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ICftV 1 'V . i TTS t .., .1
i OY AUTHORITY.
Notice to Pure ! mul (,!iiur
diaiiK iti'!Sclml dilution.
A g teen My with the ptovialotis of
late Leyi dative enactments on the
subject, tlio Hoard nf Kiluoatiou has
increased the editcniiunnl facilities
of this district by tin establishment
of free schools in the English lan
guage, ivt Knmoilnli, Iviiuluwoln, Ka-lihi-Waena,
Kalihi-ukn and Muan-lua.
Those arc in addition to the Royal
or ICahohuna lloy' School, and the
l'oliuktiinu tiitU' Hihonl, which are
now iilm free nniler the law. Hut
am. pupilK who shall attend the !
Kort-blreC't flowrniui'nt Sulkot
School ftotn tltu ijjh'iuuk nf tin- pic
sent term on the Mh of .limitary
inst., will he leiiuitvd to pay tuition
foes, WlTitorT bxoeptiov; and no re
missions v. ill be uiudo on account oi
the N'UMiir.n nt ehildien that shall be
Kent by any parent.
By older of the Hoard of Rihier.
ticn. W. J AS. SMITH,
Education Oflice, .Inn. .".0, 18S9.
'I- i I 10
-li .2J' l
J'lriU'fi! to tiiitirr
IS lit i.-iuisAeti ti,r
Sr,' i.iir Parly,
tin bruffit of all.
FKltA. FKIL 1, 181).
Imutok Ib;i.i.i.Tis: Pres-iiio of
Other matters has prevented my
earlier reference, in your columns,
to the matter of tlio conieinplated
mutilation of Palace Square. When
that beautiful plaza uas made such
l3" the old resume, cen the worst
enemies of the then premier acknow
ledged it as ainonjr what they claim
ed were his few pub ic-t-piritcil and
beneficial acts. Since then c have
heard nothing but commendation,
till wc aic t-uildenly confronted by
advertisements lor tenders to fence
up the squaie.
AVe are theiefoie in face of the
fact that it i- i)ioposed to destroy
.vhat is now the city plaza, on the
stock argument that large cities re
quire parks or breathing-places. We
already have three beautiful public
parks of varying extent, none of
which aic eer utilized however, ex
cept on special occasions and for
these or similar special occasions the
'plaza" liausfurmcd to another
."park" ould never lie ot anv use.
Moreover, every mail's door yard is
a miniature park in Honolulu, and
the stock argument utterly fails.
It i- conceded by the "other
side" (vide "AdvertU r" of Mill
inst.) that Palace Square is a mo-l
fitting place foi milil.'tiy parades.
Hut it says so by the conserse line
of argument in these ords: "We
are quite sure ali-o, that the unob
structed width of King street from
Richard street to Kawaiahao and be
yond, is all that is required for the
drills and parades of our volunteer
troops." Now, while disclaiming
and disliking any attempt, from any
source, at what may be called per
sonal journalism, this citation is so
apropos of the old 5j"Jack-of-all-trades"
saw that I here invoke it
against the "Advei User's" self-con-.stitutcd
military editor. Kvery re
cruit knows that there isn't the lirt
word of truth in the citation referred
to and that any fencing off of the
square, or any poition ol it, would
render it entirely useless for pui
poses of parade or for any drills
more extensive tlnin that of the
squad. As it is, it is very conve
nient both in formation and location,
besides being a stratagetical point
of much value j and 1 believe that
any interference with the present
condition except for much better
reasons than any yet advanced by
the apologists lor the change can
not hut he regarded by every Ha
waiian volunteer as an unfriendly
act of the authorities toward them
selves. In closing I thank you on behalf
of our citizen soldiers, for the iute-
reht ou have displayed in the mat
ter, through your editorial columns,
from the standpoint of Hie volun
teers. Voi.nkv V. Amroitn.
A TEMPERANCE LliCTURER.
TJccent mails have brought u
word of the proposed coining to
Honolulu of .Miss Jes0ie V. Acker
roau, a young lady, who hat, for
huveral years trawled and lectured
in the interests of the temperance
She letiirurd las.t bummer from u
lengthened stay in Alaska whuie alio
labored with gnat success, both in
" temperance ami evengelistic wmk.
At the annual ii eting in A'ew Yoik
! last October ol tiie National Wo-
' man's Christian Temperance Union
of America, she was fcppouilt'd a
"round-the-world missionary" to
follow Mrs. Maiy (.'lenient Leailt,
(nliose stay of a mutitli hcip four
years ago many will recall with
pleasure), and will stop here for a
lew ilaye, en routo to JS'ew Zealand
nnd Australia, wlumco cho cxprcta
to proceed to Japan, China, lutlia,
Miss Aukerraati ootues with the
highest recommendation ftom Miss
Trances K. Willnrd, President of
the National AV. C. 'J'. t, and ninnv
others. Below ate some of l'
newspaper notices of her lectin en:
Miss Jessie Ackerinan airicd
Monday and is the guest of Mrs.
L. ( Hughes. Miss Ackerinan is
the national lectin er of the W. V.
T. I'., and has been travelling since
October last in the interest of the
national work. During last eck
she lectured at various points lu
New Mexico and was always greeted
with large houses. The unions
through New Mexico have all been
strengthened by her work and new
Miss Ackcrmau has had a wide
experience in the lecture Held, hav
ing travelled throughout the United
States, through the ropuniic oi
Mexico, and Alaska. She leaves to
night for Phenix, thence through
California to San Francisco, from
which point she will make a voyage
around the world as the representa
tive of the National Women's Christ
ian Temperance Union. Here is a
heroine worthy ot the cause in which
she is enlisted. Tucson (Arizona)
1IIL I.ADV M.CTt'UKIt.
Last eveninir the Pandora street
Methodist chinch was well filled to
hear the temperance lecturer and
organizer of the W. C T. I., Miss
J. A. Ackerinan, of Boston, Massa
chusetts The subject of her ad
dress was the "Influence of Wo
man," and it was most ably dealt
with. The speakei is fluent and
very easy and at home in her man
ner. She gixe.s her auditors the
impression of long study and deep
conception of the question with
which she deals.
Miss Ackerinan is expected by
the Australia nuxt week. Feb. ."ith,
and will remain here ten days, leav
ing lor New Zealand, Feb. lGth. If
the Australia arrives in time, the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, and the ISlue liibbon League
will hold a icception lor her the
same evening, Feb. .th, in the Y.
M. C. A. Hall, when she will ad
dress the meeting. All interested
are cordially invited to attend. At
that time arrangements will be made
lor her subsequent lcctmc.
Mauv S. Wnn.M.i.
Pros. W, C. T.
urc i.riios is iioxrui or Tin: mm
DAY ANVlVlUisAin or Till.
His Majesty William C. l.uualilo,
who was born January .'!!, lS.'So,
and died Fobruaiy :Sd, 1S7-I, made
his will, leaving his propeity for the
louudatioii and maintenance ol a
home lor aged and Indigent Hawaiian1-.
IlisIIouoi Chief Justice Judd
was the legal adviser of the late
King. 'The Lmiahlo Home was
opened fur the admission for such
as were entitled under the will, on
Mai.:tl, 18S3. The tuistees are lion.
W. V. Parke, lion. W. O. Smith
and Mi-s Mary fireen. Mr. W. K.
II. Ueverill is Siipeiintendent of the
home. There are accommodations
for lifty, but at the present time the
number is thirty-nine, fourteen wo
men and twenty-five men. 'The
oldest is aged ninety-eight, tlio
youngest thirty-six years.
The main building is two story,
with two long wings, finished by a
square one-story building at each
end. In the centre is a tower in the
Norman style. secnty-fivc feet from
the ground. The tower and main
building are approached by eleven
concrete steps, opening on to a wide
veianda about PJ by KUcet. Ivnter
uig the building, to the left ate the
otliccn of the siipeiintendeiit, to the
right a icception room in which is
hung a port mil in oils ot the late
King l.uualilo. The fust lloor up
stairs is occupied by the superin
tendent and his family. Ascending
a winding stair ease from this lloor,
the lower is l cached, and a magni
ficent view of the ea and the city
is obtained. Along the whole front
and icar ot the building theie is a
wide veranda. The rooms of the
inmates aie in the two long wings,
and are models of ncalnjPfs and
comfort. There are about twenty
threti rooms in the building. Away
at the rear is an artesian well which
supplies the institution with water.
itiIiiv Hie '111111 versuiv ot Hie
i ""-'". 0" 1
f the founder was celebrated
at the home by a public reception
The weather was beautifully line,
and as a const queiico, a huge num
ber of people accepted the invitation
ol the uustecs. Driving up tlio
avenue leading lo the handi-oino
building, tlni well kept and tastily
laid out grounds attracted much at
tention. Kvery variety of tropical
vegetation is to hu seen. Arriving
at the main enhance the visitors
weio coiilially wulcomed by the
I Ions. W. C. Parke and V. O.
Smith the trustees, and hhoun all
ou;r the building. The moms of
the inmates, the culinaiv depart
ment and the lower were all open
foi inspection. The decoratious
both iusjdc and outside the building
weie most beautiful anil a eiedit to
Mr. Ueveiill, the Stipeiintendent
who personally arranged thorn.
From tins tower to the squares at
each end uf Hie wingb were stiingt,
of Hugs of all nations, the, Hawaiian
Hag Hying gaily lo the breeze from
the centre of tlio tower. The en
trance to the main building wan
draped with lings, the whole effect
being very stnking. lu most of
the looms in the interior were to be
seen, largo bouquets of choice
(lowers, polled plants and wreaths
of evcrgieens. Mr. and Mrs. Dcver
ill were very assiduous in their at
tendance on Ihe visitors, atiswcring
The llnval Hawaiian Band occu
pied a position on the lawn in rear
of the building and played appro
priate selections during the after
noon. Ice cream, f i nit ices, coffee,
sandwiches. cakes and lemonade were
served in the reception room, under
the supervision of Mr. JauiesStelner
of the Elite Ice Cream Parlors, and
as might have been expected, were
of the very best kind. A number
of beautiful photographs of the
building taken from different posi
tions, by Mr. J. J. Williams, to be
sent to the Paris exposition, were
on view in the Superintendent's
olllee and attracted much notice.
The reception was a grand success
from beginning to end. The very
cleanly and tidy appearance of the
interior of Ihe spacious building and
the excellent older in which the
grounds are kept, formed a subject
of much coininendalioti among the
visitors, and lolleots credit on the
Among those present were: Their
Majesties the King and Queen, at
tended by Mr. J. W. Uobertson,
Acting and Vice. Chamberlain, II.lt.
II. Princess Liliuokalani, II. !t. II.
Piincess Kaiulaui, Hon. John O.
Doininis, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, II.
II. Prince Kawanaiiakoa, Hon. A.
F. Judd, Chancellor of the King
dom and Mis. Judd, His Ex. Jouo.
Austin, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
His Kvccllenoy the Attorney-General
and Mrs. Ashford; His Kxcel
lency Geo. W. Merrill, U. S. Minis
ter i'esident: .Mr. Justice and Mrs.
L. MeCullv; Mr. Justice and Mrs.
S. 15. Dole; Capt. J. G. Gieen, U.
S. S. Alert ; Capt. Acland, 11. B.
M. S. Hyacinth; Capt. J. T. Nicoll,
II. B. M. S. Cormorant; Rev. Dr.
Lowell Smith, Mrs. B. F. Dilling
ham, Itev. Dr. E. G. Bcckwilh, Mrs.
J. M. Damon, Mrs. F. W. Damon,
Dr. N. B. and Mrs. Emerson; ltev.
W. C. and" Mrs. Merrill; Mr. A.
1). Bissell, Hev. S. E. and Mrs.
Bishop ; Dr. C. 15. Wood, Lieut,
and Mrs. Moore; Miss Snow, Mrs.
J. O. Carter, Mrs. A. S. Ilartwell,
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mr. T. G. and
Mis. Giibble; Mi. II. W. ami Mrs.
Schmidt; Mr. H. W. and Mrs.
Hall; Mis. J. P.. Alherloii, Mr. C.
A. and Mrs. LSiov n . Air. A. F. and
Alls. Cooke and uuiuv others.
A CHARMING bTATE OF GRAIN.
Father You cannot marry Mr.
Smith ; he squints.
Daughter True, but he made
MM), 000 in Wall street last week.
Father Ah, well, take him, but
it's a pity lie doesn't lisp and make
Had aetoi(in ristauiant) Waiter
what do you mean by bringing such
efib'r They aie absolutely rotten.
Waiter (who had seen tiie actor
perforin the night before) I
thought th.it was the hintl you al
ways got, bir.
The loof cats of eoaehes on
Filth avenue, New Yoik, are sup
plied with rugs to wrap about the
knees ot p.-issengeis who care to
brave the cold for the shake of the
The Czar thinks he can raise cot
ton in Eastern Asia, and his coni
mibbioned .1. L. Scott of Marion, S.
C, to o teach his people how to
plant, pick and gin.
rj',IIIi legiibn ti.ontMi iiiieliiij;
L lioiii lulu Aiiim v ill laki-
TI)..Mtll!T, tiliuii l-Mii wliieh all
lllt'lilbris Hie li ijni. leil In iitti'i.tl.
Wi 1 1 iSiei clary.
J.M a Yoniig Cmii nu (,'irl to do gen.
J rif.l ImiirinMii k. App'j 1 or net of
AluKi-ii aiiit Mi'ieluiiil i-lu'i't"), No. 51).
A SMALL Mlver Walcli (Willi
y. j the U'iter "A. M. C." en.
taivsiu anveil on laul; ol cum1;, having
a Hinall vllu;i uliuiu niul cliuim iiltacheiJ.
Fiiul&r will ! iVwniiU'il nu iclurning
mine 10 tills clllfir. 102 If
Boiit ut :i i::iiy;iin.
17" ",,l' "" l!"llllt "f "'
I J cintirMlepiitui.', a Furey
oiKl 18 tr long, 1 oppei f',i..i.e 1,
ls mul lllliliiis thi'iiiL'.li ml;
sunl boom lb ."U )n nu
1 niiih, uiiil
.1. .. IJUWJ'.K,
Hliip'iiuliliiig Viinl, in nr Fitli 1a1ket.
ll) 1 lit
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT 11 Hireling ho'd for the pnipnse,
llm lollowiiig peivoiM were elected
ofllct'iK of ill" Onliu Hiiilviay & Land
W. It Oiu-lle l'lt'blilciit,
.1. I. lJii'Silt l"l Vioe.rio-idinl,
V. O. WililM-...2iul Vieu.l'retid. nt,
M. P. Hublnum ..Tiensuicr,
Uo',0. Willliinis Seurclary,
W. F, Allen Auditor,
S O. Allen, j
Itobt LllMCIF, J-
T. H. Wulknr,
GKO. O. WILLIAMS,
Honolulu, .Inn Ul, Ih80. KU-lt
J POSITION in. Poitu-.'iicsu Luna or
any inher kind of work, by a mini
J. Jl, V1VAH,
42 Merclmnt street,
ITOTOIiTJLU, H. TM FEBlttTARY I,- iOSi),
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey. !
Sale of Safe !
BY order of .Tunics Ciuu boll, I will
p-11 a Public uciln",iitniyiil .
roi ms. on Q'lccn iied,
Oil THURSDAY, the 'ill day of Feb
At rj o'clock noun ol' Hint tiny
The fi II"" Ini; proit-i'y ilistinliieil lor
rent irom ill on t.t A. M. Huwtll.
The ptoperiy distrained being
ileal k 111 Safe !
LEWIS .J. liEVEY,
Honolulu. Jan. l'l, lt-9'. lot td
??kA A S1X-KOOM Cottage on
vV&fiS '''mllm street, opposite
Jiininu f-qicie. Appi to
.!. M. VIVAS,
42 Murclmnt Mirut.
FOR SALE or LEASE
UOTTAOK lately oceu.
phd hv Mr. IJiiuu'V Or.
iletisti'iu, Mtint'e on Einmii
stieel, helwien the nniii-Joiis ot llont-.
0. H. bishop, .billies ('maplis-ll mill S. Ii
Dole, near Kinmii Sijiniu-. No pi mo
wiuiH' I, no dust, nn turn nit'-hes. Only
a tow minutes walk to tliu new site tin
tho Ueiitml Unlnn ('liumli. No liainwuy
oars waiitfil. Apply to
K. S. CL'N'tlA,
113 tf I'niim -nlooii.
Viiliitiblo Lol For S:iU,
rCUAT Lot -i' it I
&W'L I j lulu. r Ml
1 .... I ..v .
"Sfe:3tailV. ih'iie, on I'ni.tn si:tci. m no-
li M"' ,l"' ,i"u '' t'v'1'' '"ll"
Jji.- I ,n: r.ven U ll 1)1 -li In :
den Lntiii, unil is eo-ivi'iiii-iii ihn !
nes purl uf i In e.', ii li ' ,'"
oflli e. ' IrtO i!
,...,. THKIM-; will he toll ut
3&ilf3 U' I"1", ' tin: live i
h$c$ '"'" "' ''"' ''"' " "' ' li0il"'
W"',!i' mm, .leei'ii-ii'; 1 Iluilili ni
.x&xs.- Lni,kim! is ! 1 1 u " i". arJm n
Lot," Mill i'ciI at ICilinliii, Maul. S'iIi;
will lake i-lncu hi ilii' Cii-tnm ltou'e. in
ICnhuIui, tit 12 o'clock noon, F'jhni.iiv
7, ISS'.t. 1-0 tit
f ANTIU) by an i .pniencid Huott.
l.i'cni'i' a positio'i in iiny iinui)
1 ill ii lni-inihi, nr on u pliintntion mi any
island ' Hie Hawaiian !.'t(piip. Ailv.'i
liior is, i. -Kid peiiiuiiii mil .veil pn'tml
in peiii'iu! laistncf. Addict-. 'M "
Iiei.i.iniN Ollioe. 1M if
A. M. KEWETT,
Sugars received and chipped ; ves elb
di'-charged, enirius pusvul and ineial
si ippiiu work. All niilei lelt at Iliis.
tncu iV Iiobinson's uflic , Queen sum
will riei-ive pi-u-onul a.teiition and nn.
fnciion u.irantecd 1.12 1m
Orreat Trained Animal
Novelty Show 1
Lite of P. T.Ii.1 run id's (licit Show, New
Icil's BMJsrl Sim
Uiitli'i' tiie ;i'auil Wati'i
Will Exhibit for a Short Season Only.
Commencing January 2!5th, and
.SI niul r,o
The First Operatic Concert
Of tin) above Co npany will take
plucu in fie
Hawaiian Opera House
Thursday, Feb. 7th,
AT M U'CliOCIt 1'. .11.
I'IiiIoh'h Ulinriiilin; Oim'I'h In Four
Or, The Mart of Richmond.
IN FULL COSTUMES
C3?"liclwi'cn each Act, Phwio Itenltnl
by M. (Illeit, and Violin tSnlo by Herr
t3S" beaou TickeU of 0 nilili, na
H7.UO, HC.OO iV Sl.OO
Now on Bale, at tho olllcu ot J, K, Itiowu
it Co., 28 Merchant utitct. 157 Ul
CmMo Opera Co
Ant lien Sales by James ?. Morgan,
SALE of LEASES !
lb oxb r f Mi- Tiu-tce nf
His Kojestj '6 Estate,
Leases of the Following Lands
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS,
Will be sold at mv Salesroom,
Oil HAY, Fell, 4, 1,
AT VJt O'CLOCK XOO.V.
1 House and Lot nn Fort street, near
head nf Kukiii M,rcet; nrca .
2 I'reniNei ailjolnluj: the Kiiwulnhao
Seiiilierj, l.nonti as the ''Oullek lluinc
Hleidj" aiea lM.UKin iici-.
3 but at l'tinaliou, opposite Onliu
College; niea .a l,r- OOacies; water laid
4 Let" Nils. ;ti(i and !,7S at ICiiluokii
lilia I'liiliin, Wiltli-r nveillic; gl BlU1,
105,74 1 Miuiiii) bull m-.
5 To Tnro I'.itchus at Klokupu
KuniMlilli, about J.j acre, Ii. O. A. WM.
6 Sen I'isliiiry of Mituiialun, wilh
snip ol bund ; -10 feel long const; uptct
price Iflt) per uniiiim.
7 Puto nn.i I asturu Land at Kalae
piia, Iv.ililu; 10 GS.1G0 ncrep, gl292l.
& Kul i L mil at Kalilii, remnant of
Kaiviiiliulo, iiiijoinini; ilco planliiliirn,
on iiim.ka lde; it !M(I i.cies.
9 L mil nl I'alikei, K.ilihi;H iipamiB,
i.. u. a. i in.
Lot 1, Ci'iitainincriMpmre fulliflUB.
Lo' 'i, o iiiliiiiitngtlS ripiiue fallinnis.
I.ut :', fDiiluiniiij; 7.Utpiuie fullioms.
i 10 T.uo LjihU at 1C ililii.wiU'lia; 4
l.i't 1 Lt !.ii' 0, ciii tiiniiiL' 'H ncics.
I.i.t a . Ivni Hum, iMa.lOUi.eii!-.
I ol :;, at 1' ili.ikulaiMii.i, It 'J0.--100O
Loi 1, ap.ina -i nl 1! P. 2 417.
11 llnnsc Lots and Tiuo Lninis at
ICap.iMt, Koobiuloii , 4 npinn-:
Lot 1. nuani 1 ol Ii. V. O.Vil, ;l LoiB,
Lot 2, a iiiiu 3 or U. T. li'ilil, House
L n, J.j iiciii
Lot .!, i. an i 1 or lt. I. Mt3, tt Lois,
Lot 4, ipami 2 ul K. P, 1442, Houbo
L'l. JC acie,
1 2 Tj'h il u' Wiilmiumlo, Kooluupoko;
J piLiies, L. U. A. 20 IS:
Lot 1, "ii I.ols, containing 2 01-100
L ii '-', lloubu Lot, containilig G'.'O.
13 Too Lunl a' d l'astuic ul Ka
liana, K h.I nilo.i (7 Lijim and Kula); lt
V lfilli, 'iO'-UO ucies.
14 Lot ul rakaht, Lnhaina, L. C. A.
310, cniiiiihiing 1 acre, 2T p.
15 Claimed by Campbell Ss Iscn
bcif;; nprtiiiiB, 4 acie.-, !!1 p.
16 aino piice as o. 1-"; 4 acres,
17 Claimed by Ciimiibcil ,fc Iftn.
bci; 2 iipuniis, l acre, a r., 21 p.
18 House Lot at Waioknmii, La.
liiuti i ; alalia 2 of L. C. A. 2.V , cuntain.
in.; '20 p.
20 L'iml nt Kaliuahule, Pauwela,
limn lUunlor.; (i acicj.
21 Two L'lhd and Houtc Lnt at Ka
in, i. UailiiUu. I. C. A. 3i;., containing
O'JIOO n ri i.'.
W'nicli, -Hnnn; 12
Aptimt 1, nil of L
U. A. 07C4, 12J
Apnim 8, ijj inleiertt lt. P. 2801, 75
1000 act e.
23 Land at KiUiipuhnla, Himn, lt. P.
32015, containing 21) 1 10 acres.
24 Undivided half of tl.e Aliupuna
of Nun, Kaupo; L. O. A. HMO, 12-140
acres; upsut price $20).
25 I'listuri) Land i.t O.iniopio, Kulii;
gt 1U03, 1711 acrcHj upseupiicc $i0.
1)230, contidniiiK 3 2.10
27 Thu Alitipunn of ICaloko, North
Komi, por'ion miikai of tne upper Gov
ernment Hoatl, by il Ilia.
28 Lund at Okou 1, South Kona:
Lot 1, npanii 1 of P. P. 1577, 81
Lot 2, apaiin 2 of It. P. 157C, 01
Lot .'i, npautt 1 of L. O. A. 11030, 6
-Lund 111 Paw ill:
Lot 1, Tt. P. 1029, containing 18 57.
Lot 2, upaiia 1 nf It. P. 19C0, contain.
iiiirau 70.10) iiuiea.
Lota, It. I'. 1031, coutainlng 18 37.
JAS. P. MOIJGAN,
N ttiid after Februnry
0. 1HB . the strainer
Llkelikc" will ihscouilnue
iuIIIiik nt Kuunaltnk'il. 'o1olclli.
159 lw WILDElt S. S. CO.
THK Learn anil Ituildlut;
knnwii as the "Yobcinitu
il HkatuiK Itiuk," Hituated on
Queen street near ltichard btrcet. For
1 111 titer paillculars upply to
154 tf Taos. B. WALL.
fgy tcmndi. a wi-
S CsJ C frl ts" ! M ft
-WE A ILL SKLL
Our $2.0 Parasols for $1.2;.
Our S5J.50 TsirasolH lor SB.OO.
Our $1.50 Parasols for .Sa.7o.
Our .SG.oO Parasols for $S.0.
soiwe; week .oivj-tt a
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces,
NOW IB YOUR T1MK TO PUItCHASE
PricGS we paraft
CHAS. J. FISIXEL,
jQii-19-83 Tho LoadhiK Milliuury House.
March 16th, 1889
Mo. 1 Ktuminir Ilnee. jy mi'e dnsli.
l'nz Ki'i' l!a -lii-iM I ieil
li ' s -, ) j cuts i, lit, to i a ij MB
No. 2 Hunning Kane, I mile ibish,
Ptiic Fur IliiWiilinn Im-d
horse up to 0 jcii's old, to carry
1 15 pounds.
3. Trotting and 1'
inilu dn-li, 1'ii"
wiii inn bri-d b )
to harness and
Fo 11. i.
1. Kuiminp IJ'ii e Tj mile dash
P.I7C F ii II iwai'itin bled
linibcs undci 7)iai- old, cileli
ii Timtiii!! Unci
Fiee to .ill.
1 units unil re
It n-e I4 mils dnsh,
I'.n HawniiHii bud 1
eais old, ai(i
! mile i'ndi,
V, mile iln'li,
lluwai an bud
, old, catch
8. Ihinnlng H'ice,
ll'ilHM", 4 J I'll!'
No. O.Tiotling lb.ee lo Kind Out. 1
UlllulWll. 1171! l"o- II -
waiian bred l.o H's. Fiee lo till.
No. 10. Kiuming Hue 1 nine dish,
Prize in. Ha.iaiuiii ineil
llOIrl')-, ) l to- IL. I, in n 115
No. 11. TrotdiiE Itace, 1 mile dieh,
l'rizo For all horcg that
never brat !t minutes.
-l'ony Hare, 1 mi'e dnsh, Pilo
For llnwai an bred
ponU')1, (I M'nr, old, 'int ovet 14
-'I rotting Iluc.D to Koad Cait, 1
inilu diisti, Pri7o Fiee to
UunuiiiK Pace, 1J mile diifli,
I'ri.u Free to all.
All prizes will be paid 10 llidcr or
Drivel -. Cup to owner. Xo l'lofes
Bional Jockeys allowed,
Lntriestobe m ule befo'C Ha'urdiiy,
Match 0, 18?!), at 4 v. m.
EST S11I j it to chnni;i."i.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Ilouolli'u.Jiuran lo, It-fO 1 144
A II SING acts loi me under
1. power ol attorney in all matte
of bUhii.eP. LER l'AU.
Honolulu, .bin. 15, 11-811 1.7 2w
-V.VING lo Hid intnidiil depailnre
J fioni lliu Kingdoin ol 11. F. Willi
niiin, e ni-pinltully nnk that nil
iiinounus due our llrm ho sullied on
or bcloio the lB'li of r'eb'ii ny next.
OOMI'.S it W1CILMAN.
Honolulu, .Ian. !i I. 1WJ. 155 lOt
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken iho Studio fornieily occupied
by A. A. .Montauo, coiner of King
and Fort Btreets, mul u piu-
jiaicd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
I'rintiiiK Oonu lop AuiateurM,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
tQf Entraiieu on Fort Htieet. -a
pie rtfjjff.1), f v't WrtT'-'xi'waj IAM9
ti If II I
KOlt ONK '121-
for On Week only !
Hawaii Tramways Co.,
. M .
' 0 no
2.10 '2 'Mi
4.1 0 4 :;o
-t.i'.o 4. nu
Fates Irom Palama to Punaliou St.
ftsy'-WaikiM piihBengcrii must travel
on ihe llirough cars or they will have to
change cars at the ltillc Hangc and take
a fresh ticket.
An elra car service will commence
lo.dii and will lie (imtinucil until fur.
tber initice. n follow: From the Itifle
Hange tit 11.31 a. in.. 12 50 and 4.31
p. in.; and ftinii I'abuua at 12.00 noon,
1.00 and 5.05 p. m.
Tho traveling public are respectfully
informed that lliu cars used for the
Waikikl Hiivioo aie minted ULUB.
It is paitlciil.u ly requested that in the
evciu nf any incivility on the part of
the Cnmpunj'H serviinis u eoniplaint be
promptly lodired at the Conlrnl Office,
eiviiiK thu niimbcr ot the car. tlio diroc.
tion in which it was tiuvelin(.', and thu
time of day at which Ihe occurrence
look place. 158 tf
The Best Company
-Oir- I'J0V -VORK.-
Richard A. McCnrdy, President.
Tho Largest Company in Iho World
The Oldest Company in tho U. S.
It Gives the Most Liberal Policies
Pays the Larqest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holdcrB In the
Hawaiian Islands, during the
past ten yearB,
Over : & 1 OO.OOO OO.
gy For rates, upply to
H. II. ltOSK,
Go terul Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian