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MONDAY, MAY l'- 18U0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAHD COMPANY'S
jsniut Ah tu.vis.i.
A. St. V, M.
I.o.ivc Uouolulu n :0o 2 :0O
Aivhe Mnnmu 0:18 2:13
Leave Mninm-i 11 :0:i -i :CO
Arrive Honolulu It its' I:!
A. M. 1 M. 1'. .M.
Leave Honolulu... 0:30 l'Jt'.iO tlion
ArilvoMnimua ...10:18 lilH r.tlr,
Lo ive M nii.inn . . . . 1 1 :00 1 : ill -1 :(),".
Aulvo Honolulu.. .11:13 2:111 -I :.::
Am tein Vcatn, l'tldoiliorp, '27 d.ivs
from Port Ulakuly
Stmc Ivvnluiii from ll'ninakin
Stiur Mlknliala from Kaiul
Sclir Mnry from llnnal"l '
Sclir Wulciui from Kaitnl
Am turn Eva. Wlkuiiui, 20 dnjs from
.Stair .1 is Makeo for K'tpaa ar fl p m
Stiiir Wninlea'o for Kllauen ami llatia-
k'i al i p m
Slinr Alukollifur MoloknlotOp in
Stmr.T v iiiiimins fur Koolau at 0 a in
iscbr ICa Moi for Koholalclo
Haw bl: Lady Lampum, Sodergren, lot
VESSELS lEAVMi! TG-M0P.RDW.
I.'tmr Kinnu for llllo nnil way ports at
2 p in
,'itinr Mlknhnln for Ivnun! at 5 p m
Sttnr Llkeliko for 21 nut tit ." p in
f-'ehr Man for Ilanalci
.Si.'hr Waiehu for Kauai
Sehr Luka for ICohala
From Maul pur .tmr Lil.elike, Mn 10
Cbiis Allen, Ah Piny, J J Drimimoml
and child, O Alice, Kim Fau, Miss Meh
luin, Atotifr, U Kahiiulelio, Mm JO
Howie, Mrs ivancalil imd daughter, Mm
14 Ohrt, Mrs Xum, D Goodalo, II U Car
ney, Geo II Tweedlc and 12 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II MS Champion, St Clair, from Hawaii
I'SS Nipsle. MeCurley, from Samoa
Am l-uinsteu sclir Holiert Lowers, I) W
1 Penhallow, from Port Town-
Am his Forest Queen, J CM Winding,
from Snn Francisco
Am bk Tiillo linker, Carter, from
Am tern .Reporter, Drover, from r.iucka
,m bkt C O Funk, A "U GUser. irom
Am likt Kllkltat, K D Cultlor, from Fort
Am bk Cohun, l.jekus, from Newcastle,
Am 4-mnstcd sclir V. K Wood, N C Lar
son, from Newcastle, .N h W
FOREICIJ VESSEL3 EXPECTED.
IT ii F Charleston from San Francisco
duu May 22
Hrgt J D Sprcukels. from Sau Ftancisco
(for ICiihului) Mnv 11
ilk Alex McNeil. Friis, from San Fran
cisco duo iay '.)
Sclir Puritan, from Sau Diego, due May
BktJA Falkcnburg, from Porn, (for
Kriliu ill) due May 7
llr ship llleugtlcld from Liverpool, due
Aug 2 1
Schr Alcalde, from Port Ludlow, due
Bk Atalauta, from Pugot sound, due
Jlkt G V PerkhifS. from Porn, duo May 8
Oer bk Adoni fiom Ilrcmen
florbk Faint, from Xew York
Ilk Uuclo John, from Xcweaitlc, duo
Schr Oolden Shore, from Sydney, due
Jt M S S Alanmda. Mor.e, fiom the
(Jolouifci1, duo May ill
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Marston, from
Sau Franchco, duo Mny 12
Ukt IJlscovt ry, McNeil, from San 1'j-au-
ciaco, dun May It
Ainbkt Irmgaid, A II Paul, fiom Sau
Francisco, dtiu May la
jt Lurlino, Miirstou, from San Frau-
' Cisco (fur llllo) dun May lfi
lll't i""0" Winki'lmati, from San Fran-
' ciaco, l"o May 17
BUt Planter, J'w, from Sun 1 raticlsco,
duo May M
Ugt W G Irwin, McCulloeh, from Pan
Franc-Uco, (for Ku.hu ui)duo May 21
HBMSuwn, fioitl anuimalt, 14 C,
duo Mny :u ,
lir chip IJonowdale, from Liverpool,
iluc May 7
SHIPPIHIl HO rts.
'I'lio stoamcv Likclikc brouglit 7.103
bgs sugar, 3.'1 sk potatoes, 15 hogs, ti.j
bVdes, 2 horses, 21 bgs com, 100 pkgs
suudrles , , . , ,
'I'lie steamers M.lknlmlii mid Iwamnl
brought yesterday f177 nnd i'2:t8 bngs
Tim tern Yoata brought on Sattuday
:j7,830 feel lumber and 100,000 shlmilM
to Messrs Alleu.t Koblii'ou from I'oit
The tern Uv.t, C'apt .1 O ikmaii, ar
rived to-dav 20 ilnvii fiom Eureka, with
' u'5(t,307 feet' lumber and 120.000 shingle?
for Messrs l.nvcrs it Cooko.
The bark I.adv Lninp-xm sailed to
dav for fan FruncUco with 11,102 bags
,. ,",.ii- iiiimic'd as tollows: Catilhi .;
Cooke. 2000 bgs sugar; Theo 11 Davles
A Co, 3a3(l do; O III ewer & Co, (iOUU do;
lonnage, tiS8 tons; domeulo viiliiu,$iVV
'i 6.71. .
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.
A mepttng of tlio mdnibors nf llio
IkitWli llenevolont Sooloty was call
ed for Saturday ocning, at Uiu
Hrltiih Club, to consider tho nmtter
nf celebrating the Queen's birthday,
the 24tli instant. The attendance
was small. The object lor which
thu meeting was called was talked
over, and tho lollotvlng resolution
ndoptetl : That in view of the vnrioin
atmuoments already arranged for the
J4th, tliis meeting doca not deem it
wise to suggest any special observ
ance of the Queen's birthday.
LOCAL & CEilEnAL HEWS.
roir.uir. i ndveilinl Id.
A I'imi Oll'ieo bank hook linn luen
MoCti.i.v, J., sits tit t'haiubci- tins'
Tin: murderer of Clin, lliniin Iuim
not luen cnuglit yet.
iVoTiliNO of tiprrml intcrC.'t in tin
Police C'ouit this lnoriiing.
A HEta'nn is wauled by Mr. I'ny
fotd for llio boi'i'-elioein Undo
Tlic .S. V. Cull, April 27, has an
pn;,'rning of Mbs Irtiignrd Si'lincfei.
Mil. I'M lorn tbiiiikscveiybody who
itfsiled to save bid place fioni des
truction by firo.
ChviNii to tinfnrspen reasons there
will bo no meeting of .Afystic Loode
K. of P. this evening.
Tin: decoration.s of tho lliil'
Aunory for the mnsqucradu ball on
tin' Mtli will be elaborate.
Mr..".!Uj. Compbell, Marshall t Co.,
chipped -1,'iOO buncbo. of bananaa
valued at ?S,sn0, bv l lie last Aintra
lin. A kfavakii of ip20') is ofi'cu'd for in
formation that will lead to (bo appre
hension of llio inuider of Clinics
1 1 tram.
A ITM. icpurt of tho thieo fitt
days of the llilo Com I iirococdingH
will appear in tho I!fi.t.i:riv Si'.mmaiiv
Wii.mam Wbiybani, a ioiiuer iesi.
dent of Honolulu, lint; been ancstcd
in California on an ohl indii-linont
A ::AriVL who caught bold i,f tlio
clcotiic wilt- at tin- iiie Saturday
night, in nuw nl the (Iiippii's iltwpitiil
A STiti.voof cbroniosntl.icbcd to tlio
'hooting gallery on Hotel sheet drew
a, large crowd cf peoile, inoslly na
tives, this afternoon.
Somi: of tho bos of tho Mi
kado Company have u colored photo
graph of themselves on exhibition at
King Drofi., Hotel strr el.
Ituwinr and .laeobbon occupy an
ofliec on Queen street, with Hustaco
and Robertson, an accountants, col
lectors, custom bouse btokcis, etc.
Tiik loniains of Cbailos llirnm
weio buried yestoiduy, in IlioXiiu.inu
coinetery. The Pironittn and n long
proecf-sion of other )eopie ntlcudud
Mc.Miir.iis of tho Honolulu Uiflos
battalion aio otdonnl to ropott. at tho
Arnioty, Ueretania itieel, ul 7:.')0
o'clock thii oveninj:, io fjliguo pni
form, for tiattnlion drill.
new book, not having locivwl the
ndvanno tboets of that work, by the
hut steamer as expootcd, will defer
bis canvass tor subbcribcro.
A large parly of young Indies mot
on Satuulay aftornoon r.t tho lcsi
donce of Mr. nnd Mrs. Punnalee,
Uerc'tania ctreot, and celebrated tho
birthday of Miss Loltio P.iininlec by
Tin: pninting by Ms Cioucb,
which was on tho King's pinto at tlio
dinnor at Waikiki, May i!nd, is on
view at King Bio.' Tho painting
roiircsents n woman Hying out of a
bottle of champagne.
Jt will bo remembered tim.t the
Alameda, on her last trip to Austra
lia, was four days lato on leaving Sau
Fianoisco. 'Tolegiaphic information
states that blio hnd made up two
days of tho lost tiino on reaching
Mi:. John Slater will give exhibi
tions of mind-reading at tho Opoiti
Hisusu, to-morrow evening. Gentle
men in Honolulu who have witnessed
exhibitions by Mr. Slater in San
Francisco speak of them as marvel
ous, Tickets may bo secured al Ah.
L. .1. Levey's.
Cai'TAIX Douglass, Superintendent
of tho Oceanic Steamship Company,
nnd Caytsin C. F. Potter, of the bark
Ferris S. Thompson, were tbiowu
from a buggy on Market street, San
Finncisco, April 28, by two runaway
horses coming in contact witli tho
buggy. Ilotb captains wore i-criously
Tiik ntlontion of our reader.-, is
called to tho ndvcitisomont of L. .1.
Levey in to-day's issue of Dr. Trous
seau's valuable boating property.. It
is with rcgiet that tlio doctor parts
with his boats, but. ho cannot at any
time enjoy tho ueo of tbcin. or so
seldom, that it is not worth his while
to keep Ibetn.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge, 1. (). O. V.,
Haltnlion drill Honolulu lllllcs, nl
Hand concert :it Kinma Square,
t ! :..0.
IIV J. I'. MOIiOAN.
Credit trade sale ol dry goodH,
clothing, shooware, etc., by order of
iiki'ouu niCKr.inov, J.
Mo.noay, May 12th.
Maria Knhai vs. Katnal. ICject
meat. Suit for a half interest in
landa in Manoa, Oalm. Jury waived
April Term 1S0O. Hoing heard. J.
il. Monsarrat for plaintiff; Cecil
Hrown for defendant,
DAILY. UULLJfiTIW: UOJSOLULU, tl. i.,
IIAWAIIS VS. S
'i'lit 2'iiiinri' I f t ti t-i n us - - A ii i;-i t II-
ln in(ciii..-)ti'ay imutiic-
Miltlluiit I'lny ?.llveit Willi ;iae.
Saturday's game between the 1 la
walls and Stars ni u most interest
ing one. Notwiihstandliigtlie over
cast bky n large crowd occupied the
grand stand at the Mnkiki giouuds.
Tlie general expectation of a close,
contest wan not disappointed. Tim
restoration of Meek to the box for
the Hawaiis rcndeis Iheiu :i formid
able nine. UN pitching utter I lie
first inning was almost faultless. He
U n ma'ter of strategy and his
"down bhooU" were particularly
elusive nnd puzjliue. Tills Pstiunito
of his pitching mny -.coin lingular in
view ol the fact that he stttick out
in tho ten Innings but two men while
Chandler retired ten. Hut the safe
hits mado off the former, were not
bunched. Chandler was not backed
up by the uual Star etlb'ienoy and
it is not to be wondered that, ai he
was obliged tlirnigh the fielding
cirors ol his supporters to deliver
a laigo number of balls, his oppon
ents should become fatally tauiillitr
with his style.
The game although exciting to n
certain dcarce abounded in error".
Tho senseless clamor of the crowd
contributed largely to this. It is
high time that spectators of these
coulc&ls should begin to discrimi
nate in their applause. The syinpa
thiuj of some zealous witnesses of
tho game lead them to n boisterous
cheering of every crior or mischance
by which their favorites gain a
point. If a ball is knocked on a
bound tn the pitcher and thrown to
the first base tho play is of the most
primal' character and unworthy of
demonstrations. And if a ball lidd
ed by the sccoud baseman is thrown
wildly to llrst and the base runner
gains his base there is nothing to
applaud. And yet blunders and
skill arc ao indiscriminately appreci
ated by many of the lookers-on as
to atinoy not only those who value
perfection in piny but also to seri
ously embarrass tho players theiu-selve-.
In the interest of fairplay
it is to be hoped the exuberance of
certain impulsive persons will be
toned down to n manifestation only
when tho merit of a play challenges
applause. It should be borne in
mind that both nines join in furnish
ing amusement and hence let ap
plause greet plays of minimal excel
Chan. Wilder reached first through
Thompson's eiror. .The next live
men Chas. Wilder, Chandler, .1.
L'erry, Wodchouso, and A. Perry
crossed the home plate. Conradt
was granted first on culle,d balls but
never reached third. Winter took
fir-t on a muff of the third striko by
Dan but met with his fate at third
through the same party. Thomp
son's lly was mulled by Carter,
Kaia's single promoted him to sec
ond. Han wns tickled out at first by
Chandler; l'ryce took first on balls;
Luahiwa sent an apparently safe hit
to left which was admirably appro
priated by Vinter nnd returned to
Wodchouso iu time to defeat
The Star elimination was engin
eered by Thompson who chopped off
Carter and Chan. Wilder ut first and
retained Chas. Wildcr's fly. 1'or
the llnwaiis Morris succumbed to
Chandler's curves. Self reached
(list and stole second. Meek was
slain at first by Chas. .Wilder, and
Rosa's lly to Perry left Self.
Meolc'acccpiod Chandler's pop-up.
J. Perry struck out. Wodehouse
was anticipated at first by Dan.
The Hawaiis entered with a zest on
a most enjoyable epoch. Thompson,
Ktiin, Dan "and Luahiwa scoring.
This was greatly facilitated by a
wild throw of Carter to Chan. Wil
der and his unavailable attempt to
make any uso of tho ball. Pryce
flied to Perry ; Self and Meek tailed
to realiza Chandler, leaving Lua
hiwa and Morris en route. A fea
ture of this innings was a biilliant
slop of a wildly thrown ball by A.
A. Perry's lly was muffed by
Kaia but he was forced out at sec
ond by Conradt's grounder to
Thompson. Conradt reached third
on Winter's bat but was caught be
tween home and third and run out
by Dan. Winter was helped to
second by Carter who took first. A
passed ball promoted each one base
whero thoy languished on Chan.
Wilder's third strike. Hosn wont
out on a grounder to Perry. Thomp
son llcw to Carter. Chas. Wildor's
fumble of Kaia's gronndor enabled
him to reach first. A theft of sec
ond supplemented by Dan's two
baber brought him home. Conradt
captured I'ryee's lly.
Clin?. Wilder llcw to Self and
Chandler nnd J. Perry suffered at
first through the agoncy of Thomp
son. Luahiwa hail a vaguo concep
tion of Chandler. Morris made a
single, stolo second and landed at
third on Self's first. base hit. Self
made a sacrilico attempt to get sec
ond, and Chandler dropped Into the
trap putting out Self but allowing
Morri3 to score. Mock's grounder
received dt'o attention from A.
Wodehouse struck a grounder
which Mock was unable to field, in
time to first. A. Perry's life was
prolonged by Thompson's Jugglery.
Without tt Rival in IM-lt-ij & (Junlily !
One-third Iho Pries of the Eoyal !
Evory Housokecpor Should Ubo It ! i
S7" A Saving of 'A'.l Per (Vnl in t'ol and Qtiulitv Tbi Vei llwt &'jl .
SPECIAL RATfcS TO JOBBf.RS.
HENRY DAVES & CO.,
Conradt tendetcd his respect to
Self, Winter tent u lly to riiotnp30u,
and Carter batted :i magnificent
limr to right field. He culctcd on a
circuit of the bases with joyful an
ticipations of a homo run. Kn-a
captured tho Heeling sphere and the
thunderous applause of spui tutors.
Wodehouse would have scoied in
this innings but for thu shrewdness
of I'rcn who let Perry take hi-, sec
ond. The Hawaiis saw first lew in
dream, only, l!osa nnd Thompson
ll.v ing to Carter, and Kaia being an
ticipated nl first by Clmudlor.
The Stars had now the comforting
retrospect of tlvc successive goose
eggs ns an offset to their live runs.
Meek failed to improve his oppor
tunity on Chan. Wilder's hit. Chas.
Wilder made a single and Chan,
wns caught at third by Dan's throw.
Chandler Hew to Kosa. A fine two
base hit of .1. J'erry brought Char
ley borne, but Perry himself was
left on first Ivy Wodehoise's extinc
tion at first through Meek. Dan
struck out . Pryce mado n thiee
bagger ; Luahiwa reached first
thtough Hhcer luck, Pryce scoring.
Morris got llrst and Luahiwa home
on Carter's muff. Sell's hat took
him to econd on a wild throw of
Wodehouse to first. Chas. Wilder
refused Mock's offer and Self came j
home. Kosa took first on balls and
second on cheek. Thompson struck
out and Kaia was restored to the
batter's bench by Chandler and (
Perry, leaving MorrU and Hosn to ,
mourn his loss.
Meek beheaded A. Perry at lii-,1. j
Conradt's lly wax so daintily finger-
n.1 I... V.AP .'l... I I... ..1 1......
uti u nun iiiui. iiu uhm t imi iki-i". i
Two base hits being iu order Winter l
brought him home. Ciuter liked
two bnscs so well that he brought ;
Winter home. Chan. Wilder had
caught on to the general fondness j
for two bases and Carter came home
on his effort only to be gently re-
instated on third by the umpire
owing to Chan. Wilder's bat being
"blocked." He tallied subsequent
ly. Chas. Wilder llcw to Thompson,
and Chandler made no effort to run
after the third strike and wns touch
ed out. Chandler retaliated by as
sassinating Dan and Pryce at first
and blriking out Luahiwa.
J. Perry scored. Wodehouse flew
to Self, Conradt to Thompson, and
Wintor popped up a high one for
the bcnetlt of Dan, leaving A. Perry
in the lurch. Again the Stnrs ap
plied tho whitewash brush smearing
Alorris, Self and Meek, the first
(lying to Wodehouse, and the others
falling victims to Chandler's zigzags.
The gamo wns now tic and inter
est was excited to the highest pilch.
Morris cut off Carter at first, Chan.
Wilder got first by Thompson's
kindness but was caught napping by
Meek. Chas. Wilder touted to Dan.
Kosa made a fine linn hit to right
field which was stopped by J. Perry
with one hand. He was running at
such speed, however, that he could
not retain the hnll. Hut Kosa only
made first. He stole second and
reached third on Thompson's single.
Thompson sloped to second while,
the admiring glances of Chandler
were fixed on Willie Lucas. Kaia
struck out and Dan assumed the
plate with two men on bases nnd one
man out. He solved all doubts by
a hit safely beyond Winter, bring
ing iu two men. Whether he him
self was entitled to a home run will
ever remain in doubt,thc Stars real
izing they could not win the game
if they played all night resignedly
thiewupthe sptnge. Following is
the ollleial score ;
it. n.ii. o. a. i:.
Wilder, Chan. c. (i tl 2 10 0 1
Wilder, Ctrl-, ss. i; 2 0 0 l ;i
Chandler, i ." 1 !- 0 IU 1
Perry, J. r. f .' 2 II 2 0 I
WndclintiM), K.'lb. .'. 1 12 0 1
Perry, A. 1M b... .' u 1 s 0 O
Couriidt, c.I .1 2 2 1 II 1
Whiter, I. f .". 1 2 11 ii
Caitnr, 2tl b SI 1 10 2
Total 17 10 111 2M lb 10
XAMi:s. T. II. 11.11. O. A". I..
Thompson, K.s, ... ! I 2 '.'. i! :t
Kala.c.f 0 2 1 0 0 1
Dan, c i 1 2 ii :t 0
Prvco, 1-t 1 .. . 11 1110 1
Limhlwa, ;idb.... o 2 1 a I 0
Kiohokalolo.'.'d b. ft 2 1 111
Self, l.f ft I 2 :i 0 0
.Meek, p 0 0 1 (1 0
HiHii, r f II I 2 0 0
in It 11 III) 17
'One man out wlani w limbic; inn was
Scoie by liinlmfs
Stars .. ' 5000001 It 1 0-10
Hnwnlls 00111 0-1 0 0 1-11
I!:irmnl runs Hawaiis 2, Star r.
Two-baMi hits Dan 2, J. Perry 1,
Conradt 1, Carter I.
Tluec-biiHu hit Pryce.
Double play Winter to Wuilehotl'i'.
Stolen bases-1 lawn IN rf, Stars ft,
MAY iL 1SSH).
Jtl?3i r rf O ft 0 f! tP Ui
Agents for tho Hawaiian ljlainL
ll.j.... ,.. I. .It. It., f M 11.... .1 I
till-,- till ir.ui if, , ii.tiiuiL-g
Struck out-llv ' riuudlci 1"). bv
Fayed balls--Dan 2, Wlldei ;t.
Pinplre.-H, M. Ihtue.v. ir .ami W.
Scoter- -nm l.nlll-Mn.
Time of Game- I hr. V inlu.
The Ccrinan Kniperor haiasynred
the Prince of Wales that he desires
to foster the closr-it relation J be
tween (Jreat ltritain and flermany.
A disease sometime prevalent in
Northern Italy has made its appear
ance in London. Tho dNcnM pro
duces a death-like nance in the
The Knglih Cnuu ol Qurcn'u
Hunch has oi disced Messrs. Hotlui
child to disclose their relations with
Sociotc des Mctatix and the Comp
toir d'K'-compte, which failed a year
U is said that the rca-on which
induced the (let man Kmpcror to
appoint General Von Caprivi as suc
cessor to Prince Hisinaick was a
desire to raise the Carman navy to
an equality with that of Knghuid,
Cnpiivi having been at the he.nl uf
the Gorman Admiraltv.
J. C. Kykort, a Catmlian M. P..
has been charged wi'h taking a
bribe of $70,000 to tnllucnce the
Government to secure a limber limit
iu the Northwest. He has resigned
but will seek re-election. Other
prominent men are involved in, like
The Pope has redeemed his pro
mise to inaugurate world-wide social
reform movements by writing a
powerful appeal to 'the German
Uishnps urging them to at once be
gin a crusadu iu defense of hooiety
and civilization against the revolu
tionary spirit of socialism.
Kai'V.v, Kai'ai, May 11, LsOO.
Mit. A. .1. ('AinvviiiniiT,
(ii'iiei.il Agent fur the Lquitable
Life Association Sotietv, Hono
lulu, H. 1.
Your notification of the leceipt nf
'Pen Thousand Dullnis iioni jour
Society for. tho payment of myl.ite
brother'), claim of that amount, is to
Consideiing Hint the proofsof death
papers only left your oiliee on April
5th, and your Company's draft was
received on May '2nd, proves beyond
question that your Society has the
right to all that it claims to be. Tho
despatch and biiMiiiv.vliko manner
in which everything v:i conduct ed
is highly ootnuiotid.ible.
How any person can dirpulv the
advantages to tat gained by insuring
in such a Company :ih the P.quitnMo
Lifo has piovt.'d ilsolf to be, i1- be
yond my comprehension.
Visiy tmly yuurit,
W. Hl.AIS.lJl. 1.1.
OWING to unforecn rciisons theli
will bo no meeting of Mvstle
Lodge No. 2, K. of P., this cvtiiiliigi
Chas. WILUF.K, C. C.
Geo. C. Stiatetnever, K. nf I!. A S.
Auunuv lIc.MKjPAitrer.rt It K.vr. .
II. V., llnouuf, II. 1,1
May 13, J8l'0 )
llinitillnn Order No l.J
IVIIKY member of tliU l!".it:ilinn it
ii he ruby ordered to repoil at tlielt
Armoiy THIS (Moiulny) BVKNING,
Mnv 12th, Ht 7:"10 n'olnuk, in Pnilgiii'
Uultorm, for IMtalion Dii'l.
Itv order of
II. V IIKIlllAUD.
Major f'uin. M I'm. II. V.
F. W. Laxom-v,
('apt ii Adjt ft5) It
IOST Oftlco lt.vnk Hook No. 8S0.
Tho tinder will pkttso return shiiiu
tu Post Oftlen. M2 8t
S200 UEWAItl) !
rl"flK above rewind will br. paid to
X any poison giving information
that will Icttd to the uirc-t ol one Lul, u
native of Nuw Ht'liridco, who shot
('liiiB. lllrani, in linailuln, on Friday,
May l, 1WK). He Is di'Heiibed as a large
nun, irttber cnrpnleni, nnd hud a short
full to aid .Ino II MiPKH,
Hono'.ulu, May 12, If-iH. f.flj t!
ON account of ill health Dr. .1. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E. L.
Hutchinson to tal.e charge of bis oftlco
until Ids ictiii-ii. M7 tf
"VTOTICi: Is hereby lvfn Unit nil
.Ll chickens and pl(;s fnuutl on luy
prcmiM'i linen weeks fiom this dat'e
will be hIioi.
ANTONIO Koililtfiies HOT -PHETA.
llonuliiln, May O. IS','0. .'.SO I w
ART CLASSES !
Vllt. HAHNFIKLI) will resume
DL ebiBses on TUESDAY, May r.th,
Drawing and Painting In Oils and Wa
ter Colors, Ll-bt A Shade, Still Life
and Figure P.diithi);. Studio: Sprcc
ki'N' llfock, Fort street. sto tlw-
-j. xLimteUm&x iAw'&'ISmiih
INDEMNITY BONDS. ';
iquitabie Lite Assurance
Society of the United States.
v Extract From Anutial CJirouhir to Agoat3.
"We purpose placing in your bandr, to bfYt'r-tt the publiunn Indem
nity llotid. Many will "be nttr'actcd by tho fact thnt-you tire selling tho
bonds nf n life insnranco society with nssos-ts over 8105, OOO.PfW.OO, and
will not tail upon examination to siu its intrinsic, merits.
"This, with our various forms oir Tontine Policies will, (ss ymi mi
now able to quote the icstilU m" twenty year i'ouliucs) give you trroiU
advantages over others, as no other company will for u number of years,
be able to show actual rcbults on similar Policies.
"Ih:nhy h. hydk,
t?' Seud for illu-itnulve )iimphlets, or call in person on tho nader
"IrmmI. ALEX. J. CARTWRiCHT,
(iunorul Acnt for tins Hawaiian Islands, Kquitnble Life Assurance Soelelv
of the t. S. Jan-l-OO
HOLLISTER & 66.,'
lMI'OKlF.HS a HHM.FliS IN
3) 11 U G S&CH E M I C ALS I
Toilet Aitirli-s, Fine Vol fumes S: Soaps, Patent Mcdi
iiii'. Ilomcopiitbic Ri oirdies,
Of Fverv D'.'j( upt.Mii.
CIGARS. ClfiAREHES & TOBACCO !
MVNI'FACTPHKIIS OF TIIL fT.LHHICATKl)
FSINC UXc lfsivkia im:
KYATT PU5?E WATER SYSTEM
FOR ALL AHUATUD HHVEUAOKS.
SVJbX.. i. IlWCtt-Xill.ll-ffesJ
Famous Grand ctivv it Golib-u Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
With 3roilei' & Hot "Water Attachments !
ConsumiDK One-third Less Fnol, oiiber wood or coal, than any othar Stove
iu oxlstenc3 1
BUT fu Unck Worlt About It ! Juil a Claai Cut Steve ! -vj
VVhoee Baking QuaUticc arc Unsurpassed !
Tliia Grate in of a tri.uiKtilar form bavins thieo hiirfaccp wliich are r-veri-iblo,
mi tbata .'cjiarato top .surface can be used on altcrnato d.iy; or ii
the one surfaeo in course of um Hbown tiny wear then tlio other can be turno J
up, nnd mi on the other, uinlcinj it equal in durability to time distinct Giau.vJ
I-3AWAISAPJ HARDWARE Co.t
S it Fort htioet.uppo. SpreckcK' H.tok, Honolulu, -H. I.
I H.W I'M, J IU H I '.miKMl..UT.:H,MM
K. It. Hr.Nimv. Presldeiit .V. Manager. John Kna, Vlci-Presldent.
GonntKV Ituow.s, Secretarv A Tre.iMire.r. Ci:i'ii. lluowx, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN IAEDWARE CO.,
Opjxv. Sprocki'lH' lttink,
IMPORTERS and DE M.ERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilond China, plain nnd decorated; and Wcdgtwccd
Vi.mn, Libi.uy tt Stand L.imptt, CbandoHeru it Eleotolicrs,
Uunp 1'iAtuios of all kinda, A completo lusaortm't of Drills it Filyw,
The "Gaiollo" .'l-wliocli'il HidiiiR Plow tt Equalizer,
Hluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Stool tfe Qoorteneokwl IIooh,
lard, Cylinder, kerosene, linseed,
P.uiiU, Varnfihcs A Hru-bcrt. Manila ,'v Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS, t ,
1 1'owe, Homo, Honc ? '"
RUnHER,' WIHH-HOUN'D of miporior quality, A STEAM,
Agutn Iron Ware, Silver Plated Wuro, Table A Pockot Cutlery,
Powdtir, Shot A Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cailridgea,
llaitV Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo A Holt Throiulin,',
llailman's Stool Wire Fence A Steel Wiro Main,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Steal lUntM
Gate City Stone Filters,
"Now I'iiiccsn" Tvvibt Drllhs
U0V'2U-8) NcaVk Curriugo Paint,
i iiiiiir 'iKiiiii -fsJiiifeii'iiiliiiil
Ms & Soda Wale
i'ort Ntroi't, tUnito'iiiln.
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