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..,,, . , . . , .. , KJC(I, niui which will lend themselves,
I uorwwBUciiigiuuuMiii.jrBui(lounHinItod dccoraUotl, The front'
&Slu uau J""1 'VUJ V,," ... " W'cccption room w accommodate
Kg i ..it v -----, , - ,, 'several sets 01 ntiaciril.es, ana a
Hand "Harinouy" Lodges ; but tbc, . r.Iin(SJ..rl with . n(nrcK
arrangements broke down at so a,, , accommodation. In a
Pi. ua- "V" : ,u ii J . T Ktletnchod bull
fojlion at all. However, the mcinborsftSL,,,, nf,,nr rnr
this notice until two weeks fiom the da,
of tlic funeral.
sof the former Lodge pluckily deter-
The Cnuit will go Into mourning loifrSniincu only four or live days before
Hkk Lvrr. .M.wusrv Quuia Dow.uiKi:fc,1the event to have a colouration, anu
Emma. Ka!.klicon.m.ani fuun the date ofgainvltattons were issued on lhursday
for a picnic to be held on thef
E'Si'j . - - . . . .1
n. it. .ir nil. Rfuroum s ol Air. Alien ticruert, at
M.'s Chamberlain. KjWniklUi, on haturday tlic -'.nil lttbt.K,
oiii,.,. ) eta I he invitation committee was com-fj
lolanl I'nlaec, Apill :!7, 1885. i 1000 lurajposi'd of Messrs. .7. J. Carter, Kohl.
fwlLowera, and . !.. I osier, and thev
NOTICE. fcSdid their work witli searching!
vii ...,., ,.i,. iiLiriu' rnii.wiiii.il uMUioroiiahncss. Bcbides the members
bathe in the nool at Ivapcna Foils in Sof the other Lodge, and the strangers
Nuuanu Vnllcv. or in nnv way to defile S" Ule gates of both, they scoop
building aro billiard, card,
Sand other rooms. For lovers of the
beautiful there arc several LircoJ
well-stocked ferneries, while there isKj
a profusion or tromcal foluuie and
bloom on the lawn.
&TME STORE lately occun cd
3 X Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,!
aon i-ori street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. !'. Dn.t.ixonAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 1885. !)85 tf
p S. F. Dramatic Cow,
the water supplying the, same or to trcs
pass on ihe adjarcul grounds,
. I 1 4 1
Anvnorson illsieraullnir this notleeBK11 L "mVsl lmu,i,lLU
., , - .... fcjj-
ijed in sonic Odd Fellows so "
jcicnt" as to discount the oddest and
in all the tents
...III 1... nnuwiilml liillin full nvli.nl nftI)Aul lul- uu,u'
... ' Kg) Tlic committee of arrangements
CIIAS. . WILSON,
Supcilntcndrnl nf Water Works,
CllAS. T. Gl'l.ll'K,
Minister ol lulcuur.
Otllce Honolulu Water Work'
979 lm Maieh !25th,
li, 1883. f
awns as follows: Messrs. A. Herbert,!
3.1. Finuielutli, .7. Locker, L. L. Lai
sl'icrrc and L. ai. Marshall. I lie
APRIL 2dtli, 1880.
jPioduotioii of Mrs. Harriet IleccherKK,
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islamic.
Draw E.chaugo on the
Uitnlc ol" Culiroriiiit, fs. Jj
And their agents in
NEW Y0BK, BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Mesbrs. N. M. Rothschild &S011, 1
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,!
The Commercial Hank Co., ot Sydney
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,!
Uliristchuich, and Wellington
The Bank of British Columbia, iVIc
toria, JJ. U. and Portland, Ur.
Transact a General Banking BumuciS
931VI nrs.no. M
Wi A basket picnic was announced as.
tlic central idea of tlic celebration,
but guests who did not care to go to
the trouble of providing baskets
(Swore to be supplied at a very reason
Ksable rate with refreshments. Busses
H5l.i. .1 -;.. .: r n.
'LUUK IIIU IIKllll IIULIIU11 Ul LUU V.U1U-
snany to the grounds, the first one
Kfilcuving the hall on Fort street at 10
fem'clock. Mr. Foster manatrcd the
iOiulon pldespatching of busses in a nmstcrlyjjj
Stowe's Gieat Moral Drama,
Uncle Tom's Cabin
FOR MAN and wife, with aeeommo
ilntlnn lo rnok foi themselves. 01
Imiinl villli ili fivmtlv. Annlv lit 187S'fl
.IW. .... .. .......... ..... ..
IGRAND OPENING !
GRAND OPENING ! !
iPioneer St'in Candy Factory &Bakory,B
Manufactures all and every article In
nntifpnllntiprv nnil Pimtrv anil Bread
r.C3,.. r .1 . .. 1 . .
uanery ironi me uesj ami purest imiiv;
ilals, guaranteed free from all
Wu gnHji gaUUtin.
Pledgod to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat estiblishod for tho benefit of all.
MONDAY, M'RIL 27, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Central Parle Skating Kink and
Holler Coaster, afternoon and even,
Harmony Lodge, I.O.U.F., 7:30.
Doors open at 7.o0, performance
commenres at S o'clock.
jTlClvliTH. IS1. Y."J. A COe,
Reserved Seats at Wiseman's JBov
Plan now open.
manner, without confusion, delay.
i?or any other disagreeable incident
inong the earliest departures was
jathc Reformatory .School Hand mfl
cliarire of the Principal, Mr. Waltcil
Hill, the services of that bancll
having been cheerfully granted by
the Hon. the President of the Board
Km A more appropriate place for such
a gathering could hardly be found
within reach of Honolulu. The
houses on the grounds arc spacious
cnouIi to s've shelter from am
storm that mimit surprise a party,
There is abundance of shade beneath
the algaroba, inga. hou, and banyan
that llourish on the extensive
jjslawn. On the one side tlic smooth
Jabcacli and the Pacific, on the otlici
IgjiJiatDOuu xieaa, iue cucoanut, gi-uvi:s
and Kaniolani Park, make up a
fti- "--- - w. -. -
Rl .. . .- ...
Altogether about three mmurcci
nersons arc c&ttmatccl lo have taken
iiml in tln ninnin f livmirrliniif. tllP
IIU U 111 LIlVl IUV.IUV HI1UHUUWHU WJ-I
the 1st of May, the Cottage
0. Wellington l'nliice, (jcliool
J. T. WATERHOHSE.
tsllns nhvnvM (in Tuinil nil wWnnf lil4 "Rlplr
'S3 lllu Unsurpassed Quality of
Nos. 61, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1 8th, 20th, & 21s
HEujoyinij a rich reputation of man;
3 3 ears, and arc ornamented in any
i style desired, and are bold at the
jLowest Possible Prices
Raday. They all gave themselves up
to unconstrained and informal cnjoy-E
0IRmcnt of the scene and of the various
THE DEAD QUEEN.
It became the mournful ollicc
tuis journal 10 oc tne nrsi to miuiisiig&jamuscuicnts devised oy tlic nian-
the news of the death of the DowarrciESaccra. Upon tho "rass there were
W?itrttwr Inniilu .ir,itltnl fnnln.lll cwinrr.
J1""" I.V..I.IJ.J, V-.U.JII, UUW...., U.,.:B
ainpr, and varioub athletic exercises
sDancina was conducted in the rc-
vJucen lamina. in tins issue ares
given further particulars of the events
that has shrouded the community soceptjon room 0f the main cottage,
suddenly in gloom, also a brief butSj3Mr. Ilerrick
somewhat comm-chensive sketch ofSfflmusic. Gentlemen had the freedom
the life of Her late Majesty. People
who desire to send copies abioad
can procure them at the ollicc and at
the bookstores by applying early.
The name of Queen Kmnia is iden
tified in other countries with this
Kingdom, and an account of hei
life and death will find interested
readers wherever it may be sent,
Sadder than wc can find words to
tell is tins bereavement, particularly
when viewed in the relationship the
tleceased bore to her own people
Wielding tlic great influence of the
last representative of tlic most dis
tinguished Hawaiian dynasty, and
wielding it always for what shea
TWO lame second-hand Show Cases
JL Address, stating where they can be
seen, anu price, K. is., tins oiuce.
A FINK gentle family horse at roa-gj
sonablc flcures. Also suveral setsSji
Uneminlleil facilities and steam enabled
me to sell all articles mauufactuied at$)
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other in this Line of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocimnut. hand made and
ranaioum ureamsoi an uavors ar ou ecnisjj
3f single harness.
K. R. MILES.
Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES
S. COHN & CO. beg to announce to the public that they will open
their New Store, formerly occupied by Messrs. Richardson & Co. with
tlic most fashionable and complete stock of
Qentlemen's Ming & Fnliii Goods,
AVhile trying to please and cater to the wants of our Gentlemen na
trons, we have also remembered the LADIES, and have opened the
finest, most complete and fasionable
MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT IN THE KINGDOM,
At the head of which reigns the celebrated MISS BURKE, a Lady
whose experience alone should recommend her to the patronage of
every Lady in Honolulu. Particular attention is called to our Stock
of Millinery Goods, which is, without exception, the finest ever im
ported to these Islands. All wc ask is a call on our Grand Opening
Days which will be sufficient to prove our assertion.
rN FRIDAY, April 2J. near Maka
J nui's place, Pimahou, a small ovale
tin box containing about SS.-! in uoldg
ind some silver. The Under will befc
1 1 )in 1 1 1 Tinivncilml nn rnHivnimr onmn rV?J
v. .i. PARKimnns wniniimnkf.rir'sfPure and Whnlfisnmr? Brand h
at fi cents each. Mince and Fruit
Pies always on hand.
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO .DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L N0TT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
llHardware, Agricultural Implementsf House Furnishine
Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just received Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Chests, new styles of Chandeliers
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
EST PAIKBANKS' .A-ISTI) IIQWJE'S SOAJL.JES. "B
All of which are offered upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
88 Kins' Street.
E. R. RYAN'S
- - Honolulu.
jviuniiu nuns, j'uuiuj vi uraiium Jireaupgj
Jdcliveied lo any part of the city. TheMj
ijlarcest and most vaiious Stock of Con H
gMfectionciy can be found at KM
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 Miiai StS.
u iLri.iik u ' :c7?v, . ,v-
rF . H O R, IV'
The oldett and onlv iioat linildiiiL' ShopSil , . , , , .
in the "Kingdom. a?i Steam Candy Factory and Bakery.
Uwi uu wwi " wiiiio Atjtivtw ivrav. . .. . .- . . (
i itouu St., nutween rsuuimu anuw
order. Suif lioats u specialty.
of the billiaid room, and made good
use of it. J n short, the companyPJ
met not require to be turccieci as to
how they should individually or
rjumicuiy uujuy iiieujuivua, uin viiiui
one consent each found pastime that
suited him or her, and everyone
seemed to be in pleasant spirits all
Mr. Herbert hnnbclf catered foi
those who did not carry their own
refreshments, and at noon he tin.
covered a superb repast in the lanai
on the sea side of the main cottage.
It was at once abundant and varied,
well-prepared and elegantly served
Among the lirst of the guests invited!
to sit down to tins fine feast wcreB
the band boys, and they appreciated!
the kindness and the distinction to
the full, and will loner cherish in
I have Oak Timbers imported expressly
for Island use.
s ot Rout Repairing: done atlSl
shoite.-t notice. lvsj
P. O. Box No. 75. -Telephone No.
A GOOD how, Rugcy an 1 Harness.aM
Xjl. any reasonable trial in veil. TlieSsJ
Horse is found, quiet, and has a splen-PS!
Jul action. Ur will exenance lor a soodc
W. T. RAWLINS, Soap Works.H
deemed to be truth and virtue, Quecnf their hearts a sense of the generosity
Emma was a bulwark of righteous
ness to her race. The affectionate
place she held in her people's hearts
was in a measure exemplified a few
months ago by the mournful proces
sion that escorted her from the
Htcamcr when she returned to town
in great weakness. However, we
leave to those more intimately
acquainted with the late Queen's
character, influence, and work, the
task of doing justice to her memory
Only Providence can decree who is
to fill the great void caused by this
distinguished Hawaiian lady's dentil,
1.0. 0,F. ANNIVERSARY.
ns ci:u:iiuATio.v iiv i;.-ci:i.sjok i.onui:.
All over the continent of America,
the New Year festivities have scarce
ly passed until the ghost in every
1. O. O. F. Lodge closet takes thc-j
shape of an interrogation point.
Then every member is struck with
an enquiring mood, and all unite in
asking, in regular and irregular
form, "How shall vo celebrate the
2Gth of April?" This question be
comes "unfinished business," "new
business," "good of the order,"
and, moreover, is discussed ay
earnestly in the goat's quartern out
in tlic ante-chambers, before and
after opening, as it is within the!
mysterious urecincts. I'or on luat!
day in the year 181!), Odd Fellow
ship was founded in America, andS
the anniversary is celebrated with!
becoming festivities by members ofj
the Order all over tne continent.
of the Odd Fellows. Disposed here
and there about the grounds were
tlic small parties who had brought
baskets. Many tables and chairs
were furnished tlioso who did not
prefer the real picnic style of making
the ground both tabic and chair. At
that hour the place presented a fes
tive scene so full of enjoyment as
to do the eyes good. Icecream and
the choicest temperance beverages
iwerc obtainable at any time during?
The band played particularly well!
at short intervals, and besides thtl
pleasure thus contributed the ladsl
engaged the white boys of the party!
m a match of football, consisting of
several games before and aftor!
jdiuncr, of wiiich they won a large!
majority and carried off the ball asj
a trophy. This event caused one of!
the chief diversions of tlic day, tlicl
band boys surpribiiig all beholders!
by tiic quickness with which thoyl
took up a game that was new toH
Some reinforcements coming outs
in the evening to the dance kept thes
company at considerable strength?
until half-past nine, when two larger;
busses were required to take all mtog
town. The members of Lxcelsiorj
3 Lodge aro to be congratulated uponj
the excellent carrying out of thes
Mr. Herbert's premises, that area
leased by Mrs. Morris who, by thca
way, contributed greatly to tho suc
cess 01 tuu aiiovo occasion arcs
extremely well adapted for pleasure-
making by either large or small com
panies. There arc several large?
fanais, in which feasts rooy be serv-
Statute of Chans Hung.
THIS undersigned having been ap-53
pointed Assignees of the Estate ofE
unang liimg, nonce is Hereby given to?
in peiions to present their claims
leainst the bald Estate immediately to
O. Rolte, at the ollicc of II. llackfeld &
Co., and all persons indebted to said
Estate are hereby requested to make
Assignees Estate of Chang Hung.
iionoiuiu, Apiu 'u, laso. luoi ut
SEHtatc of K-tvoiig On Tui Co.f
BnnilE undersigned having been ap.jj
ju jiunueu .LusiKUueK "i uiu XiSiuic OJ
lliwong Un Tai Uo., notice is hereby
Isiveii to nil persons to present thcl
claims against the baid Estate imme-
Jiateiv to u. none, at tne otllce ot li.
tlackfclu & Co,, and all persons Indcbt-1
ed to tho Eitnto are hereby requested to;
make immeuiato payment.
Assignees Estate of Kwong On Tai Co.
Honolulu, Api u Mi, ibbs. iuui.it
IWCele Hawaii !
and usual supply of
Stationery Goods 1
For Sale by
E.T. M. OA.rA Jr. &. Co
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
iWATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
IPLITMBING, TIN-, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
ION TUESDAY, APRIL 28th,1
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
lAt the residence of CAPT. MACDON-
A.LD, No. 5 Well imton Place. School
iStrcet, on account of departure, tho cn-
Dtire household fuiulturo, consisting oft
I Splendid Tone Upright Piano,
M T H AV Centre Table, Lounges, Side
l'nbles. Whatnot. Funcv (!hnli. Itutrg.
Chandeliers, Pictures, Curtains, Dinluggj
lame ami uimirB, rainieo iscuroom
Sdcts, Clocks, Sewlug Machiuo in good
aiuur, Jieai caie, jjawps, uroencry, uui
llerv and Glnsaware, Plants, fco. Also
1 Hath Tubs, Verandah Chair?, and Cook
Stovo almost new,
LYONS & I.EVIJY, Autt'rs
Notice to the File.
IWe take pleasure in announcing to the
rtiiniir. 11 nr 11, .idiitimn tft ..,1 r
,...,.... ...., ... ...... L..U iu v,v.. pj
Pastry and Confeotionery Business,)
Wo will open our
Ice Cream Parlors ! j
iWhich have been fitted up elegantly ac-s
cording to our trade, on
gSA.I'TJIlJXVY, AJ'RIL Stl.
Our Cream will be only of sunerloil
quality, made of genuine cream. At
we nave mauo arrangements Willi thel
Woodlawn Dairy to supply us only withs
a IIieI-cIuss aiticlc from samples wt
have had of the same, we aro able tot
guarantee satisfaction. The followinL'E
assortments of Ice Creams and Sherbets;
wo will keep at our openine. and maim
IB ,.,. 1. r i..l- ...ltl t -Ti . " t
jmoru ainus u iraoe win lusiuy 11:
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
(The Only llecognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
ESTABLISHED 1 879.
.Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Buildiner, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H, I
I. O. Box aid : i : j Teloplione 17S.
Ua31A ltrrI13IvITe :
JREAL ESTATK AGENT Huys and sells Keal Ifctato in all partf, of the King-
dom. Rents Olllccs, Houses, Cottages and Room.
SOLICITING AGENT POK WILDEU'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-'IW
ists and the Traveling Public will npply to idu for Tickets and Information to
SOLICITING AGENT POK THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
I YORK Thes Largest, Qiaudest and Soundest Institution of its kind in the
J AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA.
inis uouio excels an otiiur mutes going East, the icenery being the grande
the meals the choicest and Hut Palace and Dining Cars thu handsomest and mi
com foi table.
EMPLOYMENT AGENT-Kinds Employment lor all teekiug work In the vurl
j9 ous branches of industry on the Islands.
iVANILHA.hFnMr'v CS.(lFi.LAT, COFEEJBJSOLIOITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSUlfANOE CO.
STRAWBERRY, PINEAPPLE and KM The best known Company in the Islands,.
t,urrtu ulhi.Ci vv,tTcrr-vt itaitpw Tinm.,... r
;iv,uciivjji uuudii iiHuivr.K unierH uooob ai uustum House, pays and ulschnrircH
I-1 eight and Duty BI1U under power of Attorney.
ORANGE AND STRAWBERRY.
lrN ACCOUNT of departure fromj
J the Kingdom, all persons owinul
mo aro requeued to make immediatd
payment to L. A. THURSTON, 38 Mer-I
chant Street, who has a full power ol?
tttorney to transact all uutiuess lor mes
in niv anscucc. no is nuiuorizeo 10 re-
coipt for all moneys duo mo, and to cn-
lorco payment oi unpaid cmims,
Honolulu, March 18, 1885. UGO 2ml
Parties bupplied any day except Sun-
jdays. Those wishing Ice Cream forf
asunuay must leave tiiclr orders on Sa
turday beforo !l n. m which will be?!;
delivered before 10 a. in, Sunday. Thej
creams will be packed so that they will!
keep eight hours in a llrst-class condiJ
Hon. Hoping to gel a share of public!
patronage, and thanking the public foil
tncir nocrai past iavors, we remain, res-
MELLEIt & IIALCE,
11003 ly King, near Alakea St.
MONEY ilROKER Loans Money at all times on llrM-clnea ecuiltiy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papers of every description drawn. Bills
liBinuuiiiii anu uonecieu, hooks and Accounts Kept and adjusted, Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Tuxes and Insuiancc on Prrq eriy looked after.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Artlfle?, Corres
pomlenee and Commercial Business of every nature promptly and arcuiatelr
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Companles abroad
will eonespond with me for tcriUB, etc. Oideis for Island Shells, Curios, Lava
Specimens, Native Views anil Photos caiefully tilled and forwarded to all parts
of the Woild.
ZSr Information appeitaiiiing to the Islands given and all correspoudpi.ee fallh.
, JOSEPH H, WISEMAN,
37ii Qeneral Business Agent. Honolulu Hawaiian uiandi.