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Li Pltdijtd to netthcr Sett nor Party,
Sp 2wt established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, A1MUI. 7, 1890.
HEALANI BOAT CLUB.
ANtttr A I'll ant Tor Aiiuutto JLntuH.
A nutnbw of young men, Includ
ing several from' the older aquatic
organizations, have started the Hen
lanl lioat Club. They have obtained
a lease of part of Mis Majesty' a
boat house, which they are lltting
up as their headquarter!;. Their
aim in the promotion of rowing and
physical vulture generally. There
is room for the ,new club, as the
Myrtles have a plethora of members,
und the distinguished Uonolulus
have become extinguished. The
Ilcalanl Bout Club olllcern arc the
President, Carl A. Wideuuinn.
Vice-President, David Mutton.
Secretary and Treasurer, Ed.
Captain, Win. 11. C. Gioiy.
The llb'i.i.i.Tiv Mie- the new
olub all the suece that it can
Miss Albro, who saikd on the
V.imashiro Maru to-day, is a Nova
Scotia lady who came here as a mis
sionary teacher. She is said to bp
writing a book on the i event history
nf these islands.
The Chillicothe, Ohio, correspond
ent of The Join nalist (New York)
jives the following among his items:
"By-U. S. Consul-Ueneral John 11.
Putnam, of Honolulu, Hawaii,
formerly connected with the Colum
bus Despatch, Times, and endless
papers in Oliio and Indiana, too
numerous to mention, is at present
located, in this city at his old home,
quietly enjoying life, and doing no
thing but manage his property."
The Author (lloston) copies fiom
t'ie New York Sun the following:
"A friend ot Itoberl Louis Steven
son has just received word from him
describing hi voyage fiom the Uil
hort Islands to Samoa in the
bchooner Equator. Mr. Stevenson's
party consists of himself, his wife,
and his stepson, Mr. Lloyd Osborne,
and Mr. Strong, an aitist. They
had a very disagreeable voyage. At
one time the boats were cleared and
supplfed with piovisions, ready to
be launched. They, however, i cach
ed Samoa in safety,although in a tho
roughly used up condition. Mr.
Strong was so ill that he was sent on
to Sydney by the first steamer. Mr.
Stevenson himself seems to be the
ritrongest member of the party. Up
walks .several miles every day, takes
long horseback rides, interviews no
end ot people about Samoa, takes
notes, and is altogether in unusual
health and strength." Mr. Steven--on
was in Sydney intending to go
to England-atlast accounts in Aus
ENGLISH AS SHE IS WROTE.
The following letter has been re
ceived by the Attorney-Geueral
fiom a cfcntitic "specialist" in the
"Kin Sr. i area Iiepoil in the St.
Ionia paper about engagiu' a flsivian
lor experimenting on Skin Diseases
if your Doctor shall not sueed
("suit let me know your tcrnie-. and
Wiches you Can Corespond With
our Attoritv for infermation about
me i Can Cure anny Skin over Uroth
and i am no Dcplomed linieian if
iher is anating tint" any truthj in
this Wiche eorcpond and t Give
"Kin Si hoiiing to her fiom you
Uecevo the assurence of my peifcct
obedence and Regard.
Neoga. Cuinbeilaiid co III l' S of
While in America the AUorney
(ieticral received numerous letteis
trom parties wishing to tome out
here nud "experiment" upon the
kpers. Those would-be practition
ers represented all localities of the
field of physic, while some professed
I he "faith cure" doctrine, some
that of "Christian Science," and
one, more confident than the rest,
and hailing from Pittsburg, Pa.,
ptoposed to ell'cct his cures from his
present location, by securing a cor
respondent at this end ot the line,
to describe the respective patients
by stating, in each case, the name,
sex, height, age, complexion, etc.,
etc., and to enclose a hair from
t he head of each. This genius had
evidently seen the sententious in
structions advertised by the Kodak
camera manufacturers to their pa
trons, viz. : "You press a button;
we do t'.e rest."
'I he Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Krniu.i Square
commencing at 7:!i() o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March Vienna Schlld
Overdue Hawaii Nd Iteiger
(Javotte Ooinlno Pehlagei-
Mcdliiy Itovene Ileyer
Mlklol, Pun Obtilu, HIM no me A'n.
.Medley Ulaek lb Igado llejei
Fantasia Mill In thu Koiesl..i:ili'nlierg
Wahz-Ovpsy Jiniou Sunns
Quadl lUii ThiueltiuiKel Tldi-le
Adjourned meeting I. 1. H.
Co., 10 a. in.
CONCERT AT KAHULU1.
.Monthly ihitermiiimenl ij tlicain
knwao Imrtlen' Alii Horlct.v.
ThcMnkawao Ladies' Aid Solely
held their monthly literary enter
tainment last Wednesday, i?d inst.,
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. (1.
P. Wilder, Kahului. The pio
inatutnc was varied and excellent,
WiO , Ullt:tl uuil (.-.MUiivm, ,
whole affair was a decided
The spacious parlor, din-
ing room and lanal afforded ample
room for the creme de la eretno of
Maul who had turned out in full
force In honor of the event, to the
number of about 70.
By the liberality of Mr. Wilder,
the Kahului Railroad vouveyed the
residents of Makawao, l'aia and
Spreckclsville to the entertainment
and back, free of charge. During
the ovciiinif excellent refreshments
were provided by the charming hos
tess, and the social success of the
affair was in a great measutc due to
her and hei able coadjutors, be-ddes
the committee of exercises.
The tlrst number on the pro
gramme was an Instrumental duet,
mandolin and piano, ably executed
by Me3irt. Jno. Anderson, jr., and
C. U. Dickey. The Kev. Mr. Wes
tervelt of Wailuku read an exceed
ingly interesting essay on the "Cave
Dwellings of Colorado," which
intently listened to. The next fea
ture of the programme was a reci
tation, "lkcgenz," charmingly ten
dered by Miss Alice Kimball, who
has already on a former occasion
proved herself an elocutionist of no
o dinnry talent.
Mr. Dickey next tieatcd the audi
ence to a tine rendering of "Down
Wont Mctiinty," which was i even
ed Willi hilarity and applause, being
new to most of llio-.e present. An
interval was had for the purpose ol
satisfying the cravings of the innci
man, alter wlilcli iiiipoitnnuiineuon
having been accomplished came one
of the greatest treats ot the evening,
a voc.il solo, "Flow Gently, hwect
Alton," sung by Miss M. A. Crit
tenden, who possesses a remarkably
sweet voice, and was loudly encor
ed. The Hoiioltiliiilc-. misled a rare
treat, when the Kiiumakapili Church
Organ Concert, In which she was to
haxe Ming n solo, was postponed,
forheroice would please any fas
tidious lovet of mii'-ie.
Next came a line piano duet by
Mesdamus Morrison and Crane, and
then a very amusing versified icci
lation by Dr. Ciane, strictly orig
inal, copyright secured. Miss
Goodalu re'ada delightful cliion'ule
of life on Maui, for which the audi
ence suggested all the adjectives,
making it extremely ludicious.
The entertainment closed with a
first-class wax cabinet u la Madame
Tussand, exhibited by Mr. Dickey,
ably as-isted by Dr, Crane. Mr.
Jolin Anderson, as the b.ichelor who
died trying to thread a needle ; Mrs.
M. !,. 'll-ill who depaited this moi
tal sphere as a Quakeress trying to
invent a new "stop;" Miss D.
Simpson as an automatic prima
donna, Mits Klin Torbcrt as allow er
girl; Mr. 1). Lindsay with trgs tied
lound all his lingers, who died hy
ing to remember ; Miss Hello Camp
bell, as the "Maid of Athens,"
giing his heart back to Mr. Hardy,
who snatched it with evident avid
ity ; Miss Ida Campbell administer
ing soothing syrup to a lag doll,
ami Miss .Alary Heckwilh's paiody
of the "fan drill" were all excellent
representations. The entertainment
came to nil end at II o'clock, after
a most successful and pleasant eve
UlJ town Bookstore.
PALL and OF.T Till
SPIDER and FLY !
keep vouisclt out ol fm i her
iiiicbie( for a while
FILL LINK OK
Base Ball Goods I
N'OW OX II A NO
Gustav A. Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : Kino Strnet.
Ai V WriBht A-foi'H
Hiivliii; ii'i'clvul a full as'nrtiiifnt of
Pnrrbiut'Triiiiinlng MiileiluU fiom tliu
East, I um jiieoiicil to execute nil orders
wlili neatness and despatch nt very nn.
somibli i I ?.
Mlt. Ciias. .1. LrnWlOhF.N lias
'tliNibiN icibed fiom tliu linn of
Hint & L'o dm Llite Ice Pi cam Pailoi-s
A Caiulv Factory. IIAK'I'Ast O.
Honolulu, April 7, ISrw. 52-J lit
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN--
JL Si cfiloiunti, purely loeiti umttci
tntcleu couitrlitt, 5 pur
.DAILY BULLETIN: .HONOLULU, II. L, AfcRIL 7, lSOO.
;. bam let...
Tuesday Evening, April 8tli,
Gilbert Sl Stilllv an's Well-known Opera
with Ttir. roi i.owixo o.vsr:
The Mikado of .lap.in
Mr It. MmiU'iiglc
NituM Pun (his foil)
Mr. W. 11. UooLM
Koko (l.oid High Executioner)
,. Mr. K. P. lJlshop
Pooh Jluh (l.oid High Kveiyililiig
Ele) M r. W. Lower
PMiTinh (a Noble Loul)
Mr. (.. Wlilciiinuti
Yum Yum) .SUtei", f Ml" p. Nolle
Plttl Slug Winds 1 Mr. .1. Howler
Peep Ho ) ofKoko ( Ml M. i.Munaii
IvntUhu (an eldeilv luilv In love with
Nrtnlil'Vnoy. . '.... ..Mis. W. Pimoiid
sisti n nv A
Largs A Edlclcnt Chorus & Orchestra
t&r Was plan open at oillen of L. .1.
I.ee. on Monday, April "Hi, nt 0
o'clock v. M. -'" H
Bass Ball Goods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
Airi-nt fm Hpiildiui' Ibi'ii Hull suppllt,
will reteive I cr rf L'MlilerA Ant-
I ml I h und Alinnrila lull
line of the latent
Base Ball Hmlllu for '90
The Rules & Regulations for '90
Do not fomel i It it Mrs Tins, l.sck,
tU Foil slrejl, lias tins iigency
fm the w jrlil rciiowiitd
S)iihlin;'.M Sporting (jockIh.
CST ill lor one of S; alditiK's Catu
lollies Inc. iiU tw
Government Coupons Lost !
Man li 'J.lid. (.'oupotn. 830, Ilninl No. S'-'l
8:!0, " L'J7
Sir., - 127
Sl.". - 128
- I5, 1211
' ' SI.',. ' 1 '(!
25, 1590. Ml tf
rW J,KT lot the llili
JL of .lunc Hiii't-o: 1
(Jrav (Job, itycats old,
by (Itiv. Mat ionl, ibiin
bile (llrl.fim! tin-Omy
Ftllv, : vearsiilil.byOov Sliinfoni, dam
KavTmiina. Senk-d'liiiN foi botb borAes
ill hi niched niilitnetl ninllii nexl
two weel;. Apph to
P S. Eilhfi ol llne colts will li'rit'
a inorleav'it on any men for lliiwiillmi
bred'i in which they iniiy Hail llotli It
IbUMirilet r,JI -."
AFirsl-i-lnw Cow (lorscy I) iib-unj, n
gorat lltllo Sitbllu Horn- (uitlvc
bred), a I'iino, a Bewlnjr Machine, and
a Typewriter App'y at my ie-idenco
on .ludil sirctt.
V,i It '. II. P. (SLM)E.
HAKT No. 12S, di.iwn by the Ho-
noinii SiiKnr Co. 1 eb. 10, 1.V.I0,
for .120 has been loit oi stolen. All
pintles tue heicb, wunicil against
neoiialiiis; 'limn tWlni
OPIESof tho Daily 1!i i.i.miN, oi
J the dales Mieullled below, "0 coins
a copv will lie paiil
for the "line on
ilcliM.iv at this oillce:
Jnniiiiry Vi, 1HH, 't 'u1ch,
For Sstlc at Low Hatos
TVTEW Pliaetous and Top IliiKi;le).
i Fia-er and Cold Wallet (JhiIh, 1
Hislnei lbi;i:ic, Polo ami Shaft; also,
Second hand HacKs, Open and Top Hue.
Uiup, all in good condition; a ltd llorie.
tNiiiiHlilit for tilantntlon hp. Applv
AM lm 8 I. hinw, Maunjer
VI li. LEVEY nkes pleasure in an
It I. iiounclnu' Ihut lie hits tninpletid
iirra!enif'iitn and will pie.-cnl In rapid
succession t-trone Di.imatio Novclikc,
lo'Ctliei with iiolabb) ictivals of ttati.
dnrd piny superbly ft aged with minute
attention to artl-lic dcbiil. Tho ciy
Cieatofii care Ins been tMictscd inn-,
looting the coinpiiiv an I iho whole on.
terprlnu will I c i oiiiluclcd with clinim.
spi'cllon and dlllgciid!
$3f Puller pailiciibtri will be an.
nmiaced later and duo notite will be
liven tMiiitiiiinu Hi" sale of peal)".
I'uioii Iron Worlcs Co.
VTOTIOi: W hereby kIvcii thai at a
ll meniliiKof thu FiibiCiibeH to thu
capital Mock of Iho above named Com.
piinv held In Honolulu, 11. I.. Mai oh
ii. lS'.K), It wa oted to accept the
('Inn tor of Corporation tinted Match 1.
lS'.itl, lor the leiui of fifty jeai-, Ki'aulid
bv the Hawaiian fioveinment. '1 holla
bllllvofibn stoukholdeis It limited to
the 'amount dun and unpaid on thu
share-, hold. The following olllcors
wem elected for the cm-iilng year:
.1. N. . Williams Piesiilent,
It. More Secroiaiyit.Ticasuier,
A. d. Cmtwilglit Auditor.
'I hu above unnu'il oillccrij albO coihII
tttte a linni il of DIicctoi.H.
ilWllm ' feeicliuy i.TiPa?iiier.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
Uv ami ciidur the p w.r of side glviti
to V. M. OHjpoii, plnlqee, by 0. S.ilo
lloslni, tileilirm, m Murrli 15, 18ST, I,
.! H Wnllter, Kxeeiitnr of tlm IMnte of
V. M.C.IIiimi Mfilflv (liv-'cmi'il). will rcII
I nt Public Auction Ky .liune P. Morgan,
aitciinneer.nl IiH anlesrootn, en qneui
street. In Honolulu,
On WEDNESDAY, April 1),
AT lit O'CLOCK MIO.V.
Tint certain Ru?t In Marble nf
King Victor Emanuel
Uxceuted bv (1 Hi'o Itossltd. The f aid
Hunt wits ilepoMicil with and pledged lo
fald W. M. Olbson on ild Mnrcli 1,1,
18S7, by (1 S ttr l!o sttil lo secure the
rtpijuicnlof ?S0 Mid interest, llitiron
at U percent per niiniim. wlili power lor
nhl pledgee to nil mid ltut and rilm
tWTIiultiiM wl I bo rn exhibition
until the day before ilc. In Hit- window
of More In Campbell'-) lllook. on iimkni
lilenr Mcreliiuii slif-ct, lately occupied
by .1 IJ Hrowii & Co
.1 ft Vt'AI.KKK,
I'.vr. ol Kslite r,f W. M llibsiiti.
V A W'uiiiMi At'O'iiev
llotioliilu. Mftrrb.11, IS0H. Mj lt
MM MMMIWWMMWHI Mill lllllll
BOARDING & SALE
Fort Street above Hotel Sticut.
477-i(& BOTH TELEPHONES if477
The a)me Stable? aie now fully
equipped and aie picpaicd to fiuul-'li
the public at a moiiicnt' notice with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Mil ivy. lo;; ('ml-, Etc.. Lie,
ity t Jio lny, NV-lc of -Mont ti.
And satisfaction (itarau(uiid. Speel-il
attrlillon paid to die care of eimiaet.
of.Mcreliniil Ar Hot lu-1 Hi,
Opposl'c Iho Police .Station. llotli
Telephone V2, anil connected bv elec
tric hell with Miblcs, "O thai a IimcK
can be called at ellhei place.
Bfiy New HiicKs, S':ifo Hoi-cs, nud
(Sooil, Sober Driven.
S. I JiitAIIA.II,
Mana i .
Pti "S S A ted alia, '
At The Beaver Saloon
II. .1. XOLTI'I, rriiprlotor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steiini-dtip
Will b ine Honolulu for the above
Friday, April 1 1th,
Por Freight or Pan .ago, apply to
WM, G. IKWIN & CO., AROLta.
Tin- I'uclllr- lliinlnuie To.
Have j ist received a line line ol
Also, Chamois Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
Of San Francisco.
Practical Fiauo, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Repairer,
Having woiked In tonic of the largest
pbuio anil organ factories In the United
Mates ol Ami-rim, I am fully able ami
propnte.l to do all MiuIb of repair work
in thu most B'ltisfneiory manner.
taS1-Orders cm bo kit al II. P.
Witliman's Jewelry Sioie, Foil Htroet,
at the Advertiser oillce. or tliroii"h
Mliturtl 'I'elejihone No !U7. fiOfJ lm
fjf tjp J r t
Ik jap -a
in issuing il new form of insuiauuo which provides, in the event of death, for a return ol all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
letiirn all the premiums paid with interest ; or, instead of accepting the policy and pioflls in cash the lentil holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT KUKTIIKR PAYMENT OK PIIKMU'MS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in l'TLLY PAID UP insurance, pailicipating annually in dhidends.
Uemember, this contract Is Issued by the oldest Lite Insurance Company In the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, Its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dollnra.
US For full canicular call on or addresn
s. :b. rose,
Dec-21'Sy Oeneral Agent for the Hawaiian Island.
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
nil Saloon Breafl,
Cnll'io, Tea, f'bocolitle ('
IMpo !C' Cigarette Tohacco,
tl8 Open fiom :!:!!0 a,
Mutual Telephone 211. Po-t
m. until Di.'SO l
Onico Box 17S.
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAJtSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiipr Me, Hot Mb, Greiate, Easoliiifryaie, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Waters. Elc.
Tlu'-e I'llter-. aie e.i-lly cleau-ed,
anil NBVKK bccoine DtAUKBl) or
CHA.Kl) by chanjie of l-inpfciatute of
The'rilt'ei inj? Medium U a ' ATl'B A ,
STOXK, mlnetl fiom llice.iitb II is
unlike any otht-r .stone.
It Does Not Absorb
Jiccomo Foul !
IMITKITIKS newi I'KNKTRATK
It, but lie on Hie Miifaoi'. and inteinally
the vionu tein-ilns as pine unit white
after yen of use as when tul.eu from
The Ohio Clly Stone 1 lltu N a per
fect Micee.. It Is the oii'y teal llller 1
have e cr seen. I w oubl not be w ltliout
one foi nirv conldeintlun. Il eouveitrt
our lake water into the best dihikliif;
water In the world.
IlLMtVM. I.MAN', M. I).,
.'.!'.:i West Ailains Sl , Cbli apt.
OT For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
OpH)sfu SprCCkl'ls Ai CO.'S Bllllk,
11U tf Fort street, Honolulu.
TVTO. I) Ivlne Ktrit", neiit
Open day nud nlubt. Meals at all
hourt. Orilcis for Ciilllornln "tirnducc
itcclvcil. E. T.-CilLZV,
Ma 2m Pioprielor.
17 ROM thu Coast a
choice lot of
JL ClKara, ClKircttcs
be told at verv low prices.
No. H7 Kliiff MrtLt.
(laic City Stone" Filter
LIFE INSURANCE 0,,
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OIIDF.K
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
Jukln, Giier Sian
And will be DKLIVKKKD FREE of C1IABOE to any
niJL. ol FARE:
IMk'h Peel, Cold Hum,
a i.Aisnr. AspnniMr.NT or
Pipes, fjignv"j& fJignrotto
Raluidny nielit, open
LEMONADE WORKS C
I. rr. BAILEV, n-fmiiijct-.
:-an(h PLAIN :
auul orders should be addressed (o
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Wc itnito the Ladies of Honolulu to call mid inspect our
-LINE of MILLINERY
j FOR 13AT.Ii:i ! '
i Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
J t TUB KIXBST STOCK OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
I gjsr-ovn stock pant bb bbat. j&
t Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
j Leading Jlillinoiy House, Corner Koit & Hotel nie.
HAVR JUST RECEIVB1) Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
Hill JIV4-M 1'-11I ft lo Ji IXtlttOllH,
Hosiery, Saline Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Good;,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' I Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
CORN Ell HOTEL & FOIIT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAK1NCJ KTOOK 1
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING! GOODS
ri:ill February IStli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves !
( and 8 RuttoiiH in jieifect Older al $1 a pair Client llnignini.
All my DRESS fHNCiHAMH about 110 pieces to eoleet fiom aio ofTeicd at
Cost Price. A suunll line of
Scotch GiiWiams at a Great Reduction !
READ THIS A largo aBoitinont of READ THIS
tvklitje: i":jrjes goods,
Such as Piqiiea, Einbroidored SwiHsen, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nainsook anil
many oilier lines of White Goods. I will tell at Mich n
piico that everybody will buy them.
g0T Remember, February 15tli will cIoho this Sale. &1
Toll LOO Cornur Hotfil 8t Fori Stuioifl.
Coffes Gates, Etc., Etc,
pait of the city.
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Beef, Halads, Lie,
AMERICAN CIGARS !
Ilolilors, Cold Drinks,
all night. Bell
MANY LINES OF
w ..v V..JlL '?iinin tMnti&r&dU:M,.l 1 !,;