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MONDAY, AI'HIL'JI, 181'0.
OAIIU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
1II.III I.AII IIIAINS,
A. M. I'. M.
I.i .ie Honolulu !i;H) l':ihi
A i live M.ni!iu.i 'J:l L':ls
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AtliW Honolulu II:S IS
A.M. I M. P.M.
Leave Honolul !i::tn li'illo :i:in
Ai live Mamma ...KIMS 1:18 it: IS
Leave Alaii.iua....ll:iu l:i:t l:i."
Alike Honolulu. ..11:18 L':!!! I:.":!
Stmr Wnluleale from Nawiliwlll
Sinn- MIKnhala h-iiui Kuuiit
Slutr l.lkcllkc from Maui
Slutr l.chtta ftom 1 1 :i t ii:iKii:i
St-lir Ma iv from llnnalei
Seitr ICiilauiaini from Kolnil th-lf
Am hi; .1 no I) llmicr, JiH-u'lyu. I.'.sd.tys
1 1 nut Huston
Am IiM Modoc from Ncwcii-dlc. X S W
Sinn .lames Alakec front hapna
.Stmr Kllauea IIou from Haiiial.ua
Haw bk I .:uly LampMiu, Sodcrren, 1!)
days Irani San l-'ruuclsco
Tern Kc An Hon from Mnkcua
Slim-. I A Cummins for Koolau
Sclir Mol Withlne for llnmakua
Sehr Katitkciioull for Kohala
.Slim- l.i'hua tor llnntnkua al , p m
Stmr Hiinlii for Waianae
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Ivhmti for llllo and w:iy pons til
' 2 p in
Scln Mary for llaualci
Stmr Llkcllke for Maul at fi p in
Stmr Mlk:ih:il:i for Kairal.1 p in
Stmr Wnlaleah; for Kllaue.i and Iluna-
lcl nt I p in
Stmr Mokolll for Alolokal fi p m
Stmr Kllauea IIou for lliimukiia nt fl p in
Sehr Kulamaiiu for Hawaii
Stmr.laH Alakcc for Kapaa at ." p m
SchrCatcrina for ICaliukii
Finin Maul per stmr Llkcllke, April
L'0-0 rnua, J: Katilaua, Mrs Kahoopal,
Ah Yau, Airs Sing Yau. All l.iun,Mrs
llakuolc, W Spooncr, O K McVeigh,
.Mrs Soua, W 11 Corn well and 41 doi'lc.
Ki-om Kauai per stmr Mlksliala, Apill
I'O ll!V O l Kmiiison, .Ino Dyer, Mas
tcr H Unlip, Muster IE Wilcox. Masters
llli-e (2), .f H Alaliiiont, Alr.Iolin-.nn anil
wife, .) Jl Hiiro, iMareus Hiiro, l; iJotte,
Hev Kntlicr Svlvc-tcr, V Wllbiirton and
Krom San FrancNco per lik Lady
I.ampson, April 21 K Hoot and wife.
Tin' I.ikellkc. brought 70C!) bgs Migar,
18 bog', i hoie, 154 bgs potatoes, 27
ligs corn, and 80 pkgs -mi(1rii'S.
'The steamer Mlknhala brought on
Sunday :I4I(S bgs sugar, 11 hlde.s, and
270 bgs lire; tbo.lauies Makee '.TjOO bgs
.-ugiir; and the Walalealu ".500 bgs su
gur, all from Kauai.
The .steamer Alokolli comes off the
Alarlue Hallway th'.s afternoon.
The steamers I.ehua and Kilauea Hon
brought 2.r02 and 4000 bags sugar re
.speettvely from Ilamnkua,
The bklienjF Hunt jr will .sail from
Kahuhit next week for San KraneNco.
The. schooner Kulamaiiu brought yes
teiilny ll()( bags sugar from (Jnoinea
iind 'the sehooner Mary U00 from Ha
ualei. The Hawaiian bark I.ady I.ampoii,
!.ipt K () bodeigren, arrived this inorn
ing from San r ranei'-eo with general
merchandise to Messrs C lirewer t Co.
She was 1!) days coming. Capt Soiler
gren reported pleasant weather the en
tire passage, and hu thinks this trip is
onii of the mo-t delightful he ever had.
The American bark John 1) Brewer,
dipt YV L .lcjs"olyn, arrived vesterdav,
12S days from llonon. with about 1400
tons general merchandise consigned to
Mo-nrsC llrewer & Co. She has :.000
cases of kerosene oil for here and G000
cases in transit for Manilla. The Capt
leported rough weather off Cape Horn,
heavy westerly gales blowing eontinu
oiiHly for 18 days. The J D Brewer will
he docked at Brewer's wharf this eve
ning. She Is expected toleavefor Hong
kong with Chinese passengers on Alay H.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hand concert at Kiiinia Square,
Harmony Lodge, I. O. (). 1,
Alex. Liholilio Council of Ka
dosli, 7 :!)().
JJijou Dratnalic Company, "Mast
Lyime," Opera House, 8.
Pythian Drill Corps, II. It. Arm
ory, 7 :30.
Special meeting Kxcelsior Lodge,
I. O. O. F., 7:1 110.
Special meeting Lodge Le lro
gres, A. F. & A. M., 7:30.
Ladies meeting regarding Sailor's
Home, V. M. O. A. hall, 10 a. m.
Kinau sails l'ov Maui and Hawaii,
2 p. in.
St. Andrew's Ladies Sewing So
ciety, II a. in. to fi p. m., at sehool-
ASPIRANTS TO THE BAR.
The following candidates arc be
ing examined to-day for licenses to
practise in the lower courts of the
kingdom, before Chief Jubilee Judd
and Air. .lustlco AlcCully:
I). L. Huntsman, P. Pitlialahua,
J. W. II. I. .Kihe, Win. P. Haia,
Joseph Ivaluna, Jos. II. Kawelo, Pe
ter Xowlein, Joseph Jl. Kealoha, II.
P. K. Malulani.
The following will he examined
to-morrow for full license: W. A.
Kiha, 10. Kaulaua, Solomon Naauap.
rpHE WEEKLY" BU LLeTI N
.L ii coIiiiuiih, purely local muttui
Afiillcd to foroigu cmtntrieR. ,'i per
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A rn.wofK Is lost.
, roTr.iK in wanted.
A min'ihii:ai)IN() cruzu lm xinii-k
It. CayioiiI) gives u gentle caution
In the c.tplor of his dog.
I'V I m.ix Drill Corps will iih'i-I nl
liilli'H Aiinnry ll"-' cxcniutf.
MrCiMV iiml Annie Kooiuy will
In- nl Emma Sipiuic lo nie,hl
.1. .1. Wll.l.lUis linn ilii)loi;rjilii of
tin' .Mil.mlii Opciii Cn. l'i'i-alr.
.Ias. F. Morgan will m-11 ferliliet.s
nt Hie I'. Al. wlunf 'riiin-iliiy noon.
Allt. l I). McVeigh will oblige by
calling ill llio United States Consul
lalo. .1. S. Wai.ki:h, excciilm- cstalc lain
Juliu I.. liiiWMiu, biis a iinlici- cl-c-
.1. ('. l'i.(iiti:- .v Co. will -oil 100
licuit ln-cf calth-iil K'lliikitiui, .Maui,
iM:i 'JO, at aiicliiiu.
TiiKb.iik .luliii D. I'.ii'wci liii-COOD
cases pelrolciim in tiiiunil fur the
. - -
Till', lliiwaiian Hell Telephone Co.
litis received I wo ca-es iifin.-tritnienls
by (he I.ady Lanipsnn.
Tmiin: lines of .$5 each anil two
foiTcitiiics of sfli bail for (Irnnkeiini'-vs
made up this innining'H jiiilgmcnls
in (he I'lihco ( (iitil.
.Ias. F. Anngnti will sell giiiminilliV
supplies mill stoic fixtures, sit slorc
lately occupied, by i. Aloic it Co.,
King stiect, Wcdncsdiiy al 10 n. in.
Tilt: niculiug of ladies to consider
niaUcis coiieciuing llio ptojccled
Sailor's I Ionic will take, place at Y.
AI. C. A. hall, 10 o'clock to-inoiiow
Mr. Gill'unl, Secieliuy Kiipiolani
Park Association, od'ers sf 10 rewaid
for the. detection of llio uerson or
persons who tlnow stones at the
black swans in the pail;.
Du. and Mis. A. AlcWaync were
thrown out of their vehicle, while out
(hiving Saturday afternoon, by the
horse suddenly boiling. Happily
neither of them was much butt.
1'nor. II. Merger has been piesent
cd with a dozen handkerchiefs, bear
ing his initials and 'Aloha" in em
broidery, by the pupils of Kawaiahao
Female Seminary, in recognition of
his successful direction of their laic
Tiik I'ncific. I lard waie Co. an
nounce :n rival of luuk John 1).
Brewer with full lines of agrieultiiial
implements, plantation supplies, und
general luercluindiso; tiUo, other
staple goods lnovcibially avsociiiled
with the name of that house.
Tin: Minister of Interior issues a
proclamation calling a special elec
tion for representative of the district
of Koolau, island of Oalui, on Wed
nesday, Afay 1-lth, to fill the .seat of
J. X. i'iiikuli, declared vacant by the
Supreme Couit of the Kingdom.
ilv the bark John 1). Brewer from
Boston, W. C. Trwin it Co. have re
ceived tho wrought iron water pipes
with which they contracted to. supply
the Government. They arc intended
for water woiks at Laiipahoehoe and
Jlilo, Hawaii; Wailuku ami Kahului,
Maui; and Koloa, Kauai.
"Hast Lynne," an ever popular
dnmi a, will be picscnted by the Bijou
Comedy Company at the Hawaiian
Opera llour-o this evening. Seats
have been selling well through the
day, and tluue is likely to he a good
house and a first-class peifurmanec.
Theie will be a matinee on Wednes
lu;v. Dr. Ilydo assite(l Hev. .1.
Waianiau, pastor, at the Master
piaiso service of Kaumakapili Church
last night. The pupils of Kawaiahao
Female Seminary sang two anthems
under tho direction of Aliss S. II.
Patch. Several hymns were sung by
the church choir "under tho lead of
A. IK Naone, and special pieces were
played by the organist.
Tin; Ladies' Sewing Society of St.
Andrews will meet to-inoriow from 0
a. m. till fi p. in., for the purpose of
undertaking some sewing of at tides
intended for the next fair. All ladies
inlcicsled in chinch work are cotdi
ally invited to attend at the Cathe
dral school room. Tho Society will
hereafter meet weekly on Tuesdays
between the same bonis.
Tin? Union Iron Works have in oper
ation their pattern, blacksmith, and
machine shops.. By the steamer Aus
tralia iron building mateiial for the
moulding shop will ho received, also
some of the tools; and, by the baik
Andrew Welch, the moulding shop
supplies eucli as sand, etc. Thtee
llres am going in tho blacksmith
whop, and a 7fi hoiso power engine
is being put up in the machine shop,
where a smaller engine is temporaiily
Mtt. U. Mackenzie, fotiueily of
Laiipahoehoe, ami now one of Ihe
managers of the now Kahuku planta
tion on this island, has just complet
ed the election and furnishing of a
dwelling huttse on tho plantation for
his family. Mrs. Mackenzie (.form
erly Aliss Andiews) and her four
cliildien, who have been staying al
tho Arlington for sevenil weeks past,
statically to-nionow inoining, willi
several ftiends, in a wagonette for
the plantation, a distancoof If; miles.
rPHE VORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "The Dallv Hullellii." fill ei-nts
Knlik jafaiu''a. -.ies.rf , '. "4. .". ' s
DAILY BULLICTJ'W: HONOLULU, U. 1.,
rtv.t9rt.Ta5owiirtit-toA uw ot.crtww,c
KAMEIIAMEHA ROUTS HAWAII.
A li'.tihliloil (uihi: of llmtrliull. .Un
lit chum cli n Miiki-H an AiiMiitcliiiiM
The experience of the previous
week, when the baseball game was
washed out by rain, had no effect on
thu attendance last Saturday after
noon. Theie was a full gallery in
cluding all lite "veterans" and many
ladies. At the fence in front of lite
stand a crowd in close ranks wnldl
e I Ihe game, and hiiudieds in car
riages ami saddles looked over the
side lences. The match was not an
even one and thurelore not etcitlng.
Kauichatticha's siiong battery w:im
not met by any compensating
strength on the oilier side. That
chili won by l" runs to Hawaii's
Kumeliainelia went in first, Paha.u
to hat, who, with Wise, Crowell,
and Davis, hit the hall. All went
out at llrst except Wle, who was
left on third. The only incidents
worth noting were a lunihlo by cen
tre, and when he threw to econd a
fall by that man, also the good
throw by third which put out Davis.
ilsiwaus opening consiMed hi
Kosa's striking out, Thompson's lly
caught by second, and Price regis
tering three Htiil.ej.
Kaiiifliaineha's "ocond inning wit
nessed Alahuka, Lawelawe, and Ma
Icaimoku, going out at llrst through
precise lidding. For the Hawaii,
Kcohokalole, who was hit by pitch
er, stole second, and reached third
on a passed ball, came home. The
outs were Luahiwa, strikes, Self al
lir-it, and Stiiffen, strikes.
The third inning lipped the game
over, ils lesitlls alone giving Ka
tnelianielta the victory. Waliinc
maikai, Klehards, Pahaii, and Crow
ell all scored, mostly through a
comedy of errors that would be tedi
ous lo relate. Hawaii made no
thing, Hermann striking out, Hosa
making a brilliant but ineffectual
dash for second, and Thompson be
ing cut. short by a throw from third
Katnehaineha had a brief tenure
the fourth time. Makaitnokti and
Uicliards were lidded out, and Wa
hiticmaikai innocuously hit the -air
three times. Hawaii made some
fun. Alter Price fell by the pitch
er's skill, Kcohokalole, not salislicd
with a two-baser, gave the fielders a
lively chase back and tort h between
second and third, finally reaching
the latter on a wild throw from
third. There he was left, Luahiwa
being struck out and Dan put out at
In the fifth Kamehamcha rolled
up live runs, partly by heavy hitting
and the test by blundering, of op
ponents. Paliau got first by pitch
er's hit, and scored on Wise's three
base hit. Wise came home on hit
by Crowd!, whose ball was muffed
by first baseman. Davis having put
Crowell home and himself stole sec
ond, reached third on alahuka's out
at first, and home on Lawelawe's
hit to left field. The hall was fum
bled there and Lawelawe got to sec
ond, thence to third on a passed
hall, and home on Makaiuioku's out
by a throw from second to first.
Wahinemaikai ended the picnic by
striking out. Self for Hawaii start
ed on the round but was cut short at
second. Sniffen got base on balls,
but Hermann and ISosa were .struck
Kamehamcha made three runs in
the sixth, by Richards, Paliau, and
Crowell. Wise went out on the way
to third, Davis on strikes, and
Lawelawe at first. Hawaii scoted
one by Price, after Thompson was
put oiit at first, getting from second
to the plate on a three-base hit by
Kcohokalole. Luahiwa was struck
out, and Dan ended the talc with a
lly to right.
Kach side scored one in tho seventh
l'icharda for" Kamcliameha after
two men were out, by a three-base
hit and Pahau's single. lie made a
gallant slide in taking third. Wisu
made three strikes. Self on the
Hawaii gained first and second,
through :t wild throw from third and
a muff by second, respectively, and
after Sniffen and Hermann were
struck out, was brought home by
Hosa, who reached first on a muff
there, but was left at second by
Thompson being caught out at
Ivamchamelia had a brief inglori
ous career in the eighth Crowell
put out at first, Davis on strikes,
and Mahuka on a lly to left. Price
and Kcohokalole went out at first,
and Luahiwa, saved by a mtitf at
left, made the third out for Hawaii
in a desperate effort to cross tho
The ninth witnessed a not needed
addition of two runs to Kamcha
melta's already overwhelming score.
Lawelawe having worked his way to
third, came home on Wahincmaikai's
out at first, Alakaimoku having been
dropped at first between them.
IJichards got llrst on a muff by
third, second and third on passed
halls, and made a beautiful slide
home. Paliau closed the game on
that side. Hawaii failed to score,
Dan and Sniffen sinking out, and
Self being left on third when Her
mann was retired with three strikes.
The olllcial score appears below:
.NAMI'.s. T. li. 11.11. O. A. i:.
Pahau.c o :l :i Hi :i 0
WNc, c f "' 1 'J 0 n li
(row ell. r. f I :i 1 10 0
Davis, p ' I I -' 2i
Alahuka. Ut I -" " I u 'l t
Lawelawe, -Jd h,.. ' 'J 'J :' I
Mukalmokii, so... ' 0 II D (I
Wablrteuuilkal.tlilb II 0 0 2 2
Itichaids, I. I " 10 11
CI r, II '.'7 21 -'i
T. li. U.K. O. (. I.
Ioii, e f
Self. IM 1
Siilffeu. I. f
Him inaiiii. r. f
nu 1 11 ; .; o .
0 1 11 1)0 1 1 on -
1 1111 Kiiineliami'h.i
'I wo ln-e liit--Keohokalole.
Thiei-li.i.ehlt--VNe. liieltatd-, Keo
luikiilnlc. Stolen base- 1'ahau 2,Ciowcll 2. Da
ls 1, Lawelawe I, lloi 1, Price I. Keo.
linl.iilo.le I, Self I, Sniffen 1.
IltHe 011 balls Wnhlnoinalkal.
llll bv pitcher -Crowell. Paliau and
Struck out-lln:i 2. l'lhel!. luahiwa
::. Dan 1, Sniffen '.!. HcMiaun I, WNc I.
Dial-2, l.awehiwe 1. V'ahlueiii:ilVii 2.
Pa I hall Paliau I. Dan .
Time of Came -Ihr l.'iinlu.
I mpiie-.l. II. Castle.
i-cuicr- .I.W. Winter ami -"aiu l.uiils
Alts. Kebceea Hitchcock, nunc
familial l.v known as "(.'randuia
Hitchcock," (ptietly passed away lo
her "home in a better land" on
Thursday morning la-t. She had
been ailing for some time previous,
but it was not till a few days before
Iter death that her friends felt that
she was about to leave them. She
remained conscious until a few
hours before her death and did not
stiller much lowarits me last, iter
three sons were with her, as well as
many of her grand-children, that
Airs. Hitchcock was in her si'nd
year, having spent ."18 years of her
life as a missionary nu these Islands.
Her love for the Ilawaiians was
great, to the last. Thus are thu
good "old missionary fathers and
mothers" leaving us and soon real
missionary will be a thing of the past
on these Islands. Her funeral was
held on Friday last, at the llaili
Church, where a large number of
Ilawaiians and foreigners, friends,
showed their aloha for the dear de
parted one. The funeral services
were attended by her children, many
of her grandchildren and two of her
great-grandchildren, who greatly
mourn the loss of her who has left
them thus. Her remains were inter
red in Halai Hill Cemetery, in due
proximity to those of Fathers and
Mothers Lyman and Coan. fllilo
Uccord, April l.', 1890.
ODD FELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY.
The anniversary of the Indepen
dent Order of Odd Fellows will be
celebrated by the local fraternity by
a picnic at Raymond Grove on Sa
turday next, 2Cth inst. The joint
committee has made all necessary
arrangements for securing the en
joyment of members of the order
and their families and friends, to
whom the celebration will be confin
ed. Those attending will pay their
own railway fares. Tickets will be
good on all regular trains, as well as
011 the special leaving in the after
noon to return at 10 o'clock. The
committee is as follows :
Kxcelsior Lodge J. J. Greene,
II. It. Hitchcock, J. Fmmeluth, R.
X. Webster, Frank Alclntyre.
Harmony Lodge -J. A. Alagoon,
II. II. Williams, C. J. Fishel, W.
White, W. K. Herrick.
The Poyal Hawaiian Baud will
play this evening at ICmni.i Square
commencing at 7:."0 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
Ovei-tuie Alasaulello Antic r
Clioriis Taiuihitiiser Wagner
Finale KulNai lo , Dtiiiictli
Selection Krnaiii Verdi
I'uniehaiia Like no a Like. Alain 1
Selection Grand Duchess.. .Offenbach
Walt. I.lttle Annie ltouuey CiiH-y
ScliottNche Down Went AleCinty
Lancers .Mikado Sullivan
Pythian Drill Corps 1
AT nilles Armory, THIS Olond:i)
;W o'clock. lVr
riillK paitv who - mv
JL lllack anil Tan Im
"Nippur," conthied for the
ku-l two days will please
liberate him to save Dou
ble and oblige.
ftjt A COTTAOL to lei neai
WTWK V. town with -I rouuin, be
IfiSuBK sides cooking and wa-di
housi'M iitlaehiil. Addrn--. "C. II T..''
) the Hawaiian Construction Co.
J Ten Carpenters lo wink on hiilld
luys iit Maiiaua and Honolulu. Steady
woik for "ood men. Apply to
Gi:o. A. IIOWAKD,
.Villi If . Depot O. I(. L. Cu.
NATI'KAL MlueiSl Water.
Jiile only by
w. s. i.i'ci:.
Au;ent A Imporler lor Ihe Ha
waiian Mauds '-'; (
A .FUJI. !t, laHO.
nu: iMiKt'AiiAroiir soinmi..
A rather hurried visit was then
paid to the Preparatory school. The
three classes were assembled in Alis
Al. Johnston's room and weie sing
ing songs under her leador-diip. A
the pupils dNperxi'd to their sewial
rooms AIis. Lyman's department was
vNilcd. There weie, thirteen 1 it 1 It
ones with closely ei upped heads.
With wonderful sell-possession .Miss
Lyman went lliioiigh her work.
Language lessons were derived by
description of acts performed by the
teacher. A ball was placed in sev
eral situations and tlicloe ith'ii nam
ed by the use of prepositions. Con
versations between pupils took place
in which the rules of good breeding
were adhered to. Questions were
asked by thu teacher and answers
were neatly written, the answer be
ing the child's own composition.
Tlie writing was a credit to the
youth of lite writers. .Miss Lyman
is a graduate of Oahu College.
pupils were declaiming in conceit on
the icporter's entrance. Appro
priate gestures weie interspersed
in the recitations. The modulation
was careful and the enunciation dis
tinct. Kverylhing seems done with
military precision. There is an air
of quiet insistance about the teacher
which admits of nothing else. There
U an absence of all litss and strain
ing after discipline. When the
class tead, the (piclinn- ol the
teacher on the lesson were answered
in concert. Interest in the wot I;
did not seem to llag. Aliss John
ston is a graduate of ihe Slate Nor
mal School of California. In reply
to various question? Aliss Johnston
gave information of the character ol
her work. Siillico it to say that it
is in miniature an imitation of the
work done in the other school. All
instruction is oral. The rudiments
of niusiu are taught by the use of
chart and blackboard. Aliss Car
ter's room was then visited. The
teacher has only occupied bet posi
tion about a week. The pupils were
writing throughout the isit. Fre
quent change of teachets has mili
tated against the proficiency ol the
class hul Aliss Carter, judged bv her
expression of idea, seems well cal
culated to place the department on
a pi oper footing.
XJ O.O King sttect, ni-ai the Bridge.
.Ll Open day and night. Meals at .ill
hours. Orders lor California nrndure
fi 'J !Jin
Ml!. II W. (iltl-:i:X is tr.illiniutl to
collect Inr our account.
i'd7 lm -I. K.HOVVN &CO.
J)i'. M. K. UKOHSMAN,
Hcliirncd on the Australia iiad has re.
binned practice nt bin fojmet olliee. H
llnlul slii'itL -id., ll
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
P. i fie in the "Honolulu O.irimee
Mitnlllaeliiry," nt 12S Fort street, lam
prepared to combine the above Imsinc-.
under Hie old name of Honolulu Car.
rlnge Maiiutiicloiv, and hcini; :iu old
experienced carihujo builder' I solicit
thu liulroiiae ol my old li lends unit the
public in geiiernl, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with c..
perienred workmen und using only the
best material I giiarauleu gutieiiil mil in
fection. Please call anil see inobeloie
(Signed): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. Oct. liH, lHS'.l. il'.ll If
AN active American, Knglishiiian or
(iiMiiiau, ol i;eoil lm tills mid clutr
actor, who al.so speaks Hawaiian, and
can fiirni-di llr.st.class rel'i-tencc, mxy
obtain a permanent 'bitualiou us Col.
lutstor. by addicting I. O. Itox No.
HOUSE to ItlSXT.
A I.AIIOK 2 Story House,
. llrst class- in every res.
ni-ot, with nil necessarv out.
buildings, line Invn, sluuh: trees, tlower
lieds clc , very (lesiinliiv locnted within
10 minutes' walk ol the Pott Otllcc, will
be leased lnr one or ttioiu yeais, at a
tciisonubh: rental lo a select private
family. Apply nt
HAWAIIAN ItrSlXKSS AGKNCY.
FiiriiiHlicil House To Lot
AT Wnlkiki, a iwo story
IIiniMt, containing six
rooms nicely itiruialicil, with
kitchen, hinni, linlh und fcrviiul's rooinc,
Hlahle, etc , lo lot tor a lew months at a
lutiMiimblu rute. Or looms will he let
singly with iinoil table board.
HAWAIIAN IIU&IN'KSS AGENCY.
Valuable Properly For Sale
OM isiiiiaiiu Avenue, a
newly lurnhlie.l 'J.storv
lIoii-.n eoniiiinbiv; W iooin.,
Uitehcii, biilhioniu, (losuie, ctiirinifu
lioiue, Stable, lieueiy, etc. Gioiluds
contain 'J 2 10 acic', well laid mil in
lawns i-hadc and fruit tnes. Mowers,
etc. Will ho sold low, with or without
linniture, liom-s, cair In &, livestock,
tuul all the tippolulmeuts iii-eded in a
llrst-clahs icshtenec, as the owner in.
Ii-uils leaving the.-e liilamN,
HAWAIIAN UL'SLN'KSS AGENCY.
A LlItGK assortment of Phoiofjraphs
and Stereoscopli) Views of ihe
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc ,
lu thesj Mauds, for salu at icaMiuahlo
'" HAWAIIAN 1HJSINKSH AOEN0Y.
Collier Fuit and Aleiehitit htieets,
. rimrtJiinm .
:Cuitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract Fro n Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Hond. Many will'he attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with as3osts over 8 H)"t. 000,000. 00, and
will not fail upon examination to see ils intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you arc
now able lo quote tho results of twenty year Tontines) give you great '
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of year?,
be able to ihow actual results on similar Policies.
"IIKNUY 11. HYDK,
ir Send for illu-.trative pamphlets, or call in per-.nn on the under
signed. ALEX. J. CARTWR3GMT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Mauds, F.quitahlo Life Assurance Society
of llio P. S. Jan-1-00
A I.AlUJi: AKSOKTMLNT 01
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
I'limi S.".0 to i-100 Kach.
AI. A. SKI-: I) and the CAIHU'TT M!Y PLATF..-".
The YI-'Alt HOOK OK PHOTOfiUAlMlY,
HUlTISIl PHOTOl.il.'APHIC AL.MAXAC,
A.MKUICAN AXXUAL Ol' PlIOTOOItAPH Y
And l'llOTOUltAl'IIIC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER &l CO.,
KM IWItT NTItKKT. ::::::
K. It. Hr.simv, President A; .Manager,
(ionrucv liuowN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. MprecLeU Itmik. : Fort SI reef, Honolulu.
I.MPOllTKKS and DLALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilaud China, plain aad decorated; and Wedgtwocd
Piano, Library it .Stand Lamps, Ch.iudeliern A Klcctolierf,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A. complete atsoitni't of Drills & File.-",
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Ga7olle" Il-wbeelcd Uiditi' Flow .v F.iU.ilicr,
Illucbcaid Kice Plow, Plautein' Steel A; UoOfCiicckcd Hoso.
LAK1), CYLlNOICll, KUKOSUNK, LINSliF.D,
1'ainlB," Viirnishcti &, Ihttsbes, Manila A Sital I!ope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Homo, JtXoso, Hose,
IMJIiltEU, WIIIE-UOUN'D of superior ipuilily, A STKA.M,
Aj,':ito lion Waie, Silver Plated Ware, Table A l'ueket Cutloi v,
Powder, Shot A Caps, The Celeluatcd"Club" AIaehine-loadedOiuhiil;e.s,
Hail's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo A Holt Thieaditic;,
IlnilinaiiV Steel Vire Fence A Steel Wire Alato,
Win. O. FMicr's Wiouj;bt Steel linnjios
Gate Citv Stone Fillcus,
"New l'iocu-s" Twit Diilln,
nov-211-8!) Neal's Ciiriiac.e Paint.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On l-Jiiy Trnis,
rpiIB Hesiilcnt-e of I!. I.
X Lillleoii Lunalilor.treot,
roniaitiiiii; Double 1'nrlors,
L:ir,'e Dining Konm.-I lJedrooms, Dres.-.
ing ami ISathrooiiivKiichcti ami 'J I'an
Uies, Detached Servant's House, Stable,
Coach House and Chicken Yaul. The
Urouiids an: 10.1 feet fiont anil about
iKM feet deep, and are all laid out with
Palms, Poses and Choice Plants. Will
he vacant on the i)i May. The Feinery
iind Feins to be reiuoeit iiulejs anieed
A COTTAGE convenient to
btreetruis. Would like
cutlet place near Hotel. AIo.
derate rem def-ired. Adilre.U "C. ('.,"
Hii.i.KTix Olliee. Ml) tf
flO lent lor 1 month a Lnrjp.-
1. Itooui or Hall, eilher
eround Hour or upstaiic, iiiiibI
he centrally tltuated. -11)5 tf
Heal Est lit o For Salo.
rpVO Houses ami Lot on
1 Itohcllo Lime, Pahima.
i Convenient in steam ami tram
Kln streel, near Haniauku's I, me. For
particulars apply lo
JOHN' F. UOWLEIt.
OrCltii- T. Giiltek. -Pit) :im
T, US. OsiHOHNE Is now m-epared to
iiJ. t;lt' iiistriii'iluus In 1'iiiieyWork
at ''Tim ArlbiKloii," Hoom . Ola-.
Lessons: Mondays, Wedneda,Vii and
Fridays. Private lessons by special
arrangement. Stamping and orders
promptly intended to, feb'.M-ly
Verv healll v oo ,11 v ot ' riwn,,tl ""nrt "n l :""1 ToP BK
tr ntaiiio looiiinj. J.oi on, , .. . . ,,.. i.Inil. ,.., ,,,."
ihtwi - iNm
Circular to Agoutu.
John F.xa, Viec-Preideiir.
(Jhuii. Kitowv, Auditor.
Of San Frnncisco.
Practical Piauo, Pipe & Heed Organ
Timor & Repairer.
Having worked In pome of the largest
piiiiio mid org-ui factories in the Untied
Stales of America, I am fully able tuul
prepared to do all kinds ot repair woik
in tlie most satisfactory manner.
far Orders can hit left nt H. I'.
Wlchman's .lewclry Store, Foil sued,
at the Advertiser oillcc. or through
Mutual Telephone No. ;U7. .'.(Ill tin
" VOll SALIC
ITUKKWOOI) for tnle r.t Ilaw.iiitui
X. Cnmmercial SulesrooiiiH, corner ot
Uuceii und Niiunnii -l reels. -Hid li
salt roit salIcT
I HAVE received a few hundred b.ijjn
. of Salt, of the very nest ipialii'v,
e ich bat; weighing 120 pound', I will
fell at very lowest price in $1 each;
special reduction by the ton Order
fiotn other lolauds will be promptly
attended lo with paUjf.tctioii guaran
teed. Address all orders to
Ciias I. H1HAM,
filO'Jm llnbnoiiio. Honolulu, Oahu.
For Sale at Low Jtates
VTEW Phaetons and Top Ductile-,
Xl Fritzcr nad f!old Walter Carts. 1
Uiisiuess lbti;uk-, Pole and Shaft; also,
ules. all in irood condition: tuul Hoi-mm
' sultatile tor pliuit ut inn use. Applv
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STA1U.F.S.
Till lm SI. Sli-iw, Miinucr.
rpilE undersigned will sell at public
X iiuctlun nu Saturday, April ID,
IW)0, nt 'i o'clock noon, at' the Uovent
tnenl Pound', Wulinauo, Ewa, the fob
lowiim MUlni.il; 1 White Home, I
Son el 1'oiiv ami 1 Dunk-kin .Mare.
527 lw Pound .Master