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TUKSDAY, APRIL 20, 18'JO.
i LAND COMPANY'S
ItlUll I VI! TIIAINM.
A. M. I'. M.
Li-ove Honolulu st-ivi u .on
Anlie Muimu.1 0:-lS .'JS
Leave Matiaua II :00 -I .00
Aiihe Honolulu 1 1 :-l5 his
I :.-. I
Arrive M'jnaiui .
A lil-ll S'.C
Alo liUne V 11 nimoml, Plow, for Mil
I uuicIm'o sit I in
blnir Kuala for Kilauoa ami 1 lanilcl :it
I p in
Stmr Mlkahala lor Koii.il ut r p tu
Htmr LtkellKe for Maul at r. p in
Mmr Hawaii for Iintiiat.ua ni in -i in
stiitr W 15 Hull for I.'ihaiua, Mrtiiluea,
Kun.u Kan siiiil tin Volcano ui IU
o'clock :i in
Mini Lehtta for HanmUuii p in
Solir Kawallaul for Kooliut
Sehr Maty 1" Fooler for Waliiuac
Simr .1 A CuiiiniliH for Knolau al 0 a in
VESSELS LEAVMa TO-MORROW.
Am bkt.Tohn WniMer, ('rolh. for Port
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
11 MS Champion. SI Cl.ili, from Hawaii
V S S Nlnaio, MfUiiili'.v. rutin Samoa
llr liK Volocitv, Mariln, lrom IIoii-
Am I -iiiitst.il ifhr Olga, V V llodln,
fiom San FriiucNco
Ant l-tumled ftlir Hubert Lowers. I) W
1 Penbttllow, ft oin lot t Towns-
Ainbk.SC Allen, T Thompson, ftoni
JIuw bk l.tnly T.niiipson, V O Sodeigrcn,
fiom Situ Ftsinclsco
Am tctn Allen A, Sloge, ftotn 1'iirel.a
Am bk Potest Queen, .1 OM Witiilhu;,
fiom San Fiancl-eu
Am bk John Dlliuvver, W 1, .lossc'yn,
Am bk C 1) Biyant, .Taeob'ou, fiom San
Am bkt Joint Woratet, r.totlt, fiom
Newcastle X S XV
Am bk Tllllo linker, Cuter, fiom
Am ittn llepoitor, Dipjcr, fiom Ktiioka
For Hawaii per Mtnir Hawaii, Apiil
2110 R Wight.
For San Ftanelseo, per bktne W 11
Dltnoiid, A pi 11 2U S Hojj.tn, anil X
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hull, Apiil 211 ror Volcano, I) M Dor
titan. For Lahahia, Knu ttiitl Kona:
Mrs J Kane, L Lane, Hon .1 XV Kalua,
'I' C towvlh ami vvife.P S Woolsey.MlfS
Jlaldwln.'Mis Hit-baiuls, MIb McQueen
Mrs (! Weight, child and servant, 15
Htar Kaptiand wife, U L IInlo, Mrs C
Itollc, Mi Kttipula, Mis Oteunwell. anil
The bnik'putlno W II Minotid tailed
Ihln afternoon lor San Francisco with
11,180 bitfcs sugar, 10,215 btisj of which
mho shipped by Meters W (! lrvvln &
Co. The (Mi go, welghltiK 1,351,125
pounds, was valued lit Siil.l 12.11.
The ftcntiter l.ehua biotihl 2500 bagi
utigHf front Haknl.iu and 20 head cattle
It out Kawaihac.
The ItatkTIIlie rtakcr was dotkod at
(lie Fiah Market what f this morning to
The Morning Slat is al Hywrt's
The foui-ina'ted m hootier Knbeit
I.n.wottt will finish unloading liercatgo
of lumber lo-ninnow aftciuoon, She
will load Migat alter the hatk C 1)
'i'lic tetn Allen A litis llnllied dls
i liaising catgo. She will leave on Fri
day for ICahitliti, Maul, to load sugar
for San FtaneUeo.
Thebatk Itenj F Hunt, jr, will sail
fiom K.'ihulul lor San Fianeisco next
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY.
A winning way, a pleastnt smile,
Dtes.ed so neat, but nulle lit style,
Jdeny chaff, your time to wile,
Has little Annie Jloouey;
livery ev'nlitg. rain or .shine,
I make ti call twlxt eight ami nine
On Iter whiflioitly will be initio.
Little Annie Roottey.
fl 5, She's my swceiheatt, I'm her benu,
ii hiti'M my Annie, fin net- .ion.
Soon we'll marry, never to patt,
Little Atiiilo Hoottey Is my swecthoatf
The parlor's small, but neat and eltian
Anil net with taste so seldom seen,
Aud von can bet the household queen
Is little Annie llooney;
Tito fne burns cheerfully anil bright,
Ah a family cltelo round each night
Wo form, and every oneV delight
Is little Annie Hoottey.
She' mv sweceheatl. etc.
We've been engaged clo.se on u yeat ,
The happy lime Is thawing neai,
I'll wetl the. one I lovo so dear,
I.lttle Annlo Koouey;
My friends decline I'm In u'JoM,
I'ntll the time comes will not it'll,
Hut one who knows its Mtlttu best
Is little Annie linouuy.
She's my hwcetheait, etc.
The olmMal organ of Archbishop
Kahro at Montreal tleclares there is
no truth in the report that Leo XIII.
is Hearing his end, ami that he hail
nauieii the one lie would like to suc
Willow Springs, tlio town Hint
leached considerable propottions in
tliu Cherokee Strip, has been
vacated. Tlio President's proclama
tion is being obeyed. Much desti
tution exists among the boomers.
WHIiani Oswell Livingstone, thu
last living son of Dr. David Living
N Htone, died recently at St. Albans,
Kngltind. The week before his death
ho bout a congratulatory lettet to
Stanley, who win hh warm filond.
LOCAL & QENEilAL NEWS.
Has'hk ii m r fot Apiil i "ill.
iiiniitill' pup is oll'eied
Oiiin Chat announces
of his business al Kolou.
Si:i: notico of lomovul nf A. I..
.Sunlit It) Itis liiintlcoinu new (iite.
Titt: T'liinloiis' Mtnillily for Aptil,
willt vahi.tble ennlctil!', is it ivctl.
Tin: Paoilie llardwitteCo. will hold
its iinrteily Annual nieeling :t 10
A I'll Mf pnly willt l.tnldiis mil
"dimly I'ltrniug ' wan In Id on tup of
l'tiiiclibowl itf-l niglil.
A iiASiviOMK iantplo of wedding
e.tl.o is hoioby acknowledged, fiom
Mr. iiud Mi.s. .1. H. Wilson ot JMlo.
Mi:MiiKi:rt of Fust DiviHion of
Liiiuolvii1.ini F.dueation.il Society will
Iiud notico of annual mooting clo
wlti'te. Ml'. Wntliel writl In Kiilnikn,Oaliii.
a couple of tl ty ago, to select a mIu
fin a geiiunil nierelianiliHc Htore for
Then. 11. D.tvie. .(; C'n.
Tin: iiiinstiil tintipcof II. 15. M.S.
flunipioti will give tin enleitaiunicnt
nl t lie Dpei i llou-e Hip inciting of
Queen Victotia'H birtlitlay.
Widow liedotl was tepc.tleil at lite
Opct.i HoiiMt by Ihu Ilijoit Comedy
Coinpany Inst night, t a slim liottse.
I'ticlo Tom's (.'abut will he pluvotl on
Tin: Ilijott ("'otnetiy imp.itiv will
give tlio wotltl-fiitued pl'iy, "I'ncle
Tom's Ctibiii," willt new M'eneiy antl
nipoiiitiiiens. Thursday evening.
lio plan iinvv open ul Mi. I.eey'n
Tin, two innn.igeis' rekitlent'." to
contly ooinjdpietl ut llie K'tliukit
sugar plantation me said to be tvltout
the ltnest plunlalion buildings on llto
islnmis. Mr. .1. Ouderl.itic was thu
contractor iiinl builtloi.
Tin: Governnicnt is Inking ineas
uics lor tlio liioio cfl'ectunl h.tfe keop
ing of siiluablo (lociuiiontH in tliU'cr
ciil depaitniuiilB. Somo altoi-alionn
will bo ninilo with tliis objicl in epr
tain chambers of tlte (ioveiniin-nt
A moxiioosi: was caught in :i Tin
ket's Litlle UiMil trap this morning,
on lite premises of the Pacific Haul
ware Company. Previous to being
flapped, the little animal hail a severe
tussle willt n (at, the cat appaicntiy
getting lite wotht of it.
Tin: Hawaiian censtih will likely
be taken this vein, after action by
thu Legislatuu". Mr. II. S. Tovvn-i-otid
is clmiiman of a committee of
the old I.egiehiMiiP, appointed to nt
pott to thu coming Kesoion on the
subject. The work will probably bo
done by the Hoatil of luliitalinii.
Tin: TluLi.r.Ti.v Wi:i:klv Stmmxkv
issued to-tluy coutainsu gteat vntiety
ol repot tii of local evettls. Tito rei'i'p
lion ul Woodliiwn.tho Otidfellows'au
niveisuiy, thu Y. M. L A. uuutial ex
cteiHes, tlte dtamatio acaeon, bamhall
match, and Mottling Star attivnl, all
tno fully set forth. Secure copie.i for
not foteign mniln.
Tin: Loulents of the (invcrnmont
fufeuin Hio to bo trnnefeited lo the
lttflto) Musculo nl Kitmeliarnehii
ScIiooIh IL is eiiiiHtdeied atlviMtbln
Hint the (iOeiniiient rollecttou, the
Queen Km ma t ollecttoii, and Hip
Bishop lollce.liiiit fltould thus be
combined in nno gland Ntttionnl
Jftiseiini of Unwnii.ui and 1'olytiPsian
ytuiosities anil relies.
EVENTS" THTsTeVENI HC.
Drill Co. H Honolulu Hides, al
lCvcelsior Lotlge No. 1. I. O. (1.
F., at 7::0.
Meeting Pacilic Ilaidwaic Co
Executor's salo of household ef
fects of the late Philip Milton, by
Jas. P. Morgan, at the residence,
King street, 10 a. in.
Mney vs. Castlo continues fiom
yesterday at the Supremo Court to
day. .Judge McCnlly presides at
this trial, as Judge Hickeiton had
previous cognizance of pint of the
case beloro coming to tlte bench.
Chief Justice Jurtd has gi anted
the petition of Mrs. Hosina K. Ma
naku, ordeilng that temporary let
ters of administration issue to W.
O. Smith under 8.100 bond, lo ad
minister tlte eslalo of tlio late David
Aukai and Lakana, who
disturbance in the Cosmopolitan Sa
loon yesterday, were each lined Sl.'i
including cost's. this moining. Three
cases ot diunkouncss yielded 18
forfeits. Kaipo was committed to
the Insane Asylum. Two opium
cases were remanded.
Oak View, near Washington City,
the former residence of ex-President
Cleveland, which cost 8--,.r),0()0 Hvc
years ago, contains about !10 acres
of land, and is only a little nearer
Hie centre of tho city, was lecently
sold for SI 10,000.
The Washington branch of the
Federation of Labor, after discus
sing Senator Stanford's resolution
providing for loans to fanners by
lhe Government at a very low rate
of interest, unanimously adopted a
lesoiution approting Senator Stan
.Mm I Cue nl .llr. I'tliMlileli WIMteliu
Uelef i.ml IIhm 'iiiihtlilli .11 .111st
Si. Andrew's Cathedial was
crowded willi a fashionable nudienco
tit one o'clock to-day, when Miss
Constance M. Mist, daughter of Capt.
II. W. Mist, Societal y of the For
eign Olliee, was luariieil to Mr.
l'riedi ich Willipltn Meier, of the
linn of Moici & Kiusc, proprietors
of the Kfk'iha plaitlatioii, Kauai.
Among those piesent weie Mis.
t'apt. Mist, mother, Mrs. Mary
Dnwst'tl, ittitit, anil Di. L'oltprt Me
Kilibiit mid Mr. Alex. MuKlbbin,
iineles, of tlte bride ; His Excellency
J. L. Stevens, '. S. Minister Hest
ilent, .Mrs. Stevens, and Miss Stev
ens: Major .1. II. Woileltouse, II.
I!. M.'s Commissioner, Mrs. Wodc
liotise, and Air. .1. II. Wodehoiiso,
jr.; Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Hon. C.
P. laukea, Capt. McCurlty ot the
'. S. S. NipMe, Mrs. Alex. Mnckin
tosh, Mis. W. P. Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. II. W. Sihmidt, .Mrs. Capt
Puller, Mr. tinil Mrs. A. T.
son, Miss Atkinson, and Mr
Atkinson, jr., Mr. and Mrs,
Damon, Mr. T. 15.
Vice Consul, Mi.
fiunn, Messrs. M.
and ATrs. Hugh
I'. Hobitisoit, !'.
M. Swany, P. M.
, li.il eh, P. Iscn
S. Kay (of lo-
berg, jr., and '1
Tlu bridal party were ptonipt in
ariivai .it the Cathedral. The bride
entered leaning on the arm of her
father, and attended by live brides
maids, vi., Miss Kdilli Mist, Miss
Doia Dowsett, Miss Wodehoue,
Miss on Holt , and Miss Ethel
Wodehotise. The gioom attended
by Hon. E. Mullet, best man,
awaited the party at llie choir steps.
Kev. Alex. Mackintosh was the civ
lebratil, and the service was fully
choral. Mf. Winy Taylor played
on the organ as a prelt.de a yraud
offertory in P by Hatiste, and a fes
tival wedding march by Meyer to
vvelcomu the bridal party marching
up the aisle. The choir sang, "How
weicomo was the call," at the begin
ning ot the service. The bride was
given away by her father. As the
patty left the vestry after the sign
ing ot the register, the organist
played a wedding march while the
choir sang tlte hymn belonging to it.
On leaving llie chinch they were
saluted witlt Mendelssohn's wedding
march on the organ. Tlte united
couple with their friends adjourned
to the house of Mis. Dowsett, where
a leception was given lo a large
number of guests, the Hoal Ha
waiian Hand giving a conceit there
for the occasion.
The bride looked charming in a
licit di ess ot while brocaded sill;,
with train, and a honitoii iacc veil
the same that was worn by her mo
ther at marriage. A diamond cres
cent was the ornament fastening the
veil. She earned a splendid botuitiel
of plumarias and maidenhair ferns.
The bridesmaids were uniformly
dressed in white Indian silk, making
a line galaxy of beauty. Misses
Mist and Dowsett carried bouquets
of white marguerites ti nil tenia,
trimmed with long blue streamers;
Miss Wodehotise, a similar bouquet
willl white und pink libbons; and
Misses von Holt and E. Wodehouse,
bouquets of eoliopsis with lemon
and hroite trimmings all weaiing
huts to match their respective lloral
trophies. Their feet were encased
in exquisite Swede shoes.
The decorations of the chinch
wore Mipoib. The chancel aisle was
a veritable avenue ot raic potted
plants. A magnificent leafed tern
in pot made tin: keystone of an ever
green antl Moral arch in front of Hie
altar. Choice ferns and plants were
dispospd at every point of vantage,
anil tint pews of the choir and front
pews of the nave were made banks
of roses anil otltor llowers.
Tito newly wedded couple leave
for Kauai by the steamer Mikahala
this evening. They will be given a
wedding breakfast at the residence
of Mr. A. Ciopp, Koloa.
THE ANION PICNIC.
Tho committee lias kindly fur
nished advance copies of the pro
gramme for the At ion moonlight
excursion to bo held at L'ctuunil
Grove, Pearl ltivcr, next Monday.
There are twelve band selections
and twelve dances, as follows:
Match Honolulu Ai Inn Ueiger
Ov ei tin o I VMiv.il Coutadi
tiav otte -Holidays I'ilenberg
Pinale llulUail Dnnletii
Ovet tine Ileilin Life Com mil
Medley Oei man Miuchcs Hack
Mm eh Always Ahead Kiiust
Cavallita summer Nights ICIing
Ovetiuie- Light Cttvaltv Suppu
Hymn -Day of Judgment. . . .Schneider
Paiitasta spungTlnic Kllug
Miireh Oloha On Het ei
'Die Watch on tho Rhine.
OIEDl.lt Of MKCI's.
Following is tho committee of ar
rangements red rosette: M. Gold
beig, J. Asch, C. Kaiser, J. H.
Heist, K. II. F. Woltcr, C. Noldnor,
W. Wolters, II. F. Hebbard, Tli.
Wolff, C. Widemuiiii, W. Sttulil
uian, J. Kirsten.
The floor coiiunitlee consists of
tlte following, to wear a blue ro
sette: K. 11. Thomas, C. Kaiser, K.
H. F. Wolter, J. Waibel; M. F..
Livingstono, C. Widemann.
Tho lloor niatiagcr, sporting a
white rosette, is II. I". Hebbard.
Tickets arn Sl..r)0 each and are
gol'Jg fast. Liter information will
ltd given as lo tiniu of tiailis,
t'lillilKMi Itarroil ami souriit'i s Ait
mined Duller the l.nw
Among the Chinese passengcts by
thu bark Tillie Hakcr fiom Hong
kong me two boys, claiming lo be
under II years of age and wanting
permits to laud, in terms of the
clause piovided tor Chinese chilili en.
This is Hint permits to enier the
Kingdom shall be giatitet) by the
Mtnistci of Foreign Aflairs, the Ha
waiian Consuls at Hongkong, San
Ftancisco, anil Shanghai1, "lo Chi
nese children under touitccn vears
of age wliojo patents me residing in
the Kingdom, or who accompany
their parents." Thus lar His F.
celleney the Ministei of Foreign
Allairs lias lefused several applica
tions to issue permits for the land
ing of these boys. Mr. Austin hp.
lieves that they should have got
their permits at Hongkong, where
the conditions entitling them to such
could be moio snlisfaclmih pioved
than bete. If once "Imvs" weie
admitted under proof furnished heio
by any Chinaman choosing to claim
them as his ptogeny, the piobabtlily
is that shiploads of Chinese youth
including some pretlv old bins
would soon airivc.
Uy the sauit) vessel four China
men arrived, of whoe coining pre
vious notice was filed in the Foieign
Olliee. They have lurnishcd the
Minister willt satisfactory bonds un
der this "temporary sojourn" sec
tion, which stipulates that pcimits
may be granted by the Minister of
Foreign Affairs as follows:
"To such other persons as may
wislt to sojourn temporal ily in
the Kingdom, ns ttaveiers, ot as
merchants, having business inteiests
in this Kingdom; piovided, that
such sojoiun shali not exceed six
months; and provided that such
person so permitted to enter shall
give a bond to said Minister, in llie
sum of live hundred dollarrt, liquid
ated damages, conditioned that he
will leave the Kingdom within six
months, and if he shall be found
within the Kingdom after the expi
ration of six months, lie shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
antl shall, upon conviction, lie im
prisoned at hard labor for a lei in
not to exceed six months."
Since the passage of tins law Mr.
Austin has granted about eighteen
poimits for temporary sojountets,
and has kept account of every case
with the icHitll that in none has the
bond been forfeited.
FIRST NICARACUA CONTRACT.
The firnt contract let by the Ni
caragua Canal Company has been
BccuiedbyC. P. Treat it Co. of
this city. The contiacl calls for the
building of Ipii miles of railroad,
from the mouth of the San Juan
to the canal locks of the Atlantic di
vide. The woik will bo completed
in about four months, and will co.sl
from 81.10,01)0 to S-JOO.OOO. As the
gicnter poition of the route is ovet
low ami swampy ground, considei
able pilinsj and filling in willt eailh
will be necessary. When the rail
road is completed, there will bo
transported over it the mtichinoiy
to be used m excavating the great
ship locks antl in cutting through
the Atlantic divide. When this cut
is completed thete will be continu
ous slack water fiom the thiid Allan
tic lock, thirty-three miles from the
Caribbean Sea to the highest of the
three locks on the Pacini side, a
distance of 120 miles, the distance
front ocean to ocean being 1V0
Mr. Hums' of tlte firm of C. P.
Treat iV. Co. says that he and his
partners arc prepared to take any or
all the contracts for building the re
mainder of the canal, and that ma
chinery will be used wherever prac
ticable. In buying supplies and
provisions San Francisco would be
given the. preference. San Fran
Chicago is to have a new hotel
fourteen 3torios high.
The total number of licciiicd
places to sell liquor in New Voik
city is 7,787.
The Illinois House of Kepresentii
lives lias, passed an Anti-Trust bill.
New York dealers have advanced
the price ot ice to i."i a ton w hole
sale. An Ice Ti ust has been formed by
Chicago dealers, and pi ices have
The cottou-planliug undertaking
inthe State of Coaltiiila, Mexico, is
The Providence Journal says thete
aie in six of thu wards of that city
about !'i,000 purchasable votes.
A colored man named Wood, con
victed of murder, has been sentenc
ed at Now York to die by clecti icily.
It is said that farmers of Wood
ford county, lit., arc much alarmed
by the outbreak of hog cholera.
Cows will no longer bo allowed to
run about the streets of Now York.
The Hoaid of Health has issued the
Kvery colored member of lhe .Mis
sissippi Legislature voted foi a re
cent bill to appropriate fc 10,000 for
the orcction of a Confederate monu
ment in that Stale.
The Government Piinting Olllco
tit Washington is now engaged in
lllling one of the l.ugest otders in
its history. This is for 18,010,000
blanks for the use of tho -10,000
enumerators ot Hie eleventh census,
who will begin woik in May. It
will take 1.1,000 reams of papur ami
twenty presses will have lo be work
ed twenty-two hours each day for
six weeks beforn the order will have
Al-'liJL 29, Itfyd.
,lciitili''il ami Impi ovoil in -
A meeting of baseball players ami
patrons was held at the Chamber of
Commerce to-dn.v. linn. AV. F. Al
len piesided, and Mr. .1. fS, spencer
Mr.J.II. Paty stated tliatthe com
inltec for that purpose had secnted
an agreement of lease of thegiounds
wanted from I'm. cess Poouinlke
1'ini for the ears, with piivilogc ot
llveyeais more, tit $2011 pet minimi.
Mr. II. M. Whitney, Jr., icportetl
that 107 shates had been subset ihed.
leaving (lj shates to be taken.
It was moved by Mr. Paty, sec
onded hv Mr. Chiii. Wlldet, and
cariied, that Mr. 0. K. Wilder be
authorized to take the necessary
steps lo procure a iharler from the
Government for the Hawaiian Hise
On motion ot Mr. Paty it was ic
solved that Messrs. O. K. Wilder,
K. Paikcr, and II. M. Whitney, jr.,
be appointed a couinntlec trt pro
ceed to put the grounds in order as
soon as possible, Including the fence.
Moved by Mr. Lucas, seconded
by Mr. P. .1. Testa, and carried,
thai a ten-foot fence bo tutthoiiscd.
The meeting adjourned subject to
The Senate of North Dakota have
adopted the Australian election sys
tem, and the House passed a bill
offering n bounty dining the next
five years for the production of
potato starch and licet sitgtn in
IIMES for iile it the San FrtneKeo
J I'lttlt stote. Putt sltoet. :'.! It
I.. J. LtVH,
Ma Midi it
On THURSDAY EYEK1KG, May
Comedy & Dramatic
Will appear lit the t.teat Moial and
Uncle Tom's Cabin
lilt New Soenetv a. Appointment
1'iist appcai.tlicc of the
Wonderful Child Actress, Dena YYolter.
ti' l'o plan now open.
pitP. quarterlj iiiinuil mi't'tlim: ot lhe
JL I'aellic lltirdvv itc Co., (I.M), will
ho Iifld nt their oillee on WI'l'NIN
l)AY, Apiil 'lUlli. at 10 o'clock I M.
.Iv.. (. sPKNCEH.
.".IU id Secrol-uv.
'I'ltt' tituiiiid iiii'ttlni; of the I bit
-L Ohisloti of the Llliuokiiltiii lain
catlonal Soeli'U will In It.-ld at W.ish
int'loii l'laciriiriisUAY. Mav 1st. at
It o'clocl. 1 M. 'I lie t leelloil of olllcet-.
ami other Impoituiit IxisIiil-s-. call fm i
full allPinl nice of meiulicis. Pavoialili
lepoits h ivc tii'i'ii lecelved of the pio
gress of the tlit co -;irN under the tie
of the Soi lety. All Ilu ineiiilici-. :ir
tiiptestcd to lie prc-cut at Ihi- iiiuiu.i!
uii'i'ling. Hv cult i of the
.111 Jt .Sl'Cllh'lAK"..
A OKAXU Masiitierih' Hill will take
V plnep on THPIlSDAY. the li'ilh
May, lfe0, at the Honolulu Hiiles Ar
iiioij , Heietania Htteet, the proceeds to
he given to the Poitumiesc. Ladles (Jha
rlt.ihlu Association. Tickets of adniis
slon LOO, will he .sold later. .V.'.li id
FOR SALE CIII3A1
HOR.M", Haines, i
Hiako. all i
f.. L. lAPIKltlir..
.lu-t Arrived from llostoii.
C. BREWER & CO.
OHT.lt hOl! sai.i:
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Coming Buggies,
r.Monsiini Top O.duioloi,
Vill ige Carts.
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar,
Piont the celebrated manufiictin v of
Oco. 1.. Ilrovvuell. N'iw
Of lltu well-know ii Dnln A O.-good
Sfiy Tim pith'le aro Invited to lnspecl
these floods al tho stoio ot
0. nKEWEIl & Co.,
ft if liu M Qtiiu'it ftrci't.
h m iA w
tAMMM1tfMNMVl AOIlVNy V- UlajAwy-
Society of the
Extract Fvom Annual
"We pin pose placing in our bands to offir lo the public an Indem
nity llond. Many will be allraited by the fact that you in e selling lhe
bonds of a life instnanuo society with a mvls over S 105,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see ils intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies. will, (as you are
now able lo quote the tosults of twenty year Tuutliic-O give you great
advantages over others, as no oilier company will for a number of yean,
lie able to show actual icsults ou similar Policies.
evay Send for illtnl rathe
.General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the P. S.
D R U G S & C II E M I C A.LS
'l oili t A it teles. Pun IVilumes A- -vims, J'rtli nt tP Ji
A it teles, ltiu lVilunn'
1 "lsoJf-i?,'i":sjii- C ooilf-i,
in l' r Di - t i li
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO
MAN'I KACTl It F US OF
Ho!iis;ers Gingor A'
I SINC L( 1,1 SIVL'LY Till:
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
VOli ALL AKItAlPJ) J1RVF1.' 1L
100 iFOltT MTitl'KT. : ; : ; ; : im.VOMH.-H.
VM. i. M"MWOHIJBJR.',fc3
Famous ("rami VHivi in Kb n 'iil
Wrought Steel CookingRanges
Vith Broiler & Hot Wator Attnclnnents !
Consuming One-third Less Fuel, ei'h'r wood or coal, than any othar Stove
in existence !
No Brick '.Vori. About It ! Just a Clean Cut Stcva ! -"! '
Sakin-j; Qualities are Unsurpassed !
l"C.OA'":Sillo f-irf:J4 0S.
This (Statu is ol a tri iiij;ulai fm in bavins lluee surf.icp- which ate ic
vci.sible, so that a i-epir.ite top -tufiice can be used on alternate day.,; or it
the one siufnce in eotiise of use -Imwi any wear then the other can bo turned
up, and so on the ntlu r, making it npial in diiiabditv to thtee dif-tinct fliutes
HAWAUAS HARDWARE Co.,
Fott stieet,oppo. rfpuekela' Hani:, Honolulu, II.
H. H. Hi'.Nimv, President X Mtiirter
(ionritnv llitovvv, .Seerelary X. 'Iieatiror.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
(I-! m iti:d.i
lpi. MjireVkelh' !5tuili, : S'ort Strt'el, tJonoluIii.
IMPOKTKUS mid DPALHK.S IX
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Geuuino Haviland China, plain and decorated; and We.l&cwocd
Ptatio, Library it .Stand L.ttiipn, Clianduliire t Llectulion-,
Lamp Kixliircti of all kind, A cotnpleto assotttn't of Drills X l'tle,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "(Jiuollo" 'l-uhuoled Kitlini" Plow Sc. I'qualiror,
Hluiboaid Kico flow, l'lantiiih' .Stiel it (fooHenei-Led 1 Inert,
LAUD, CYLIN'DKK, IvP.KOsPN'i:, LIXSL'KI',
Piiinlti, Vainishert k Iltttshos, Manila A. .Sistal Knpn, ,
HAN'DI.P.S OF ALL KINDS,
IIoho, Hose, Hose,
ItUllIJKK, WIKIMIUPN'D of sup"iuit quality, A FSTIlAM,
Avjiito lion Ware, Sihet l'lhled Wmu, Table & Pocket Outlety,
l'ovvdor, Shot A. Caps, Tho ('elehiuted"C,liib" Muchiui -loaded fartridyeri,
HiiilV Patent "Hitplex" Dio Stock fm Pipo A Hull Tlire.idin,
llarlman'h Steel W'ue Pence A Stoel Wire Stiitn.
Win. U. FifhoPn Wrought Steel K.uih'es
Uitln (Jilv Stono Kilters,
"Now Pioecss" Twist Drillrj,
HOV20S9 Niwl's Cirrlngo Paint.
Circulur to Ag&nt .
pamphlets, or call tu person on tlm uuiler-
Ii:l PUS I.N
iV. -so tl.s, J'rtli lit
Hi nn dtf s
.Idiiv :v, Viee-Presldetit.
Ci.oil, HttowN, Auditor.
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