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Mtiiiiiuni.i ill the Y. 31 '. ,1 Opera
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
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Scaled lenders will be icceiud at
tlii-i office until WEDNESDAY, May
Mlh, at 12 o'clock noon, fui the de
livery on the beach nl Kalaupapa or
Kalawao, or nt the Leper Settlement,
Molokal, in pood order and i ndition,
mi average of ninety (HO) head of fut
beef cattle per inoiilli for the use of
the Hoard of Health, for six (0)
months from the awarding of the
The lender should he for the pi ice
'pur pound dieted. The hides and
tallow to he the piopcit) nl' the
The lloaid of Health does not hind
ithelf to accept the lowest or any hid.
(iKO. ('. POTTER,
."ill" Ilt-lIiS :'.t Secretary.
U' 1 1 J3
Pledged to uctthrr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benetit of all.
SA'ITRDAY, APRIL 20, 1390.
Some weeks ago you pubiMied a
coricspondenee from inu, in which
I coinmcuted upon the illegality of
the appointment of aliens to Ciovern
inent positions. Aly lcmark's have
caused two answers to appear in the
Ciazette. The childish chullition
over the ."-stars mark 1 should not
have noticed, if the person will
ing had not quoted a part of my
correspondence n a specimen nt
my style. If he had given the quo
tation as a specimen of had proof
reading, he would have been col
lect, but the using of a conspicuous
printer's error to cite an article is
simply dishonest. If the writer is
so ignorant that he could not see the
typographical error, he had better
drop writing and get hold of a white
wash brush, the use of which conies
more natural to him. This corres
pondent, as also one stalling himself
Ka-ha-ha, has a great deal to say
about the size of the salaries and the
qualifications of the aliens appoint
ed. No questions in these regaids
have been raised. If the two cor
respondents have anything to say
on the point 1 commented upon,
they had better lake the compiled
laws and carefully read -UM page
IOC. If they after doing so still find
the appointment of aliens legal, 1
shall ue my "intluence" to gel
Ihem a seat on the Supreme bench,
to give them a change to interpiet
Maui, April 21, 1MIU.
RECEIVING STATION ACAIH.
No longer ago than last Sunday,
between the hours of one and half
past two p. m.. I passed the Receiv
ing Station at Kalihi and was an
eye-witness to the following inci
dents: Two native men were silting
on a grass plot in fiout of said
Mation, while about eight friends of
inmates were seated or standing at
the gate; those standing were either
holding to the battens or had ex
tended their hand through the spaces
and were elatping hands with, or
otherwise fondling, four inmates
who were on the other side; "the
only bar to free intercourse being
the' battens of the gate." At another
gate I saw the keeper of the station,
while just outside this gate was a
woman from a neighboring house. J
spoke to all, making inquiries that,
if interviewed, they could remember
and thus verify what I have written.
What signifies the placing ol
double gates and oilier precautions
if they ate not used? As to A 1 C
l)'s strictures on my communica
tion, I can only reply in substance
as follows: l' am not writing at
landom, but from knowledge based
on frequent visits to the station in a
business way. I imagine myself as
humanely inclined as most people,
but I believe that when a person is
placed in the station it is for cause,
and willi the puiposc of at least
temporary segregation of inmates.
The Hoard evinces its intention as
such by providing double gates, etc.,
in spite of whiah, I aver, owing to
iclaxed vigilance on the pari of
tlio-jo in charge, the object of llio
If the public is interested in the
mutter of telephone facilities Inside
the station, surely it is equally inter
ested in seeing tliat all outside have
free access to such means for com
munication with inmates j hence, my
suggestion of a telephone at the
Dispensary for the use of those loo
jioor to hire one of their own.
A summary of the reports pre
sented at thuanuivcrsary of the Y.
M. C. Association appears below.
Mr. Peek for the devotional com-
mittcc leportcd two business meet-
ings held in the past year. Ihey
I weie not able to carry out all the
i plans laid out for them by the Asso
ciation, yet they had sonic earnest
woikers who effected something.
Seven of the younger members had
conducted the Sunday evening meet
ings, at which a majority of Hie par
ticipants were young men. Their
object in selecting the younger mem
bers was to train them as workers.
Tho largeU attendance at these
meetings was 751, the lowest 20,
and average LI.
Mr. Southwick for the temperance
committee said theie had been many
discouragements to their work.
Within the year there had been it"
meetings of the Blue ltibhon
League. That organization was the
only one in Ids belief that could
successfully perform tempeianee
ltev. C. M. Hyde, D. I)., for the
committee having oversight of the
Hawaiian Hranch, reported weekly
meetings on Friday at Queen Kmnia
Hall. It seemed that the work
among Hawaiian" of their lJlue Rib
bon League was on the decline.
Although the evils of intemperance
were appalling yet they were not so
prominent as to attiact the attention
jeqttiml t succcssiuuy comnai
them, l'rof. Merger had kindly en
gaged to piovidea seiies of concert
at (juecn Emma Hall, scveial of
which had already been given. Dr.
Hyde spoke la vcrably of the woik
done by Miss Amy Mossinan in the
evening school for Portuguese. He
advocated that the coining Legisla
ture be urged lo open free evening
schools for all nationalities at Queen
Kniuia Hall. The charitable woik
among Hawaiian conducted by
Misses (I'reen and .ludd, with head
quarters in the upper part of the
hall, was highly commended. There
is a -ewing class there lor Hawaiian
girls, and on Thursday afternoons
hoy and girls meet for cxeicise in
singing i cligious hymns. The pre
mises had been put to good use.
The Trcasurci, Mr. Southwick,
reported that, in addition to the
balance of .'5.07 in hand, the Asso
ciation had available SKIO from the
Government, a- damages for the
widening of Alakeii stieet.
Clcncial Secretary Fullci leportcd
the work as advanced on the whole,
but he hoped for more marked pro
gress on every line in the future.
The temperance cause had gone
backwaid and social drinking was
on the increase. The visitation com
mittee Mad been regular in visiting
the piison, and religious services
had been held there at intervals.
Young men had been visited at their
homes, but the shipping had not
been attended to as well as in
former years. There had been SI lfi
papers, 117 magazines, and other
literaluie distributed on vessels,
especially whalers. Noble, woik
had been done by the employment
committee, whose chiet difficulty
was in determining the worthiness
or otlieiwise of applicants. Yet an
uitusually large number of upright
young men had sought and found
employment. Three Iree lectures
weie ghen in the year, besides
several informal talks to young men
in the parlors. Fifty-three papers
arc taken in the reading room, some
of them provided by members. The
general secretary referred to the in
troduction of the electric light as
the prime improvement made in the
building, which was accomplished
without involving the association in
debt, as the expense was borne by
the voluntary contributions of a few
meinbeis. Ten monthly meetings
were held. Tliiity-five new members
were admitted, and there aie 1:10
active members on the roll.
l! order nf (H n. l.l ('As. L-Q., Ail
nilli'titintor of the INtnle of Muignivt
Ki'fgiiii. deceased. 1 will ell at Public
AiuiliHi. at my frale-uooui, iucou SI .
On MONDAY, April a.Hlli,
AT HI (I'l'MKIl MIOV,
That Certain Parcel of Land,
Situated on Xunanii avenue and adjoin
ing the Eagle Ilou-e piopeity. Thele
On the Lot. containing 0 ltooui, also.
Out-hoii!es, Stables, Etc.
1ST The picinUe have a frontage of
IS feet on Nimiiuu Miect. and aie 14( feet
deep. This 1 a desirable nppoitmiity
to obtain h good re-ldcnce.
ft i8,( If
OXT1 IYXT2W ITODRK:
UnaurpacBsdl MoBt Dolicioua!
And Finely Flavored
Oi'iiniiiciitt-i! In i:erv Stj Ic.
Having a icputntlnn of 27 years
Honolulu and being his own woik
man, Mr. Horn cm Mill
Cheaper than at anv other plnee In the
In issuing n new form of instil ance which provides, ill the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the itiMiicdjburvlvo a given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with interest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the Icunl holder
may, WlTHOn'MKDlCAL EXAMINATION and WITlIOrT FURTHER PAYMENT OF 1'UKMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof the nniounl of policy and prollt in FULLY 1'AII) UP Insurance, paiticipating annually in dividends.
Heinember, this contract Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Stated, and Ihe Lar
gest Financial Imditution In the YVoild, jis assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Sis Millions of Dollars!.
For full partluular? cull on or nddrrss
General Agent for the Hnwaiian Island.
JAS. F. MOISCIAN,
On 3IOXUAY, April SSlli,
,T l O'CLOCK NOOX.
Al IliV Nlli'-McMltll, IJIIPCII s.(-l. I Will
-ell at I'nblle AllClinu,
1-TIionc Valuable Pieml-e sltuatcil
mi tin1 ciniK-r nl Nuuanii -Meet and
Kukul I. inc. mill l.nnwii n the
" Keegan Property."
'I'lii' l.nt has a frontage nf about 111 ft el
mi Nuiiaim stieet and U I;'. I li ci ileop.
Theio 1- a
Si-Sftory Wooden Building,
On the piviiiIncs which can be ued in
ii -tori' mill a lodging lioti-e. Theici-al-n
a I'-Iinoin Cottage on iiitne Int.
2 The l'icmi-c- adjolidim Lot No. 1.
anil !iahign froiitiige nf IS." feet on
Nillianu -tieit mid a ilepih nt l.'i:',
It'll . with :i
4-Room Cottsgc & Out-kouse.3
86yTlil- -ale nffei an iiiiiimiiiI iiipnr
tiinlly to lnve-t in goad jinying pro
pcilj', shunted on the innili -licet of
men ami ri'iu:
ICE CREAM 1
Al vi lnllni'M n Unlton.
Made fimn the Wnotllnwn Cclehratt'd
I'lnprietor I'louecr Steam Candy I'nc
tor ,1 ltal.ui.v. .":i"' lia
CHOICE" BEBF GATTLfi !
At KnhlUnul. Maul, lln-ve will be 'old
at I'ubllo Aiietioti,
On Tl'KSHAY, 3Iy 30th,
COWS, HEIFERS ami CALVES
KERY and COFF
ATAVAYS ON HANI) AND TO ORDER
Fresh Cokes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
Ryn lli cut,
Meflinm aid Saloon Bread, Mies, Ciier Um Gotlo Calces, Etc., Etc.
gS And will be DKLIVKKED FREE of-OIIARGE lo any pail of the city.
UtL.IL. of FARK:
foll'ii', Tea, Chocolate it
I'ni further p:irileulur-apily in
,IAS. T. MOltOAN,
.-i2:i D'.o.id ' Ainlloneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
I'.v order of CKC1L JIROWN. KsQ.,
i:ccutnr of the K-talc nf 1'hlllp Milton.
ili'Ci'ii-cd, I will -ell at Public Auction,
at the late Milton Residence, King st.,
On WEDNESDAY, April 30,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. M..
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
I I M 1 1 I I I 1 1 II
L illlilUll YJU 1
Kanej Chalis. Chandelieis.
I.mg'e Tin big Mi'i'nr it .shelf,
Marble-top CENTER TABLE,
lllack Walnut lledromn Set.
Largo it Small Itiiu-, Toilet Set-,
rP'riie CattU- can be seen al the Pen
of Kiihlkluiil aiivtlmc before the sale,
.vu iw J. C. FLO RES CO.
TAI WO CHAN,
Matiiilartiiicr of lullei'
French Kid & Calf Skin Shoes
I'eicm'it or Si'ucil : ulim, Hiulilles.
aSNiiunnii St., : : : P.O. Hex 20 1.
Sopr If acliery For Sale
1 Putnam Engine l.'.s'.hi,
1 Three Holler Mill.
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
With 10 Inch licit A Fitting-,,
I l'JxlilxlKls Coinlilned at'inim
1 P.'nI'JnTnIS Combined Viieimiu
t All in good order and condition,
and icady lor delivery at the end of the
present giimllug -easnn. May he In
spected at llamal.ua Mill, P.iaullo, Ha
waii. Apply to
."in; mi Then. H Dwias & Co.
Hoiwd Pig's Feet, Cold Ham,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA
Spired Tongue, Spiced Ilei-f, Salads,
A I.AKOK ASEORTMKNr OK
Pipe. & CI?Jirttc Tobacco, Pipes, Oignv & Cigarette Holders. Cold Drinks,
Saturday night, open all night. Hell
gW Open fiom 3:110 a.
Mutual Telephone 241. Pos-t
M. until 0:110 p.
Oilicc Rox 17S.
B. W. Wardrobes,
Hair .piing Mattias-c-,
Pine Koa Waidiohe,
B, W. Extension Dining Table,
Mil-: above rrwnid will be ialil to
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAKILLA & IRON WATER,
mm Mb, Hod Ms, GrenaQine, Raspljerryafle, Saraprilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
ttr All coinmuiitcutions anil orrters should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
iinv narlv irlvlnir ovlUence wnien
will lead to the cnnvletion of the person
u ho threw a ' one or stones at one nf
the black swan-. IicIoiikIuh; t" the Ka
piolaul Pari; A-nelatlnn, on siunday,
the 'JOih lusi.uit.
V. M. CIFFAIU),
.VII lw Secii'tary K. P. A.
Silver Ware, Crnekeiy.
JbuiL'e i: Uien-ll-, Ktc.
1 Express Wagon
1 Open Jlujry.
1 New llial.e,
I.. .1. l,h'i:.
Masai. i. it.
i ONTIXCKI) Sl'CCKSS OF
JAS. 1 MORGAN,
IIHKWOOH lor sale nt I'nwnli'iu
. Commciclal Salefcn oui", corner nt
Queen and Nutimiu t-ttee h. ''S i
SALT FOR B ALU.
i.KJ it. mm '
Gate City Stone Filler !
FERNS & PLANTS.
Cody Draniiitic. to.
The new National University at
Chicago, which provides courses
(if study and examinations for non
resident students, offers three cash
pii.es of Jlfty dollars each for essays
on "Ilbw to'linprove Our Common
Schools," "How to keep Young Men
on the Farms," and "How to I':o
mote the Study of the Hlhle."
Saturday Evening, April 26,
fuilcr the Direction nf Horace Kwhifi
In the (iie.it Comedy of
Widow Bedol t"
111 Tluee Act-.
tS9'Sca'l can lie -rctiml In ndvaiiee
foraiii nljiht during Ihe -eason at the
iilllcc of I. .1. I.evey. C.M8 1
On THURSDAY, Jltiy 1st,
AT 10 O'CI.OL'K A. 31..
t the le-hlenec ol It. 1. f.II.l.li:, Ksii .
I.uualllo -tieel, 1 will -.oil .it
DlkilM Bull Loim,
Combination Secretary & Bed,
1HAYK rcruviil a few huniliid lni;f
of full, of ihe very best (pudiiy.
eiich hag wi-i(-liiiig 12(1 pound", I will
Hell at very Inwunl price at l enehj
ppeciid it'duciinii by the win OnU-r
fiom oilier 1-londs will be promptly
attended to with satisfaction uii-irtin
teed. Adilre3- all ordeis to
CiiAs I. H1HM,
filfiam llniiiinlno. Honobiln O !ci.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On JSiiwy Ti'i'iiiH.
II B Ifcshlciice of It. I.
I.illioon I. iiindilo street,
tainiiir llouhle PiiOors,
Large Dining ltooni.'t Hedioonis, Dres.
lug and liatlirnoias, Kilchen and a Pan.
tilcn, Detiiffhcd ScrvantV House, Stable,
Coach House and Chicken Vnid. The
(Iroiiuds are 100 leot fiont and ithoiit
rt'.Ti fruliU'cp, in d die all laid out Willi
Palms", Hoses mid Choice Plants. Will
he vacant on die tllh May. TI.e Fernety
and Ferns to he removed unless agreed
B. I. EHLEBS & CO.
t FOKT STREET.
HAVK JUST ICECCIVr.U A VKItY I.AIIOK ASSORTMENT 01'
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Oont.'o liiriiiliiiig- 5rool, &ro., Scc9
All will be sold at Keiibonable Pikes.
tL0 Our Drcn.sniiiking Dopartmont ipider tho inanageiMent of MISS
OLAItlv will be re-opeued about May 12th.
PacifiG Hardware Co., L'd,
Thc-e Filters arc easily clean-ed,
and NKVKIt hoeonie CuAC'KKI) or
CltAZKD by clianp' of toiiinciatiiie of
The Filtering Meilitun i-i a XATlTIt AL
STONE, mined from thecal lli It is
unlike anv other stone.
APAHTIV Furnished ;'.
Itoom Cottage wilh
gulden. Apply at ''No. In"
Nuuanii aieniie, above l.st bridge,''
FO! SALE CHEAT
HOUSE, Harm ,V
Ilrake. all In
l h. iMPIEItHEr
AT Maklkl, a Peacock,
will hu paid to any
Mild bird to
B. W. Bedroom Set,
A-h Iledinom Set,
B, w; Extension Dining Table,
Al-o, the large and vailed collec
Ferns'& Hot House Plaits,
Cnuipil-Ing the Iliust n-Mirtuicnl
ever offered for mile.
i COTTAOE to let near
J town with 4 rooms, he
sides cooking and wah
houses attached. Addic- "C. 11 T ,'"
cine Hii.i.r.Tiv. "'Ill lw
i COTTAOP, convenient to
1 Mreetcais. Wouh! lllie
(Pilci nlacii neiii Hotel. Mo-
derail) tent dehiied Aildnm "C. ('.."
HtiM.uix Olllco. COO If
Dooh Not Absorb and
Become Foul !
IMITKITIHS never PKNETKATK
It, hut He on the Miiiac, and Internally
Hie stone remains as pine, and whlli)
after years nf use as when taken from
AllHIVAI. OF THE HA11K "J. 1). J1KEWEH." Fl'LL LINES
Plantation Sallies -:- ana --:-- General hrcknll
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FAVORITE
Eddy Refrigerators & Ice Chests.
A Xrw Line of Olapswarc Just Itcceived.
Holiablo Goods at Itrasonablo Prices.
The Gate (Ttv Stone Miter Is a per
fect success. It Is the only real llller I
have eer seen. I would not he without
one for any consideration. It couveifs
our lake water Into the be-t drinking
water In tho world.
IIknuvM.Lv.man, M. D
r.i;i We.it Adams Si , Chicago.
rpo rent for 1 mouth a Large
X Itoom or Hull, either
I lrrntinil floor or upstairs, mum
: ,. ....i in-,
lie centrally miuuivii. "" '
Iteitl Estate For Sale.
CT" Piemlies open for liirpcelion on
Wednesday, Apill ilOlh, fiom HI o'clock
. m. lo l. o'clock I'. .M.
JAS. E. MOIUiAN,
i X Hobcllo Lane,
Houses and Lots on
Convenient to steam and tram
c.iiu. very ncaitny locaiiiy. j.ui
Kinc street, near llauiauku's L'ine. For
particulars apply to
' .IOHN I-M10WLEK.
OrClms.T. (IiilicU. 4(501)111
tr For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,-
Oimn-ltu Snree.Uels i Co.'h Hank,
40!) tt Fort stieet, Honolulu.
Gustav K. Schuman
No. 79 & 01 : : King Street.
At W. WilRlilA foil's.
Having received a full nssortment of
Oarrlni0 Trimming Mateiluls fiom thu
East, 1 am prepared to eM'Ciite all orders
with neatness and despatch at very rea.
PACIFIC IIAIIDWARE CO., (In),
Fort it Merchant fifu.
CORN Kit HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
New Goods. New Goods.
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste !
Full Lines of Persian Mulls !
-ALL AT 25 CENTS PER YAUD-
-AT VEHY LOW PRICES-
Corner Hotel & Fort Street.
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