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Hllill W U Hull flimi Whidwiild Poll
Stun Wiilmannhi 1mm Wnluiiiiittln
-chr Mhnllho foi Wulint-i
'mIii lllliukiil for Nnlaliia
Ktiur Klnati for Wlndwaid Poll
Sttnr Planter fur Kniiii
Sclir I!(1) Hoy for Koolau
I-ehrMniy PoMei fur Natine.t
hi-lu I.cniit for Knluilalelc
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
HklllO DUCOH'IV fOI Sill ri.UH'i""!
relir ilnlo.tkala fiii Pcpcel.eo
Seln Khuhai for Wul.iliu
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lll.tno Mnrv YVliiUemau
UK CO Whltinoie. Cnllmliu
HI. Tycoon, ltlok.iby
llklne DUeoveiv. lYuliiiiin
lliltMi 1)U Oilontc. Hughes
lioin Yvlndwatd PoiK pel V (1
Hall, .Juno !) (i W Clone. .1 C, Ho.i
plll, .TM ICapahu. K (icinaul nml wife.
C 11 Ivapti. 1) Plpi anil wife, T AV V.io
loll. ( AKong, A Kan. lion (! W Plllpo,
T Aua. A II Seiliiigeour. It .Mitchell.
.TKl'ailey. Ml- Wake. Ml Chnatc.
anil "1 duel..
Foi Kapaa, Knu.il. l.i Wiii.umo anil
AValalna. per .las Makcc, .Inne 8 lion
I A Wliloiiiann ami wife. Mis P V
Macfailane. Mi Yuav Taylor anil
child, (I Mill. Mo-ex M-ihclona. H A
Aiuouii, Judge .1 I Kama. M .Jo-cph
and wife. Mr. Kallleha, .1 Koakahlwa,
.1 Xakal, M Knkii, and about 100 deck.
For liana, Undo. Kannakakni. Kipa
lillln and lCalinhil. per UkelikV. .Mine
S S Selk,'. II II Wileos-. lion II Knihe
Innl, A II Smith.. I Cowan, h V ICaloi
kau. Misses Xntikann. II Chinese, and
Stmr AV G Hall brought 1.7S0 bags, of
sugar, 2:W bag? of aw a, 110 bags of
coffee, 221 hides and I hoi-e. She sails
on Fildnv afteinoon.
Sclir Lilioliho biought I .:)!) bags of
-agar fi om AValmea.
J M Oat .Vs Co. ailmakei, have lately
made a Miile of new all for the clu
AVailcle and a main-sail for the. Waioli.
Seveial piKoncrs aie at woik dig
ging up an old and biokcn water pipe
at JJievvc-iS whaif. and putting in a
The b.uk Ticoott i- dUdiaiging at
the PM.SSw half.
LOCAL &. CtllERAL NEWS.
Nioi:i.y furnished 100ms nieadvoi
liscd to let.
Tin: steamer AV. 0. Nail biings
news of plenty of rain at Kona anil
Kau last week.
Mi:ssns. II. ILiekfeld & Co. offer
for sale 100,000 sugar bags to anive
lier bark Jupiter.
Ai the loscmite skating link Him
evening there will be another of
those popular bon-bon pauio. Let
us all go.
Tin: Choral anil Quintette Clubs
will meet for their usual weekly
practice Thuisday evening at the
KrAiivMiiKu that cntiicb for the
horse fair close with the Secictaiy,
Mr. J. S. AA'cbb, to-morrow after
noon at.'j o'clock.
Tin: lPgular meeting of Geo. AV.
DeLong Post, No. 15, G.A.R.. will
be held this evening at the Post
room at 7:30 o'clock.
Tin; Honolulu Rifles will meet this
evening for their usual weekly drill
at their Armory at 7:30 o'clock.
Every member is. expected to be pie
scnt. Esimr-s for the Royal Hawaiian
Agiiciiltuial Society's horse fail
must be delivered or mailed to the
Secretary, Mr. J. S. AVcbb, before
.r i. m. to-moirow.
Miss Annis Montague, Miss Came
Castle and Mr. Clias. Tinner leave
by the Kinau tliis afteinoon for AVni
luku, wheie they will give a conceit
Thursday evening in the large school
At a meeting of Pacific Hose Co.
No. 1, held last evening, the lesigna-
tions of tbo assistant foieinan anil
six menibeis weio accepted. Chas.
Purdv was elected assistant foreman
and C. K. Miller delegate.
No clue has yet been obtained as
to who hung tho clllgy of the China
man from Pacific Hose Co.'h house,
though the committee appointed is
Mill investigating the matter, and
hope to be successful in the end.
To-Monitow evening at the Hawai
ian Hotel, by command of His
Majesty the King, tho Royal Hawai
ian Hand will give a conceit in honor
of Mrs. Cbesebiough, wife of one of
the members of the linn of AVilliams,
Dimond & Co.
Tin: Y. M. C. A. singing class,
under the diicclion of Mr. J. V.
Yaindley, will bo lesunii'd this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock in tho Hall. A
full attendance of foimer members
is desiied. Anyone wishing to join
the class is cuidially invited to he
present this evening,
Trtr Hawaiian MMon Children'
.So rely hfld tlu-ir adjourned annual
meeting 1'iM evening in the vesti, of
tlir I nt tif.-t Uninli. Ihc' i
llriu" I'jcM'lenl, Dr. Uydi , dcliu-i
cil thr Mi-nual tuUlrcra, and IV
icpmHiif llic aiimts ullluer-i wcic
indented. AIIm Aiinis Miiiilagtiu
was pii'iiMit and Mitigtwo selection-',
ueooinpnnied by MiM C'nnli Cailjc.
Mr. C. X. Ashford ippuIvihI n let
ter by Hip .Afaiiprisii fiom Mi. C. C.
Coleman, who is at nicPtit in New
OiIpmih unending the i:cposltinn. In
it the latter cxpt esses gicat confi
dence that lie is going to be success
ful with bis cane planter, lie has
made the .'tcnuaiiitance of :i latgc
number of planlets, who give him
much eneouiagcment. In the course
of a vety hoit time Mr. Coleman
will demolish ate the feasibility of
Tin: Japanese slcnnioi- Ynmiliuo
Mani was to leave Yokohama about
June 2nd for Honolulu, with one
thousand Japanese immigrants. She
may be looked for about the 11th.
Consul l. AV. Iiwin and the son ot
the Japanese Minister of Foieign
Affairs will be passcngeis by her.
Another batch of itiinngiants will
piobably leave on July .'ith, followed
by another in August!
Cam. and evamine llie fioh slock
of gioceiics, New Zealand oats &
potatoes, just received by AA'olfe &
Jiisr received per M,uipoa a laigc
lot of picture and coinice mould
ing, new slylo and patterns. King
Bios.' Ail, Store. 42 "1
lr you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
l.'l Niiuanu sticct. 080. tf.
Tin: Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their huge and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient sic bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
Ti.st, Dow iS. Co. have leceived
by the Mariposa an assortment of
German Mirror Plates, Claiionel
Reeds. Violin Tail pieces, Mosquito
Hoops; Rubber Dolls, Rings and
Rattles ; Richardson's Method,
Home Family, etc., etc. They also
have a .small tenement, coinerRere
tania and Punchbowl Street, to let.
Rent Low. For fiiither paiticulais
cnquiie at their Music Stoie. 12 2t
II. P. MISSIONARY INSTITUTE.
The Rhetorical Exercises of the
students of the Noith Pacific Mis
sionary Institute took place on Sat
in day evening in the Kawniahao
Chinch. The audience was con
sidciably laigcr than at the moining
exeicises, and consisted almost
wholly of natives. The Rev. C. M.
Hyde, D.D., picsided. AVitli him,
on the platfoim, were the Rev. II. II.
Pinker; Hon. A. F. Judd, Picsi
dent, Rev. A. O. Foibcs, Secre
tary, Rev. S.' E. Bishop and Rev. S.
AVaiwaiole, of the Hawaiian Board;
and Rev. J. AVaiau, Moderator, and
Rev. E. S. Timoteo.-sCJeik, of the
Hawaiian Evangelical Association.
I he foui teen students foimcd a line
choir in the oigan gallery. Miss E.
Ar. Hall, Principal of the Punahou
Prepaiatory School, piesidcd at the
organ. The vocal and instiumental
music, it is needless to say, was ex
cellent and was a very finecntci
tainment of itself.
The five Jludcnls, who were the
spcakeis of tiic evening, addiessed
themselves to the woik befoie them
in the style of men who had some
thing to say and knew how to say it.
The nicely stitched manusciipts fioin
which Anglo-Saxon students some
times fastidiously discoiuse elvely,
classic platitudes, weio delightfully
conspicuous for their absence. The
opening prayer was offered by Rev.
S. AVaiwaiole. The hymn, "Stand
ing by a AVcll," was sung, after
which Mr. R. D. Honiiakau dcliveied
an addiess on "Ka noho olioli o ka
mea manaoio" (The happy life of
the believer). Tho next addiess
was 1)3 Mr. Napeahi, on "Ke ano
waiwai o na melu ma ka honmana
ana" (The value of hymns in woi
ship). Tins was followed by the
hymn, "I know not." Mr. G. AV.
Kalopapela next delivered an addiess
on "O Iesu kc kahuna lapaau"
(Cluist the physician). The choir
then sung, "This life is fleeting."
Two addresses followed; one by
Mr. E. M. I lamina on "ICa malauia
ana i na waiwai" (Tho care of valu
ables) ; tho other by Mr. S. Kaaloa
on "E kc kiimu, ho mea ole anci lu
oo ke make makou" (Master, cm est
thou not that we, perish). The
hymn, "The storm is l aging, Mas
ter," was then sung, after which, the
Rev. J. AVaiau dismissed the meet
ing with the benediction.
ANCLICAN CHURCH CHRONICLE.
This monthly publication for June
devotes considerable space to the
death and f uncial of tho late Dowa
ger Queen Emma, the accounts of
which aie veiy loadable, n ably
wiittcu leader gives the meaning of
Anglicanism. In speaking of the
.fcrf.TWi. tin i iwaa
now cntliedrnl now building the
"It U 'a positive duty foi cury
pciou whit has touched thopilw
Icgcb of t i church to do his or hoi
utmost low aid the fund for electing
lliia Memorial Chmch, and u tiiwl
Hint all will come fotward voltiutu-I
rily with their offeiings, and not ex
pect their clergy to assume the role
of pcisUtont beggars, or humiliate I
them B their refusals. 'Let
every mro' do accoiding as he is
disposed in his hcait, not giudg
Ingly, or of necessity, for God lovcth
tichcciful gior.' All moneys may
bo bent to the members of the Fi
nance Committee, namely, The Hon.
A. S. Clcgboin, A'ico-Prcsidcnt;
Thco. II. Davies, Trcasuier; and
the Kcv. Alexander Mackintosh,
Secretary of the Gencial Com
mittee." A suggestion is made by the
Chronicle for the abolition of the
name Music Hall to our place of
amusement,, and the adoption of the
proper name Theatic. We would
suggest that it be called Uoyal Ha
waiian Theatic. The whole number
is one that can be perused with
pleasuie and piofit.
The following aie the number of
entiies leeeivcd by Secretary C. O.
Berger yesterday afternoon for the
annual laced on Thuisday, at Kapio
lani Paik- Giaier's Plate, 0 ;
Queen's Plate, 1 ; Hawaiian Jockey
Club's Cup, 3 ; Gov. Dominis' Cup,
3 ; King's Plate, 1 ; Kahuku Cup,
and S7." added, I ; Reciprocity
Plate, o ; Gentlemen's Race, (J ;
Pony Race, 7 ; K-imehamcha Plate,
3. The three cups offered in pi izes
are now on exhibition at Mr. Ber
ger's office, and aie beautiful speci
mens of work. The Hawaiian
Jocke' Club Cup is in the shape of
an inn some twelve inches high,
beautifully ornamented and chased
in gold and silver. The other two
arc very neat in design. The races
are to start at 10:30 o'clock sharp,
and it is to be hoped this part of
the progi amine will be faithfully
carried out this year.
A FORMER CITIZEN.
Mr. Samuel Nolt is now comfoit
ably settled in a new home at Los
Gatos, about ten miles south of San
Jose. He has about twenty acies of
land, fourteen of which arc coveied
with fiuit-bearing trees, two with
fruit-beating vines, tlnee with young
vines, and the house, which is two
story, occupies tho lcinaining acre.
Thcie is a laigc windmill and tank,
and 2000 feet of pipe laid on. The
fruits consist of peaches, apiicots,
plums, apples, grapes, peais and
ligs, biich as would make the mouth
of any lloiioluhian water, as he
says. The climate at that place is
very enjoyable, and Mr. Nott and
his family arc vciy contented with
their new homer
To-monow at 10 o'clock, by in
structions leceived fioin Messrs.
G. AV. Macfailane & Co., Lyons &
Levey will sell, at the former's
salesroom, a large quantity of new
consignments of goods just received
direct from the inanufaclurcis. It
will be a special trade ciedit sale.
The goods have been expressly
manufactured for the island trade.
A list of them will be found in the
adveitising columns. The fine array
of goods is now on exhibition, and
stoiekeepeis and otheis aie invited
to inspect thein. At noon the
auctioned? will offer 250 barrels of
Poitland cement, groeeiies and
Se0ND CIRCUIT COURT.
Dining last week the term of tho
Second Citcuit Court was held at
Yailuku,Maui, Mr. Justice McCully
presiding. The calendar was not a
lengthy one. His Ex. the Attorney
General conducted the cases for the
Crown. The most impoitaul case
was that of J. K. Ilanuna, P. Ka
waika, Joe Cuminiugs and Jonah
Cunnnings, who weic biought up on
a chaige of lioting. It aroc out of
some trouble as to lights of sugar
cane on the plantations of Haua and
Mokac. The four defendants plead
ed not guilty. Ilanuna conducted
his own case, while L. Aholo ap
pealed for the other three defend
ants. The Jury (nought in a ver
dict of guilty. Ilanuna was fined
82.r)0, Kawaika 8100 and tho two
Cunnnings 82." each. It is a very
singular fact that in ncaily ull the
Hawaiian ciiminal cases heard at
this term, Hon. L. Aholo, Police
.Justice of AVailuku, appeared for
the defendants, tho cases being
within his own jurisdiction.
John R. Silva et ul. vs. A. J. Lo
i pes et ul. Tho following is the do
. cision of Mr. Justice Austin on the
question of damages In this ease.
, After healing aiguments on the
testimony taken before the Master,
and cm ef ul coiibideiation of said
I testimony, His Honor awaids the
plaintiffs S2,872..r)0. As to tio
claim for loss of turn at Wailele, tlo
phintiffs must lecover of the de
fendant KahakurS17.'i. Defendant
j Cunha is allowed 8831 with interest,
and defendant Andrade Sl,3f)l,
Ivalaina was lined S5 and bl costs
for diuuknmcs. Keliikuewa, for
assault and batteij on Nakaole (w.),
was lined 810. Ah Chan was biought
up on a clmigc of having opium In
possession, but the case was dlscon- I
tinucd by prosecution. Thos. Ander
son, for impoititig 0 tins of opium I
Into the kingdom per City of Svdnev
was finod S100 and sentenced to im
prisonment at haul labor for forty
days. Geo. II. Green wns founil
guilty of furious and heedless driv
ing, and lined Sl.'t with costs go. 30.
His license was also oidcicd to be
cancelled. Another chaige was pic
fcricd againt him, that, of Pinbcv.lc
lucnt of about 810 from James Dodd,
money collected fioin pn&bcngcis.
Ho was leinandcd until the 10th.
The case of embezzlement against
AV. A. Kilia was discontinued.
Piho, on a chaige of drunkenness,
was lined 8-r and 51 costs Kelihcle,
a young boy ciyht yeais old, was
chaigcdjwithti nancy, and committed
to the Reformatory School dining
his ininoiity. D.inicla pleaded guilty
to a chut go of assault and battery
on Kahuaina and wasicinauded until
tJie Hltli. Gcoigc Buckley, an ex
pioss driver, was eliaigcd Willi
larceny of a watch valued at S2.",
the propel ty of TI103. Sullivan. He
pleaded not guilty and was lemaiided
until the 12th hist.
Mr. John F. Thrum, the editor of
Music and JJruma, a weekly thca
tiical paper published in San Fran
cisco, was ai rested May 27th, on a
chaige of libel piefcucd by AVilliam
Ki cling, one of the proprietors of
the Tivoli Opera House in Sail
Francisco. The alleged libellous
aiticlewas published in the issue of
Mr. Thrum's paper for May 23id,
being a long editorial, headed, "The
Beer Gai den Blight." The defend
ant is well-known in this city, and is
a biother of Mr. Thos. G. Thiuni.
LATEST FOREICN NEWS.
The l evolutionists in Peru under
Caccres have sustained a complete
defeat at Iluancago by A'glesias'
foiccs under command of Col.
Yessup. Caccies himself was wound
ed, and lptuined to Pucaia. This
decisive ictoiy is expected to pie
vent any fiuthcr revolutionary at
tempts and to effect a complete
pacification of the lcpublic.
The new Ministiy of Buuil has
adopted a piograinmc foi the aboli
tion of slavciy. Slaveholders aie to
be indemnified, paitiy by a teim of
seivice according to the slave's age.
The pi occss of liberation will theic
fore be gradual.
Honduias has failed in peace
mediation between San Salvador and
Guatemala. On May 23id four
hundred Guatemalan Hoops ciosscd
the Salvador fi ontior. This invasion
is expected to re-open the whole
Cential Ameiican question.
ntouw.r. iv i:isi ai'uica.
Troubles aie said to be blowing
for England and Geiinany lcspccting
Zan.ibar and probably also in logaid
to Santa Lucia bay, failhcr south on
the eastern coast of Afiica. Agents
of the Gci man East Af i ican Company
have cncioachcd upon Zanzibar ter
litoiy in their anxiety to secure
available trading posts. By this
means, it is said, they have div cited
laigc quantities of ivory, gum copal,
India lubber, seeds and soon, which
formcily came fiom the inteiior to
Zanzibar and Pemba, causing gicat
loss and annoyance to the tradeis,
through whose hands this trallle
passed. The latter appealed to the
Sultan of Zanzibar, who addiessed
a piotest to Get many, England and
other Eiuopcaii Powcis. Eucioach
ments continued, howevei, and the
Sultan made lepiisals by sending.
300 of his ti oops to sei.c the com
pany's chief Hading posts. The
capture was peacefully effected, but
the company sent an urgent demand
upon the Geiman Government for a
force to compel the lestoration of
their propcity, which they claim to
own under the valid ticaties with
vaiious native chiefs. This lias ic
sultcd in an older for the Geiman
squadron to proceed to Zanzibar and J
investigate the subject. The Sultain
is uneasy over this naval demonstra
tion and has waiucd England that he
may possibly bo compelled at any
moment to demand the fulfilment
of tho treaty obligations shouldciod
by Gi cat Britain when she assumed
a protectorate over Zanzibar. Several
Berlin papers on May 30lh had
alarmist ai tides on the tiouble.
They hinted Unit Germany may be
compelled to dcclaio wai against
both England and Italy, for inciting
the Sultan against peaceable Geiman
i ham r. AMI CHINA.
On May 29th tho articles, of the
I treaty of peace had not been signed.
Negotiations still continued, and M.
Pateuotre, Fiench Ambassador, had
lecpiitly had sevetal interviews witli
I Li Hung Chang, Chinese Envoy.
' Both are awaiting the icply of the
Peking Government to the latest
i m nvi u
inn rrmrr r itmraemmtt:
Do LIlo on May 30th telcpraphpd
the French Govet mm nt as follow
" It, ii repotted that 1 iiuaiiqii m has
been m-neiiah'd by the Chince. I
am sending a foi ce tn gaiiison the
111(11 IIM.SOVM I'VM II.
The llotpfiore fifiptirn. Cniio,
the suspension of which by the
Egyptian Government lately gave
umbrage to the French In a iending
aitit-lo has attacked in a most offen
sive way bnglisiimcii in service in
Egypt. It was thought, nt last le
port, that a second suppicssion of
the paper might bo deemed ncccs
saiy. Till. l.NOMSII It 111 .
On May 28th, third d.iy of the
Manchester AVhiUuntidu 'meeting,
the lace for the Manchester cup, two
thousand sovcieigns added lo a
handicap sweepstake of twenty -live
soveicigns each, was won by R.
Jardines' foiu-year-old chestnut colt,
Borneo. II. Ilungei ford's flve-yeai-old
bay inaie, Xcma, came in second,
and T. Chalonci's foui-ycar-old bay
or btown colt, Ciom-a-Boo, third.
Theio weic fifteen staiteis, including
F. Gchhardt's aged bay horse, Eole,
and l. L'raig's foimeily J. K.
Kcene's-five-i ear-old chestnut hoise,
Blue Glass. At the shut Blue Grass
and Borneo made the i tinning jointly,
witli Eole well up. When half the
couisp had been covered, Borneo
assumed the lead and lelaiucd it to
the end, winning by a length, despite
a icsolute challenge of Xcma to gain
fust place. Ciom-a-Boo finished
four lengths behind Xcma ; Blue
Grass and Eole weic eased up and
camejn ninth and twelfth lespec
tivcly. On the 2fllh the laec for the
AVhitsuntide plate, 3000 sovereigns,
for two-year-olds, was won by R.
Peck's bay lllly Philosophy. Lc
fcvic's bay colt Colata came in
second and A. T.iyloi's bay colt
Gay Ilennit thiid. Theic weie nine
staiteis. Philosophy won in a
canter by four lengths. Tlicie weie
thiec lengths between the second and
r.Mii.isii u:or lutosri.ciB.
Says a London despatch of May
31 : The most encouraging feature
of the agiicultur.il outlook is the
favorable change in the weather
which lias come at the most oppor
tune time, when the warmth and
sunshine will produce the best re
sults, especially as it had been pie
ceiled by copious lains. The back
ward condition of crops and the
discoloiatiou of wheat have been
souices of complaint, but it is liow
admitted that no lasting injury was
done, and if the picsent line weather
continues rapid impiovemcnt in the
hai vest piospccts is expected.
i.sr.i.vM) ami r.rssi.v.
On Ma j" 30th, when it was sup
posed in England that the crisis was
past, the London Daily News said:
" Gladstone has crowned his illus
ti ions career by again lehdeiing the
countiy a signal seivice. AVe must
not foiget, now that peace is assured,
how near we came to war such as
this gcnciation lias not seen. Neither
mere obstinacy nor skill in diplomacy
could have aveitcd it. The task
icquiicd a combination of llic highest
qualities which go to make up the
complex gift of statesmanship.
1 he voluntceis of India have been
placed under the'oideis of the Commander-in-Chief
of llie Queen's
foices, the Duke of Cambiidgc. The
Indian voluntceis have exha allow
ances and wear scailet unifoiins.
Sir Peter Lumsdcn, leecntly in
chaige of the Biitisli section of the
Afghan Boundaiy Commission, was
expected in Constantinople on May
30th, on his way to London.
Another iiouclad is to lie built by
older of the Russian Goviiniueni.
The vessel will be constuicled at
Nikolaief, and the ai mor plates ob
tained fiom Slicllleld.
A Russian officer and scvcial Cos
sacks have ai rived at Meshed, Per
sia. Meshed is a walled city of
Northeast Pcisia and the capital of
the piovincc of Khornssan.
Tin key is lepoilcd to have accept
ed England's pioposal for the occu
pation of Suakim, piovidcd that the
expense lie paid out of a new loan
and England fixes the dale of the
ultimate evacuation of Egypt. The
Poito is said to haw been led to this
determination by insidious counsels
fiom the Russian and Fiench em
bassies, who tell llic 'I'm Its that
England is so anxious to quit Egypt
that she will agiec to anything, and
the Tin ks believe it. The Russian
war paity is icpicsented as having
become tiiumpbantat Constantinople
bince England's so-called "surien
dcr " in Afghanistan.
Invitations aie out for the celebra
tion of the thousandth anniversary of
the death of the Hint professor of
dancing in Japan. They are sent by
his descendant, I'mcuatku Mnkato,
a pi oininent dancing master. There
aie some people whose deaths one
would be willing to celebrate without
waiting one thousand ycai.-.
Little .lenny belonged to a fashion
able sot. "Here, Jenny,." said her
father, "heie's a new doll." "Oh,
father, that's no good ; lake it away.
They haven't worn thoso things for a
smrr-i in - i;r rr.-ir,wacjqa
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Alii. J. A. HinglcA, former pro
pnetor of the Pioneci Cigar Factory,
No. "0 Foit sheet, and uioro re
cently at No. SI, King street, in now
fst-iblishcd at the Central Pailc Skat
ing Rink, where he keeps a llnu as
sortment of choice elgsus and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mi. Ilingloy,
also, has re-commenced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his lcsidcnce on Beictauia
street, second door fiom Alapai
sheet, adjoining the picmlscs or
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda AVorks, No. G9,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating Rink, will icceivc piompt
ntlen-lion. 101!) lm
lOll a I'lanialion on K-iuai
JL man L iborore
Ijorore. Applv to
h. h.vckki:ld a. (-0.
HAA'IXO oUilneil the crvice3 of -i
liist-class Piano Tuner, we wbh
lo infoim the public that wo aie aUc to
Tunc anil Repulr Pianos at thort u-jtice.
All orileu lull with us will ho promptly
atlonilul to. ami all work wnnantul.
1032 ly A LST, l)OW A: CO.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
"TVJO. 7 CHAPLAIN fiTRUKT. Le-J-
suiii jjlven in .Marine, Lamhrape,
Mock Kriisingtnii, Photograph :.mi
Ctavon Painting in Oil and AVatei
Colois. Floweis in Wa, AVonl, Pliish,
Kelt, Silk. Lvithei, Hair, Crv Mai, fe.i.
ther ami KUh-i-ale. All kinds of Km.
biohluiy and l)o-ij;ii!iij taught witli
Skeleton Ui-ad, hue, C.iinh, Glaso, Shell
and Bullion woil,. Km term?, ctr, ap
ply to A. M. BUHKE,
!' 3m '( mple nf Paahion .
The iiiuki 'igiied having
laM-ii cii-irKe oi nnggace
;Knip..s So. HI. for the
puipo-eol eaiiviiif,' on iho Kvprcs and
Dray business In, pes In pajing strict
altention lo biibiiuss to' icix-ive a share
or public putonagc.
C2fZ Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. ANTOM: A. KKUMI.
Kc-idunee, corner Punclihowl and Ile
Oiiluisinny lu- left with C. Ilsiiiimor,
or AVt"t, Pow & Co , Telephone 17!)
JINK 1111.. 1HSS.
"VTOriCE is Inn by givin Hint nil
J-l pinirs wi-hing to liave
at K'lpiulnni Paik, on .lime lllli, 18S5,
must apply w itliout delay to the
SO Foot Section, t!5.M.
.1. K. WlhK.MAX,
Per ouk-r Kapiohuil Paik A--coci uion.
,1,1 K. It. 1SAKIWJC, late niimigir
t!ie Astor Houce, hegs I i annouiK-e
to his friindsand Hie public in m-nm il
that he lias jam based the H.tiatigi
House, und vill u-ojieu on .Sunday,
May ailh. I'irstclas loud by Hie
week, month or transient. .Special ae
coiumodation for ladies and families.
Heading Pallors open for guest-of the
house. The coolest dining rooms in the
city. Xo tiles. 20 2m
Matinee with Music every Wednesday After
noon. .June !, (irand lion. lion Party
.June 12, Grand Tin Ke,-Hunt Pi lie, a
Tuiki-v. 25 td
J. A. DOWER,
Ship C) reenter and Bjat IhiMir,
HAAMNO iust completed lwo','7 feet
Surf Ho us on the ninth! of the
Ivinau'ri Ion, ki highly approved hj
Capt. King and oilicn, I am now- pre
pared to 1111 otliui oulcra. Tliefo boats
iiavu Hieir linibi r.s in one riicc. limning
ncioas Hki keel frma gunwale to gun.
w ale, bent hv hte.nn, thvvnit knees alo
lie-lit '2 and !2' iur lies iqiiiirc. They arp
conscquently'lighter and mnie llellile,
and, the tlmheis being rioter together,
stronger and le-s liable to bu severely
bulged Hint tlio.-e built nfier the usual -iiocess
with the timbers In pii-ce and
tar njinrt. Tliesu boats will ho sold at
a pi leu to compete with others of either
local or foiclgu build. Our building
facilities enable us to build to any
modi 1 or sire, decked or otherwise, mid
to supply duplicate pmis of thn same at
a few hours' notice. There are scvcrul
of theo boats now open to inspection
which will he sold flilli-lud or otherwise.
ALSO On hand and for sale, Oak
irjeiiis Knees, and Timbers, all shupes
anil sies. AIo hcveiui nuiiureil leul
of ibiUlui! Oak Siltcli.iii.time Chating
llnlteiis, sold per fool in ipiantiti.". to
suit, and Hie only truck in town fit lo
carry a llont without mucking and
stunning her can bu bought oi hired at
tin- Kuterprisn Mill Apply at llie En
terprise Mill, Queen Si.
.1. A. now Kit,
.Mutual Toli-phono .No. !V25. 38 liu
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