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TIU'RSDAY, MAY , 1800.
OAliU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
IIMllll.Ml 'It! UN-.
A. M. I'. M.
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Aulvc llniioliilii ...
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k. m. r. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu... u-aii 2::!() :i:()ii
Arrive Miinaliil ...10:1S 1:1M ;tiis
J.c.ive Mitniuia....ll :(in l:i:t I ()".
Auive Honolulu. ..11: is L':;tl I:,".;!
chr 1! K Wood. L.ii-cii.
71 days fiom Ncwcatlp, N S W
Htinv Knalu from ICnunl
.-cur Kawallan! from Koolau
Schr Rob Ro from Lwu
Sclir Mllli MiiriUlroiu ICoolan
Sehr K'Jiilllua for Heei.i
Am 'l-iii:isli'il schooner Olgii, Rodin, for
Sclir Kulanunu for Puna, llavv.ill
Haw S S Australl i for Sim Franoieo nt
I 'J in
stnir WG Hull for l,iilin!ii:i. Mnahiea,
Koiia. Kim ami the Volcano at 10
o'clock !l in
Stuir Iwnila tor a circuit of O.iIiii
sehr Millo MonK for ICoolau
Sclir Bob Roy lor Kwa
Sehr Kawallanl for Koolau
For Sun Franoico per -1-ni:itcd .ohr
Olga, .May S-M ll Gaiinan, Mr and Mrs
liooth.K Krootnbei''. Mr iitoriiis and
wifu and I .lapaiicsc1.
From Koolau pci .stnir C I! ItHiop,
May 8 V DarlhiK, Mr I'litrliard, Mlu
ilii'h (L'), I othLM-i, and M duel,.
Three l.irge 4-inatcd auhoouvr". 1.:
Ij,m, Jlobi'rt Lcwor-s and I) K Wood,
uuio In poit ilils morning an iiniiiiial
Tim Morning; Star i out in the
TIio Colusa'o ooal lia- been Iioii;1u by
tin' 1 1 S N Co.
Tin? ulir K K Wood bronglit Mil Ion
I'oal for Mcjimn Wildur it Co.
The Htiiir U II Uliliop lironjrht yotcr
day 700 lings sugar and 71 Ininrlio- of
baiianar fnnu Koolau.
TIip Mnir Kuala bioiiftlit ISDl' liar
imur tills tnoniing fiom Kauai. She
will tal.u tlii'ilinr (J ll Hi-hopS rouie
Tin; 'cltr Olga .ailcd IliK inoiiiin; for
Sui Piani'I-ro with the following earo:
i.'ahtlo & (.'oolcc. 'Jil'.ii: iiag-, 'usai ; I1' A
hehaefer .1 Co. I70.J hags; Tlieo 11 l)a
losA. Co, 'JI10; O Uivwer & Co. Mil
h.igs. Totals: sugar, 1 1,71! Img-.; tou
nu;;e. 870 toils; domestic value, $77,20:1.
Ttie Am bk ColtiMi, Capt C Iliitku?.
which anlv.id vestord.iv i7 davs from
Xeweastlc. X a brought 1700 ton
coal consigned to Moisra W G Irwin &
Co. Tlie Cohi'.a enCMmutoied a tori Hip
hurricane in I at '2:', d g S, and Ion 1 l(i
deg V, but after a ."c ore snuggle of S
bonis, she golK-ifely out of the hiini
p iiie'a fury, w llii tlie loss, however, of
the hhip'R small ho.it. The sclir 1) K
Wood, which also enine In yeteril:iy.
PiicountPied the hame Iiiihu'iuip, and
her los a oonsideialile. Her .alN
w pip split In imtiiy plaep, a bout was
p.irripd away, bcsidp.s .sustaining oihcr
BIJOU COMEDY CO.
Fimclinn Hie Ciickot was playnd
lo a thin house last night, by tin;
llijou Coined' Company. TIip piocp
was well played. This was tlin last
performance, of lliu season, and it is
only simple, justice to the company
to say thai, their efforts from the
first, to the last lo amuse the public
of Honolulu liavo been creditable.
This is true of the company as a
whole and of each individual mem
ber. They were unfortunate in
coming so soon after three perform
ances of the Mikado by local talent,
lo crowded houses, inasmuch as
consideiablo of tho cash which peo
ple who are not wealthy feel able to
afford tor amusements had been al
ready expended. Mr. L. J. Levey
is deserving of thanks for his enter
piiso in ondeavoiing to supply the
public witli so Rood a class of enter
tainment. ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
I'uisuant to notice, a meeting of
the nialo members of the second
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral was held last evening, in tho
Sunday schoolroom, llcv. A. Mack
intosh presiding. Mr. T. 15. Walk
er read a statement of tho church
wardens' accounts for the past year.
Tho wardens, Mr. T. I?. Walker and
Mr. T. Mny, received tho thanks of
the meeting in recognition of their
elllcicnt services in that capacity.
These gentlemen wero re-elected to
the same position for the following
year. Other olllcers were elected
Sidesmen, Capt. II. W. Mist, 11.
i, Hon. M. 1'. Hobinson, Messrs.
Vu W. Jordan, .1. W. J'odmoro,
John Gillillan and 13. Hcrry; Choir
Committee, Messrs. T. May, T. M.
Starkey and Chas. Crozior ; L'inaneo
Committee, lions. A. S. Clegliorn
ami iu. r. uouinsou ami ttie two
i u.. - J . - a J
Ktnpcror William has abolished
the passport system in Alsace-Lorraine.
QEVERAL numbed pounds of Homo
J Mniiutaetuieti hook u.iuiiy lornaio
bv K. Hot it. Piaelleal Confecl loner.
Kte., Hotel tioct,
LOCAL & GENERAL HctYS,
-i a ii i iiu i nili-Hi(il ii In i.
i 'I iir.iu: will he no dtill of Co, A, to
j night, on uoi'oiiiilof llii- Aiiini jiifiiit-.
I i-. .
Mit. Levey's auction miIu of tit y
i j;ooiN will cuntiiiiH' lo-nionuw. at 10
! o'clock n. in.
Tin: in tests up to noon to-day were
( two for druiihonncM and one fn ie
poiving stolen good
j A TKi.t'.i'iioN'i: uipstagp tinm tho
(jiKoni Hospital nl .!:n.) aniioiiin p
IliPilPiitli of W. It. .Seal.
.Ml.'. .Ia. P. Morgan will hold a
huge iTPtlit hiiIp for Mpsi. 1 1 y tint it
1'io.v., on TtiPi-day, W't tliiiiiay, niul
TIiuimIiij of ncAt weel..
Tlii.i.'i: will lie u inteliiig of St.
PetPi'M liitild at Hip lesideiipp of lliu
le. II. II. lioweii, lliisevening.uiiii
iiieiK'ing at 7 :!!0 o'clock.
llofsilliol.i) furniluip uuil pII'ppIs
of the estate of Hip late .lodge K.
1'ip.sloii will he sold by Mi. .Lie. !'.
.Moig.m, on Pridny, May Kith.
Tltr lir.itip.-'leatl of Hit' Lite Philip
Milttui, on King slitpt, and olliet
piopeity belonging to Hip -iiiu
C't.ltP, hip billeil loi s.tle by Mr.
Moigau on the 2 1 Hi instant.
Tin: lite al.iim l.i.-l. uiglit abiiiplly
Iciminated nieelings nl liip i niu
)iinip4 lb. a were in progiPt. at. Hip
time. Tlireo new liicinbein wpip
elppled by lhigiup Coinpany No. I.
Mns. J.. Swcitypr, of Monticpllo,
California, who Imslin'ii on a visit to
her parents, -Mr. and .Mrs. NpuI, ip
luriii by the Australia to-moriow
iiiiipIi delighted with lur stay lien.
. - . -- -
Tin: Post Oll'ipc mail to go by Hip
Aiitrnli.i lo-iiioriow will pIoh- at
I0:!!0 n. in. No IpHpih will be ie
epipd afti'i ilml hour. Poi tho puli
lie convenience the Post (lllii-e will
hu kept oppii until 0 o'clock this
evening. Tlie te.i-on for closing the
mails eaiher than usual is to allow
Hiifllciont tittle for making up statis
tics lequiied by tho Po.dul Pnion
oncp epiy thrpt' ypius.
Tin: fir-it train for Hip pienie
giounds, Kiiymoiiil (iiove, leiues c 0
o'clock this evening, the tccond at 7,
and tho tliiid ami lat at 10:30. The
even o'clock train will bo nmsl con
venient for people who do not cense
woik until the, and foi thai. leason
there i likely to be a l.uge crowd by
thai train. Tlioso who can, will do
well to go by tho tirst tiain, to avoid
Hie incoiivenieiico of ovei crowding.
EVENTS THIS EVENEHQ.
Special Services in V. M. C.
hall, at 7:l'0.
Honolulu Cominandery o. 1
T., at 7:1 150.
Ifccular monthly inceting
Peter's Ciuiid, at residence of Ucv.
II. II. Oomph, at 7:!;o.
Arion Picnic at Kaymoml C.nnc,
front ti to 12 o'elook. '
Aliottt forty lover- of spoil assem
blt'd last evening at the Commercial
ISonms, to witness nparring pxliibi
tions between local talent and others
from II. M. S. Champion. The
first bout was between Mr. J. Dillon
and Mr. Tom Jones, both feather
weights. Alter the preliminary in
troduction of the men, Mr. .las.
Welsh, witli a few appiopriate re
marks,, presented Tom Jones with a
gold medal fiom Prof. John Donald
son, in remembrance, ot their friendly
set-to. The two then gave an exhi
bition, in which Jones showed him
self to be a pretty fair two-handed
lighter, while Dillon was evidently
very nhifty mid a .heavy hitler.
They boxed throe rounds. The
second scrape was between a middle
weight and a bantam, both from tho
Champion. They gave a pretty
good exhibition. Tlie. wind-up was
between W. Waters ami l Towers,
both middle-weights, also from the
Champion. They gave a very clever
exhibition of the art of self-defense,
and were fretpicntly applauded. Tow
ers was the more scientific of the
two, but Waters was there at tho
cud of tlin round, as fresh as at the
j siiuscripiioii was lauen up dur
ing tlie evening for Waters, who in
tends to leave the navy. Mr. Jas.
Welsh announced that on the arrival
ot the Alameda there would be an
other exhibition in which W. Waters
was billed to spar Jem Hall, middle
weight champion of Sydney, Aus
tralia. POLICE COURT.
Peter O'Sullivan and Ned Iiuholl,
wciu charged with violating section
fi, chapter 7 of tho laws ot 188H, iu
that defendants were knowingly con
cerned, on or about May llii, in car
rying, depositing, cic, certain
goods, the importation whereof is
prohibited, to wit, certain opium.
The charge of smuggling on which
defendants were anestcd was nol.
pros'd. Remanded to May l.'lth.
C. L. Carter for O'Sullivan ; V. V.
Ashford for Imhoff.
Jas. lliophy, Thos. Dunlap, L.
L-Kverelt, Thos. Tilday and Johu
Xavier. Chargo of smuggling on
which they were ancsted is nol.
pros'd. They are now charged with
violating section 1, chapter 70, of
the laws of 18S8. That on May ltli
defendants did import certain opium
into tho Kingdom. Hnil $.100 each.
Remanded till Mny 1.1th. Rosa for
Samuel Alexander, refusing duty
on HawaUan baik Lady Lampsou,
lined .r) and costs. Appeal to jury
Two other cases were put olf until
Ill Meul h Mount- 2i-Htt'p.) I'll, mill
liip Ounce JUiH Uiiriii-.iipf oli-
'0llllltCl--H(ClP('H .) illicit.
A few minute past eight o'clock
last night the Hie bell -untitled an
alarm. The lire was at Piinahou
and in the house of Mr. W. R. Seal.
The Kite Depailmcnl sprang pi otnpl
ly to dut . No. 'J engine was taken
to the scene of the Hie, but the dis
tance which had lo be travelled be
ing so great and lliu building being
an old wooden one, destruction was
practically accomplished hotnrc water
could be goL on.
It appears that Mr. Seal, whose
family is in San FtaiicUco, lived in
the house alone. He employed a
Chinese cook, who seems to have
been absent at. the time. Mr. W.
Lishman, who icsides iu tin; neigh
borhood, left his residence in com
pany wilh a native at about eight
o'clock, and while they were walk
ing the native drew ajtenlion to an
unusual light in Mr. Seals house.
Mr. Lisliinan ran with all possible
speed to the house and cnleied by a
side door, tlie only one that was not
locked. Mr. Seal's bedroom was
all in llaiups. Tlie bedding was
nearly consumed entirely. The tloor
was ablaze with oil Irom lamps.
The papered walls wetc burning and
the heal, was terrible. When Air.
Lisliinan entered .Air. Seal was sit
ting on tlie floor, near the end of
lite bed, as though lie had rolled
out. He was naked and in a dazed
condition. Some ciolh or socks lie
had on his feet wetc burning, as
was aUo a piece of bedding lie had
in his hand. Mr. Lishmau snatched
the burning material from his feet
and hands, and grasping Hip help
less man, tried to drag him out.
"Let mo alone, I am all light!"
shouted Mr. Seal frantically, and
shoving Mr. Lisliinan off the latter
almost fell into the fire.
Mr. Lisliinan who is not a very
large man almost despaired of
saving Mr. Seal, who weighs over
two hundred pounds. He kept
shouting for help and was about to
abandon nil cffoitand look to saving
his own life, (the building was then
all on lire and threatened tocave in),
when a nobler fejcling prompted
him. Forgetting self, Mr. Lisliinan
made cfl'oit to diag the unfortunate
man out. "Let me alone," Mr. Seal
said again, but the native entering
just then grabbed one ot Mr. Seal's
hands, and helped to get him out on
the veranda. Other assistance soon
arrived and the sufferer placed on a
bed and carried to the hospital,
where he now lies in a critical slate.
The native boy who assisted Mr.
Lisliinan, had followed that gentle
man iu the beginning, but was
driven out of the house by the
smoke. Mr. Lisliinan, though not
burned, suffers to-day fiom the ef
fects of the smoke which he inhaled.
Hardly anything was saved from
the house. There wus insurance on
it foi SL'jOO iu the Firemen's Fund
Insurance Co., C. It. Ilishnp iV
"'t'jsi: NixoMt nut-
At I :'2') o'clock this inoiulng
another alarm of fire sounded, and
notwithstanding that the boys had
answered a call the previous even
ing and had celebrated the event as
usual, they wore promptly on hand
again. The fne was in a Chinese
store, in a buck block on Nuiianu
street, just above King street. The
engines arrived in good season and
shortly after water was obtained the
llnmcs were checked, and iu a short
time tlie tire was entirely out.
Two Chinese stores were com
pletely gutted. The store of Tai
Wo Wing Co., shoe makers, received
a touch of the lirn and suffered a
loss of a window full of goods. The
Merchant's Kxchange windows and
doors were broken and some of the
TomGow, whore tlie fire is thought
to have started, though no one seems
to know positively, kept a diy goods
business and was insured for .'500
in the Royal Insurance Co., Hon. J.
S. Walker, agent. The other place,
Sui Lung, adjoining Tom (low's,
and which was also completely burned
out was insured for $ 1000, ' but the
policy lapsed two months ago. The
block, which is of brick, is iusuicd
for 8 lo.OOO. as follows: The Lion
S:i000,the Ilnrtford :i000, the Royal
8.1000, the Transatlantic SIIOOO, and
Watei house's S!1000. Damage to
building estimated between Sl'iOO
Tlie following aro booked at W. (J.
Iiwiu A- Co.'s officii to leave for tho
iilales on the Austialia to-nioiiow :
Miss Fanny May, Mnstcis Aitliiirand
lVipy .May, Mis Robt Lowoix, W II
Luwurs, Mir, J Wilton, Miss Mary (.'
Smith, Mis C Iltonig ami daughter,
Miss Doia Lamb, Dr C M Hyde, Mrs
Cavpily, Miss Cnvcily, Master Cnv
pily, L It .Stiles and wife, Mis 7, K
Meyers, Mrs C L Hell, .Iniiies Camp
bell, wifo and family, W lloiboit
Pin vis, wife, child and maid, W K
Foster and wife, Mrs Hyinan, Miss I)
Tiedetiiaii, A (i Rurcluudt, wife and
two children, .1 T Wateihoiiso and
wife, Ii J Lilliu and wife, P. 1) ltob
ins, (J S Patten, Mrs Ciillig, Mr and
Mrs Harry Oillig, O Nnglo, .Miss
Crouch, F S Ungor, .lames Dodd,
Mrs F I'm cons and child, 1) M Doi
iiiiiit, L II Kerr, II W Auld, It J
(Iippii, W P Toll-rand wile, John W
Cobby, George Mclntyie and wife,
A Hocking, J II Mcintosh and wife,
(! II Cheethani, J S Iloylo, Mis A It
Altinan and daughter, II M Alex
ander, Miss C llcnjiunin, James Mil
der, J Currie, Sheffield Phelps, J
Wilcoek, Miss Lua, Mis Feu is, Rob
ert llokstottei, W L Feiris, O'P Hut
ton, Mrs CL Hull, T It Keywoith,
wife ami child.
STEEL SHIP BUILDING III SAH
The ariuoiinccmeiit wa- leeeutl.i
made, by the San Francisco papeis
that the Risdon lion Works weio
about lo conti act for the construc
tion of citikers and battleships for
the new I. S. Navy.
A Hii.i.uiin reporter called on
.Mr. Dyer, the Honolulu agent of
the Risdon Woiks, for inioi million.
Mr. Dyer staled thai his tit m had
always devoted a great deal of at
tention to intuitu1 woik, and had a
complete plant at the Hunter's Point
dry-dock for any oidinniy icipibe
meiits. About fifteen ycais ago the
Risdon Woiks reconstructed tlie
"learner P.olivar, (aftcrwauls Hie
Victoiia). She was lengthened by
putting her hull amidships anil
building iu .)() feel. They also fitted
a complete iron deck on '.he steamer
City of l'eking, and olhetwise
sliciiglhcucd the hull. Many other
similar pieces of work might he
Tlie 1 nion Iron Works have gain
ed great prestige with the Oovern
nient on account of their success
witli the Charleston and have secur
ed coiitiacts for two additional ves
sels. They have entered the field
with a determination to share wilh
the I'nioti the honots for building
The facilities of Hie Risdon arc
quite as great as those of the Union,
and in respect to capital, experience
and scientific acquirements the
rmon has no advantages that arc
not possessed by its rival. The
sbipyaid will be fitted with tlie most
modem tools and appliance", and
will be under the management of
Mr. .lames Otiiier, one of tlie most
experienced men in the I'tiited
Stales. Mr. C'uilcr has been asso
ciated with Roach, and superintend
ed the construction of the Dolphin,
( liicago and many other vessejs.
Tlie prospect is cheerful for Pa
cific Coast workmen for the con
struction of additional vc-els for
the I'liilcd States navy.
No achievement in Geographical
discovery in this century equals,
and none still left to be made can
ever equal Henry M. Stanley's
discovciy of the basin ol the River
Congo. On his last tremendous
campaign, however, through Afri
ca's central forest, he made one
grand discovery, which is of con
summate interest. He has at last,
beyond a doubt, found the veritable
"Mountains of the Moon" of the
ancient Geographic, which wcie at
the sources of the Nile, but whoso
location had hitheito eluded the ex
plorers. They lie iu the hitheito
unvisilcd wilderness between the
Lakes Muta Nzige and Victoria Ny
an.a, and Hie waters of their vast
snowy iiinge flow into the Nile.
The greatest of these mountains
is 13,000 feet iu height. Like others
of the liiountain inonarchs, Dhawal
ageri, Illimani, l'opoeatapell, Kili
manjaro, its name is polysyllabic
and rhythmical Ruwciw.ori.
Something in this word seemed to
have a familiar sound and we
cudgeled our brains for the solution.
We give tlie answer lo our young
readers for a mnemonic ttiins
hour). A fine venerable name for
the old Moon-mountain King, whose
waters llow past the ancient temples
of Kgypt. One thinks how
'Tlie splendor falls on castle walls,
And hoary summits old In toiy."
It comes to one witli a grand sur
prise, to find right there iu the deep
est heait of that continental dark
ness of brutal savagery and impene
trable forest gloom, that glorious
white crescent peak, on which
Kgyptian and flrccian eyes once
ga.ed. Ruwenzori connects the
heart of Africa with the. parent
civilizations of our own race and
times. It rounds out the conquest
of Afiica geographically. How vast
a toil how mighty a conquest is yet
to be achieved for her spiiitual re
demption. The Friend.
The Arion Excursion
TlmrHd.'iy, 31 ay 8, 181)0.
-j"v"",T : ijj
'IMtAIXS will Ipiivo the Depot. Hollo
1 lulu, for the (iloiiuiK at i'.iOO,
7:U0iiuil lOifiOi'. m. I.e.ivu tho Grounds
at 10:110 I', m. and 12 midnight.
.Ms lit I'KltoitDRIt.
pKTWKP.N'IiisaiiP Asylum uuHJiippii
JL street, a Small Sp.nf Pin, "-ei with
tour diamonds and iiiby iu center.
Pindcr will please leiui n to Itn.i.riiN
Otllct! and receive lew mil. .llii lw
m ee n xa noti cj:.
AMP.KTINGoftho lliltMi llenevo
leill Society will bo held on hAT
L'UDAV LVK.NIXti XKXT, May 10.
at o'clock, at Hid Ibltlsh Club, for ihc
piuposo of tnklnu steps for lliu observ
ance of the Queen's blithday. The
animal meeting Is postponed until fur
ther notice. T. It. WAl.KKIt.
.'IS It .Seenl.ll.
''pillS Ii to glvo notleo that I will nol
JL hn responsible lor any debts eon
ti.ieted without my written order.
Honolulu, Mny 1, IsitO. .ii:i lw
OX iicpoiirit of HI health Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed Hi. V., L.
Hutchinson 10 take chargo of his oillen
until liN ipttuii, ."17 if
rl he I.ite John L, 'SlnUdpJI, who '
died in this ( Ity on the 27th ot j
March to.t, was insured in the I
Kqiiilnbie Life Assuianci' Society
for Ten Thousand Dollars.
Pro'ifs of death weie forwarded '
on April .'till, and Mr. A. J. Ctrl
wrlght received the Company's dt'nft
on Mny -ml. or iu It m Hum nut
in ii tli.
Rcfore the FAcculor had leeclvud '
his authority Irom the Court to ad
minister on this estate, the Kquit- j
aide's dralt was in the local agent's j
hands tor payment.
The following table show how
this grand Company meets it-t
in-niii ciuIiim i'iu.i i Tito i:iuit-
tiblp l.ll't- Assurance Koelel.v
in ISM 'i
lll.ATII 1'I.VIMs l'Uji.
No. ot d.i -
after proiiM 'r. 't
nf dentil . j
weieieeelv- r; .5 ?
pil, when 2 -. O
p-iyiiiPiit I u
was made Z ?
On day proofs ' "
were rcp,d..i.l.!l.M,!i,ii.!iT .nl flu.'.iO
(In lt day al
ter ice'jit or
prooN tl.'t.Illi.iis -; :,.'1
(in s.'ddiiy,vc. :ii7.:i:n.."o 71; i.,-,r,
.'id " 1Ms.'.si.7t) ::u l.so
" ltli " in:i.!)::;i.ii: 22 ,w
' ".til " I IJ,!l!ll!.!l. .".0 1.10
' lllh ' ' I77,()l!l!.2r 27 1.'.2
' 7tll " !MI.7i'..i:0 is I (is
' sii .,2.,.m;.-,.:i'i 1 1 u.iKj
nth si..,ii;.;:y 17 I.02
" tilth " " i.il.'.i!l..'i 10 1.11
diy i;H7,!'o la f; 1 n.77
After :i(l and
tin days ... -js-o.'.ttil.il ;;, 1.10
Alter il) d iv s
.iti.l over... .;2:."2;.o.' 7C I .".
III 188!K....V.s-,.'i.7!l7.:5s 1.1.15!) 10J.IKI
The theory of Life Assurance is
that it provides uady money at the
moment when it is most likely to be
of value to the family of the poliej
holder or the executors ot his estate,
SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING
JUSE 1 1,1890.
m.'XNING. i, Mile lu,h. Pip,.
fill .'ill ll.lWlliWtl 111 "'"I lllllM'd.
2nd HAOE '-KING'S PLATE."
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
Heats, best ' hi It, to hame,.. IVce
lor all Il'iwiilian In .-.) hur-i'-.
In ed horse.
I'll1"' loi all Hawaiian
TltOTTING and PACIXii. Mile
HeaH, best !! ill .1, to hai ln--s. l-'n e
5th RACE-"H0SITA CHALLENGE CUP."
Itl'NXIXG RACK. 1 MIIp lush.
Pice for all. Winner lo lie.it "An
gle A's" iceoidof 1:1.".'....
Gth RACE "FUTURITY STAKES."
IM'XXING RACR. . Mile H:.-h.
Hawaiian hied 2 jear old.
7!lt RACE-"HIS MAJESTY'S CUP."
HI NXING RACP.. Mllf Da-h.
Kice for all Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become propel ty of one
winning ll twice. Won bv K. P.
Mile's 'Wonder," lfc8. " '
Bill RACE-"WAIMANAL0 PLATE."
TltOTTING. .MIIp Heat-., best a In
J. Free lor all ti otters that liavo
never tauten It minute. Plate to
become pi operty of one whining it
twice. Won bv P. I. Ispnbeig's
0!h RACE-"OL'EEN'S PLATE."
Itl'NXIXG RACK. '.. Mile Dn-h.
Pree tot all Hawaiian bud horses.
P. Mile Das),.
I ice for all.
Dili RACE-POST MATCH.
TROTTING and PACING. Fne
for all nol having a icconl of or
belter. Horse to be driven by
uiPinhcis of Jockey I'lub.
I2lli IIACC 'VICE-PRESIDENT'S CUP."
KRNNING RACK. . Mllu Heats,
best 2 in :t, C'lip to liecoine. jiro
ppity of one whining It twice.
Won by .1. A. ('nuiiiiln's ''.Sui
13th RACE-"P0NY RACE."
Itl'NNING. Mile Dash. Pie lor
all ponies not over 1 1 hand- high.
14th RAUE-'AMEHAMEHA PLATE."
RUNNING RACK. I . Mile Dah.
Flee for all Hawaiian hied hoise.
15tli RACE "JOCKEY CLUII CUP," HA
RUNNING RACK 1 Mile lMh.'
Hawaiian bred '.I ear old.
'tCi)" Races coming after Tiottlng and
Pacing Races lo be rim between heats.
Hawaiian Jockey GIud
Society of the
Kxtraot Front Annual
"Wp pin pose placing in your hitnth to offer to the publiu an ludcu
nity Rond. Many will "be Hit 1 acted by the fact that you aro selliug the
bonds of a life insurance society wilh risscsts over S1()),000,000.00, and
will not failtijxtii cxtuiiinatiiin to see its intrinsic niprits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you ire
now able to quote the 1 cult a of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other coinpany will for a number of yenra,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
'HFNRV li. HYDK.
tar Send (or illustrative pamphlets, or e-dl in pet sou on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHTf
jCSrneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the l S. Jan-l-tHi
LUSTER &. CO.,
D R U G S & C H E M. J C A LS !
Toili t Artiilp. line Pennons ,C !-''i)i. Pa'.-nt M-di-Pilie-',
Of E -i Dew. ri tii.n
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO !
MANl'FAf'Tl l.'FRS OI- FlIK (KLLRRATKl)
HoHister's Ginger Ale & Soda Waters
i'sixo i:clisivi:l Tin;
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
FOR ALL APRA'ITD HHVFIlAGR's
M)Q RMtT STKKKT. ;:::;; UXI.Hg.y.
l'liiii'.iis ttiiiml i-ii. it. Wold' n Auul
Wrought Steel CookingRanges
With Broiler & Hot Water Attachments !
f-TL. j t y-''; ; '" rrTy."1 m'v "
-' ! '"' J.-i-.l'-V 5l"."''f
Consuming One-third Less Fuel, ei.hjr wood or coal, than any other Stove
in existence !
ltf" No Brick Work About 11 ! Just a Clean Oil Sieve 1 -iu
Whose Baking Qualities arc Uneurpaooed !
Tin- itr.it- i. ot . i truiigul.ir hum baying thipo siutaci-h which an: rc
vmrible, n that a ..pp.ir.ito lop mu face can hi ued on alternate day.s; .! if
the one Mirfaco in cotu-e of uso shciWh.iny wear then the other can be turned
up, ami o on tlu otliei, making it equal in durability to tlin edirtinet Giut-.s
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
WS tf Foit htnet,oppo. Spicekel,' Rank, Honolulu, 11. I.
K. R. Hr.sDuv, Piesideiit ,t Mauiger. John Kna, Viee-Pie-ideiit.
GoiU'ltKi ltnow.N, Si'iTPlruv .viTipasiuei. I'r.uu. Itnow-., Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sju'pckcls' Kttuk, : Fitrt Srit'ot, llnnoiitlit.
IMPORTKRS and DKALKRS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuiuo Havilaud China, plain and decorated; and Wcrigiwaut
Piano, Lduary it Stand Lamps, Ohatidoliprs ,t Klectoliere,
Lamp Fitiups oi all kinds, A complete imnot'.m'L of Drill A Pile,
The "Gaelle" II-vvIipcIpiI Riding Plow it Kqu.ilier,
Bluebeard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel .t GooaPHPoked llw-t,
LARD. CVLIXDKIt. RKROSKNK, LINSKKD,
Paints, V.inii-dien A- Brushes, Manila u Hical Ropi , '
lLANHLKS OF ALL RIXD.S,
.Hose, 'llosc, J6..I0K0,
RUBBKR, WIRIMiOI'NI) of nptior .juality. A- STUAM,
Agiito Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table .t Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A Gap, The Colebi.ited"01ub" .Machiuv-hmdi-d CiUltidgiV,
ll.ulV Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipu A- Bolt Threading,
UititiiMii't. Steel Wiic Fcneu A Steel Wiio Mat, . .
Win. (!. Fislicr'd Wrought Stool Range
G.Uu Oitv Stone Flltpnj,
"New Process" Twist Drilld,
nov-'."J-!HH Xcal'4 Calriage Paints.
THK. - -
Circiilni to Acontn.
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of Gray DESuiiirai i