5?IIE HAWAIIAN STAR : TliUUStfAY, 1S0S.-STX 1'AGflS.
OUR HULA GIRLS ABROAD
THEIR HORSEBACK DASH IN
How Golden Gate Park Was Startled
by Mounted Apparitions in
The four hula-hula girls who went to
the United States some time ago have
made a sensation in the coast metrop
olis, as witness this from the Exam
The way it all came about was that
Meyer of the Wigwam had the dancers
to entertain over Sunday while they
waited to begin an engagement. For
their edification and ins benefit he
chartered eight saddle horses from a
livery stable, that number being re
quired because each of the maidens
has a chosen companion from her
native islands. The start from Mr.
Meyer's place of business was made at
Encircled in long folds of red and
yellow bunting the'daucers emerged
from their dressing room. The leader
lightly put one foot in the stirrup
There was a dimmer and a cleam of
white, and then she was in the saddle.
She securely held her divided skirts by
poking the cloth through the stirrups
with her feet, and the long train flowed
behind. The others followed hir
The leader was Kini Kalai, a lighter
complexioned young woman than the
others, the best rider of all and
the most proficient in the English
language. She and Pauahi Pmao wore
yellow skirts with blouses of black and
wide-brimmed hats that were trimmed
with yellow flowers. The costumes of
the other two were the same as these,
except that red was substituted for the
yellow. The third of the riders was
Nakai Kukelehiwa, and the only one
with a pronounceable name was Annie
Cooper, spelled "Ane Kupa in Haw
Away they went!
Albert Meyer was grand marshal o
the flying procession. To keep ahead
he had to whip his pair of trotters to
their fastest gait, and even then he oc
casionally lagged behind, and there
stayed until the readjustment of the
colored pa-it called for a slackening of
The woman rode at the right of their
male companions, Kini Kalai at the
head. They were entirely at ease in
the saddle as Hawaiian women usually
are, but for grace and evident skill
that leader surpassed men and women
Along Market street the travel was
comparatively slow, but still fast
enough to permit of little more than
the sweeping vision of red and yellow.
People rushed to the windows and
shouted for the rest of their families
Women in Mother Hubbards gathered
up the children and let them look
upon the scene. Men poked their
heads out from lodging apartments and
rubbed the sleepy eyes that with the
scant apparel, told of prolonged Sab
At one second-story window a hair
dresser appeared. She had a curling
iron in one hand and a bunch of radi
ant tresses in the other. Instantly at
the adjoining window was seen an
other face the fair young patron
The latter was presumably not attired
for public appearance, but she pushed
a large white screen before her and
peered over the top of it a feminine
sort of an expedient which fully suited
the end in view.
And the cavaicaue still dashed on
lioys joined the procession and ran
till out of breath. Dogs followed in
Golden Uate avenue gave an op
portunity for finer speeding. Then
only the ambitious bicyclists could
keep up, and the ordinary vehicle
strove vainly to stay even alongside of
the press carriage. Shouts were sent
ahead from house to house sufficiently
fast to put everybody on the lookout
The panhandle of the Park wa
A mounted policeman in grayessayed
to challenge the leader, but his hors
took fright and dashed with him into
the thick shrubbery. Spectators stood
Then there was a roundup at th
music stand. Thousands deserted the
strains of "Cavalleria Rusticana" and
turned to the Cavalleria Kanaka, so to
The wait was but of a moment, when
down the broad road to the ocea
beach the horses' heads were turned
Half the people who had carriages
tried to follow. Some troopers from
the Presidio did escort duty for a mi
or so, then wheeled about and went
back through the Park.
At the Cliff House, refreshments
that Mr. Mever ordered were take
straight. Miss Kukelehiwa, with
air 01 simple modesty, revealed some
of the mysteries of the Hawaiian toilet
by coaxing a stocking back into place.
Pauahi Pinao smoked a cigarette.
Kinai Kalai took off her yellow-trimmed
hat und coiled her hair anew.
Men stared, but the Kanaka maidens
Down the hill they retraced thei
way and paused before a tintype gallery
to get souvenirs of the diy perchance
to show in the far island realm what
here they used for the native costuin
Back to the city they went, as gaily
as on the outward gallop und amid
confusion all as intense. They returned
to the theater, and there they duflc
the red and yellow and put on the plain
and somber black of their liolokiis, tl
ordinary street diesses.
Kinikalai spoke for the crowd. SI
said; " Fine road; fine houses; fine
nark." And then she added: " Fine
ladies; fine dresses: fine times."
She can freely converse in th
English tongue, but these words alon
she needed to express her thought
The women all declared that they had
never seen such a crowd before, and
f the people of the crowd were to be
interviewed they would probably say
they had never seen such riders.
The Hawaiian women arc the origi
nators of the divided skirt. I he
equestriennes of yesterday watched
eagerly for followers of the fashion,
oinan like, but there was not one to
enry Renjes Severs Three Arteries in
His Left Hand.
What came nearly being a fatal ac
cident happened to Henry Renjes, the
well-known member of the firm of
Schaefer & Go., a; his residence in
Nuuanu valley, a little after five o'clock
csterday evening. While oppening a
bottle of imported soda water with a
patent - lever corkscrew the bottle
burst, one piece ot the glass entering
the hand with which Mr. Renjes was
olding the bottle, inflicting a fearful
gash and severing three arteries. No
mmcdiate means of stopping the How
f blood being at hand Mrs. Kernes did
the best she could by tying a tight
ligature under her husband's arm, and
summoning the services of Dr. Cooper.
Before the latter's arrival, however, Mr.
Renjes had lost about four quarts of
blood, in spite of the bandage, and had
the doctors coming been delayed
few minutes longer his services would
have been useless. As it is, the physi
cian says that Mr. Rentes owes his life
to his wife's promptitude in bandaging
SPECIMENS OF BLIGHT.
Are Wanted to be Forwarded on the
I'o give people an idea of the good
work now being done by Commissioner
Marsden in his fight against the blight
and other pests, it may be mentioned
that he has prepared a number of speci
mens of cveiykind that has come to
his notice for shipment to California
by the Australia. I hey will be for
warded to experts for thorough exam
inatiou and classification, and with the
further view of finding out whether in-
ccts of anv kind can be imported
which would have a deterrent effect on
the scourge. With this in view Mr,
Marsden asks the co-operation of all
those interested in the subject, and
requests that any specimens of blight
outside of the usual well known va
rieties be sent to him on or before next
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Will Bid Farewell to Wilder and Honor
On Saturday evening next at 8:3
at the Arlington Hotel a farewell dinner
will be given to Charles T. Wilder, the
new Consul to San Francisco, by his
brother members of the Knights o
Pythias. At the same time the occasion
is also intended as an expression of re
gard to the newly appointed Deputy
Supreme Chancellor, C. J. McCarthy,
Covers will be laid for sixty, and as far
as the menu is concerned, the fact that
Mine Host Krousc has been given
ordeis to spare no expense should
satisfy the most fastidious epicurean
At Sans Souci.
A large crowd attended the concert
and dinner given at bans botici last
evening. Mr. Frieman, the new man
ager, who is a man of large catering
experience, took charge immediately
upon his arnval yesterday and the
dinner he served was one of the best
ever eaten in Honolulu. The grounds
were beautifully decorated with Chinese
lanters and were taxed to their utmost
extent to accommodate the numerous
guests that assembled to hear Prof,
Berger and his band. Dancing, bath
ing and boating were indulged in to
late hour and every-one went away
with the hone that Sans Souci would
soon have another concert.
A Chance for Young Men.
T. L. Howard of the Stockton and
Fresno business colleges is in this city
and will canvass among the young men
for students for those institutions. The
colleges teach shorthand, penmanship,
bookkeeping, commercial arithmetic,
correspondence and law, typewriting
inusic. elocution and languages. Mr
Howard is at the Arlington, where
may be seen by those interested,
Lieut. Lucien Young has received
letter from his brother, a prominent
Democratic politician of the blue
grass btate, in wnicn it is saia mat
Kentucky sentiment is getting very im
natient over President Cleveland s de
lay in bringing annexation about,
Making Good Progress.
J. L. Howard, who has recently
come from California, states that an
nexation sentiment there is gaining
ground. It seemed to ebb for a time
but is now mounting to a flood. Th
same state of things, Mr. Howard say
exists in the Eastern States.
Well Remembered Here.
I. Philip Smith and wife have not
fied friends in this city that they wi
pass through Honolulu on the China
which is due to arrive on the 10th
They are in the Adolph Sprcckels party,
It is not thought that they will stop
The students at OjIiu College to
day presented Prof. J. Q. Wood a fi
Waltham gold watch, and Miss L.
Dale a necklace with pearl and di
mond pendant. Both Professor Woo
and Miss Dale are retiring teachers,
THE COUNCIL MEETING.
THE POST OFFICE
Much Time Used Up in Discussing the
Bill to Regulate the Use of
Tin1 Councils were culled to order
2 v. M by President Dole.
There were present Ministers King,
Damon and Attorney-General Smith
and Councilman Emmeluth, Bolte,
Morgan, Watcrhouse, McChcsney,
Suhr, Young, Mendonca and Tenney.
The minutes of the previous meeting
ere rend and approved.
Minister Damon from the Finance
Committee reported in favor of the al
lowance of the account of Chas. L
Carter for the sum of $390 95, the
same being the balance of the accounts
f the Special Commission to Washing
The Finance Committee also re-
orted in favor of authorizing the Min
sttr of Finance to cause an investiga-
on to be made in any of the offices
connected with his department at any
me and authprizir.g him to employ an
expert at any time. 1 he report was
An account of $34 34 against the
Road Board, which had been left out of
the last biennial report, was referred to
the rinance Committee.
I'he bill in relation to estraya, en
titled "An Act to Amend Act . of
the Laws of '88," passed, also the bill
regulating deposits in the Postal bav
Much time was taken up in discus
sing the bill to regulate the use and
possession of explosives, which after
being amended in each section tuid
finally in the title, was passed.
I he Military Committee reported in
favor of allowing Colonel Soper $30 for
services of a drum major, etc. On
motion the allowance was ordered
A motion was carried that hereafter
all bills, when passed, signed and at
tested, be deposited in the office of the
Minister of the Interior.
At 2:55 the Councils went into exec
Kamehanieha school will have grad
uating exercises this evening at Kawai
ahao church. The program includes
debates, compositions, class prophecy,
salutatory, valedictory, etc., with music
by orchestra, glee club and Professor
Berger s band.
I he graduating class this year con
sists of fourteen members as follows
David Ai, Robert Baker, Henry Blake,
Isaac Harbottle, James Harbottle,
Matthew Hoonuni, Kaili Kanehe, Noah
Kauhane, Moses Kauwe, Solomon
Mahelona, Samuel Mahuka, William
Meheula, Abraham Pihi and John
L. H. Dee, proprietor of the Criterion
saloon, leaves on the outgoing Australia
for San Francisco, for the purpsse of
purchasing a large stock of wines,
liquors, cigars, etc. He proposes to
establish a general jobbing business on
Hotel street, between l'ort and Nuuanu,
and will be prepared to accommodate
all wishing anything in his line. He
will, as he has heietofore done, act as
the sole agent of the John U'ieland
Brewing Company of ban Francisco.
Fell From a Tree.
At Punahou Preparatory school
yesterday, Willie Maertens, who had
climbed a tree in the school yard, fell
twenty-five feet, dislocating a wrist,
bruising his skull and suffering internal
hurts. The fall was caused by the
breaking of a branch. Dr. J. S. Mc
Grew was called and did all he could
for the sufferer. At last accounts the
boy was in a critical condition.
Died From Want of Respiration.
While listening to the band concert
last night a Star reporter heard a
couple of natives discussing the recent
aeccise ol one ot their race. Une
asked, "What was the matter with him?"
The other replied, "Well, I don't know
what you would call it in native, but
the English call it 'want of respiration,"
to which the other responded "Mow
he must have suffered."
The Pacific Hardware Co.
Have received Lewis' Combination Spray
Pumps, for which you have hecn waiting
This Pump comprises three brass machines in
stead of one a Sptay Pump Agricultural
Syringe and Veterinary Syringe also Mason
& Davis' Wrought Steel Kanges, unqueslion
ably the best for all purposes Douglas Pumps
Henis Vegetable Presses, Mops, Shoe Sets,
llrooms, Brushes, Dall Wicking, etc., etc. i-w.
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum,
DURING Alterations Occasioseh
by additions to the Building, this Mu
seum will bo closed to the public after June
Ily order of the Trustees.
WM. T. IIKIGHAM.
68 iw Curator.
IN GREAT VARIETY AT IIIK
"ELITE" ICE CREAM PARLORS.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
New "By Authorities" to-day.
The Miike Mnru will bring t7so
I'he Hoard of Health adjourned till
Friday afternoon at 3.
Li. ok out for counterfeit Kalakaua
quarters. They arc in circulation.
Thiity-one tins of Opium have lieen
seised at the North Kona District.
I'here will be a meeting of the.
Board of Health to-morrow at 3 P. M.
The drum corps will meet for pr.ctice
this evening at V2 o'clock at the
Queen street, Armory.
On account of alterations, the Ber
nice Pauahi JMahop Museum will be
closed after Saturday, June 17th.
Harrison Bros. rve commenced
hauling material on Wie site f the
Bishop addition to the Queen's hos
pital. L. II. Dee has mImh out a dealer's
spirit license and will transact busimss
at Hotel street, between Nuuanu and
The New York Sun's Hawaiian cor
respondent prints extended criticisms
of Blount and NordhofT in the issues of
June 1st, 1 8th and 24th.
Kaulaha was fined $100 last Tues
day for eke fa playing, in the District
Court, and was hauled in this after
noon on the tame charge.
The employes of the Spreckels
plantations on the other islands who
belong to the Annexation Club have
announced their intention of resigning
from the Mine.
The New York Sun quotes the
biARs hist editorial on Nordhofl in
full, and gives prominence on its tdi
torial page to a letter from this office
on the same subject.
Extra attractions are offered at
Loheide's school of wrestling at the
old Armory building on Saturday right
in the shape of two or three boxing
matches between members of his class.
Susie Nelson, stewardess of the
Australia, was fined $500 and six
month's imprisonment in the District
Court to day for having opium in her
possession on the last trip of that
Henry Davis & Co., the popular
Fort-street grocers, have L-.t sale fresh
California salmon, frozen oysters, Call
fnrnia roll butter, fresh fruit and vegS
tables, all of which are on ice and in
A notice on the bulletin board of the
Annexation Club yesterday announced
that John J. Egan wanted to km w
what the Americans were going t do
about the Fourth of July, and echo
The passengers on the Australia
yesterday were full of praise for Stew
ard James' excellent catering dining
the entire trip. It is a well-known fret
that the Australia's table is excelled by
no other vessel on the Pacific.
C jmmissiotier Marsden has a report
01 his recent trip reau to pre
sent to the next meeting, ol the
Bureau of Agriculture. A meeting of
the Bureau will be arranged f r as
soon as V. G. Irwin, one of the
Three stowaways were taken IT the
ship. Koutenbcck this morning by the
harbor polire and put in the station
house for safe - keeping. The lab. r
market in Newcastle is glutted and
miners are begging colliers to be allowed
to work their passage away.
The accounts of the Masonic lunches
are still in an unsettled state, owing to
Ihe presentation of an unexpected bill.
It is hoped that the matt- r will be ar
ranged by to-morrow, so that every
thing can be cleaned up.
Short Broath, Heart Troublo, Rheu
matism. ilvs. Im M. l'alne
Eagle Crock, Oregon.
"I have lived hero In Oregon for tlio pa?t
twenty years, ami most of tliu tlino have been a
very gieat sullcrcr from iiillniiiiiiniory
rheuiuuiiain. I have also had what Iho doctor
called heart disease, with shortness of breath
and sharp pains In the left utile. I decided to lako
Hood's Barsaparllla, mid ticfora I had finished
three bottles I was In belter health Mian I had
been tor years. I do not havo any pain now,
sleep well, and to-ilay no woman of my ago
Enjoys Cotter Hoalth
than I. At homo on the ranch I not only attend
to jny family housework, but last summer 1
cared for mid mllkc d four cows. I 1I0 not feel
that I can say half enough In praUo of
Jilts. I.. M. Paine. Baglo Creole, Oregon.
Hood's Pillo aie pminjit and eftlcleut, tt
easy Inaction, Sold by all druggists, i:.".c.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
Corner Fort and King Streets
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
THE BARK ROUTBNBECK FROM
The Amy Twrtwr Leaves For Manilla
The Sh-ffalHtottr $ Days Out
The British ship Koutenbcck, Capt
am B. Russell, S7 dys from Mew
castle, docked at Fort Street wharf at
10:30 o'clock this morning. The
captain reports sighting Hawaii 6 days
ago, lair wind, an uneventful voyage
and the British bark Sharpshooter with
coals for this port leaving Newcastle
two days ahead of him. Ihe Routen-
ck has a caigo of coal Consigned to
Allen and Robinson.
The American bark Amy Turner left
at a o'clock this afternoon for Manilla,
having received sailing advices by the
The ship (ireta leaves at noon to
morrow and the bark Matilda at a
o'clock in the afternoon.
The schooner Lyman D. Foster takes
in 300 tons sugar at O. R. & L. Go's
The Australia's hull is receiving a
new coat of paint.
, n.. .
THURSDAY, JUNE 15.
Diamond Hkad. x : to p. m. Weather
clear. Wind fresh E.
W EDNESDAV, tune 14.
Slmr J A (.'ummiiur Neilson, from Koolan.
Schr Millo Morris fmoi Koolau.
Thursday, June 15.
Br ship Roiitenlieck, Russell, from Newcaille,
Thursday, June 15.
Bk Amy Turner, Pendleton, for Manilla.
htmr V O Hatl, Simerson. from Maui and
Hawaii l-ndayat 10 a.m.
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koolau Fri'
day at 8 a.m.
Br ship Greta, Gailand, for San Krancisco Fri
day at 12 o'cluck.
Am bk Matilda, Svenaon, for San Francisco
Friday at 4 p.m.
For Kauai, per stnw Mikahala, June la
Mr R VV T Purvis, ti Law, Max Schleminer,
TJ'reidenberg, S Kaeo, Mr Maule and wife,
iev u rvanono, rtcv . Mitchell, 5 Sliiogi, A
McKryde, Miss A McBryde. .
I'or Kauai, per stmt Iwalani, June 14 11
C 1 'aimer.
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
Ex Australia, 360 kegs beer for t, II Dee,
ziu nt-cs nccr lor aaerctutnls lixclianoe. 20H
sack ttaur and feed lor Union Feed Co, 3S0
sacks curuh coal (ot W'rn G Irwin k Co, and
me rest 01 9303 pkgs to various marks,
Ux Koutenbcck, 1376 tons coal for Allen &
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Boston, Day.
U S S Adams, Nelson, San Krancisco
Br sli Uoutenbeck, Russell, Newcastle.
S S Australia, Houdlette, San Francisco.
im bk Mary Wtnkleman, San I'ran. '
I!r sen Norma, Maciuarrie, Yokohama.
r sniii L.reta, Uarlantl, Newcastle.
Am sell King Cyrus, Christianson, Newcastle.
Am schr Lyman 1) 1'oster, Diycr, Newcastle.
im ok uk ,i?.tnia, bvenson, Departure Bay.
Am bgt I.urline, Malson, San l'ran (at Ililo).
ini i)gi Oeiicva, fteilsun, Mexico (at liilo),
rm bk Alih'ii Hesse, .-an l'ran (at Ivahuluil.
Am sh Kate Davenport, Re)nolds, Pt T'nsd
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Br bk Sharpshooter, Newcastle Due
Am bk Cnlusa, Guatemala (Kali) Due
Am bg Consuelo, San Kran (K.1I1) Due
Am liklne llilo, San l'rancisco Due
Am schr Alice Conke, San I'ran Due
Haw bk I.calii, S I' (MahuKona) lune 18
Am schr Anna, San Kran (Kali). .. .Jure 18
Am schr Kubt Lexers, Puoct Sound June iS
Slmr Miike Marti, Yokohama June iS
m bklneS I, Wilder. San l'ran lune 10
Am bgt J D Spreckels, S 1' (Kali) . . .June 19
Am schr V II Talbot, Newcastle. .. .June 20
Am bk Kale, Pnget Sound June 20
Am hktne Klikital, I'ucet !-ouml .... lune 20
Am bklne W 11 Dimoiid, San Kran. . June 20
Am sclir Aiiha. San I ran lune 21
riii bk Ceylon, San I'ran lune 2;
Am bk Sitiioma, San I'ran lune 20
m schr Glrnd.ile, luinka luly I
li'.i I Ui N Wilcox, Livcipoo' July 4
Ur bk La.Utock, Livctpool July 35
tier bk J C Kluger, Bren en Oct 15
uerli. rati I lenberir, Liverpojl Nov is
rVni bk Martha Daus, Boston Dec 5
Typewriting, Engrossing, Draughting,
T-L M. MIST,
I-. prepared to undertake anv liusiness in tl.c
aliDve named lines. OHicc with Mr. V.. A.
ones; entrance Merchant Street. yj if
AN adjiiurnt'd meeting of the xlurflioldi'ts
of the Wainwnalo Sutrai Company will
In held on TI'UKSDAV, MAY 14th, at 10
lock A.M. at the office of Messrs. r.uic-
A. J. 1'arlwnnhl.
I . liUi.l li,
Sccrrtary Wai111.1n.1h1 Stiyai I'o.
Honolulu, lune ljlh, iXij.t.
Lime and Cement.
1'"or Sam: at
T. T. WATER HO USE'S
Queen Street Stores.
J. E. GOMES.
Manitacttkim; Jiwkii.k, and Im-
Diiiinoiiils, Watches, Silverware ani!
Fine !. wrlry.
HAWAIIAN - SOUVENIRS.
409 l'ort Stieel, llotiululu. 4, i(
RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
TH A 1 NH
1 ! Mill
A M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu ..8:45 1:45
Leave I'eail City 9:30 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2157
Leave Ewa Mill 6i2I 10:43
Leave l'carl Ciiv 6:;; 11:11
Arrive Honolulu 7130 11:55
A Saturday's only. C Sunday's xctd.
-saruraay t vaccpnd.
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamship will leave for and arrive fmm
San Krancisco on the following dates, till the
close of 1893 :
Kkom Honolulu to
From San K'ncisco
Alameda June 29
China July 10
Australia July 12
Wairimoo, (Van)jy zi
Mariposa July 27
Oceanic Aug S
Australia Aug. g
China June 19
Australia June it
Belgic June 27
Mariposa une 29
Peru July 7
Oceanic July 17
Australia July 19
Kio Janeiro. ..July as
Monowai. . . ..July 27
Monowai. . ..Aug. 22
Australia Sept 6
China Sept 19
Alameda. . . .Sept 21
Australia Oct 4
Oceanic Oct 17
Mariposa Oct 19
Miouera(Van) Oct 21
Australia Nov 1
Mommai .... Nov lO
Wairimoo (Vn)Nov2 1
China Nov 28
Australia Dec 0
Alameda Dec 14
Oceanic Dec 26
Australia Jan 3
CHyuf N York. July 31
Miowcra (Van) Aug 1
Gaelic Auk s
City r eking. .Aug 15
Australia Aug 1 6
Alameda Aug 24
Warrimoo(Van)Arg 3 1
Australia Sept 13
Mariposa Sept 21
Oceanic Sept 25
Miowera (Van) Oct 2
Australia Oct tl
Monawai Oct, 19
China Nov f
Australia Nov 8
Alameda Nov 16
Miowara (Van) Dec 2
Oceanic Dec 4
Australia Dec 0
Alameda. .. .Dec. 14
Warrimoo (Van) Jan 1
City Peking. . . .Jan 2
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
By C J. Lyons.
am. I fxii.
JOi 7'33 lo.40 3.i7,6.4 3.40
lb.tl.3os.l7.6.4a 4.40 6.40
iM 4. 5
S.40II.45 J. ITU. 43 7.5
I ; am. 1 ' 1
o 40'lo.4D 1.05.186.44
J.jo lj.as 1.30 5.18 6.44
fri..., 16 6. o
Sun... 116, 7.351
New Moon on the 13th, at 7.30 r-.M.
Tlnw Wliit(l How at ill. a8m. 34s. r.M. of Hono
lulu (line, which Is the same a lah. om. os. of (jreen
Ily the Government Surey. I'uUUheil every Monday,
BAROM. THKKMU :
Q I s
9 0.04 1
83 0.01 1
6 30.14 30.08I
Wed . 7
30.17 30 10,
9 30.1. 30.07,
. 10 30.1B 30. 131
RAINFALL FOR MAY,
Waiakca . . .
10.73 Niulii 200
10.67 Kohala 350
7.33 Kohala Minion 583
6.43 Waimca 73
8.38 Holualoa 1 boo
. . . Kailua 950
8,65 Kca1aVtl.ua ...1580
S.07, 1'aliata 1100
3.32 Volcano I ! ouc. 4xio
3.781 Volcano Road. .3470
2.13 Olaa 1950
1.77 Olaa Coff?b Co. 1650
2.02 Kaioho 50
3.86 PuhoiU 10
3.05 PohoiM 600
hlo (town). .
0.28 Ranch 2000 0.5$
Kaanapali, ... 15 1.33
ivuin. . 40UO
MOI.OKAI.-Mar.ulehu 70 3.26
ANAL Kocle 1600 0.86
2.22. Nuuanu 50
2,30 Nuuanu ....... 350
i.4o Station) 405
1.32 Nuuanu, l-.ua.
KulaoKaJiua . . .
a 14 kaha 1150
2.93J Ahuimanu. . . . 350
3.77 iKwa Plantation 60
t.thtie at. 1.25 Malmcli 0.0a
Kilam-a 4m. .... Ilananuulu . . .. 300 1.36
Hanalci 7 05 Molokoa 300 1,70
IJ. J. LYONS,
III clme of Weather Itureau.
SATURDAY, - JUNE 17,
At 3:30 p.m.
HAWAIIAN llASIillALI. ASS0C1-
ATI ON GROUNDS.
ADM 1 SSI OK :
AtlultH, 25 cents.; Ohiluron, 10 cent..
M. H. LOHEIDE,
Sign & Ornaniontal Painter
BELL TfiUKPIIONB 157.
ffcr All Orders Promptly Atlt ndetl to
SIXTEEN IMPROVED SPRAY
l'UMI'S, just received ex Australia, and
I' or Sale by
67 21 E. O. HALL & SON.
The Palace Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotel Strkbt, Honolulu.
Ice Cream, Sherbets,
Ice Cream Soda.
A Choice Assortment of
French & Plain Mixed Candies
Tea or Chocolate with Sandwiches,
served at all hours.
No. 1 Seaside Residence, adjoining the
premises of C. Afong at Waikiki. There arc
three distinct Cottages 011 the premises, all
furnished. Two with Cook-houses attached.
The grounds are extensive and well shaded.
Stables, Servants' quarters, llath-houses, etc.,
UnolHlructeil views of sea or mounlains.
Climate, perfect. Five minutes walk from the
No. 2 A Convenient Cottage on Emma
street, tuo doors from Deretanla street, re
cently remodelled and repaired throughout.
for lurther particulars, inquire auncoiuce 01
BRUCE & A. J. CAKTWRIGIIT.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
auainst I AMES LOVE, ate requested
to present same at once at the Office ol
HRUCK & A. J. CARTW RIGHT.
PALACE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Mrs. E. A. ATWOOD, Proprietress.
We still continue to manufactur the finest
IN TUB CITY.
Ls" Families and Parties supplied at short
notice. A fresh assortment 01 line
Frkncii Canihes on hand.
Delicious Coi fke or Tka, with Sandwiches
Try Our Ico Cream Soda To-day
00 I w
FOR a husband and wife or a lady, a
pleasant furnished room in pood loca
tion within easy reach of town. Inquire at
W. L. HOPPER'S
06 iw Cottage King st. opposite Palace.
59 a Nil 61 HoiF.i. Street.
Lodeine hy the day, week or month, 25 and
;o cents per night, $1 and $1.25 per week.
tnishcu or iinlurnished Cottages.
A BAY HORSE,
One white foot, brand "O" on the neck.
Or, ring up 511 011 the Mutual.
MRS. TUCKER'S Class of Skelchers in
Water Color meets Tuesday and Saturday,
..M. Any wislune to join the class, can apply
Monday p.m. at Mr. W. Hopper's, kinn
street, opposite the palace.
MRS. TUCKER is also prepared to cive
Lessons on Piano, in teachinR which she has
had lone experience. 491m
THE GOODS remaining in Mrs. Lack's
Store will be sold at Auction in the
salesroom of J. 1". Moigan,
Store Fixtures, Fire-proof Safe
Ammunition, Guns and Fancy
The Store now occupied by Mrs. Lack,
will be opened on or about the igth of June
by Mrs. Nicoll, as a first class Home Itakcry.
From Cultivated Trees, and put through the
proper process 01 preparation, vut
Picked when fully rine. nut throueh the
water lest for unsound berries, hand-pulped
and dried in Ihe shade in quantities to suit.
Every Seed guaranteed to produce a strong
healthy Tiee, with proper management.
Apply for price and particulars to
S3 f Pohoiki, Puna, Hawal.
SUGAR LOAF, SMOOTH CAVENNK.
Panama, Mexican and Ilermuda Pine
Apple Sprouts and Plants. May be seen
growing on the patent stock at our Kalihi
rine Apple Kancn.
l uces reasonable; apply to
1 G. CAMARINOS,
31 iw Cal, l iuit Maikel.
riMIE HEADQUARTERS OK THE Ex
X eculive Committee ol the Annexation
Club, corner Kort and Hotel streets, willbe
open fiom S a.m. to 5:30 I'.M. and from 7
r.M, until 9 I'.M.
All those wishing In sign the membership
loll may do so during those hours.
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