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MONDAY, Al'lUL 28, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
Leave Mn nana ..
A i rive Honolulu
Leave llonnlrf In .
At rive Alumina .
At live llunnlulii,
Stiur Allkahala from Kauai
Stun I, i hu. i fiom Hainnkua
.Am bk Tllllo linker, Carli'r. .Ili tiny-"
Am Miss steam liktnc Morning Star.
(.iailuud. ilil ilnyi from ljm.
Schr M 15 Foti-r trom Kauai
t-'elir Hawaiian! fium Koohiu
t-'tnir.l A Cuminim fiom Koulnii
Am Icin Itcportcr, Drover, finni Dtreka
II M 8 Champion, St dull, from iillo
llnv.'blc Mtmna Ala. !inllh. for Pugot
So a ml
Am hk Ceylon, Calhoun, for Han Fran
rttinr Mokolii for Moloktii at ! p in
blinr Wal.ilenlc for I.iiliaina ami ICu-
Knlatt tit 5 p in
Sehr I.uka for Koliala
Sehr Ka Mol for Koholalole
t-ctu-LlhnHhn for Kauai
Smir.Jas Miikeo for Kuiaa at p m
VESSELS LEAVMS TO-MORROW.
Ainbkt.loliu Worter, Orotli, for I'ort.
Am bktui; V II Dhnnnd, Diew, for San
Francisco at 1 p m
!:"tmr Kaala for Klliiiieu and llnnalcl at
1 p m
Stmv Mlkiihala for Kauai at .1 p m
Stun Llkciiko for Maul at 5 p in
Stinr Hawaii for llamakua atlO a m
amir V U Hall for Labaiua, Maalaca,
- Koua. Kan nnd the Voleauo at 10
o'clock a in
Sinn Lchtia for Ilainakua " p in
Schr Kawallani for Koolau
Selir Mary 15 Foster for Wnlanao
.Stair .1 A'uiinmlus for Koolau at 0 a in
From Maul, per stinr Likclike,
J7-M Loulssoii, U Bolte, Cll Well?. .1
lCfosepa. All You, A 1 Dcverill, Jtn
Heed. MrMurdoek, Win Uuelbo. Jliss
.Mover, II Cattou, If Laws and wife. Mrs
Willdilleld, Mm 11 11 Hurry and 57 deck.
From Kauai per tuir Mikubala, April
jy V Meier, l)r Camplioll, A Cropp
and wife, U M Cooke, K il WaMi, MI-
Noedbam, Mi.s White, V A Cbainniiu,
11 W L'uivls, Mls J 1'uike, W U l'arke,
13 Murray. W Hurlowltz, Itev Father
Kimnclaii, Miss Mcllryde, .1 F Colljuru,
wifo and son, Captain II Kills, Mis-s
13111s, Mm SKoth and 2 oblldieu. Jin
T.irnienter and 'J children, S Chinese,
and lift deck.
Eteainer Likeliko brought
lia:s 6ii";ar, ISO bags initiUocs, -t horcs,
11 nogs, 23 bides, 1G pk- siindriuM.
The Aineilean bark Ceylon, Captain
It Calhoun, Killed for San Francisco till
afternoon with 15,CU!) b:ig- sugar ship
ped as follows: U Uruwer it l'o, 723'J
liiia Migar; F A f:c!iaeffr & Co, 1712
li.igj biigar; Catlc A'Cooke, 313(!4 hag
raigar; 'i'heo II DuIcb & Co, tWCl bags
iig.ir. 'lotals; tonnage, Oil tons;
dnirtestii! value. PS3,27-4.27.
Tlic Ainnricau barkeiitinc W II Di
iiioutl, Captain 15 V Drew, will sail to
morrow atternoon at I o'clock for .Sail
Francisco with about 07i tons of sugar.
Tlio bark C I llryant took In nearly
'000 bags sugar to-day besides unload
ing a largo quantity of general iner-ch'andi-o.
blic will mod likely sail next
.Saturday for San Francisco.
The Hawaiian bark Manna Ala has
gone for tlio Sound
The bark S C Allen has been deeded
at the l.tkellko wharf. .She will ."all for
ihm Francisco on Friday.
The steamer Hawaii will leave to
nionow morning for llamakua ports.
She will take two largo boiloni lor
The Anieilcan liarkTIllio Raker, Cap
tain Carter, arrived on Sunday, 614 dayb
from Hongkong with a lull cargo of
general niorclianiliso consigned to
Mers A ing Wo Chan & Co. She
brought six Chinese steerage pati'ii
gei. The steamer Mikahala brought yes
terday 321(! bags sugar and 100 bags pla
from Kauai, and 1M sheep from Mibau,
The schooner Mary 15 Foster brought
mi Sunday ion:! hagi ugar fiom Kc
kalia. The American three-masted schooner
Uepoiter, Captain 1'hlllp Dreyer, ar
rived to-day front Fiiroka with llri,lG8
feet lumber and 100,000 shingles for
Messrs Allen & liohlnsou.
At a representative meeting of
baseball putrons and players,, held
on Saturday, it was resolved,, on
motion of Mr. W. C. Wilder, sec
onded by Mr. J. II. l'aty, to form
:tn association for the purpose of
owning and controlling grounds for
tlio game. Hon. V. F.- Allen, chair
inan,appointcd the foilowingcomniit
tcc to secure a lease of the grounds:
-Messrs. Win. C. Wilder, Uobcrt
Parker, and John II. Paly. The
following committee was appointed
to canvass for sitbfscriptidns to the
stock: Messrs. II. M. Whitney, jr.,
V. J. Testa, G. K. Wilder, J. II.
I'aty, nnd M. K. Keohokalolc. The
capital is to bo 5000 in 10 shares,
members of thu Association to have
llrst chance of subscribing. Tlio
ground twailablo is a lot fronting
100 feet on l'iikoi street. It will be
fenced and contaiu grand stands
with carriage drives along tlio bor
ders. When tlio Association be
comes legally incorporated tlio Ha
waiian Tramways Company will lay
a track from King street to the
- ,mjtwnuitn 4rr7?x&aoriii i-r."n t w
LOCAL & GENERAL
.sti:m:siiN nailing mat l r
fourth page. ,
Forii i'Ii'iiium. woic iiim'mIkI Inst ,
night and two ihih forenoon foi tnol,- (
JSSS'S '.'ijS !K
tlil uvfiihig. .
Mu. liarnliold advertise) lliitt lie
will rc-timo hi) art dieses in Spieck
clh' block Tttculay of next week.
Two natho sailors on a npiee wen1
interrupted b tlit- jjolior while
bictkiug ui) thu fiirnituru in tlio
Cosmopolitan Saloon thla fnienoon.
3 kb, F. Morgan will sell some
valuably 'courilien, by order of Ike
uilniinirttralDrof tbo estato of tlio bite
.ludo l'ruston, Monday nost tlio "illi
I.U.M.H.C'I1A.MI'IUN roturueil fiom
Hawaii tlii.s aftornoou with tlio King
on bo.ird. His Majesty received n
.salulo fiotn tlio .Mlioro battery a. the
Hhip entered thu liathor.
St;n?rinni:ui to tlio funds "f tlio
llritiidi Benevolent Society are ie
minded that the smb.-criptions for
this ycai aio now due nnd payablo to
Hon". A. H. Clej,'hoin, Tieasuier.
Hoi.MSTUit t Co; annnuncp a mtm
her of their lino?, also photogmphic
good3 of all kinds, They aio the ev
cliivo tiiiura of the Hyatt pure water
svitoni in the manufacture of iterated
EVEI1TS this evekihg.
Hand concert at Kmmn Square,
Harmony I.odc, 1. O.
Lodcc 1c lroirrc3, A. b'
Af , at 7:"0.
Pythian linll Corps, II. H. Arm
Bijou Comedy Co., in "Widow
lledoit," at Opera Houku, 8 p. in.
'Sale of Air. II. Alacmillan's
household furniture at 10 o'cloclc'by
Jas. V. Morgan.
Steamer W. C. Hall sails for Maui
and Hawaii, 10 a. in.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emni.i Square
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March- Itlcu.l Wagner
Overturn Morning, oon and .Mgnt
-A wakening of the
I.ittlc Annh; Itoouey
Jli'collt'ct'on of all Xatlons..
Walt. Golden Myrtl a
Before Judge Bickerton nt term,
Saturday, the demurrer of defend
ant was argued in the libel case
against Arthur Johnstone. (J.
Crcighlon, Deputy Attornoy-Ocn-cral,"
htr the Crown ; V. V. Ashford
Aloiau (Uliincse) vs. Kmrua Aloi
au, divorce, was continued to next
term. J. L. Kaulukou for plaintiff.
Kaaifiunt (w.) vs. Keknia (t..),
was partly heard and continued. A.
liosa for plaintiff ; J. II. Barcnaba
This forenoon was occupied with
the trial, before a mixed jury, of K.
A. Macy and others vs. W. It. Cas
tle. Case of damages, SH000 claim
ed. Neumann and Peterson for
plaintiffs; Hatch for defendant.
Judge McCully, who presides at
Chambers this week, to-day heard
and granted the petition of W. O.
Smith, administrator of estate of
the late J. K. Spaulding, for ap
proval of accounts and discharge.
At Saturday's session Peter Peter
son and Wm.'llcdeiuaun, sailors on
tho hark Forest Queen, were sent
enced to imprisonment at hard labor
six months and pay $2.(30 costs
each, for breaking Government seals
on tho hatches of that vessel. .Too
and l'uoii were committed to the
Supreme Court on the charge of
perjurj' in the second degree. I.au
Ho Wing and Lau San were also
committed for conspiracy, by ob
taining goods under false pretences.
This morning Vittorini do Caniara
was lined 1.50 including costs for
common nuisance, consisting in the
piling of iron, etc., in a common
catewny at foot of Alauuakca street.
AIolc, a native woman, was lined,
8100 and Si! costs for selling spirit
uous liquor without license. Four
persons forfeited SO bail each for
drunkenness, and one was lined 8
for that offense. A native woman
was lined 10 for disturbing quiet of
Tom Desmond, erstwhile Sheriff
of San Francisco, has now become
tlio leader in the new Irish organiza
tion which is to light the Clan-na-gael.
Cremation at Working, England,
is now so common that it is not re
ported. The nvcrago is ttvo or three
bodies per week. Alany believe
that beforo long tho increase will be
sudden and enormous.
An ox-convict is trying to make a
sensation at St. I.ouis over tho treat
ment of prisoners in thu Missouri
Penitentiary, who, ho says, aro
cruelly lashed upon the slightest
.PALLY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !.,
iwwpuyy - fr wjimw
. THE STARSJJEiYTEH.
liuineli:uiiHi:i DclVnt'i ltn Hlnv !luli
llli'veii to ln .
All imiuciiM! throng attended the
baseball match Saturday afternoon,
between tho Knuichamuha and Star
clubs, A large proportion of tho8c
who crowded the giiiud stand were
Indies. Close ranks of male specta
tors looked over the guard fence In
front, and there were hosts nf old
and young m cairingcs and saddles
libing the outer roricos.
1. Kamchaiuelia led the innings.
I'ahaii was hit by flic pitcher and
accepted the invitation to take his
flrst base. Wise ltit a bull to third,
who muffed and thenjnvortlnow It to
llrst, ghing him liic second base
and bringing l'aliau homo. Crowell
went out'on a lly to right, and DavK
and Alahuka were diopped at llrst.
On the Star side Chan. Wilder and
Chas. Wilder were struck out.
Chandler hit a beautiful bounding
ball to right centre, but was left on
base by J. Perry's uuauiiling .swipes
at the unsubstantial air. Katueha
mcha 1, Star 0.
'J. Lawelawe propelled a 11)' to
pitcher, Alakaimoku went down at
llrtt. Waliinumnikai did better but
never got past second, as lticliards
became tho third victim by a thtow
from second to first. Wodohouse
and A. Perrv each got base on balls
and stole- second: the I'nst sue
cumbrd in a dating- effort to slide
to third, which the second reached
on a passed ball. Conradt tipped a
foul into expert hands. Winter
went to first on balls and stole sec
ond, following Perry homo on a
base hit by Carter. Chan. Wilder
ended tho tussle at first with the as
sistance of the pitcher. Kamcha
incha 0, Star -'.
.1. Pnliuu got base on bails and
stole second ; Wiso was saved tit
first by a muff and stole second,
while .Pahau reached home on tho
error; then, when Crowell had been
removed tit first, Davis hit for thiid
base, bringing Wiso home. Alahuka
brought Davis home, but failed liiin
Hcll at second, and Lawelawe made
three strikes and third out. Chas.
Wilder was helped out at first by
.short slop. Chandler hit a one,
was advanced to third by J. Perry's
single, nnd home by Wotlchouso's.
J. Perry went out between third and
the plate, and A. Perry by three
strikes, leaving Wodchousc strand
ed. Kamchamcha 35, Star 1.
1. Alakaimoku wa3 suppressed
at first. AVahincmnikai made first
and stole second, lticliards struck
out and Pahau getting first on balls
stole second, the first runner having
made his third. Wise by n base hit
brought home Wahinemaikai, and
on a wild throw from the catcher,
intended to drop the last one at
second, both runners scored. A
dispute arose, however, over a colli
sion between Pahau and tbo Stars'
short-stop on tho lino from sccoud
to third. The umpire, Air. Bonrd-
man, had not observed the incident,
therefore declined to give judgment
against tho runner. There was a
protect and the umpire retirod.
This caused a suspension of play
for ten minutes, when Harry Whit
ney of the Honolulu and Alorfis ICeo
hokalolo of tho Hawaii Club consent
ed to jointly umpire, the remainder
of the game. Crowell then hit a first
and stole second, where ho was left
by Davis retiring at first. Conradt
and Winter were obliterated at first
and Carter retired on strikes. Ka
uiuhaiucha .'J, Star O.
."). Alahuka won llrst base but
was squelched nt second. Lawelawe
made first, advancing to second on
Alakaimoku's first, both going on n
stage at Wahincinaikai'a out at llrst,
and home on a lly hit by lticliards
to the pitchct and muffed. Pahau's
two-baser brought in lticliards, the
striker gelling third on passed balls
and home on Wise's base hit. The
last stole second and third, but was
left by Crowell fouling out. Chan,
and Chas. Wilder each set out on
balls; tho former stole second,
reached third on Chandler's out at
first, and home on J. Perry's first
by a short throw from short-stop.
Wodehoiiic hit a fly to the. pitcher,
A. Perry took base on balls, and a
luso hit by Conradfbrought Chas.
Wilder and J. Perrv home, and the
other Perry to third. Conradt stole
second but Winter fitriking out left
tlio two on bases. Kaniehamcha I,
0. Davis went out on a foul.
Alahuka got first, then second on
Lawclawe's out at first, but Alakai
moku cut him short by going out at
first. Carter was hit by pitcher,
stole .second, nnd came homo on
Chan. Wilder's bnse hit. Chan.
itolu second and got to third on
Chas. Wilder's hit, who also stole
second. Chandler made a fatal lly
and J. Perry three vain strokes in
the air, and as Wodehouse bit a
first Chan, was diopped closo to tho
home plate. Kamchamcha 0, Star 1.
7. Wahinemaikai and lticliards
both dropped fliers into the second
baseman's bands, and Pahau'a ball
was picked up by the same fielder,
too quickly for the runner. Carter
thus put two out and assisted in tho
third. A. Perry and Carter went
out by flies to second ami first re
spectively, between thorn Conrad
tailing through strikes and Winter
making a base hit. No score.
8. Wiso was scooped at first
from short-stop, and Crowell from
pitcher. Davis hit a first, stole
second and third tho latter a slide.
Mahnkit went down at first, while
Davis was vainly striding to tho
plate. Chan, and Chas. Wilder,
anil Chandler were quickly made
victims, tlio llrst by a fly to first,
the second on strikes, the third by a
tin ov. from short
slop. Again ti j has been lamed, tiothc 1 and cln i -
I tlanizeil. On Hund.iv he nttcndl
!l. Tho last inning, the Stars
having four runs and a whitewash of
opponents to make for a lie. "Can
they do it?" was a question that
lent fresh excitement to the game.
They got thu whitewash readily.
Lawelawe hit what liu fondly hoped
was a three-baser, but was diopped
before getting to thhd ; Alakaimoku
was wiped out at first from short
stop, and Wahinemaikai hit tin ball
too directly to the pitcher. .1.
Perry made a beautiful base hit to
right, stoic occatid, and took third
on a wild throw. Wodehouse took
base on balls and stole second. A.
Perry wa? put out nt first, but
binught the two runners home.
Conradt got flrst on n hit, hot in a
rash attempt to reach second his
st-tr was eclipsed. Then Winter
sti iking out left tho Stars "only
near it," three runs less than a vic
tory. Although the score is large, it was
not too bad a game. In most e:ies
those debited witli errors arc aNo
credited with a goodly number of
"put outs" and "assists
ollicial score is given below :
NAMUS. T. I!. 11.11. 0. V. I'.
Piilmu.e - 4 1 11 ;t 1
WKe, .'. I : 2 2 O 0 1
( rov.eH. r. f r. 0 10 0 0
lhivi-.p :. 1 2 2 H 0
Mahtikn, lsth 5 o :: 1 1
Lawelawe, 2d b... .'. t 1 3 2 O
Makalmoku.-s... .', 1 10 3 0
Valiincin:i!k.ii,3(lb : 1 I 3 o u
Illeh.trds, 1. f -11 0 0 0 0
Totnl II 11 12 27 23 3
xi.mks. 'i. i:. u.ii. o. .. t:.
Wilder, Chun, c II 1 t 2 2
Wilder, t hits. .s. II 1 110
Chandler, ! -',1 2 1 !l 1
l'eirv. J. I. f .r, 2 2 0 0 O
Wodehouse, 15 3b. 3 1 1 111
l'eiry. A. 1-tu... 3 1 1 Hi O I
Comadt.c.f r 0 1 u 0 0
Whiter, r.f 11 olio
Cai tor, 2d b 3 1 1 3 0 1
Tnl.il 31 11 10 27 23 11
fcVoic by Innings
Kmuehunielia 1 0 3 3 1 00 0 01 1
Stars 0 2 103 1 002 U
lCarucd inns Kaineluinieha I, Stars
Two-hiM! lilt Pahau.
Stolen baies I'ahan 2, WUe 3, Crow
ell 1, Wahiiiemalkal 2, Chan. Wilder 2,
Chas. Wilder 1.. I. l'eiry j, Wodi-hoii'e
1, A. l'eiry 1, Conradt i, Winter 1, Car
11.I40S on balls I'aliiiu 2, Oban. Wil
der 1, Clius. Wilder 1, Wodelioitse 2, A.
Ieirv2, Winter 1.
Hit by pitcher I'nhnu. Carter.
Struck out -Crowell, Richards, Lawe
biwo, Chan. WPder, Chin. Wilder 2. J.
IViry 2, A. I'errv 1, Conradt 1, Winter
2, Cmter 1.
Pissed balls Chan. Wilder 2, Pahau
"sacrifice lilts-. I. l'eiry, 15. Wodc-hoiii-c.
Cmplre Geo, K. Uoarilmnu, II. M.
Whitney, jr., and MorrN KeohoU'ilolc.
Scorer Sam Loiils?on.
Time of Giiine Ihr JHiiiiu.
ARRIVAL OF THE MORHIM STAR.
Tlio .tllMMlonary Vnii-1 .J'i!ki"j n
!ouil Vun:ii"--Mi.veril ?eiatuna
Tho American missionary packet
Alorning Star, Captain Garland, ar
rived early yestcrdny morning, !51A
days from Ujac, Alarshall Group,
which place she left Alarch 20.
Pleasant weather and fair breezes
were encountered on tho homeward
voyage. The Alorning Star left
here December 3rd, 18811, and after
a delightful passage ol 1!W clays ar
rived at tho Gilbert Group. After
a brief stay proceeded for Apaiaug,
where she arrived on Christmas
Day. But measles having appear
ed among two of the L'alana island
ers, who wcro passengers, t'apt. Gar
land took tliogreatest precautions tint
to further spread the sickness, he
quarantined the vessel for a period
of twenty days, at the cud of which
the two sick people were fully re
covered and no signs of new cases
had appeared. However, among the
other islands of the group, news
spread that the Morning Star had
brought a'drcadful sickness, -and all
the inhabitants were alarmed for
sometime. From Apaiang tho Alorn
ing Star sailed for Pouapo and ltuk
via Strong's Island, the Itcv. Air.
Walkup being a passenger. After
visiting those islands tho Alorning
Star returned to Ktisaiu and
Strong's Island, thence to the Mar
shall Group, ltev. 15. T. Doane, a
missionary who lias been at the isl
ands for the last thirty years, and
who has never been away from there
during tlio last ten years, was taken
aboard at Ponape and brought to
Honolulu for tho benefit of his health,
ho being almost broken down by
overwork. Tho following Hawaiian
preachers with their families have
returned to rocuperato their health :
ltev. Paaluhi, wifo ami child, ltev.
Lukela and wife, and ltev. Alahoe
The returned I lawaiian missionaries
delivered brief addresses at Kuwaia
hao Church yesterday evening.
There was an iinuiun.se congregation
present. The ltev. Air. Alahoe, who
was a delegate of thu Hawaiian
Board to the Alicronosia Conven
tion, stated that his mission was but
partly performed owing to tho unex
pected appearance of measles among
their fellow passungers, so that the
larger part of the time was spent in
quarantine. After tho quarantine
ho landed at Apaiang, where lie met
peaceful and well-attired people,
quito different from what ho first
experienced in 1858. Owing to
the noble work done by tho Hawai
ian preacher there, n warlike people
A PHIL 23,-J.aUtt.
chinch and found Sunday School
children to (lie number of nearly HOO
eagerly seeking the truths of the
Bible as interpictcd by their t cach
ets. About l!00 of liic inhabitant
wcro able to read. They asked him
for tlio Bible in their own language,
and when informed that the ltev. II.
Bingham will soon forward the Bi
ble, they rej"iecd. Tlio ltev. Air
Lukela and Ids wife have a school
there, and the number of pupils lias
reached 117. At Alniamu the h'ev.
Air. l.ono is carrying on the woik.
but, owing to his old ago, ho cHiinot
perform his duties with enemy and
vigor, and so old heathen practices
have been revived In some place,
and arc a menace to tho progress nf
The Itcv. Paaluhi slated he was
stationed at Tapitattca, the largest
of the Gilbert group. The inhabit
ants number about 0000. Only a
few years ago the i-land was densely
populated, but dnmostic war, had
icdttced the people until only a few
Ihouoands were left. The people
are, however, fast increasing. The
old wilh their inhuman practices
have died away, mid a new geucui
tion of superior men and women are
growing up. lie fears, however,
that if the people keep on increasing
at this rapid rate, the supply ol
food will not meet the demand.
After arriving there about the Mini
mer of 1S87, he found the natives
still at war with each other. Tho
l!ev. Air. Walkup tool; him to his
new mission, at one end of the isl
and. Ho was taken to a large
native church whero he met over a
thousand natives, nil naked, wild.
noisy, and uncivilized. 1 he skull
of a once greatly beloved chief
adorned the centre of the building.
The wild appearance and unruly
manners of the people tilled his
heart with fear and honor, and he
requested Air. Walkup to take him
to another field. At that meeting,
Air. Walkup could nol induce the
people to give up their drunken
revelries and hula dancings, before,
accepting their new teacher. The
chiefs strongly urged tho Tibet ty to
retain their only source of amuse
ment, but at tlio same time they
were willing to accept Air. Pniiluhi
as their teacher. After reconsider
ing, Mr. Paaluhi decided to accept
their call, and determined to fight
fearlessly agaiust Hie ways of dark
ness. After a careful study of the
Gilbert New Testament, Mr. Pati
luhi was able to deliver bis sermon
within two months after his arrival
among llio people. Tlio Tapitau
cans were gteatly food of singing,
young and old, young men and
maidens, joining the pinging with
spirit. Ho organized schools in all
the distiicts, but the greatest hin
drance to his work was the contin
ual wars carried on among the na
tive's. When fighting was declared
pupils would leave hc schoolroom,
catch hold of their weapons nnd run
off to tho fight.
Hov. Mr. Lukela poko encourag
ingly of the woi kat Apaiang. He and
his wifo havo started schools which
nrc well attended. The hula dane
intis and the drinking habits of tlio
natives are tlio greatest drawbacks
to Christian woik. Ten of their
pupils have been scut- nut to teac'i
their own people. But he was glad
that tlio I!cv. Air. Alahoe, over .'10
years ago, hud not shod his blood in
vain, as tlio fruits of Christianity
first cultivated by Bcvn. Alahoe and
Bingham aie now visible throughout
LIMES for sale at tho San Franeir-cu
Fruit Stoic, Fort street. oati Ii
L. .1. Luvr.v,
F.LI5CTIHU Sn.'CTSS OF
Comedy & Dramatic Co.
Who wpio lceelved on Saturday even
ing wllli a delighted itnd enthusiastic
audience, and as inritiy wore unable lo
procure udmlh'lon, thu Crcat Comedy of
"Widow ISodott "
WILL IH3 BKPI5ATKD
Tbls MONDAY EVENING, April 28tli.
C5f" box plan now open. ."10 It
r"PHI5 quarterly annual meeting of the
L l'aelllo Hardware Co., (L'd), will
bo held at their olllee on WKHXBS
DAY, ApilUtlth. at 10 o'clock A. M.
filHi til Secretary.
A (.UAN'I) Masquerade Bill will take,
V place, on THPUSIJAY. the If.th
May, ln'.iO, at tho Honolulu Utiles Ar
mory, lterctanlaMruol, the proceed, to
be given to thu Portuguese Liulle.s Cha
ritable Association. Tickets of admis
sion 4.1.n0, will hu .sold lator. rM td
PAUTLY FiimMieil :
Uooin Cottiiiui with
garden. Apply at ''So. lit;
Nuil.imi avenue, ahovo 1st bridge. '
FOR SALE CHEAP
brake, all in
L. L. LaPIFUUK,
!! v . , , "rjT'J
Society of ths
Entrant From Aunual
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to tho public an Indem
nity Bond. Many will "be attracted by the fact that you nrc selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with as?ests oor 8 10';,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you aro
now able to tpiotc the ic-ults of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will lor a number of year.-",
bo able lo show ac'ttal rc-ulls on similar Policies.
'HK-xKY B. HVDI5,
Send for illu.stiative pamphlets, or call tit penon on the under-
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
.General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Kquitablo Life Assuranco Society
of tho IT. fi. Jan-l-30
R U Q S & C H
Toilet iticles. Fine Perfumes ,fc Soaps
vine . lluiiieojiatbir K"inedi'.'
Of 15 v i 1).
MANTFACTIMiF.I.'S OF Till
Hollisler's Ginger Ale & Soda Waters
rsixe i:xclisivi:ly tiu3
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
FOH ALL AI3KAIFD 11EYKBAGI5S.
IO FOJ.T STI&Krr. :::::: HONOLULU.
F.tmourt riiund Active it Gulden Anwl
Wrought Steel CookingRanges
With Broiler & Hot Water Attachments !
Corn-mill;! One-third Less Fuel, ei'tnr wood or co.il, than any oilier Stove
in Gxisten.o !
!.& No Brick Work About It ! lust a CI. an Cut Stova 1 "a
Whose Baking Qualities arc Unsurpassed !
This Grate is uf a triangular form h.iviu; threo Mirf.iect which ato ic
ver.sibln, so thnlii hopar.ite tup suifaco c.in be ummI on alternate (Uys;oi if
the one "iirfnce in course of use shows any w . then the other can bo turned
up, mid so on the other, ninUinj; it equal in durability to three di.-tinctCiruliv
-t HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
W'lr Fort btieet, oppo. FprccbuV Bank. Honolulu, II. 1.
15. K. IIi::imv, President A: Manager.
OoiM'itr.r ltnowN, Secretary & Tiea-urer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
Oppo. Hpreckelri' Hunk, : fr'nrt Hi reel, Ilonoluln.
IMPOKTKUS and D15AL15RS IN
Gen'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; end Wedgcwccd
I'inno, Library it Stand Lamps, Ghnndoliors it Klectoliorn,
Lump Kixtiucs of all kinds, A complete assor'.m't of Drills it Filet.,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tlio "Gazollo" 31-wbeelcd Biding Flow it Equaliser,
Bitiebeaid Bico Plow, l'lantero' .Steel it Uoouenookcd Hocb,
LAW), CYLINDER, KEKOSENE, LINSEED,
1'iiniU, VurnUhcH it Uruehes, Manila it .Sisal Uopo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hoho, Jlriorsc, Homo,
K1JUH15U, WIUE-IIOU.VD of sup-rior quality, St STEAM,
Ag.ito Iron Wim, .Silver l'latcd "U'uro, Tabic it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Cape, The Oelebiated"Club" Machine-loaded Cartridge-i,
Hait'rj Piitent "Duplex" Dio Stock for l'ipo ,t Holt Threading,
llarlinanV Steel Wire J'cnco it Steel Wire Mut.t,
', (.1. Fihlior'n Wrought Stix-1 naugen
Onto City Stone Filler,
"New I'roceEfl" Twiet "DrillH,
iinv-2.8 Kcal'i Carriage Faints.
- HwnglwT;iWJ l t " !' '"' J tlIT'tJL't li!l
r n. T "Jv ("I
Circular to Agsnta.
E MIC ALS
cri; ti ".
.ton 15s , Vice-President.
Ci.cu. Itno.v.v, Auditor.
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