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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22Tl88l
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
nm san ntAXCisco.
Alameda Leaves Honolulu. May 1
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Hay 15
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOIl AUCKLAND ASD SYDNEY !
Stmr City of Sydney April 18
rou SAN rilANCISCO.
Stmr Zcalnndiu Mny 10
Hehr Mlllc Mori is fiom Lanal
S S Alameda from S F
Stmr Iwnlnnl from Hnmakua
Sclir Kawnlhini from Koolau
Stmr W G Hall for A'luduud ports
Sclir Luku for Koliolalele
StmrMokolll for Windward ports
Sclir Nettle Men 111 for Laliaina
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Kawallani for Koolan
Sclir Millo Monls for Lanal
Sclir Llliollho for Ilonohlna
Sclir Haloaknla for Pepeckeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Bray
Ship lmperator. Hols
S S Alameda, Morse
From S F per S S Alameda. Api II 22
Miss Watson, II F AVoods, AV O AV11
dor, jr, OT "Wilder, Mrs A Dudoltand
child. .lames Oswald, Miss Dora Grace.
Miss V GUlhaiand, S W AVilcox and
wife, .IE Lccoute. Sl-ter Benedicta,
Sister Martha, Sister Lepoldlnu, Sister
Carolina, F Pruiz, It Sutherland, wife
and child, C Fcrgif-ou. John Lyle, AV
Baldwin & wife, 1C G Thompson, Mis
M Olscn, John Corbett & 2 Chinamen.
The S S Alameda left S F April 15th,
at :i r m. First 2 days, fresh NAV & AV
winds, thence strong SW and AV winds
with squally weather. Barometer 20-50,
10th, passed a brig steering XE, anived
at Honolulu 10 ::i0 a m. Api il 22. Time
from wharf to pilot, 0 days 22 hours.
Sclir Kawailanl brought !S4 bags of
The stmr C K Bishop briugs 1002 bgs
of sugar from Kilauea and 1 ,300 from
The whaler Europa, Capt Baker was
reported off port this morning. She
has 85 bbls of sperm oil. She is the last
of the whalers expected here.
The stmr Jas Makcc will take the
stmr O It Cishop's route this ti ip. She
kails next Friday for AVaianae, AVaialua,
Kapaa, Kilauea & Haualei.
The stmr C It Bihop is to arrive tills
evening about 7 o'clock. She will bo
laid up for a general overhauling.
Capt Smith of the schr Emma has
been sent to S F to bring down Fred
AVundenburg's new steamer. This ves
sel is said to be about the size of the
Mokolii. but more powerful.
Stmr Iwalanl brought 5.200 bags of
sugar, 170 bags paddy, and 22 head of
cattle. The puuer leports rough
In this city, April 21st, to the wife
Mr. A. Fernandez, a daughter.
In AAroicester, Mass., U.S. Api 11 C,
Mary E., wife of Geo. A Brown, and
mother of C. A. Blown of this city.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-MOitnow is St. George's day.
All aboard for the Yoaemito
skating rink tins evening.
Jot Goss, the veteran pugilist,
died in Boston, Mass., March 24th.
AVi: lmye to thank Purser Sutton
of the Alameda for a late file of San
Footiiall on roller skates is a
popular game at the rinks in New
All Government schools re-open
on Monday morning for the summer
Tiikki: are 50,000 bags of sugar
in the warehouse of the Oceanic
Steamship Company to-day.
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A YouNii man to lake care of a
horse and mnko himself generally
useful is advertised for.
Havi: your music bound in n good
substantial manner, at A. II. Rase
niann's Book-bindery, GazetlcRloDk.
Mil. Adams' regular weekly cash
salo will be held at the salesroom
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Somk natives caught :i large alba
tross in the vicinity of the Marine
Railway day before yesterday.
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Read in another column of the
good things received by the Califor
nia Produce Co, ex S. S. Alainedu.
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Tun new buildings are being put
up on the recently burnt lot adjoin
ing Lovo's bakery, Nuuann street.
To-sioititow evening at 7.30 o'clock
the annual meeting of the British
Benevolent Society will bo held at
the British Club.
CoiiNicKs and picture frames made
to order, the largest and best stock
of mouldings to select from in the
. Kingdom, at lving Bros.' Art Store.
A touno person advertises for a
situation to do general housework
It look the German bark Meteor
27 days to go from this port to San
An interesting description of the
Prince of Wales' tour in Ireland will
be found on the fourth page.
Fifty shares of Hawaiian Commer
cial Company's stock wore sold in
San Francisco, April lGth, at 83.25.
Dion Boucicault, the celebrated
dramatist, will pass through hero
Juno 13th on the Zcalandia en route
Ip you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980. tf.
Thc usual weekly services will bo
held at St. Andrews, Fort Street and
the Bethel Union Churches this
evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Sixtv-fivb years ago to-raonow,
the first English sermon was preached
in Honolulu. AVliat a number thcro
has been delivered since then!
Tin: barkentino AV. II. Dimond
left San Francisco April 14th, for
this poil, with a cargo Valued at
80,890. She has 188 hogs on board.
Tin: beautiful play, "Rosedale, or
the Rifle Ball," will be given at
Music Hall to-morrow evening by thc
San Francisco Dramatic Company.
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Mn. S. AV. AVilcox, Sheriff of
Kauai, returned to Honolulu by thc
Alameda, accompanied by Mrs.
AVilcox. He has been as far as
AVlst, Dow & Co. have received
ex Alameda, wall pockets, guitars,
croquet sets, velocipedes, Root's
curriculum, rnelc Hawaii and song
folio. 1002 2t
At noon of to-day Lyons & Levey
sold thc stock-in-trade, book debts
and goodwill of the bankrupt firm of
Kennedy & Co, to Mr. C. E. AVilli
ams for 85,005.
Tin: O. S. S. Alameda arrived at
11 o'clock, C days 20 hours from San
Francisco. She brings a small num
ber of passengers but a good freight
Mn. C. A. Brown, insurance clerk
with Messrs. Bishop & Co., has re
ceived by the Alameda the sad news
of the death of his mother, Mrs.
Mary E. Brown, which took place at
Arorccstcr, Mass., April Gth.
Chaukcey and Charles AVilder,
sons of Mr. William Wilder, arrived
by the Alameda, looking well and
hearty. They have been away at
school for nearly three years, and
are glad to get back to their island
To-sioiiROAV morning at 12 o'clock
noon, at Mr. Adams' salesroom, will
be sold, one case leaf tobacco, one
case scraps and fillings and 900
cigar3, being the same distrained
from thc premises of Georgo Wood
for non-payment of rent.
The play "Rosedale" to bo pre
sented .to-morrow evening at Music
Hall, is something of a military
character. It would be a good idea
for the Honolulu Rifles and other
military bodies to turn out in full
force, they might make a few points.
The Honolulu Rifles had a splen
did drill last evening, preparing for
their full dress parade on May 6th.
Captain Aldrich has received several
new names for membership. Ano
ther drill will take place Saturday
Tin: case of McDade vs. Recipro
city Sugar Company, assumpsit, was
tried in thc Supreme Court to-day
before a jury. A. S. Ilartwell for
plaintiff, AV. R. Castle for defend
ants. The jury brought in a verdict
for plaintiff for $720 the amount
In AVcst, Dow & Co.'s window
may be seen a new Bong on black
paper with while staves and notes.
AVe prefer the old style, that is
white paper with black notes and
staves. This new idea will never
become popular, merely a curiosity.
Mn. Chas. Furncaux has just
completed two most excellent crayon
portraits of the two young princes
now at school in California. The
Governess of Hawaii took them
away with her yesterday on the
Kiuau to Hawaii.
Mk. AV. C. Parke, assignee in the
bankrupt estate of A. AV. Richard
son & Co. and S. B. Stoddard, has
paid off the first dividends. In the
former estate 14 percent was paid
last Friday, and in the latter 12 per
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The young native woman Akahi
died at the Queen's Hospital yester
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. Had
she been properly cared for at the
time when the accident took place
she would have been living now.
Someone is bcriously to blame in the
J. II. BitONS, Jr., has been ad
judicated a bankrupt on his own
petition. All creditors must nrovc
their claims before Justice McCully
at Ins Chambers, on Wednesday,
April 29th, at 10 o'clock. An as
signee or assignees will be elected at
Lewis & Co. received a splendid
lot.of goods on ice by the Akmedu,
amongst which are, flounders, crabs,
smelts, shrimps, carp, codfish, sal
mon, shad, oysters in tin and shell,
asparagus, wild hare and rabbit,
horse radish, cauliflowers, etc. Call
early with your orders if you want
Oxn of the stipulations contained
in the labor contracts of thc Japanese
immigrants is that the employers
have to pay to the Japanese Consul
in Honolulu, from month to month,
twenty-five percent of the wages
named in thc contract of each em
ployee. Non-observance in any
case would lender thc contract lia
ble to cancellation.
Tun subscribers to the stock of
the Papaikou Sugar Company have
accepted thc charter of incorporation
granted them, and elected the follow
ing officers : President, E. G. Hitch
cock; Vice-President and Auditor,
C. II. Witmore ; Treasurer, J. B.
Athcrton ; Secretary, G. E. AVhita
kel. Tun three and livo mile skating
contests for gold and silver medals
take place this evening at the Central
Park skating rink. Thc following
entries have already been made with
Mr. C. J. McCarthy: Five mile
race Dick Davis, Albert Lucas, A.
Kremer, AVillie White. Three mile
E. Hart, B. Whitney, J. Spencer,
The Calif ornitzn Athlete is the
name of a new publication, the first
number of which we have received.
It is given up entirely to sports.
There is a Honolulu letter signed
"Likikini." On one of the inside
pages is an advertisement of Benson,
Smith & Co.'s celebrated Maile
Cologne. A samplo copy can be
seen at Messrs. J. M. Oat & Co.'s
store, where Mr. A. M. Ilewett will
HE GETS $5,000.
The attention of the Supreme
Court was occupied all of yesterday
with the case of J. T. McCrosson
vs. AV. H. Cummings, an action for
damages for false imprisonment. It
appears a certain note given b'
Cummings to McCrosson was thc
origin of thc trouble, Cummings
stating that his signature was ob
tained at thc point of the pistol. A
suit was brought by Cummings to
have thc note cancelled, but judg
ment was given against him. The
present suit was brought by McCros
son for malicious prosecution, and
evidence was given to show that
Cummings had a good deal to do
with it. Quite a number of people
attended the Court throughout the
day. The case was tried before a
mixed jury, who retired to consider
their verdict at 4. o'clock in the
afternoon. After being absent one
hour they returned with a verdict
for the plaintiff, laying damages at
A CHASTLY CRIME.
A sensation was caused at the
Southern Hotel, St. Louis, April
14th, by finding in a room a
containing the headless body
mau, witli a note anying:
perish all traitors to the
cause." The room was
March 30th to AValter A,
Maxwell, London, England. The
body as it appeared in the trunk
presented a horrible aspect. The
name of the victim is C. A. Preller,
of London, England, a very wealthy
man, and it is biipposed that lie was
chloroformed and killed by Maxwell
on April 5th, as he has not been
seen in St. Louis since April Gth.
He has been traced to San Francisco,
as the clerk of thc Brooklyn Hotel
in that city says a man answering
his description had been staying
there a week. Ho registered utider
the name of J. Dalziell and left tho
hotel Sunday morning April 12th,
presumably for the steamer City of
Sydney bound for Australia. If
such is the case the murderer passed
through here last Sunday, and there
is no doubt the police of Auckland
will be communicated with, to search
the steamer on her arrival there.
Last evening, at tho residence of
Mr, and Mrs. IL W. Schmidt, Uerc
tania street, Mr. Christel Bolte was
united in the holy bonds of matri
mony to MiBs Lina Deichmann. The
ceremony was performed by the Hoy.
J. A. Cruzan in tho presence of only
the immediate friends of the happy
couple. The parlors were most
beautifully decorated for the occa
sion, and the wedding presents were
very numerous nnd elegant. Shortly
before 8 o'clock tho bridal party
entered the parlor in the following
order to thc strains of Mendelssohn's
"Wedding March: Master Charlie
"Weight and Miss Flora Glade, Mas
ter "Willie Schmidt and Miss Clara
Glade, Misses Tori "Weber and Uella
Weight, Mr. II. "W. Schmidt and
i;Tri7Vg1rT' 'I ii.''i
the bride, tho bridegroom and Mrs.
Schmidt, Mr. E. L. "Marshall and
Miss Unverzagt, Mr. II. Focke and
Miss Boltc. Tho bride was given
away by Mr. Schmidt. After the
ceremony a short reception was
held. Thc bride has been on these
Islands between four and five years
and 1ms won many friends. Mr.
Boltc is the head bookkeeper of tho
firm of H. Hackfeld & Co., and is a
gentleman with heaps of friends. The
Royal Hawaiian Band played a splen
did programme through the cvoning.
The happy couple leave on the AV.
G. Hall this afternoon for a trip to
tho Volcano, after which they will
take up their residence at the corner
of Judd street and Nuuanu Valley
road. The Bulletin joins in wish
ing them mmiy years of happiness.
TWO AS ONE.
This noon, Mr. John D. Johnson,
of Kainaliu, Komi, Hawaii, was
married to Miss Uwinl Turton, a
cousin of Mrs. Col. C. P. Iaukea.
Thc ceremony was performed by
the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of
Olba at his residence ajoining tho
Catholic Cathedral, in thc presence
of tho immediate relatives and
friends of thc contracting parties.
The happy couple leave by the W.
G. Hall this afternoon for their
future home on Hawaii. Congra
tulations. ARRIVAL OF SISTERS.
Amongst thc passengers by thc
Alameda were four Sisters of Char
ity, who have come direct from
Syracuse, New York. They were
met on board by His Ex. thc Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, who con
ducted them to the carriage of His
Majesty the King which was on the
wharf, and in company with the
Mother Superior who had come to
meet them, they were driven out to
thc Branch Hospital at Kakaako.
Father Leonorc was also down on
the wharf to meet these four noble
ladies, who have come to attend to
the wants of the t poor unfortunate
His Honor Justice Bickerton had
one of the narrowest escapes from
obtaining a brand new pair of white
kid gloves, a3 there was only one
case on the docket, that of Pahiu, for
drunkenness, and lie did not appear,
forfeiting his bail of $G.
AVe would advise all intending
purchasers of Solid Silver Ware to
call and examine the elegant display
of Gorham Sterling Silver Arare,
now on exhibition at store of M.
Mclnerny. This elegant line of
Solid Silver is hard to beat in any
country, and wo are surprised to
find such a variety of rich costly
articles in any store here. 1002 4t
Owen Dove, an English actor, re
ceived a verdict March 18 for SI, 500
damages against the publishers of
The Jleferee for unfavorable com
ments in that paper upon the plain
tiff's acting at the Avenue Theatre,
A SITUATION by a young person to
do general housework and scwinir
Address E. A. this office.
WIIEBEAS Ah Hue of Kipalmlu,
has left for Cliinn, and given
charge of his business to Won" Fook
and Kin Ue, and whereas said Ah Huo
is indebted to several persons and made
no prorision to pay hi creditor, said
Woug Fool: and Kin Uo have made an
assignment to Hyninn Bros, and G. Aio,
of the propci ty belonging to said Ah
Hue for the benefit of all creditors.
All persons having any claim againt
All Huo nro requested to present them
duly specified to the undersigned at the
ofllee of Ilyman Bros, within ninety
days. HYJiAN BROS.,
Honolulu. April 21, 1P85. 1003 lm
SVFRWMK COURT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In tho matter of
the Bankruptcy of J. II. UltUNS, Jit.
Before Mr. Justice McCully.
J. II. BKUNS. Ju., doing business In
Honolulu, Island of Ouuu, hiding this
day been adjudicated bankrupt on Ills
own petition. Itishcrebyorderedthatall
creditors of said bankiupt come in and
prove their claiuic before me, at my
Chambers, in Honolulu, on
Wednesday, April 2!, 1883,
At 10 o'clock a. in.
AND IT IS FUUTHEU ORDERED
that upon said cald day, the creditors
do piocced to hold un ELECTION
of an assignee or assignees of f lid I link
rupt estate, aud Unit notice hereof be
published in tho Daily I1. C. Advertiser
and Daily Bullktin newspapers, from
the 22nd to the 20th of April, and in the
Hawaiian Gazelle of April S'JIll,
Dated Honolulu. April 21, 1885.
Justicu Supreme Court.
Attebt: II l'.Niiv Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 1003 td
California Mice Co.
Hae received Ex Alameda, on lee,
.Xe-vv Culiroriilu. IViiIlw :
Cherries and Apples !
Also. Green Teas, Rhubarb, Asparagus,
and Fresh Butter in Tln, hermetically
sealed, a new article. 1003 2t
UPltEMI-: COUKT of tho Ila.
O wallan Islands. In tho matter of
the Bankruptcy of AH HONG
Before Chief Justice Judd.
Ah Hong anil Ah I.eong, doing busi
ness In North Kohala, Island of Hawaii,
under the firm name of Ah Hong Bro.,
having this day been adjudicated bank
rupts on thc petition of Messrs. 11.
Hackfeld & Co., It is hereby ordered
that all creditors of said bankrupt come
in aud prove tholr claims before me, at
my Chambers, in Honolulu, on
Friilny, Muy Ut, 1885,
nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
And it is further ordered that upon
said day the creditors do proceed to hold
the BLBCTION of an assignco or as
signces of said bankrupt estate, and that
notice hereof be published three times
in Hie Daily Bulletin and one time
In Hie Hawaiian Gatcttc nowspipcrs.
Dated Honolulu, April 20, 1S35.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justicu Supreme Court.
Attest: IIknuy Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 1000 St
AN opportunity to go to work, by a
young man who is willlug to
make himself generally useful. Is a
competent Book-keeper, salesman or
clerk. No objections to the country,
can givo city rofcicuccs. Knnuire or
nddicss J. B. AVISLMAN,
1000 lw General Business Agent.
ACOTTA.GK, of six looms, with out.
buildings, and hirgo yard, at 185
Fort Stieet, opposite Gjmmislum. Ap
ply on tho premises. 1197 lw
BY a JAPANESE, a situation, will
ing to mnko himself useful. Ap
ply to GEORGE TAKO, 59J? Berctania
will not be
X cives notice that ho
responsible for any debts contracted In
his name without his written order.
Honolulu, April 1G, 1885. 090 lm
A LITTLE girl from 9 to 12 years old,
to wash dishes and play with a
child 4 years old ; to the right one a
cood homo and wages according to the
amount of woik she is able to do. Ap
ply immediately at this olllce. 90S lw
HPHE STORE lately occupied by
X Samuel Nolt, in Campbell's Block,
on Foit Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. F. DiLi.lxiiiiAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 1885. 035 tf
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, having heard
X their brothci, Y. ALAU, intends
marrying in tills country, desire to in
form all concerned that lie is engaged
to a woman in China. AH "WA,
Honolulu, March lDth. 1885. 973 2m
Building Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots, for sale or
rent at Kapalnma, near the Nluhe
lowai bridge, on the Ewa side of the
lane leading to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Applv to "W. C. AC11I,
Law olllce of'W. R. Castle. 837 tf
'rilli: HOUSE and piemiscs situated
X in Nuuanu Valley, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to and
leccntly occupied by Samuel Nott. For
pirtioulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
:S Merchant St.
Honolulu, March ai, 18 jfl. 983-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
inform his numerous friends and
customers, that on the return of the
Mariposa he will reopen lus shoeing
shop on King btreet.
C. T. HOYT.
Honolulu, April 15, 1885. 990 lw
For S;ilo or Exchange.
rpHE HOUSE and premises No. 210
X King St., owned aud occupied by
H. N. 3IcChcsuey, Esq. This desirable
lChidence will bo sold or exchanged for
improved or unimproved propci ty. For
paitlcular.s applv to
092 2w AVERY & PALMER.
ANY AND ALL PERSONS owning
Lots in Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
are respectfully requeued to call at the
OITico of the undersigned, between the
liouis of 9 and 12 a. m., fiom Friday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st May, 1885, at
Treasurer O.ihu Cemetery Ahi'ii.
Honolulu, 17th April, 1880. 997 Id
ACCOUNT of depailure from
tho Kingdom, all persons owing
nm arc requested to make immediate
payment to L. A. THURSTON, 38 Mer.
chant Street, who hns a full power of
attorney to transact nil buslucw) for mo
in my absence. Ho is authorized to re
ceipt for all moneys duo mo, nnd to en.
force payment of 'inpald claims.
Honolulu, March 11), 1885. iiOO 2m
A FINE dwelling lot of over
four acres nrea on Nuuanu
Avenue, adjoining F.A. Schae.
fer's, Eq., with ancient water
light? In addition to Govern.
ment water privilege, well fenced and
impiovcd. Apply to
JOHN H. PATY,
or to J. E. Wiseman, General Business
Agent. 078 lm
British Benevolent Society.
rpHE annual meeting of tho British
X Beneiclcnt Society will bu held
at the rooms of the ISrilifh Club, on
THURSDAY, April 2IM, (Saint George's
Day), at 7.X0 i m. Arrangomentb will
ulo bo iniulu for the celebiatlon of Her
Majesty Queen Virtorin's Birthday. By
order. JAMES A. KENNEDY,
1)99 td Secretary.
NOTICE of SALE
Of goods taken upon a distress for
Bent. By direction of Jas. Camp,
bell, I am directed to sell at Public
Auction, al my Salesrooms, Queen St.
On THURSDAY, APRIL 23d
At 12 M. The following described
Goods, Wares & Merchandise
1 Case Leaf Tobncco,
1 Case Scraps and Fillings,
900 CIGARS !
Bclnjj thc same distrained from thc
on Fort Street, Honolulu, on March 23,
1835, for non-payment of Bent by said
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
Dated Honolulu, April 7, 1885. 0S3 td
A GOOD CHANCE !
TR. T. R. LUCAS will build on his
JLtJL Borctania Street Lots 3 or 4, very
which he can sell at
Baltics desiring a beautiful home in the
suburbs of Honolulu will never get a
belter opportunity of purchasing one.
Plans can be seen nt Honolulu Planing
Mills. S93 lw
The S. F. Dramatic Cow,
THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd,
Production of Lester Wallace's Buauti
lioiirtln or, Hie Rile lial!.
"Willi n J'owexTul Cunt.
Doors open at
at S o'clock.
TIOICICTS, 81, TSo. Sfc BOo,
Reserved Seats at Wiseman's,
Plan now open.
New York & Honolulu Packet
& BRO., 77 Broad street,
N. Y., will despatch a Di it
class vessel in this line, from
New York to Honolulu Direot,
on or about JUNE 15. Parties wishing
to avail themselves of this lino opportu
nity should forward orders as early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents, "
Honolulu, April 3, 1885. 980 1m
HOT DBTJISTS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to tho great demand for Hot
Cross Buns at Easter, and by request of
many of my customcts, hereafter I shall
HOT HUNS RE4DV
for my customers
Every Sntimlay Afternoon..
Guaranteed as good as the Easter
Hot Cross Buns. Leave your orders
Confectioner and Fancy Baker, Hotel
Street. 992 lm
MRS. A. F. MORRIS takes plcabiire
in announcing that she has leased
Tho Beautiful Seaside Residence
Of Mr. Allen Herbert, at WAIKIKI,
Honolulu's famous summer resort, and
is prepared to accommodate parties de
sirous of enjoying thc balmy air, unsur
passed sca-bathlng, and tropical rest aud
quiet of this charming place. Every
facility is ollercd for the perfect enjoy,
ment of this ideal watering place. By
fioecial arrangement Dodd'.s Line of
'Buses will tuko passengers to the en.
trance of tho place, when two or more
For terms, etc., apply to Mr. Cougdou,
Telephone No. 302, Queen St., Honolulu,
or to tho undersigned, at tho residence.
HUH. A. F. 3IOUKIM,
"Walklki Telephone, No. 257. Lessee.
Open evcrv Afternoon from 2 to G
and each Evening from 1 to 9J,
Admission 25 Cts.
Skates Free in Afternoons.
Tuesday and Friday Nights,
The ELITE CLUB Meets, and only
Ladies Admitted Free,
OX NUATI'.M 23 t'U.VTH.
Roller Coaster Runs
Monday, Thursday i Saturday Nights.
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