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MONDAY, JTNE M, lw
PohrMary PoMer fiom Hawaii
ii H Oily (if Sydnov fmui s(ijm,,
lliitlsh bkOilenl fiom Liverpool
oiini i miner liom ivtiuai
RchrLenhl from Koholnlele
Sclir Rob Hoy from Koolau
SehrMaruiokawM from Koolau
Sclir Hnleakala f.totn Pcpcckoo
8 S Moiipn-,a from San l''iniiclen
. 0 DEPARTURES."'
Stmr Llkellko for ICnlmltil
.Stinr.Tns I Dowsctt. for Windward noil-
Sclir Rob Hoy for Koolau
Stinr l.ohua for Windward ports
Stmr da Makce for Kapaa
Sohr W'nloll for llonomu
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
Sohr Caterlna for Hmiaiel
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kliiau for Wltiilwnul Ports
Stmr Plnutcr for ICauol
Sclir Hob Jioy for Koolnu
Sclir Mary Poster for Wnlmcj
Sclir llalcakala for Pepcckco
Sclir Lcahl for Koliolalolc
VESSELS IN PORT.
l$;tiie Xorth Star. Morehouse
Ilk Automnc, Lahic
Hktno Mary Wliiklcmau
RkC O Whllmoro, Calhoun
31k Tycoon, Itlckaliy
Hktne Discovery, P'orrhnaii
British lik Orient, nujrhoi
-Hon S G -Wilder, Col Z S
Spalding, Mrs Cliccscbrougli, Mi-s V
Recti, Miss K Dillon. If FWood. G P
Wilder, Master "Wilder Wight. Hon J
L Kaulukou and wife. II Moni'on, .T G
Mlttnachr, P Colllolil, C S Kynncr.slv,
32 A. Buchardt. C 11 Rragg. WongKwiii.
iT Kamai. T M Horner, .rr. Hon Sam
Parker, II Center, G C Williams Hon II
Kuihelanl. W King, J G Jones, Wallace
Jackson, 3lis3Cx Paul Xcmmimi, W II
Cornwcll, P N Makce. Mrs V P Hast
ings, MUs K Makcc, II 11 Hitchcock, J
S Webb, and 121 deck.
Prom San Francisco, per Mariposa,
June S Hon G W Merrill and wife, C
XV Macfarlanc. wife and daughter, Miss
1) L William". Miss C 0 Giies, H 0
Warren, L J Broadwood, 30 Madden,
Mr G 0 Wotover, C D Irwin, Dr V It
Day, .1 A Hopper and wife, Mis? Mag
gie Hopper, Mis lillcn Hopper, Kuv O
P Kiuoi-miii, Z K Meyers, H XV Ilymau
and on, Jos Marsden, J Mnurogonierv,
T: J H Uowcll, Mrs J M Horner, Mls
Fanny Martin. A J "Web-tor. Miss J
Osborn, Casio and raudo Havward.
XV 1) Amies, Prof M Kellogg, Mrs O C
Swain, Alex Dowsolt, A ti liurchardt
and wife, Dr J II Hatch and wife. Dr A
McWaync, wife and son, C Li Hatv,
Miss- Mary Sutliffe, Mrs II C Brigg's,
Miss Xina Brigg, Miss Helen Briggs,
J T Waterliouse. Jr, and son, J Xickcns,
G II Trocedle, Mr.s C Livingstone and
four children. Mrs J A Rcichcrt, M 33
Singleton, F F Jones, 1) D, W Chaplin
and wife, lion Harvey Levey, and 22 in
From Australia for Honolulu, per
City of Svdnev, Juno 7 MUs White,
Miss McMillan, Capt Fracr, A Came
ron and wife. J F Leclereq.
From AVahlawa. Wainica,331eele, Ko
loa, Liluie and Xawillwlli, Kauai, per
Planter, June 7 His Majesty King
Kalakaua, Hon J Hardy. Miss Marv
TTnrdy, Jules Tavcrnier. W II Wilcox,
Tj Kaltofeti and wife, J Dixon, M D
Schmidt, Mis A S Wilcox. J Bu-.li, J
Gaiidall, wife, and two children, Capt
Ahlbaum. A II Smith, and 57 deck.
S S City of Sydney, II 0 Deaiborn.
ioomniander, discharged Sydney pilot
May 21st, It.'.ili p m, received Auckland
pilot May 23th, 107JS p m, discharged
Auckland pilot May 2(ith, :t.I10 p in,
received Honolulu pilot June 7th, Il.lu
p in. -t cabin. -1 steerage passengers,
and 07 tons of freight for Honolulu. 07
cabin, il steerage passengers, and 110
tons of freight for San Francisco. Had
pleasant weather, light ballling winds
and smooth sea, tho entire passage.
S S Mariposa arrived this morning at
(i o'clock. She sailed from San Fran
cisco June 1st, with 02 cabin and 2 1
steerage, passengers and 1 .18-1 ton-? of
freight. Fhht -18 hours had MrongX- W
winds with clear pleasant weather,
thence to port moderate breezes from
X X 13 to 33 S 13. Time, 0 days 15 hours.
Arrivals at San Francisco May 22nd,
brig Clans Sprcckels, brig J D Sproc
ket : Mav 23rd. sclir Ida Schnauer;
May 20th,'bktnc Katie Flickinger.
Departures from San FYaneiseo May
21st, sclir American Girl for Honolulu
via Xavarro Hirer; May 2:ird, sclir 33va
for Honolulu via Humboldt; May 20th,
brig Clans Sprcckels for Honolulu; May
:tOth, bark Caibarieu for Honolulu, sclir
Ida Schnauer for ICahuluI.
The British bk Orient!, Capt Hughes,
arrived yesteiday, 1 11 days from Liver
pool. She is docked at Brewer's wharf.
The Klnau brought a,7-13 bags of
.sugar, :i horses, 120 sheep, SO hides, 000
goat skins, -1 bales of wool and 1S7
nackases of sundries.
Stmr Planter brought -1,038 bags of
sugar, 21 hides, 1 cow ami 1 bull.
The S S City of Sydney sailed lat
night at 10 o'clock for San Francisco.
The stmr XV G Hall will arrive at 0
o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tho Discovery sails on Wednesday
next. She expects -1,000 bags of sugar
by tho Hall lo-iuorrow.
'Sehr Haleakala brought 1,300 bags of
Thu bgtim Courtney Ford, Capt F G
Miller, was towed out of Kahulul Fri
day morning by the stmr Ukelike. The
Courtney Ford has u cargo of sugar as
follows: From II O te S Co 7,702 bags,
weighing 10,023.07 libs and valued at
810,01 1,75; from Walheo S Co, 780 bags
weighing 1,005.71 lbs ami valued at
83,202.70; from WulkapuSCo.GGJ bags
weighing 783.35 lbs and valued at
81,3110.00, and fromfPalu Plantation
1,907 bags, weighing 2,397.81 lbs and
valued at 811,000.13. Total sugar 11,
200 bag-. Total valuation 870,037.27.
Tho Discovery was towed stern fore
most from tho nh market to tho OSS
wharf Sat morning by the utinr James
Makce. As the Discovery was leaving
her berth, her head gear 'ot foul of the
loot of the llfch inaiket. Her back ropes
were carried away and a portion of tho
shed of tho lUh market was torn off.
When tho Discovery was near to the OSS
wharf, s.ho was going nt a rapid rnto &
bolus iiiinMn to steer sho ran foul of tho
H' if llalnbuw, carrying nwnvtlic port
cathead of tho fchr, and doing flight
lnmagi' io (ho iimouul of about 810.
It h nU th-it If the Rainbow had not
boon their the Discovery would hino
been bumped against the h:uf o
violently that a hole would have been
mailo hi her. As It was the Rainbow
had to let pi all line, o as to give way.
WILLIAMS & DIMOND'S CIRCULAR.
SAN Fiuxcisco, Juue 1st, 1SS5.
Dear Sir. Our hit circular wnt dated
May loth, per Alameda.
Sl'oak Since our last report the
I'aMcrn and ICnropeau Markets have
continued to Improve. Manila sugars
have continued to advance and the
prospect Is Xavornhlu for still belter
prices. The eauo of the recent ad
vance after the past few mouths of
rent dullness, during which time sugar
as sold lower than cer before. Is
chiefly-due to tho great shortage lu the
beet crop. It is well to nolo In tills
connection that nearlv one-half tho
sugar supply of the world consists of
beet root sugar. It Is grown in Ger
many and Franco principally, and Is
about tho nulv suirar used on 'the Con
tinent of Europe. England and the
United Stntes are about the only users
of cane Mignj-.
Prices have been so low that growers
of beet have been discouraged and con
sequently lat year there was much less
planting and the yield was reduced
about twenty per cent., and this vear's
crop is still further reduced.
Thi3 decreased production of beet root
has now begun to be felt In Europe and
In consequence law cane sugar has gono
up fi to, if cents per pound In Xew
"York and from 1J to lg cents in Lon
don. Havana Sugar Planters arc preparing
for an increased average in the next
crop. Wo quote from New York Ex
changes of May 21st, as follows:
"The advance for spot sugar does not
as fairly represent the market as sales
of sugar alloar, which are considerably
higher. The advance from the lowest
price is very insignltlcant when com
pared with the rise in London and on
the Continent, and as a consequence,
receipts aie beginning to be affected,
which' so far this month arc 32,300 tons
less than same time In May, 1884, and
by reason of Increased exports of rcllncd,
the meltings are largely In excess of
last year. Tho change 'since January
1st is Important. Then tho excess of
stock in United States was 20.320 tons.
while now it is 1 1,100 tons less, a differ
ence of 10,025 tons Influence towards
higher prices. The Brazil crop is virtu
ally exhausted. Sugar from Cuba and
other West Indies is going away from
us to a much larger extent than last
year, while all thce crops are smaller
than last rear.
"From 'May 15th to October 1st of last
year, we received from Europe. 22,000
tons, while this year refined as well as
moderate quantities of raws am being
exported to Europe in much larger
quantities. It is also important, to note
that homo consumption at this date last
year was 102,000 tons over the preced
ing year, while now it Is U tons more
than last year.
' lu view of the above facts. It would
seem that n change In the parity of
prices in Europe and here must purely
come to enable us to draw some neces
sary supplies from Europe."
Xew York, May 20 Cuba Centrifu
gals 00 percent test are held atGifJ cents
and sales have been made afloat at
0 5-10 cents.
The tr.ide expect to advance prices
one half to one cent per lb., which still
continue cents below London.
London, May 29 Beet 10s. Od.
The beet crop is now estimated at
one half million tons short of last year.
33ngland is substituting cane sugar.
Cuba market is very strong.
On May 10th, the Manila basis ad
vanced to 3.21 May 20th, to 5.33 May
21st, to 5.42 and May 25th to 5.C0, the
Jiicn Market firm at 5 cents ato?.f.
Stock light and very little demand.
FI.OUK G. G. Ex. Family, 4.70.
331 Dorado, 83.50.
We anticipate an early harvest, with
the yield still in doubt.
Exchange London, 00 ds st, $1.8(1
?.f. Xew York, sight 1-5 premium.
At llonokaa, Hawaii,. Tune 2, of mala
rial fever, John Rlekard, aged 20 years.
At Xewton, Mass., May 23rd, after a
short illness of pneumonia, Peter U.
Jones, aged 70 years. Mr. Jones was
father ol Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., of this
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A m.ACic cane with ivory handle is
advertised as lost.
A hoi'sk to let with furniture
sale is advertised.
A yoi'no gentleman advertises for
a position of any kind.
Noi.ti: lias received fresh frozen
oysters by the Mariposu.
Sror.Tixo men should attend at the
Hotel this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Puusr.it Guard of the Mariposa
lias our thanks for a late flic of
Hi.-, Majesty the King returned
from Kauai yesterday morning by
A m'ixiai, meeting of Pacific Hose
No. 1 will take place this ovon-
at 7 :J)0 o'clock.
Tin: S. S. City of Sydney broke
two inch wire hawsers in working in
to tho wharf yesteiday.
Tin: Hon. G. W.Mcrrilli the new
American Minister resident, arrived
by tho Mariposa this morning.
Mkssks. Henry May & Co. receiv
ed a splendid lot of New Zealand
potatoes by the City of Sydney.
No iiids were received by the
Assignees for the stock of the bank
rupt estate of J. L. Rosenberg.
A M'KCiai. meeting of Kxeelsior
Lodge, No. I, I. O. O. F will be
held this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The regular meeting of Masonic
Lodge No. 21 will be held this even
ing tit 7 :IU) o'clock. Kirst degree.
Tut, programme, of the races will
lie ready at J. 13. Wiseman's olllco
this afternoon between four and llvo
A m'kuiai. meeting of Harmony
Lodge will be held this evening at
7:30 o'clock. First degree and
Thu bark Cnlbarien left San Fran
cisco May 30th for this port, with a
cargo valued at S9,rG0 and f5 head
A Tiiiitii dovidend of 0 percent
will be now paid the (shareholders of
Koloa Sugar Co., at the ofllce of II.
llackfcld & Co.
Tin: Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping
classes are postponed from this even
ing in consequence of the death of
Mr. Jones' father.
Tin: Uoyal Hawaiian Band gives a
concert at Emma Square tliit even
ing, at 7:30 o'clock. A splendid
programme lias been arranged.
Tnr.m: was a very large congrega
tion present at Kiutmakapili Chinch
last evening to hear the Hcv. II. II.
Parker deliver a mission sermon.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
Lyons & Levey will sell the entire
household furniture at the residence
of Mr. Nichols, No. 8 Emma street.
Tun adjourned aunual meeting of
the Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will bo held this evening at
the vestry of the Fort street Church.
Tins Post-oillce despatched by the
S. S. City of Sydney, 1058 letters
and 137 papers. Twenty bags of
mail were received by the Mariposa.
Tun S. S. Mariposa brings news of
an advance in the price of sugar
from S5.12 to 85.61. By the next
mail a still further increase is expect
ed. His Majest' tho King left for the
other side of the island this morning
to join Her Majesty the Queen. The
Koyal party will return on Wednes
The entries for the races on
Thursday closed at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. All tho stakes are well
filled and a good day's racing will
Tiik british bark Oricntc, which
arrived yesterday from Liverpool,
has among her cargo 201 cases of
stone and two loose stones for the
new St. Andrews Cathedral.
Kr.Ki1 in mind the special and im
portant trade credit sale at the store
of G. XV. Macfarlanc & Co., which
takes place Wednesday. The goods
are now ready for examination.
Axothek splendid consignment of
fresh fruits, fish and vegetables ar
rived by the Mariposa this morning
for Lewis & Co., llotel street. They
also received some New Zealand po
Wiii:x the City of Sydney arrived
in Auckland, a number of detectives
went aboard and Maxwell the mur
derer was at once arrested. He was
pointed out to the olllcers of the law
by steerage steward Wilson.
On Kamehameha Day, James
Dodd's busses will leave the stables,
Fort street, for the Park, every
fifteen minutes from 9 a. m. to 11 a.
in. They will return from the Park
every fifteen minutes after 2 o'clock.
Tnu P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
arrived yesterday afternoon about
four o'clock from the Colonics, mid
left again at 10 o'clock last evening
for San Francisco. She brought six
cabin nnd five steerage passengers
A onk mile skating race for llaw
aiians came off at the Yosemite skat
ing rink Saturday evening. There
was i largo audience present. Five
started, and the race resulted in a
dead heat between J. K. Napoleon
and a Fiji boy. On running off Na
Tin: O. S. S. Mariposa surprised
everybody by arriving this morning
at (1 o'clock. One of the passengers,
a young child, was taken seriously
ill on the passage, and it was deemed
necessary to get to port as quickly
as possible, to obtain additional
Mit. P. C. Jones, Jr., received by
the Mariposa, the sad news of the
death of his father, Mr. Peter C.
Jones, which took place on May 23d
at Newton, Mass., from pneumonia.
The deceased, who was in tho
seventy-sixth year of his age, was
only ill a few days.
Mit. Joseph Marsden, who attend
ed the New Orleans Exposition, as a
representative of the Planters' Labor
and Supply Company, returned by
the Mariposa this morning. He also
went to Jamaica and brings with
him about 200 mongooses for the
' Thomas Atidcisotii carpenter on
board the S. S. City of Sydney, was
arrested last evening Ity the Custom
House guards on duty at the wharf,
for attempting to import opium Into
the Kingdom. He had six tins In
his pocket when arrested and was
taken to the police station by Olllccr
Tin: closing meeting of this year's
session of the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association was held on Saturday
afternoon. The only business was
the reading and confirming of the
minutes of the whole session from
Tuesday morning. This being done,
the association closed with singing
Just received per Mariposa u large
lot of picture and cornice mould
ing, new style and patterns. King
Bros.' Art Store. 42 3t
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuatm street. 980. tf.
Tin: Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
line Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
thev offer at reasonable prices.
Wkst, Dow & Co. have received
by the Mariposa an assortment of
German Mirror Plates, Clarionet
Reeds, Violin Tail pieces, Mosquito
Hoops; Rubber Dolls, Rings and
Rattles; Richardson's Method,
Home Family, etc., etc. They also
have a small tenement, corner Berc
tania and Punchbowl Street, to let.
Rent Low. For further particulars
enquire at their Music Store. 42 2t
The following letter explains
San Fkakcisco, Juno 1st.
J. E. "Wiseman, Esq., Honolulu.
Dear Sir, In consequence of
some of the members of the Bouci
cault Company refusing to make the
Honolulu trip and of the impossibility
of his rehearsing others (so he says)
to take their place, lie decides lo
forgo the pleasure of appearing be
fore a Honolulu audience. I am
sorry that he has made this decision,
and have done all I could to put it
through, but without avail.
W. B. Davkntout,
Gen. Passenger Agent O. S. S Co.
BENEDICTS 17 PA0IFICS 9.
The third of the scries of baseball
games was played on Saturday after
noon at Makiki between the Married
Men's nine and the Pacific's. It
was fully expected that the Pacifies
would win the game, but the Married
Men scored an easy victory. The
playing of the Pacilic3 was very loose
and they are very deficient as to a
pitcher," one of the most important
positions in the field. The Married
Men played a very fair game. Mr.
II. M. Whitney, Jr., of the Hono
lulus, umpired the game in a very
careful manner. The score at the
close stood: Mar.iicd Men 17, Paci
fies 9. The next game of the scries
will be on Saturday between Mar
ried Men and Occanics.
NEW VOLCANO ROUTE.
The Hon. S. G. Wilder returned
by the Kinau yesterday morning.
During his absence he has made all
arrangements for opening tho new
route to the Volcano via Kcauliou.
A party who went with him were
highly delighted with the ease in
which the trip was made. Two ladies
of tho party, who had never been
on horseback before, made the trip
from Keauhou to the Volcano inside
of three hours and a half. This new
route will bo open to the public
Tuesday, Juno 23rd. After that the
Kinau will leave on this route, on
the Tuesdays following the 8th and
22nd of each month, the days on
which the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s
steamers aro due.
The Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society's horse fair will take place
next Saturday, the liltlt inst. En
tries must be made before 5 o'clock
Wednesday. Such parts of the
building and grounds not required
for the horse show, will be open to
the public to exhibit any animals,
with tho exception of horses, manu
factures, implements, etc., thatmny
be placed there. A committee of
the Society will inspect them and re
port if they are considered sulllci
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Rand will play at Emma
Square this evening at -I :!I0. The
following is the programme:
Overture .Toll y Robbers Suppo
Cavatlua All lu Mask Pedrotti
Air Gavotte, (by request) Louis
.Selection Pinafore, (by request)....
Pill Aoao, (new.)
Reminiscences of Donizetti. ...Godfrey
Quadrille New Promenade Cooto
Waltz The .Source Waldtcufel
Two Quickstep, (new), Anueniie. ma
Maiioa, Win! Hells of .Scotland
Tho concert at St. Louis College,
Saturday evening, was attended by
a very largo audience, Indeed a good
many were unable to obtain admit
tance. Amongst these present occu
pying front seats were, Their Royal
llijjhnossoH tho Princesses Liliuoka-
lani and Likelike, Their Excellencies
the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
r of the Interior and the I
nf FlnmiPi. tbn Fronrli
i or rlnance. the i-teucit )
r, M0113. 1-eer, and lady, and I
Senhor de Soura Canavarro, Portu
guese Minister. The programme
was lluely rendered from beginning
to end, and gave much satisfaction.
It is expected that $300 will be the
result of this concert, which sum
will be handed over to Her Majesty
Queen Kapiolani to uso for indigent
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mil. J. W. Ilinglcy, former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
No. ;VJ Fort street, and more re
cently at No. SI, King street, is now
established at the Central Park Skat
ing Rink, where he keeps a line as
sortment of choice cigais and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Ilinglcy,
viilso, has rc-commcuccd the maun-
lacttirc oi ins famous uraiuls ot
cigars, at his residence on Bcrclania
street, second door fiom Alapai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. G9,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. "19, Central Pnik
Skating Rink, will receive prompt
attention. 101!) 1m
About six weeks ago the Central
Pacific Railway Companj' began ex
perimenting with the waste or refuse
obtained by refining petroleum. Two
tanks were constructed and placed
on the steam ferry-boat Solano.
From these pipes conduct the oil to
the furnaces, and a jet of steam dis
tributes the greasy stuff, which
burns with a roaring noise and fierce
ileal. The experiment has proven
entirely satisfactory, and makes a
saving of one half in the cost of fuel,
none other being necessary where
this heretofore worthless commodity
A call lias been issued for a reun
ion and encampment of representa
tives of organizations of soldiers of
the United States, to take place at
Fairmouiit Park, Philadelphia, from
June 28th to July 2Gth. It is pro
posed that citizen soldiers from the
several States and United States
regulars, to the aggregate maximum
limit of 10,000 men of all armies,
shall go into camp and be under
command of a regular army officer,
with a well-beleeted staff. It is also
proposed to celebrate the Fourth of
July extensively, and the President,
Cabinet and presiding olllcers of
Congress are expected to attend.
On the invitation of the Italian
Government an international confer
ence was to assemble in Rome last
week, for the purpose of discussing
the precautions that should lie taken
111 the event of another epidemic of
cholera in Europe.
RACKS 1 RACKS I HACKS!
Monday Evening at Hawaiian Hotel,
7:'.I0 chin p. All interested are ieitiesled
lo he present. Per Order. yj 4t
The umlLTsii'iR-d ha vim;
taken chargu ot HaL'saiie
:Emhc;s No. :tt. for the
purpose of carrying on the Express and
I)foy busiuetH, 'hopes by pajing stiict
attention to business lo receive a share
of public pationagc.
119 Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. ANTOKK A. KKUMI.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and He
Oidcisniay lie li-fl with C. Hammer,
or Wcsl, Dow & Co., Telephone 170.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter a.nd Boat Builder,
TTAVING just completed
two 27 feet
jljl sort lioats
on the model 01 tlie
KiiiouV boat, 10 hijihly nnpiovcd by
Capt. King ami otlicir--. Iain now pre.
pared lo 1111 oilier oidcrs. Thcso boats
have their timbers in 0110 piece miming
across the keel fiom gunwale lo gun.
wale, bent by htcaiii; thwart knees also
bent 2 ami Sj-X inches square. They are
coinequcntly'llglitcr mid 111010 llexible,
and, Uio timbers being closer together,
stronger and les3 liable to bo severely
bulged that tho-o built afier the usual
process with the timbers In pieces ami
for up'irl. These boats will be sold ut
a prlco lo compete with others of either
local or foreign build. Our building
facilities enable us to build to any
model or size, decked or otherwise, and
to supply duplicate parts of tho saiuo at
a few hours' notice. Them aro several
of thesu bouts now open to inspection
which will bu soli! liult-hrd or otherwise.
ALSO On hand and for sale, Oak
Stems, Knees and Timbers, all shapes
and sizes. Also Several hundred feet
of llnlslied Oak Slltch.lu.tlino Chafing
HattciiH, sold per foot in quantities to
suit; and the only truck in town fit to
carry a Roat without cracking and
htiafuliig her can bu bought or hired at
the Knici prise Mill Apply at tho K11.
torprLo Mill, Queen St.
J. A. DOWER,
Mutual Telephone No. 325, :8 lm
N arc mint of departure, I ou"or for
-wlc n linn home tide bar Imtrcv
wlth'.t bow leather top, linn only been
In n-r a few month". AIo, tin open nine
b.ir i -eat ttottlng wagon, tho host In
the uin cilnni, neatly new. The above
will lm told nt n bargain if Applied for
brfore .lunc 15th. II.. I. AGNHW.
Tnh' P'Pv aty occ tiled by
'-Samuel Nou, In Campbell's Block,
on Forl slTeet. Apply io
or B. F. DtLLiNoitAM.
Honolulu, April 1. 1895. OSS tf
HAVING obtained the services of a
llrM-olass Piano Tuner, we w if h
lo inform the public that wcuionblctn
Tunc and llupair Pianos nl short notice.
All orders Iclt witli us will lie promptly ,
attended lo, and all work wanantcil.
10:U 1y WKST, DOW A: CU.
T7I' 'bo undersigned are prepared
II to furnish household servants,
collect bills, and do Anglo.Cliinese in
terpreting and a general agency busl-ne-s.
SOYONG & AHPHART,
00 Cm -JDi-X Xuuanu St
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. I.ck.
sons given in Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph Mid
Crayon Painting in Oil anil Water
Coloiii. Floweis in Wax, "Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crystal, Fea
ther and FMiEcnlo All kinds of Em
broidery and Designing taught with
Skeleton Ileal. Luce", Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion woik. For terms, rtc, ap
ply to A. M. IIUUICE,
00 O111 Templo of Fashion.
.Il'XK 11th. IKS.f.
NOTICE is hcicby given Hint all
parlies wishing to have
at Kapiolani Park, on June lltli, 1SS5,
must apply without delay lo the
20 Foot SectioiiH, il. .)(.
.1. E. WISEMAN,
Pur order Kapiolani l'aik Association.
"jVrit. II. HARDER, laic manage- of
ItX the Ator House, begs to announce
to his friends and the public In gcm-ral
that he has purchased the Saratoga
House, and will icopen on Sunday,
May 2 lib. First-class lioaid by the
week, month or tiansicnt. Special ac
commodation for ladies and families.
Heading Pai lor. open foi guests of the
house. The coolest dining rooms in the
city. No Hies. !Ki 2nt
Matinee with Music every Wednesday After
noon. June 0, Grand Ron-Ron Party.
June 12, Grand Turkey Hunt. Prize, a
Turkey. 23 td
SUPKKMK COUIIT of Hie 11a
waiian I-Jands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of KWONG FOOIC XVO
COMP'Y. Hc'fore Chief Justice Jmid.
Kwong Pook Wo Co., doing business
lu Ilanalci, Island of Kauai, having
this day been adjudicated bankrupt
on the petition of Kwong Yce Sing Co.,
it is hcicby ordered that all crediting of
said bankrupt come in and prove their
claims before ine, at my Chambers, in
TncNiIny, June J, IK83,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
And it is further oideicd thai upon
said day the creditors do proceed to hold
the LLKCTION of an assignee or as
signees of said bankrupt estate, and that
notice hereof bo published one lime in
the Hawaiian Gazette and Ihrco times in
the Daily Uuli.utin newfpapcrp.
Dated Honolulu, May 211, 185.
A. V. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attest; Hr.Niiy Smith,
Deputy Clerk. -JO m
No. H5 Jlolfl HI 1.
Theso new Parlni.s, containing sixleen
Phivati: Rooms', have been elegantly
decorated and furnhhed, and will lie
kepi 11s a llrst-class resort. The
Celebrated Elite Ice Cream
Will be mado from pure cream with
puio delicious llavoringg. Vanilla, Le.
111011, Orange, l'ino Apple, Strawberry,
I'eaeh, Almond, Coll'ce Glace, Chocolate,
Sherbets and Ices,
In largo variety. Served with CaKu
made 011 the Premises. Ico Crram
Drinks made to order iu any style.
YOSBmitB SM11 EM.
noua waicr, uingcr Aie ami Tamil 1.0.
monode. Robert's choicest candies re
celved frcMi by every steamer. Kami,
lies, Parties, Halls and Weddings sup.,
piled at ishort notice. Ladiuj can have
their home-made Creams frown mid
Cakes baked to ordci at reasonable
prices. A largo assortment of Shells,
CornlH, Volcanic Specimens, Tapas mid
general Island Cm ios always 011 hnud
at reasonable prices,
II. J. HART,
Proprietor of the Klllo Ice Cream Par.
lorn. Ring up Telephone No. 162,
,si 'jMHk "Mtfttfelilt.