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DA1LV BUU.KTJH': HONOLUI.O, If. 'Jfl MAT !J, 11380.
ttifcmCfH il iil 1
rmii'Fs ,'niMil iMlwnr ijxriMi1i4Vpy.
tucnt so harmful: but thoic are
limits beyond which neither oiccd,
color nor party can tempt men or
incrchantH of IioiicbI purpose. It is
a cowardly Htnb nt what thin writer
tuiuKs to lie inc viuu spot oi a ivoo
lau native's ciiliinutit on a uucstion
i that has no place in politics; it is '
- - - , ft cruel bomb lo throw amount our '
Boiird of lTcnllh lSuffuh.- forcljin clement in Honolulu Hint J
Auction Sales by James Y. Morgan. Auction Sales by James P. Morgan.
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Iiurs & Important i LANDLORD'S SALt Uh
Goods & Chattels
DlMtrnliipil fiir ! .'(in-lin incut
ISSUKI) HY T1IK -
SIS SfiJKF'fjB R
W .A I j 1 I
Notice is hereby pivou Ibul all
ro.d.s or ttalU to the Leper Settle
ment from any pxirt of tho lAand of
Molokni ftrc forbidden fo be traveled,
beyond and Mow tho tup of the
pali.s except by ponuisbiou of the
Board of Health t it.s againta. and
any pieson found upon such loads
or trails without such permi-yion
will be prosecuted.
By order of the Beard of llenllh.
GEO. C. POTTER.
Honolulu, May 1, 1S0O.
'Jf 11 Xi
'.'.tlffd to neither Sect nor lnty,
But esttillished for the benefit ot all.
WKDNKSDAY. MAY 14, 181)0.
have not had opportunity to know
that that leper settlement was esta
blished by native votes in our Le
gislative ilnlls, when this nation
vva-j semi-barbarous and outride in.
fluenee counted for nothing, nnd
nppropriatioriH have been voted for
and earned by the native members
of tho House, steadily up to the
present time. Tilts tact alone is
enough to tllng back this base
charge in the face of this alarmist.
It is the most injurious, outrage
ous, venomous statement that ever
wis published in printer's ink. to in
sult the intelligence of a civilized
I Mm iiiMiuctcrt I'V .'allies U. Holt.
,li .. lo -ell at J'uhlle Auitlun
I am lnstiiietoil by .Mi.iis. IIY.MAN ' ,.,,,,,,, . . -,, ,, ow
BHO. tn hold ii Lnrnc icillt Sate, at i I J'S"" t -'J -" '"''"
XV Itl O'CLOCK . SI.,
(.f nlil day. at my $.ilr;rooin, on Qitei-u
treet. In tho Oltv of Honolulu, the fol
lowing declined (loods ami Chattel of
1'ook Lung, a lati' tenant ot -aid Jiimc
It. Holt. .'!., In Kihl Citj of Honolulu,
distrained foratiears of rent, and hav
ing bivn held tlie xtntutoiy length of
time tv the said .lames It. Holt, Jr.. viz :
of ivicw "voira:
The Advertiser catalogued "the
obstacles to the development of a
largo stream of foreign travel to
these islands," and among them
mentions "lack of cable communi
cation." No doubt this is an ob-ta-cle
to 1.01110, but to others it is an
incentive to come here. A gentle
man from New York who spout ten
weeks on the. islaniW about a vear
ago, and then proceeded on to Aus
tralia, where he remained a mouth.
Mated to the writer when returning
home that hi- sojourn on the inlands
was much more enjoyable than his
vtay in Australia, for the reason
that here ho was away from the tele
graph and there ho was not. lu
Honolulu ho had a rest from busi
ness questions connected with his
tirm, that woto daily wired to him in
Australia to hN annoyance. .Said
the gentleman," I consider your
isolation to he one of your at
tractions. Men of businn-i like
nnyelf , when they no off for a holi
day, do not want to 1m everlastingly
bothered with busines-, matterb which
i hey have confided to others for the
time being." This is tho other side.
THAT LIQlTorQUESfiON AGAIH.
Don't you think that quite enough
"chin" woik has been done in le
liquor selling in this kingdom? Now,
why not do a little real work. How V
Kn'toree the law wo have, and it is a
good one. The one who framed this
law understood hio business, rnd
were it enforced no gin mill would
remain open M hour-. Many doubt
if it is the desire of the ones who
talk so much lo have tho saloons
elodftd, as then their occupation will
be gone. Now, sir, let mo suggest
this tho parly that, lias the majority
in the Legislature i-. pit-Mimed to bo
madu up largely of mechanics, to
them I appeal. I'se all your in
lliicnce to have a law drafted and
passed favoring high license, and
mrika it hUjli not less than 51000
per month with :i penalty of at least
$100 to go to tho informer for every
time a poison sells liquor without a
license. This high license works
well clsewheto; why not try it hero?
tiud if one man wants to sell rum,
let him do it and make him pay for
it; and it another wants to iliinl;
A CREDITABLE COMPOSITION.
The following composition wns
written by a little Miss, of tender
years, attending the Kilauea, Kauai,
public school. The little lady's
spelling and punctuation arc faith
fully copied. The writing is as
plain us print- ,
KOOLAl UAU.W.Vl PICNIC.
On Saturday '2l5lh of April Mr.
Macfie iiuide a picnic, and he gave
many people a ride in the cars l
the opening ol the Koolau Hailway.
The cars looked nice with a big
eiowd ot people, and the lings llylnp
to and fro.
The Trains would pull the cars so
fast, that 1 thought everything was
itinuing too. Vy could not see the
people on the oilier cars, but when
we would get in some curves, wn
could see them all. Vo passed by
deep cuts, and 1 could not guess
how the men did it. 1 said to my
self, '! think they took a ladder and
climbed up theio, to make, it look
nice with a shovel.
We passi d a bridge in tho cais,
but when we got to the big bridge,
we all had to get down and walk.
The bridge i- very long and eiy
high. Mr. Maclie made a nice
speech, and in his -peeth ho said
that the bridge looks like the one
that is in Scotland, only the one in
Scotland is made of iron, and this
one is made of wood. While Mr.
Macfie was speaking, oiue ouo be
gan lo shoot, and 1 was frightened.
I looked louud to s-r-o where it came
from, but I could not see. When
they shot again. I noticed licit it
came from under the bridge. Mr.
Clay and some others were shooting.
Mi-s Auhagen said, "1 declare the
railroad open." A Chinaman took
n line of lire-crackers anil went all
round the bridge. All the people
had to get away, because fire
crackers can burn. When we were
finished we got inlo Hie ears, and wo
came back again. When we were
back, wo all got down from the cars,
and we went to have lunch at the.
mill. These were many nice things
set on the table. There war. a pig's
head with llowers in its mouth.
Mr. Maclle made a nice speech,
and Mr. Jl. fJarstin too. Mr. (Jr.iM
tin said in his speech, that he hopes
the Koolau Held will give many,
many tons of cane.
1 "think Mr. Maofio is tho best
general in all plantations. lie wants
everybody lo have a good time.
Lim.i; llinrr.n (i v.
my Sale-room, Queen ticot. on
On THURSDAY, Mny l"(h,
AT 10 O'CS.OCtt .v. i:
A complete aoitineiit of
PHY GOODS !
Funev Drees Good',
Ulucf. & Oloied Meilims
I'.te., i:t. Kto., Lie.
A complete assortment of
Lawns it Prints,
lii'in'hiV f.ndict' I'lidervveai'.
White & Brawn Cottmn,
A full Urn- oi
HUTU k Yilll's Mill,
'1 In int.st , ouiplt'io !i-iiitmeiit el'
.tteu' I. miles' V: 'Ii 11,1 ic t.'s
WHO US W jrVTC 3C,
VII :itieiiisam!italitic- uT
Woo'.an &. Calico Shirts,
A vmy full line nf
( '.impi iiim;
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
And Other Waie. Ciulof and Other
iood, ( battels and Effects of s.ild
Took Luiijj. taken fiom Ids store In
"Holt's Itloek," Xiiiuiiin t'treet, In said
Oltv of Honolulu.
K!CJIAK1 A. Hcl'I'ItWY, t'rt'HlnVitt.
Skt Kor full paiiiculais apply to
Doc-i.'1-Sfi General Agent for tho Hawaiian Island-i.
ifiti IjUi r
.T. M. MoiHanat Attnniev forl.iinilloid.
Honolulu, April Lij. lMrtl. MS til
I '.i 'imoie-. 'I'vvenN.
Wnrsteils. 1)1 lagonal-.
Linens, Uucks, Etc.
Al-n. full lino, 1. 1
Silk Ribbons k Handkerchiefs,
Ainlaverv l.irjte av-orlineiit ot
FANCY GOODS and MOTIONS,
l.te . Kit . Kl. . Kte.
B.v oitler of H'MI. IIJJOWK, Ksi) .
l.e'eiitor of the lMule of the lain II.
I'jelon. ilceca-cil, I will 'II at 1'olille
Auetlun, al thepieinl.es, coiner of Klmr
mill I'likoi tieeiii,
On FltlDAV, -l!ty 1 I80,
AT lO (l'Ci.;Ct. A. M..
Tho Entire Kouseh'ld Furniture,
Ami Hlfeet- of -.ilil VNlale, enin-piMng.
ALWAYS OX HAM) AND TO OHHEll
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
THE GOSPEL MESSAGE.
Another large and distinguished
audience gathered in the Y. M. 0.
A. hall last evening, to lintcii to tlie
able and interesting address deliver
ed by Mr. S. Al. Sayfonl, of lios
ton, his subject being personal
woik, bsihcil on n part of the first
chapter of St. John's Gotpol. The
sintting was led by .Rev. A. D. His
cl, and Miss Maggie Hopper pre
sided al the piano.
The address last evening was ouo
let him; he has a light to if he pay ot the boit and most forcible yet
i licenced seller for it; for pity a delivered by the evangelist and the
t Theo GoniN have a'l been iniv
fully'M'Ii'oieil for this liiisiket. anil eom-jiris-e
tlie luto-t ami ino-l ita)li' t,vles In
SJ-All Good (illeieil vvlll Ii- Mild,
and Inviilce will be I'liisi'd din lemil-le-i
l.ilirral IVriiit tit Male!
.IAS. r. AIOIUJAN,
.ri.I It A net loin or.
HEVETT & JACOBSEIf,
ActlatJ!:.',. Pollritori, 0:nnnlj3lj3 Altaic ctJ
Cotum Uoui-e Crckcn.
Art Hi .ill thin: propiiinl in rer
form any ile-orlpilon of 't lenesl Wmk
slieli as Auilllini Aiermnln, f'.ihtlu up
TliidesMHli'M ll'iiil-. V'll.lni! Iiivcnlo'l. a
ol St -eU, Kuj;u,-ii'c l.i L"il Ducuuien'r,
Hie t' 'iniiu'iiin' tiiul Iti'loilile Kieivlo
t'l( '!:. Inr tlie (Ii iiery unit lull) inj ( t
CS"t)tllru at hi l u.& 1i"jIii:i:tm..n's,
Qtl, on i-tlLit I'usl Otlleo Un IB'i Mil
lu.il Tuli pljoac pi; JM1 Teh ilium.' iM
Hawaiian Lime I
'i no ri:i: UAitici.i:.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
:.;) 'xiie Aftctit. if
s30o ni:VA!u i
iodium and Silou Bread, JuHni, Kiipr Snaps, CotTso Gates, lie, lie.
X?" And .ll be DKLIVEIIKH FUHK of OHAUOn to un. pnH of the city. Tj
JIIII-T, ol FARE:
Collce, T.a, Chiieolnte & Milh,
Soiled Tit;'. Feet, Cold Ham,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced lleef, Saladn, llU:.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
A 1.A1KIK AfrBOUTMKNT 01'
i Handsome Carved Parlor Set,
I'phoKteied in Blue Silk:
S(.a A rhalis. rpho. hi Hiilit'luih:
Hide ,; Cm tier Wli.itttot-.,
L:iiK'0 CctiliM vt Hol'a Ifttys,
1 lollivilk TIlirl?t V tn
MarbhMo (Vnlfr 'I able,
2 Fins B. W. Etaiieras,
Lanji' Hmililc B. V. Bedstead.
-Maitriii-ses A Pillow-.,
1 Lleff.ini. i:tra Low
B. W. Wardrobe,
With Mhriir I'ronlsj
P.. W. Bnieiiiis A WiirilixtamN.
Ik Shawls . UediineaiN,
i Handsome Koa Sideboard,
t'diiaerli the pioperty of 0. lui
imiim; Large 11. W. liming: Table,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Dining Boom Chairs,
llecotated Dinner Set.
Sterling Silver Spoons & Forks,
BOOlc C'tlMf & liOoiCM,
VAC, Ki- . Kio . Kte.
f?"'lhe I'leinUi's will lie open fov
Inspection on Tlmisihiy. .May l.'ili, Ihuii
U a. 51. in ;i I'. M.
JMpo & Clj.'.nrtHto Tobacco, Ivipcs, Cigar & Clfvarotto IIolilorH, Cold Drinks, K(c
gyST Open from '.) I!0 , m. until '.l:"(l v. M. Hatuiday night, np.n nil light Bell 'lelephone '..:.
.Mill mil Telephone 211. Vo-i Ollleo Box 17S. .S7 lim
iA a 4 Sxi ten ws
f AN UFA CTuTiiils OF
TAMSTS s L
OR! A I
PI 111 sons
sake stop this tall;v, talky. Who
are responsible lor the burning of
the two intoxicated men last week?
The rum seller. L.
rpilK Klimc lew an! will t,u paid to
nay peiMin tivltiit intoiniailon
,jas. v. :,H)naAZ,
'ill) 7t Aiiellinieer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
Sole Proprietors oi' BAILEY'S SARSAPAEILLA & IRON WATEK,
GiiEsr Alii, Hen Ala, Granaiia, M$mMi, Sarsaparilla, Mineral Wiiem, Hit
tsaj' All conmuitiJ'.'alloti ftitrt orIoiM should ho aiUlve&HPtl lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
saauavmr 'vr-r-.', r ita-
1 eliim to lmv. the Fino-st and (Jhoieost Lino of Millinery OnniU,
Vi'oiH'li lhnvevK, Milan UntH, whJIo, bliuilc nsid colored;
.let Flovvem, Oiiinmonl., Lneo Bonnets it Hati, Vac, VAc,
JiHt roeoivod by tho H. S. Austi.iliu, and will be open in a few days.
Van iOylsce Oo!lrtLVj,
i '.in Hyl.o Ciillaioltes, Van Jlyko Veiling', V-in Dyi.e I.nces, Van Hyko
Kmluoideiy, Mo(k'l;a Voilinjt,"
j Fine Lines of Ladies' Sabhes, Plaid & Plain;
I ?" Full piirtiouliiie of opening in a few dajv.
Ohas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leadint; Millinory Hnine, Tioiner Foil A- Hotel sts.
Bvdiieetlen of Cr.riL BltOWX. the
th.it will leml to ill" urie"t nl one l.ui, u I Jlxmailorof the la-t vvlll and testament of
native ot iNi" Kelniili"-, who sliol I I'lilllp Milton. leeen-ea, 1 mn (llrcetcil
to sell at 1'iiiiiie .Miction, at my llllv
room In Honolulu.
A VOICE FXOM KOOLAU.
A piece appeared in Saturday
r. C. A. headed "jlr. Hush and the
Lepers," and signed Citizen. He
asks tho editor ol thai paper, if the
merchants of this city are awaie
that Mr. Hush is relying for succors
in the election at Koolau, mainly on
bis promise to have the lepers re
leased nnd sent home.
Does this Cition dare to put that
question to tlie Koolau citi.ens?
Does he not imply that tho mer
chants "and citizens ot Koolau dis-t-ict,
with the help of Jlr. Hush,
wish to turn the lopeis adrift on this
community? Ho then proceeds to
draw from his imagination a picture
of horror and asks; Pn not the peo
ple of Honolulu realize what this
weans? Don't they? Is he tho only
one amongst the many that knows
and realizes V
What has he observed about the
citizens of Koolau, tn beliovo audi
evil things ot them? Wc would know
his object in thus scandalizing a
whole district; yes, a whole nation.
Our metcliants will haidly thank
him for putting in print a statement
which it read in San Krauelhco will
do lliem morn harm than any idea
Air. Hush could possibly conceive,
were he that evil disposed person
this well disposed eiti.en lakes him
or. Only an unprincipled politi
cian, to accomplish eotuo selfhh
end, would publish a ude-
interest in tho meetings is gi cully
increasing, and a much larger place
will fcoou have to bo seemed lo ac
commodate the people,
Tlie Mii'viccs will be continued
every night this week at 7:130
o'clock. The addiess this evening
will be of special interest to all.
Tlie good singing is a most enjova
ble feature of the services.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
To-monow will be the Festival of
the. Aicension of our Lord. The
(Jalhedral horvicen will he a- follows;
Holy Couimuuioii (Choial) (!:!0
.Morning prayer, U a. in. Seiinon
by Hi. liev. the Hi&hop ol Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Kveusnng, .'1:110 p. in.
Sermon by He v. W. II. Ha rues.
K oning prayer p. m.
CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL OF HONO
tl!i,.: Hiinm, In Honolulu. i,:i l'liilnv.
Muy It, ISilO. Ho Is iCscillii'd ns a lar
miifi, iiulier cornnleiU, iiicl liml a shor
fulllieanl .l.m II. .stilMill,
Iloiiohibi. May J2, J BOO. .1W It
I WILL rot h letp.-nsllile for any
ilebts i:ontitirtcit in toy iinine vvhli.
O it lliy Wlllten onlur.
.I01IN 0 CLl'.NT.Y.
Ilo. iilnbi.Miiy Bt, !)). r.'it ;it
A BOLT Kiiiliiyheit,
8$K ... n Bsy lli.rc ,
feV'" iraiated M" An.
rfSi-?. vvinivvill l.ii paid lr
f-iif i'i retiirn to llic pre.
in in- of
rK& - A MX-KOUM Cottaai" on
fcJiZ2 Jr. Hotel Miect. nexi door
BsiSsfiSa '""deii'on x l.midyV den
tal olllee, I'or partieuhiis npplv to
.ja!.' lvv ANli:itiSON I . I ,' . 1 1 Y.
WANT K I)
"w""' I fttrij -s, i ' I'BMSHKI) nr Lntui
To-morrow, May JHh, will be $!&&. ? Itnomor Cotiiigii. lu o
AsceusioH day, a least of obligation g&eisffl "fur Honolulu. Aildien
solemnized iu memory of Clui.st'f.
glorious ascension into heaven on
the fottieth day afler his resunec
lion, in the hight of his apostles and
disciples (acts 1 'J).
Religious services as fallows: 0
and 7 a. in. low masses.
10 a. m. high pontillcal mass fol
lowed by the adminislialioii of tho
sacrament of baptism.
f) p. niMcoullruiatiou, holy in-oiry,
THE BESTPAPER m muWrilie
JL lor Is Uiu "iKlly Btl!lulitl. 60
Csntfl per laouUi.
"13. M.,"' Hi i.i.r.n.voillei
k?. a rUBNISIILI) Coiia;e
jft&j, on N'imaiiii clreei. invir
idffiSitia Vlneiaid, on eiisj terms.
.Vil at 1". riHBTZ.
ftuA pin;.MISR.S situated at
K?a9m X Kiipalama, at piescnt
U oecnpled by Mrs. (iuriicy.
Possession uIvpii on June 1, IWiO.
,iir;jvv .joun r. cnLKunx.
Oil HATUUDAV, Slay 'Mih,
AT IX O'CLOCK XOO.V,
The late Ifometead of tho s.iid I'lilllp
Milton, liuliig that eei tain propel ty situ
ate on the maiika shin of Kine; street. In
said Honolulu, between the picuiiscs
of M. H.v mail, Ksip. and Ales. Youiifi,
The above 1'iopeity Is planted with
fruit ttees and grapo vlue.s. and has an
aiteslaii well fioui which there Is now
an income of S-'UO per minimi. Title
pel feet. Also, at tlie s;mie time ami
jil.icu, and hy the same dlicctloii I shall
si'll that ce lam
Pirn or Parcel of M !
Minnie at Kiilaokalma, Hoiio'ulii, ad
joining the pieiulscs of Chillies Duduit.
l'-i.. and eoutainlng mi men ol .V.i-lOO
net es, suitable for a hoiueste.ul. Title
fcitr Deeds at the e.pen-e of the pur
chaser. i J AS. K. AlOIiiiAX,
.".tn id Aiictlfineer.
"IV)Sr Ollhe Bunk Book X.. fiflli.
J. 'I he tliiihr will pk'ii?e rrttiini nuiui
1(1 I'()s (Ifllc...
A r;t)LI) Watch Chin n. eontainlng
J. ihotogiaph. A inward will bo
nlvi'ii to any perhou returning Mild
Watnli Chin lii to
tiOllt Xuuanii stiect.
BrnVEKX Iniuie Asylum and Queen
Mreot, a .Small Seaif Tin, sot with
four diamonds and ruby In center.
Kinder will plen-e return u Brt.i.ni.N
Olllee and iccelve rewind. .'.19 lvv
I am liisiiucted liv Du. TKOl'SsL.H'
lo m'II al Public Auction,
On V'El). KSDAY, May !i8,
VT IS O'CLOCK Ml.
t I'ule.s prcviouly disposed of al prl
v.tio -ale) the follow iu Valuable I'ro
perry, (Hie oulv reason for sel'lmr Is tint
want ol ti'lie to U4C tlie It itith),
I ,m r, ir ., t .It .
V IT K QUI 10 nilPIl Q
i uu-ii luiHtua Muuu u;
Willi Masts, Sails-. Anchor. I'll'liu-,
Kte . Kte.. "-pli'inlldly lilted out mid
leiiily lor iis(i
!:.(l fJallnn. of Xapiha for Knel.
1 l'l-!ooi, Naptha Lntmcli, oieu bo.it,
with Awning and Oar-.;
1 Mim-of-War (!ig. with Oats, Must and
Sull; a veiy pictty boat;
Piolmbl.v the ratp-i Sail Boat lu
the liaibor, Culler Itlggcd;
I Baiiicgat SiieaUboN, with JIasts mid
.Sail, and Folding Center-board,
llnbheil lu Kaucv WooiIh;
1 L'J-foot LltoBoat with Copper Tanks,
1 Canvas Folding Boat
1 Lnglhh Cornelo,
1 Coppered Heow.
Sails Spur-, Blocks anil Killings ol all
1 I'oot L'ltho A Tools lor Wood, Iron
and Hi. -ins,
1 2-Hnr-c Power Milniimii Kiiirliie.rondv
lo put iu a boat wltli piopelle'r
Biio.vs Anehois ,t Mooilmts; also, tho
BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE,
Of the best description.
The proNimliy of the uevv mnrkel
makes thin boat house a very Valuable
1'iopcrty, thero Is every convenience io
stowaway ami lift light ill id heavv hoatv,
and Is suitable torn bout or yacht club,
pilot house or llfo saving Minimi.
Ground rent Is $:S0 per annum, fiom
MenM's. Lylo it Sorrensoii.
Bfflf'The Boats am ictidy foriilulut
any tltuo by applying at tho boat house,
and ovury Boat Is lu perfect older.
.V,2 Id Auctioned.
B. F. MLEBS & CO.
Si lOItX' SJTItEK'r.
n.vvK .ti'ui iir.OT.ivKi v vmtv t..vnoi; .v.ssour.Mk.NT or
Staple & Fancy Dry C
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Gout's Hni'iiiNUixig" Goods, Scr., kr..
All will be told at lteiiHonnhlo Tiices.
g&" Our Dief-Miiaking Dopartinont iiniior tlio nmiingoiiii nt of MISS
OLA IMC will be i (-opened about May 12lb.
CORXEIC HOTEL & FOHT STREETS.
ew Goods- New Good
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste !
Fuli Lines of Persian
ALL AT il.'i C'KNTS l'ICH YAIM)
-AT VKKY LOW PIMOKH-
-ornur llolel & Fori Miivolw,