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TUESDAY, DKC. 28," 188ft.
Stinr Jns Makeo ftnm Wnlanau
Stinr C R JH-lioi from Waialua niul
'l'ei ii Eva forS.iu Frntieleo
Hklno Kllklliit Tor Poit Tounsend
Slinr lilkcllku fur Knhuhii
Sinn I'liiutor for Kauai
Sehr KiiWiillaul for Koolau
Slinr 0 K lllhopfor Kllaue.i Ss llniialol
Stinr Jus Mnkeo for Kapiiu
Stinr I.cliuafor Wlmlwnul Polls
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bkltio Mary Winkohnnn, Backus
Ilk Vli'toilii Otos, Jtolifi lon
Ilk T It Foster, itugg
Ilk K-Mnoic, .Jenks
Jlk L1..U) licdnle, licdalo
Jlk U ft Bishop, Waller
Ilk Cnlbiiilcn, llubbaul
Bktne Eureka, Leo
Ilk Hosper, Ryder
Bktne W II Diniond, Houdlctt
For Witidwaid Port", per stinr Klnati.
Dee 28 Mrs E Notile, Hon Samuel
Parker, wife anil U ehllilren, Mis Eva
Parker, Mis F P Hustings Hon H Ktil
hclanl, Capt S.itn Xowlcln, Mls Jl E
Nowlcin, Hon II M Whitney, A O Tor
ton, II It llltelieoek, J H Urahain ami
wife. Mrs W M 0 iff mil, F 11 Austin, G
A Jackson, Bro Bertram, Bio Prank.
Bro Charles, M Ros, Mics May anil
Hannah Lo.I Brotheihood, and about
From Wninnno. per tmr Jns Makce,
Dee20 Judge Wldemann and 10 deek.
Stinr Jus Makee arrived from Wal
anae this morning with no fi eight. She
sails at live o'eloek this evening for Ka
Neither the Eva nor the Klikitat took
passengers from this port this morning.
The Klikitat sailed this morning for
Port Towiiseud in ballast.
The Eva sailed tills noon for Sail
Franeisco with 0,023 bags of sugar and
218 bunehes of bananas. Value 810,
Stmr O R Bishop returned from Wui
iniae and Wnialua this morning iitli
-150 bags of paddy from the latter place.
She sails this afternoon at 4 o'clock for
Kilauea and Ilaualci only.
Arrivals at San Franeisco, Dei; 12,
schooner Anna from Kahului; bktne,
Dicovery from Honolulu; Dee IS, biig
ff'G Irwin fr.0111 Honolulu.
Departures from Siiu Franeieo, Dee
12, biig Clans Sprockets lor Kahului;
Dec 13, sebr W 1 Bonne for Honolulu.
To sail from San Francisco, Dec 22,
schooner Anna for Kahului; Dee 20,
bktne Discovery for Honolulu : Dec 20,
stmr Australia for Honolulu. ,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Nr.w Year's sale this evening, by
Lyons & Cohen.
Ciiii-duen of the Bethel Union
have their Christmas entcrtauimejjtf
this eveniiigaj 7-ff'ei6Ck7 "
E. P. Adams & Co.'s holiilay sale
Inst evening was largely attended,
and most of the rugs and vases
were cleared out.
Hon. II. A. P. Carter, Hawaiian
Minister to Washington, reached
Berlin, on his European mission, on
the 29th November.
Lewis J. Levey will sell, to-morrow
at ten o'clock, the lease of the
Saratoga Hmisc, together with mov
ables ; all particularized in advertise
ment. Fokt-stkei:t Church pews were
sold by E. P. Adams & Co. last
evening. All but ten or twenty
were disposed of, realizing about
Mu. E. J. Costello, for six years
book-keeper for Mclntyre Bros.,
grocers, has been appointed in
spector of schools for Guatemala,
Tin: book-keeping and also the
sinmnrr olnsH meet this evening at
the Y. M. C. A. All the members'
of the singing class arc specially
requested to attend.
It is said that a policeman sent to
a steamer to watch for opium, on a
recent occasion, went to sleep on a
bajo of hay and slumbered right
through his watch till midnight.
Jf M. Oat, h'-i & Co. have for
salo a new march for the piano,
called, "Ka Lei Maile"" (the Wreath
of Maile), composed by Rev. Isaac
Goodell, of Ilonokaa, Hawaii. It is
addressed to the Hawaiians, and
nicely got up.
Mh. Armstrong Smith, formerly
pf Iolani College, who has had
charge of the Government school at
Waialua, this island, for the two
months since the late Rev. A. Clark
was compelled by illness to abandon
it, has been permanently appointed
to the position.
' Tm: steamer C. R, Bishop, on
her way to Kauai via Waialua and
Waianae, was intercepted at the
latter place last night by a tele
phono message, ordering the steamer
to return to Honolulu to take some
machinery that came by tho Mari
posa for Princuvillo plantation,
"Witii compliments of the bear
ton," J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co., station
ers tuul news dealers, issue tho
lmiuHoiui'st ortleiulnr yd annouroil.
Tile cntdbcmrtl backing contains the,
linn's card, a view of the (7i zeite
building, In winch their store Is
situated, and views of Island scon
cry, including Diamond Head and
Waikiki Bay. There is room for
memoranda in the date squares,
which is very handy for business
Tin: catalogue of 1aiichcr Creek
Nursery, just to hand, contains
every mentionablc and conceivable
kind of trcu, shrub, plant and (lower.
Horticulturists and lloiiculturists
can have their largest and most
varied demands fully and promptly
satisfied, at moderate piiccs. Fau
chcr Creek Nursery is near Fresno
City, in Fresno County, California.
Catalogues will bo sent to any one
who applies to Mr. O. I'.ison, pro
iM it. C. If. Miller leceived by the
Mariposa a largo Hock of young
chickens, dyed in a variety of colors.
They were such a novelty that they
have all gone off at high prices. The
chickens were hatched in the
"Golden Gale" incubator, for which
Mr. Miller is agent, and their re
niaikablc liveliness after undergoing
the dyeing operation, as well as a
long sea voyage, is ample evidence
that the incubator is all that is
claimed for it.
A itATiicu incongruous political
caitoon appeared in Oats' window
this morning, showing the three
native candidates for Honolulu
fishing for votes, out of a hying
break on the Nuuanii road, with
poi, fish and gin for bait, while the
whitu candidate, "left on the road,"
is pursuing the vehicle, his hat off
and hair streaming in the wind.
An Opposition cartload is distanced
in the race. The production is
hardly complimentary to tho Hono
Fnusii Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Mcllcr & Halbe's Con
Look at Horn's windows and see
if they are not more tasty than the
fittings of the Mararoa. 207
Fitnsn Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mcllcr
& Hebe's Confectionery. 177
. 1 . . 1
The public are invited to call and
sec our new goods, selected for the
holiday' trade. King Bros.' Art
Store. ' 210 3t
PARADE AND LUAU.
The Queen's Own, under com
mand of Capt. O'Connor, will
parade ijiimdresuniform at their
Armory, Queen streettX JJ-'alfcL'
on Thursday, 31st insl., marching
from there, accompanied hy the
drums and bugles of the corps, to
the recreation ground. The com
mand will be put through field evo
lutions, marching, manual, firing,
charging, skirmishing, etc. After
which the corps will march back to
the Armory, where a luau will be
prepared, given 113' the corps in
honor of the anniversary of the
birthday of Her Majesty Queen Ka
piolani. The members have de
cided to dispense with intoxicating
liquors at the luau.
A SCANDALOUS TRANSACTION.
Capt. Crane, of the Nettie Mer
rill, on his last arrival but one from
Lahaina, left ten bags of coal at the
foot of the Harbor Master's steps.
When he came back from Lahaina
the coal was gone. Investigation
proved that dray No. 32 had been
loaded ith the coal and gone off
with it, and, further, that the dray
had been employed by a prisoner,
who, it appears, sold the coal for
three dollars to a man named
Ilcndley, employed under the Har
bor Master. Ilcndley was thrown
into consternation by his discovery
as a receiver of stolen goods, and
succeeded in begging Capt. Crano
not to prosecute. There is much
feeling over the affair among busi
ness men along tho water front.
The letting loose of convicts to prey
upon property is regarded as a moro
serious offousc against the public,
onthepaitof the authorities, than
their neglect to suppress the depre
dations of uncaught thieves.
A SHOCKINC AFFAIR.
FATAI, lti:SUIT Of GIN AS POLITICAL
Yesterday afternoon a meeting
convened by the Government candi
dates for Honolulu was held upon
certain premises in Punchbowl
street. It was attended by two or
three hundred natives, whom the
aspirants for legislative honors plied
with liquor, presumably to work
them up to the required point of
enthusiasm over tho freshly-announced
Government policy. Be
fore tho proceedings closed, many
of tho "free and independent"
electors wore lying about the ground
in stupid intoxication. Some of
them were covered up with mats
and left to sleep oil their extraordi
nary political dose. O110 named
Kalulakoa, however, managed to
get away with his load, undor
which he ultimately staggered luto
the linnta f the police. Ho was
locked up In tho Station House,
whore he died in a cell during the
night. A communicated article
elsewhere gives other significant
An inquest was held at the Sta
tion Houso tills forenoon, when Dr.
E. C. Webb gave his report of a
post mortem examination, to the
effect that Ifalalakoa, who was about
35 years of ago, had died from fatty
degeneration of the lieait, and tho
jury iclurncd a verdict accordingly.
There is no doubt, however, that the
direct cause of deatli was gin. The
unfortunate victim was taken to tho
Station drunk at 3 o'clock in tho
afternoon. A watch was kept over
him, and at 11 last night his heart
being observed to nearly cease beat
ing, Dr. Webb was sent for, but
death ensued in a few minutes.
THE GOVERNMENT'S FIRST GUN.
ONI! VOTKU SLAIN AND IIUNDItmiS
The Independents fired their first
gun last Wednesday evening at the
Armory. The Government's first
gun in reply was fired yesterday in
the meeting called by the Govern
ment candidates to appoint their
hums. Its reply was characteristic,
and the results were strewn broad
cast over the town and up and into
the Station Houso, where 0110 is said
to have expired last night from too
close contact during the day with
Hayscldcn and his colleagues.
Mr. John Baker presided over the
gin, pouring it from a pitcher into
the glasses thrust at him, announc
ing meanwhile that he was a fallen
angel sent from Heaven to provide
natives with free liquor. (Last Sun
day Mr. Baker had taken a promi
nent part in the Sunday School ex
ercises at Kawaiahao, singing a
Some three hundred natives were
present, a handful only of whom
were not drunk or under the influ
ence of liquor. Some were so drunk
they could not get out, and were
lugged into a corner of the yard and
dumped, where the' lay (Hayscl
den's trump cards) covered with
mats to snooze off the Government
platform they had been imbibing.
The good fairy of the feast was
Hayseldcn, who saw to all details
and was everywhere except in the
Apropos to tho above, we reprint
a portion of the Advertiser editorial
of this morning: " An address has
been issued by the Government can
didates for the representation of
Honolulu in the next Legislature,
which seems to be loyal and moder
ate in tone and thought. It does
UGfccieal 4.n -misrepresentation or
abuse, but touches upon tha 'promi
nent political issues of the day.
There is a dignity about it wholly
wanting in the filibustering attack
upon constituted authority and pri
vate character at the Armory, to
which reference has been made. Wo
trust that a similar tone will be pre
served by the Government candi
dates throughout the election. They
have reason and truth on their sido."
At a called meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, A. F. &. A. M., on
Saturday last, St. John's Day, the
officers were installed by P. M. Bro.
Porter, assisted by P. M. Bro.
Howe, as follow: Bro. J. M. Mon
sarrat, W. M. ; Bro. A. Brown, S.
W. ; Bro. J. Phillips, J, W. ; Bro.
M. Brown, Treas. ; Bro. Win. John
son, Secy. ; Bro. Win. M. Graham,
S. D. ; Bro. Nichols, J. D. ; Bros.
JonesJ and Smith, Sr. and Jr. Ms
of C. ; Bro. B. D. Whitney, Tyler.
P. M. Bro. Hassinger addressed tho
retiring Worthy Master Moro in
complimentary terms. After which
those present retired to a banquet at
the Hawaiian Hotel. Having dono
justice to a sumptuous spread, a
number of toasts wore duly honored.
"The Grand Lodgo of California"
was responded to by Bro. Hassinger;
"P. M. Bro. Kalakaua," by Bro. J.
Boyd; "Lodgo lo Progres do
l'Oceanie," by Bro. Pfeiffcr; "Past
Masters of Lodgo of Hawaii, by Bro.
Way. Bro. A. Brown gave a song.
Bro. W. M. Merrill responded to a
toast of "Visiting Brothers". A
duct was givon by Brorf. Brown and
Phillips. Bro. Fishbourne responded
for "The Ladios." Bro. More pre
sented a vocal tribute. Bro. Graham
stood for "The Youngest Mason ;"
Bro. Monsarrat, for tho newly-in
stalled officers ; Bro. Portor, for tho
Masonic Order; Bro. Brown, S. W.,
for Hawaiian Lodgo olllcens. Bro.
Phillips tuned his vocal harp to a
song. Bro. Hauimor made a speech,
and Bro. White another, a song by
Bro. Brown coming between. Bros.
More and Phillips gave songs In
succession, Rio. Tauuat remarks,
followod by a song from Bio. Still,
a visitor. Then all joined in singing,
"Auld Lang Syne," bringing the
merry meeting to a close.
Last evening the olllcers of Lodgo
lo Progres du l'Oceanie wore install'
ed, as follow! Bro. W. B. Davoy,
W. M. ; Bro. I. . Peterson, S. W. ;
Bro. Thos. Wall, J. W. ; Bro. E.
Kistlor, Sec ; Bro. Ph. Opfergelt,
Treas. ; Bro. O. H, Pffliffer, 8. D. ;
Rro, W, 1', Cioofcs, J. U. I Rro, J.
Cnmuion, 1. (.. ) Bro. N. Clifford,
Tyler. Brief inaugural addi esses
wcic dclivurcd by the new Worship
ful Master and Senior Warden.
There was a presentation of Past
Masters' jewels lo Bros. Kistler and
Spear, who made appropriate
acknowledgment of the tokens.
"A single tree, just discovered
in Auslialla, piopagatcs only by
suckers." There arc saloons in this
country which do the same thing ;
but they are more plural than
Valuable Lease of
For Sali; ut Auction.
1 am iiutiuutcil liy Mr. Thomas Kioiibo
to oiler at l'ublie Attutlou the unexpired
lcaso anil llMiuci of the desirable ics
tauraul known as the
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 30tli,
At 10 o'clock a.m., at the picmiscs, on
Hotel Street. The Lcaso has 1! years to
inn at a unital of $100 per month, to.
gethcr with 1 coltngu fiontlng on Hotel
Street ami 1 at ihu side of the iestau.
taut, which brings In 11 lcntal of $-10 per
month. Providing the whole is not hold
in one lot, after the lcaso is solil I will
oiler tho whole of the furniture ami
cllects, suitable for a lcstuuraut, com.
1 fino Cooking Range, in splendid
order, with boilt'r attached; clmiisautl
tables, plated uuc, cutlciy, crnckciy
and glassware, t'haudclieis and lamps,
table linen, curtains, hat racks pictures,
2 largo meat safes, 2 large refrigerators,
office furniture, 1 walnut center table, 1
parlor tot, seven plices; 1 large rug,
door mats, vet andah chairs, etc. Also,
1 Horse, Perfectly Sound.
1 Set Fino Buggy Harness,
1 Side-Bar Buggy.
Also, the Household Furniture contained
in Cottage Xo. 11, Union Stieet,
13cdr-ooiii. So m, JBcrtrt LciuIm,
Chair?, Tables, etc., etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
211 2t Auctioneer.
Just received, per S. S. Mnilposn,
211- -JI. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. T3t
By direction of W. C. P.irke, Admin,
istrator with the will anne.xcil of tho
Estate of J. M. Diiglc, deceased, I will
sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, in Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock m., on
31st December, 1885,
All that certain Leasehold iutcicstand
indenture of lease made by Hoopii to J.
M. Daiglc, dated March 0, 1885, for the
term of 10 years, for the j early lent of
Thirty Dollars, payable yearly in. ail.
vance. The first year's rent has been
paid. The premises to be bold nre:
3 Acres 011 tlie
NUUANU VALLEY ltOAI),
Honolulu, near the Halfway House, with
u house with two rooms nail lauiii. All
improvements made by lessee may be
removed by him. Purchaser to assume
covenants in lcaso to bo pcrfoimcd by
lessee. This lot Is valuable for pnstur.
EgT" Deed at expense of purchaser.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
W. O. Pauku, Administrator. 210 at
In Want of any drocerios?
Has just received, per St. Paul, a line
assortment of goods builablo for Cluist
mas or any other time, consisting of
Atmoro's Minco Meat,
Plum Pudding, Almonds, "Wulnu
Brazil Nuts, Pilboils, Table Itaisius,
Sultana KnlBlns, Curiam?,
Curried Oysters, Pigs, Dales, Condensed
Eggs, AHSortcil Apices, Pastry gpicu,
Durlut' Salad Dicssiug, Durcls
Olive Oil, Geiiuca,
Diipee IIujiin -ito I(:kmji,
CoilflHli H'llU, Cilia. Cliecie.
Fairbanks,' Laid, Llbby's Tilpo,
Chipped Beef, Piosh Smoked lleef,
Kits .Mackeicl, CoUllsh,
Fuloou Pilot Bread, Medium .Mixed
Crackers, School Cukes,
Honey Cakes, Wine Ci tickers,
Extra Family Flour, Whcul, Urau,
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Fresh Apples, Dried Apples,
Prunes & Peaches,
Anil in liny other desirable goods in
stock. All orders will recoUe careful
attention. BST Telephone 110.
20iJ lm AS. UUST-Cl Ulug (St.
Horses for Hale Clump.
, MOU PAKE" and n
MaaBSSf slx-yeai-ohl Coll, ihor.
XSa54 oiighbretl. Also, 1 Top
Jf a- Buggy, 1 Open Buggy
and 1 Brake, will bo hold at low flgurcx.
The UOKASKLLA, or " Mcrry.go.
round," is nlto offered for sale.
211 lw AiT: OLUNEY.
Steamers for Sale.
rpiIK unileislgned hog to call the
JL attention of steamship companies
anil others Interested to the following
IM of Hleani launches, tugi and other
Meant boats offeietl for sale by one of
bin eoirespondents luLhcipoot with the
pi Ices attached, and which 011 account
of the lemarkably ilepiceil tatc of the
shipping business will bo seen to bo ex
Launches, Tugs nnil small boats that
can bo brought on deck of a large
steamer or sailing vessel.
New steel mm ew tug IS feet x 10 feet
x 5fi'ct8-in. with 10 horse power engines
nominal, Miifaco condenser-, donkey
pump, clc. Speed 12 miles an hour.
Price In Liverpool .CI, 0.10 or 85,250.
84130. Wood Screw Passenger and
Cargo Launch, built In 1885, pair of 0 In.
cylinders, S-ln. srokc, speed about 10
miles, extta trong oak frames, pitch
pine planking, copper fastened, dimen
sions 15.0x0.lx4.11. draft of water att3
21)01. A Steel twlu-seivw Steam Yacht,
built In 18S4, i pairs of vertical D I A
11 1 P I engines of 10 H.P., four C-ln.
cylinders, S-in. stroke, speed 0 knots on
a consumption of :i cwt. per hour,
bunkers contain (I loir, she has 11
sleeping berths, was built to go up tho
Nile, dimensions Uj.2.12.7xG7. Price
2J00. A New Wood Screw Steam
Launch, copper faMeiicd, compound
S I C engines li-in. and 12-in. 7-lu. stroke,
huge multitubular boiler, teak lagged,
of DO lbs. working present c dimensions
10.0x8.0x1.1. Pilee C050.
2301. An Iron twln-fccrew Steamer,
built In 1871), for river passenger trallle,
hull, engine and boiler lately ovcihauled
at a cost of 107, speed 11 knots 011 a
consumption of about 4 tons per week,
bunkers contain 12 tons, dimensions
S1134. Steel Screw Tug, built in 1885,
engines O S C 25 ll.l'.N. 11-ln. and
2-'-ln. cylinders, 20 In. stroke, steel
tubular boiler. 100 lbs. working pressure,
speed 12 knots, boiler lagged, cyllndeis
lagged with felt and mahogany, dimen
sions 70xt2.Sx0.2. Draft of water y,
feet and 0 feet. Price .'J1S50.
2203. An Iron Screw Steamer, now
building, anil classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
to carry 280 tons on 0.C draft, bunkcis
contain 20 tonf, speed 0 knots on a con
sumption of 3 tons per day, compou id
1) I A engines of 10 H.P., lfi-lu. and
30-in. cylinders, boiler of 80 lbs. woik
ing picviiuc, donkey engine and steam
winch, dimensions 120.0x21.0x10.6.
2J11. An Iron Seicw Tug, built In
18S5, classed Al at Lloyd's for towing
put poses, two compound S C D A
engines of 15 11.1'., 10-in. and 30-in.
cylinder, 22 .stroke, speed 10 to 12 knots,
dimensions 7!).lxl5.!.!).:i. Piico 3,600.
2308. An Iron Screw Steamer, built
in 18S5, and classed 100 Al, 5G5 tons ic
gistcr, and eanles 1,120 tons D.W. on 15.0
draft, 2 common 1) A S C engines of
00 H.P., 25-iii. and 48-in. cylinders,
33-in. stioke, cylindrical multitubular
boiler of 80 lbs. working pressure, bun
kers contain 1G2 tons, consumption 8
tons per day, donkey engine anil bollcrf,
also 3 steam v.'.h7.Va, .'.VcnciM.'jirs SsiRj ux
30.0x15.10. Pilee 12,000.
2294. An Iron Screw steamer, built
in 1S85, and classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
07 tons register, cariios 330 tons on 10.0
draft, bunkcis contain 50 tons, speed
13 to 14 knots on a consumption of
8 tons per day. compound S I C engines
of 80 H.P., 21rf-ln. and 42-in. cylinders,
30-in. stroke, steel tubular boiler of 95
lbs. working pressure, donkey engine,
and 2 steam winches, dimensions H5.0x
23.1x10.0. Price 8,500,
Tho above are only a few of the steam
vessels that aro offcicd at salo In Great
Butalii at the present time. Almost any
description of steamer and of any sizo
desired eau now bo purchased at very
favorable rates. It Is of course neces
sary that some responsible party in
England should examine the condition
of the steamers offered for sale before
101 3m W. L. GREEN.
For San Francisco.
Tho Magnificent Steamship
Will leave for the above port on or
about JANUAUY 12, 1880.
FOB. SYDNEY, N. S. AY.
Tho well-known Maguillcent Steamship
Will Jcave for tho ahove port 011 or
about JANUAUY 5, 1680. For Height
and passage, apply to
204 11. HACKFELD & CO., Ag'ts.
Pacific Mull Sl'iiiBhlp Co.
fcUSCe- l"'OH YOKOHAMA AND
The well-known favorite .Steamship
II, O. DiiAitnniiN Commander
Will Icuvo for the above ports on or
about JANUARY fi. For freight and
p.issage, apply to
201 II. 11ACKFELD & Co., Ag'ts.
Jiibt received, an extra fine lot of Ma
nlla Cigars, in Boxes of S!C0 and 500.
For siilu in Bond or?,'duly paid, in uuau
titles to suit by
M. S. Qrinbaum & Co,
II0N0M1U, December 28, 1&S5.
ON mid after this llatb the h .vcr of
attorney given to John A. Palmer
by Arthur Morgnn is revoked. AU un
paid accounts duo mo will ho collcctod
by myself in person.
To the Business Community:
QUARTIJIHA' Bills Olstilbuteil, Ac
counts in.ide out, Hooks written up
anil Balanced, Collections of Accounts
a specially. Kveiy Ilulnes Man should
call on 1110 who delru the above busi
ness attended to. .1. V.. WISEMAN,
203 lm General ItiiMness Agent.
Programme of tie
Hiiwiiiiiiii Rifle Association
to be held at the Casino Range,
Kaplolanl Park, on
Friday, January 1, 188G,
AT 10 o'clock, a sr.
I H. R. A. Trophy,
(Valued nl i $150). Compctltois limit.
ed to members of the Assort ition.
Conditions or Match For the highest
aggregate scoie at 200 and 500 yurds;
ten rounds al each distance; any mill,
tary rille under the rules; lo become
thopiopcrlyof the mm ksman winning
it thiee times at regular meeting), of
the II. R, A. Entrance fee, $1.
2 Tho 200-Yard Match,
1st Prize, A Springfield Rifle: 2nd
Prize, $5; 3d Prize, $2.50.
Conditions Open to all marksmen;
any military rille under tho rules;
rounds 10? distance, 200 yards; en.
trance fee, $1; entries unlimited.
3 Tho Brodie Medal,
(Value at ij.50). Also, 2 Cash Prices of
$5 and $2.50, in addition to tho Medal,
which is the 1st Prize.
Conditions Open to all members of
the Association and members of the
regular and volunteer milltaiy com-
panics of the Kingdom, to become the
properly of the marksman winning it
three times at regular meetings of the
II. R A. Distance, 200 yatds; lounds
10; any military rille under the rules;
limited to one enliy for inch com-
petitor. Entrance fee, $1.
4 The Consolation Match,
1st Prize, ;2d Prize, $5;Jd Prize 2.
Conditions Open to all marksmen
who have never made a record ex
ceeding 70 per cent, at any meeting of
the H. R. A. Rounds, 5; distance,
200 yards; any military rifle under
tho rules. Entrance fee, 50 cents ; en
J. BRO DIE, M.D., President.
J. II. FjsHEjKSecretary. 20S lw
HOMES, HOMES !
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Cottago on Berctania Street, 0 Rooms,
$35 a month.
Cottago on Lunalllo Street, 10 Rooms,
$50 a month.
Cottage on Nuunuu Street, 0 Rooms,
$25 a month.
Coltaggon Kiuau Street, 4 Rooms, $18
Cottago on Merchant Street, 4 Rooms,
$12 a month.
Cottage on Queen Street, 5 Rooms,
$10 a month.
Cottngc on King Street (Palama), 9
Rooms, $30 a month.
Cottago on Liliha Street, 0 Rooms,
$20 a month.
Cottngc on Beretaniu Street (Smith's
Bridge), $0 a month.
Cottago on Pcnsacola Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 a month.
Cottago on Emma Street, 0 rooms, $80
Largo roomy Lodging House, 17
rooms, central location, $50 a month.
Property for Snlc:
On Luualilo Street, new house, 10
rooms ; lot 200. 100, and paddock, $0,000.
At Puuahou, large roomy house on 2
acres of land, lino timber land and pas
ture, artesian well water, $5,000.
At Pimahou, fronting on three street',
a large, roomy house in good condition,
over an acre of ground ; btables, chicken
house, outsido cottage; grounds neatly
laid out. Bell on easy terms.
On Lilllm street, corner of School
stieet, 2 Cottages, separate lots, bring in
a icntal of $425 a year. Sell for $5,000.
On Klnau street, 2 Cottages on two
deep lots (separate). Sell onoor both. -
At Walklkl, several scasido residences.
Splendid opportunity for selecting
charming summer retreats.
Store tuul OflleeH.
On Fort stieet, near Custom Ifoiife,
that splendid warehouse formerly known
un ihu vsiimiT JMiiuiuig, wouiii inane a
Hue Restaurant stand. Long leuf-u given
to responsiblo parties,
One side of that elegant ofllco occu
pied by J. E. Wiseman, with furniture,
use of telephone, consultation room,
ttc. Rental, cheap to thu right parties.
On King street, opposite Station
House, a .suitable htoie or hhop to rent.
Full Infoi niatiou, given on application -
of all the above- properties.
Soyoral Buggies, Brakes and
latter well broken, for salo cheap ; also, "
a Billiard Table, Piano, neat ofllco 1
Secretary, larva Kufo- lnn Vnnln r..., vi
tcru, Furuiture, etc.
J. E. WISEMAN.
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