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TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 18'JO.
0A1IU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
I.i'.'IVO Honolulu :w
Anlvc Mnii.iua !l:IS
Leave. Mamma tl :liil
Arrive Honolulu litis
A. M. I'. M. 1'. M.
Leave Honolulu... !):::o l'-'i'.IO H'.ou
Arrive Ma'nana.... 10:18 1:18 :1:I8
I,.j.ivi! MiiiMiiii.... 11:1)0 1:111 l:."
Anlvc Honolulu... 11:18 li.lll -I :-:5
S, Slmr Pclo ft tun llumiikiia
Schr Kiiiilnkiil from Walanne
Sclir llalcakala from Hawaii
'I'ui; Elcu from Molokal
Hliur Khiiiu for llllo:iiiil way puils nl
l! p in
Scln Miiry for llnmilcl
Slmr Llkelikc for Maul al " p m
.Simr MiUahala for Kauai " in
Stnir Walalealc for Klliiuc.i ami Ilana-
lel at t p m
Stmr iMokolll for Molokal at 5 p m
.Slmr Kllauea Hon for llaniakua at 5pm
Htnir .las Makeo for ICapau at " p m
Schr Oatei inn for Kalmkii
Am lik (JO Whltmoie, Ward, for Han
Gerbk O N Wilcox, Rach. for Han
Amlikt Moiloi' for San Frauelco
VESSELS LEAVING TG-WDIIROW.
.Slmr Kaakpfor NawlllwSli ami Ilau.i
maiilu at ." p m
Am bk Enoch Talbot, Rhoades, fur Ade
laide. Au-trall. i
Schr Kaalokai for Kauai
Torn Alil.ii for Miikcmi
For Maul and Hawaii perstnir Kluau,
April 22 For the Voleano: Mrs Owen,
Miss Stirling, Miss Beneh,Mlss Blsehlv,
O A Davis F W lllgger. Mm Davis,
Mls-s Carson, F O Jtctrcutl. FoVuny
ports: Mr Venomoto, S Kiiiuua, Miss
Daniel, Ml-s 1, Picmmer. D II Hitch
cock, A llauebcrg, Mr MeAvoy, II C
llollen, Mr llrunuer, II VUeher, M!s
Thoiupson. Miss Tale, Mrs 11 T Walker
ami 2 ehlldrun. MNs K Dunn. J It Wil
kiin mid bride, Mr Taken, 0 A Peaenck.
The schooner Halcakala brought 1200
liaj;s suar this morning from Hawaii.
.Shu will be laid up for repairs.
The bark S O Allen and the hchooner
Oljju are out in the stream.
The American barkentine Modoc sail
ed lids morning for Ksiu Franeiieo with
load coal in transit from Newcastle, X
The schooner Kaalokal brought SIS
bag.s sugar from Walanau to-day.
The steamer Tele arrived to-day from
llaniukiia with H'J8 bags sugar and 2:1!)
This liciuiun hark Geo N Wileox.C'ap
tain Y ltusuli, sailed to-day for San
Krai'.clseo with 1:5:1 toii3 Niigar valued at
SSI. 500. The shippers were: MStJiin
li.uun it Co, !!lu:i hgs sugar; II Jluuk
feld & Co, 11,427 bgs sugar.
Thu American iiark Enoch Talbot,
Captain llhoades, will sail to-morrow
lor Adelaide, AUstraliu,Jwith the 100,000
feet lumber which the bark Matilda left
The bark Allien Hesse will sail for
San Franeiseo next Thursday.
The American bark C O Whitmoro,
Captain I) II Ward, sails this afternoon
for tjan Francisco with L'lJC.!) bags su
gar, .shipped as follows.: Theo II Da
vie & Co, JSSO bags .sugar; Castle it
Cooke, 2700 bags sugar; C Brewer it
Co, 1 l,:i&! bags sugar. Totals: tonnage
1112!) tons, domestic, value SI3l,'.:iil..'i1.
man Catholic Cathedral, April 22,
bv the Itl"ht Kev. tho Ulsliop of
olha, Mish Clara ). Cuuulngliaiii of
jlouolulu, to Mr. .1. It. WiNi n of
EULOCIUM OF SISTER ROSE.
The following is clipped from nn
Siu, 1 have been requested by
Sister Hose Gertrude, who sailed on
Saturday for Molokai, to express
her humble and deep grntiuiriu for
thu many proofs of kindness receive,
lid in answer to the appeal on her
behalf. The money given amounted
to 120.. mid live cases of various
.uticles have been despatched to the
leper island. A society will shortly
be lormcd for thc, regular supply of
extra comforts which may be requir
ed, embracing also other leper com
munities conspicuous for similar
sadness and similar heroism. Sister
Uose begged of ino as a last favor to
ask that her secular name might not
bu mentioned, expressing her intense
regret that she had fallen an unwill
ing victim to a most distasteful pub
Ilelt3. (Jori grant that her example
ma' do much to shame us men out
of our selllshness, by tho sight of
what a woman Can do where she
truly loves! She left her country
absolutely alone, and without a six
pence ot her own. For many months
she supported herself by writing
fliuall books during her medical
1 raining, and for n long while failed
to lluri anyone willing to advance
her passage-money, though she was
willing to sacrifice her life. I have
never met a case which so raised
womanhood in my esteem, or one
which so revealed to me the utter
humbug of the cheap "religious
talk" which obtains in tho present
day. I am, Sir, your obedient ser
vant, lluiiii IS. Chapman,
Vicar, S. Luke's, Camberwnll.
177, Caindcn-grovc North, PecU
liain, S, E.( Jan, 20.
LOCAL & GEHEIIAL KEW3.
'I'lli'.ui: are ptiispci'ts of IkmI Mciug
nn .May 211li.
Tiiiiiii: candidates for license to
practise itt nil the cotit Is of the king
(loin me under examination.
. . . .
A itiiANTH ftom tin- Oiilm Railway
is graded (o All Id's lice mill, l'alanm,
oiosf hij; the Ewa road at the Mono
Jar. I'. Mono x will sell on Wed
nesday of iiovt week, liy older of the
executor, lioiiK'liold ed'ecls of (lie
'I'm: Government I u Kli'ii went In
Mnlokai (his foivuoou, In nsisl in
picking up lln ti'lcyrnjili cable al a
point when1 a bienk has been discovered.
Tin: bail; .Morion that urrivcJ oil'
ioit willi coal from Australia on Sun
day, sailed for Kan Francisco to-riay
without basing cntctcri or denied at
the Custom House.
Mcmdt.uh of the Milcnrio Company
will meet lo-nionow (Weilm'stlay)
evening, nl f o'clock f,harp, at the
Aiiou llnll, win-re Ihcy will tiuri con
eyauces In lake Ihi'in In Mr. Nolle''!
lcodi'iicc, Kaiiolani 1'ark.
II UN'. .1. I. Dowselt lately Imtlglll.
tho Ihrce-niasleri schooner Ko All
llou, and having thoroughly lenovat
eri tho vcssi'l lenanied her the Alika.
She will sale foi nil ICona poits at
I o'clock to-inni row, in couimaud of
dipt. John MeColgan.
Mit. ITiini evidently anticipates a
boom in (lie matrimonial tnaiket, liy
the prominence with which lie sets
forth hi.s weilriing cakes in to-riay'H
issue. leo eroain a I 2 a. gallon will,
however, attract moro lha.ii inlend
ing eoniinitter.s of matrimony.
Tin: lint weather is heie, and Jim
SsIicm'woijiI, uf the Long Branch Hatlis,
Wnikiki, is fully jirepared for it. lie
lias laid in n laio new Htock of hatli
ing Hiiits of all sizes, So that the
sniallest youngster and the biggest
giant can he accommodated. Long
llranch is tho place for a sea bath,
and all conveniences aie furnished
fom moderate fee.
This forenoon Mr. J. It. Wilson
of Ililo and Miss Clara J. Cunning
ham of Honolulu were married by
the Hishop at the I'oman Catholic
Cathedral. The' made a good look
ing couple. The bride was dressed
beautifully in cream brocaded silk.
Miss Lizzie Cunningham was brides
maid, being neatly arrayed in a
white embroidered dress. Mr. J.
Cunningham, brother of the bride,
was best man.
A reception was held after the
ceremony, at the house of Mrs. Mc
Gregor, mother of the bride, on
Hotel street. There were a great
many presents of much value dis
played. Numbers of friends called
to offer felicitations and were sump
tuously entertained by the bride's
On the eve of the wedding Mr.
W. M. Cunningham, brother of the
bride, gave a pleasant entertainment
al his house to the couple and
their friends. There were present
Miss Clara Cunningham, Miss Liz
zie Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs.
McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Suther
land, Miss Crinuic Conley, Mr. and
Mrs. Livingstone, Messrs. Sander
son and Sandburn ; Mr. Hardy, Mr.
L. Turner, and Mr. .7. II. Wilson of
Ililo; Mrs. V. J.Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. Sinclair of Kauai, Messrs. J.
Cunningham, J. T. Cunningham,
lJitncrl). W. Hoach, and G. J,.
Mansion. The evening passed
merrily with dancing, singing, and
Tho happy couple left by the
steamer Kinau this afternoon for
Ililo, where the bridegroom is a
member of the linn of Wilson I5ro3.,
proprietors of the Volcano Stables.
THE I. 0. 0. F. PICNIC.
The Odd Fellows Anniversary
Picnic next Saturday promises to be
nn enjoyable affair for young and
old. The committee of arrange
ments have prepared a list of sports
usual to such gatherings and intend
to offer prizes for those proving most
proficient in the various games.
The commodious pavilion com
pleted by the railway company in
sures opportunity for those who de
sire it to dance to their hearts' con
tent, while a game of base ball
between a team each of boys and
girls promises to be as interesting as
some of the league games.
The special train in Hie evening
gives those who are obliged to be in
town during tho day the means for
u few hours' pleasure and returns to
the city at a seasonable hour.
In the ejectment case of ICcomaka
vs. Lohclani, yesterday, the verdict
was for plaintiff with &' damages.
Before Mr. Justice llickcrton and
a Hawaiian jury, this morning, was
being heard Nawai and others against
Ahiena, ejectment. Kosa for plain
tiffs; Kane for defendants. Not
concluded when Com I adjourned for
In the bankruptcy case of Chung
Kan, of Honolulu, Mr. Justice
McCully to-day ordered that he be
discharged from his debts.
170H a Square Meal go to
liiopolltau Itcbtauraut, .li
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
J. "Thu D.illy Uullftln." 00 ct-iiii
DALLY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.,
HEW SAILOR'S HOIiIK,
Tho LadicH Enlislod in thu
TIISY WILL lURNISH THE HOUSE.
In ii'spoiisi! to the (all. foily or
fifty ladies met In the Y. M. C. A. par
lors this foienoon, to coiisiler me
thods of aiding Hie project of a new
Sailor's Home. Among others pre
sent were Mis. (Kev.) II. P.ingham,
.Airs, (lfev.) Alex. Mackintosh, Mrs.
J)r. ('. M. Hyde, Mrs. J. II. Worii
house, Mrs. .1. do Souza Canavarro,
null many other representative la
dies, some of whom appear in the
following report of proceedings.
Mr. Frank W. Damon was invited
to address the meeting. He said
the subject of nSailoi' Home was
to himself and Ins family one of
particular inlet est. His late father
(Kev. Dr. S. C. Damon) had put his
life blood into the first one, as it was
at the building of it he had his first
stroke of paralysis. The, Home
made an impress on the lives of
hundreds if not thousands of sailors.
Interesting incidents of the benefits
the institution was to sailors could
be found in the old files of The
Friend. The ladies had a signal
part in the old Dome, pioinoling its
funds by fairs and otherwise. Some
of them piocurori aid from New
Bedford and elsewhere. Among
other ladies who were especially
identified with the work were Mrs.
Oat, Mrs. Duiifcconibe, mid Mrs.
Thrum, whose motherly influence
went into the lives of hundreds of
inferring to the projected Home,
Mr. Damon said the hind was in
creasing. Fifteen thousand dollars
hail already been raised, but that
amount would only erect a modest
building. The lot given by the Gov
ernment a't the foot of Alakea street
was not at present a very inviting
one, but it would undoubtedly im
prove in the future. It was likely,
with the establishment of the new
market and new docks in that quar
ter, to be a center of seamen's life,
so that perhaps the tendency of
sailors will lit there instead of Nun-
ami street. To some it appears that
the life of the town is where the old
Homo was, but longer sight seems
to be that it will be where the new one
is proposed. The gentlemen inter
ested in it would like to secure a
fund of SkS.OOOorSao.OOO.
That is for the building. Then
came the question of furnishing,
and in this the ladies should be par
ticularly intciestcd. Funds have to
be procured first, and that meeting
might consider the best means for
raising money to furnish the Home.
A gentleman from San Franoisco,
where there is a good Sailor's
Home, told him that the ladies there
furnished different rooms, and the
name of the lady furnishing a room
was placed over the door. The
speaker suggested that some definite
object of working should be adopt
ed, such as a bazar, a fair, or
something of the kind.
It was intended to make the Home
as attractive and homelike as it
could be. He had always felt as if
the V. M. C. A. needed to still
further add to its work a lodging
house where sailors and others could
have a home. An instance of the
need of such work was given from
the speaker's recent experience.
The Association had nothing ot this
kind, however, so that there was all
the more urgency for the establish
ment of a Sailor's Home.
As to a plan of operations for the
ladies, Mr. Damon suggested a fair
to be nautical in its decorations and
arrangements. Get somo building
like the Opera House and turn it
into a kind of Great Kastcrn. Have
the booths for different departments
take the form of a lifeboat, ward
room, etc. The transformation of
some of our young ladies in nautical
costumes would be an attraction.
This was not a sectional or a de
nominational cause; it w:i3 one of
general, of cosmopolitan concern;
therefore all who felt any interest
should have the opportunity of talc
ing part in it. The trouble in such
enterprises here had been that the
burdens wore put on a few cultivated
people while the rest had nothing
to do. The suggestion of a nautical
fair being a new idea he thought it
could be made very interesting, an:l
be continued for several days with
success, producing results that
would help to malic the Sailor's
Homo an ornament to the town.
They ought to have it between late
summer and the Christmas season.
At the conclusion of Mr. Damon's
address tho meeting organized by
Hie election of Mrs. W. F. Allen as
president, and Mrs. W. W. Hall,
The president lost no lime in
bringing the meeting to a business
understanding. She submitted the
question of whether or not they
should hold a bazar on the lines
suggested by Mr. Damon. It was
decided in the afllrmativc.
A conversational discussion on
sued as to the place for the fair,
different buildings having their
merits discussed. One suggestion
that met with much favor was that
the projected new market, if it be
erected in time, might be available
and possess attractions in itself.
Mrs. Bingham moved and it was
carried, that a committee of three
be appointed to take time and place
into consideration. The president
appointed Mrs. Canavarro, Mrs. W.
W. Hall, and Mrs. Mary Dowsett,
A committee on the fancy table
was appointed by the chair, consist
iilg of Mis. Dowsett, Mix. Cana
varro, Mrs. Win. Foster, Mr. Hyde,
Mrs. Woileliousc, Mrs. S. C. Allen,
Mrs. J. II. Soper, Mrs II. W.
Schmidt, mid Miss Stevens.
The follo.vlng committee on dec
orations was appointed by nomina
tion of tho meeting: Mr. If. Low
ers, Mr. F. W. Damon, He v. II. II.
Gowcn, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Severn
mice, Mrs. ltoarrimuu, mid Mr". Dr.
Mrs. Monsarral had in the mean
time suggested, as a supplementary
means of raising funds, n picnic at
the park or some public cquare.
Although some feared that this
might interfere with the Imger de
sign, yet, when put in the form of
a motion, it carried.
The president called for volun
teers to assume the management, as
a lest of the feasibility of the pic
nic. With the help of Invitation by
the chair, the following ladies con
sented to act: Mrs." Dillingham,
Mrs. Capt. Fuller, Mrs. Mackin
tosh, and Mrs. K. C. Damon.
Thomas Square was selicted on mo
tion as the place for the picnic, but
on reconsideration this was left to
the committee. Thu committee
after retiring for consultation re
ported in favor of holding the pic
nic in July at Queen P.mina Hall.
This was adopted.
In the discussion of the bazar
the secretary recalled the "appall
ing" fact that the band was going
to leave the kingdom on a vacation
tour about the time desired for the
It was resolved that the secretary
transmit a resume of the proceed
ings of this meeting to the Trustees
of the Sailor's Home Society. The
meeting then adjourned subject to
fie call of the chair.
EVENTS THIS LVEUINC.
Court Lunalilo, No. 0(500 A.
15, Honolulu Hilles,
Sale gunsmith supplies, etc
.). b. .Morgan, 10 a. in.
Bijou Comedy Company, in Davy
Crockett, Opera House, '2 :.'!() p. in.
L. .1. 1.i:T.v.
CONTINUED SUCCKS5 OF
Comedy fi Dramatic Co.
Thursday Evening, April 24,
Will hi! presented Ihe grand old Iilsh
hi! presented Ihe
Drama in :l Acts,
SII1NGAWN, The Outlaw of '98
VgTVor the convenience of ladies and
children, a (iKAND MATINKE will be
Riven oil WEDNESDAY AFTER
NOON, when will be presented.
Door.s open ut :
, pciformancent J:30.
C5F"Seats can be secured in advance
for any night during 'the sison at the
olllce of L. .1. Lovev. .1:1." .'!t
rpiIEpaitv who ha my
X Illack'aml Tan Doj?
"Nipper," coullucd for the
last two days will please
liberate him to .save tum
ble and oblige.
r,:;nt It. CAYFOItD.
COTTAfiE to let near
town with A looms, be-
Mdcs cooking and wash
houses attached. Address (j. H. T.,''
earc ItiM.i.irri.v. . Ml lw
BY the Hawaiian Construction Co.
Ten Carpenters to work on build
ings at Mamma mid Honolulu. Steady
woik for good men. Applv to
GKO. A. HOWAitD,
nail If Depot O. It. & L. Co.
"VTO. 0 Kin? strict, near the Bridge
.Li open any
and night. Mints nl all
for California produce
E. T. OILZY,
0 'J 2m
Government Coupons Lost !
March 'Jilul, Coupons $:I0, Bond No. 'JL'I
Honolulu, March 'ifi. 1S'.)0. jdljf
rpO LET for the Ilth
X. of June Knees: 1
Orav Coll, !l years old,
ny liov. blmiloril, Hum
Idle (lir), mid the dray
Filly, U years old, by Oov Stiuifoul, iluni
Fidamiinn. Healed hhU for both hor?c.s
will be received anytime during the next
two weekf. Apply to
1 8. Either of these rolls will hnld
a mmtgapc on any nice for Hawaiian
broils in which they may start. Both in
line oulcr. 531 Sw
APRIL f'2, 18JI0.
THE BIJOU SEASON.
'I'lii- v iiiiniiiull.i f'iiillnli'il.
"Hast Lynno; or, The Klope
ment," was Imautifully played to a
three-quarter house last night. The
Illjou Comedy ami Dramatic Com
pany, coming here under the dis
advantage of imported piejudicc,
pleased an ovcrllowitig house with a
not exciting play the Hist appeal
aitee. Il has improved with each
succeeding peifnnnaiice, Hie latest
being a decided triumph. The fol
lowing was the cast of characters:
Madame Vine i
Mis. .i 7c I.ill"ll!llll
Itaihara llaic Mi's I.llll,. Atwood
MNsCornie MRs liiioiuc Kbcilc
Aichlb.ild Cai'ljIc.Mr. Frank Cleave
.Sir Francis Lcvlson.Mr. Waller Adrian
Itlchard-IIare Mr. Will I.. Itobcii.s
l.oid Mount s.'cvcicn..Mr. F. .1. Atwood
Dl I Mr. Iloiace Kuliiu
Little Willie Lillle May
Miss Lingham fairly starred it all
tlnough. In the scene of "repent
ance" and in the. role of Madame
Vine she was o elfcctive as to be
called before the cm tain. Miss At
wood was very charming in every
situation, her manner natural and
elocution unaffected. Mhs Kberlc
was most successful in the "quintes
sence of linii'juice" part, furnishing
the major part of the comic busi
ness. Mr. Walter Adiian lilted himself
to his character with an easy
abandon, showing high nit in Hie
concealment of art. Mr. Horace
Kwing as the festive old rooster Dill
was always amusing. The much
injured husband as pcr.sonilled by
Mr. Frank Cleaves seemed a trille
factitious in his more crushing situa
tions, but otherwise the character
was excellently interpreted through
out. The remainder of the company
gave suppott more or less elllcient,
the piece being on Hie whole pre
sented with symmetrical excellence.
To-morrow afternoon nt 2:.'I0
o'clock a matinee will be given, with
the last performance of "Davy
Crockett." Thursday night the
company will appear in "Shingawn;
or, The Outlaw of ".IS," a popular
Unsurpassed! Most Delicious!
Aud Finoly Flavored
Orntimt'iitod in Kvtrr Kl.vle.
Cheaper than at anv other place In the
ICU'II and Tl'KK
ICE CREAM 1
At Vi Uollniftn Gallon.
Made from ihe Woodlawn Celebrated
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Far
tory x naivcrv.
At Kahlkbml. Maui, there will he sold
at Public Auction,
On TUESDAY, Muy SOth,
COWS, HEIFERS and CALYES
tSTThe Cattlo can he seen at the Pen
of Kahikiuui aurtime before the sale.
MM w J.C. FLORES&CO.
MnklM, a Peacock.
will be paid' to anv
lui'iihi" said bird to
.VUlw It. LISHMAX
rpiIE above reward will be paid io
JL any parly giving eidi'iice which
will lead to the convict ion of the person
who tlnew a stone or stones at one of
Hie black swans, belonging to the Ka
plolanl Park Ab-ociaiiou, on Sunday,
the 'JOili Instant.
."ill Iw Secretary K. 1 A.
ct for our account.
.I.E. BltOWN &CO.
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Pane ill the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," nl 128 Foil stuct, linn
prepared to eontiiiiiu the above huiliic$r
uniler tin.' old nntne of Honolulu Car.
Huge Manufactory, and being nn old
experienced carriage builder I tollcit
the nutroiuiKu of my old friends mill the
public in genet id, and with my thorough
knowh'dfie of the business and with ox.
lii'ricnced workmen and using only the
best material I guaranicii genera! sails,
taction. Please call and mc. me hefoiu
(Signed): GIDEON WEST.
I lonohiiii. Oct. m. iamt. :ii)i if
L -l columns', purely local matter-.
Mailed to foielgn countries. f!i pur
n'mwiijpi kwi wi pi i awtmw fwcuw mi piOTw,wuraiTYitfrwwwrpPMl-.l'i' "'"W
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract Prom Annual Circular to Agonta.
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Bond. Many wilTbe attracted by the fact that you sire Belling .the
bomU of a life insurance society witlt assests over SI 0", 000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see it- intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine l'olicies will, (as you are
now able to quote the icstilts 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 roulls on similar l'olicies.
'HKXRY 1!. 1IVDK,
Hr Send for illustrative pamphlet''.,
ALEX. J, CARTWRSGHT,
(.ienentl Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Snciet
of Hie U. S. Jan-l-'.m
A LA1KSK ASisOKTMKNT OF-
From .S..10 to
KODAK CAMERAS !
A. SEED and the CAKBl'TT DHY PLATE?,
Tin- YEAR BOOK" OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
HOLLBSTER & CO.,
KM) FOUT NTItHKT. ::::::
R. R. Hl'.NiKV, President V .Manager,
uoni'ituv Bkown, Seeretarv A Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opp. Npreclicl.M' Batik, : frvt Struct, Slonolulii.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilarid Chinn, plain aud decorated; ami Wedgcwocd
Piano, LiVir.ity it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers A: Electoliers,
Lamp Fixluics of all kinds, A complete usMirlm't of Drills it Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazelle" H-wheeled Uidinj? Plow it E1p1.1li7.cr,
Bluebeard Rice Plow, Planters' Stool & Goo-eneckod Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
l'.iintx, Varnishes it Biushes, Manila A. Sinai Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS, .
JL-Iowc, JL-Io.-jo, Hose.
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, .t STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A- Caps, Tho Cclebiuted "Club" Machine-loaded Curliiilgi',
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Bolt Threading,
ILitlmair.s Steel Wire Fence it Steel Wire Mute,
Win. G. Fii-her's Wrought Kteel Ranges
Gale Citv Stone Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drillf,
wov-2'.)-S9 Neals, Uiiriiago Paint.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On J2uMy 'IVrniN.
rpilK Residence of It. I.
X Mlllcnn Lumililo street.
containing Double l'arlot,
Large Dining Rooiii,-l Bedrooms, Dresf.
ing and Bathrooms, Kitchen anil t! Pan.
tries, Detached Servant's House, Stable,
Conch House and Chicken Yaul. The
Grounds are 105 feet front and about
!125 feet deep, and are all laid out with
Palms, Roses and Choice Plants. Will
be vacant on ihe llth May. The Fernery
aud Ferns to he removed unless agreed
on. W7 if
COTTAGE convenient to
street cars. Would like
unlet nlncu neur Hotel. Mo-
deralu lent desired. Address "O. C,"
Bui.i.KTi.'i Office. Mi) tf
rpo lent for 1 month a Large
X Room or Hull, either
JEE3M X Room
UMMi ground lino
be t'cntuiliy bituated.
ground Moor or upstairi, must
Real Estato For Sale.
rpVO Houses and Lots on
Jl Robi'llo Lm Patiituti.
Convenient to Meant and trum
cars. Very lieaitny meant v. l.oi on
King street, neir Hr.niaiikn'h Line. For
particulars apply to
JOHN F. BOWLER.
OrCh.is T. Gulick. HiiKhn
ItS. OSBORNE is now piepared to
live instructions In laneyWork
at "The Aillngton," Room . Class
Lchsoiis: Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fildays. Private les'ons by special
arrangement. Stamping and orders
promptly attended to. felr.'t-ly
or call in person on the Ubder-
Jons Eka, Vice-President.
Ckoii. Bisow.v, Auditor.
Of Snn FrancUco.
Prattical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Kopnircr.
Having winked in some of the largest
piano mid organ factories In the United
rilntes of America. I am fully able and
prepaid! to do all Kinds of repair work
in the most satisfactory manner.
tnif Orderd can he left at II. F.
Wicliman'a Jewelry Store, Foil sheet,
at tho Advertiser olUco, or through
Mutual Telephone No. WIT. M)(i lm
17UREWOOD for mlc At Hawaiian
Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Queen and Nuiinnu st reels. .t.H tf
SALT VOll SALE.
HAVE received a few bundled hags
of Salt, of the very best oualltv.
each hag weighing l'-'U pound'', I will
sell at very lowest price at $1 each;
special reduction by the ton. Orders
from other Isltmla will be promptly
attended to with satisfaction gicuan.
teed. Address all ordets to
On ax I.HIRAM,
GHI2iii Haitnolpo, Honolulu, Oaliu.
For Sale at Low Rates
"IVTEW Phaetons nud Ton BuiikIi"
zer and Cold
Xl Frazer and Cold Walter Cart, t
BusIihsi Bnrrcie, Pole und Shaft: also.
Second-hand Hacks, Open and Ton Bug.
gleg, nil in good condition; ami Horses
suitable for plantation ice. Apply
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES.
Till 1 in tl I. Slmw, Mnuiger.
POUND NOTICE. T
riMIE undersigned will sell at public
X aiictlou on Saturday, April W,
Ib'JO, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Govern,
ment Pound, Walmnuo, Ewa. the fo.
lowing animals: ' 1 White lloise, I
Sorrel Pony and 1 Buckskin Mare.
.1 i.-inriiA nn
I M7 lw Pound Master
A -1 I
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