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THE JlAWAITAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1898. SIX PAGES.
HAWAII ON THE COAST.
NAT'VE VILLAGE AT THE
The Kilauea Cyclorama to be Moved to
the Midwinter Fair Other Pro
During his recent visit in San Frai
cisco Minister Thurston w.is not idle,
and as usual was engaged in pushing
Hawaii to the front. Among other
things he has secured from the directors
of the Midwinter Fair a concession
allowing the exhibit of the KiltUCa
cyclorama and the exclusive right to
exhibit and sell from the Pacific. This,
of course, will include Tahiti, Samoa
and other groups, the main exhibit
coming from Hawaii. The space
estimated to be r quired, and which it
virtually secured for ihe purpose, is an
acre and three quarters, or in
round numbers 70,000 square feet To
save time, trui ble and ( xpense. Mi.
Thurston has nude application for this
space in his own name but proposes t.
turn it over to a stock company upon
the lines of the Cyclorama Compart)
as soon as one can be formed, first as
signing to the Cyclorama Company
without charge Sufficient space foi
them to locate the cylorama. Tin
members of that company resident in
Honolulu view this propositi in with
favor and will probably organize a new
company very shortly to cany out Min
ister Thurston's ideas. These cannot
be explained In detail in the scope ol
this article, but the exhibit he proposes
to make would be divided into two en
tirely separate stcti. ns, one to con
sist of an exhibit by the Hawaiian Gi.v
eminent under the direction and con
trol of the company and the other an
exhibit by the company itself.
The following embodies the proposi
tions advanced as the outlines of the
Hawaiian exhibit, subject of course to
future modifications :
I'irst An Hawaiian village, repro
duced in toto on a plan similar to that
so successful in the "Street in Cairo"
at Cnicago. This would include grass
huts, fishing canoes, nets, household
gods, calabashes and other utensils,
and the usual paraphernalia pertaining
to such places. Connected with it is
to be a ma'u exhibition hall and six or
eight houses representing the Hawaiian
style of architecture ; a booth for sel
ling Kona coffee and light refresh
ments, and booths for selling Hawaiian
fans, mats, seed work, f ather work,
photos, etc. As additional attractions
in the village Minister Thurston pro
poses to locate a pond therein, a hun
dred feet long or more, upon which
may be seen one or more live Kanakas
paddling native canoes, etc. It is also
proposed to have several large tanks
containing a live man eating sh;;rk and
several other kinds i f Hawaiian fish,
and to send over four er live of the
riding bullocks such as are used in
Kona and efsewhtre. Tluse are some
of the details of the items which can be
put in the village to make it interest
The second proposition is for the
Provisional Government to make an
exhibit of its own from the Bishop
Museum and elsewhere of historical
relics, curiosities, etc., which otherwise
could never be seen outside of the
Islands. The company proposes to
take charge of these articles at Hono
lulu, and at the same time of all othel
contributions or exhib ts from private
sources, and guarantee the safe return
of all such as req .ire to be returned;
to bear all the expense 1 f ttie necessary
exhibition buildings and the running
expenses during the progress of tin
Fair; to take charge of all shipments
of fruit and island products which may
be forwarded, and see that the same
are properly cared for and placed on
view; in a word, the company takes all
the responsibility and does all the work.
In return for this a s nail admission fee
will be charged, as at Chicago, prob
ably twenty five cents.
Unless some such scheme as this is
carried out Hawaii cannot be repre
sented at the Fair, for neither the Gov
ernment nor the community are able to
bear the expense under existing condi
tions unless there is to be some direct
In addition to the Hawaiian village
it is proposed lo exhibit a South Sea
Island village, entirely separate from the
Hawaiian one and made markedly dis
tinct therefrom. A South Sea Island
theatre has also been suggested as an
attractive exhibit, in which native
music, songs and dances would be in
troduced. It is estimated that
an admission fee of 25 cents
to each if these attractions
would remunerate the company
well, while a large sum would he
obtained from the sale of privileges to
sub-concessionaires, such for example
as the COOCttsion for selling coffee,
curios, specimens, manufactures, photo
graphs, etc. Propositions have already
been made to certain p rties in Hono
lulu with regard to the latter ai d replies
will probably go forward on the return
PROBABLY A CANARD
San Francisco Speculations About Honolulu-bound
San Francisco pipers of August 19th
had a sensation about some dispatch) I
"which would op.-n another chapter in
Hawaiian affairs," bring received in
that city too late f r the Monowai to
bring them to Admiral Skerrett and
Consul General Severance, to whom
they had been addressed by the De
partment of State.
Accompanying the story was a press
telegram from W'js' ington conveying
Secretary Gresham's denisl thai he had
sent any important instrucU "s he-re.
So far as can be learned ru thing of
unusual significance wis receive d in
to-day's mail by the United States
officials. Admiral Skerrett says the
San Francisco story is a "newspaper
fike, and Consul ( lencral Severance
has no information which leads him to
credit the weitd tale.
What Mr. Blount Says About the Com
ing Hawaiian Boom.
The New York Sun prints this
double leidcd editorial in the issue of
August 22d :
We have not a doubt that cx Min
ister Blount, who has returned from
Hawaii, is justified in the remark that
"there will be a boom iff the islands,
which must enliven all branches of
business, as soon as certain matters now
in contemplation go through." The
chief matter to go through is the an
nexation of the islands, so thai Ameri
can law shall he extended over them
md pernnnent peace and order shall
be established in them When this is
brought sb mt theie will sure y be a
boom in Hawaii.
And Blount Said
A reporter went to Minister Blount,
And he said: "May I on your knowledge
To tell us some things we'd like to know
Of the way affairs on the Islands go?
For instance, that cane: were you distressed
When you found your name among the rest?
And did you vow a vengeance dire
In your ireful wrath and your wrathful ire?"
And Blount said: " ."
The reporter sighed, as reporter! do.
And he took a drink to pull him through.
And he said: "Do you think that annexation
Is the proper thing for the Sandwich nation?
Do you think the Queen should be restored?
And is her removal to be deplored?
Was Minister Stevens a common guy?
Or was his flabby brain awry?
And Blount said " ."
The reporter choked as reporters will,
And he drank again (Blount paid the bill).
And he asked "Are the Royalists gaining
And will a battle result at length?
And do you think the Protect! irate plan
Would please the Hawaiians? Say, how
would it 'pan?'
Is Spreckels really the Island King?
And are his notions the proper thing?"
And Hlount said " ."
Oh, then that dreadful reporter man
He drank ten diinks as reporters can.
And he saw eight Blounls where one had sat.
And he couldn't but wonder where he was at,
And he said: Do you think the Islan' beer
Is (hie!) ah go' aeh (hie!) 'ave 'ere?
Are Islan' folksh (hie!) 'clincd to drink?
Say, Hlount. ol' boy. w'at (hie!) zhe think1"
And Blount said " ."
William Paty, an uncle of our fellow
townsman, John H. Paly, was Collector
General of Customs at the date named
by our contributor, George W. Norton
1843- and continued as such until
1849, when he resigned and left lot
San Francisco, where he not long after
An Old Public Servant.
Kauanui, the janitor of the Interior
Department, died yesterday. Deceased
had been thirty years in the service of
the Government in different positions
and was a faithful public servant.
The Cyclorama is Booming.
Private advices from Chicago, re
ceived by to-day's steamer, say that the
business of the Cych rama is booming,
and that the attendance has increased
to about 2000 per day.
Miss Nellie Lowery is home again.
Mrs. A. G. Hawes, mother of Acting
President Hatch, was a passenger 00
W. H. Comwell and the Misses B.
and K. Corn well left for home on the
A. Hanneburg, manager of the
Olowalu plantation, Maui, is home
again from a tup to the coast
J. R. Renton, manager of the Hams
kua Mill Company, Hawaii, returned
by the Australia this morning.
Hugh Morrison and wile, of the
Makaweli plantation, Kauai, were
among the steamer arrivals to-day.
Mrs Penhallow, wife of the captain
of the Alice Cooke, accompanies rnr
husband on this trip of the vessel.
Win. Bessie, of the Spalding plants
tion, Kealia, Kauai, returned to-day
from a two months visit to the oust.
Miss E. B Snow of the Kawaiabao
Seminary returned by the Australia ;
also Miss Grace W rig 1 f the Oalai
w. J. Forbes, bookkeeper and
cashier in the office of W. O. Smith,
returned this morning from a trip o
C. F. Horner and wife, J. M, Horner
and A. Horner, who came over from
Lthelns for the races, returned on the
Claudine yesti rday.
Among the Austr ilia's passengers
were Professor II. Dodge and wife,
P. J. Frein and Professor A. 11. Lyons,
all of Oahu college.
Manager K. W. Fuller of the Hawai
ian Agricultural Company, Km, Ha
waii, and tils two children returned
from the coast by to diy's steamer.
Geo. C. Beckiey, the popular ursr
of the Kinau, n turned rather line
pei ted on the Australia this morning
on business for the Cyclorau.a C 111
paii), and returns again on the next
Brothers Francis and Thomas of the
St. Louis college returned by the
Australia from the States, where they
have been in attendance of a ( hurch
convention. They are accompanied
by Br thers Anthony and Thomas,
who will remain at the St. Louis college.
TIIK CYIXOIIAMA PEOPLE.
WANT THE OLD BAND IN
It Will Have All Fxoenscs Paid and
Get All Profits From Outside
News e ih s by the Australia that
the Cyclorama Company has sent a
proposition to the old Hawaiian Band
lo come to Chicago. The Oceanic
Steamship Company has agreed to give
the band a free passage up and back
again; the Occidental hotel has offered
free hard and lodging while en
route, and the Cyclor ma Company
has off red free lodgings and to be
responsible for all thc:r expenses dur
ing the peiiud Dl the l air; agreting to
secure all available pay engagements
for tin' band and give them all the pre)
fits. As the band boys are not in funds
and their cash receipts will not begin
until aftei tiuy reach Chicago a pub ic
Subcrlptlon will be asked to defray their
exp nses overland and to give the buys
a fund for incidental expenses and so
that they can leave their families some
thing on going away.
In a private letter Mr. Thurston
says: " This pi position is intended as
a pro Ilium publico one for the benefit
of Hawaii. There is no politics in it
one way or the other. Mr. J. D.
SpreCkels h s j lined heartily in the
effort to biing them over, ; nd there is
no reason why the ex Queen and Presi
dent D ile should n t head the list of
Subscribers toward the exp nses, if
tmy Choose t i do so. I t .ink it would
be a good idea if '.hey would, as it is a
good opportunity to shut that whether
we are Monarchists or Annex ttionisfs
we are all Hawaiians, uniting our,
1 ff rls for Hawaii's good.
The Cyclorama Conip ny does not
Seek to make any profit out of the
band, otherwise than as it may be in
Clden tally benefited by its presence
when pay engagements are not avail
able, and stands in the financial breach
in case sufficient p y engagements are
not obtained to covet expenses. I hope
that the proposition wi I be accepted
by the band and the c immunity in the
spirit in which it is made, and that it
will receive hearty supp rt of a non
partisan character which will serve to
soften some of the antagonisms of the
The offers made by the Oceanic
Company, the Occidental hotel and
the Cyclorama Company are certainly
most liberal, and there should be no
difficulty in securing subscriptions for
the comparatively small amount needed
for the overland trip and incidental ex
penses. Mr. Geo, C. Beckiey has volunteered
his services in accompanying the band
to Chicago and attending to the busi
ness arrangements en route. He re
turned by the Australia for this pur
pose. After the F'air is over the band
will probably make a tour, playing at
various cities throughout the country,
to the benefit of this country as a mat
ler of advertisement, and of themselves
Success to the proposition. May
the bind go to Chicago, with Mr.
Berger, its old leader and long time
friend, as its leader. It is understood
that the Subscr pt"rs in rod of this
purpose sggregated $500 in Sao F'tan
cisco alone, and that Mr Ber kley ha
secured a similar sum here this niorii-
FATE OF HOME RULE.
The Result in the Commons Will Soon
LuNHON, August 26. Without in
du gii'g in the premature exultation
which pre ved so fatal to Mr. Chamber
1 1 in's gteat opportunity a few weeks
ago, the frit litis of Ireland are con
gratulating themselves that the passage
of the home rule bill through the House
of C roro ns is last assured, Friday
next will in reality be the great day ol
N-iw that the end is in sight, the
Country is beginning to realise the
ttupi ndous nature f the task which
England's Prime Minister is about to
accompl sh. The significance and far
reaching c nsequence of the tec g
nitton of Ireland's righl to self govern
ment which he has wrung from the
British Co nni msarenowis minimised
by the certainty that the Lords within
another week will have rejected the
measure by a great in..j. r.ty.
No ind e ed 11 has been given of the
Government program regarding home
rule after the rejection of the bnl by
the Lords. The plan winch finds the
most support am ng the Liberal mem
Inrs, is for the present bill t be re
introduced 111 toe Lords 111 xt year, and
when rejected, the House to pass a
resolute 11 condemning the action.
The last stage ot the Home Rule
debate in the House f Communs will
begin on n xt Wednesday. This be
fuming of the end win be marked
probably by another griat epeec 1 fivtn
Mr (iiad-o ne, wm, will make the
motion for the third lead ng.
In this supreme, and peihaps his
final eff irl I r the Irish cause, the aged
Premier is iiktly to touch on a question
or two whu 11 the Government has
ignored so i.,r, in ihe exhausting and
exhaust ve decision of the bill.
The Radicals are confident that he
will speak from the hejrt concerning
the tine tentd rejection of the bill by
the Lords, anil many Liberals agree
with them that, without reference to
the hostile. attitude of the upper house,
Mr. Gladstone's speech mtist not be
found wani ng at the cti ical point
The Home Rule bill will be pasted
during the 1 1 i i .y night sitting. The
rule cl sing dib te at midnight will be
suspended by the Government, and at
about 2 o'clock the division will be
taken. This close of the six months'
struggle will be an nded surely with
scenes of keen excitement
It now has bei ti cided definitely
that the Home Rule hill shall be Intro
duced in the Hon--: 1 Lords Monday.
September 4th, and will be taken to
the second readil y on the following
A division will he made and the bill
will be n jetted on September 8lh.
Some sort of a compromise at the
autumn session is now regarded by
many as probable.
SUGAR IN GOOD DEMAND.
Kansas City Almost Compelled to Go
Kansas Citv, August at). The
sugar trust Squeezed Kansas City
during the past wetk, and from I'huis
day until this morning not a bit of that
commodity could be bought at the
wholesale houses. As a consequence
the supply at the retail gri eery itbrti
was exhausted. Several wholesale
houses received small ci nsignmcntS of
granulated sugar this morning and the
trouble is ovei for a time.
The agents of the sugar trust have
been acting as dispensers for this city
and have been in the habit of sell.nu
direct from the cirs. This is the Iruit
MI in and there has been so great a
d mmd that their supply was ex
hausted, and f ir the first time in
months wholesale men this morning
received shipments in carload lots from
the refineries at Sin FfanctJCO,
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
The Minister of the Interior adver
tises for ssle the lease of some I. nd in
The Oahu College and Punahnu
Preparatory School commences its fall
term to-d y.
Lo k Sing an opium fiend, was
iim d $75 and costs this morning in tht
Kolli e Court.
Frank G. dfrey is studying law in his
leisure moments and intends to adopt
;t as a profession
There will be a match race Septem
bet 23d between Lot Slocum and
Gerster for $ioco a side.
Ti e trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital will meet at the Chamber ol
Commerce Thursday evening.
A'n Leo's statement that the ex-
Queen has withdrawn twenty mrls from
the Kawaihoa Seminary is untrue.
lames Mitchell, arresttd yesterday
for being drunk, forfeited $6 this morn
ing for non-appearance in the Police
The case against Sherman,
barged with deserting the service ot
the Provisional Government was nolle
pros' d this morning.
Detective Larsen thinks the Skerrel
robbery was committed by a noted
Australian thief who passed through
here em the Warrimoo.
The latest report in native circles is
that the United States has given up all
idea of interfering in Hawaiian matters
and has turned the whole matter over
A meeting of the shareholders of the
Waimanalo Sugar Company will be
held on Friday next at 9 o'clock U.,
at the office 1 f Messrs. Urat e ana Alex.
The news received by this morning's
steamer did not result in any unusual
amount of hilarity this morning. In
fact, the demand for square-faces w is
decidedly light to-day.
Little Willie Macrtens, son of Win.
Maertens, who was injured from a fall
from a tree at Ofchtl College some weekr
siiue, has taken a change for the betur
in the last few days and is n w rapio y
Old Larceny Cases.
In the Police Court this morning W.
Hoopii pleaded guilty of larceny in tht
tird degree in stealing a quantity i I
dry goods from the store of II F.
Bhlers & Co. on July 8th, and wn
sentenced to six months' imprisonment,
.1 tine of $2 and costs. The same in
d vidua! also pleaded guilty of the
I .rceny, on J une 7th last, of a g Id ring,
two b ItleS of brandy and other small
articles of the value ol $10 from tin
store of F. A. SchaeArr & Co., and was
Sentenced to six m mths' additional
imprisonment, to begin at the expiration
of the fust term.
Specimens of the artistic work of Char
les Good, the nearly arrived ariist in ciay in
work, are now on exhibition at William;' Arl
and Photographic Ctalli ry on Fort Street.
Among ihem will lie found portraits of IV- .
dent Dole, ex Minist -r l'orti-r. ftx-Guve rnor
Kite of Kauai, Superintendent Brown id the
Water Works, and other prominent official
An Inspiration of Mr. Good's work Is invited.
Charg-. reasonable. jl if
WAIMANALO SUtiAB CO.
A MEETING OP SHARHII I. ti
ers nf WAIMANALO BUGAK l.
will hi- held on Frid y, Seppniihss Ith, 1893,
ai y o'clock a. m. .u lbs office of Messrs.
liruce ,v A. J. Cartwright.
BRUCE ARTWRIGH I .
gaoretaiy Waimanalo .Sugnr I ".
Honolulu, HtOL 6, I893. 138-11
A BUNCH OF KEYS PROBABLY
on Kon Btrest. A suttabla iew .nl will lie
given the Under at this office.
A COTTAOE AT WAIKIKI IN 1. (HH)
Order. Apply to
W. ( . PEACOCK & CO.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
THE AUSTRALIA ARRIVES IN
The Philadelphia on the Way to
Relieve the Boston Other
The .Australia arrived from the Coast
this morning with Brie-three cabin pas
senders and twenty-three steerage, and
thirty-nilte bays of mail. On August
joth the Australia sighted the Alameda,
bound in to San Francisco. The
officers report fine weatl er and f.uoi
Admiral Skerrett stales that the
Philadelphia left Callao on the 25th
and will stop at Acapulco for coal, ar
riving lure about the oth. This is in
lint with the information given in the
STAR same days ago, but wht h w is
disputed by a local contemporary,
The dredger begin cutting away the
big ledge of rock at the foot of Brewer's
wharf yesterday, but found it unproflt
able to work from the top, and this
mottling shifted her cutting gear about
di rty feet fuithtr out so as to get undei
The report in yesterday's Star to
the effect that the Steamer Waimanalo
l ad been sighted twenty miles 1 ft
Diamond Head was the result ol a
misunderstood telephone message.
There was a court-martial on bo.,rd
the Boston this morning, as indicated
by tin' jack displayed at the uiainyard.
The steamer V. C. Hall is being
crai ed preparatory to receiving a new
coat of paint and new copper.
It is understood that the drill en
gaged in yesterday by the Adams' men
wih be frequently repeated.
The Australia's cargo amounted to
nearly itoo tons this trip, which is the
lari M fni s ane time.
The bjrk Albert is expected to sail
Monday, the 1 8th, and not next week
as rep' rtcd.
The revolver practice target just
astern of the Adams has been wrecked.
The schooner Pele has dropped
down to I.ewirs Cooke's wharf.
The schooner Ka Hae Hawaii came
off the marine railway yesterday.
The Mikahala is discharging
cargo at the Inter-Island dock.
The Steamer James Makee sails
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6.
Diamond Hrad, i p. m. Weather
clear. Vnl Bgbb. N. E.
Wf.iinf.shav, September 6.
s S Australia, Houdlitte, from San Fianciso
From Port Townsendj per Alice ( ooke.
Sept 5 Mrs Capt Henfurfjow.
From M ini and Hawaii, pel itmr Mikahala,
Sept 5 Thomas White, T Akaiu. Miss Von
Holt, Mi Greaowell, Miss Soper, Mis talis
Haot, Mrs II Cooper, Mi" Route Siaiersan,
Mi-s 1 1 Grube, W Himerson, fssac Simerson,
Master Greenwetl (-'), Misses M and E Kau
bane, Miss M f ried, C F ChilliriRWorth, Rei
I l(aubane, It Makainai, II Lemon, M Kau
hane, Mi- L I! Kawaihau, Mis A Herbert,
Mrs J W Kuaimoku, Mr II Jones, Mastei
hmi-., Mrs C L Desha, Mi Kalnobao, Mrs 17
W Lincoln, Mi- N Lincoln, J K Naliale anil
3 children, ami 95 on deck.
From San Francisco, per s S Ausnaha.
Sepl 6 -Mr II ti Alexander. C F Alexander,
0 It Braddlck, . C Beckiey, Hruther
Francis, Anthony, Thomas, J Thomas, Miss
L A Brown, Mi-s M H Chamberlain, E it
Csstlen, Philip II Dodgi and wife. Mi- 1 dill-
r. Wm Eassie, E W Fuller and 2 children,
W J Forbes, Rev F Feith. 1 J Frefn, Mrs A
1. Hawes. A Hapebure, Mi-- N E Haaimund,
Mrs I. II K'Ti aial 2 children, Wm LibbVi Jr,
Mi-s N Lowrey. Mi-s E 1; Lyman. Mi-- I.
Lyon, A 1; I.). his. a 1 Lynn, Mi - Alice !'.
Mudge, Mi-s McLeod, II Morrison and wife,
Miss Patch, Mrs H W Patten, R Renton,
Mis'Jss Kenton, J Rsdin, ThcoASbaw, h-.
Mi-, B II Snow, Mi- A S Snow, Prof H M
-cott, B8harpj I'. C Saddler, Mi-s Grace
Wing, W V I) Wright, Misi K Pops, A M
Mahei, Round Hafluid.
Foi Kauai, per slaw Iwalani, Sept 5
Judge W A Whiting, 1. k Wilder, A s Hart
well and son, R More, C I' l'nngle, L Con
radt, A Schmidt, Miss Hartley, Miss Ionian,
I. M.ihlum, A Rosa ahd wife, Mi-- M iroon,
Miss Lindsay. I L Kaulukou, W. Ahford,
1 M Vivas, Clung Rim, Miss I.ucy Auk.u, J
A Magoon, and 50 on deck.
Am Mi Albert, Griffiths, for Sari Francisco,
. Mond .y, Sepl i.S.
Am bk Allien Besst, Kriis, fbi San Francisco,
wedneed 'y, Sept so.
iM PORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
Es -our Mikahslai Sao hies anaar. r2C
ba colter, 51 hags awa, 30 h ad rattle, 34
i) IN lu. les ami 73 p sen, Iru .
hv schr Alice Cookei 705,4s; feel rough
lun.lier, 141,401 I. -el 1 I , liinili.-r. Sua o
Inks, 6045 pickets, iuo.000 shingles ami s
Big poles, all fur Lewers & Cooke, joo pole-
mr iiauanaii raceme laejit.
VESSELS IN PORT.
NAVAl VI Sagl
U S S Boston, Day, San FitSailfllli
U Si S Adam-, Ni-l-,ni, San Pfancieou
Hswn selu Litis, Hitchtield, Jsluit, SSI.
Am bk Albeit, Griffiths, San Francisco,
Am bark Alden Bease, Frits, San Fran,
Am li- Discovery, McNeil, San Fran,
Am hr Alice Cooke, PeahaiMst, Paget S'd
ss Australia, Houdlette, San Pfancisco.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Am i.k Dei mil, Departure Hay
Am hgi J 0 Spreckels, S F (Rah) . .
Am ligi Lurtfoe, San F (Hilu)
Am hkl S (i Wilder, San l oin
Am bark Harvester, S F (lliln)
Am likt Ion aid, Lawn Island
Jap Slmr Aikoki Maiu, Yokohama,
Am lik Amelia, l'ug.-i Sound
Ass bkl w 11 Dimoad, Paget Sound ,
Am hk Ceylon, Baa Franrasou
Am bkl Planter, San Fianci-cu
Am selu Robert Lesrert, Paget Sound
r s s Philadelphia, Baa Fraa
p. ib Cool M rioaetb, Newcastle. . . .
Am hki Wrestler, Newcastle
Gel Sk I (' Flugei, Uremen
. . I use
. . Due
. . . Due
. . I Hie
. I Ut 5
. 1 lee s
ii Paul Isenberg, Liverpool,,.,
1... M urtha Davis, B isti
bk Nautilus, Llvei unol ....
FOREIGN MAIL SHRVICE.
Steamships will leave for and sriivc from
San I rancisco on Ihe lullomnf; dates, oil th
close ol iHy3 :
t-1" 1 Honolulu to
Sn Fram ISi ...
Austral!.'. .... Sept 13
Mariposa . . .Sep; 21
Oceanic S-p; 25
Mi. irS 1 an 1 ( ii :
Australl 1 Oct 14
Monowal Jci 19
Warrlim oVan)N 1 1
China .Nov 6
Australia Nov 1 1
Alarm ds No 10
M h iv-1 1 a 1 an) Dec 2
M San F'n isco
Australia S. pi (
China Sepi 19
a an I aliJSp 21
Alameda ... Sept H
Australia Oct 7
t leeanie Oct 17
Maripoas Oct 2fi
MtOWt rs( an) I let 21
Aastrahs Nov 4
Monowal .... Nov sj
China Nov 28
Aunt rails Dee 2
Alameda Dec 14
M loiters (Van )Dec 21
Oceanic Dec 26
It oil,. 1 Dec 30
Warrimi i VaaWansi
Mariposa . Jan 18
1 tceanic Dec 4
AnstiaUa . . Dec o
Marlposs .... Dec. 14
Warrimoo i Van) Inn I
t it v Peking , . . ;,n -
Aaetraiia an 6
Monowal Ian 1 1 .
1 le. .uiie Feb 12
Aus'.r.dia Feh 1 I
C hina . .
Morrow al .
Ala 111 1 da .
Australia . .
,. Feb 6
. . .I-. '. 24
. . March 6
. March 12
... A 1 r 21
Alameda Feh k
itralls Mai 1
Mariposa Mar .S
Lhlna Mar ;fi
Viirtrall 1 ... Mai ti
Mooowai Apt -
Australia , ..Aol . S
V une 1.1 .. ,.Mav t
Gaelic .May 14
utralia . . .May 2t)
Mariposa, ..M ay 11
Vustralia . . . lime 21
Alameda I une 7
Monowal . . June lb
Attst ralia June ifi
Marip. sa JM'y 5
Australia July 14
Monowai Aur- 2
Aasiraha. . . .Ada 1 1
Vustralia, .. . Inly 21
Maraeda. .. .Jniy 26
Au'ir.iiia. Kon i.s
Mariposa, . .. m 2
xusualia. . . . Sent 1 s
.Maun da .
.Si pt 8
. . 1 let 6
Moivev ai, ,, S et 20
Hy lh Cover meant Survey, PublUhtd every MeaeVay.
S" rtAK.oi. niEkwi 5 X - '
3 2 S3
Sun.. 27 3007 jo cj 71 I 0.0a 5; K-N J
Mun ...... 1 s. r. . f. t. . & .. . , .
lies, ao tt.11 ,0,,, fin I R. , .... 1, .
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jl 30 l6 3O.09 74 fc, O.Co 62 3-3
30.16300O 74 -3 o.oj 63 e-3
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
Bv C J. Lveos.
s 1 a 1 p
s H -
pm. I pnv am. .int.
1.15:11. oj 4.15 7.15 5.44 6.13
a . . Am S - ... - -
Mon . .
I lies . .
o 5.44 6. 11
6.30 5. 45 II. 1 1
: 50 5 45 f
r-5 5-45 . 9
j. 3a 5.45 ft. 6
10 4 15 3.45 10. 15 10. 15 5.4 S 7
New RWon on tlu 91I1, at 8. 11m r.M.
Tim.. vVbiarlS I. low- at th. jtit;. .is. l-.M. of Hono
lulu liine. vvhii li is the same as iti. otn. ..s. of titeen-
li.MLWAY vV LVND COS
Pr. m o 1 ut a ii .
R) kw a MILL
I' M. P.M.
r m. p.m.
3 43 54 J
I.tave Ilnnolithi S:4C 1:4s
I.' ave Pearl f'nv i:io stSo
Arrive Ews Mill 0:1:7 2:17
Lea v- i-'vv-i Mill . . .
Leave Pearl Oil y. .
(' Sunday's .
II v,il'iri.;.v '
A Satvtday'ii only.
A KIM'. JAl'ANKSI-: STEAMER
Das here first week ofaexi month, directly
from Japan, will lie despatched fur the above
port on or about
13th September, 1893,
inste.nl of Culara, as formerly advertised.
For freight anil passage phase apply to
K. OGfJRA & CO.
(II 1 uu..
102 iiml -1(14 hurst.
. I. f :i -- 5
and Ice Chests,
CHt IpflNfi I K s, BR0 'M s,
-ll in i KD8,
MilL'Sl A.Mi Ii AT TKAI'S,
nun vs PLANES,
CARPENTER S TOOLS,
wire i Li n ;i Ahjo m rTiNu. v.u .
1 O if
l 1 . I 1 : i
..I. ll i n
' i Mill I 10 I'll ti ll ' i .
M a i
A FINE NAPHTHA LAUNCH.
For particulars i-niiuire of
IAMLS B. CASTLE,
I 25 Im Collector General ef I ij'toms.
L. H. DEE,
I t iTEL STREET,
Between Fort and Bethel Streets
Typewriting, Engrossing, Draughting.
H. M. MIST,
Is prepared lo underlain anv busiaass in 'he
.iliuve nained im. s. (Ilnce'wnh Mr. E. A.
J' ; entrance Merchant Sireet. 50 tf
Mas Resumed Practice
ITs. 'i Bcrc .ar.ia St.
OFFICE HOURS: I to g A. M., I to j p. Mt
and 7 to S p.m.
iT9"Tioth Tele 'hone- No. 336. ni-tf
ONE RF.Volver ON THE WAlKlKl
leoa.!. Kinder will be rewarded by leavine
at this office.
Setter . (Hbbertieemettta.
IT IS EASY
but decidedly ot i..
have Your Wor'tc v. ...
We base our claim upon the
actual Results obtained in the
past, in the correction of all
visual defects, no matter how
We orrind lenses snecSallv
needed for complicated cass,
insuring an absolute fit.
Is this of anv value to vou.
or do you prefer buying your
Glasses at haphazard, not
Knowing li they help or injure
Would vou snve vour eve
sight for all you possess? Not
if you know it. Then giva
them proper care while y i
have them; and when you feel
they need attention, alwavs
H. F. WICHMAN
517 l-'ort Street.
rtie Palace Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotel StuCT, HOKOUTLV.
Ice Cream, Sherbets,
Ice Cream Soda
A Choice Assortment of
French & Plain Mixed Candies
CoSMi Tea 01 Chocolate with Sandwiches,
serveil ut all hours.
65 'y Mas. ATWOOD, Proprietress.
Call in ami examine the
NEW BUTTONHOLE MACHINE
Arui uur new stock uf
Fine Singer Sewing Machines.
Dethel Street, Honolulu, Il.-.mor. Hloek.
C. B By,
AlK'liri bX -
OWO- New Safe Ueposit BaUdlO.
IlONOLUlf, H. I.
rians. Specltlriilum, ami Baf srlauadinoa
K aa fw ev. iy deecriptioa of MuiMing.
Old BnlUiagi ucceesfulry remodeTted and
Desifne foi Inieiior Deroralions.
KlM or Uecbsaical Drawing, Tracing,
an i Hi aeprinilna,
aWUrawiiij; tut Booiu m MMSMMI IHuk
r 1I1 m.
The Central Market.
Always hov,- 1 n ham) choice Hid, Mutton,
Veal and Poultry. We n.aU- Saur;ls a
sieci;tliy. Oive IU S trial and be eoi.vinctd.
We have Ihe best. Our Coined IKef is u
th. vitj bast,
WCSTBROOK A (iAKKS,
tl ih Tel . himes 104. u.f
S. I'. QAAHAM, M as ai. 1 r.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Post Stssst, Bstwsw Horn.
Horn TXLSPHONCS No, 477.
t2 Connected with Hack Stand
('.urner kin;; and Hcihel Sts.
BOTH IKI.Kl'HONKS, No. lit