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UA.iiY Mui,iiiBiw rroNorsUTitr, n. rM may q, mi.
Pledctd to ncitktr Sect nor ttrtyf
Hut tttabliiltii fc the lent fit of all.
THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1889.
The steamship Umatilla which di
pnrts from this port tomorrovr at
noon, trill carry unay nn vnusually
large number of passengers, besides
a . full cargo of domestic produce.
Among those departing arc the
names of many well-known res -sidents,
some of whom will return,
whilst a few stny away permanently.
A group of tourists who armed on
the Mariposa, and who hare been
sight-seeing in and around Honolulu
continue their oyngo to the old
In view of the fact that we arc
constantly hearing of people in all
parts of the world displaying the
most lamentable ignornncc a1 to
where our beautiful islands are situ
ated and what the' are like, we
would suggest to those leaving for
foreign parts, that the- can he of
great assistance in spreading correct
information about the islands. Some
of the ideas people abroad have of
us, seem almost incredible. Let this
suggestion be borne m mind -by
those going away, whom wo wish a
pleasant voyage. Aloha !
ANGLICAN DIOCESAN SYNOD.
The first session of the Third Dio
cesan Synod of the Anglican Church
in Hawaii was opened YVcdnesdaj
morning at 7 o'clock, by a celebra
tion of the Holy Communion in the
r Cathedral. At -1 o'clock in the af
ternoon evening prayer was said,
after which the Synod adjourned to
the Sunday School room. The
Bishop called the Synod to order.
Rev. II. II. Gowen was appointed
clerical secretary, and C. II. White
secretary for the laity. Mr.
Henry Smith, treasurer, was admit
ted as a member ex-ofllcio. Other
business was transacted.
In the evening at 7:30, the Synod
again met, there being present of
the clergy, Revs. Alex. Mackintosh.
Geo. Wallace and II. II. Gowen of
Honolulu ; Itcv. J. M. Silver, Ko
hala; Rev. S. H. Davis, South
Kona: and Rev. W. II. Barnes, La-
A, CONVENTIONAL TRIP TO THE
Sothi of the teacher, nftcr tlm
net ore trnln of the Convention nnd
Normal Class, dieldtd tint n trip
to the Volcano would be Just the
thing to rci'Upratc tin Ir tired
brains, and io jtniled off on the
morning cf fie v9ih Aprl , with a
stranger from San Francis-o nnd the
nutde. mnltitur in all, nine. They all
started off in good spirits and with
the intention not to he all city on
the road. Tue new Volcano road,
which is biinp pushed on quite
rapidly, vai passed, uud ooniihmt
ed upon as "going to be a line load
when ilnUhcd." The woikers aie
now about naif vay through the
woods and doing good substantial
Alter u few hours of travel, the
party 'itriveu at the site of the old
Halfway House, and tticre tank
lunch, liveiy thing was very dry,
and them was voinc diillcully in
tlnding water. Tins i th j result ol
the lecent diouth. The latter part
of the wry was made in pood time,
the whole party arriving in detach
ments at the Volcano House up to 2
o'clock. The first relay arrived at
1:30, being 7 hours on the ruad.
An ample lunch was served by the
manager, J. II. Miihy and after
satisfying the inner man, the whole
company visited the sulphur beds
and gathered specimens. The rest
of the day ami t veiling was spent
in nursing ones "sorrows" the con
sequence of the long ride from
Hilo. St. Jacobs Oil cold cream,
vaseline, and mutton tallow were in
ilemai.il for sometime.
Before brcaktast the next morn
ing, five of the ladies took the
sulphur bath, which refreshed them
a great deal, and they recom
mended the bath to all tired tiavel
Ier3. The photographer of the party
took Views from different stand poins
but the result of the taking is not
yet known. After breakfnst, which
was well served, the party went to
Kilauea Iki, and spent part of the
morning there. Al -1 p. in. they all
went down to the crater. The
"Little Elephant" was booming
away, and creating quite an uproar.
The effect of it all was to awe the
party into almost total silence.
Ilalemaumau, or what is now
called Dana Lak'c, was in a state of
repose when first seen, but in a lew
minutes it commenced to break up,
and to those who had never seen it
before, it was very active. An houi
nr two was spent in watt king it, and
the homeward journey was made.
The twelve lanterns of the party
made a very pretty sight as they
wended their way in anil out among
the rocks. Two or three tumbles
stm wrrviT wr.rcn w run itATTAmx
haina. Laity 0. II. White and S.
Mebcula, First Congregation, T. R.
Walker Second Congregation, St.
Andrew's, Honolulu ; (J. R. S. Ky n
nersley, Kohala ; C. F. Short, La
haina; L. Ascu, JMakapala; Ah
Hung, Chinese congregation, Hono
lulu, and G. Harris, South Kona.
Colonel Clark, a member of the
Church in the Colonies, was invited
to take a seat in the Synod.
After prayer by the Bishop, who
presided, the Treasurer, Henry
Smith, read his report, which was
The Bishop then delivered his ad
dress, in which he touched on the
recent trouble in the church, the
Lambeth conference, the temper
ance question, etc. It occupied one
hour and eight minutes in delivery.
Other business was transacted of no
.importance to outsiders. The Sy
nod adjourned shortly before 11
o'clock to 4:30 this afternoon.
were the result of walking over the
lava at night, but nothing serious
happened "to any one. On arriving
at the house a .sumptous supper
was served and all did justice to it.
An early start was taken the next
morning, and all b-ft well satisfied
with the Volcano, their accommoda
tions at the Volcano House and es
pecially with the cordial treatment
they received at the hand of man
ager Maby. Hilo Recoid.
PARACHUTE DESCENT AT BARNES.
A larco crowd assembled in the
grounds of the lied Lion lloti 1,
Barnes, yesterday afternoon, to wit
ness die balloon ascent and para
chute descent of Professor Williams,
an aeronaut described as of "the
American firm of Mcfcsrs. Williams
and Young." Tho parachute was
said to bo of new and improved con
struction, while a novel featuro in
connection with tho inflation of the
balloon was that hot air was used in
' placo of gas. The performance was
announced to take place nn hour'nf
(cr the termination of tho University
boat race, and, in anticipation of a
sensational display, a largo number
of people flocked into the hotel
grounds or took up positions in tho
vicinity, one of the disadvantages of
Mich exhibitions, from the point of
view of the "gate," being that por
sons at a distance may witness the
experiments without being under
tho necessity of paying for tho lux
ury. Some delay took place in the
preparations, but about a quarter
pint four o'clock Mr. Williams as
cended in the balloon to a great
height, and thence made a magnifi
cent descent by means of his para
chute amid the checis of tho large
crowd of spectators. It was consid
ered that the height attained was
between 4000 and 5000 feet, and tho
balloon rising somewhat slowly some
of tho spectators became alarmed
lest the aeronaut was unable to de
tach the parachute, it being nearly
five minutes before he was seen to
make tho perilous drop. The para
chute a smaller ono than Uiobo pre
viously seen woikcd, however,' ad
mirably, and Professor Williams, now
a more spool: to those watching him
from Barnes, descended gracefully to
terra firma, the, balloon collapsing
and reaching tho ground a consider
able time heforo him. On the whole,
tho performance must bo pronounced
a distinct success better, in fact, by
reason of its being moro prolonged,
than any similar exhibition pre
viously given in London. The Peo
ple, March 31.
THE SWISS WARBLERS AND
A very good house greeted the
Swiss warblers and Maltby the
cyclist last evening. The entertain
ment was a brilliant success, the
Swiss warblers being received with
the most enthusiastic approval.
Their singing is really beautiful and
one does not get tired of hearing it.
Maltby appeared in a number of
new tricks for which he was loudly
applauded. He certainly is full en
titled to be called the champion
bicyclist and trick rider.
This evening the company will
give their last performance, and no
one should fail to miss the oppor
tunity of being present Seats can
be secured at L. J. Levey's olllce al
popular prices. Following is the
ChanipioosLaily Cyclist in her Hellned
KxTilbitioii on the 1'ie cle.
Tiio-'J'he Waterfall Tyrolese Wat biers
Zither Solo rc.tpourrl .... Mr. Schmidt
eolo Vcrlegenhelti Aut
Trio - li utter aai Khein
Tyrolese Win tilers
W. S. Maltby,
In his Marvellous Exhibition on the
Solo The SwI-s boy with lib. cows on
the Alps ." ' w. Maug
Duet triker Zither anil Oultar
Mtii-srs. eliiniilt and Maug
Ditct Happier Aln
MUs Uhl and Mr. .Maug
W. S. Maltby,
In Wonderful Feats on the i: Ingle Uni
fy el e.
Tilo-The boy hi Ids Joy
Ty oloso arhlcrs
rTHE DAILY BULLETIN
JL moBt popular psper published
Thu red on the cheek of the morning
The blue of th noon-da1 sk ,
And the spotless whito of the planets of
Aie the colors we Heat on high.
How ptoudly it streams In tho 6un'
Like ibe piomisc of "caven's smiles,
The tight buried banner, tho red-cross
The 11 g of our own fair Isles.
It mirrors tho glow on tho estern si y,
ui tne gionuus uays umiaie gone;
Ami it heralds tho light that follows
The blush of a golden dawn.
Long, long may it shine In iu. colors
Like the sun on our mountain I. Icf
The eight-baf red Laiun-r, the n d-eruss
Tho nag of our own fair Isle?.
Honolulu, May, 1880.
Following Is the full test of tho
speich delivered by Mark Tw.dn
at, ti banquet recently given In New
York to the baseball" players who
went around the woild:
"Though not a native, as antl
mated by the Chairman, I have
visited, u gnat many years ago. the
Sandwich island that peaceful
laud, that beautiful laud, that far
off home of pr f unil repoe, and
soft indolence, and dreamy solitude,
wheic life is one long, slumhcrluas
Sabbath, the climate one long, d
bcious summer day, and the good
that die experience no change, for
tney but fall a-leep in one heaVMi
nnd wake up 1 1 another. And these
boys have played basebdl there 1
hast hull, which is the vry symbil,
the outward and visible expression
of the drive and push aid iiish ai d
strtiagle of the 'raging, tearing,
Imoming nineti enth eetiiiin 1 One
cannot realize it, the p ce and the
l.tct are so incongruous; it's like
interrupting a funeral with a circus.
Why, thcro's no legitimate point of
contact, no possible kin-hip between
baseball and the Sandwich Inlands;
baseball is all fact, the islands all
sentiment. In baseball you've gol
to do everything just right or you
don't get there; in Hie isLudayou've
got to do everything just wrong or
you can't stay there You do it wi ong
to gut it right, for if you do it right
you get it wrong; there isn't any
way to get it right but to do it
wiong, and the wronger you do the
rigliter it is.
"The natives illustrate this every
day. They never mount a horse
from the larboard side j they alwa s
mount him fiom the Btarboard. On
the other hand they never milk a
cow on the starboard side ; they al
ways milk her on the latboard; it's
why you see so many short people
then they ve got their Ucaus Kick
"When they meet on the road
they don't turn out to the right;
they tin n out to the left. And so,
from always doing cveiything
wrong end first that way, it makes
them left-handed lelt-hauded and
crons-eyed ; they are all so.
"In "those islands the cats haven't
any tails and the snakes haven't any
teeth ; and what is still mote inegu-
lar, nit iiin.it mat loses a game gets
the pot. As to dress, the women
all wear a single garment, but the
men don't. No, the men doi.'t
wear anything at all ; they hate dis
play. When they wear a smile they
think they arc overdressed.
"Sneakinsr of birds, the only bird
there that has ornamental feathers
has only two, just- barely enough to
squeeze through with, and they are
under its wings instead of on top of
its head, where, of course, they
ought to bo to do any good.
"The native language is soft,
liquid and flexible, anil in every
way efficient and satisfactory, till
yuti gel mad. Then thete you are;
there isn't anything in it to swear
with. Good judges all say it i- the
best Sunday language there is, but
then all the other six days in
the week it just hangs idle in your
hands. It isn't any good for busi
ness, and you can't work a tele
phone with it. Many a time the at
tention of the missionaries lian been
called to this defect, and they are
always promisum they are Koine to
lix it; but no, they go fooling almig
and fooling along, and nothing is
"Speaking of education, every
body there is educated, from the
highest to the lowest. In fact, it is
the only country in the world wheie
tduei.ton is actual y i niversal. And
yet every now and then you run
across instances of ignorance that
are simply revolting simply de
grading to the human race. Think
of it there the ten takes the ace!
But let us not dwell on sttcli things,
they make a person ashamed. Well,
the missionaries are always going to
fix that, but they put it off, in I pu
it off, and put it off, and so that na
tion is going to keep on going down,
and down, and down, till someday
vou will see a pair of jacks beat a
"Well, it is refreshment to the
jaded, water to the thirsty, to look
upon men who have so lately breath
ed the soft airs of those isles of the
Blest, and had before their eyes the
inixiinguishnlile vision of their
beauty. Ko alien land in nil the
world has any deep, slroiiL' charm
for me hut that one, no other land
could so longingly and 60 beseech
ingly liutint me, sleeping and wak
ing, through half a lifetime, as that
one has done. Other things leave
me, hut it abides ; other things
change, but it remains the same.
For me its balmy airs are alwajs
blowing, its summer stars flashing
in the sun, the pulsing of its surf
beat is in my ear; I can see its gar
landed crags, its leaping cascades,
its plumy palms diowaing by the
shore, its remote summits flouting
like islands above the cloud-rack ; I
can fi el the spirit of its woodland
solitudes, 1 can hear the splash of
its brooks, in my nostrils still lives
tho hi eath of flowers that perished
twenty years ago. And these world
wanderers who sit before us here
have lately looked upon these things 1
and with eyes of flesh, net the unsatis
fying vision of the spirit. I envy
"Yes, mid I would envy them
somewhat of the gl iries they have
:.chbved in their illuctriniis march
about the niiuhtv circumference of
wan nn earned tun, and ftivy would
be out of place. Iwll rather ap
plaud add my hull and welcome tu
the vast shout now going up trotn
Maine to tho Gulf, from the Florida
Key to fiozen Alaska, out of the
thioats of the other 05,000 000 of
their countrymen. They have car
ried the American name to the utter
most parts ol the earth, and covered
It with glory eveiy time. That Is a
service to i-entinieut; but they did
thcgencinl world a large practical
set Vice also a service to the great
science of geography. Ah! think of
Hint I we don't talk enough about
it, we th n't give It its full value.
Why, when these boys stai ted out
you couldn't see the equator at all ;
you could walk right over tt and
never know it was there. Thul is
the kind of an equator It was. Such
an equator as that isn't use to any
body. As for me, 1 would inlher
not have any equator at all than a
dim thing .ike that that you can't
see. But that is all lixed now ; yint
cm see it now ; you can run over it.
now and not know it's there, and so I
dt ink lonix life to the boys who
plowed a new equator round the
globe, stealing bases on their bel
AS t.NVOICB OK
Iino JJinmoiuclR !
Kbit Water mil I rftct
which I oiler at
o J uIeo- of
Lessee Si Manager
Continued Brilliant Success 1
I coll nitilcula' Ht'ctitl hi
UlHIIlOMI 'O 11-- l l'OU "
tho e ouec.
Stones Mounted to Suit Purchaser.
A ni.inbi'r illicit 'y taken.
J4 1 w
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmcd Hate for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames
In all the New Shades ;
Silk Laces. Silk Nettincs. Oatues. Albovnr Silk Laces, New Wash
lials, in white, plain and llgured; Boy's Shirt WulMs,
Fine Ltimb'rt Wunt UinlcrirtMir, FJnnitM Conin nml Vcmb,
All-wool t vsrshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FISHE ,
The Leading Millinery Home, cor Fort it Hotel ft.
88 &, SO
Positively iltu Li.VjV.r Vppn rancc of
W S. MALTBY,
Tho World Renowned Bicycle Rider,
And tit: (Juichntcd
Tyrolese : Warblers
Who will h s,.ieia!r qucri ting die
the Favorite S m', "TnK
AAI hit FA LI,"
Thursday, May 9th, at 8 o'clock.
With an hnthe Olinngi! of I'loritnmc.
Of bu.u elicit nmki ; Opiate
and A tell.
WHITE'S PORTLAND CEMENT,
111113 CI j AY,
In 12.. a Ion I'.itutii Drums;
In 12 gulloa Patent I rum-;
Rocksalt in large lumps
For 8nle at I went talcs in lots to
F. A. Schat fer & Oo.'s
1 N 1 v
f acturers Shoe Co.
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Stylca &" Latest Designs
r. vs. ssirrtT, Ae;cnt.
B. Y. EffiLERS & CO.
icicivul sinl-at L .1
DU ING rat luuipuuiry absence from
ilits Klnud nn iii wife will net for
liu iinilr.r tall potter f t'"nicv
T. W. li VWLINS.
Honolulu. May , it-81). 245 Iw
CAltD or THANKS.
FOIt SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al tf'irnsliip
Will 1 avc Ho 1. 1 i for the above
'piIK iinilersiu'iii-il ib-ires to tlia'jk all
L hi fiicmls h so kind y nsM-ttiri
in ilit: sickmst nil' I lui'i I ot litS'ii,
those nciili'ii ili.il earlt ileith wiis
"lei'pl) lit in nti-il u ike lit It - ri-i live.
tint as'ociiuc-. J. II. liliUN'S.
GKAPFS FOIt SALE.
Friday, May lOth,
A-'X" NO OX
For Freialil or I 'as i gs apply to
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Itooms.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
-OFFER AT I3ED ROCK PRICES-
MH. T CKIUTLICY, Fori trct, jtt-
below .-th ti Mrrel, ha-'or Mile
'i quantity f line Urne-. on the vine-.
IVopIe wishing to ur-'lia may null tit
lie above pi c iiny itu f er o'eli ck
f. m . and M'leet nny ipi n iiy at th'- r..ie
ot 5 lb- fi-rSil. 244 lw
25 Cents Pau id.
Picked Every Day !
W0LEE & Co.
The cutilifiil -"ue-ide
id 1(1 (lofineily t e re
U H . Mnc n i.iiu )
lie ort at Wiii
til nee ol I'oi.
Park Beach Hotel
T I r a f mi I of
California Hay, Oats, I'ran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linset'd Meal,
liavK'j, Itollvd Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
felcphoni-8. No. 175.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Ste.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
LFX. I LOUR. Lock & (Jntismitli.
lix- 1 1 in iv. (I onnotite in tin-toe.
i.iwi c iicmii Ii-ii foiinerly lv MiixEckart
i a j. welry More, next door to Hi 11"
ic'iiitiiji r & Co.. in the D.tinon l!o k.
Beihel bin ei. 240 1 m
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
Lanai 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
A I pin'ull) itiriihul
EST 1-ir es for onlers to be fi'le.il fin
iliimt ii:i U'linl-, will lie picitoi right
f m ilii- vines S41 nn
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots & Shoes,
Ao. SiO .N'uiiaiiii HI ,
Ml woik if niiiiiteeil. Lowest prices,
l'hu very he t lu.ither l-cpi on Intnl.
Searcher of Records
oimi-iiI M'i-1 or & Cotnjillrr.
i'fllc. "-1 Khi;j hi reel ("it'iilerV Kxpr fis)
!' lephone .No tl Atittraula of TilltH
in lie. uklinccii a y u il ilit-paifh.
Fait Street, next Lucas' Mill,
I. SMITH i a n moved hi- pIitc
of lilt i i8 on Fi) I 8 lie to
(tor- i t' o 'el re HI rl. j t
e V c o & C .'-, o s is i
h le he w Hi p n.l t -r.t- b s
si m is lonil ' i Mor. is 11. ist e .
tOTICE of KE310VAL.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Buildings on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Eto.
f W. McGUIKE having moved his
' place of biisine.-s from iltu ollice
of the llawai an Tiansfer Co., to tho
harness Miop of K. Ph li p. No. 02 King
Mreet, be;:- to notify hlsfrie il and the
public getter lly thul he 1- ready to eon
llnne lite ex rei-s and dr y lnislnc.-s
inidei the nan. c of J W.McGnlrc. IJi-11
'1'elei hone No 111, Mutual D3. 230 tf
Will practice in the lowir toiirls if the
Killed!!!! a a ti re, iinenO to rnlitct
n k in nil us Ilium he-, n tiling of hnut-es
nnd any other Imsiiics- cntru ted to him.
Mhce 0 1 K i ng S' rci t UpMairs.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Al-o sole agent for tl.c Maic Winilow
SereuiR, I'tinitni cl Hccl qlmrcs, Man.
il inl Uooiinch e'e , Miwug Miichiiicp,
Ulojclc-i, I tic cli-s, Velocipedes, ttc.
Olllc , corner of Uetla-1 and Kingsth.,
ELUCTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the Elele Publii-hing
Cm held in Honolulu, A p i i 1 10,
1889, the following ofllcirs -were elected:
COTTAGE TO LET
J , i't month.
XI. S. GKINBUM & CO.,
I t.i 2 u IjllCit b reel.
1 . , -
BE A L E Vl'A'l E FOB SALE.
. i rengnrer,
T. U. Lucns.
Hon. J.S itiki-i .
1). W l'ua, )
T. lieu, ...
U. G. CKABBE,
Sicret.iry Elelo I'tib Co.
nonolnln, April 10, 19. 229 lm
V ti U.YliLE Lot at the
corner of Fort and
chool stieets, over J-j of an
e Willi one coiiage. ippiv m
J. M. VIVAS.
Ship's Blauksmi hlng, Drays, Carls &
Wagun Bui dug as spocUlty,
Every iluvctiption of wirk In thu
almvo 'lint-t pmtornu-d in a tlit-l claws
miu, tier mill i.vcu ed at short nnticu
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
K5J Orders fiom thu othnr Inlands
toliofld'l. Will be pltmhed io seo all
our old customer in- well aa new onus.
Lame mill Commodious
Stables with Carriage House,
Upp r V or il t d ttitli Largo irj
Rtoai- u b e for Benaut-,
cic , i in Thete tuo
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with the I'rcniUeson wliich
could be erer.'id culliiL't-H for vicitoiH,
rhould tin: phiue 1)J eonverti'd into 'a
hotel, for which it N inimitably adnpt-'d
Thu Itn'binu fncllitii!- equal the li. s'
along the line of beach.
fi"rheii Pnmlies will bo lea-cd foi
a t mi of yeiirs io rc-pott'lble parlies
For lurtlier p.irtic(nurn apply to
W. G. lit WIN & CO.
I10USK with 3 lnnie and
kin..ll ro nit with kit.
ESSfm Hum -mil liuilnooin attaclud.
.ilnUen ttrici. i nno-lto Dr. Me.
Wbviu'V. A nil t'
inl-es. or at 'his ollhe.
Cook, nn i .re
BOOMS TO LET
OOHKUItTUlLY Fu nl'lti
td ltiiom-. ard if re.
at "t namiiei.
lain tin oe." King -treui,
whihIi in emliiMrj
San Fiiancisco, Cal.,
Febtuary 19 lbM),
WE herewith certlly thai Slessia.
Dodd & Miller are ourdul) nu.
tliotizeil and only agents for tho Ha.
waiian IMrtiulb for the sulci of our Lnger
Ueer in keir-.
JOHN WIELAND BBEWINGCO.,
190 it John 11. ieland Utos.
Bciiioval of Barber Shop.
Mr. JAItDIll has removed liia
hliop liom KiiiL' ttieet to McCur.
tlii'a Billiard Parlors, Fort btrtot, wltere
he is prepared to setve with the beBt
cure and neatness tho avocation ot hie
art. Solicits tins kind patronage of all.
mh 23 8!.ly
JL temuYvd to
tho eartff; if It were fair ; but no, it
' nurtii. ha.
8ST A SpriDRflild Gas Maeh ne i
on i no l'rtini.-e, ..n i thu pipes -til lit'o
all (lie above Hiilltlliiga. apr 2H. 9
New Zealand Jams !
I UST renivi
rj ..Miami .1 in
e iiH.ititni'iii oi nuw
.i io lut iioe.. Fo
lulllltl luw 111 "
J. E. 1JHOWN & CO.,
327 1( '-'3 Mcrchuut street.
Fiiriiibhutl Botiinm To Lot
CI.K t.N pleiiHiini Knouir- to
lot al the Mi liren HoitMi
riccuilyoicii Kd by Mr King,
on I'tinehbowl hired, oppoeltu iltu North
1'iinltle lnstliuiu. zn nn
Carringo For Sale Cheap.
IN WW Cutundtr Car.
ilago Jut tlnUlicd
ami liutid oiuely tilmmcd
iu II r eliibi. Myle miM be linincdlately
b hi iucloeit' a. I(!iiniiiit, ean lie Men
nt W II PagiN c rm.o minufaiiuiyi
No'. 12S Foil lite'.
HAWAIIAN BL'blNEaS AQKNCY.
AB. ROWAT, Veterinary Purgeon,
olllcu and pliurmuci at Iluwuilau
Hotel ."tables, enrncr Hotel and H chard
m reels, r-cieuiitio treatliicnt in all (lis-eni-es
of di mestio nninmls Orticrs for
plitnintinii and rannli t-tock promptly
ittlenilid to. Mutual Teh phono 854,
P. O Box 320. mll.18 89
til) Iloiisc Dmiug liinjiii
Having secured the eirvlces of a
FIlHt CIllHM COOU
And mndn nnmv other chiiiigcR in the
management we are now
pnii o put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,
$!! ' . " -il .'- sfeii iJ" j '