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HONOLULU GAKiliriUfc U0
Hackstands Merchant and Fort
'X II 13
TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1880.
Schr Mol Wnhhio from tlaniaktin
Schr farah & Eliza from Koolau
Sehr AInr-y Foster fioin Kauai
Sttur W G Hull foi Liilulna, Maiihea,
Kon.i. Kan ami the Vulc.no at 10
o'clock a m
Slinr Mlkahal.i for Kuiial at p m
Stuir Jas Ahikcc foi Kap.ia at t t in
Scln Maij for Kauai
btnir Lcliun forllamakua and llllo ports
at 4 p in
Schr ICaukc.ioull for Kohal.i
titmr Kil.iuca lion for Hawaii at I
llktue Mlklt.it foi Pnget Suuitit
Hktne Wiestler foi -mi Fi.uicl-co
VESSELS LEAVING TO-M0RROV.
Stuir Pele for Maul ami Hawaii at
Schr Sarah ami I.ha for Koohu
Schr loi Wuhlne for Ham.iktia
For Mmil pel stuir T.ikcllkq, Mar I
G 1 Wilder ami wife. Alls D Center ami
child, Miss Hoic, and 10 dech.
For Alaur aud Hawaii, per stuir Y O
Hall. Alar 5-Hoi Volcano: Air 11 A
Smith, ihsc t-inith (0, V G binlth,
Mis Young; foi way poits: All b Do
lii'ity, Mis llmilon and child, Alls
Speckiiianu and '1 chlhlicu, Mi.s Ac.i,
Air Okiiu, J Kalu.i, J Thompson, o
1 Emeion and 75 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Aloiwahlnc- 1000 baas sugar.
The steamer Pelo bails at 10 o'clock
Wednesday morning for Lahiitii, lCu
kulh.icle, lloiiukaa. Paauh m, P.uuilo
The whaling h.uk-. Abiam Daikei and
1311a, ami a ste.un vvh.ilci .no off poit.
A JfATIVn KILI.l.I) AND A lMlISONI'.K
JU1SKI) AT KAIWIUM.
About half-past three o'clock
Monday afternoon an accident hap
pened at the stone quarry, Kaiw i
ula, Kalihi, lcsulting in the death
of a native named Mchciila, and
rather bad injuries to a Japanese
prisoner. A gang of men, includ
ing a number of prisoncis, wet e at
work at the quarry getting out lock
for road making, when without any
warning a large mass of rock caved
in, burying Meheula. A quantity
of the rock struck the Japanese pri
soner, but he is not seriously injur
ed. The rock was cleaicd away
with the intention of extricating
Meheula, but when this was accom
plished he wab found dead. Dr.
Itodgers was summoned fiom town
and ho pronounced Meheula dead
when lie armed.
This morning Deputy-Mar3hal
Hopkins, as coroner, held an in
quest at the Station House before a
native jury, who relumed a veidiet
IhatMebculacame to his death on the
4th of March, at the stone quarry,
Kaiwiula, by falling rocks.
Last evening about 7 o'clock, a
telephone message was sent to the
residence of Air. J. P. 'Warfel, chief
engineer of the steamer Mikahala,
asking him to conic on board the
vessel as soon as he could. "When
he arrived there he found in the
dining saloon, Capt. W. K. Freeman,
Purser W. Kos3, Mr. A. W. Keech,
superintending engineer, Air. It. N.
Webster, shipping clerk, Mr. W. II.
McLean, treasiuer of the I. I. S. N.
Co., Mr. L. Wessner, 2d engineer
and representatives of the Bullltin
After the paity were seated Pur
ser Ross in a few ciy appropriate
words presented Mr. Watfol with a
handsome ebony cane with gold
head on which was the following in
scription: "J. P. Waif el from his
shipmates S. S. Alikahala, March
4th, 1889." Mr. Waifel who was
much taken by surprise, thanked
his shipmates for their very kind
present, and assuicd them he should
prize it very much. He did not
know he had so many fiiends.
Air. Warfel brought the Alikahala
from San Francisco as chief engi
neer, and has been on the vessel
ever since. lie leaves for the States
on the Zealandia and will visit his
homo in Pennsylvania. Before
parting Air. Warfcl's health was
drunk, and other toasts proposed
were: "The Intui -Island S. S. Com
pany," "The Captain," and "The
Press." Air. Warfcl's many friends
will wish him a very pleasant trip.
The cane was a very handsome
specimen of work done by Messrs.
Wenner & Co., the well-known
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
ni.roiu: iioi.i: j.
Tuusday, JIarch 5th.
Mahoe (w) et al. vs. Marin Kaa
naaim. Suinmaiy possession of
land. Plaintiffs appeal from District
Court of Ewa, where on Feb. 7,
1889, judgment was iciuleied for
defendant. Heard and judgment
given for defendant. S. K. Kaeo
for plaintiffs ; Cecil Brown for defendant.
t r ows
LQOAL & -EHEHAL HEWS.
Misst Bornico ParkO la expected
hotnu on the Australia.
No hign of tho Australia from
Francisco as we go to press.
A Notice to the creditoie of
son Deckor nppcars clsowheie.
Tun .Tapanoso inunigtuntB aro be
ing shipped to various plantation..
CAi'T. Cluney is ieeeiing congrat
ulations to-tlay. They ate twin
Aru. A. U. Uowat,
geou, has an oUicc at
A nnrAcii.MKKT of sailors and
rines f i oin the U. S. S. Aleit
tl ill in town this morning.
had Alit. King pays foi all the watei he
uses in slieet spi inkling, as receipts
in his possession will prove.
AIi:sks. W. A. Howon and I. I).
Tenney have been admitted paitnois
in the firm of Custlo it Cooke.
Foit the past ten (lavs a heip of
rubbish has been standing neat the
top of Al.ikcn, 'ilicet. It is about
timu tho health authorities had it ic
nioved. A xuivn named D.iniela was
chaiged in the Police Couit this
mottling with attempted aison. It
is alleged that ho has started several
Tiinni: will be a businci-s meeting
of Company B Honolulu Itiilcs, ttiia
evening, at 7:110. Kvciy member is
lequcbtcd to be present.
In our 15v Authoiity column will
be found rules to ho observed in the
piesentation of petitions for pardon
or commutation of sentence.
ArAsn:its Houghton and Fred, sons
of His llonoi All. Justice Uickerton,
leave on the baikenline Klikitat to
day foi Seattle, to attend school.
Pleasant voyage hoys.
A notici: to teachers in the Gov
ernment employ lclating to Normal
Cla-es .ippc.us in our By Authority
column. The lcgul.u vacation will
bo from April 12th to May 1st.
To-vioijiiow evening All. J. B.
(iihs-on and Ali&s Li7ie Notl, will be
united in niariiage by the Jtev. l)i.
Beckwilh, at the residence of the
Illicit & patents, Vinev.ud htreet.
A wi.i t. known eiticn was seen on
King stieet this morning ue.uly op
posite the Government building in a
deep study. On being questioned,
he said ho was watching the Htreet
spiiuklci wasting water while at the
sainu time, he was not allowed a
bucketful foi his household.
The funeral of the late All. Simon
Ilaidcastlo took place yes lei day after
noon, tho remains being niteired in
the Nuuanu Cemeteiy. Iluv. Geo.
Wallace conducted the sei vices. Tho
pall-bcarei.s were Alessrs. William
Dean, Robert Gtieve, E. S. Cunha,
Edwaul Collin, J. Phillips and J. H.
A DEAUiiroi. communion service
in D. majoi, composed by Air. L. W.
Hart, laj cleik, Christ Chinch, South
Yana, Victoria, was sung , the
11:13 seivice of the St. Andrew's
C.ithcdial, second congregation last
Sunday moinitig. Air. II .ut is a
biothci of Alts. Tlios. Blown and Airs.
Covington of this city.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Diill Co. B Honolulu Killcs, at
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O. O.
THE WATER SUPPLY.
Yestculay, Mr. Chas. B. Wilson,
Superintendent of Water Works,
connected the artesian wells with
the city system. The wells will
supply more than half the city, which
consequently is a great lcleasc on
the supply from the valley. Not
withstanding this people should be
very cuicful, and not be extiava
gant in the use of water.
OUR WASHINGTON DIPLOMAT.
At the tea given by Air. and Mrs.
Graham Bell, I met the Hawaiian
.Minister. He is a delightful man,
always; but he never was so pleas
ant as at this time. How charmingly
he did talk, keeping the lead himself
and never allowing me a chance to
tluow the ball of conversation. I
was pining to ask him how this row
in the Pacific would affect him, and
whether it would make any differ
ence with the little island kingdom
lie represents here. But not a
chauee did 1 have. I did not stand
quite like an idiot, because, I was
interested in what he said. He
honois me by talking sense, as if he
were aware that I hated worsted
woik. It was hard for me to re
member the particular points upon
which T wished to ask him: but,
w henever 1 did get my mind on ono
and gathered myself to ask him,
away he went upon something as re
mote as tiic Aiclic legions. It was
no use. I gave up. 1 did not think
such diplomacy dwelt in diplomatic
regions on this continent; because
wo Americans arc not diplomats,
and knowing this, foreign nations
do not scud them to us, But the
Hawaiian Minister is an American
by birth, and he demonstrates possi
bilities in the American nature
hitherto undreamed of. Washing
ton Coi respondent of the N. Y. In
dependent. We must drink at the fountain of
knowledge to quench the thirst of
Ati.y sWitiRtmj PomwtiVt & u
-- lA-t-H ? mtt
Two Chinese Suff&i' llio Poit
ally of iho Law.
l'AllTIOtTLAUS or Tllf. CXKOUTtOV
Till: DOCTOIl's Cf.nTIllCATr.3, MC.
This moining two Ciintde, Ahop
alias Ahapa and Alalia were exe
cuted within the w.dU of Oahu
The first named, Ahapa, was con
victed at the November term of the
Third Circuit Court hdd at Waimea,
Hawaii, of the crime of murder and
killing of one David Kapahee, at
Puna, on Scpteinhei 3nl, and sen
tenced to death on Novoinbei L'L'il,
by Mr. Justice Uickeiton.
Akana was convicted at the siuie
term of the citme of miud.u and
killing of Ah Sing, at Napoopoo, on
November 3rd, and mitoneed to
death on November 22d, by Mr.
Thu dale of Ahnpa's execution
was Iked for Febtuaiy 22d, and
that of Akana for the first Tucday
in March. On the 23nl of Ibiii
ary Mr. Justice Dole granted a iea
pile in the ca.c of Ahapa un'il
Alarch 0th, in order to alio ,v tune
for the piesentation of a petition to
the Privy Council of Slate signed by
a number of leading Chinese mer
chants, prajing that the death sen
tence be commuted. The Privy
Council met and declined to grant
the prayer of the petition. The
execution ot both men was lixed lor
this morning between the bonis of
eijjht and twelve o'clock.
Soon after six o'clock the election
of the scaffold was couunc:iCi.d at
the tear entrance of the main build
ing. By eight o'clock the work was
completed, everything being lixed
in a most secure manner.
The two condemned nien had
been closely gu.iuled day ai.d mht
since their admittance into the Jail,
and enjoyed good health. Both
had conducted themselves in the
most quiet manner, and received re
gular visits fiom Air. F. W. Damon,
who attended to their spiiitual wcl
faic. Last night they letited earty .
and did not wake until foui o'clock
this morning. They both asked for
some chicken which was given them.
After partaking of the meal they
went off to sleep again for a bhort
time. About seven o'clock they
were taken to the front ollice
and there remained with Air. Da
mon and Lo Cheung, the inteipie
ter, until the lime of execution.
About tlnee minutes past eight
o'clock Alaishal J. II. Sope-r entered
the ollice-and lead the death war
rants, which weie interpreted to the
condemned men by Li Clieuug.
Uoth ineu stood up and lisU-m d at
tentively to what was being said.
Marshal Soper had issued a few
invitations to vvuiic"s the exueution,
and those present to see the I iw c.u
ried out were: Deputy Allorne3--General
Peteison, Deputy Alaishals
C. Creighton and C. L. Hopkins,
Captain Staples, Jailer of Oahu
Piisou; Doctors F. L. Miner, C. T
Hodgers, J. II. Kimball and C. B.
Wood ; V. V. Ashford and W. A.
Whiting, Ahapa's attorneys ; J. Em
meluth, Piisou Inspector, J. W. Ka
lua, J. L. Kaulukou, S. AI. Giaham,
J. U. Kawainui, John Lucas, Li
Cheung,Kiin Cha.lI.Jl. Dow, Deputy
Warden Oahu Prison; and lepiu
sentalives of tlie Bci.u.riN and "P.
At a quaiter past cglit the con
demned men walked to the sc.ifluUl
with a linn step, on either side ot
Air. Damon, leeacliing the plat
form they lell on theii kuecc, wl lie
Air. Damon otfeied up a p-aei in
Chinese. The woik of puu i.iug
was commenced, lioth men looking
on in an apparently unconcerned
manner. It was soon completed,
they weie placed on lo ti.i,i door;
the black caps weie put on, a prayer
was offered up by Ah. Damon, and at
precisely 8:23 o'clock the holt was
drawn. They both lell togethci it
distance of about nine Kel, and
death was instantaneous. Akairi's
legs were slightly drawn up af
ter he had been hanging about a
minute, and four minutes l.ttci the
lingers on the lefi hand wore seen
to twitch. Ahapa never moved af
ter he fell. Neither men made any
confession.' At 8:37 o'clock the
four doetois made an examination
and pionouuecel the two men dead,
Dr. Wood expiessing the opinion
that their necks were biokon. At
8:50 the bodies wete taken down,
placed in colllns painted black, ami
Dually intoned at Alakiki. The
penalty of the law was caniidout
in the most ellic-ieut manner, and to
the ci edit of Martial Sper, on
whom the unpleasant duly (Involved.
Ahapa was 51 yeais of ae,o and
Akana 25. The latter had b, m In
the country since lie was bcvon years
The following documents explain
We, the undersigned physicians
do hereby ceilily tht we weie pie
sent at the execution of Ahop alias
Ahapa and Akana, and saw them
hanged by the neck until they were
dead at 8:25 a. m. of the morning
of Alarch 5th, A. D. 18811, and aftei
hanging lor tho space ot tweiuy-fivu
minutes we did pronounce them to
he fully dead, and so cei tilled lo the
Cius. T KoiKir.us, AI. D.
J. 11. Kimuai.i., Al, D.
We, the utidorsigiied residents of
9 V -v tvpj r- .,-&
G-SEAT -OLEAEAICB SALE FOE 30 DAYS OILY !
I hereby beg to inform the general public that during my Clearance Sale largo induueinentB will be offered,
and hnmei.jo reductions are made in every department.
Great Bsduotion in Embroideries and Laces of all descriptions !
The Entire Stock will bu offered in that Department at Cost.
Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
Lacfl Guriiis ill Cretoniies, etc., elc, etc, J""' c""u.,- WMle Drosses, Lace Caps, Sua Boaaels, etc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves 50c a pair; Silk Gloves et Mitt-s greatly reduced.
' Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen ic Napkins.
W A Large Eemnant Table Every Bay of our Clearing Sale a
-Mosquito Nettings reduced to 2 25 a piece; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Verceles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
.S.ttoenes & SatinR reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
(HINTS', LADIES' & CIIILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
Honolulu, do lieichy ceitify that wo
weie piesenl within the walls of
Oahu prison, on the morning of
Match 5th. A. D. 1889, and saw
Ahop alias Alnpa and Al.ana hang
ed by the nee': until they were dead.
"Th sugar-cane has been cultirat
ed fur so long i peiiod that its na
tie eonnliy is unknown Hentham
states that 'ue hae no authentic
icotd ot any really wild station for
the common sitgai-canc.' Further,
aceoiding to the lvew (Loiidon)Hnl
leuii for r-Decenilier, the sugar-cane
so i.irciy produces mature steds that
no one appeals to hae eer seen
them. In noMnical woiks the sub
ject is ofte .1 mentioned, but appar
ently only lo l estate the (act that
ob.niM'rs in all countries 'have never
seen the seeds of the sugar-cane.'
The authorities at Kcw have been
noiking at this subject for seveial
ears. It was felt that if a sugar
cane producing lipe seeds could be
found, a most interesting and im
rmtant line of inepiiry would be
oot.jod foi improving the saccharine
ipuililii s of the Mig.ir-canc in the
i.une way a- that so successfully
adopted with regard to the beet.
Hitherto the sug.xi-eane has been re-
pro lucod under cu thation solely
by means of buds and suckers. The
iinpiowment of the cane has theic
fore been restrieied to chance vuria
tions occurring at wide intervale and
piolmbly escaping altogether the
obsen.ition of the planter. Now all
this is likely to In changed. It ap
peals that at Barbados seedlings of
mg.u-cancu have been successfully
raided by 1'iof. II triison, and among
thc"e seedlings are several different
kinds, indicating liquidity of a de
ilnitc "-oil, -,uch as would be expect
ed to aiise from the mossing of di -lereut
vanelios." Boston Paper.
TtinaAT, Maich 5th.
Waihinalo, .1. Kaiihatie, Iv.ilili,
Joh i lli'iisim, James Campions and
Mal'oy eadi forfeited a bail of 80
Ah hook chaiged with larceny of
3(1. the property ot J. Dunn, was
reman led to the till),
Daniel, for ntti uipted arson, nun
leiuanded to the Uth.
A PRACTICAL FACT.
The question is often raised
.. In ther a poor man cm any longer
nuke his " in this country, and
men ol the Henry Geoige school aie
rtOLt to champion the negative with
in null i aineluess. Most of the tall;
is theoretical, lleic is a practical
fact conliibiilcd by the "American
Giocer": Ten yeais 1140 a .Servian
landed al Castle Garden with 81.. 'if)
in his pocket. The first joh lie could
get was in the hot nlmnsphctc of a
nilgai icllnerj, which his HpsIiiiicss
toon compelled him to abandon, and
he went lo work for SU u week and
Ins board in New Jeisoy. After six
weik as man ot all woik, he started
to leant the hal-makiiig trade, and
mokii became o.peri as a tinishei.
He invested ?'.' in a book on hat
makiiig, and spout his spate tune
studying tin di tails of manufactur
ing, lie soon became proficient as
a workman, and upon the discharge
of the foi email was placed in charge
of the shop. He gave a position to
Ins wife, and the two, 'iving upon
Iho dollars per week, saved the
balance ot their united salaniH, and
tin, 3 anpiiied sulllcieiit capi al to
Hart n small giocery in a small
iiianufacuiung city in New .Imcy
wh-re there weio many Germain,
He had at the btait gHOU, and after
seven j cms labor is now the owuei
ol considerable teal estate and u
vull'stoclced stoic, doing a business
of about 810,000 per auuiiui.fJEx.
MAftaM a, issii,
-- .- ir"
in m uiw1 t?rnc$VrvwilrfB&'i-!&te
Oorror of Hotel
ies, EVIisses & Childrens EVEuslin Underwear !
Xotkti unde r tki lirad are chawtil 10 etilt
per line for thrjtrni tnirrttoii, anil S c.hM tr line
ctay tutiiUlonal ituvinn.
Third citUeti lie -.ihl lie luid wniinds,
Wni li he could 'how in privite.
And wiili lii-i li.it, linn waiving it m
"I wniild he consul," mi.V' he, '.tdl
e i'ii m,
Hut by vmu v dr w iM not in mm. mo;
Your voices i lie i'rnri' (J 'ri nil',
Ahk for the Xnl br '-' la n' a
is lit M. moim:iy'..
. li'1. i -oc.ii.nl Colt ie
i i. . .. i
Se22iiif& in ir the M imm Iturr li, a
line lic.i'lh lot ihlv, (1'ii.v ' Jiliorhnod.
It.quire of A. VOOEL,
lSn tt At Ed l.ell i ''nt.uVi ii.V.
foj: s vlk
fHK l!lac' Wi.jii !
Red' in-in S(t
riihtnit, in 'iiod ordei verv
clieup Imju in ut Ri u.tvn.s UlII e lor
further iiriieiiliu. 1P5 Iw
PASTU1CK ir HOUSE
AT llidekou, KniKJlie, Kooluiipoko,
JX. ,ii I urns ol goo i piMiire '.ind, ell
enelowd ji'enlv ot Ucr Apei'i lo
Clmrlc I Hi'.oii, M ihe Kinb Mr.' Ies
llnuob.hi, or ni llii'ik u loll'2S!lly
AM person found t repaying en
shooting on the KUL.IOUOUl.uuU
will he pioi-eciued
170 lin KOBKItT I.ISHMAX.
ALL hcildcr-i of "Tranfernd Stock"
i.i ill i1 Kiiiioluoi I'irk Ai-mjuu
Hon mi hertliv niiiei.d to I'omuiiuii
cute with thu irilei'in d mid have
tin ir (crlillrsiMs of stock I. cally tntnt.
ferred hv en 'ot-i'iin-i.l on ihe lmiks of
the Anoi iUuii, in mei'id inee with its
coiibtituti n and liv-li.ws
W. M. (JH'PAKI),
183 2w .c.-iel;ir K. 1. A.
A MOUNTS owing to
(J. We'-t Jb Co.
IX for iniiiica1 ii btrmncii',
in. icIuniU'e aim ait iiMicru ' luve lieeu
trun-feiud to ihe 1'ncilie lUulwnre Co ,
vhn ill collet t then) thma.li ihe Ha
waiian Imsiiie V 'i in
ti. u r.sT it. co.,
Hv C. I ol . , tin ir ril op lay.
Honolulu, Murcli'J lfJ. USlw
Hb Coral I'.o' li, i'.Iik It
nnd 'V Inti "-mid -4H.1
n in. RI
In nn ipii.niitv. ml. .il the olllc.
W. C Aehi. IC laluiin inn .ireel I 111
Ii.V DIES' NUlCSE.
"TKS MONi O :, hull.'
i.Ti lemuved to N .!,
' 1 1 i 1 1 .-r . lin;
1TA and Indus' novo
i 'oik lieue
of-'Jui.is evperii'iiie ut i ecu e'har.
l'ltln Lyi'-g.iii. os i'al, bunion enhir
IhIuhK uii olitfiF' m. KubMi iici
luid n ll'i i i ." wil r, .1 mimi I' (I.
KiX 17 i; Mum ii lell IJI.I
FOR SALE r LEAriE
i elt a.'
' OTIAOF, Ulely occii.
pltd hj vlr Huriiev Oi
i.i, ituu ii on Jmiiiii i
i"lrcet, I'etvvieii hi iiauoi.s of Hone,
('. It lilho), J i nil nHipbi 11 -Mai 8 Ji.
Hole, near E' - Smiare No piano
vwiuiH, nodi"' '..i ro t'.diih Only
a few ml inti'i w k o the new ulio fo'i
the Ciniial Un on th irch. ;io Iriiiawiiy
car wauled, m pl mi
K. S. CUNHA,
148 tf Union huloon.
4 LL nirilri o vliiz, to W, S. Luce up
x. lo J'uin' HI, it89, lire lierohv re.
(luraled to mike liiuuciliute puymeiit to
Mr. ''rank Hrnxn, Merclinnt street, (for.
mo-ly A. M MeictV), who Is nuthn.
rii'd to ree'pt for all
.1. V HACKFELD.
iguvinf W. B. Luj.
Honolulu, Jan. U, 1889. 1611m
& Fort Streets.
THE " ARCADE,
75 & T7 Fort St EGAN
Fnicli, English aid American Dry anil Faicr Gools !
A.l, lTine CiiHtom-iiiucIo OlotliinsT,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c.
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park !
No. 1. HlcjcIc'Of uny kind) Ilnce, i!
mile d ish. Fren lo all. Lai.
tii ?1. Prize "5, donated bj
the Hawaiian Tramway Co iiud
N'o. 2. IliirmiiiK Itaee, 1 mile dash.
For IIavvaih.ii bred horses.
Kne for all. f'atch weight.
I'lie Jockey Mddle, Saddle
Ulotli, Kidiiig Bridle, Martin
gul( mid Whip, donated by
Hon vv. k. Foster and lfl
a. Trolling j nil Pacing ltiice, 1
mile da'h. For Hawaiian hnd
houe. .! years o'd. To load
earl ind niles. I'tle Plated
Water.Pitoliei and S15 mid cu
tries. 4 liunning Ifaee, mile dash.
For Hawaiian hnd horse, 4
j ears old. Catch weieht. Prize
Cap, donated by Hon Samuel
1'iiiker and lfi and entries
ft. Tiotllng and Pacing Hare, 1
mill! diii-li and rcpe-ii Double
tiiinih. Free for oil. Prize tin
-Iluiiiiing It ice, j, mile dash.
Foi lliwaiiiin hied liorscp, 2
ears old. Catch weight.
7. Huiining H'ice, mile dash.
For Hawaiian hud horscc, 3
iearfiold. Catch weight.
-Trotting Unco to Honil Cart, 1
mile dus.li. Fiee to all.
Free for oil.
?( mile (liibh.
No. 10. Trotting and Faelnjc Knee, -1
mile dah Uet ii In .') lo Hoad
Cart. Fiee to all.
No. 11. I'ony Hue, 1 mile dnsh. Foi
Hand an pnuien under 14
liandM. Catch vei)jhl.
No. 12 'I lotting Hnau to Hoad Cart, 1
mile nasi.. Free foi all Hu.
wiiiiiui In o 1 horce,-).
No. iy, Iluiiiilng Hiko, ', mile duih.
Freu for all Hawiulun horbes.
No. 14. Tiot 'ug llr.ee, 1 mile dath
For all linrecj that never In at
:i iimn tc.
)gyKiitri(fl to be male before Satur
(lav. Maich '.) lg&'J, at 4 r. m., at Mr
tSf Ihilries each liorhe if2 50 No
CrolCMdouul Jockeys allowed. All
Hidern lo he in costume. Only gentk.
men (invert. Cups, etc, to owner of
w liming hoie. Mouey prizes to rldeib
or drivers. Kichiaee, 'i money prizes,
1st pri7o i,V.'ud pi ii '.j.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, Jaimaiy 111, IBM). 144
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KJ iu H lu. Una. For mlo by
J. U. 1UIOWX it CO.,
:'8 Merdmut vtrcot.
? iVi i uft-jr-vv t
& CO Honolulu, II. I.
The Minion Yuson KniMhn'n Nott
A I'lue A I Htcel SteuniNlilii
Will leave for the above portion
M.A.KCII T, 1881).
t2TFor terms of freight or pussage
having superior cibin nnd stecraga ne.
coiiimodations, apply to
Wm. O. IRWIN & CO.,
Tim AI HlenuHUIl
Of the Occidental & Oriental SteamBhip
Co. will be due ut Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
March 9, 1889,
Ami will leave for the above ports on
or about thai date.
JtQjrFor freight or p itpuge apply to
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THEO. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken Ihe Studio foimeily occupied
by A. A. Montano, corner of King
and Fort htreels, and in pre
paid! to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
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Dr. R, W. Anderson,
(Assisted by Dr. K. A. Lundy.)
Artificial Teeth from one to an entire
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and rubber bases. Crown and Hridgo
Work a specially. To persons wenring
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throat, wo would recommend our Pro.
ph lactic Metal Plate. All opeiatlona
performed in accordance with the latest
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EUrucicel without puin by iho use of
Nitrous Oxide Oa.
C2T99 Hotel atrcet, at Dr. Grobftnsn's
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A trial, and the most violent cold
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