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THE HAWAIIAN S'Mll: TliUitSDAY, JUNE 8, 1898. -SIX PAGES.
THE STEVEN'S SERVICE.
THE ORDER FOR IT SOON
An Elegant Gift to the Late United
States Minister From Admiring
Reports having been circulated from
Royalist and other sources that the
proposition to present the Hon. J. L.
Stevens, ex-United States Minister,
with a souvenir silver service had fallen
through, a Star reporter investigated
the matter this morning with the fol
lowing result :
The amount proposed to he raised
in the first place was $1000 in one thou
sand one-dollar subscriptions. Of this
sum but a very small amount is yet
lacking or, properly speaking, nothing
is lacking, as the full amount has been
guaranteed by several gentlemen in
terested in the matter. It is desired,
however, to get one thousand names on
the subscription list, and for that pur
pose it is being kept open by the com
mittee in charge. Subscriptions are
coming in from the other islands almost
daily, and at the present rate in a few
days the requisite number will be ob
tained. To offset the report that the propo
sition has fallen through, the Star is
enableed to inform its readers that the
order for the presentation service is
already written, and that it will go for
ward on the Peking to-day if she calls
here; if not, on the next mail. The
responsibility of selecting designs for
the service has been entrusted to
Messrs. Charles Jkewer & Co. of
Boston, who have been instructed to
have the work done by the Graham
Silver Manufacturing Company in their
The service will consist of a tea set
of six pieces and a large tray. On the
tray will be an engraving representing
the Government House in Honolulu,
with the American flag, hoisted by
Minister Stevens' orders, in plain view.
Underneath will be this inscription :
" Presented to the Hon. John L.
Stevens by the residents of the Ha
waiian Islands, in token of their regard
The above inscription will also be
engraved in scroll work on each sepa
rate piece of the set, which is i- tended
to be the handsomest that ran he ob
tained for the money. No formal
presentation of the service will be made,
as orders will be sent to the manufac
turers to forward it to Mr. Stevens at
his home in Augusta, Maine, as soon
as completed, the original list of the
1,000 subscribers only being sent with
The committee in charge of the
matter are Messrs. Charles Hall and
Henry Davis, to whom much praise is
accorded by American residents for the
manner in which they have discharged
THE LATE GEN. ARMSTRONG.
The New York "Nation's" Tribute to
the Famous Hawaiian.
The death of General S. C. Arm
strong, head of the Hampton (Va.)
Institute, is a sad loss to the country,
and especially to the South. From the
establishment of this institution, a few-
years after the close of the war, he has
been its moving spirit, and he soon
made it one of the most putent educa
tional forces in the nation. Founding
it when the prejudice against education
of the negroes was most bitter among
their former masters, he conducted it
with such judgment and wisdom as to
win the commence of the whites; and
the leading men not only of Virginia,
but of the South generally, have long
recognized him as a public bene
factor. A Union soldier during the war
and a Republican from the establish
ment of the party, he had no patience
with the narrow-minded spirit which too
many of his old associates manifested
towards the South, and he sympathized
fully with it in the difficult problems
thrust upon it for solution by the em.ni
cipation and enfranchisement of de
graded slaves. He realized that the
chief need of the negro was to be
taught how to earn his living and to
become a good citizen, and he made
the Institute a fountain from which
flowed a constant stream of young men
and women who had been taught this
cardinal lesson, ami who were prepared
to teach it to others of their race. Of
late years he has combined with this
work a similar training for the Indian
and there are to-day scattered over
the South and West, thousands of each
race who bear the impress of his inspir
ing and uplilting spirt. Nation.
Editor Star: The Morning Sta
sailed yesterday on her annual voyage
to the island groups of Micronesia, in
the Western Pacific. She is the pnn
cipal and almost the only representative
of American influence at present tra
versing those seas, and her flag, seen at
most of those islands, almost the only
display there of the Stars and stripes,
It is a suggestive fact that to the
Star s misionary passengers, their tare
well to America and to civilization
bidden at Honolulu, and not at Sa
Francisco. Until they leave Hono
lulu they are still on practically
American soil, among their ow
people, their own institutions, their
own home civilization. Thenceforward
they find only savage or semi-heathe
life, relieved by the dwellings ol a le
missionaries and traders. They are i
another and remote world, beyond
mails and civilized appliances, savi
what they can take with them.
So when the time comes for fur
lough and they revisit the American
home, it is at Honolulu that they first
touch the home land, and not at San
I'rancisco. Here they find that famil
iar civilized and Christian life, and feel
ruly in an American community and
s if on American soil. Here they find
at once and to the fullest the home
eling for which they have pined in
How distinctly all this illustrates the
fact that the United States have actually
established their power here in the mid-
Pacific. America actually holds and
dominates in Hawaii to-day. The an
nexation of Hawaii will be only the
formal and outward consummation of
the union already existing. Every ship
that traverses the north Pacific virtually
trikes American soil when she comes
to Hawaii. Every Englishman from
Australia or Japan at once recognizes
the Yankee tone and Yankee control
s soon as he lands in Honolulu. Uy
combination of moral, social and
commercial influences working quietly
and without design for three-fourths of
century, America has come into
actual possession of these Islands, and
dually rules over the North Pacific.
How fitting and how necessary it
then is that what already so completely
nd practically exists, should be fin
ished by the appropriate legal adjust
ments. I he union of Hawaii to
mcrica is ripe. It only awaits the
It may be hoped that next March or
April when the Star returns, her peo
ple's eyes may be gladdened by seeing
their native flag waving over this port,
and Hawaii's Americanization com
pleted. S. E. 15.
TO DAY'S LUNCH.
Turkey and Other Trifles Rapidly Dis
I'he attendance at the lunch given
by the Masonic ladies to day has if
anything exceeded any previous one
during the week. At the hour of going
to press the total receipts had not been
figured up, but it is known they will
To-morrow will be the last day of the
lunches, the ladies wishing to take
couple of days off previous to their
final effort at the luau on Monday at
Mr. Herbert's place at Kalihi.
1 he following is the menu for the
ast lunch, Miss' Finkler and Mrs. C.
Williams composing the special com
mittee in charge: Boiled California
jlmon, scalloped fish, pork and beans
nd brown bread, chicken and other
salads, strawberries, together with tea,
coffee, cakes, etc. There will be no
extra charge for strawberries, and there
ill be plenty of them.
THE DISTRICT COURT.
A Dull Morning in Judge Foster's Court
It did not take his honor, Judge
Foster, long to dispose of the business
in his department this morning.
A native named Waiohukine, who
was charged with the unlawful posses
sion of opium, pleaded guilty under
the advice of Attorney Davidson and
was promptly assessed $100 by the
Court, with an extra dollar thrown in
Ah Sang, who hails from the land of
Confucius, and other Celestials pleaded
guilty to the same offense, but got off
with a $50 fine and $1 as a contribu
tion to the expense of running the
court. Ah Hong, who was arrested in
connection with bang tor the same
offense, got off free, the charge against
him being dismissed.
Five other minor trials were put over
until Tuesday next, the case against
Ah Sui and Ah Toi, for transacting
business in opium without first procur
tng a license, being made the special
order for Monday.
SCHAEFER'S STORE ROBBED
A Burglary Takes Place Close to the
A small burglary was committed at
F, A. Schaefer & Co's. store on the
corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu
street last night and $4 50 in money
and some stamps and soap amounting
to a few dollars more were stolen
I'he burglar secured entrance through
the makai roof by taking off a few
slates and making a hole measuring
ibout one by one and a halt feet, hav
ing crawled up to the roof by means 0
the hoisting -tackle in the rear of the
store. Being in such close proximity
to the p. dice station as this store is
the neat and quiet way in which this
burglary took place naturally chagrins
the bobbies who were on watch there
last night. The burglary was not dis
covered until this morning by the jam
tor of the store.
Poi for Glue.
The workman who last repaired the
organ at Kawaihao church used poi on
the interior parts instead of glue, and
as the rats ate the poi the organ never
could be sure when it started on "Uld
Hundred" whether it wouldn't finally
squeak and rattle out "The Whiskers
on the Moon." Mr. Clark is putting
the instrument to rights.
Picnic and Luau.
The ladies of the Masonic Temp!
Furnishing Committee will give a grand
luau on Allan Herbert's grounds at
Kalihi, on Monday, June 12. Th
Government band will be present. A
advertisement in another column gives
Commissioner Marsden is actively
engaged in the preparation of a report
of his recent visit to Hamakua, which
will be read at the next meeting of ll
Bureau of Agriculture.
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
Contracts Signed To-day for a Two-
The clerk's in architect Ripley's
office were busy this morning in pa
paring contracts for the erection .f a
two story annex to the Queen's Hospi
tal. The new building, including the
porch, will he 30 x 80 feet and will be
conntclid with the F.w.i end of the
present structure. It will he two
stories in height, the lower of which
will be divided into two large wauls
for male patients, each 30 feet square.
he upper floor will be divided into
ght rooms for private patients, and
are expected to fill a long-fell want in
the institution. Each of these rooms
connected with bathrooms, closets,
etc., in such a manner as to secure
absolute privacy. They are designed
r the use of patients who are willing
to pay for first class medical and hospi-
attendance combined with strict
Another much-needed improvement
provided for in the contracts signed to
ny is a covered corridor, to connect
the present main dining-room with the
tchens, which at present are 1 15 feet
part. Heretofore the lood has had to
be conveyed from the kitchen to the
ning-room in the open air. The new
arrangement provides for a small track
and cars in the covered corridor, by
hich the patients' food will be trans
ited to its destination before it has a
chance to cool off.
I'he money for these much-needed
nprovements comes from a donation
f$io,ooo made to the hospital by Hon.
K. llishop just previous to his de
parture for the Coast some weeks ago,
nd the plans for the new building,
etc., have been drawn by Mr. Ripley
in accoidancc with personal suggestions
made to the architect by Mr. Bishop.
he covered corridor connecting; the
itchens and dining-room was an
special idea of Mr. Bishop, and its
practical utility cannot be gainsand.
the contract for the erection of
these improvements has been awarded
by the Board of Trustees to Harrison
Bros., the price being a little over
$9000. Under the terms of the con
tract work must be commenced next
Monday morning and the buildings are
to be ready for use on November 1st.
It Discusses the Bill to Regulate the
Possession of Explosives,
l'here was a meeting of the Execu
tive and Advisory Council this after
noon at 2 p. m.
After roll call the minutes of last
meeting were read and approved.
The Judiciary Committee reported
amendment 10 the bill concerning
deposits in the Postal Savings Bank'
which was adopted and the bill took the
I'he Miscellaneous Committee re
ported in favor of granting the petition
of the curator of the Bishop Museum
to have certain books now in the pos
session of the Government transferred
to the museum. The report was ac
cepted and filed.
Nearly an hour wss occupied in the
discussion of the bill to regulate the
sale and possession of explosives, to
which many amendments were pro-
pus. d and their representative mints
argued. After the bill had been finally
mended it wjs passed to a second
An act to amend chanter , of the
aws ol i88 in relation to the reels
tration of brands, was passed to its
second reading. This act was drawn
up in response to a petition from Kauai
signed by every grazier on the island.
At 3:15 the Council went into ex
AT KAWAIAHAO CHURCH.
This Morning's Session of the Hawaiian
I'he members of the Hawaiian Evan
gelical Association drifted into Kaw.ii
ahao church this morning in twos and
threes, most of them being somewhat
tardy. The morning session was taken
up with the reading and discussion o
the annual reports of the secretary and
treasurer of the Hawaiian Board. A
p. m. the members will attend the
Ladies' Annual Tea Party at the Cen
tral Union church, and at 7:30 p,
the Y. P. S. C. E. meets at Kawaiahao
Will Take No Action.
As f.ir as can be ascertained the
trustees of the Anghcin Church in Ha
waii will take no action on the order of
Bishop Willis recently published. Th
members of the Second Congiegation
do not seem to concern themselves
about the matter and will probably
await the mxt move of His I.ordshti
Firemen and Football.
The boys of No. 2 Engine Com
pany put in their spare time in en sing
the festive football. Some of them are
quite expert in the business and it has
been suggested that a l'iremen s foot
ball torn would not be out of place,
Judge William Foster and wife, Mi
H. Wilder, Miss L. Wilder and W. W
liruner are booked to leave on III
Australia on August 16th.
This is one of the days set apart by
Judge Foster fir civil business, but
with the exception of assessing a com
of Japs $3 each for bieaking their labor
contracts nothing was done this morn
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
The Islands are having an inroad of
Auxiltaiy Co. A h.nl target pr.ctice
Admiral Skerrett has transferred his
I1.il; from the Adams to the Boston.
Business men of all kinds arc pleased
to sec that the Boston is again in the
lucre will b u drill of Company 1!
on Saturday afternoon at 3 i m. at
Royalist rumors grow in number and
biurdily. The latest have to do with
Spreckels' "purchase of a man-of-war."
Commissioner Marsden wants nian
go, alligator pear, citron, lime, orange,
camphor, cocoa and other seeds and
I'lie annual tea party of the ladies of
the Central Union Church takes place
at 4 o'clock this afternoon in the lecture
The street railroad company are re-
grading tle switch in front of the Gov
eminent buildings and doing good work
The .morning paper reports that
Dowager Queen Kapiolani has asked
to have her name erased from the Hut
Aloha Ainu roll.
It is reported there was a large politi
cal gathering at the residence of James
Mersebure last mailt, about fifteen
hack laads being on hand.
The cut stone for the front of the
new Safe Deposit building on Fort
street is being hauled in Iroin the
quany near the Ramehameha schools
The opening of the Puukapu district
to settlement is giving the natives of
Hawaii great satisfaction. They are
taking up homesteads as fast as they
can get them. The land is very fertile,
nd lies at an elevation of about 3000
Medicine of the Day
Intrinsic Merit Has Given
Is Not this Evidence of What it Has
Done for Others Sufficient to Inspire
t Will CURE YOU
Hobron, Newman & Co.
Corner Fort and King Streets
SATURDAY, - JUNE 10,
At 3:30 p.m.
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL ASSOCI
AT I ON GROUNDS.
ADM ISSLON :
Adults, 25 cents.: Children, 10 cents.
Metropolitan Meat Co
81 KING STREET,
J. WALLER, - Manager.
J. E. GOMES.
Manuiwciuki.nu J kuti.i'.k, and I.m
I'OKTKK OF -
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware am
HAWAIIAN - SOUVENIRS.
409 Fort St 1 eel, Honolulu.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
THE STEAMSHIP PEKING OVER
The Steamer Likclike Gets a Move On
A Quiet Day Among the
Wharves and Ships.
The steamer l.ikelikc got up steam
this afternoon and will go around to
the Kinau wharf to-morrow, where she
ill be ready to take the steamtr Clan-
ine's route next Tuesday. The Clau-
dine will then go on the Marine Rail-
ay and will be followed by the steamer
Kinau for a general overhauling. The
Claudme will take the Kinau's route
hile she is laid off, sailing on June
I he American three masted schooner
Im (. Ninth, Captain N. P. Carlsen,
rriv.d May 26th at Mdhukona, nine
days and 20 hours from San Francisco,
coiHiged t the Hawaiian Railroad
Co , with a general cargo. The schoon
er sailed for San Francisco June 5 with
c-rgo ol sugar.
The schooner Ka Hae Hawaii, which
was towed in by the Eleu in a helpless
condition, the otlur night, is leing
hove down at Lyle anri borenson s yard
near the Fish Market, for a new fdlse
keel and a gt neral overhauling.
Inquiry at Hackfeld & Co's, the
agents of the Steamship City of 1 king
overdue to day, developed the opinion
that the vessel had probably left Y- ko
hama two days late, such being fre
quently the case.
schooner will probably be des
patched to Fanning' Island next week.
The schooner Ka Moi is discharging
er cxrgo into the bark Matilda.
Fort Street wharf is lieing repaired.
A dull day on the city front.
THURSDAY, JUNE 8.
Diamond IIkad, .1:30 v. M. Weather
clear. Wind lleht N E.
Thursday, June 8.
Schr Ka Moi, from Hamakua.
m schr J G North, C risen, (at Mahukona)
trom ban rrancisco .May 20.
Thursday, June S.
Stmr J A Cummins, Nelson, for Koolati.
Stmr Kaala, Gahan, fur Waianae & Walnlua.
Am schr J i; North, Carlson, (Mahukona) for j
ban i' rancisco 1 une 5.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Ualeakata, for Honokaa, Hawaii at to I
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maui and Hawaii.
From San Francisco for Ililo, tier I.urline,
May 29 S A Raphael, Mr and Mrs Kctch.tm,
Mrs tenters, Miss Cnugliy, J Sisson.
From Ililo for San Francisco, per bark
iarvesler, June 6 Malcolm lliown.
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
Ex O R & L Co, June 0, 1700 baps suuar
for Castle & Cooke accl Ewa Plntatinn, 367
lacs puilily lor Ahlo and Chin Wo acct ai-
pio and llalawa 1'lantations. June 7, 440
iags f ugor lor Castle A: Cooke acct bwa Plan
tation, car load paddy for L Ahlo acct Waipio
Ex schr Ka Moi, 1S00 Lai's suirar fur T II
D.ivies & Co acct ilamakua Mill.
EXPORTS AND CONSIGNORS.
Per J O North, from Mahukona to San
Francisco, June S, with 2181 bags sugar by J
1 Watcrliouse; B439 bags sugar by I II Uavies
& Co; total, 10,610 bags sugar, weighing
l.'3l.725 lunils. Value, $3o,4'3-.12.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S lluston, Day.
U S S Attains, Nelson, San Francisco
Am lik Mary Wiiiklcman, San Fran.
m bkt Discovery, McNeill, San rran.
Ilr sch orina, Macquarrie, Vokohama.
Ilr shin Oreta, (iarland, Newcastle.
Am sch King Cyrus, Christiansen, Newcastle.
Am schr Lyman D Foster, Diyer, Newcastle.
Uk Amy Turner, Pendleton, New Voik,
Am bk lik Matilda, Svenson, Dcpaitmc Hay.
Am but I.urline, Matson, ban rran (at mini.
Am bgt Ueneva, rseilson, .Mexico (at Ililo),
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
lir bk Routenbcck, Newcastle Due
lit bk Sharpshooter, Newcastle Du
Am bk Allien llesse, San Fran (Kill). ... Due
S S City of Peking, China Due
Am lik Colusa, Ouatcmala (Kali) . . . .June 10
Am bg Consuelo, San Fran (Kah). .. .June 10
Am bklne Ililo, ban I'rancisco June 12
Am schr Alice Cooke, San Fran June 15
Stmr Miike Maru, Yokohama June iK
Am schr t.leiulnle, r.unka. . . ., July I
(Ji.r Ik C- N Wilcox, Lucipoo1 July 4
China(to China) July 10
Am schr K. lit Lewers, 1'ucet hound .July 1 s
Ur bk LadMock, Liverpool July 25
(lei bk J C Finger, llremcn Ocl 15
derli- l aid Istnberg, Liverpool ov 15
im bk Martha Davis, Huston Dec 5
I'roin Cultivated Trees, and put through the
proicr process ol prepaiauon, viz;
Picked when fully ripe, put through ihe
water test for unsound hemes, hand-pulped
and dried in the shade In quanlilles to sun.
Eiery Seed guaranteed lo produce a strong
healthy I tee, Willi pioper niaiugtmcul.
Appl) for price and particulars to
Pohoikl, Puna, Hawat
H. MAY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Street,
llulh Telephone!) 22. 1. O. llux .170
OAilU RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
IO RWA M lu
t.vare Honolulu SS45 M5
I.eve 1'eatl City ysjo 2:30
Atdve Kttit Mill 57 2157
Leave Ew Mill. . . .
I .cave l'eail City.. .
Arrive Honolulu. . .
A Samnlay'n only.
C Sunday' excr pled.
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Sleamnhiti will leave for and arrive from
San I'ranclaco on the follow ine dales, till the
close of I Bo J : ,
I-'rom Honolulu to
From San F'ncisco
Australia June 14
Alameda June 29
China uly 10
Australia. . . ..July 12
Warrimoo, (Van)Jy 21
.Mariosn. July 27
Oceanic Aug S
Australia Aug. 9
Monnwai. . ..Aug. 22
Australia Sept 6
China Sept lg
Alameda. . . .Sept 21
Australia Oct 4
Oceanic Oct 17
Marrposa Oct 19
Miowera(Van) Oct 21
Australia Nov 1
Monowai .... Nov 16
China J uneo
Australia .June 21
llelgic June 27
Mariposa une 29
l'cru July 7
Oceanic July 17
Auuralia July in
Km Janeiro... July 25
Monowai July 27
Cityof N York.lufy 31
Miouera (Van) Aug 1
(iaelic Aug 8
City Peking.. Aug 15
Australia Aug lS
Alameda Aug 24
Wa 1 ri moo( Va n) A jj 3 1
Australia. .. .Sept 13
Mariposa. . , . Si'nt 21
Oceanic S- jit 25
Miowera (Van) Uct 2
Australia Oct 11
Monauai Ocl 19
China Nov 28I
Aiitmlu 1 1- (. I
China Nov 6
Alameda Dec 14
Australia Nov 8
Mameda Nov id
. Dec 20
Miowara (Van) Dec 2
Oceanic Dec 4
Australia Dec 6
Alameda. ... Dec. 14
Warrimoo (Van) Jan I
City Peking Jan 2
l!v C. J.
am. ( am. pin. i
8.50 3.90 9.905.176.4011.46
9.30 4. so 3.30 3.17 6.40
10. so 4.30 4. 30 5.17 U. 40 0.93
II.30 4. SO S.40S.17U.41 o.b
Frl...o O.SO 13. O S.BO 7. OS. 17 6. 41 1. 11'
Sat,..!io 1.10! on 6.90 8.10S.176.49 2.iop
I Sun... Ini 9.10. 0.50 7.010.05.176.43 3.5a
i 1 1 ' !
full Moon on tlio 30th, at 4I1. Jim- a.m.
lulu lime, which ts the name a 12)1. uin, ok. of Green
I Uni hlftt e Mow At in. atJni. 11 s. r.M. ol llono-
Ilj'tlic Ooerninent Survey. I'ultlMieil every Monday,
S 5.? E.
Sun . .
38,30.10 . 1 ; 70
99130.30 30.1 1 73
3o'3o.i6 30.U 70
31 30.19 3006 fio.
I 30. 10 ju.06 72
9 30.11 30.0S 70
3 30.11 30.1.6' 69
SO A HNb 4
7! 41 KNK! 5
751 9 KNK 4
65 8 NNK 5
70' 6-S NE I 4
I'ri. . .
I KB 4
RAINFALL FOR APRIL,
90.74 Waipio 30
19.81 Niuhi 900
14.30 Kohala 350
16.94 Koliala MUsion 583
18.09 Waiinea 2730
lllu(toun) ... 100
l.:iupahoc)iiMi . . 10
ltuiiahoehoc . rioo
it.33 Kcalakckua ...1580
19.33 Naa ehu 650
14.96 l'ahala liuo
.... Volcano llou.e.4ooo
8.34 Volcano Koiul. .3470
MlLainu . . .
I'aauilu . . . .
1'aauh.iu. . . .
HonoLaa . . .
S.3nOlaa 1950- 24.34 I
4.l9ll'olioiki , .
Kaliului 10 ... Ibtlralala
I Waikapu .a6ou 4.67 Ranch. .
Mila 40tu 3.84 Uloualu..
I.ANAI. Kocle 600
I'unalioil so 9.33 Nuuanu 50
Oahu Collide. . 80 3.95Nuuanll 350
Honolulu (city). 20 2.23lNuuanu (Klec.
isuiaokanua .. . 50 3.12 Muoonj 405
Kinn Slrevt, Nuuanu 735
(Kewalo) ... is 1.76 Nuuanu. I.ua
Kapiolani 1'ark, 10 t.76 kalia 850
MakiM 150 9.85 Ahuinianu... . 350
Mano.i 100 3.00 Kamiku 95 3.39
Insane 1s!ilin. 30 9,71 waianae 15
r.iuo.i 50 9.431 l.wa riantauon to 9.47
1.81 Makaucli I.
5.94 llananiaulu . . .. 900 9.84
C. J. Lyons,
In charge of cather liureau
I Piipiimatifi Tim " Rniiturv"
Of the Latest Pattern.
Light Roadster, 1893 pattern.
Apply now to the Columbia Agent,
GEO. H. PARIS.
Old Kona Coffee
l'on 1.1: at
IT. T. WATERHO USE'S
Queen Street Stores.
'ruin 11111I All it .Iiiiio I.
TN AID or the EURNISHING l'UNI)
JL fur l he New Masonic Temple, the wives
of Ihe Wee Mason if Honolulu, will give a
scries of Lunches ami hold a sale of Fancy
Articles, at the Arlington Dining Room on
Hotel street, lieginning Monday, June 5th,
lasting until Friday, June ;lh, inclusive, he
twecn the hours of 11:30 a.m. and 2 o'clock
I'.M. Admission fee to Lunch, 50 cl. All
are cordially invited.
Ily order of
57itl THE COMMITTEE.
A PLEASANT COTTAdE OK TWO
Room, suitable for one or two young
men within easy reach of town. Terms rea
sonable. Inmiirc of
6031 iyO FORT STREET.
A BAY HORSE,
One white foot, brand "O" on the neck.
Or, ring up 511 on the Mutual.
MRS. TUCKER'S Class of Sketchtrs in
Water Color meets Tuesday and Saturday,
I'.M. Any wishing to Join the claM, can apply
Monday I'.M. at Mr. W. Hoptwr's, King
street, opposite the palace.
MRS. TUCKER Is also prepared to cive
Lessons on Piano, in leadline which she has
had long experience. 49 Ini
InUrcsUil in the new Masonic Temple are
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imncii ivj luiiiiiimtc iu .1 i Ain.r. ur i aali
Amicus to be sold in aid of the Furnishing
runil. Contributions lo be sent to .Mrs. lias-
singer, Eagle House. 47 tf
No. I Seaside Residence, adioininn 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' quarters, lUlh-houses, etc.,
Unobstructed views ol sea or mountains.
I Climate, perfect. Five minutes walk from the
No. 2 A Convenient Cottage on Emma
I street, two doors from Hcrctama street, re
cently remodelled and repaired throughout.
I lerms easy.
ror limner particulars, inquire at the omccol
BKUUJ5 &: A. J. OAKTWKUMT.
59 A.Nll Gl HOll'.I. Sl'KLBT.
Lodcinc by the day, week or month, 2? and
50 cents per night, $1 and $1.25 per week.
I'urnisheil or unlurmshcd Cottages.
The Central Market
Having changed hands, will lie-open on the
First of June, with a select slock of Beef,
Mutton, Veal, Sausages, Etc.
All orders carefully and piomplly filled.
WEST11ROOK & GARES,
Roth Telephones 104. 55
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS
day disposal of his Express llusiness
lo Mr. D. McCoKKibio.N. Thanking the
public for their liberal patronage, I would
solicit a continuance of the same to Mr. !'
M. N. SANDERS.
AVING PURCHASED SANDERS'
Express llusiness, I am now prepared
to attend to all Cartage at reasonable rates.
air. Cooper will continue in my employ.
llusiness carried on in same name Sanders'
Express. Office as formerly, King Street.
Honolulu, May 30, 1893. 56 Iw
THE GOODS remaining in Mrs. Lack's
Store will be sold at Auction in ihe
salesroom of J. F. Moigm,
Store Fixtures, Fire-proof Safe
Ammunition, Guns and Fancy
The Store now occupied by Mrs. Lack,
will lie opened on or ahiut the loth of June
by Mrs. Nicoll, as a first class Home Hakcry.
r , 1 r 't iTn "1. r 1 . 1 r r-.
Am' "ur ,KW stock of
Fine Singer Sewing Machines.
U. BERG INSEN,
llethel Street, Honolulu, Damon Muck.
rpilE HEADQUARTERS OE THE Ex
JL ecutive Committee of the Annexation
Club, corner Eotl and Hotel streets, will be
open fiom S a.m. lo 5:30 r.M. and from 7
I'.M. uniii 9 I'.M.
All those wUhing lo Mi'n the membership
I roll may do to during tlune hours.
Lime and Cement.
For Sam: at
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores,