THE HAWAIIAN STAIt : THURSDAY, 1, 1393. -SJX PAGES.
THE GOVERNMENT TAKES
Forty-Five Thousand Dollars
Other Notes Will Be Duly
At eleven o'clock this morning Min
ister of Finance Damon walked into
Claus Spreckcls & Co.'s bank and
handed over to Cashier Spaulding forty-
five thousand dollars as part payment
nflhp Rnr.rlr1 Lnannf Une.nnr. wliirh 1
. , .yj,
UJ ua... mat ...w..
I he cashier of the. bank cancelled
and handed over to Minister Damon
two notes, one dated September iO,
1892, for $30,000, drawing interest at
1xt per cent, and one dated
November 11, 1892 for $15,000, draw
ing interest at 8 per cent. This leaves
in the Spreckels bank yet, two
notes of $25,000 each, dated September
1 6th and 29th of last year, each draw
ing interest at 7 per cent.
Upon the public's knowledge of the
Spreckel's bank demand on last Mon
day there was an immediate response
by the wealthy friends of the Govern
ment, and P. C. Jones and a number
cf others were enthusiastic for raising
the funds that were needed immediately
and paving the loan that day. There
was no question 01 money, or me
amount of it, but the opinion prevailed
that no unnecessary means should be
. ... , . -.11
insisted on for ra sing ,t by hypo-
thecation of stocks or bonds as
some of the Government's friends were
willing and anxious to do or to
mortgage their own homes if the Gov
ernment needed the money that badly,
but it was held that the money should
be borrowed only from those who had
it to lend and from those who were
true and tried friends of the Provision
10 tne money .aavanced yesieraay,
to the extent of $45,000, will in a few
more days be added the $50,000 re
maining and the same wilt be paid
over, thus ridding the Treasury from
any fear from further demands for
payment of other debts than interest
for the remainder of this year. 1 he
few thousands of bonds maturing be
fore next January are already pro
vided for. The wealthy gentlemen who
have assumed the Spreckels obligation
have perfect faith in the stability of the
Government to the last cent they pos
sess, and they are willing to let the I
money nicy nave loaneu lay 111 111c
Treasury until the Ministet feels per-
4V.il.. -1-1 - l XT... 1..
iccuyuuie 10 repay mem. inch ')
una, uui iiisic aic uiigc ui iuui uuit..
P45,ooo, wnicn can oe raiseu in iweiny
four hours, if imperative, by these same
R. J. CRE1GHT0N
Spinal Paralysis Results Fatally
Richard J. Creighton, private secre
tary to J. D. Spreckels, ditd suddenly
at his home, 1923 Bruderick street, at
5:35 o'clock last evening, after a few
hours' illness. He arose at 7 o'clock
,.t,.r,ln,. mnminii i-,.i;,,,r ii-n A
l"""""' b "h "w"
usual, but had hardly dre
, , ,,
ebbcu 111 uiscii 1
when he felt a numbness steal over his
limbs. He fell over on the bed and
called for help, Members of the family
rushed in and found that he was suffer
inu from a sudden attack of paralysis.
which seemed to be centered in his
legs. They rubbed his limbs and he
experienced some relief. JJut the
para.ysis reu.rneu anu a pnys.c.an as .
summoneu. ne pronounceu .
v".c,Bmu" '.""ess as n "'
spinal paralysis, with complications of
, - , -
, ' , .. r.
and rested easi v unti ate in the after-
noon. Vivn minnlos hnfnrp his death
he became unconscious. He expired
surrounded by his family and friends.
1 he deceased was a native of Lon-U
aonaerry, Ireland, ana was 5s years 01
age. He was well and favorably known
in business circles during the many
years he resided in San Francisco.
He leaves a large circle of friends to
mourn his loss. He wps at one time
the mail agent for the Australian colo
nice ntil wac rnnnrtpl luiffi f 1i f nrncc
of this city in an editorial capacity for
many years. He
leaves a wife and
daughter in this city. His son, Charles
Creighton, is in Honolulu, where he is
a distinguished lawyer, having been
Attorney-General and Minister of
Foreign Affairs under King Kalakaua
Mr. Creighton's sudden death will be
a surprise to all of his friends, for he
has always enjoyed the best of health.
He was out driving with !. b. Pratt,
the Hawaiian Consul, on Sundav. and
was then apparent v in sound Physical
condition. No arrangements have as
yet been made for the funeral.
Dr. Mott Smith, the old Hawaiian
representative at Washington, will do
the sensible tn ng 11 ne resigns his
place to i.orren 1 nurston, me appointee
Of the Provisional UOVCrnilltnt. 1 111
United States officially rec- gnized the
Provisional Government of Hawaii, as
did all tne outer powers tnat nave rep
resentatives at Honolulu. it was
Stevens' protectorate which was not
recognized and which lilount upset.
It is idle to try to befog this question,
for the facts are simple. Lhrontcle
Mrs. Henry Bereer and Master Ru-
dolph Berger arrived for an unexpected
visit to Bandmaster Merger on the
Monowat this morning.
THE DISTRICT C0URT-
Walker Gets Scott Free and Goes
Away Other Cases Tried.
Ucfore Ju(Jie Foster this morning A.
R. Walker, cx-turnkey at the station-
house, was brought up for examination
on two charges, one for larceny in the
first degree for stealing 206 tins of
opium from the station-house during
March, 1803, and one for larceny in
the third degree in stealing a revolver,
the property of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, in April last.
Deputy Marshal Brown entered a
nolle prosequi In the first charge, and
on the second charge, policemen
afKCr, fwlenitlie U11U iMUCrbOII tCStl
i,..i.if .,( n .. i,;i
,hh , . ntrtiilm-i. twt mnnv
, ww. J
from Archie Sinclair, E. C. Crick and
Percy Gardner, to piovc that the pistol
claimed to have been stolen by defend
ant from the station house had been
his for some time before hcentcied the
employ of the Govcrnine.nl.
Judge roster found the defendant not
guilty and he was discharged, and,
it is said, left fur San rrancisco on the
Alameda this nuon.
Malic, Julia, Atie and Sarah who
were arrested on Knuu staeet last
Fridiy evening for soliciting without
license, took up a good part of the
court's time this morning, and the
greater part of the afternoon, and at
the conclusion Mahe and Ane weic
sentenced to hard labor for thirty days
and the others discharged.
lwo North American Indians were
left in Australia by a circus troupe to
whom then belonged, some tune ago
and by the Australian Government
they were returned on the Alameda
winch ai rived here yesterday. 1 hey
struck a grand welcome when they got
ofifor a look around and although the
booze is uther high here one landed
jn mornjng an(J
resteil )ere unll aboard the Aanleda
again when she departed.
MOVED TO THE PALACE
THE GOVERNMENT BARRACKS
The Regulars Occupy a New Line of
Defence in the Ex-Royal Abode
At seven o'clock this m rning Com
pany E, N. G. H., under Captain Good
moved from the Barracks over the
basement of the Palace building whre
they will be stationed hereafter.
There has been a considerable feel-
inu of insecurity on account of the sur
rjundinfis of the barracks, there being
good poinls of attack near ,t an(i lne
mldin of ,ht. b mb last nicht in such
close proximity only hastened matters,
,p ,lS rV wi umbih V T.inVB
over this afternoon after council meet
ing, as the Palace is so much less vul
nerable to attack than is Aluolani
For the present Company A (Auxil
iary) will stay in the Government
building and while Company E is ex
pected to use the Palace for their quar
teis night and day, the barrack s build
ing will be used as a kitchen and mess
Quite likely the barracks will be
dismantled or removed
The matter is now under advisement
A larce, consicMincnt of arms and
..- "A. r - -...: i
iiiiiiuuiiiiiuii, in me use 01 a iiiizcin
t) .1,1 1
Reserve, came on inu niumeuu.
He Gives Oahu College Fifty Thousand
Oahu College has leceived to-day an
additional endowment of $50,000 from
Charles R. Hishop. Twenty-five thou
d doars came jt) lhe f()rm of cash
and ,he remaiulcr n lhc shape of
seven per cot note with ample col
. . . , 1
iiaici.ii uciiiiiu 11
Another Correspondent Arrives,
W. II. Holmes, a representative of
the Southern Associated Press, arrived
on me Monow.ii this morning and
quartt.red al one of tho holcls,
He reports the American rumor
that dispatches were in this d.iy's mail
for American Minister lllount order
ing the restoration of the United
State's protectorate over these islands,
and the hoisting of the flag on th
Government buildings. He further
said lh;lt il as thought this would be
rTu"," , . 1 ,
arrival of the advices as above.
Weren't at Home.
Several of the militia boys were caugh
where the h'rsute appendage is exceed
ingly attenuated owing to the fact that
at the midnight alarm last night they
weren t in their vntuous couches and
couldn't be found anywhere. Th
D ys would tnann tne enemy 11, wnen
they attempt bomb throwing or other
nocturnal skylarks, they would give
them due notice so they cjuUI sleep at
Under Arms All Night.
Forty men of Company H., K. G. 11
turned out for duty at 12 o'clock last
nU -.nrl ,., at th.. rnmmnv's re
dezv,)US on ti,e Wall premises on B re
ta)ia street umi, murnjn(, Compan
E, at the Barracks and Company
(aux 1 aiy) at Aliiolani Hale were also
in ar.ns all night.
In Mr. Nordhoff's last letter toll
a copy 01 which we nave no
room for in this issue, he shows a strong
disposition to hedge on some 01 n
early, halt cocked statements.
THE PIONEER MIOWERA.
SHE ARRIVES AND DOCKS THIS
Description of the Fine Vessel.
Sister Ship the Warrimoo
The Canadian Australian pioneer
Steamship Miowera, Captain Stott,
docked at the Pacific Mail wharf t
seven o'clock this morning, twelve days
from Brisbane, Queensland.
The captain reports strong north east
trade winds all the way. The Miowera
has ah nit one hundred passengers en
route for the United States and Europe.
The following description of the
Miowera will prove of interest to our
readers: The Miowera is a steel single
screw, three-masted, schooner-rigged
steamship of 3345 tons measurement,
nd 5000 t ns d-Bcl weight capacity,
ith a speed on trial of seventeen
nots. She is built on what is known
as the three deck grade, and has a long
poop deck which extends over her
ncines and boilers, with a long top
gallant forcastle, and a complete system
of water ballast on the cellular double-
ottom principle. Her decks are of
pccially selected teak wood of more
than ordinary thickness, and the
strength of the vessel generally is far in
excess of Lloyd's and rhe Board of
rade rules the exceptional weight of
the framing admitting of hold beams
being dispensed with. Her fine lines,
double bottom and watertight com
partments combine to make her a very
suitable vessel for war purposes
should any emergency occur to render
her services necessary, She car
ries six large lifeboats (two of
which are constructed of steel, and are
prartically unsinkable), with a cutter
nd dingey. She is lighted throughout
by electricity, and carries a second en
gine in case of the failure of the first,
which supplies the installation, while
there is a complete system of electric
ells ail over the ship. Her dimensions
are: Length between perpendiculars,
340ft.; length over all 360ft.; breadth
f beam, 42ft.; depth of hold, 28ft.
She is fitted with engines of 4700
orsepower, constructed, as were the
teel boilers by. the Wallsend Slipway
Engineering Co. All the arrangements
for the discharge of cargo are on the
atest principle, the steam winches, etc.,
being so arranged that cargo can be
taken in or put out almost noiselessly,
thus saving passengers great discom
fort, while a very noticeable feature is
the height of the bulwarks on her
well deck, which have been brought
p to such a height that the water will
be kept off, and yet at the same time
ventilation fully preserved. The whole
of the saloon passenger accomodation
is on the mam deck, and is without
doubt of a very superior order, every pos-
lble care having been paid to lijjht and
ventilation, while ample bdth accom
modation has been supplied, together
with an unlimited supply of fresh water.
The saloon proper is a very handsome
apartment, immediately under the poop
deck, while alley-ways run from it to
the three-quarter poop, thus affording
a perfect current of air right through
on both sides of the ship. 1 he saloon
is fifty feet in length, and its breadth
extends the whole width of the ship,
and is handsomely fitted up with carved
oak panels in polished frames in maple
and walnut woods. The berthing accom
modation consists of some fifty state
rooms, handsomely fitted and equipped
with patent spring mattresses, iron
folding beds, couches, etc. The sani
tary appliances are perfect, the baths
are all marble, each fitted with a shower,
and there is an ample allowance of
fresh water allotted to each, the
ship carrying an exceptionally large
number of fresh water tanks,
besides being able to cundense
upwards of 10,000 eallons dily. The
ladies' boudoir is charmingly tilted up,
while the social hall is a special feature,
decorated with hand-p.iintcd panels of
satinwood, silk, tapestry, upholstery,
and supplied with a magnificent piano,
by Bechstein. There is a luxurious
smoking-roum. The second cabin ac
commodation is designed to carry 100
passengers, and is very neat and com
fortable. The vessel is fitted with two
refrigerating chambers one for cargo
and the other fur ships use; so that
meats, fish, poultry, fruit, etc., will
always be available at any season of
the year. Luptain Stott is 111 c mmand
of the Miowera.
I'hc Warrimoo will leave Sydney on
Juiieo, lirisbane on June 10, and ar
rive at Vancouver on July 1. lhe ser
vice will thenceforth be Lonlinued every
four weeks, returning frum Vancouver
on June 8, and-on July 6, and thence
forth every four weks. 1 he fans, in
eluding all Pacific coast ports, have been
lixid at a moderate figure. A special
feature in the new service is the excur
sion terms for the World's Fair st Chi
cago, the price of saloon return passage
being lixed at ,,74 ""m Sydney.
George Irvine has returned from his
Hon. T. C. Porter will leave lor the
coast on tho Peking.
Purser Kibling of the Kiuau is laying
off this trip and taking a rest.
Messrs. Hastings, Sewall and Will
H. Coles -left on the Alameda for th
Rev. Thomas Spurgeon, sen of th
great preacher, is a passenger on th
Peterson, Cornwtll, Prker and Col
burn were callers on Mrs. Dominis
The routine business of the Finance
department has been taken charge o
. ii) ... w. i'.i.m.u I
I ... W Ad...... ..rL.n... ......... .I.,-.. .
I minister uamon.
Two Bombs Discovered on the Grounds
of the ex-Queen
Last night at 11 o'clock Captain
Klemme f the p li. l saw three natives
in McKibben's lane talking together.
A hack came along and two ol them
got into it. 1 lie third man, who
carried a package under his coat,
began to walk rapidly up the
lane and the officer followed him.
Finding himself pursued, the stranger
ran, and Klemme ordered him to
halt. As the man still fled the police
man fired a shot but without effect, and
the fugitive escaped. Afterwards, with
the aid of Capt. Juen, Klemme found
two dynamite cartridges with cotton
fuses attached to them, and a bott!e of
fulminate of mercury, 'l he find was
made on the premises of the ex-Queen.
10-day an investigation is being
made by the Marshal who has sot a
clue to a man who asked naval officers
some time ago about the best methods
of making bombs.
BELIEVES ItSt ANNEXATION."
A Former Ra(!it Thinks it it Bound
A letter received by Rev. Sereno
Bishop from ex-State Senator Oilman
contains the following paragraphs :
"You will see that our reading pub
lic are being fed with the ideas and
thoughts of the leaders among you and
thus 1 hope prt pared for what I believe
is to come before the snow flies
"I am prepared to find our friends
of the Democratic press prepared to
fall into line as soon as President
Cleveland decides in fatsr of Hawaii
and shout for the extension of Jur
glorious republu . That manifest
destiny was indicated when American
missionaries sowed the seed of American
liberty on the warm soil of Hawaii.
"By Mr. Blount ', latest dispatches,
Washington, May nth, he seems to
indicate that there would be no more
monarchy, and that the Provisional
Government is trowing stronger each
day,, points, I think, to what you are
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
cart is to be located
Exchange or Australia it quoted at
44 per cent.
The stallion Stromboli was a stable
passenger on the Alameda.
Seven musicians arrived on the Mon-
owai for the Government band.
The band was kept unusually busy
this morninc serenading the uree
The Government dredger went on
the marine railway to-day for a general
Griffo and Barron, Australian pugi
lists, gave a show at the Bcrctania
street armory last evening.
Several hundred stands of arms with
ammunition to match have been re
ceived by the Government.
At the meeting of the Board of Health
esterday the composition of opium
ills was discussed. A vaccine far.n
as ordered to be established.
Mr. Steven's speech was published
in the New York Commercial Adver
tizer of May 23d in the furm of a letter
from lam under a Honolulu date.
The new stamp window is open and
much appreciated by the business men.
Mr. Kenake looks well in a frame, judg-
ng by the crowd of ladies surrounding
the window this morning.
The reports of E. D. Preston, of the
United States coast and ge. detic sur
vey, covering magnetic and astronomi
cal work done on the Islands in 1891-2,
have been received at the Survey Office.
Medicine of the Day
Intrinsic Merit Has Given
Is Not this Evidence of What it Has
Done for Others Sufficient to Inspire
It Will CURE YOU
Hobron, Newman & Co
Corner Fort and King Streets,
'PHI-: IIUADiiUAKTKUS OF Til F. Ex
.1- ecutive Committee of the Annexation
Club, corner Foil and Hotel streets, will be
open from S A.M. to 5:30 p.m. and fron
p.m. until ) P.M.
All those wisi.ing to sign the membership
toll may do so dining those nours.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
THREE PASSENGER LINERS IN
The Boston Returns Prom its Practice
Course-Other Shipping Intelli
gence up to Date.
The barks Hawaiian Isles nnd John
Ena were registered provisionally by
the Hawaiian Consul in Glasgow last
year nnd were built for Hawaiian
owners and will simply call htre to
complete their registration. An arti le
in the morning paper might lead readers
to think that the Government is regis
tering vessels when in fact it is refusing
all applications for any registration
of vessels whatever.
The American barkentine Maiy
Winkleman, Captain Nissen, ten and a
half day's from San Francisco docked
at Oceanic wharf at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. The Winkleman Wings a
gener.il cargo of merchandise for this
The Boston returned from target
practice this afternoon.
THURSDAY, June 1.
Diamond Hbad, 3 : 30 r. m. Weather
cloudy. Wind light E N K.
Thursday, June 1.
S S Miowera, Stott, frum Brisbane.
Schr Moiwohine from Koholalele.
Am hk Mary Winkleman, Ninsen, from San
Slim l'ele, Peterson, from Makaweli.
s s Munow.n, Carey, m.ni nan rrancisco,
Thursday, June 1.
Sen llcuia, fur Maui and Molokat.
S S Munuwai, Carey, fur the Colonies.
Br bk Uaintborough, Mcrnaii, tor an rtan.
S S Miowera, Slotl, for the Colonies.
From San Franeiico, per Monowai, June 1
V V Baldwin, Mra K Banning, Mts Berger
and child, D W Deshler, Mra H L Draper,
Rev Thos rraser, Miu Eraser, e. Haas U
Surenaon, H Schultz, L D Timmons, Mi L
L WiUou, W II Humes and. 33 in anu class.
From the Colonies, per Miowera, June I
Mr and Mrs Shafcr.
From Mm Fiancibco, per Mary Winkelman,
June I Mr Himc.
For the Colonies, per Monowai, June 1
Mr and Mrs Sync, Miss Blair, H M Weston,
Win Slommer, Win Oaxley, U Clewson.
For San Francisco, per Alameda, Jun? I
Geo Daley, H 1 yer, W C 1'eacock and wife,
H S Conner, G W Burgess, Win l'atterson,
wife and children, F 1' Hasting-., W 11 Cole,
T Dawdell and wife, M ss T Miller, Miss N I
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
Ex Miowera, 40 pkgs mdse for T II Davies
Ex Monowai, 220 pkgsmdseforT H Davies
A Co, 66 pkgs mdse fur Macfarlanc & Co, 56
pkgs mdse fur J T Waterhouse & Co, 2iopkgs
grocs for McChesney & Sons, 21S pkgs grocs
for Lewis & Co, 87 pkgs mdse for 11 May &
Co, 162 pkgs mdse for tlyman Bros.
l'er Steamc-r l'ele Smyth from .Makaweli,
3669 hags sugar V (1 Irwin & Co, ncct Ma
kaweli plantation, 255 Dags sugar J 1 water
house acct Gay and Robinson.
EXPORTS AND CONSIGNORS.
Per Alameda 1660 bars surar bv Win G
rwin & Co, ISS lulls gr hides by McChesney
& Sons, 122 boxes pine apples for various.
Per bark Gainsborouch, 11,504 bans for
T II Davies & Co, 14,017 bags sugar for C
Drewer & Co. Total 26,121 bags, weighing
3,oS3,rjZ4 pounds. Value $97,902.
VESSELS IN PORT.
N AVAL VESSELS.
U S S Huston, Day, llilo.
U S S Adams, Nelson, San Francisco
I M S Hyacinth, May, hsquiniall.
Am bk Mary Winkleman, San Fran.
tm bkt I) scorery, .McNeill, ban I' ran.
im bk S C Allen, Thompson, San Fr n.
Am bk Irnig.ird, Schmidt, San Frandsco.
Am Mis bkt Morning Sl. r, Garland, Ktisaie
lir sch Nnima, Macquarrie, Yokohama.
llr ship Greta, Garland, Newcastle.
Am sell K inti Cyrus, Chitstianson, Newcastle.
Am scbr Lyman D Foster, Dryer, Newcastle.
Ilk Amy Turner, Pendleton, New York,
;ui lik Allien. Winiline- san i-rancisco.
Am bk bk Matilda, Svcnson, Departme Hay.
Am brig W ( Irwin, Williams, San I ran.
tui bk Harvester, San Francisco (at Ililu)
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Fr fgt Duchoffault, San Fran '. . . Du
llr bk Koiilenbcck, Newcastle Due
llr bk Sharpshooter, Newcastle Due
rm bk l'.irest Uueen, S ! (Kali) unc
Am chrj G North, S F (Mahukuna). .June 3
Am but l.urline, San I ran tllilol lime 1
S S City of Peking, China June 6
Am bk 1 olusa, (.jualcinnM ( hah) . . . .June 10
Am hg Consuelo, San Fran (Kali).. ..June to
Am bk Aldin Hesse, San F. (Kali). . .June 10
im hklnc llilo, San Francisco June 12
m sthr Alice Cooke, San Fian. . . .J-lie 15
Stmr Miike Mam, Yokohama June tS
m bk Forest Ouecn, S ! (Kali) . ..July 20
Am sclir t.iendale, l-.ur. ka July I
(i.rlLt.N Wilcux, Lucipooi July 4
Chinafto China) July lo
Am schr Kobt l.ewers, 1'ugcl hound Jul)' I?
llr bk LaiLtock, I.iveitiuol July 25
tier lik J C Fluger, lire 1 en Oct 15
Ger b' I'.uil Ixnbeig, Liverpool ....Nov 13
Am bk .Martha Davis, lloston Dec 5
Urdus on the Ctimmisinner ofAmuulUue
for Insecticide Wash in live gallon quan
tities, can ln obtained al I llr
PAGIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Keomimended peiwl') In the Commissioner
of Agriculture fur
Trees Affected by Blight
I'm sale hy
19 if "tiiko. u. JJAVIBS & CO.
CHILDREN AND INFANTS'
Hats and Bonnets.
IiniiH'iisi' Variety at
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street - - Honolulu.
CH1LDRENS CAMBRIC HATS, all colors, 60 cents and upwards; Lace-trimmed MULL
HATS, in delicate shades, from $1 75 upwards.
CHILDKENS' SILK HATS, POKES and BONNETS.
CHILDKENS LACE HATS and LEGHORN FLATS.
INFANTS' LACK BONNETS, Infants Muslin BONNETS from so cents and upwards
SUN BONNETS in great variety at 15 cents and upwards.
a LAHIIK AHSOKT.MIiNT OV "1
CHILDREN'S WHITE PRESSES, neatly
CHILDREN'S Silk and Cashmere COATS and
A BAY HORSE,
fool, brand "O" on the neck.
Or, ring up 51
on the Mutual.
MRS. TUCKF.R'S Class of Sketchers In
Water Color meets Tuesday and Saturday,
p.m. Any wishing to join the class, can apply
Monday KM. at Mr. W. lloiiiwr's, Kins
street, opposite the palace.
MRS. TUCKER ts also nreoared to eive
Lessons on Piano, in leaching which she has
had long experience. 49 im
Interested in the new Masonic Temnle are
invited to contribute to a Table of Fancy
Akhclls to be suld in aid of the Furnishing
ruml. ( untnliutions to lie sent to Airs, lias-
singer, Eagle Home. 47 tf
SUGAR LOAF, SMOOTH CAYENNE.
Panama. Mexican and Ilermuda Pine
Apple Sprouts and Plants. May be seen
growing on the parent stock at our Kalihi
Pine Apple Ranch.
Price reasonable; apply to
P G. CAMARINOS,
31 im al. 1-ruit Maiket.
59 AWi 6l llOTKL SlRKF.T.
Lodging by the day, week or month, 2$ and
co cents tier night, $1 anil 51.25 per week
Furnished or unlurnishcd Cottages.
No. r Seaside Residence, adjoining the
premises ol L.. Along at U nikiki. I here arc
hree distinct lounges on tne premises, all
furnished. Two with Cook-houses attached.
The grounds are extensive nnd well shaded.
Stables, Secants' quarters, Ibth-houscs, etc.,
Unobstructed, views ol sea or mountains.
Climate, perfect. Five minutes walk from the
No. 2 A Convenient Cottatre on Emma
street, two doors from Iterelanta street, re
cently repiodclled and repaired throughout.
For further particulars, inquire at the office of
BRUCE X- A. .!. CAKTWKHMT.
The Leading Entomologists and
Best and Choapost.
Three Machines In One - for Use with the
I OK S.M.I. IIY -l nr.
Pacific Hardware Co,, Limited.
I'mni I'ullivaltil Tiee, anil put through til
pncr proceis nl prepaiatum, viz:
l'ickcd when fully ripe, pul through the
water test lor unsound lierrics, liaml-pulpci!
and tiricu in tne snaue in quantities to suit,
livery Seed (juffiantccd tn produce a strong
ucaiiuy 1 ree, wiin proper management.
Apply for price and articulai to
53 if I'ohoiki, l'una, Ilawai
78 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
At Reasonable Rates.
Caliincis . 1 !.. $:i.OU; u, j( z. $2.0(
Ih'tidoir ... 1
Full l''iK'rt, 1
(iroupn. , . . 1
A Trial Solicited.
made at 60, 75 cents an.l upwards
WRAPS Infants' Complete outfit.
OAHU RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
From an. I Afli'r .Tiiui- 1, 1803,
in I vv .v VI 1 1 1 .
Leave Honolulu Su; ilii
Leave 1'earl City 9130 2:30
Arrive iswa anil 9157 2157
. .0:21 toi43
- .0:55 tuts
Leave Kwa Mill . . .
Leave Pearl Ci'y. .
A Saturday's only.
ua s excepted.
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamships will leave for and arrive from
San Francisco on the following dales, till the
close of 1893:
Froxi Honolulu to
Miowera June 1
Gaelic May io
From San F'ncisco
Monowai June 1
Australia June 14
Miowera, via Vancou
ver June 21
Alameda June 29
China July g
Australia. . . .July 12
Alameda June 1
City Peking. ..June 0
China June tS
Australia June 21
Warrimoo July 1
lielgic June 27
Mariposa June 29
Peru July 7
Oceanic July 17
Australia July 19
Kio Janeiro. . .July 25
1 Warrimoo, via Van
couver July 21
I Mariposa July 27
1 Oceanic Aug 7
' Australia Aug. 9
I Monowai. . ..Aug, 22
I Australia Sept 0
China Sept 18
Alameda. . . .Sept 21
Monowai July 27
Gaelic Aug 0 1 Australia Oct 4
City Peking. .Aug 10 1 Oceanic Oct 10
rug!0 .Marrposa Oct 19
Alameda Aug 24
Australia .Nov i
Australia. .. .Sept 13
Mariposa Sept 21
Oceanic Sept 23
Australia Oct 1 1
Monawai Oct 19
China Nov 0
Australia Nov 8
Alameda Nov tO
Oceanic Dec 4
Ausliah'a Dec 0
Alameda. ... Dec. 14
Monowai Nov tG
China Nov 27
Australia Ucc 0
Alameda Dec 14
Oceanic Dec 23
Australia Jan 3
City Peking Jan 3
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
llv C. J. Lvuns.
: '( s
pin am. I am. pm. t
n 3-3si B.jo u. o 5.17 .37 6.134.38
30 4. 151 3.43 8.35 II. 3J 5.17 6.37 7. 95.19
31 4.40 4-jj 9. 3 11. 0 5. 17 O.3V 8. 3
$.15 3.1010.0 3.176.38 8. S3
I am. j '
3 6.10 6.20 10.15 1-30 3.17 6. 39' O.41!
1 6. so 7 So 10.10 .So 6.a'ia.26
Sun... 4, 7-35 8.S511. J 3.30 3.17 6. jo n. 8
Full Moon on the 30th, nt 4b. 51m. a.m.
Time Whistle Uow at ih. 28m. 11. p.m. of Mono.
lulu time, which is the lame as ish. 0111. ot. of Green
lly the Government Survey. I'ublUhcd etry Monday.
RAItUM. THE.RHl j
. 71 30.18 30.13 71.
80 o 34
. 22 30 2Q 30.U 71
Nt ' 4
NK I 4
3 30.19 30.12 71,1
34 30 15 30 DO 09
- 5 30.I4 IO.07 70
26 3O.I4 30 08 72
37 30.18 30.I3 70
RAINFALL FOR APRIL, 1893.
Stations. Fftt. in. Stati'tni. ftet.
Waulca so 90,74 Waipio 10
h o (lawn) . . . 100
I9.8I ."MUllI 3uO
14.30 Kohala. . . 310
1694 Kvhala Miwion 5B3
18.09 Watmc 27,30
.. . IMimIoa ijoo
19.3' f,iu &$o
I4.96 1'ahalu 1100
8.34 Votes IK KtKU..3470
5.31 Oba 1950
5.19 Kipoho jo
4. 93 I'ohoiVi ig
4.19 I'vboiU 600
4,67 Ranch aouo
3 84 Olowalu... . 15
Kiiatiap-tli . . 15
,aualWloc . . 10
Hiuitahoehoe . ouo
OuLala ....... 400
'aauhau. . yx
Kukuihaele-. . . 70
7.3s Nuuami 50
3.15 Nuiusu ijo
a.ij Nuuawi (l.'lec
3.17 Stt!) 3)
I Nuuanu 7)5
1.76 Nuuanu, I.ua-
l.jl kaha 8V
5.00' Kkuku 35
s.7i WaljKae it
OAhu Collce. .
KatMoLiiii ratk. io
Insane Asylum. Jo
4)!Kwa I'lanutkm 6o 1
.oi Haiiauautu mi 4
llatialtj 19 it
C. J. Lyons,
In charge of Weather Ilureau.
Call in and exuuine the
NEW BUTTONHOLE MACHINE
Ami our new slock of
Fine Singer Sewing Machines.
11. IIKKGl- UShN, General Aijent.
llethel Stitet, Honolulu, Damon lllock.
xml | txt