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JJLY BULLETINS HONOLULU, H. L, APRIL 23, 0S80.
X" XI JGJ
'UJcril to ntxthtr Sect nor Party,
Hut titablhtietl for the benefit of nil,
MONDAY, Al'UIL i!8, 1890.
Picnic ut Keiuouil Grove, li- I'loan
lire Oi-aimtl on tlm Onhu Hill.
A finer day throughout foi out
ilcor plciisuio could not have been
than Saturday, the tilitli, the day of
the Oddfellows' picnic, and a heller
place than Hcinond drove, the scene
of the picnic, could not have been
Three wceky ago tliis spot, wlileli
is about twelve miles from Honolulu,
near the line of the Onliu. railroad,
was a mass of trees, with decaying
leave? underneath and choked
springs that caused disagreeable
marshes in places. When n com
bined committee of Oddfellows and
the A Hon Society decided that it
was the best place along the line for
a picnic ground, the Oaliu Railroad
and Land Company , whose property
it is, set to woik with energy to put
it into shape for such purposes, and
a wondciful transformation has been
effected. The rubbish has been re
moved, the marshy placet drained,
comfortable benches disponed around
the "rounds, and a baud stand and
dancinsj pavilion erected. The
dancing lioor is 70x70 feet, with
walls of wood, loofed with galvan
i.ed iron. There are wide entrances
fiom the four sides. The iloor is
icuiarknlily even and smooth. lint
and cloak rooms are placed at one
corner of the pavilion, partly above
und'paitly below the lowl of the
lloor, and over IIicm: i- the musi
cians' gallery. Abundance of clear
sparkling water, almost as cold a?
ice. is supplied by a well, from
which it is diawn bv pump.
Nature ami the (). It. . L. Co. have
(Jrove combined to make licmoml a
model picnic ground.
The occasion of the picnic was
ilie seventy-first anniversary of the
introduction of the Oddfellow
ship into America, and the
thirty-first anniversary of the
laying of the corner tone of the
first Oddfellow's hall in Honolulu.
The two lodges, Excelsior and llar
nior:y, united. The committee of
management for Excelsior Lodge
consisted ot .1. .1. Orccne, 11. 11.
Hitchcock, .. Einineluth, 15. N.
"Webster, and K. W. Mclnlyre; and
tor Harmony Lodge, .7. A. Magoon,
C. J. Fishel, II. II. Williams, W. E.
Ilenick, and W. While. These
gentlemen were on the ground early
in the uiorniiur, making preparations
tor the day, having gone there on a
const! net ion train. Everything was
in readiness for the pleasure seekers
on their anival.
The fir-t passenger train was
despatched from Honolulu at !
o'clock a. m., the next at 2 p. m.
and a third alter . in the evening.
The railway people were all paiticu
laily watchful to prevent possible
accidents, and no accident ol even
the most trilling nature occurred.
Mr. W. (!. Ashley was constantly
on hand, personally -uperintending.
The Hawaiian Hand, under the
leadership of the indefatigable Mer
ger, made the grave resound with
music at intervals throughout the
day, and until 10 o'clock at night.
Solid lefieshuienis with hot coltoe,
of which the supply never tailed,
were furnished by Halt & Co., ami
cold drinks bv the Tahiti Lemonade
Dancing commenced at an early
hour in 'the atternoon, the first set
brine composed of ladies with one
solitary gentleman, that one gen
tleman being Mr. W. E. Herrick.
In the evening the pavilion was
brilliantly lighted with incandescent
electric light, and dancing was con
tinued until nearly 10 o'clock, the
hour at which the hist train started
Ladies and children formed a
large part of the company, and for
I ho amusement of the hitler a good
programme of sports was arranged.
The spoils were begun in the
foicnoon as most of the children had
to go home on the I o'clock train.
A bjseball match between nine girls
and nine boys was won by the
former witli a score of 17 runs to K ;
J. Emuicluth umpitc, .lolin Kidwell
eorer. The prize, offeied by .Mr.
.1. .1. Williams, is a group photo
gniph of the winners, one copy for
each. The winneis were: May
Weir (Captain), Miss E. Herrick,
L. Nott, N. Crane, M. Jones, II.
Along, L. IIiu per, D. U.yle, C.
Afong. The 100 yards race for boys
was won bv F. Wright and O.
Wright 1 (tie), W. Wight 2 ; SO
yards race tor girls, Carrie Afong
'l, Eliza (iiiruey '-', Nettie Crane !i;
,s() vards race lor boys, Albert Har
iis'1, 15. 1'etrie :.', W. Rawlins 1 ;
W yards race or little girls, Cecily
Wright 1, A. Rascmann 2, Blanche
Fisher .'J; 100 vards hurdle race for
boys, 15. 1'etii'e 1, C. O'Sullivan 2,
A. Afong ;); 100 yards race for
girls, Maud Lovejoy l.Mnry Nott 2,
Carrie Along ."; High jump, F.
Ourney -lit. 1, J. Crane aft. lOin. 2,
A. Afong 55ft. 9in. !t ; I5ell racu for
bovs, O. Wright 1, W. Haw
I in b 2, 11. 1'etrie IS; Sack race for
hoys, A. Afong 1, A. Harris 2, C.
O'Sullivan !l;Sack race for girls
11. Harris 1, C. Afong 2; 100 yards
race for girls, Mary Nott 1, Jennie
"Wright 2, Carrie Afong .1 ; Three
legged iace, Crane and Harris J,
L. Pctric mid Kcawc 2 : 100 yards
raco for boys and girls, Eliza Giir
ney 1 ; Hell raco for gills, Maiy
Nott 1. The prizes consisted of
bats and balls, lawn tennis rackets,
pocket knives, picture books, draw
ing slates, tops and stiings. etc.,
and were distributed by Mr. T.
Wright and Mr. J. J. Leckcr.
Swinging and rope jumping afforded
cousideiable amusement for many.
The last train, bringing llie last
of the party, returned to Honolulu a
little before 11 o'clock. Not a sin
gle event happened, from beginning
to end, to in any way innr the day's
and pveniug's enjoyment.
jJTIiP engine "Kaaln," that diew
the living freight to and train the
picnic grounds, was "a tiling of
beauty," with its burnished brass
woik artistically colored headplate,
and branching antlers, giving to the
ordinary humdrum appearance of a
passenger liainim aspect of festivity
that, in the way of tloeointions, left
nothing to be desired. The obliging
olllcial of the line made the utmost
efforts to make the picnic more than
THE DRAMATIC SEASON.
There was a good house Satin dnv
night, when the Hijoti Comedy Com
pany presented "Widow Hcdott."
They woke so much enthusiasm that
they have been induced to. repeat
the' play lo-iiiuht. The following
was this cast of characters:
Widow Hcdott.. .Mr. Horace Kwing
Elder Sniilles. . . Mr. Walter Adrian
Henry Ilaininan.Mr. Frank Cleaves
Fred Harriman. Mr. W. L. Hoherts
Tom Tollelt. . .Mr. Tied.?. Atwood
Tim Ciane .Mr. Francis Tiisley
Malinsa Hedott.Mis- Li.ie Lingham
Dotty Snitlles, . ,M,i5i Lillie Atwoi d
Mary Mamma1). Mr.. Horace Kwing
Miss linogotic Kberle
Mr. ICwing made his liest liit of
the season ai the iirepicssible "wid
der." Although lie had to pivot his
tongue in the middle to keep up the
character, his enunciation was clear
enough lo make him intelligible always-
a gteat thing in such repre
sentations for without distinctness
the cream of the play would be
spoiled. Mi'-s Lingunm was never
inoic charming than as Malissa, nor
Miss Atwoml thai in the role of
Dotty Sniilles. J'lie latter made
quite a hit in a s-lang oug devoting
a verse to Mr. Levey and Said
Pasha. Seveial bouquets were sent
up to the ladie. Mr. Adiian look
off the l.aptist paison dl a hundred
year& ago to a nicety, as all who
know that character can testify. Mis
nasal prciichnieuts, however, get so
monotonous that everybody rejoices
when his captor, the widow, clubs
him into quietude with a heavily
swung fan. The audience was kept
in a continual state of side-shaking
at every bccne. An effective scenic
play was the ai rival of the cniroh
with Widow HcdMH on top waving
her handkei chief.
RAL ESTATE SALES.
Mr. Morgan at noon to-day sold
thiee pioperties belonging lo the
estate of the late Mrs. Margate!
Keegan. The first was a lol adjoin
ing the ICagle Moum1, -Is feet fiont
on Nuuanii avenue mid 1 10 leet
deep, with a six-room collage, and
it was bought by J. T. Waterhouso,
sr., for i&27.')0. The i-ccond was the
"Keegan" pioperty a lot fronting
!?1 feet on Nuuanii street with a
depth ot lul feet, having on it a
two-storv wooden building anil a
two-room collage. This was bought
by .las. Stewart of Kahaluu for
SL'fiUU. The third was the lot ad
joining the last mentioned, ll.'i feet
front and l.'l.'J feet deep, having on
it a four-room cottago and out
houses, the puiehasei I eing Clara
Cunningham at $1600.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Administrator's Sale of '
11) oi ilcr ol Cecil lirowu. II-ij., Ail-
min'Utratni' of the P.fctate of J.'. 1'ie-toii,
UeeeaM'd, I will cell at I'nlilie Anetlon,
at my Snie-iriom, (jueen street,
on aioKUAY, am r, jhuo,
AT I O'CMtt'K ll.
100 Shares of the Capital Stook of
the Hsvvaiien Investment Co.
Par Value S2,'i Kaeli.
I Sharo of Kapiolani Park Astocia
tioii. And ai b.imu limn 1 will mOI
$5,000 Government 0 Hor Cent.
23 Sharos of Intar-lsland Steam
Navigation Co.'s Stock.
.JAS. V. MOllfiAN,
HAItXriKLH will icMime
.lasM's on TUKSDAY. .Mav tltli.
drawing and Painting hi Oil and Wa
ter Colon), Light ,V .Shade. Still Lite
and Figure Painting, liludlo: Spieo
kcli' Hiuek, Ton Mien, .'10 Uw
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, April !2!t1i,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the ieddciice of Mil. 11. MAO.MIL-
I.AN', N'tiiiami irco? unjoining tlio
Jingle 11 nun 1 will set. (it Ptiblle Am
- - "Vmpii;lnr
Parlor Furniture !
I phoUleied lied l.muige,
Plush Seat Chrtiva & Rockerfj,
Cuit'iltn fc Onil'v.
B. W. Bedroom Set,
llliicl, Walnut Cheffonli'ie,
China A Jnpahe-e IVa Jscl-.
1 Supremo Karage,
1 .'-wheel lliake,
I Set Hume", Ilt- . lit'-.
,)AH. F. UIOKCIAN,
iV.17 It Auellnni'i'r.
EXECUTORS SALE OF
Uv unler or VVA'U. liKON N. !..,
i:cVutor of tli K-tate o( I'hlllp Milton.
(IccrilMil. I Will M'll ai ruhllc Auction,
,it tin kite Milton Kiiilenee, Kins; st.,
On WEDNESDAY, April 30,
AT II) (ITt.Ut'lt. A. M.,
The Hntiro Househ'd Furniture
n..j,uinri iwnrnn mi
U )i!iiiliiyiT.li rAHLUll
I'Mii-v Cli, ills, rii.itiili'llei '.
L.irc I)ii"-siiy; Mi ror shelf.
Marfe!c-iop CEN1ER TABLE,
I'.laiK H'.i'mit Itcdiooiii Ki't.
Lngi' Miiall ltup, Toilet b'els,
B. W. Wardrobes,
Hair ,V H)iiiifj M.iitr.is.ji..
Klnc Koa auholji',
B. W. Extension Dining Tabic,
Mlvcr W.iie. Crocket).
Ilange iV Uteii-iN, Kie .
1 Bxproiw Vn-oiJi
1 New ltr.ike.
J:te.. . Kle.
FERNS & PLAI4TS.
On TiU'ElSDAY, I!:i lt,
AT ID O'l'I.llCH A. .17..
i llie Hidence of 15. I. 1.ILI.1K, INi).,
l.uiiallln Mieet. 1 viill ell at
Household -: Tui'tiiiuro
Uplislstsul Bull Lmp,
Combination Secretary & Bed,
B. W. Bedroom Set,
A-h Iicdioom Set,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
A No, the
lari;e and willed collec
Fen & Hot ira Plaits
Cmnpiisiii'; the fine-t ,isuitmeiit
ever offered for sale.
tjvf I'leniNei open for inspection on
Wednesday. Apiil IlOlli. Iiom If) o'clock
a. vi. to i o'clock v. .M.
IAS. I aiOJCGAN,
LANDLORD'S SALE OF
Goods & Chattels
Di-f mined for the Xoiliiha menl
1 am inti noted liy .Iinnes
dr.. to soil at Public Auction
MONDAY, May lath,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11.,
Of -aid day, at my Salomon), on 2ncon
Mieet, in the I'itv of Honolulu, the lol
low hi1; doeriliL'd (iood. and C'hatlcN of
Kook I.uni a l.Ue tenant of taid Julius
It. Holt,. Jr., hi s.iid ru ot Honolulu,
dilralned foranears of lent, and lnv
In bepii held the Haliilnry len;lh ot
lime hy the sjiid, lames It. ll!ilt,.lr.. vi:
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
Ami Other Waie-. C111I0-, and Oilier
OcioiN, ( battel-, and Kfloeis of -.ild
I'ook Luii'r', tak-eu fioin lil-, kIoio in
Hnli'h Iiloek," Xiinaun sticci, in said
Citj of Honolulu.
J AS. F. 3IOKGAN,
. M. Moiif'.-iinit Att0111evfnrl.1111dl1.nl.
Hoiiolulii. April t-'j, ISfiO. .MIS id
T .Miiklki, a Peacoel;.
Xx. will Im paid to any
turning 'aid bud lo
.v.i I lw
MW1V - J VI VJt--T .1
UnauvpaGBCtl! Most Delioiomsl
And Finely Flavorod
OiJintiieiitcri In K.v.-rv Hljlc.
Having a reputation ol i!" yeais hi
Honolulu and being his own woiK
inaii. .Mi. Horn cm m-11
riii'iiper than ill imv other place in the
ItlCII itiid l'l'ItK
At isM DnllurN a Uiitton.
Made fioin the W'ooill.iWo Celebrated
1'iiipiieini t'ioni er Meoin (.'andy I'.ie
inr.v A llnkeiy. i";!." lin
CHOIGIi BESF CATTLE"!
At Kahikiuiii, Muni, there will he Mild
nt 1'iiblle Auetlou,
On TUESDAY, May 'iOlh,
COWS, HEIFERS and CALVES
f'" 'I lie Caltl.- can lie -ecu at the IVli
of K.diiMlttll aiiMlme hefoie the sale.
'isi iw J.C. FLOHEStiCO.
TAI WO CHAN,
M.iiiuliictiiter ol LiulieV
French Kid & Calf Skin Shoes
MADK 10 OIlDKlt.
iVaiMi in novkmI: ntna, tMiitdli'M.
IVsNttwilitt St., : : : P.O. lii.. 20?
iry For Sale
1'iltliani I'.ugiiie ITaIIi
Tlliee Itollei .Mill.
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
Willi 20 I noli Hell ,, rutin''.
Cf" All in good order and eondiiioii.
and ready Tor delivery at the end of the
present grinding -e.ison. May lie ln
qitctcd at llaiualiiu Mill, 1'aauilo. Ha
waii. Applv to
.iH: I hi Thnn. H Divieo ft Oo
IK :i)ioe i.-s:ul will lte paid lo
auv iiailv "Ivinij e.vldenee wlileli
will lead to the (onvletion of tile pel-oil
who threw a -'one cr pfones at one ol
the hlnek siMiii-. I eloniiig to the Ka
lilnlaul Talk As-.oelalloii, on Suiiilay,
the .'Olh ln-.tant.
W. M. GIl'TAUD,
nut lw .'jeeietary K. I', .v.
IIK'iWOOJ) tor fillo at Hawaii. I.
(JimmcteU1 "-'ii'i'i oiiic, eomei of
(Jiicpii ami Nniihhii "Irii h. I'Si
SALT FOI! SALE.
MAVK rercivid u lew hiliii'.ud l':it;i
of tiiilt, ot the vt'iy lic-t qiialUv.
taeli lug vrelifhiug V-10 jioiiml-, I will
fell at very lowc-t price ai fl eneli;
special lufiieiloii by Hie ion Oiduv
Irom otlier Il.im!b" will be ioni.ll
niteailiil lo iHi "'itifaoiinn 'icirsii
teed. AiMrcbs .ill oidcir. to
tins I. Mtl.-'M,
.110 2m lliiinio'iio, lloit'ibilii O ,liu.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On Knny 'I'enilh.
PIIH tte Iileuee of H. I.
Mil icon I. inalilnMrccl,
&m contaiiiliiK Double l'ailors.
lii'le Dining Koom 1 Hcdromm, Dies,
iti-r iiinl ll.ithrrouK, K i'clicn and 2 I'uii.
tries. Detached Servaul's House, Htftlilc,
(-ouch IIoiiho and Chicken Yaid. The
OrouiiiK im) 105 frel front and abom
!IW tt et dfe), ami e all l.tid out with
I'aliu), Ihiii's and Choice l'lanls. Will
be viicunl on l lie Oth May. The Ferner)
and Foi lis lo be removed uiile.- iifreid
nn. .WJ tl
&M. a I COTTAOK lo let near
fTj2 J V town with I room-, bo
CEtlsai&S hhh'-i eooUlnjc and wash
hou-es attached. Ailihe--. "C. II T.,'"
cue III i.i. v.1 in.
ill I lw
A COTTAi! I) i niivcnif ut io
SafflSJB tiulel place
near lintel. Mr.
Aildrc-.) "C ()..'
ilunilu rent (leaiied
III I.l.r.-HN Olllce.
' JO lent for 1 inonlli a Larue
JL Koom or Hall, cither
?i2s3i3 L'rouiid Hour or iiiistulrc, must
lieceuirnlly dtuuled. -lOfi tt
He sl EHluto For Sale;
g.fit rpVO Houses and l.olt. en
"'?M -1. Robullo Lane, I'.ilama.
EKffl'Aai Convenient in Meam and titini
eiiisT. Veiy healthy locnlitv. Lot on
Kinit-strcet,n9ir HainiuikuV Lane. For
particulars apply to
.1011 X V. HOWLER.
Or Ch'is. T. Guliek. 400 Urn
Vf tl B GC9 HI H Pa
fill 8 UML
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition In lliu amount of the policy, or, should the. insured survive a given niitnbcr of years, the Company will
return all the premium') paid wilh'intercst; or, instead of 'accepting the policy and profits in cash the Ictral holder
may, WITHOUT MKDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FUKTI1KK l'AYMKNTOK PKKMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollts In KULLY 1'AII) UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the I'niled States, and the Lai
ge.st Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thlrty-SIa: Millions of Dollars.
ay" I'nr full particulate call on oi addreeo
Dei'-SJl'SO General Agent for llie Hawaiian Islands.
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Anil will he HKLIVKKKD
Coifre, Tea, Chocolate A-
Pipe ti Cljart'llo Tobacco,
gSiF" Open fiom ;t:".0 a. m. until 0
Mutual Telephone 2-11. Post Onicc Uox
M.n1-.o.li..m..,.mri ..irii. l"V'.-ygr? 2!,,?55SS55fw,5SK!f15S!S5a5!
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'3 SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiipr AI Hon Ale, Greiafli, lasntefafle, Sarsaparilla, Mineral ?fte, Etc.
zw All communication
Gale City Sionc Filter !
These Viller-i are easllv cleaiit-ed.
and NKVKll beeoine CllACKKD or
CJIAZKI) by clianjio of l-jiiiperatuii: of
'1 he Filtei iii' Medium is a XATl'UAL
STO.VK, mined from thecal th It is
unlike anv other stone.
It Does Not. Absorb and
. Become Foul !
LMIVRITIKS never I'KXKTRATK
It, but lie on I he surface, and Internally
tlio Moms lemalns as pure and white
after year-ol n-n as when taken from
The Coite Clly .Stone Tiller is a per
fect success. Itistliu only real tiller 1
have over seen. I would not be without
one for any consideration, ll converts
our lako water into the best ilrlnl.lii
water In the world.
lll'.Nlir M. I.V.MAX
.i:i:t YVei Adams yi
, m. n..
1ST For .Sale bj
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
OppoMle iSnieukels ifc Co.'n Unnk,
WJ it Fori street, Honolulu.
Gustav A, Scliuman
f o. 79 & 81 : : King Street.
At V. Wright & Son'.).
Having rcnciviil a full asbortnient of
CarringoTrirQinliiB Materiuls from the
East, I am prepared to ciccute all ordew
with neatness and despatch at very rea.
OJ? NEW YORK
ALWAYS OX UAND AND 'rO DHDKIJ
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Bolis,
FKEE of GHAIiOK to
liULit. ol FAHEi
Soubcd rig's Foot, Cold I lam,
Soubcd 1'iVh Foot, Cold I Ian
MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
A I.AllOK ASSOIITMKXT 01'
Pipes, Cigar & Ciffaretlo,
Siitiinlay night, open nil night. Heil
IV - lan
I : LE
sitifi"' PI S!H
ami cmlerp should bo adtlrcsseil to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Of FOKT SXRJE2I3T.
xiavi: jijht ni:ri:ivi:i) a vbkv lah(!i: afhoutmknt or
e & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
CbOhS-,' Tui'Mieliiiig; Good!!, &:o., k:o.,
All will he sold at lleasonable l'ricuri.
gjSy Our Uie-sHoiiiking Deparlnient uuilcr the nianageiHenl of MISK
I'LAKK will bo ie-opcned about May 12th.
AliltlVAL OF TIIK HARK "J. I). 11UEWKU." FULL LINKS
Mi KICIJIl'lTltAL IHPliliSf KNT,
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FAVOR IT H
Eddy Refrigerators & !cc Chests.
A Xew Line of (Jla&swaro Jiifl Received.
Heliablo Goodn at Rea.ionahle 1'iiees.
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste !
,. Full Lines of Persian
ALL AT itf
SiiooIIy Cracker i,
Cotes, Etc.. Etc.
part of the city.
Hjiiceil Tongue, Spiced lleef, SuIikIh, Etc.
Ifohlor.s. Cold Ds-hski-,
- rig - ei
-A. a nt.
'o' 3 vfei
Hardware 0o.7 Mi
ut --:-- General Hereto
PACIFIC HAKDWARE CO., (In),
Fort it Merchant S(h.
& l?OKT STREETS.
CENTS I'KR YARD-
Corner Hotel & Fori; Stf-eel8.
-riff i y ,