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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, 11. I., MAY 2, 1800.
Hoard of Htuilth.
Honou-M', April 2-1, lb0.
Sealed tendeiq will b,? received nt
this office until WEDNESDAY, May
llth, ntl2 o'clock neon, fnt the de
livery on the bench at Kahutpapu or
Kalawao, or nt tlie Leper Settlement,
Moloknt, in good order nnd condition,
na average 01 ninety (90) head of fat
beef cattle per month for the. use of
the Board of Health, fot six (0)
months from the awarding of the
The tender should ho for the price
per pound droscd, The hides and
tallow to he the pinperly of the
ThnlSoaid of Health does not hind
itself to accept the lowest or any hid.
UF.O. C. l'OTTEH,
o.T7 31-138 3t Secretary.
THE LILIUOKALANI SOCIETY.
The Liliuokalani Educational .So
ciety held its fourth annual meeting
yesterday, nt Washington Place,
residence of the President, Princess
Liliuokalani. Airs. J. II. Hiown's
report as Secretary showed progress.
Good reports had been received of
the two little girls kept by the. ho
cicty nt Knwaiahao Seminary and of
a third at East Muni Seminuty. Mi'ti
Louisa Hriekwood, Treasurer, pre
sented the following Mutoineut :
Due 8 r,l ;,()
Dl ldend lee Stock SO 00
Donation. Mrs. .tone? .".00
Cn-h on hand May lft. lfM 1 Sii 10
Tuition of thiee little glilfi.
JVi-i?w,t to i.alhrr Stet nor Pirtyt
Hut rAttiblisl.nl for the btnelil of all.
PHI DAY, MAY 2, ISilO.
Uuhinec on hand 1-1 '
The following ollleen weie con
tinued for the ensuing year:
President Princess Liliuokahuti
Mrs. II. R.Macfnilunc
Secretary Mrs. J. 11. l'.rown
Treasurer. ..Miss Louisa llrickwood
Directresses: Mrs. A. Ifosn, Mrs.
W. E. Poster, Mrs. Malcolm Brown,
Mrs. Afong, Mrs. A. Fernandez",
Miss Mary Buckle.
The Second Division will meet at
Washington Place to-motrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
A FAMILY MAN.
One of the patty had just read a
newspaper paragraph concerning the
prolillcness of a Georgia family,
when old Gen. Madllcltl said:
"Yes, twenty-one children aro
surely enough for any one family
that is, if the father and mother nie
not very fond of children. I have
know ii of families, however, uheio
you might take twenty-one out of
he Hock and then some one, looking
Anctlon Salos by James F, Morgan.
AT II O'CLOCK. NO OX.
at the lest, would xMV.'Mvgrncinim! , At my Saleroom, Queen sheet, 1 will
I never saw the like of children.' I c" ttl vm Am!ll"'
I Lots at KaDiolani Park,
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of Apt II. 1MI0, n- 7:i.
distributed .is follow-:--
AN ABORTIYE CONSPIRACY.
The following is from the Friend :
It appears to be true that two
weeks since, plans were concerted
for a night surprise and capture of
the persons of the Ministers, nnd of
1'ie Station House where the Gov
ernment arms arc kept. This was
with the intent of inducing the King
to lcslorn the old ruder of things
and appoint the duet conspirator
to power. The plan failed tor lack
cif adequate support before the Gov
ernment got wind ol it. We con
sider it certain that the influential
leaders of the opposition have no
disposition to employ other than
constitutional or lawful means. The
motive for the conspiracy is believed
m have originated in influences out
ude of the Kingdom. We think it
improbable that the King was privy
toil. The whole affair has served
to prove the strength of the ele
ments in favor of Law and Order.
The fniegoing may be coireet. lint
until evidence is forthcoming in
proof thereof we shall icgard it as
incorrect. Wc d: not believe a
word ol it, nnd consider the whole
thing a groundless scare ground
less as far as truth is concerned. If
the Fiiend can produce evidence in
-upport of its belief, wo shall be.
glad to hear that evidence, ho far
wo have not heaid a panicle of evi
dence ; nothing but false ruiuor.s.
AH AHROW-ilOOT MACHINE.
'1 he following, which relate1' to a
machine that may be just tho thing
for making "pi.i," is from the Plant
Mr. John llair, a gentleman who
has recently been in .lava nnd the
F.a-t Indies, inform u- that there is
a machine in use there for rapping
and pulverizing the roots of sago,
tapioca and even tarn, which is thcru
ued and called noble. He has pho
togiaphs of tho machine and its vu
lious parts. The cost of the ma
i bine aric from 81,200 to $2,500,
:n cording to the amount it can turn
out in ten hour. The smallest size
will prepare over 25,000 pounds n
day, at a eiy trilling cost. It first
washes and cleans the roots, then
grates them a tineas can be desir
ed, then dissolves the grated mass
in water, the product, when dried,
Under 1 jtar.. . s
From J to .1 7
From ft lo 10.... I
From 10 to !tt... il
From V0 to tin... II
From :!0lo 10... 2
From ID to ftO. . . 7
Fiom 50 lo CO... :i
From (into (!... '.'
Over 10 10
.11 Fem.de-! m
..Is I Cli.'.it llrliabi.... :i
. .11 American:....
. . :l j Other tuition
Chlne-e. . .
cW-l HI' PCATII
1)1. of Henri..
Dls of Lhcr...
Hemorrhage . .
Tvplmld Fixer.. ;t
Tumor of Lungs i
COMl'AUATlVi: MOM'III.V MOKTW.m.
Population K-timaie -
Animal death i.-ite per HO) per
All olliei iiitil.nialllles -Js.!)!!
('. Jl. Kr.VNoi,is,
Aaeiit Board of I ieallh.
A VERfpTElSANT EVENT.
l'lily-seven years ago yesterday,
the Ucv. Dr. Lowell Smith landed
in Honolulu from the baik Mentor,
Captain llic-c. lie was accompanied
by Mro. Mnlili. At that time there
. w'eie no hacks or street cars, nnd
Mrs. Smith was taken up totwi in a
In.ndcait, while the doctor walked.
The anniversary was celebiated yes
terday at tho residence of Mrs. It.
!'. Dillingham, daughter of the ven
erably doctor. It took' the form ot
a lunch, nnd there were present on
this interesting occasion, Hon. S. X.
and Mr. Castle, Mrs. Cooke, Mr-.
Mary Bice, Mrs. Mary Howell, Mrs.
Tersi Taylor and Dr. Lowell Smith.
All of those above mentioned have
been on the islands over Jllty yeais.
Of coue they hud a great deal to
talk about, and before parting,
prayer was offered up. Mr. nnd
Mr. Iimond,.ind ?.Irs. Paiker weie
not well enough to be present. Dr.
Lowell Smith is now eighty-even
and a half years old. Advertiser.
UKGLE TOM'S CABIN.
The presentation of "I'nclc Tom's
Cabin" by the Bijou Comedy Corn-
Some time nao I traveled on
horseback through the northwestern
part of the State. One day I fell in
with a rather companionable old fel
low who jogged along on a pony.
At night, ou one occasion, we stop
ped at a house and requested ac
commodations for the night. The
owner of the place, a newly married
young fellow, treated us with much
courtciy, and the ne.t morning,
when we proposed lo settle, he
would not accept a cent. While we
were standing at the gale, my com
panion, addressing our host, said:
"It seems to me that I have seen
"'Is it possible that you don't
" 'I know your fnce, but I cannot
recall your name,"
" 'Vhy, I urn your son Bill, the
one that married last week.'
" 'Why, how are you; shako, old
fellow. 1 knew that one of the boys
got married ; but J'll be dinged ef I
didn't forget whioh one,'
" 'Ann's married, too.'
" 'Ann who5'
"Whv, sister Ann mairied veslei
day.' "Your sister Ann! Oh, yes,'
he exclaimed, with sudden recollec
tion, 'the one with long light hair
and one eye a little out of plumb.'
" 'Oh, no. ,on aie thinking of
" 'That's a fact, I have got them
mixed. Let me see, Bill, what was
your mother' name':"
" 'Kuiily; wa old Archie Smith's
" 'Ah, hah ; but do you remember
which one of wives she was?'
" 'The fouith one, I've heaid her
" 'Yes. so -lie wa. M.v stars,
how time docs tly ! A family grow
up around a man before he can
scarcely realize it.'
'How many time have you been
married V I aked, as we rode
"He took out a greny old account
bonk, turned lo a page covered with
llgures. and said ;
" 'Ten times. Haven't had the
best of luck with my wive.'
" 'How many children.'
"He scratched his head in enibar
lassed way, and leplicd; 'Now
you've got me. Bill; back yonder,
is pnlly goo.l at llgures: but I never
could do much in arithmetic?"
Xn. M), ft, ft!2 A ftn.
'I ho Lots lire situated, opposite the
(muter Pole on the main road. The
Lots are fenced and have water laid
There U a lntfjo stable w 1th box stn'l
nu the Lots making u convenient lot for
horenien nt the Ulh of June race-.
lQn For paitleuhu-s apply to
J AS. V. MORGAN,
OF NEW YORK
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for it return of nil premiums pnld in ad
dition to the. nlnount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of jcais, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with interest; or, Instead' of accepting the policy and profits in cash the local holder
may, WlTHOUTMKDICALKXAMlN'ATION' nnd WITHOUT FDKTHKK PAYMKNTOF PllKMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits In FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticipaiing annually in dividend').
Ueniember, this contract Is Issued by tho oldest Life Insurance Company In the United Slates, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Would, Its assets cxceedlig One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dollars.
aUr For full naTtlciilais cull on or address
s. xs. ii-eogtfx:,
Dcc-i.M-80 ' Ucneral Agent for the Hawaiian islands.
Administrator's Sale of
1! oidrr of Cecil Brown. K-u., Ad-
mhi'l?liator of the IMnto of K. lYMnn.
deceased, I will sell at Public Auellon,
at my H.ilcsioom, (Jueen stieet,
On MONDAY, May i, 1S,
AT I'i OTMM'K XOOX.
100 iharcooflho Capital Stock of
tho Hawaiian Investment Co.
Far Value $'X Kneh.
I Slure of Kapioldiii Pork Associa
tion. And at -ana- time I will ell
$5,000 Government C Per Conk
25 Shares cf Intor-lsland Slcom
Navigation Co.'s Slock.
B UN Cu U& Wk
khHhRm HBy m U i
ALWAYS OX HAND AND TO OKDKH
Fresh Cakes, Pies. Buns. Rusks. Doughnuts, Picnic Bolis
Finnilv Hi end,
Huston Onc!;t r.
lilii ami Saloon Broafl, Jnilos, Giiioi' Snais, Coffee Gates, Bic, Etc.
? And will be DKL1VKIIF.I) PItEE of CIIA1K1E lo any pint of the city. $
Collie, Ton. t.'hovolnto A Milk,
Soin-ed PIk'h Feet, Cold Hum,
Spiced Tongue, Spieed Heef, Salad., Etc.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
A LAIini: ASH01ir.ME.VT OF
lil & Cigarette Tolmeco, rines, Cigar & Cigarette Ilolilern, Cold Drinltf, 151 e.
fJ Open fiom :i:I!0 a. M. until i::iO v. M. Saturday night, open all night
Mutual Telephone. 2-11. Post Office Hox 178.
I!. 11 Telephone 2fi2.
.J AS. F
M OHO AN,
LANDLORD'S SALE OF
Goods & Chattels
llixtruliirit roe tli .nii-iinjmeiit
ol' I tent.
ten a b or?a a
3 iritis g U
r n B R y ' a
i m ra b i i :
ri. ii i Fiiu.i.ir
I :et Nielli bill one lln-.seauli!
On SATURDAY IIVKHIHC. 1
Comedy 4 Dramatic Co.
Will appear hi the Fie Ai-I I'l:i.
THE TICKET- of LEAVE MAN
t"S" Hon plan now open.
A liltANl) MATIN'Li: will lie lv.-n
mi s Tl'i:iAY when will tin piceuled
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Whieli w.is so well leeched on
tT limns open at
I am histiueted by .Lime's It. llolt,
Jr., to -I'll nt Pnlille Alietlon
On MONDAY, Mny 121 Ii,
.vr to ii'i'iiiieu a. si..
I )f stiid da . tit iiij Siih sioom, oti iin en
Htieet, hi the I lt.V of lloiiubllll. the fnl
Inwliig de-erllii-d IioiiiN and C'hutleUof
Foul. Liiiij;, ti I He teteint of .-aid Jatr.c
K. Moll, .it., in k.iiil Ctlv of Honolulu,
ilHtriihifri forarretiis or lent.tiuil lu
liibecn held Hie fintutnry leimth of
tlineb) the sttld James It. Holt, Jr., l:
Chinese k Japanese Crockery,
And Olhei Wiire-s. Ciuhis and Oilier
(ioiids, ( battel-, anil Fifeels ot ..dd
Fool, Ltin. iiil;en froin lds--iuie in
'Itoli's Hloek.'" Nniitmii -troot, In -.ilil
( ll, of lb lulu
. IK. F. .WOIUJAX,
J. M. MiMnirtit Atiiitni' for I.iimI lout
lUmoliilii. A piil L','.. I.Sflli. Msul
choicY bbbp" cim" !
At KtibiKbmi. Mnui, there will be .-old
at Pnlille Auction,
On TUESDAY, .Uny 'iOlh,
COWS, HEIFERS and CALVES
(SV'I lie Clilll.- can be seen .l! lite Fell
of Kaliikilllll tinvtiliii' bi'foie llie ss.itn.
:.:?! Iw J. C. FLORES & CO.
:;. : mm :M
6iipr He, Hop Alt, GnaliM, M$mUl
Sole Propriotoro of BAILEY'S SABSAPAKILLA & IRON WATE,
la, Biiml WalBH, Etc.
u- All eonijiiHttleatlona anil orders Elronhl bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
tale Htv StfHiP Fillfr !
being the fine tapioca, sago, or puny last, night pleased a larjjc au
tii row-root Hour ol commerce. He
believes that taro Hour can be pre
pared by this machine so as to make
ti far ninre marketable article than
whtil is now olfercd. '1 he subject
is well worth iinehtijfatin by those
interested in the mailer.
1 1 is thought now that Admiral
I'.rowu will leave shortly to visit the
Aiclio regions to look after the
fishery iutcicsts. In case the
(.'liiirl'estmi is not able in go he will
bo obliged to transfer his Hag to the
The l'. S. steamship Alert will
shortly to into commission, and it is
probable that Captain Coghlan will
II is said that the l S. Covern
lncul will be represented in tho
llchiing Sea this season by the to!
lowing vessels: l'inta, Alert, Han
ger, Thetis, Hear, Corwin, Hush and
probably the Iroquois.
The Monnduock is to he completed
at Marc Island navy yard.
The unemployed workmen of Home
declared they would parade on tho
li'.th April, and the Italian Govern
ment ordered the military to sup
press all demonstrations. Trouble
Kuiiiia Nevada has entirely re
covered fiom her long attack of in
lluenaa in Spain, and will soon go to
Lille to upueur in Lakuie. Shu will
leluin to Spain to smjr in opera at
dience. Walter Adrian made, a ca
pital FncleTom, and the traditional
Le'grce was fully portrayed by Frank
Cleaves, lloraee Kwing never fail
ed to piodueo heai ty laughtSffiis
.Marks the lawyer. .Mrs. Kwing
showed Aunt Ophelia very well.
Some local talent fclionu in the sup
port, AV. II. Iloogs making up and
acting Tom Loker in good style.
Uena Woltcr, the eight-year old
(laughter ol Sir. K. II. F. Woltcr,
gave as nice an Eva us could be
wished anywhere. Not only did fcho
ring out her lines as clear as a bell,
but her acting was us nearperleet. as
possible. The play will be repeated
at a matinee to-mono w afternoon,
when L. J. Levey will make his de
but as the auctioneer.
Hawaiian Lime I
H'i.-.o vi'.n uitiii:i..
PACIFIC HARDVARECO., L'D,
MI! Mile Agents. 111
Late of the Ci.sioiiim
Hes leave io iufoim the public, merchant-and
other.-), that he IsUiepaieil
to iinileii.ike the colleetion of bill-, ap
praiser woil;. anil maklii"; Inxenloiic
oi hnuLiupt anil other stoel.. T.Mie
'illbi( done with neatness and ills
patch ami at miitlcrutu r.ites.
Bell Tvlehlione 401: P. 0, Dox 333.
rpilIS I-toghnnoiiee ihtit I will not
L be ropoiirlbli! for any dcbli 1011-ti-.ieted
willunil niv written order.
Honolulu, May 1,1MMI. .'i:'. Iw
UIIN CHAT, l.ttely iloiiiK a dry
V. gondii and Chinese prosi-lou liti-d-nes
with others, at Koloa. Kittl.ll,
under the linn ntiuie of Nee Shun Co.,
litis sold out bis iuteiest In s-ild bu-I-ne-s
in Clilng' Yet, who u-Muncs till lla
billlles and collect- nil bllN of -:iid Nee
f-litui Co. oil Iw
.NOTICE of ttfi.UOVAL.
i .' "
Iiim Ai lived fiom IlOitnu
A 1 1. SMITH having leinovnd in the
J V. New llllek Siliue, on Foil Mleet,
next to Mr-. Luck'-, the -loin will be
closed from Apt il IKMli 10 May .'Hi, lu
older to leniiaiio the i-ioelc. One ne
lieuwlllbe ;;heii In Siitiudny'- p.ipcr
or the opening day. Ml Iw
ir i i?dc iv nn
UJUJUJIO QU JJ.
havi: Ji'sr uKrr.ivi:i) a t.ry t.Aitoi: ASSoimttiNr w
Staple $k Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Ootid.V IPsavaiislaiiig' Goodie, &o., Ace.,
All will be sold at lte.vsonablo Fiiee.s.
&& Our DrcseMnking Doparlnieul under the inanagoinent of MISS
CLAI'K will be re-opened about Jfny l'Jlb.
The-e Filters are eaillv ele:ined,
and NKVKK become CllAOKFl) or
(MtAZKl) by ehange of l-inperniuie of
The Filleting Medium 1- a NATFK L
STONK, ml I fiom lliee.uth It
inillke aiiv other stone.
It Does Nol AliMorli and
Become Tool S
IMPL'ItlTIKS never PKNKTItATR
It, but He on Hie Hirfnc, and Inteimdly
the stone jinnalus a- pine mid white,
after. veins of u-e ti.- when I'iken from
Pecifsc Hardware lo., LU
1M. classes on 'I L'KSDAV, May itth,
Hiawlngiinil Painting lu ()11 and Wil
ier Color-, Light A Simile. Still Life
and Flume Painting. Studio: Spiee
I.eU' Itloek, Foil street. .MO :2w
AfiKAN'O Ma-fiuerade Hill will Hike
place on WLliNKSHAY.tltn llth
May, 1 MX), at tho Honolulu Kiiles Ar
nuny, lienittiula stieel, the pioeeeds to
ho given to tho Pniiugiuo Ltu'ilii.s Cha
ritable AssoehUion. Tickets ol admis
sion isl.00. 'J'lekets may bo had at Ila
walliiu News Co,, Hollltter & Co., P.en
t.on. tjmllli iV Co , T. 0. Tluiiin, 0. .1.
McC.iilhy and IL .1. N'ollc, .'.fin Id
G. BREWER & CO.
Ill TF.lt I'OI! SAM'
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Corning Buggies,
Intension Top Cabriolet,
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar.
Finin the eeleln tiled niiiuuftielory of
fieo. Fc lliowiu'll. New
sin.,- cm,,-...., . Gustav k. Gcliumaii
Pianobox Buggies, ;
Kxjno Wagons, ,
The i.ite Pltv Stone Filler Is ti per
fect sneei's-. It I- thu only icnl lllter I
hiivn c cr seen. 1 would not be wltliour
one foi uny eonsUlerntlnn. It eonuut-)
our lake water Into the best ililnklng
water in the woild.
llKMtV M. I.VMAX, M. P.,
.V::'. Wit Ailauis Si , Chlctigo.
AltlllVAL OF Till-: 1IAKK "J. 1. UIIKWK11." FFLL LINKS
PlmtiM SnipilBi -:- ai --:- General fcliaiise
aill-l OLD ESTABLISHED FAVOK1TF
Eddy Refrigerators & Ice Chesls.
A New Line of (UtiHswaie Just Hcceived. .
liclinhli! (loods tit HeaBonablo Pi ices.
PACIFIC IIAKinVAllE CO., (L'i),
Fort & "Mci chant H(h.
X3T For Stile hj
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
()iioiile 5-pteckel- A, t'o.V Ptotk,
4111 ti Tort slreei, Honolulu.
COHSKK HOTEL & FOKT STUEKTH.
iew Goods. Ilew Goods.
Of the well-known Dole ,v Osgood
tT The pub le are Invited lo Inspect
thi'Mi (!ood- at tho store of
.V.r ltn ill Queen Miect,
No. 79 & Ot : : Kln.j Street.
At IV. Wriyht .V foirn.
Uavlntr leceivul a full nssnrtiiinit of
I'nn la Jc Trimming Mrtterlnls from the
Knht, I am pruinircil loiivecuteall older
w-Ub ueuluess nr.il ilesptttch nt vary rea
Full Lines of Lawns I
Full Lines of Batiste !
Full Lines cf Persian
ALL AT 25 CENTS 1'F.K YAM)
Lies' Misses1 & CHiWs MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
-AT VEKY LOW l'HIOL'F-
Conior Hotel & Fort H(voo.
""''fflw if "i 1 ill