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MpH , Pltd&d lo nrtthfr Sect nor Party,
BJjg ' But ulabllihtil for the WV of all.
Rfj , WEDNESDAY, APH. a, 1890.
Ever Received in
(Special to Daily llulhtin.)
Q:W a. m., April'-', 1S90.
From cable ship Cateiinn. four
teen inilea out Koko Head. To
lHin Bulletin, Honolulu, H. 1.
Fourteen miles cable laid in OaUu
Obannel. Fair weather; signals
J. SnKItM.VN MaRIUUI.OMEW.
We are requested to slate that
Messrs. Macfnrlnne and Marques
neltber spoke nor voted on the ques
tion before the reciprocity treaty
The Advertiser and some others
of the same way of thinking seem
to be unduly exercised about the
treaty between this country and the
United States. "We say ' unduly
exercised," because the treaty has
four years more to run, and thcio
are no indications of its being in
danger, or of the United States de-i-liuing
a icnewal at the expiration
ot that period. Indeed, a fevoiish
anxiety in the matter among our
own people is probably more calcu
lated than anything elc to inspirit
its enemies abroad and inspire them
with energy in opposition.
The contention that the los-t ot
the treaty means ruin, starvation,
and all that sort ol thing, is pure
assumption, which we neither admit
nor believe to be the truth. The
abrogation of the treaty, or what
amounts to the same thing, the abo
lition of sugar duties, would cer
tainly be detrimental to rapid fortune-making.
But between this and
mill there is a very wide space.
The proposition to enter into a
treaty by which the benefits ol any
bounties that may be given to sugar
injthe United States would be shnred
tiy this country seems absurd. Was
cvci such :t '.thing kuown as a gov
ernment paying bounties on the pro
ducts of a foroign independent
iitate? Is there anything in the
nature ot the piopoilion to induce
any thoughtful man to believe for
one moment that the United States
ia likely to entertain it? Nothing
.-wort of virtual annexation to the
Union can secure uch consider
ation. POLICE COURT.
At yeterday'n sitting Ah See and
ChcoiiK Shing, the Chinese hackmen
Involved in the iiinaway eatastrophe
nf Saturday inoiniiif, were tried for
I'm ions and heedless driving. V.V.
AHhford appeared for Ah See and A.
P. l'eterson and J. A. Magoon for
hiring. The trial continued to-day,
argument going on this afternoon.
Oltlciols say there is some tall
swearing done in the case.
There were six convictions for
drunkenness yesterday and to-day.
FOR SALE CHEAP
- CHANT Telegraph Sounder, in per
1 feet order, with battery. Apply to
OUNCi Woman to do jruneral house
work. "Itefeicnees required.
ADTdv at stuiv of
C. .1. riSHKL
4 SITUATION in a smiill fiiinily to
.'V do 1 iv lit liouewoik AildrefR
".I," this olllce
ON March llth, between Oceanic
.Ste.tmbliip wlmif and Koiti-truet,
an Opeu Knee bllver Watch with hcay
plateil gold chain attnehed. The Under
will leeelve a lew aid of H'. by ietnrnliir
the wateh to the olllee of the Daii.v
5IS 2t .I011N R.SILVA.
People's Ice & Refrigerat
riMIE otllee of the above Company has
X been removed to the premises
occupied bv Messrs. J. K. Brown & Co,,
Old Uupitol nullilhiKs, mat Post Olllee.
Messrs. J. E Blown & Co. nie autho
rized to collect all neeounU. Tele
phones: Bell 172, Mutual IT'.t.
W. 0. SMITH,
Pieslilent P. I. & It. Co.
Honolulu, April 1, 180O. DIB 3t
C10P1ES of tho Dailv Hum.i;ti.v, of
the dates -poc!lleil below, 50 centu
ii copy will he paid for tho mum on
delivery at tbis olllee:
.MMitarj- I. IHHO, t Ciile.
Y. W, G. t, l),
.... ... . . ...! )..iMii.liinMlil
i,.v u.o vus i,.u.-h.
There wns quite- a satisfactory ut-
. .....1........ nl tin. unrii.il .tIi'iim In llir.
Ydiiuc Woman'd Christian Temper-
anco Union in Y. M. C. A. hall yes-
kv.. ... t, , . ; , ,.!.
ment given was very satisfactory in ! y
mote ways than one, having several ' at
acute remembrances or tue peculiar
festival of Apt tl 1st.
Geueral Secretary Fuller of the
Y. M. C. A. was the first one to
clvo ft truce to gravity and be a boy
again with a prank that was scarcely
feasible when he was a boy. While
tue punctual portion ui iuu uuuqiuu
were awaiting with impatience the
beginning of the exercises Mr.
Fuller touched the electric light
button and immersed the hall in
darkues". Alter pioducing the in
evitable buzz of feigned consterna
tion the practical joker turned on
the liht again.
Miss May Atherton was in charge
of the programme. The first num
ber was a piano trio by thtec little
misses May Damon, Katie Corn
well, and Dottie Widdilield which
was vciy prettily rendered and
warmly applauded. The next was
"Mary'rf Little Lamb" recited in
rotation by the following-named in
character: Evelyn Dexter (Eng
lish), Lida West (Chinese), Geo.
McDougall (It Mi), Albert .ltidd
(German student), Clarence Cooke
(French exquisite), Miss Holston
Mrs. F. llarto recited "Through
a Tunnel," provoking gieat mirth,
and on a recall gave a more tragical
piece, . "The Switchman's Night
marc," which showed olf her elocu
tionary poweis very strikingly. A
"vocal hoh" was next gently an
nounced, followed by the appear
ance of Harry Kycrofl set oft like
an Italian count, with I'rof. A. D.
lMsscll as his pianist. The accom
paniment was all that could be de
sired, but the vocalization was in
finitely less audible than a telephone
message on a rainy day. In other
word", the ringing wa all done in
pantomime, no vocal sounds being
heard audllieie were more gestures
mid gaping than would set a prima
donna up in business several times.
The performance was encored, when
the pianist joined the vocalist in doing
nothing but "stage lupines." It
was very good for the date.
The iiiistres.5 of ceremonies then
announced an instrumental quaitet.
inviting all to remain nflciwnrd to
the social. She drew a curtain ie
venling at. the back of the platform
four liddles or graduated -ies
adorned each with a doll's head.
While laughter nt this was still rip
pling through the room, the social
came on the" unsuspecting ccinpany.
The icecream was all right, but the
concomitants would haidly be ac
knowledged by either lloiu or Hart.
The IJcMXTix'ieporter among other
iclims was several minute? cleaning
his mouth ot sawmill debris and
grain husks painfully discovered in
sampling a generous lice of a
beautifully floated cake. A lady
reached for a cooky and wa-. Marllcd
to find hers-elf guifty of laieeny of
the whole plateful, the pieces being
strung together like beads The
social wassueeessful to an extraor
Regular Cash Sale!
TO-.HOItROW, April Hrd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK .. .11..
At my Stlcrooniii I will sell at Public
Auction, a tfcrer.il nsortmcnt
nf new line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hoots & Shoes, Griecrlc,
Household -:- Furniture
SiuksC'orn, libiH Siliiiou,
r.tc, Kti , r.m, r.tc
Ai il loi'loioronslgnmtnts a lol of
New Iron Plows.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
lfl It Aiiriioiicer.
p. .sllAltES .Mutual Telephone Mock
O Xo. 'J.'il, 1'er-otH tue win nt (I
nnliitl iieotbilln the muiic :t inui'-fcr
bus been Mopped.
r.ir iw j. ii. woDr.HOT.si:, .in.
STHONfl HOY to leiun hfn-i-Mioolnn.
ill" nt Klli' street.
rpilE nnmi.il ineetitipr of Hie niuii'er-i
I of ilie ilaw'uibiu .loekey Club will
be held on MONDAY, April 7th, nt 7 i'O
o'clock I', m , nt the llnwHlbin Mole',
C. 0. IJEItQEJt,
510 id riceieiiiiy.
rpiIF. mljourned aniiuid uieetin; of
JL the ttuokliolilerd of Ilie Intel,
lehind Hteani Nnvij-iitlon Co , (LM), will
be held at Ilie ollleo nf tno (,'nnipnny on
TUF.fi DAY, April 8H1. tit 10 o'eloek a. m,
.1. L. -MoLIOAX,
510 til tSecrctaty.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
DnfliTQn'o Mniipo nf Qaln I
Uy and under the pnwr of Mile given
N M' "V10"' l"e,,'c1 hX "uc-'1'." '
walker, t.xeenior oi mo r-siaie oi
m. 01bon (IMcIv decoded), will sell
Pnblle Auction by .ittnuM r Morpni',
aurtlouecr, nt hli 0alc3ioora, on Queen .
street, In Honolulu,
On WEDNESDAY, April 9,
at ta o'cloois xoor,
Thnt certain lSust la Marble of
King Victor Emanuel
Ku'cutcil by O. Silo Itnslnt. The aM
Hint was ilepoaiicil with nnd pledged to
wild W. SI. (Mb-on on s:iitl March 15,
1SS7, by O Siln ltn slni to secure the
repayment nf fx'.'.O mid intcrfst tlieieon
nt !l purucnl per nntiiiin, with power for
snid plrrtgce to -ell said llu-t mi'l lelm.
MrThuUitst will be on eOdhltion
until the day lietore sale. In the window
of store In Campbell's Itloclc, on innkai
Plilo of Merchimt street, 1-ittly occupied
by .1. i: Ilrown & Co
.1 S WALK EH,
Ke. of Estate of W. SI fillnc.ii.
W A. Wiinixn, Attotney.
Honolulu, Mnirh ill, 181)1. 518 Cl
1! order of W.m. KOSTLlt. I's.,
Lsi-'tillor of the e-tate of lames II.
Kegel. deee.ied, I will s.-ll at 1'ubllo
Anetlon, at nil baleMoom. Queen street.
On SATURDAY, April 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK X. 31..
The -toek and lnnleilals of 'iild estate,
Iron Siife. Shop Fitting-,
I.iuge and line a .01 tmciit of
TOOLS & MATERIALS, ETC.
P&" The attention ot watchmaker and
jewelei- Is called to this -ale.
,IAS. F. 3IOHGAN,
517 It Aiiiitloiieer.
eS? The silo of Itjclng lto ts Etc,
at Sloi'.in's auction looms, i postponed
to the f')llownK dsy from advertised
ilnte, namuli Mi'urday. April 5iu, nt 10
AUCTION SALE OF
Boat Mouse Fixtures !
At inv Snlc.vrnniii, (Jiiien s!ii(t,l will
M'll .it Public Ai'.eilon,
On SATURDAY, April "lh,
T lit O'4'I.IX'U 'IM)N,
'1 lu folio line well. known Km lug
The Slx-oarcd II. Gig "Liliuokdlaiii."
Tha Six-oared Racing Gin "Kainlanl."
The Four-oared Bac. Gig ''Unknown."
Tl'e Six-oared R. Baige "Kapiolani."
Tlis Tffc-oarcd R. Canoo "B. r. D."
hnl .tlTeilur A. I'lne Niioun Uiii-m,
8'iiinMnrc A llnnl limine Muicn.
CI?" ide positive. Ko iccrve
J AS. P. MOIK1AN,
oil ill Aueilourer.
Mil II W. (IllEK.V Is :it lmil.se I 10
oh ct for our nrroiini.
J.K. KKOWN A CO.
X hire or buy.
r,i i m
TV Mav irttli, a Hoiim-
llh fn 10 mlniile.-.' wnlk
of Tost. Otllee. Mint contain
at leal n rooms, Imtb nnd ceoU liouc.
Aibliess "r. o. Hox :ir.)." ru iw
ACO'ITAGT. eonv(iifiit to
Etieeteais.. Would like
ft ul ft nlftci near Hotel M.-
ileruto rent dridiid. Address "(.'. (!.,"
Iln.i.niv Olllee. r,)i) if
f PO rent for 1 innntli n I.iir:;e
I lliwmi m Il..1l .tllii.t
ISSSJ L'totiml floor or upttiilw, iiiiihI
be ceiitridly tiliititcd. !l,i if
Konl Eslalo For Sale.
AM &. rPWO Ili'iiM's nnd I otR nu
4&&m i- Itobello Iiiie, rn'iini'l.
jjgiU'K Coinenlent to steam nnd 11:1m
car-. Very liealtliy locdllv. Lot on
Klnu Htrrci, uoiir liuinniikuN Line. For
piirileiihiri) npply 10
JOHN J-'. HOMiKIt
Ol ( I1111. T0 Ml iel, I'll'lni
LOT Foil SALE
A FINE Level Lot, in"'?no
feel j very do.-lrnblo for
jv 11111111111. nut oc f mo I'lifup
' l-'nr liiitlii.r Hurt If ilil 1 1 J till.
dross "A," Ht'LLl.TiN Olllee.
1:iIUKWOO foi fide i,t llnwaiiiin
. Corainuichd Halesiooinu, cornet of
Queen anil Nuunnii streeli. '''''if
D HAFT No. 128, diawii by Ihe Ho
noinu Sugur Co. Feb. 10, 18U0,
lor 83'.'0 has been lost or stolen, All
parties rue hciebv twiiued ncalufit
neffotlallng name. ' . -IP.V lni
JttOttOLULtfj H. L, A3?ItIJ X l8bu.
IUII.U MMMtf " ""W"!-
ft i8-m If
From 5 a. m. to 5 p. m.
, AT tiii:
Candy Factory & Bakery,
F. HORN, Proprietor
Base Bali Goods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
Agenl forKpnlilitiK I'icu Mull siiiiliis,
will rceivp l ei S earners Aii.
tralii'ind A! inn da n full
line of tin- litest
The Rules & Regulationsfor'90
Do not forget thut Mr. Tho. lick,
.it Fort utrepl, 1ms tho npeney
tot the world renowned
.Spalding's Sporting Goods.
1ST full lor ono or SpaldinsM Cii'n
Injiie free " t 'w
The Ai KlcamHlilp
Will lenv.i Honolulu for Ihenbove potts
on or nboilt
tar Por freight or pi'iHRi1, linvlnt:
Mi,erior eibln mid itoernge iieeomtno
ihnions, npply to
Vm 0 IRWIN & Co.,
Mil til Asctilb
I'lte IMvllle ISiU'ilWttro 'i.
Uiive Jut re cied i lino lint ol
G. Wostengliolui's I.X.L. Cutlery ;
Also, Chamo's Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
.'Of. I Supplies Go jcrally. if
Of .y..n Kianclsen
Practical Piano, Pipe & KeeJ Orjjan
Tuner & llepairor.
lliivinj: woikul in some of Hie liiri".t
plnno mid oiir.i u( lories In the L'nlied
St.ilesnf Anieiien, I nm fully ftbk unit
nrci (tied lo do nil Muds of repair work
in the. most nitlsfiio'ory iimnner.
tST Orders eun b left nl 11. V.
Wiulitiian1.-. .lewelry Store, Foil street,
nt the Aiiveitier olllee, or through
Mutual Telephone No. !M7. ft"'' 1m
Government Coupons' Lost !
Mnieh S.lid, Coupons 830, llond Xo. 2a I
" .'5;iO, ' 22."
" ir., " in;
19I.'., ' 120
. A, JCAItTWJtlGlUl
Honoliilii, Mnicli '!,., lStiQ. fill If
C1lll!X KOW Is no longer in my em.
ploy, nnd is not niilliorl'eil to hlgn
mv n'lrno or net for me in nnv manner
whatever. I'AI KKK.
HoiioluliObireb 2?. 1-tlO. 'r'"Jj;
For Salo it L Low Kales
"VTKW I'haeionR and Top IIukrIcs,
JJl Kr7er and ('old Walter (Jarts, 1
Iluslnu'ss Hiif,'iie, I'oln nnd Sltnft ; iiIbo,
Seennil bund lliieka, Open and Top Itug.
gk'P, all in good condlllon; nnd lloises
suitable for plantation ue. Applv
Hawaiian hotel: stam.es,
lit I lin S I. rilutw, Mnii'ier
Union Iron Works Co.
"VTOTIOK I- heieby given that at 11
ll nieeiliiK of
the siibscilbeiri to the
capital stock of the nbowi named Com
nanv held In Honolulu, II, I., ilarcb ,
li. ISiiO, It wim oled to accept the
Cbailer of uorpoiaiion iinicii .naicii 1.
JO. 10, JIM llir li-llll i' nil, jn-iii-., f;ii,iiiL-ii
by Ihe HnwailiiiiOoveinmeiit. The lia
bility of the stockholder Is limited to,
the 'amount due and unpaid on tho
'shares held. The following oillceis
weiit elected for tha eiiMiliif: yean
.I.N.fi. Williams.... ..1'ieMdeiit,
I!. More Secretary A TieaMirer,
A. J. Cartwrlht Auditor.
The above named oillcer.s aho eonstl
tute a nnard of Dlreetoiu.
ItKI tin ."eerelnry A Treasurer.
nr j)i u '!
OX NEW YORK
Ih iisuitif; a new form of in&uiance which provides, in ifio event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured Survive a given number of years, the Company will
let urn all the pretniumn pnid wilh'inleu"d ; or, instead of ticceptinp the policy and proilts in cash the leiral holder
may, WITIlOLlTSIEniCALKXAiMlNATIONnnilWI'l'lIOI'T l-liKTIIICU f'AY.MHNTOK PHK.MH'ALS, tnlce in
lieu thereof the nmount of polioy and prollts in KULLY I'AIIl'I' insurance, participating aniittnlly in dividendi.
Ileraember, this contract Is Issued by tho oldest Life Insuranee Company In the United States, and the Lai
gent Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred nnil Thiity-Six Millions of Dollnr3.
XSF For full pnrlieuiats call on or
TAHITI LEMONADE7 WORKS COM Y.
TAHITI : LEMONA
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAKILLA & IRON WATER,
Giipr Me, ii Me, Greiiiie, Bngiirrnli, Sarsaprilla, Mineral Wnlim,
t& All oonimuuionUoiiH nnd ohIimh should ho nddrcsscd to
380 1 m
Rate City Stac Filter !
Thee Filler nre easily clenn-ed,
nod Ni:'i:n beeouie OKAUKKD or
CltA.EI) b) th'.uiKe of t-mperiituieof
1 he Hlteilti" Slcdiiun U nXATt'KAL
STOXi:, mined from theeaitli. It U
unlike nnv other ntone.
It Does Not Absorb and
llecome Foul !
IMITItlTIKS neier I'KXUTHATK
It, but lie on the surface, nnd lulerniilly
Ihc stono lemahiN in pine and while
after year of u'e n when taken fiom
Tim Oate City Stone llltci l 11 per
fect sucei". It is the only leal tiller I
lme ever seen. I would not be without
one for any eoiiMilninlluu. It converts
our lake water Into the be-t ili'liiKIn
water lu the woild.
Hi:niiv AI. Lyman, M. I).,
r:'.:i Weal Adaini St , Chicago.
IW For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Oppodle Fprcrkels & Co.'a Dank,
V'J if Fort sheet, Honolulu.
1 xn). n Klnu street, near the Ilihleo
Open day mill nlebt. MhiIh at all
hours. Orders for California nroiluce
received. K, T. OIL.Y,
I7HOM the Coast 11 choice lot of
. Oiipirn, UlgiirLltui and Tobaccoi,
which will lie sold at verv low prices.
-Ifirt lm No. 87 King Hlreit.
- BUNS !
nveo 3i 'Penny !
Hot Cross lluns to be had in the
APItlL llh, AVI LI. UK AT
&- And will be delivcied IIKJ) HOT to any pint of the City. Jtfg
gF Pour w.ie,ntis will be in opctation. Send in your onlers enily.
. : CREAM :-and-: PLA!
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Wo iinito llio Ltulics of Honolulu to oiill nnd inspect our
FDffi LINE of MILLINERY
IOTi. EASTER !
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
TIIK F1NKST STOCK' OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
gjET OUU STOCK CAN'T HE REAT. mffS
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinciy House, Coiner Foil it Hotel sIp.
G AN &, GTJ
HAVE JUST UKCEIYED Ex AUSTKALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
ltia ciovch f 10 m n to ao ixuttoiiH,
Hosiery, Satines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
CO UN Ell HOTEL & FOKT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKINd &TOCK I HAVE KKDUCKD MANY LINKS OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF TIIK FOLLOWING GOODS
Till Xotorwary 15tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
l! and 8 Huttone in peifeet order at 1 n pair Great BaigaiiiB.
All my DK KSH (IIXGIIAMS about 110 pieces to select Tiom am oll'oied nt
Cost I'riee. A Hinall lino nf
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
KKAI) THIS A largo nesoitinont of HEAD THIS
WHITE IXODES" GOODS,
Such an Piques, Embroidered Swisses, India Linon, Vhiin Swiss, Nainsook and
many other lines of Whito Goods., I will sell at such a
pi ice that everybody will buy them.
gJtT Itoniombor, February Kith will closo this Sale. ?J
i, iwihiii ii jmumw. uj'jai
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ts Vim a
Corner Hotel & Fort StreolH.
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