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VAU.X .BUMiBTIN: HONOLULU, II, I,, APIUL 16, lbOU,
WKDNKSDAY, APRIL Hi, 181)0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
All he M : 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 : 1 .
Leave Mamma .
Airlvo 1 1 oikiI ill 11
. 1 1 :0i)
Am n Ki
lt M S S Alameda. Mor-c, li il.iy-i, 7
hours ami :sj minutes from niii
StnirCK P.IMiop rinni circuit O.ilm
lt M S S Alameda, Morse, fur Sydney
via Auckland at noon
Am lik Sonoma, Loo for San Francisco
Sclir Kawallaiil for Koolait
Sclir Luka for IColiala
Sohr Sarah it Elia for Koolaii
Stmr Wnliilcalc for Niiwlllwlll anil lla-
iinmnuiu at r p m
Stmr Hawaii for tlamakita at 10 a m
Stnir Pole for Hamakua at it p m
Stmr Iwalaui for Lalmiua anil Hama
kua at Id a m
II M S Champion, St Clah, for a cruise
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am lent Oceania Vance, Anderson, for
Haw lik W K Uodlroy, Rabcl, for Kan
From San Fraiiuiscn per S 8 Alaincila
Apr 15-Walter Adrian, Mrs Allan),
Miss Allard, Fred .T Atwooil, MissLlllio
Atwood, Miss M I) Roach, FORoluond,
MIssM I. iihiehly, 1 W Rigger, S T
llrowue, 11 C Rolton, James ltright,
Mrs llaunah llurkc, Mlas M M Car.son,
Frank Cleaves ami wife, Clias A Ravi
and wife, I) M Rnrimtu, II ICwing and
wife, Mrs It O (mod. Miss Keough. V
Kniidscii, .1 II Mcintosh ami wife. O
.Murray, R N, Mrs II F. Owen. C Phil
lips, Win L Huberts, Miss C Sterling, I.
It Sllles and wife, W A Swlneiton,
lliiliurl Viseher and wife, Mrs C Wurili,
K M Hitchcock, : Kopke, 11 steerage,
and ":t for the Colonic-:.
ForMaui per stmr l.lkcllko Apr l.'i
O P Wilder, MrTooinev, David .Morton,
Capt l'rltchard, Hon 11 P ISiddwiu, and
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, April
15 Hon P Icnberg, Hon Clias Onv. Dr
KSdch. MrParkes, Capt A Ahluorn
and wife, Mrs J Armstrong, Miss X
Needliam, Miss Wlilte. Mi's HarteR M
Iticliter, ilno Dyer, W Rurlowltz. Mrs
Voss, Mrs Kmer.son, Hev II Ueuhcrg,
Mr Perrelr.i, and 10 deck.
For Ilaiiirikua per steamer Iwalaui.
April Hi 11 It Maefarlaue and hov, and
For llauiakua, per steamer Hawaii,
April HS-.J Low.
For San Francisco per hark Fniinma,
April Hi .1 A Lylc, wife and child, and
For the Colonies per Jt S S Alameda,
April Hi For Sydney: Jtev C W Sher
man and wife. I It lturns; Steer jgo:
Jtev J. Carl.sen, A It Ilarelay, J Ash, W
I Cole, .1 S Cotterell, J Lurlck. J F
Melauthy and wife. For Auckland:
Thus Cook. In transit: (iS passengers.
The S S Alameda, H O Morse Com
mander, sailed from San Franci'-eo
Wednesday April !); discharged pilot
:!:ir.p m, stopped for Honolulu pilot
l.'itli, 8:.m p in. Time, ti davs, 7 hours,
:I2 minutes. First SO hours had X W
winds, thenco S K and S W. At 1 p in
of the 12th passed a hark steering S W;
and at 11 a m of tlio 15th passed a large
"l-inasted schooner steering S W.
Tlio bark Sonoma was lowed out by
(lie tug Kleu at 1 ::I0 o'clock this after
noon, having on hoard 21,0!)!) hairs su
gar weighing 2,701,71!! pounds for San
Francisco. Messrs M, S Grlnhaiini &
o shipped 5,820 hags sugar, ami Messrs
II Hackfeld & Co 1(1,1 7il hags. The
cargo was valued at ij 122,000.
The Am hktue John Wor.-ter, Capt S
It Orotli, which arrived yesterday from
Newcastle, was docked at (he 1 M S S
Co'svharf. She brought 8:52 tons of
coal to ship's account.
Tlio tlucc'inastcd fclionner Oceania
Vaiico and (ho hark W Jt (Jodfrey will
leave to-moriow for Sail Fiauelsc'o. The
(iodfrey will take about 110J tons sugar.
SAN ritANCISCO BIHPPIM! MWS.
Arrivals-Mar i!0,bk II Hackfeld, 21
days, lik Alex JlcXell, 21 days, Hono
lulu; sclir Challenger, 21 davs, Kahu
lui. April 5, bk Andrew Welch, 21
days, Honolulu: brigConsiielo, 21 davs,
Kabulnl. April i, bl.lno Planter, 17JS
days, Honolulu. Aprils, sclir Anna, 18
days, Kuliiiliii; hkdie John SiullL, 1!)
I)ep(ulnie.s April 2, lik Ladv Laiup
miii; April S, hk C l ltryaut, and bark
Forest tjiiccn, Hoiiohilii. April 0, bktn
April 25, S S Austialln, sliip Alex
McNeil, bark Andrew Welch, br l' Con-
niicIo, ami liktiie l'lauter, Houo'iihi.
Auckland Mar 20, arrived, S S
Four lti.AKi:i.KV April 2, ariived,
lililiio Amelia, Honolulu.
I'oitT Townsunk Apijl i), ariived,
sclir Alcalde, Honolulu.
Spokkn Mai 22, lut -17 X, long 12 W,
lik 1'aul Isenbcrg, Liverpool for Hono
lulu. . . . .
AJKUSKltKHO AtFawaa, April h'tli,
to lie wlfn of .las. Morseberg, a sop.
llltYX In San Francisco, March !'.(,
IbiKI, Capt. .lulliis F. liryn, beloved
liiisbund of Lena M. Iryn. and fa
llierof Chailos, Frank, Oscar and
llelmer llryn, u native of Clnisti
ania, Norway, aged 4S years, (I
moiiilis, 21 davs. Deceased was a
son-lii-liivv of Mr, Chaile.s Hammer
of lliis city.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A .SUM! ftiniislirtl room is Willi led
St'u.ut wan fij for DO lust List tcpnil
(ioiii Now Yolk.
Tim Alaincila was delayed by .-low
mails crosying tlio Atlantic,
'I'm: monthly meeting of llio Y. M.
C. A. will ho held to-nuiriow evening.
Tilt: Ladies' Altar Society will meet
Convent al 1! n'elocl
Tin: hand played and there was n
Luge cnnvil ill tilt' tlep:il tilt t of the
Alaincila for the Colonies at iinoii,
Rr.siimNrs of Kukui lane think
lhey an' cntillcd In one or two of the
Kiunll elecliii: lights being placed in
Tun regular nionlhlv meeting of
the W. U. T. U. will lie held nt the
V. M. C. A. Hall, lo-inoiiow after
noon at 2 :.'10 o'clock. '
Tun Union Iron Works building
arc lapitlly progressing lo comple
tion. A corrugated iiou house has
been built over lite boiler.
II. It. M. S. Champion' wenl mil
to-tlay fur torpedo practice, and it is
said will In; back to pint ill 5 o'clock.
It' is repoi ted that her cruise to Ha
waii baa been poMponcd.
'1 in: executive committee of the
Slcinitx Che.s Club desires a full at
tendance of members at the rooms
to-morrow evening, llusiness of ini
poi Innco will be Hiihmittcd. It is
understood that Thursday ! lliu
owning of tho week for u general
rally of the club.
Am. members of the .Mikado Com
pany aie ieue.sted to meet nt (ho
Arion Hall this (Weilne.-day) even
ing at 7 :.'!() o'clock to hear 111-' icport
of the tiea.suier ami to transact fur
ther business. A full attendance is
requested. You will lie dclaincil
onlv a few minutes.
Hid Nyanza covers about an uc.ro
of ground in the new territory at the
city fronl. Little Nyan.a extends
from Big about half tho area toward
Alakea btrecl. Tho waleis are not
believed to bo navigable, but tradi
tion extending hack of tho last, storm
has it that part of a well laid out
town plot exists beneath the Unhid
Mits. Turner ("Mis-s Annis .Mon
tague"), I ho Hawaiian horn vocalist,
was n passenger on (he Alameda,
going lo join tier husband in musical
engagements in (lie Colonies. While
(he s(camer was in poil many of the
talented lady's old friends had tho
pleasure of greeting her. Tins band
music was in compliment lo Mrs.
A MisiiNiiniisTANDiNii occurred be
tween a doctor and a Winchester rillo
at tho Police Station (ho other night.
Tho doctor "didn ( know it was load
ed," being helped lo Hint mistake by
seeing the ramrod in the hairel.
While ho was diagnosing the weapon
it surprised him by lcpoiting icsulls
on its own behalf. The rauiiod hap
pily was the only thing of value Unit
w.is spoiled in the accident.
Tun llijou Comedy and Dramatic
Company having arrived from San
FrancUco will open with "A Danger
ous Woman" tit tho Opera House to
nionow evening. They are well
spoken of by persons who have had
opportunity of seeing them on (lie
hoards in San Francisco. The box
plan for the opening night is open at
L. .1. Levey's, wliero.seats can also be
seemed for any night of tlio season.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Hillcs, at
Services at Central Union cliuicli,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of 1
Myslic Loiljnj No. 2, K. of 1'
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, nt 7 :.!().
Meeting Mikado Coinpanv, Arion
hall, 7 :.'!().
" Sorenson & Lylc's boat-building
house on Queen street was entered
hist night and clumsy efforts al rob
bery were made inside. The handle
of the safe in tho ollieo was wrench
ed off, and the polished knobs un
screwed from tho hinges. There
were marks of feeble attempts lo
pry open the safe door.
A two-inch hole was bored in a
writing desk above the safe, and the
drawer forced out of position but
not opened. The telephone receiver
was ruined. Two gohf pens were
bent out of shape. Letters and
marks were roughly scrawled on a
piece of paper. A tape measure
was unrolled and pulled out of tho
ease. The whole thing looked like
a hoy's burglary.
Ah Cliuii,opiuin in possession, was
sentenced to one hour's hard labor
with a lino of $00 and costs. Appeal
noted. .J. M. Davidson for defend
ant. L. M. Johison was changed with
violation of the aw against gam
bling. It was admitted that defend
ant conducts a game, nt 2.'i cents a
ehnnec, consisting in throwing rings
over knives set in a board, tlio
player who places a ring on a knife
winning the game. After argument
by V. O. Smith for defendant, and
G. Iv. Wilder, Deputy Marshal, dc
fondant was found guilty as charged,
and sentenced to pay 81 line, costs
remitted. Appeal noted.
Latesl Foreio News.
Han Pranci$"0, April 0 per S, ,S.
ii.vi rt:i stai r.s,
Mrs. Woodworlh's prophecy that
Oakland was to be destroyed by a
Hood has driven about i!()0 people
out ot that eity. The cataclysm
was llxed for Apt II II.
Colonel John -Al. Fleming, editor
f the Knoxville, Teiin., Sentinel,
who Is over 70 year, of age, receiv
ed a challenge from Congressman
James I'lielan to light a duel. The
venerable journalist replied in a sar
eastio letter, intimating that Hie
Congressman is no gentleman, or he
wouldn't have suggested dueling;
therefore, not being a gentleman,
the editor could not think of meet
ing a man morally his inferior.
The Iowa House passed the Aus
tralia ballot reform bill.
Thirty eases of trichinosis occur
red at Aurora, Illinois, some of them
traced lo eating bologna sausages.
A gigantic theatrical trust has
been stalled lo control at least one
large theatre in every big city
throughout the country.
The Massachusetts Humane So
ciety's presentation of a gold medal
to ('apt. Norman II. Fanpiliar of
the I. S. Flagship Trenton, for hav
ing saved the lives of 1 10 of the
crew of the U. S. S. Vandalia dur
ing the Sainoan hurricane, is strongly
objected to by seamen of the U. S.
S. Iroquois who were part of t'.ic
crew of the Trenton at the time of
the disaster. These men assert that
the honors were won by Lieutenant
IJrown of Hie Trenton, who remain
ed alone on the bridge and coolly
gave tlio orders to the men during
the height of the storm and until
after the Vandalia's crew were res
cued from the sunken ship's masts.
Several Ohio towns weio damaged
by tornadoes on the 8th.
The Senate passed the Anti-Trust
bill, as reported from the Judiciary
Committee, by a vote of ."2 to l.S.
Secretary Windotn has telegraph
ed to the Collector at San IMego,
giving him authority to employ all
the assistance necessary in prevent
ing the smuggling of Chinese over
Goodwin & Co., cigarette manu
facturers, New York, have Mod a
complaint in equity against Man,
Sadler & Co., their S.m Francisco
agents, for defrauding them nut of
sums laugiug from one dollar lo
several thousand dollars.
McKinlcy calculates the Uepub
lican tariff hill will make a reduc
tion of $4."t,000,000 in the revenues.
At the municipal election of Kil
gerton, Kansas, the women's ticket
was elected, as follows: Mayor,
Mrs. W. 11. Kelly; Police Judge,
Mrs. Thomas Green; Couneilmen,
Mrs. S. K. Kwnrt, Mrs. Stewart,
Mrs. lloldcn, Mrs. Nat Uoss and
The House Committee on Pensions
has ordered a favorable report on tlio
bill granting a pension to Mrs. De
lia Parncll, the daughter of the late
Admiral Charles Stewart and mother
of Charles Stewart Pamell. The
original bill, which provided forSlOO
per month, was amended to $f0.
The oflicial list of dead in Louis
ville, fioin the late calamity, will
go little over a hundred, with 10
fatally wounded and six crippled
Vice-Admiral Stephen C. Dowan,
V. S. N., retired, died in Washing
ton, Mar. Ul, aged 85.
Secretary Dlainc has about com
pleted the preparation of a recipro
city treaty with Mexico, and it is
rumored that the Senate committee
on foreign relations has given the
document its cordial consent.
. Machinery for a new beet sugar
factory at Grand Island, NebraBka,
has arrived from Germany, the same
steamer bringing 70 tons of beet
A committee of Hie Methodist
Kpiseopal Conference, in its report,
denounces the recent decision of the
Supreme Com t regarding tlio read
ing of the Dihle in the public schools
as "uiiamericau and pagan, and a
menace to the perpetuity of our in
stitutions." It holds that it is the
dul' of Christian citizens to deny
(hat the Dible is sectarian, aud
claims for it a place wherever a
State attempts to educate youth for
the duties of cili.euship.
The House committee on railways
and canals has reported favorably
on the hill for the construction by
the Tinted States of a ship.canal
around Niagara Falls. It is urged
as a war measure, Hie only means of
getting round the Falls now being
by the Welland canal through Cana
Wendell Damn, secretary of tho
Suicide Club of Dridgoport, Conn.,
has fulfilled the membership agree
ment by killing himself. Of tho
live Germans who formed the club
four years ago under an agreement
that one member should kill himself
(inch year, only tlio president re
mains to commit the crime. The
nlliers have al done it in rotation.
The sugar duty, in the linal draft
of the Republican tarilV bill, is !l"i
percent on sugar below No. Hi and
l.'i percent on that above, which
amounts to oO percent reduction on
some grades and more than that on
April 8 llio slago coach from Mi
chigan Dluff to Auburn, Cal., was
held up by J.wo masked robbers.
Four of the live passengers were
robbed. The liflh by his pluck held
off the robbers.
Hnvciiil I nub's are out on Miil;e in
Tho" Fish Commission of Califor
nia will endeavor to prevent the cx
termination of striped li:i.ss,
At a meeting of strikers in Vienna
on the .Slli the police were stoned
mid many of the rioters anesled.
Another meeting, attended by eight
thousand unemployed men,' ended
in a serious i lot. The mob demo
lished a police guardioom and seri
ously wounded the olllcur in charge.
They (lieu set Hie to a .spit it shop
and prevented the lire engines fioin
approaching. Several simps were
plundered and (he troops had to be
called out before the rioters were
dispersed. Many civilians and four
teen policemen were wounded, and
thirty-seven persons were arrested.
The Federal Princes of Germany
are represented as disgusted aud
terrified at Umperor William's re
Changes in the German army uni
form will follow the adoption of
smokeless powder, so as to add to
the invisibility of troops In action.
The famous Prussian inililary cap
will give place to one on the Anion
The illness of the Princess of
Wales is causing anxiety. Shu never
completely recovered from inlluen.a,
and is now very feeble, coughing
constantly. The Princess, although
only 'l.'i last December, is beginning
lo show sigus of age, and lately has
become almost stone deaf.
Two writers on the Paris Kgalitc
were sentenced respectively to l.'i
and I months' imprisonment, with a
heavy line, for threatening M. Con
stnns, .Minister of the Interior.
Tho Czar has wholly recovered.
Students who took part in tlio re
cent riots will probably be expelled
Ironi St. Petersburg.
Dr. Knappc, lately German Con
sul lo Samoa, has been placed on
the retired list, owing to Ids conduct
at the time of tlio disorders nt Apia.
It is said that Kmperor William
will appoint a court of honor to deal
with quarrels between ofllccrs of
the army. He will only permit a
duel for a blow or an insult to a
lady relative "when the offender re
fuses lo apologise.
Two hundred and forty-seven de
legates, representing 120,000 work
inguicn of various trades met at 01-
len, Germany. Hosolulions were
adopted favoring tho formation of
unions and accident insurance funds,
and calling for amendments to the.
Prince Dismarck has been granted
a pension of S07.")0.
Tho Iiiinan steamer City of Paris
was towed into Quccnstown by a
freight steamer and a tug. Her
starboard engine went to pieces in
midoccan, knocking a hole in the
hull. The vessel was saved with
her thousand passengers by the
water-tight compartment, as she
had thirty-two hundred tons of wa
ter in the hold.
Two insurgent leaders and llio
remnant of their followers have sur
rendered to Major Wissman of the
German West African expedition.
A horrible story from Morocco is
that a box sent from the interior to
Ma.agan for shipment contained the
headless aud embalmed bodies of
sixteen young women, one man, and
a negrcss. The slaughter is sup
posed to have been I he work of some
sheik, who thus took 'vengeance on
an unfailhlul harem.
The premium on gold in Duenos
Ayres is 187.
The Provisional Government of
Drazil having aflirmcd the abolition
of slavery, and decreed other re
forms long demanded, such as separ
ation of church and state, Hie free
dom of the press aud liberty of war
ship, is now trying to prepare a
constitution in which advantage will
he taken of the experience of the
Tinted States, In other words,
Drazil will try to begin at the point
the American Republic has reached.
Mr. Dlainc, T. S. Secretary ol
State, has sent circulars to all min
sters and consuls in Drazil, request
ing information in regard to the
means of extending American trade
witli their localities.
An Imperial Chinese edict has
slopped the project of a grand
trunk railway through the metro
politan provinces and Vunan to the
Yangtze. Still a Shanghai corres
pondent believes that the current
j ear will see a serious beginning
made. with railways in China. With
the Russian railway along her north
ern border and lapping around her
alleged vassal slate, Corea, there is
nothing for China but to keep pace
with her dreaded northern neighbor.
Piorola, ex-dictator, (hiding he
had iitt chance of winning in tlio
presidential election in Peru, at
tempted lo stir up riots in Hie city
of Lima. JIc was promptly com
mitted In prison by IheGoverumeul,
whose action has the entire support
ol public opinion, which refuses to
tolerate any more such lawlessness.
Kmperor Menelek of Abyssinia,
in a letter to Prime Minister CrUpl
of Italy, allirms tho intention of
Klhiopia to follow the example of
Christian nations in an endeavor (o
repress the slave trade.
Kemp and McLean will have a
race on tlio Paramatta river, Austra
lia, three weeks after llio contest
between Kemp and Matter.son.
Tuikish troops have pillaged the
churches and insulted Chilsliaus in
the province of Crete.
Henry It. Slaved, famous for
dredging contracts at Panama and
elsewhere, has sailed, for Kgynt. It
is said Iir. trip is In cniiiieclioii wllh
a revival of the sehcitir for oullliitf
a canal fioin the Red Son mid Hood"
lug a largo portion of the desert of
Sahara. Slaved was formerly a
druggist in Snn Francisco, and ho
and his brother have made a fortune
The Canadian authorities are re
polled willing to agree to conditions
of settlement ot the Retiring Sea
controversy, comprising exclusion '
of sealing vessels from a belt L'.'j ,
milts wide mound Seal Islands,
absolute prohibition of scaling iu
Reining Sea dining Hie breeding
M'ason, and the prohibition ot the
use of llrearms iu sealing operation.
W. C. T. U., V., M. C. A. par
lois, 2:.'!0 p. in.
Ladies Altar Society, 2 p. m.
The trial ot Ahung for larceny Is
in progress in the Supreme Court to
day. A. Rosa assists Deputy Attorney-General
Creigliton in the pio
sedition, and II. N. Castle appears
for the defendant.
AXH'K FtiiiiMii'd Itoom
In a piivnte famllv bv a
rciitlcuiau peiiiiaiieiitlv le-
dillng 111 (be eitv. Addles "No .1,"
Ul'l.l.KTl.v Olllce. ...",() lit
mUOUT Young Man to woik at
telephone swljchhoatd. .None
iiolite need applv.
CO. it KKC KR.
nil) tf Secret iry Mutual Tele. Co.
WANT IS I)
T)Ya Omnia Woman, a .-itiialion, lo
MJ till llHllM'UOIk Mini
lake eaie of
Applv at '-I.".!
and Wife, (lie
ol hor.-cs and
KJ loriuei' lo lake care
yard, tlio latter to do housework and
take eaie of clillilieii. Anplv ''IS I Fort
COIMKSof the Daii.v Itci.i.r.TiN, of
the dales specilied helow, "0 cents
eopv will lie paid
lor the Riine on
ell Very at this ntllee:
.lumiury 1. iss.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On JJiiKy MVi'liiM.
rpiIB Uoihli-m-c of R. I.
llio on li'itmlilo.strcct.
couddnlujr Double l'urlors,
Large Dining Itoom. -t Itedrooms, Drcs.
ing and bathroom', Ki chen and 2 Pan.
tries, IK'taWied Servant's House, Stable,
Coach Rouse mid Chicken Yaid. Tiie
Grounds me 10." feet fiont and about
:I2!5 feet deep, and are all laid out Willi
I'nlins, Roses and Choice Plants. Will
lie vacant on tin: tub May. The Fernery
and Ferns to lie leinovtii unless iigici'il
on. frJ7 tw
COTTAOK convenient to
street cats. Would like
(inlet Tilucu near Hotel. Mo
derate rent desiinl. Address "C. C,"
IhiM.KTi.v Olllce. fid!) tf
rpo rent for 1 month a Large
L Room or Hall, cilber
cround lloor or mtstair.s, in list
be centrally titualed. lli.t If
Kosil Estate For Sale.
oiiscs anil Lois on
llo Lane, Pahiiua.
Convenient (o si cam mid 1 1 am
on 1 1. Very lieallliy loculitv. l.ot on
Kinu street, near HainimkuV Lane. For
particulars apply to
JOHN F. IIOWLKR.
Or Clias. T. Oulirk. -WO Ilni
For Sale al Low Kales
NBW Phaetons and Top Huggies,
Frazer and Cold Waller Curls, 1
Itusiness liugnlc, Polo mid .Sliaft; iiIm,
.Second band Hacks, Open and Top Itug.
glen, all in good condition; and Ilooes
biiilnlili! for pbiniaiion ue. Applv
HAWAIIAN IIOTKL STAHLKS.
511 1 in S I. Slitiw, Manager.
SALT FOIt SALE.
H.VVK received a few hundred lings
of Sail, of tlio viy best omdity.
each lug weighing 120 pound", I will
sell at very Iowcm price at $1 each;
special reduction by (lie ton Oiiirri
from oilier Ihlamh will lie iromptly
attended to with satisfaction giiiian
lecd. Address all orduis to
Cu.s I. HIRAM,
rilt)2in llaiiuoipo, HoiiqIh'ii, Oaliu.
rpiIIS well. known house ins again
JL cluing) d bands .Inn Hoc, tlio best
cook iu the city, lias lepuiclinsed Die
stuck and II Mines, and will Unit llic
leslauiiuil afresh TUESDAY, Apiil Hill
Hoping all patrons will give him n call.
noAun rr.u wki:k:
Prh'ato R ioiii
Dinners, both rooms
J UN iiei:,
neat the Ilridge
.L Open il'iy and tiii:
lit. Meals nt all
hours. Orders for California nrodiieo
neelveil. K. T. (ill.'.Y,
!i 2 2ui l'inprietor.
C1IIUN h'OW is no longer In my em.
I ploy, and is not uiKhnri7c.1l (o sign
my n a i mi or act (or mo in anv inaiuicr
wluitoMT. FAI KKK.
Honolulu, Match 23, ifc'.K). Cl'j l
quifabie Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract From Annual Circular to Apontn.
"We purpose placing in your lunula to offer to the public an Indem
nity Rond. Many wiiriie attracted by the fact that you arc selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with assests over SIO'j, 000,000.00, anil
will not fall upon examination lo see its inliinsio merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to rpiole the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"IIKNRV R. I1YDK,
Jo.V Send lor illu-.tralive pamphlets, or call In person mi the under-simioil.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Ocneral Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Kqtiitablc Life Assurance Society
of the V. S. Jan-l-DO
A LAIRS R ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS ! ,
From .fS.oO to .flOO Riich.
"".' KODAK C AMER AS T".
Tim M. A. SRKI) and the CARRl.'TT DRY PLATRS,
The YRAR ROOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
HRITLSH PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Anil PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10!) POUT KTIttiKT.
K. R. Hr.Ntmv. President & Manage!'. Jons' E', Vice-President.
(joni'iil'.Y Knows, Secretary & Treasurer. CKCU. llnowv. Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. SprcckelH' Ita.uk, : Fori Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilaml China, plain and docorated; and Wedgtwocd
Piano, Libraiy ,t Stand Limps, Chandeliers .v Eleelolicrs,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assoCin't of Drills & Files,
plantation Supplies ot every description
The "G.uollo" U-wheeloil Riding Plow & Eipialier,
Rluebcard Rice Plow, Pl.inteis' Steel A- Goo-enecked Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
P.iinlM, Varnishes .t Rrushes, Manila A. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
IIoe, Hose, Hose,
RUIIRER, WIRE-ROUND of .up"iior quality, A-. STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Pl.iled Ware, Table A- Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A' Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Mtichiiio-loadod Caitiidges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock fur Pipe A Roll Tbieading,
llaitinan'.s Steel Wire Fence A- Steel Wiie Mat.s,
Win". U. Filicr.s Wrought Steel Ranges
Gate City Stone Filtcr.s,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nov-2!)-8!) Seal's Carriage Paints.
LIVERY, BOARDING & SALE
Fort Street above Hotel Street.
477-3 BOTH TELEPHONES t3f"477
Tbe above Stables are now fully
equipped and aie prepared to fiuiiMi
the jiuhlio at a moment's notiue with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Surreys. Doy Cart, Etc.. Rio.
ISy t lie Iny, Week oi'.IIont li.
And satl-factlon guaranteed. Special
attention paid lo Hie euro of oania;;e.
).'ii',.M('i'i'liiiiil ."Cr HotlielHIr.,
Oppo'llo the Police Station. Roth
Telephones l,VJ, and connected by elee
tile hell witli stables, so that ii had.
can he called at either place.
Jtiay New Rucks, Safe Hoi'j.e., ami
(iiiod, Solier Dilveis,
S. T. siiKAILUL
THE BEST PAPERtiiMiWrilw
JL for Is llio "Dully Rullutin." to)
citita per month.
AJ VW -A., VtX" il
Tin - ;
Base BaiMBoods !
Mra. THOS. LACK,
Agent for Spalding Rne Hull supplies
will receive per Sieaini r Ails'.
trill hi and Alameda a lull
line of the latest
Base Ball Melis for 1
The Rules & Regulationsfor'90
Do not ftiiget lint !rn. Tlios. Lnrk,
81 Forf Mieel, has the agency
fin the world ieiiowin.il
Spalillny'.s Sporting Cioods.
C2T Call for one of Spalding' fnti
login's free. .'ill lw
Of San Fiancisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Having worked in some of ihu largest
piano mid organ (arteries in llie United
States of America, I am fully able and
prcpaicd to do all kinds ol icpair work
iu llio 11101 sfitistaolory maimer.
Iifflr Orders can ho left nt H. F.
Wit'liiimii's Jewelry Store, Foil btioei,
at tho Advertiser olllce, or through
MnlU.il Telephone No. !M7. Mlfi m
v FOU SALE
7IRKWOOI) tor Hilo nt Hawaiian
C.immerclal tfalosrroms, corner ot
(Jueen mid Nuimnti streets.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "Tlit! Daily Rulletin." ftu cent
I per moiidi. '
'ii-i'i'inrifVifit 'iti-if irtMmM'-iiWflR iV f r.vJvi'
-&-V5W Ju tMt',iJt ,al.