robinson,
5; from Mrs. Knudsen, $20; from
fro'ii Mrs. II. Robinson, $10.
Thus, with the evtr increasing and
constant demand for aid, comes liberal
support from numerous sources, which
this society most gratefully acknnwl
edges, feeling always encouraged to go
forward in the gre.tt work.
Officers all re elected for the ensu
ing year are as follows:
President, Mrs. W. I-. Allen; first
vice-president, Mrs. Mcintosh; second
vice president, Mrs. 1. Hobron; sec
retary, Mrs. S. M. Damon; treasurer,
Mrs. E. W. Jordan; directress, Mrs. M.
Dowselt; auditor, Mrs. I. T. Water-
THE NATIVE JCULEANAS.
Minister Blount and J. E. Bush after
United States Minister U'.ount
investigating the landholdings of the
natives of these Islands. The kuleanas
held by them in 1855 amount to about
11,000 in number, but since then many
of the holdings have been alienated.
T. U. Mush is also looking after
statistics regarding the amount of land
held by natives and has r quested the
Surveyor-General t prepare him
tabulated statement uf V e- same.
Orders on the Commissioner of Agriculture
for Insecticide Wash in live gallon quan
lilies, can lie obtained at the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Lime and Cement
For Salt, at
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
flMIE IIKADOUAKTKUS OK THK K
.1. ecutivi! Committee of die Annexation
Club, coiner Fort ami Hotel streets, will 1
open from b a.m. lo 5:30 p.m. ami from
P.M. until 9 P.M.
All lliose wishing in siyn the meuilierslii
roll may do so iluting lliuse Hours.
The police are drilling with rifles.
The coasters are making quick
fl .evrnni it imv day to-day, and
very employee got his money too.
I'lte drum corps will meet at the
old armory on Queen street to-night
Cornu' Christ! day will be observed
on Thursday by services at the Cath
Luther Wilcox presided in the Dis
trict Court yesterday during Judge
Toe 1 nh of June races have been
called off, principally tn account of the
death of James Gay.
This naner contflitu foreign news up
to May 20th, received by the Discovery
which arrived this morning.
Yesterday was the first rainy 30th of
May which can be got tracK ot in the
Hawaiian weather recwrds.
Coast mail to-rnrrow. If the Mono-
wai arrives on time the Star will have
its usual complete abstract of foreign
Cuban centrifugal! lire quoted at
t -1 6 cents for 06 teiMt last, advices
from New York arriving to-day on the
Mr. Levey denies that he is anxious
to keep the Hyacinth here so as to
save his commissions from the sale of
seats to the "Gondolier." .
For the first time in the memory of
the oldest inhabitant the American
men-of wjr took no part in the Decor
ation day ceremonies yesterday.
A bill for $10 a has been presented
to the United States Government by
Colonel Van Werthen, the amount he
had to pay for shaving while razors
which he had sent to San Francisco to
be ground were detained- there in the
The Pujag of Rampoor called alone
on the ex-Queen yesterday, not permit
ting mere noblemen to enter the Pres
ence with him. He extended the as
surance of his distinguished sympathy,
but was still unable to understand how
revolution could have come about.
Medicine of the Day
Intrinsic Merit Has Given
Is Not this Evidence of What it lias
Done for Others Sufficient to Inspire
t Will CURE YOU
Hobron, Newman & Co.
WHOLESALE AGENTS, '
J. E. GOMES.
Manufacturing Jr.vi:i.i:u, and Im
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware ami
HAWAIIAN - SOUVENIRS.
409 I'u 1 1 Mrcet, Honolulu. 4.; 2tf
Hard Times Mean Close Prices
To House Keepers.
If vou are in ner.1 id .my New ur Second
hand n'UMTUKi:. RUtiS, STOVES
SEWIM! MAi'lUM.s, Etc., call at the
Furniture & Commission House
Corner Nuii.inu and King streets.
From Cultivated Trees, and put through the
proper process ol preparation, vu:
Picked when fully ripe, put tluoui!li tin
water test for unsuund berries, hand-pulped
and dried in the shaile in quantities tu suit
Every Seed guaranteed to produce a strong
healthy Tree, Willi proper management.
Apply for price and particulars to
S3 tf l'ohoiki, I'una, Hawat
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
THE STEAMER ALAMEDA
The Bark Discovery Arrives from the
Coast The hiiigard Leaves
Friday Other Items.
According to the shipping news
brought by the bark Discovery from
the Coast under date of May aoth, the
British steamer Miowera left Sydney
for Vancouver on May 1st. If that is
the case and no accident has befall n
the Vessel, she must hsve'passed Hono
lulu a week r tn re ago, and have
already arrived in American waters. It
may be, however, that she left Australia
later than the date specified. That is
the belief of the agents here.
The Navy Department, will detail
the Pensacola fur the use of the Nival
Reserve of California unless free wharf
privileges can be had for lur at San
Frincisco, in which case the Depart
ment will use the vessel as an enlist
ment ship, granting the Nav.il Reserve
the right to go on board and drill.
The Oceanic Steamship Company's
Steamship Alameda, Captain Morse,
docked at the Oceanic wharf at 3:45
o'cl ck this morning from the Colonies
for San Krancisco.
The barkentine lrmgard is taking on
9000 bans sugar this afternoon from the
steamers James Mukee and Waialeale.
The Captain expects to sail Friday
WEDNESDAY, May 31.
Diamomi Hkad, J : jo P.M. Weather
clouily. Wind liu,ht E N E.
Wehnkmj.vy, May 31.
S S Alameda, Morse, fr. m the Colonies.
Schr Mille Morris from Koolau.
Am bkt Discovery, McNeill, from San Fran.
aimr jnmes Makee, uagiami, irum Isnpno.
Stmr J A Cummins, Netlson, from Kool
Kaiulani. from Waiau
Wednesday, May 31.
Schr Ka Moi, for Paauilo, Hawaii.
Schr Sarah and Eliia fur Koolau.
Schr Mahinmlii, for Waialua,
Stmr Waialeale, Smythe, for Lahaina.
Stmr James Makee, Haglund, for Kapaa.
For San Francisco per Br S S (iaclic May
30 Lieut Ehlers, Lieut Eggcrs, M R Heaps,
Baron dc Tuyll, Dr Griffiths, Ur M E Gross
man and passengers in transit.
For Maui, per stmr Claudinc, May 30--J
W Kalua, Capt C Dudoil, and 30 on deck.
For Kauai, per simr Mikahala, May 30 A
L Johnson, R W T Purvis, C II Bishop, J A
Palmer, J Buckley, V A Itoyd, J A Campliell,
Mrs liosswell anil (laughter, Chun Hoy, 4
Japnni se and 30 on deck.
For San Francisco, per bktne S N Castle,
Mav 20 - Mrs W A Pendleton. Mrs Rovd and
son, Mrs E II Huhhord and Mim K lluliliard.
From Kapaa, ber stmr Jaines Mnliec, May
3 on deck.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr J A Cummins, Nelson, for Koolau, at
10 a in.
Schr llici.1, for Maui and Molokai at 4 p.m.
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
Ex Kauikcouli, 2050 bans sucar fur Castle
& Cooke acct Kohala 1'lanution.
Ex James Makee, 2550 lines sucar for C
Ilrewer & Co. acct Makee Sucar Co., 50 bans
rice fur H May & Co.
E bark S C Allen, 51,720 feet redwood
lumber for Allen & Robinson, 910 bags hair
and won! dust, 50 I ibis lime, 40 pkgs mdse for
u ilrewer u, I20osxteel lor union lecil
Co, 210 pkgs mdse for Castle & Cooke, and
27,000 hard bricks, 1000 sx feed and 500 bales
hay to vtssels account.
Ex Gaelic, 101 nkgs mdse and provisions for
tolian it Co, 46 pkgs curios and mdse for
Wing Wo Tai & Co, 85 pkgs prov sions fur
Kimura Ci t,o, 123 pkes provisions N Uzaki, 2
pkgs muse lor Wmi; o( nan cc Co, 93 pkus
mdse for Quong Feong, 207 pkgs mike fur
Hop limp, and rest ol nil pki!s tu armus.
Ex bkt Discovery, 124 pkgs shooks d r J II
liruns, aco s lluur for Kate Singer, 30,000
bricks fur E II Thomas, ?Ooo sx lluur, 3; ts
lard, 10,000 bricks for Hackleld S. C", 110 nku
stunes and tinware for Einnieluth A: Co, 963
sx bone meal for Hawn Fertilisers Co, 322
pkes linuor lor reacock anil Co, 17b tikes
mdse fur E O Hall & Sons, iq8 pkgs rope lot
inter island a lo.
E bkt lrmgard, 400 sacks fertilizers fur F
A Shaefer & Co, 323 pkgs hdw &c lor E O
Hall V Sons, anil rest to various.
EXPORTS AND CONSIGNORS.
Per bktne S N Castle, 84 10 b "s sugar by
W CI Irwin & Co, 3356 li.it;s sugar fur C O
lieiccr, 2121 bags sugar by 1 T Watcrhuuse &
Co, loobblsberkegsby Merchants Exchange.
VESSELS IN VORT.
U S S Huston, Day, Hilo.
USS Adams, Nelson, San Francisco
II M S Ily tcinth, May, Esquimau.
MKKCHAN I .MKN.
S S Alameda, Moisc, from the Colonies.
Am bkt D scovery, McNeill, San Wan.
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, San Fr n.
rm bk Irniganl, Schmidt, San I'ranci-co.
Ilr bk Gainsborough, Mcl'hail, Newcastle.
Am Mis bkt .Morning St n, liatland, Kusale
Ilr sch Norma, Maciuarrie, Yokohama.
l!r ship Greta, Garland, Newcastle.
Am sell King Cyrus, Chiistianson, Newcastle.
Am schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer, Newcastle.
Ilk Amy Turner, Pendleton, New York,
Am bk Albeit, Winding San Francisco.
Ambk bk Matilda, Stensnn, Depanme IUy.
Am brig W G Irwin, Williams, San Fran.
Am bk Harvester, San Francisco (at Hilo)
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Fr fgi Dncliuffault, San I 'ran Due
Am bk Mary Winkleman, San Fran Duo
Ilr bk Uoutenbcck, Newcastle Due
Ilr bk Sharpshoolt r, Newcastle Due
Miowrr.i (to Victoria) June 1
Monowai (to Colonies) June 1
Am bk Forest Oueen, S F (Kali) .... Juno 2
Am schr J G North, S F (Malmkona). .June 3
Am bgl Lurline, San Fran (Hilo) .... June 3
S S Citv of Peking, China lime fa
Am bk Colusa, Guatemala (Kali) . . . June to
Am bg Lonsuelo, San 1 ran (kali) um
Am bk Allien llessc, San l (Kali). . .June 10
Am bktne Hilo, San Francisco June
Am schr Alice ( ouke. San Fran ...I lie Is,
Stmr Miikc Maru, Yokohama June IS
Am bk Forest Queen, S F (Kali) . . July 20
Am sclir t.lenilale. Mm ha July I
GulkGN Wilcox, l.ivcipuo' July 4
China(tu China) July 10
Am schr Ri bt Letters, 1'ugel Suunil .July IS
llrbk LaiMuck, Liverpool July 25
tier bk J (' Fluger, llremen Oct 15
Ger bk Paul Iseiiberg, Liverpool :ov
Am bk Martha Davis, l!oton Dec 5
(General dlbb -
CHILDREN AND INFANTS'
Hats and. Bonnets.
Immense Variety at
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street - - Honolulu.
CHILDRHNS' CAMBRIC HATS, all colors, 60 cents and upward; Lace-trimmed MULL.
HATS, in delicate shades, from $1 75 upwards.
CH1LDKENS' SILK HATS, POKES and BONNETS.
CHILDKBNS' LACF. HATS and LEGHORN FLATS.
INFANTS' LACE BONNETS. Infants Muslin BONNETS ff6n) s Cents ami npwjrils.
SUN BONNETS In great variety at 15 cents and upwards.
CHILDREN'S WHITE PRESSES, neatly made at 60, 75 cents and upwards
CHILDREN'S Silk and Cashmere COATS and WRAPS Infants' Complete outfit.
A BAY HORSE,
One white fool, brand "O" on the neck.
Or, ring up 511 on the Mutual.
MRS. TUCKER'S Class of Sketchers In
Water Color meets Tuesday and Saturday,
t'.M. Any wishing to join the class, can apply
Monday p.m. tit Mr. W. Hopper's, King
street, opposite the palace.
MRS. TUCKER ts i.lso prepared to give
Lessons on Piano, in teaching which she lias
had long experience. 40 1m
Interested in the new Masonic Temple are
invited rb contribute to a Table ok Fancv
Articles to be sold in aid of the Furnishing
Fund. Contributions to be sent to Mrs. lias
singer, Eagle House, 47 tf
SUGAR LOAF, SMOOTH CAYENNE,
l'anarna. Mexican and Bermuda Pine
Apple Sprouts and Plants, May be seen
crowiiiK on the parent stuck at our Kalihi
Pine Apple Ranch.
Prices reasonable; apply to
P G. CAMAK1NOS,
31 1 in Cal. Fruit Market.
59 and Or Hotel Sirkkt.
Lodging by the day. week or month, 25 and
50 cents per night, $1 and $1.25 per week.
Furnished or unfurnished Cottages.
No. 1 Seaside Residence, adjoining the
premises of L. Afnng at .Vtnikiki. 1 here are
three distinct Cottages on the premises, all
lurnisncu. 1 wo with Look-nouses attached.
The grounds arc extensive and well shaded.
Stables, Servants' quarters, Haiti -houses, etc.,
Unobstructed views of sea or mountains.
Climate, perfect. Five minutes walk from the
No. 2 A Convenient Cottage on Emma
street, two floors Irum Heretania street, re
cently remodelled and repaired' throughout.
For further particulars, inquire at the office of
BKUCE & A. .!. CAKTWWdllT.
Tu the new store tuxt to Hollistcr &
Co. tm or befure June 1st, 1893.
The Leading Entomologists and
Best and Cheapest.
Three Machines in One for Use with the
hr sai-i; iiy 1 111:
Pacific Hardware Co,, Limited.
No. 50 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Fine suits from $14 up. Linen and Crepe
suits, 10.50 up.
MA. SUITS GUARANTEED TO
FIT AND IN THE LATEST
AYAY k LAM)
Leave Honolulu . ...8:45 't5
Leave Pearl CHv n:xa o.m
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 a-w
Leave Ewa Miil 0:3i lout
Leave Pearl Ciiv 6i tntc
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A Saturday's on y.
C Sunday's excepted.
D Saturday's excepted.
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamships will leave for and nrrivp frnm
San Francisco on the following dates, till the
close of 1893 :
From Honolulu to
Miowera June t
From San F'kcisco
Monowai Jurtf 1
Australia. . . .June 14
Miowera, via Vancou
ver June 21
Alameda . . . .June 29
China July 9
Australia .July 12
Warrimoo, via Van
couver July 21
Mariposa. . . . .July 27
Oceanic Aug 7
Australia Aup. o
Gaelic May 29
Alameda June 1
City Peking... June 6
China June 18
Australia June 21
Warrimoo July t
Uelgic June 27
Mariposa fune 29
I'cru lulv 1
Oceanic July 17
! Monowai. . ..Auc. 22
Australia July 19
Rio Janeiro. ..July 25
Monowai lulv 27
Australia Sept 0
China Sept IS
Alameda.... Sept 21
Australia Oct 4
Oceanic Oct 16
Marrposa Oct 19
Australia Nov 1
Monowai. ... Nov iO
China Nov 27
Gaelic Aug 6
City Peking.. Aug 16
Australia Aug 16
Aiameda Aug 24
Australia Sept 13
Mariposa. . . .Sept 21
Oceanic Sept 2?
Australia Dec G
Australia Oct 11 I Alameda Dec u
Monawai Oct 19 Oceanic Dec 25
China Nov 0 Australia Jan 3
Australia Nov 8 I
Alameda Nov 16
Oceanic Dec 4
Australia Dec 0
Alameda. .. .Dec. 14
City Peking Jan 3
TIDES, SON AND MOON.
llv C. J. I. veins.
pm. am. I am. pm. 1 j
9 3-JSl 8.10 11. 05.176.3, 0.13', .38
30 15i 3-4J 8-35 11-35 5.17 6.37 J. os.lo
31 4.40 4.aj 9. 5 i. o 3.17 (J.jS. )t. .
I 1 5 Ji 5-"0. o 5.17 11.38, e.53
! 1 am. 1 I
6.10 6.10 10.15 1.30 5.17 t.39' O.41I
' 3 6.50 71010.30 .jo 5.17 6.39 io.6'
4 7-33 8.15 11. 5 3.30 5. 17 6.J911. 8,
full Moon on the 30th, at 4I1. 51m. A.U.
Tim Whi.tte blows at lh. Bm. . i ti rtf lr.,n.
ulu time, uhich is the same as th. nm. tut- r r,..n.
Ilj the Cuternmem Surscy. I'ubli.htd emy Monday.
i H p
ai o 18 30 13 71
22 30 20 30.12 7 1 1
81 o 00
III o 05
9 Nr 5
0 NK I 4
4 ESI1 J
3 SE I 4
6 r.NBl s
5 NK I 4
'3 jo-l? 3-' 71.
M 30-'5 30 u no
21 30.14 30.07 70
23 30. 14 JO 08 73
21 30.1b 30.12 JO
RAINFALL FOR APRIL,
U, S Minn.
1.81 Nlulii . .
IOO M.30 NOII.1U 3S0
310 16.94 Kbhala Mi.iion 583
llunumu . . .
B.09 W'aimiM 3730
laWaluu . .
. . 11 OIU..KM itvo
1C33 KcaUktl.ua ...itSo
19.3a Naa'eliu 630
14.96 1'alala tteo
.... 'Volcano i I nmr. jr. .1
Kukaiau . . . .
8.14 Volcano K0.vL.a470 19.83
S'3i,Olaa. 1930 ti.u
j.19 Kapoho jo iuH
4.931IW101V1 10 9.69
4.19UV1101U Coo la.jj
Kukuitiaclc. . . . 700
. 10 ... llalraVaU
. 6no 4,67 KKb. POO) .7
400O a.fif Olawaiu 13
Kaanapali. ... rj t.o
Mapulchu 70 ....
a. 3a Kuuanu
a. 13 Kuuanu
a.j Nuuanu (Kite.
1.70 Nuuanu, Lua.
t.vfi Laha. ....
l.a nantalton 00 3.47
too 1.81 Makatxtl i.gg
400 S-94 llaoamaulu.... aoo 3.S4
C J. Lyons,
In charge of Weather llurcau.
l.ilme . . .
Call in and examine the
NEW BUTTONHOLE MACHINE
And our new stuck of
Fine Singer Sewing Machines.
II. IllvKOKIsSKN, (ictieral Agent,
llethel Sheet, ll-innlulii, Damon ltlock.
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