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SATURDAY, ATRIL 25, 18SS
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roll RAN PIIAKCJSCO.
Alameda Leave's Honolulu. May 1 -
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, May If. i
PACIFIC MAILS. S. GO.
; Tin: Hawaiian Mission Ulitlilrcn'fr
society will hold a meeting on board,
Vithc Morning star this evening.
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',. 1.111; Jiuuuniiii tiuuuuy Vsiuu numr
.V,jl3 illUJlli.ll illUUtllJll V" HIUIIUlll Ml
Mlnnnri nt. rtlr. I :pfil Hrmvn's nfllpp
kou Auckland and bydnky:
Htnir Auslinlln May 10i
rou san niANcisco.
Stmr Zcalnndhi May loi
Bgtno John Smith from Newcastle
Tern Reporter from Newcastle
Stmr Likelike from Knlmlni
Stmr Kinan from "Wind ports
Schr AVallelc from Mallko
Schr Khukai from Walalua
Schr Wnieliu for IColoa
Stmr Kihmea Hon for Wind ports
Sehr Emma for Walanao
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Likelike for Kalmlui
Schr Miumokawal for ICoolan
Schr AVailclo for Mallko
Ship Imperator for S, V
tl llmm .n Cln,. ...Ill ,.. onll Tni-llmi
ei,Ji'1"' M,l,& ji.ii mil nui.ii o.in avi. uu
fpjSouth Sons. She is preparing for the
Pa Tin: Boston Herald in speaking
gMof the constant increase of the gnuicBflthcrc the place was doomed
Ki3of baseball sa3-s "even one reads ofgMoccupicd by a Norwegian
gaJbase ball matches m Honolulu.
every nouse in inc cuy ana suuurus.j! at the time. The woman was
therefore you could have no bettci awakened by a crackling noise, and
sMmcaus of advertising your wares. tffljoon found out that the place was
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Sto ban h rancisco, on a sailing vessel,
jjKcan do so by applying to tlie captain
U1 111U Blllll -LIHUUlUlUi WlllULl lUilVet
VESSELS IrJ PORT.
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Bray
Ship Imperator. Holx
Brlg Allie Rowp. Holland
S S Alameda, Mor-e
Bgtno Clans Sprcckels, Drew
Taylor. E M AVnlsh, Mls M C KinncylS , litTliilinii?n
Mrs O K Batehelor, ,f 1) Martin. Mr c$slol,e "Sla"ousc-
:V Mn. Thomas Stevens has
V. Oroacr. 5 children and servant. W H & '
Hastings and wife, Mrs R 1 Hoc and 2w
riiuuiuu. auu ..x ucuh. .1
the sun rolls by" is n
for the troops in the!
Allan, and ho thought the Music Hall
flit no Mi fltrt 'Plirt ttnif tirt tnnf- -ftj-iti.
the Hotel to the Hall was a cnution.R
nun a is n lortunato ining no ones?
was in his way. Of course he goly;
sold, but he was once burnt outfcf
n.lltllt til Vi.rril1iM r1!!,. niifl If lio l.ntPrf
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10 go inrougii it again ne wants 10
I UV lldllnl rrnallnl illtl1ia.nillP
-ij ...... .i.tui kwj... .vm j.hiii..
'tiinntimr tt'ill lin linlil nf flin vnotri. ci 'flJio xr . i
.... ...j, ..... .... ...v. ..v ... .w-v.j v. jrjio uimiui sirecL
the Jiethol Union Church this even- (t&
' '$ r1.. T !! "f! 1 .... nAnHH.b
xi J-in. iiuwtiuiui iUissiuimij siuuuiui
o'clock, a small thrcc-roomed cottage
on Lihha street, near the match
xfactorv. was burned down to the
ground. Iho lire alarm was rung,
but by the time the dcpailmcnt got
8'ind her two little children, who all
xi lau a verv narrow escanc. une on
i.i.r.Tis goes into nearly ft the children, a little boy, was very
i in inc cuy ami siiuiirus,tll at the
r .. i. -i -t ii. -f.i.i.. jvi
At the first stroke she went into an.
PASSFNfiFRR. S rm: Kev. Artliur bmitu will speak ffl A KUNAWAT. tanioiicu nr. Trousseau and Mr
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From Kalmlui per stmr Likcllkc Apr r-feat tlie i. M. L,. A. Hall to-morrov,HM i,nSt evenintr shortly after four?,SnnriAvrirli(-
rH.-.1 ' " nuor, u .MiKayama, i Aiau.Ls anernoon ai ; ociocic. siiDject. o'clock. Mr. Emmcluth. tinsmith. W
Siliinry A Vnn IJfivntllilorniv ,M M ' r . l. -1 il.T?.l.l.. JVI .1. . . 'I'jn
-'. ' " ' "". MY." "."'' "".."" -'" . uussous IU IIU uruwa iroill U1U JT.UUV l-airna rifliurr nn inran vie .-. w inn nf
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the corner of Lort and Merchau
streets, the bit strap cave way and
Austin, M D Monsarrat and servant, 3i R: --"onias nievens nas jusi m tho horsc became unmanageable
unmese. i prisoner ami 1-1 ueeiw -naiuriBii iiuih liuw xoriv on journey uhj ,!, i.Vrl tvrn(- t.lm oniJ
Vmin V inilu'ni'il noils npr stmr Ki- XI nrmin.l lin .i.l .. n Mm.nlo T m ""'v,"fa v.v... v I
. .."'".. ' " if. """" m'- mw.iv. ui. i ulwuiv. J.1J 5K. ,, ni. .1, rttll.-.M nf nnni.pli.nAl
nan. Ami! 25 U .1 Jos. 11 Houter. l :f,.!... i. firi i, i...i,i ,.:!. 5 '"" " ",u " " '""' o.i.,
M Mater, W 11 Holme,
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Vy JL UilUUUK, X' .llllU-, s .1 I'.lllv, i Ifl. rr
Aipiuil. Miss Annie Mills. AAVKrmlilio. W
E AV Kaunamano, "V Y Horner, J GsS T,IH noon, Mr. James Morgan,
. r. . ...... .. ..aiuilliu tuu IIUL1U Ull U U1UJ U1U. J.II
Vi Soutcr. F S: an interview he stated he should visit
II Uastle, u lis,, c. i 1 t 1 i
U .T Falk M1s4t'1c Sandwich Islands.
If von want a nice shoe, boot.
ilipper. or any kind of children
ijshoes, L. Adler is the place for it.En
Viinw Uvo. Sin inni. iii'innfrorl In rrnlV.-
. t . . . iyi" - --. j.ww au" rt "'
any person wisniug 10 enjoy a irnn?3n, i,ii,i,. n i,i ,.. ,mMn iv
-. "- ... - - ritJVUVi viikviivu uuit uiiv iniw ijuirf kur.
Ilnrrll, Capt Jackson, T) V Sanford and ijfor Mr. Adams, offered the entire
son, Master Jackson, J M Gnill & wife. ' piant 0f the Hawaiian newspaper for
wy....M ....v...... . .....u.., .. ao i
A Sudden Stroke.
lif . - . .
morning, shoitly after twoMlliO belOVed UUeen dies at
1 :50 this afternoon.
LATEST FOREICN NEWS.
frcnernl 'WoIsi'Irv snvs lio has tin
iftidca of iibandoning his intention
jrJnf rni'niiliiriiiir Klifirlrintu in Hit
ar......:.: ' "
5a A nnlilnirr.iin W;i rnonivnil nl
t'Ji. ,. i. . ... ....
iKiui, iuninc, on iprn izui, an-
noiincing the arrival at Dublin ol
the ship Louisiana, which left San
I' rancisco on October 14th of lasl
year. The vessel was supposed to
have been lost.
Twenty thousand unemployed
?.lu nrl.Mllnti mnf in llt.rln IJnL T n.i.
ui'ui.iiiii.11 inviu in .. , . . ...n, t.u.1
wioii, on April l-'tn. J"ivc platforms
ISitiiad been erected, from which
speeches were made. Resolutions
wero adopted asking the Govern
ment to reduce the workinc dav to
jfijeight hours and to provide public
fli worn lor Hi
i iioro was
tait $yAl,ril 1-Hh, between Captain K.
Jennings, formerly of Ilcrllritai
HeiwjjMajcsty's service, and Duncan
save anything. In one of the rooms
Jjlin linil i cnrln wnlnl' alnnil nurl ntv
Bvlfcw small wares. The house wnssi
filed by Frank Luctwcaka, whoKjonce telephoned for Dr.
i .! .. J I. TT. i-J
t& Now is the time to have yom ffl?,cc 8 n sora uJm,B U1U u.n,.0DKnn(l he hastened
r.sl . iSibeed warehouse, and was not ni-Ks
rVrrAa,,TP. Tho origin of the fire is aor side.
L,aiw"",v " -.VVii. OfcJ . l -i. "I J.vd OJ,, ,. I.,, 4l,.n a n (. nun
te .nann's Uook-bindery, Gazette Block. a,""ft:n ZJ l. -Z "'
m K."i critical condition,
Our pages were just going to
press this afternoon when the stait
nng news readied us mat HeiUpIajcsty's service, and Duncan C
Maiestv the Dowairer Oueen Emnm3Iossi tlllJ well-known athlete. The
died at ten minutes before 2 o'clnekJW
this afternoon. hjx
It appears she was seized with an
apoplectic attack at ten minutes to
Miss Pcabody, her maid, at
SEVERAL, liullding lots for dale or
rent nt ICnnalnma. near tlm Xltilie.
lowni bridge, on tlio Ewa side of the
lane leading to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Apply lo vt . u. auiii,
ic uncinnloved. taw olllco of v. 11. Castle. 837 tf
i tiltinir contest in &
San Francisco, on&
imiuiiim KMiMKi' linnet ircneia uv u'-eni . is a
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X jompeterit HooU. Keeper, salesman or
Mcik. No nlijectlons to the country,
jVj;;m ir'vo CUY ruiuieiiees. i.iiuune or
.:.b..i.Iu...m l1 it .it;.. '...:
., i i ... . HIIUUIL'31 II. ij 1 JlJ'llill.ll
mail aim lliaSKS, ami dCninimS UOrt 5ainnn !. .mnrnl lln.lnnaa Airptit.
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a iuiiuu une iioss uounsucu a sam e.
After several tilts, with about even M TO LET.
'i A oi'I'orllMdty to goto nork, hya
ii; . young man who is willlu to
?vv imiKe niinscit geneiaiiy
r'Illllilll l'111.fl mnlllll ml ...... .!.. t i
n'nlnrkfeJ ... " :,..'.. "'. .",' ' "l.r...uu"1? "'ffllddrciw
w-iuiuii unit masKs, ami ucnnimrs uon
with nil speed tolS
The Doctor at once saw she
jscorcs, Hoss struck Jennings a blow .
iiiai KiiocKcd ins Helmet off ami a J in
fractured his skull. It was vcrvtflKoynl
doubtful if the wounded man would
survive his injury
ijjyrcccntly occupied by Samuel Xott. I
jHpartlculars, apply to
?A L. A. THUnSTOX,
Tranpop an animal into a sailor.
am a woid of cicrht letters.
gj.My 2, 7, -i, is part of the body,
My 1, 5, ;t, 8, is a family,
My u is n vowel.
Mv whole. Is niinin of !i streel
.convulsion. She rallied so far as to3 lulu.
sale. It was knocked down to Mr
Cecil Brown for S2,000.
Secuke your seat in advance al
Wiseman's and then you will not
Slinr ivinnii lirniirlir.:tl liesiil nf nnrtln 'v-1
2 horses. r2 green- hides, 20 bills goat !5?havo to stand to witness the pcrfor-R
skins and CO ply of midry. mance of Uncle Tom's Cabin atb
auiu-JiiiieiiiiB uiuiifyii, i,w-o uaf;N i jius,c Hull this CVCllilV
sugar, ii iime- sinii 1 in ks di cum umi y ;
i.uiiitui;'.. i i ... lit ... .
Schr Waiclui will Uiko a Chines llsh- xiin auencmucc at last evening's
boat to llanapepe this trip. .jjjsale of bpainah fans, varied warcBjS1
a iiu nuiiL atiu oi:iiuiiiiui iiuit:u ul iiii-aiui uliiul ftJiumim yuuus, l)y ljyJW;i
nuim on i niirsuay iic.m wiiu a general & Levey, was very well attciided.E
cargo fi oin &F. :, Aa ti,n ,!, ,. ,, on) , M
The bktne Katie Fliekinger arrived f "'" "' "v-' ""' "'" "" "Hfi
this day with coal from Xeweastlc. -asuccess. l:
jiic icrn Jieporrer amveu inisani. uuj'ji . ,, T , , .
(lavs from Xewea.tlo with coal. She & A Riiodi: Island jury wero live
will enter at this poll and then proceedi-Hldays debating on a hog case, involv
to Kalmlui to u-cuarjrc.
uoou weather in the ehannel. I'icKeuEia,,,,,- i, ,i ,. ,. . . ,. .,.'
up a fih-boat in mid-ehaimel this a i1'"!1 are opened to the public this
with 4 natives in it. The Kinan will gofepvening. Remember their store is
on the marine railway immediately sif-Gr3on King near Alakea street, and
tertno AUle Howe is launeiieil.
Tim bktne John Smith arrived this?''':
morning with coal from Newcastle.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Unci.i: Tom's Cabin to-night.
i wo large second nanu snow casesinressly for island
are advertised for. tsVill
, 1.1TU1. fg
Qnvnn flnllnva nnrl tlinn lomi in K.
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..rS .oKran'!0rSnfe;fon? ? l'ognotguilty,adrecom-
.Us of sugar ready for sliipinent at 3ra-rael!(lea both Plaintiff and defendant
hiikona & llilo. The Kinau could notEf t0 tle mercy of the (Jourt
take in anv susrai on aeeount of inces-EW
"sant rains since Thursday. Steady rainjra Thkuk
lor -is hours at Konaia miu ivawainae.fcgjrellcr &
ran foul of JUr. Ilcruert s wagon
In the vehicle were that gentleman
and another, a Chinaman and a lot
of sugar cane. The Chinaman was
thrown out, but catching on to the
wheel saved himself from being
dashed to the ground. Some of the
sugar cane was also thrown out, and
the wagon springs were dislocated,
by the shock. The collision, how-
able to walk round Iho room.
But a second stroke came on, fol
lowed very soon by a third one,
which took her off at the hour
of the body
I. Part of a ship.
Til f ni n il Ktiv i nin iirnnt' 4 I uniiratK'
"A " """" "" ""6"ra
town like lightning, and consulara-a
and other Hags arc flying at half-
smast in all directions.
Her Majesty was born January
?;J syuAiu: woni) n
Xi 1 A mlllnvnl '1 I .rli.l'e
tj, .. . ..... . . H11
3. Part of a, hoe.
rftinJiSnd 183'and -sequcntlywasa O T. B
ct and was only stoppcdlittlc over forty-nine years of age. ftx,os"",icii;ll.:!Jro","il' X
street. Havimr kent hisWuiin -oa ,ii..:n,i i ir..,i...,.,i.., i? 'V. 7.. .. '....':' i,!.si.'.,.1..'...:....i i.'.
on JNiuuinu street. Having kept niswshe
:uldlc all the time, the rider re-fe:
ccived no injury.
was married lo Knmcliamclia&i! Answers to Xumcrical Kniginas 10
June 19th, 185G, and was left ai:
is bound to be a rush atl
Ilalbe's ice cream parlors,!
feJthcir creams cant' he beat.
If you want a new boat, a scow
KHora surf boat, or any repairing done,
bnthe place to go to is E. R. Ryan's
fcjboat shop on the Lsplanade. He
j&keeps oak timbers imported ex
use. ijivo inm a
N. S. Sacii's advertisement has!i The slmroholflnrs nf tlm Pnnifit
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oeencnangcu in io-(iays issue. KcamuAUommerciai jluverciser Company
it. &piave accepted a Charter of Incorpor-
Mation granted to them, and elected
Tin: cottage No. .), Wellington
Place, School street, is advertised to
All Government schools will
open Monday morning at nine o'clock
for the summer term.
i5ine iouowing onicers : 1'resident, li,
jjwj. ureignton; secretary and Trcas
-yjurer, L. M. Mather; Auditor, "W,
MM I4j I.iiv
,.n tl - ---.. .i
Tin: foreign jury are required to;
be at the
Puusim Bcckley of the Kinau re
fejjporls picking up a fishing boat this
Kjraorning in tho channel, containing!
,glfour natives. They had beeu outgSand 83,000 for land, three dissenting.
Supreme Court MonclayBV"ur ." i w i xlloy " . uecu10iug3
10 o'clock. raabout thirty hours without food org
Cf.JiiTO 4-mi nl ittrxtm umililn 4-n. .a...
"M"'"." anil iwu iiuailiu iu IUIV
Minnons and mirror plates, witliSV"11"0" lrom lvooluu with the inten
,11011 or coming 10 lionoiiuu.
street will re
cleared out nt cost.
Uazar on Fort;
VERDICT FOR $6,000
Tho SunreniG Cnnrfc was ncntini(rlEnftin nrl tS A( nnctu
Vj 1-- L rv v v".'" -wi-o.
W all of yesterday in hearing the cascSSJappearcd for him. Youncr "ra wasg?
moi o. ni. iicrring vs. vomnnssionersKKtned on a charge of
J to assess uainages. it was not con-Jjjpncuens lrom a native. After licar-j
lciuueu, ami came iip again xmsjing evidence lie was found not guiltytej
fiiiuniiiig. xno pininiiu cianns uam-canu discnargcd. ilr. u. JJrowu w-lfm
H r .i e ... i.r- SEJ i .. ' IMS!
a"uaiur iviin.'i tiiueu iiuill iim luu-K.'.t JCaiCll 101" llllll. k
fmisespy tuc Uovcrnment for
I'm: picnic of the Excelsior Lodge J
Tin: members of the HonoluluR? wiuoii is now being held out at Mr.
Rules should not fonret the snec alBJJAI"" iieroeri's waiKiki residence
ALL ABOUT HORN.
Smith Hello, Brown, what
you got in that large parcel?
Brown That is my usual weekly
purchase of candies and cakes from
b. Horn, the Hotel street eonfeo
tioner. I dare not go home withou
Smith How funny! 1 am just
going there myself for candies, they
ire so pure and well made. The
old chap thoroughly understands his'
Brown Yes, that is a fact, he
does. I never go anywhere else.
His stock is so varied, and also
cheap. My children cry for his
candies. Ah, here is my express
Good bye, old fellow.
Smith tiood bjre.
itoJiviflnw lur liia .lnnfli i. "NTi.
1 Ins is nnp nf Hin cjnrnef lim.nnvnJ
S3... ii !-.. , ...... hA
rauiuuis inc imuiMi uus ever susiuiiiuu
RaAlrcady the house of mourning is
K3&4lnmirvn1 1... 41. rlnr..! it ...! W
kuiu.i.u hlV blJU lllilll VllUUll ti IVUUII-
Received from A Perry and V I'ernandc.
ANSWKKS TO LAST 1UZZI.I.
To Square Word
THE UNDERSIGNED HEltEDY
gives notice that ho will not be
responsible for any debts contracted in
Bills name without Ills written order.
Honolulu, April 15, 1833. ' !)0C lin
THE UNDERSIGNED, having heard
IJL their brother, Y. ALAU, intends
Imarrylng in this country, desire toin-
form ull concerned that he la engaged
l:o u woman in China. AH WA,
Honolulu, ilaich l'Jlli, 1835. 073 2m
Building Lots for Sale.
"ruiE HOUSE ami premises
JL in Niiuiimi Valley, opposite Iho
and premises situated
Mausoleum, belonging lo
br Honolulu, March 'il, 1835.
38 Merchant St.
P A NY
m l. Lots
AND ALL PEUSONS owning
JMuunnu Vnllcy ucmclcry
ire rcsncctfully reouested to call al the
ODlcu of the undetplgueil, between the
hours of !) and 12 a. m., from Friday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st May, 1885, at
A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Treasurer Oahu Cemetery As3'n.
Honolulu, 17th April, 1885. !)97 td
and wailing countrymen and
who feel Hint they have los:
:a great und a good mother.
ACCOUNT of departure from
the Kingdom, all persons owing
payment to L. A. THURSTON, 38 Mer
chant Street, who lias n full power of
ittorney to transact all business for mo
m my absence. Ho is authorized to re
ceipt for all moneys due mo, and to en-
lorcc payment ot unpaid claims.
Honolulu, March 13, 1685. 8011 2m
A FINE dwelling lot of over
four acres urea on Nuuanu
Avenue, adjoining F.A. Sehae.
fer's, Emi., willi ancient water
lights in addition to Govern.
inent water privilege, well fenced and
iuipioved. Apply to
JOHN II. I'ATY,
or to J. E. lsemaii, General Business
Agent. " 078 lm
HOT 3BXJIVS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Before Police Justice Bickerton.
jk.iuu, iui luiuuuy ui ll ll nun. cull-
taining clothing, and also assault and
battery on Ah Chan, was .remanded
niit.il tlio ORtli "VV nMT.illni.nii
....v.. w..v. wi.u ii . v A.ii.iiyi mi, vvj
(linrrrerl willi nsnlllt. niwl lintlorv niil
V$7. :: V" .'J .ra
&5j&uiKa, was lound guilty and lincdwy
iedWiSlO iiiifl S.n.40 nnstx. 7Xr l?nsell?H:
Ttorsflai, April 3011,
Owing to the great demand for Hot
I Cross Buns at Easter, and by request of
many of mv customeis. hereafter I shall
HOT MUNS 1CKADV
for my customers
jKvery Saturday Afternoon.
Guaranteed as good as the Easter
Hot Cioss Buns. Leave your orders
Confectioner and Fancy Baker. Hotel
Street. !)U2 lm
Olakiki reservoir, lvinncy As I'eter-J.a
son for plaintiff, the Attorney Gcnc-a The Court room was crowded thispoif
rai lor uciciuiams. ai
itr.liiirv retired and after
aaonc hour returned with a
plaintiff awarding him 2,500
TO NICHT'S PLAY.
noon incfca'uoriiiug wiiu jiuiiameii, no iiouuu-.-j
bcincr absent&2attractcd to hear the charges of cani-fiSi
verdict forcing preferred against a number offe
stheir countrymen, and set down fortfa
atrial to-day. The first case on theth
meeting this evening at the ArmorviW9 a g''eilt success. About two
. .--. Bjuuiiurcu are out mere, ami no oeuer
Mh. K. It. Miles, of the IlawaiianKday could have been selected, the
Hotel stables, has a few gentle familj'Kawcatlicr being perfect. The Re
horses and sets of single harness forwlformntory School Band is playing
s;iiu. KKtSuieuuuiiu ;iu unci vuis
'' i..i. i. K?3 .
A smai.i. oval tin box containing!!! Tin: schooner, Ida Schnauer, ar-
about 885 in gold'and silver is ad-ffMnvcd at Kahului, last Wednesday
vertised as lost near Makanui's placcnight, twenty-six days from San
Punahou. EJKFrnnci&co. She brought a large
number of hogs. Tho weather was
,",3u uiiiui iiiai mc Kcuoouer was in
ggdockct was Leo Tunc, charged wilhUd
house-breaking. He was remandcdK'J
n-aniii.il wiu -lii. jii ui, iui uiivii.l;l;-i
(-iCAnf. lll'nnornliAiici linim lnnn
vavow lilvuuiltLluiiij llttt UULlluJ . .. .
made by the San Francisco Dramatic" ";aB0,VT1Ul0l,t a. 't:en8C' as UncU!
firt .:.. ... .1.- i.,- ...vs.9xu anu C03is. rue raminir cases
ayunUjaiiy iur uiu pruscuuu.on WMnrnrn n. .. -. ., . .m
Mr. Stnivo'a irmn tiini-nl i mm.. W9"""' "" '"'"" "1' u m umjuBi:
Uncle Tom's Cabin, at Music IIallu,usucu
this evening. All tho characters infd
athc play will be presented by the
company. Jn the third act, theV
..... . . .;
grami juuiicc, a numuer 01 ncgro
.in.i:n ...:ii un ..:.... i... v.
uiuiuuiu.i inn uc given uy uiiu ui ourn
best bands of native singers. The?
3alo of seats has been very good and!
mere is every indication or a very!
open Thursday ncxtJgfeiglit of land for several days, but!
The goods will bcj$couhl not get in. However a breezcj
sprang up and she madu the port.
Itoburt McGrevv, father ofl
S. McGrcw, of this city, died.
Invitations arc out for tho mar- Mn.
riaore of Mr. William Wafrencr toKlDr. J
Miss Annie Kruger, which eventfe recently at Covington, Ohio, at tlicMl'nll'l'1'lie :sla"r'c '"let
takes place Monday evening. KSvcuerablc age of ninety-Hve years
-" "' ,r , ,, . IKiio was n resident of that city for
i-iiio ai mn rr ii il I 'I in iiit'.i tin .-.-
j.iii.1 .niviiiuuii, mi, i. .".i!sivl.v-I vn vnnrs.
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his residence on King street
Mr. T. Jiain'
i.r ,1 . 7 . . .1 1 1 fliill)-Htl JtUlO, illill UUill nun
Walker is entertaining tho choir boy7ife ,nnny responsil)!o positii
n oi. Aiuircw-s uuiuenrai, out aiyatrust. The deceased threw his first
Rtvote for Andrew Jackson, and his
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llil""au .UI UIUIU UIV11.-11UIII. Ill: iiaiiuu
Ai-i'i.ioATiONs ror money orders onvpic Islands about six years ago
tho United States per S. S. Alamcdablj .
will bo received at the Post-olllccVd When the fire bells rung out the
until thrco o'clock Wednesday after- jalarm this morning, they awoke Mr.
upon. gnNYulic binuus, the well-known come
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will piny at Emrnaa
Square this afternoon at -1 :30.
Ihc following is tho programme:
March Go Ahead Kalii-bach?
m ,,,'.. J. .,l "
Vi l R7
icflilenco of U. T.
Selection 1'ho Magic riute. .
. . .VuusH
and held during hisIS Wo wo,lltl advise all iiitcndingg
nsihle positions 0ffHPurchastsre of Solid Silver Ware toS
call and examine the elegant displays
of Oorhiini Sterling Silver Ware.i!
now on exhibition at store of M.H
Mclncrny. This, elegant lino of
aouu Oliver is naru to peal in anyl
country, and we are surprised tol
find such a variety of rich costly
articles in any store here. 1002 -It
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jii ot. Aiiurcws uaiuuurai nieui.
Bishop preaches in the morning and ft I1'
111 r iir-.ii .i . ryi
uv. uco. uuuacc in ino evening.
At the Kaumakapili Church to-K TI'L1 0 XTnnorn
morrow morning nt 10.30 o'clock f ) dirJi JLX U.IJ liChXJKJ
lue iiev. Ai'inur nmuit will deliver
:in address on "Uluna." The Hcv. J.Mllns
A. O. Forbes will interpret. vA
At Fort St. Church "The Ser-'WPiif-a
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in ivr.. r... ,., t- i :.... fftl Uaia unions, rouiioes. 's mils mm
bmith, of North China, will deliver jH lloiu Buttur inii HiTIiih.
iino inirii lecture to voting incn.Hi
taking for his theme, "Certain Ob-fag
vious onu-adictions between IJivincM Vtm. and nice, hv the nound
Revelation and Human Experience. "RVl niece. Hums, Bacon, Lard, Flour,
11 are invited. m ian, Wheat, Corn, Cjrouml Barley,
, W'a (lerinca, bmall Hominy, Ohecse,
i uc services ai ino iieiuci unions;
Church to-morrow will bo as followsitfiKanUCK Maple SyrUD
Sunday scliool at 'J :i a. in. ; morn
ing services at 11 o'clock. Subject:
lA question for old and young toj
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cuuaiuci. livening bervicu ui ( :lMJA:
o'clock, when the Hev. Mr. Oggohj
will preach tho second of the scriesKi
of sermons on "Tho Lord ' lraycr."&a'
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Furuislied Hooiiis, well ven
liliiled, at No. 110 King Street,1
York & Honolulu Packet
MESSMS. V. H.CROSSMAN
& 11K0 77 Broad street,
N. Y., vill despatch a llrbt-
class vessel in this line, from
New York lo Honolulu Direct,
Ion or about .1UNE 15. Parties wmliing
to avail themselves of this line onnoitu.
ulty should forwanl orders as early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, Apiil I!, 1885. 80 lm
just received pur Mariposa some
moro of llioo nice
$Sugar Cured Smoked Beef
ami nice, by ihu pound or
Diied Peaches, ApnIeH, I'luins, Figs,
rJeniich Tonguef, bchepp's Dessicat.
cd Cocoauut, iVt.
ALSO, per Australia,
New Z(!iilmul Potatoes
JIEKKAB Ah Hue of Kipaliulu.
has left for China, and irlven
chargo of his business to Wong Vool:
and Kin Uc, and wlicreas said Ah Hue
is Indebted to several persons ami made
no provision to puy his creditors, said
Wong Fook and Kin Uu have niiide an
isslcnmcnt to IlyniHii Bros, and O. Alo.
of the property beloniiintr to hnld All
Hue for the benefit of nl) creditors.
All persons having any claim against
ii line aro requested to present tliem
Inly specified to thu undersigned at the
olflco of Uymnn Bros, within ninety
laj-F. HYMAN BROS.,
Honolulu. April 21, 1885. 1002 lm
Telephone U'J. (!)9U iiw) King St.!
STIPHKIK COUItT of tlm Ha
waiiau Islands. In the mutter of
tho Bankruptcy of J. II. BHUNS.Jti.
ucioru xur. Justice .Mcuuiiy.
J. II. IUIUNS, Jn., doing husincsH In
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, having this
day been adjudicated bankrunt cm bis
own petition. It iaheroby ordered that all
creditors of said bankrupt come in and
prove their claims before mo, at my
Chambers, in Honolulu, on
WvtlncHtluy, April 21), 1 885,
At 10 o'clock a. ui.
AND IT IS PUIIT1IEU OHDEItEH
thai upon said fald day, thu creditors
lo proceed to hold an ELECTION
of uu iissigucu or assignies of mi ill bank.
rupi esiaie, ami mat milieu nervoi lie
published ill tho Daily J'. C. Atlvti titer
inu iJAii.v liuu.i.Tl.v newspapers, liom
thu '.'2nd to the 20tli of Apiil, and in the
Jtnvaiiiiii Guzett? of April 20th.
Dated Honolulu, April 21, 1S85.
Justice Buiireinu Court.
Attest; Hkniiv Smith,
JJeputy Clerk. 1002 td
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