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Will be rtceiveil at the lnlonor
Ollicc until P1MDAY, M.iy SO, 1S510,
ut 11! o'clock noon, di pnbli.-hin;;
I be eion Laws of 1WK), a - foilowr
I Publishing m iicivpnpet, Eng
lish, one time, ut jut l,0(u em t. oc
tavo ine.isuio, double column.
1! Publishing iu newspaper, Ha
waiian, one time, at jiri 1,000 eni" ,
octavo ine.isiiie, iloublc column.
ii Printing and binding f0() en
pies of the above laws, Knlixh, in
same stylo an Hc.sion Lawn o( ISS8.
4 Printinj and binding fiOO co
pies of the above laws, Hawaiian, in
same style a Session Laws of 1838.
All bids must, bo endorsed "Tender
foi l'rintinc Laws" and mut-t be
made in eonformily with tin .ibuve
iteiiH ns specified.
Tho Minister of the Interior doff
not bind hini'olf to aoccj t the lowest
or any bid.
L. A TUCP.STON',
Mini-lei of the Intfiioi.
Ir.tirioi Office, May 2)5, IS'.").
son of George II., who was Mn of
George I., who was eon of Sophia,
hleetieis of Hanover, who wni
daughter of Kli?abeth, Queen of
lluhl'inia, who was (laughter of .lames
I., who was son of Mary, Queen of
Scots, who wa the iluiiglitor of Mar
garet, Queen of Scotland, who was
the ilautrhter of the Pnncos Klia
belli, who win daughter of Edward
IV., wlio was son of lml.cof
Yotk, who was sou of Ihehaul Duke
of York, who was son ol Ktlwnril
III., who was son of Edward 11.,
who was son of Edward 1.. who was
son of llcnrv 111 , who win son ol
John 1., who was on of Henry 11
NOTICE of INTENTION !
The undersigned culls the attention of the hoiuc&cukhiK and purchas
ing public to his place on A'uuanu Avenue, known as the "Mnguin Place, "
which lie intcnd.s to cll at a er Low Figure with all the improvements
thcrton, to wit:
A 7-room 2-story Dwelling House
Willi llathiooui, Kilelicii, Water i Clothes Closets attached, a l-Ifoom
Outbuilding, a Stable for two horses, Carriages S Feed Shed, Chicken
house & Intensive Mm l.envaul, W'atei pipes all over the grounds The
2.7 Acres of tfe Finest Garden Land I
ISSt'Ki) HY TUK
FisflnsnR & a
whowa son of Matilda, Duchies Allll IM ,,niiloil ulmost enliielv in Grapevines (0,000 pieecs), Peaches,
of Anson, who was daughter of A.)lSl.ol mn KigS ,ui other Choice Fruits, all of which arc growing
Henry 1., who was sou of William rclna,cnby well in the cool Milley air. Chinee Tea now thrives on the
The descent has
i emote branches of the family as
often ay through the reigning sover
A COCO CAME.
'ti!i!U to neither Sat sar Party,
li)t established for the bent lit vl all.
MONDAY, MAY DO, 1890.
A lot of South Sea Islanders
wuoi' terms of contract have expir
ed have been for a long time past
waiting in Honolulu to be taken
back to their native home?. They
wuii! here under agreement that
they should lie taken home tit pub
lie expense at the expiration of their
contracts. The agreement has net
been kept. Why not?
The island steamship people seem
to have endless trouble in connec
tion willi getting their seamen on
board on the departure of steamers
itom Honolulu. Anyone iu the ha
bit of visiting the wharves to see
steamers off can bear testimony that
it. is no uncommon occuriencu for
halt-intoxicated sailors to stubbornly
efuse to go aboard, and defy those
to whom they are under contract to
usp force. Making an example or
two by the inllictinn of the severest
legal penally would probably help to
lessen the annoyance.
We expect, the public txpeet, a
thorough investigation of the opium
scandal. It would if nicely lie pos
sible for a better or stiongei' coin
, mittee for the purpose to be ncleet
ed fiom the House than the one
appointed. At intervals, for many
mouth1, past, the ail has been murky
with imams in relation to opium ir
regularities, other than the facts
lecently published. How much of
truth oi how much of falsity they
contain is not known at present.
When the committee has completed
its work we hope to bo better iu-formetl.
r.mioi: li i.i l'ij.n:
In your last issue to hand, there
appears a communication containing
the letter nl a giil, describing the
proceedings at an excursion given by
the Kilauea Sugar Co. to a few
Mends, on the occasion of the open
ing of a new hue of plantation rail
way. Thoie are I suppose people who
enjoy having publicity given to pri-
ate atiairs ; but to me, and I believe
also to the others whose names are
mentioned, it is distasteful, I am
told that the letter was sent you by
thediummer of a tirni of' liquor
tlealeis; and as the letter was not
even written to him, it was a decided
plcfit of impertinence on his part.
It is annoying enough to have
these gentry coming on a plantation
at all, and when they are allowed to,
the len-t that can "be expected of
them, is that they should mind their
1 must say that 1 am surprised
that without the authority of anyone
entitled to give it, you kIiouIiI have
published this school girl' inno
cently written composition. How
ever a editable a production it may
Iu, she ceitamly never wrote it for
publication in the newspapers.
II. A. Macmk, .mi.
Kilauea, Kauai, Mav '21, lH'.IO.
GENEALOGY OF QUEEN VICTORIA.
Km i on Uli.i.kiin:
lu view ot the near approach of
the sevcnty-tlrbt anniversary ot Iho
birth of Queen Victoria, it "may bo
interesting to trace her genealogy
hack to tho Noiman Conquest.
Queen Victoria is daughter of
Klward, Duke of Kent, who wns
mou of George III., who was grand-
The Hluru Uent ttan Kumchumetitiri
Five ti Tii iv a and ttu Iniiin:; to
.Saturday's match of baseball was
a good one throughout and iu every
respect, l'he Stars overcame the
Kumchamchas, live to three runs in
eight to nine innings. The batteries
of both clubs played admirably and
were well supported in tho field.
Three mutual whitewashed in mic-
ccsiion at the beginning of the game
piovc the precision ot the pla.
Scarcely was there an error to re
cord till the game, was more than
half tivct. An immense attendance
watched the game. The grand
stand was tilled, liauks ol men and
boys lined the barrier between the
stand and the diamond. Hundreds
observed the spoil, from rows of car
liages and saddle horses on the four
sides of the giouiul. lly request of
Major Wodchouse, Biitish Commis
sioner, the Hoyal Hawaiian Hand
played during the uituch, in honor
of Queen Victoria's birthday. It
played "Cod Save the Queen" at
the close. "McOiniy" was tinely
played in the concert, and "Annie
Kooney" so impressively that it was
easy to imagine theie was not a dry
eye on the square! The weather
was that ot a perfect Honolulu Hum
mer afternoon. Mc-;rs. W. A.
Wall and llenrv Kaia umpired tho
game to universal satisfaction. Fol
lowing is a summary ending with
First innings, Kamehamchas to
bat, l'ahau got base on balls, out
stealing second. Wise took his leave
on strikes, and Crowcll was inter
cepted at tirnt base. Chandler of
the Star club went to base on balls,
second on Chan. Wildcr's hit, and
third on .1. Perry's first gained
through a muff by Crowcll. These
three were then Iclt on bases by
Wodchouse, Chat. Wilder, and A.
Perry's stt iking out.
Second innings - Davis hit to
Chas. Wilder, who fell and under
threw, giving him tlrst. Mahuka
was dropped at, first trom Caiter,
who nearly made, it a double play
on Davis at second. I.awelawe
went the way of the pievious batter,
and Makaimoku failed at the same
stage. Commit and Winter hit the
inoffensive atmosphere thiee times
each, and Davis dropped Caiter at
Thiid innings-Waluuemaikai was
tumbled at Ihat trom Wodchouse,
Itichanl from Carter, and l'ahau
fiom A. Perry. Chandler hit to
Makaimoku, who didn't get it in
time, stole M'cuiid, and went io
third on . I. Perry's out by Mahuka
at first, after Chan. Wilder had
thrice missed hits. Wodchouse was
dropped at lit st from Lawelawe.
Fourth innings Wise struck
tluee times. Ciowell hit for first,
got second on somebody's blunder,
third on Davis' retirement at liist
from Clias. Wilder, and home on a
hit by Mahuka. Lawelawe at first
made third out. Chas. Wilder re
gistered a single to iclt field, went
to second on A. PcrryS base hit, to
third on Conrad t's, and home on
Winter's. Caiter gave a lly to first,
and Chandler one to right ; then
Chan. Wilder hit the sphere but not
far enough to relieve the full liases.
Kamchnuieha 1, Star I.
Fifth innings Makaimoku on
strikes and Wahinemaikai at first
went out, and Itiebard, whom Car
ter failed to stop at first, was left
on second by a brilliant running
catch ot Pahau by Conradt.- .).
Perry and Wodehnuse were icmov
cd at first. Chas. Wilder hit u two
baser, and scored on a single by A.
Perry. Conradt made three vain
strokes. Star I, total:.'.
Sixth innings Wise struck out.
Crowcll and J)avis were felled at
tlrst from the box and second base
lespccUvely. Winter struck out,
Carter tipped a foul to the catcher,
Chandler could not reach first, be
foie the ball from short stop.
Seventh innings Mahuka donat
ed a foul to the catcher, Lawolawe
got a start on balls, made gallant
slides to second and third, and
crossed the plato on Makaimoku's
out at first. Wahinemaikai closed
tho scene with three ,stiikC9.
Chan. Wilder accommodated occond
base with a lly. .f. Perry reached
til. si on an error, stole second, and
scored on a two-baser by Wodc
house. Chas. Wilder and A. Peiry
went out in tandem trying to hit the '
ball. Kamehymelia 1, total -' ; Star j
1, total '.). I
Kighth innings Uichard hit a lly i
to tlrst base. Pahau and v ise weie
dropped at first, from Caiter and
Wodchouse respectively. Conradt
iniulo three strikes, Wintei follow-
land. An abundance of Hoses of the choice-.! kinds and a variety of other
Flowers adorn the place the year around. Theie is no better Property
than this in the maikU ciiisideiing the
CLIMATIC ADVANTAGES nad LOW PRICE !
Tin only ici-oii ol sale is, that 1 am going to leave the Islands to return
to the Coast '1 he eventual purchaser of the place can. if he wants to,
Household Furniture, Range & Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools,
Ho-m 4- W'jgcm, lUrstiWi, 1 Kto., tit n Very KwwaaWe 1'mm I
t'af For terms of snle ami all pailicnlar- apply at the promises,
V. K. KEFKKL.
Cash Assets, : : :
ktB For full particulate apply to
SS. J5. JJOfiE,
Oencial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
tt U b
si u m t w tfi
mir m m & y ilfi' m sa XX
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OKDKK -
o Cr.? liv
ing him with ally to the pin-hei.
Carter made a ha- hit, iraehed
second on nn oveitluow. stole
third, and come home on Chaudlei's
hit. ( handler got home on a hit by
Wildei, who was vent to second and
third by .1. Peiry. Wodehousc be
ing retired at (list fjotn tliiid pn
vented lurtlier -u-oilng. Stat -, to
Ninth inning. Ciowell got base
on balls, stole second and thiid.aml
got ho'ne on Davis' hit. Davia
stole second tint vv.is put out trying
to steal iliinl. .Mahuka was put out
at second, and Law claw e at first by
a line double play of Carter and A.
Peny. Ninis had this inniig to
span.'. KaiiM-hninehii 1, lota
Stai, total .V
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lVri-v, -L r. f
Wodelioiisf, M HI)
WilihT. Ju. s.s
Peiry. A. 1st It..
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111(1 l litis.
Thursday Kvuniiig, May :il.
Oi-.ind ('ntniillmuittiiy IJenellt
ll lllll'llll to
Comedy 4 Driiiiiiilic i'o.
Uiwnpfiiiy A, HiisioSulu Rides,
in v.lileh iiee.-islon the Tliimi f'omeilv
I'd. will give as a latewill. pibu
lu iln-U ilf):irtm- foi
Oteat Hiiict.i.u'uT Mtlltaijf D;unn,
.'.? Jlo p'uii al.t. H. Hrown'i. Pur-
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic
Istliiiin anil Saloon Srcal, !
&V Anil will be nr.LlVKUKI) KlIKK of CHA1KH2 to any purl of the eiiv.
t'l.UVe. Tea, flineolnte A Milk,
Soiifccd I'i''s Feel, Col;l Ham,
Spiced Tone.ue, Spiced I'eef, .Sul.-nls, Klu.
(liietto anti iit's Circle 6:
i."e.; Unllciy .M'.'
tie -i, r. vi
C. ABL.j:3, Mar.RCJr
H'l-e. e. 1....
t liiwell. l.f.,
Lawel.iw", 2il b...
M.iUalmokii. s m...
Kiehanl, 1. t
FiNE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN - CIGARS !
X l.UIOK ASSOlilMUNT Of
IMpo & !lj;arjtt' Toharr.o, lMpcs, Uigur & OIf?aroltt Holders. 'u!I Irlul;;j,
fftS?" Orien fiom II 110 ,v M. until ft !!0 I-, M. Sutuiday niebl, unfln nil nitibt Hell
Mill uiil 'lMephoni- 211. Post
m. until 0 .'!0 i
OHlce Uo L7S.
t ".tvrr-i WMrmM,tiirmlt ji krm tiwin in n n in unrn i if t "
I'elej bone i:S0.
era ytsntsa'ir sEnrfA3bJ a; R4t?a TiRnfil&&suH& &Tsrfo$
&m 1 1 tiURiiliil- Mlillif 1 IP
a fieaa h a MssfBUiin&f & w v vhibbv uvh
-vT -va rw i
M AXlr FA CTUKBKS OF
Seine bv hiuhifts
Sttns 00011012 ' 5
K.iiiiih.tuu-ii.1... . ooo i no i ii i :t
rallied runs m ii , :t
'I su-il.le Ilit Wollchnll-i'
I)milili! i)liiy--('.uier to 1'eiry, A.
U.t'. n ball-. -l'.lb.Ul. Ciowell, l.a-
vw liiv.e, Cliauiller.
Mi-iiel, nut Wise .". M.-ikaliiiul.ii. Wn
lilmMimlktii. C'liiin. W lliler. Woilcllimie.
elms. Ih'.ei 2, I'eny 2, Connalt :i, and '
N tntei L'
Muleli bases -Stars ."i, ICumeliiunPlm-,
Left on bases -Slurs in, Kaiueha-nii-li-H
'I line ft fii-.nie-l br. SO mln.
t uiplics- W. .A. Wall ami ii K'lila.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
is aaw freriKd U iloKvcr Ice to tia;.- p.ist
er ll Uity.
The packing and tblpment of eimntry
ordeis will jyu'ive must careful atten
tluu. All of our lee U iiiaiiuf.ietureil fiom
Pine Moiinialu Water, earefullv tittered
bv Ihe Ilyjut l'uie Water Co. Killer,
vvliii-li is liniver-iilly a l;nowleil'il in
be the be?t lliler m.lile.
P.iel.auci of Huitei. (iaiiie, J'Mi,
Meals, lite., leeeiveil fur colli -Initix''
iu our lScfiip'iniiinr Konin- .'it iihmIi
Sole Proprietors of BAILEE'S SAESAPARILLA & IRON WATEll,
Giapr Ale, Hon Ma, Graaaia, Saiton, Sarsaiarilla, im Mm, Etc.
tsar All cotttniniiicttUonu imtl ordors should bo ailtlrusKCd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
:wo J in
iQ" Ii-'- b'l id'' ai the I'ai-lnrv at any
liiuir, dnj or idht. ' ."('. Im
n t f TT ' Mm e nr le-; anil
i I fl 11 TflTn 1 a n Pi V 2 Pair oi WOEKING OXE
ULvlilVilliCxj XJL.UJ V ; itolunj,-bi'v t the l-Mate of. I. (ilea
v nn. ilceiM-i'd,
AT A.ljcviti's. . uTfrnuinii.Qir ip
On T11UJJKDAV, 31a JJftili,
at i-i o-ti,oni xoox.
I will sell at I'nb'ile Atiutioii, at Mi. S.
CullunV, Wai.t)n)li. Knolau, U.iliu,
20 Horses and Colts,
:v-rAWicm.lb mCumn. tTrS'srK3AXWZt. JfcJjJgJl g g
h a tja'H s
tt lia u ? 2 a
L cT K5" Hi 0
n m h k v iz
a U bMPti
CO!;'!:!t HOTEL & FOliT STREETS.
TO-MOltlSOW, May 'rtth,
at vi -'i.o::i oo,
I will K'll at Public Auction, at my
100 Bales Choice California Hay ! O11'
...... , ' illU Iw
OltAPHS FOi: SALE I
LEW I S.J. LEVEY,
I HAPK.-j on tin' vine for nle at
1 O V01.UMK.S Kueyelopa-ilta Ibltan
li nieti, iloioeco" biiiuiil. In tfowl
eomlilliin, never u-eil, Applv at this
(.illee. ' r.r.:i Iw
I" AM SAM ha. tohl hi' iliy mnU I "lt UT ilinvvn by Clay A: Unbln-n
J bin-liiei.1;, Ineluillii leaie ot bullil- XJ on.I.T, Waterhou'nu for Mal.fiS
hilt, llMiucn, cle , at corner of Siiilili i In fnvor ni Akiiuuuii anil eiiilnrsed by
ami P.imihl stiectj!, to bnu Yin Yin-', AUnnnua ami Ahko. Xol ceit.ilu tibout
ami all claims to Mate wf Eilc will be
-etileil by J.nm Stun, ljuie of talo
May ill, IMm.
.-.ni :u '
'rill'. l'e(i)leN lee .V Itefilenillii"
1. Co. will hell lee fiom ami alter
ilate iu quaiitllicN to Milt tit factuiy
pi lee at ttie iocerv stmo nt
lli:.KY DAVIS .V CO
Iliiimlnlu, Mti.v -JJ, 1WM. r,ii-. lot
NOTICE of SALE.
The AX ,le:unsliHi
" Sagami Maru,
Will leave llo-iolulii for the nbiivn iiuti
on or iitmui
1-T Pur freight or inussjje, ImvIhj!
Hiii.ct lot etiblti anil Hto.Tur.o i.ccotiiino.
iliitioati, apply to
Wni, 0. I P.WIN & Co.,
Ml til Ajfi'M.
,i it. itom:jtT jiAKNTinf.D win
ill huh! a ptivabi Kale, at his studio.
Spiijckel'H Itlock, ilurini; the tiltoinnoie,
of Siturdfij- ami .Monday next. When
lie will offer a selection ot local v lnvvi.
In bfitli oils ami watei colon., at veiy
iiiueli ledueetl iate lor cash. flfi!) id
A NXU AL ME ET1 NO .
rpiIC Straiiffers' Pi lend .Society will
1. hold Its annual nieetlnj; on MON
DAY, May Jtlth, at i o'clock . m., at
tho uIdenee of the Hon. Chatlis H.
UUhop. All lnteiosted ate eonllally
Invited to attend, (leiiilemim me lu-
i vlted for the cieidiif;. .Wild
I iitn in-iiiii-Ji-il by Hi:. TllofsSKAf
to sell ill Public- Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, .Juno I,
AT II O-CI.OCU ilOS,
(I'nless prevlou-ly dNpo-i-d ufatpil
viile Mile, tbe following Vilunble Pm
I'l'it.v, (Hie only it-.'isoii for sel'bijt I- ihe
uatiL ot tin e to Use the Itutils),
i SO-it Nasiim Lmicji 'Jene'
With Must-. Sail". Anchor. Chnlii-,
Ivlc . Kte.. pphMidldly lltli'd out iiml
ic.idy fur uej
'.'.'.0 lialloiis of N'tiptba fm Paul.
1 CI -foot N.-iptha r.'iunch, npeu boat,
with A wiling and Otns;
1 Man-iif-War Ola, with O.ir.-t, Mnt and
Mil; a vety pietl, boat;
1 Catamaran " Ailjalross "
Piobably tin- I'H'trst Sail limit lu
the hiu hor, Cutter ttletl;
1 1l.il in Kid Siii'iikhnx, vviih Masts unit
Sail, ami PoldhiK Oniei'-hoaid,
lllllmed iu Panev Woodri;
1 JJ-loot I.lie Ileal with Copper Tanks,
1 IhiftlUh Coracle.
I Cojipeied Scow.
Sails. SptiH, lllneks ami rilt!ns of all
1 Pool l.-ulie .V. Tools (or Wood, lion
and lti-.ti ,
I 1 L'-lbu-e Powerslilpm-ui Ihiiue, ready
io pin in :i noiu witu piopi'Ucr
llunjs, Anchors - Mooilai;s; aUn the
BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE,
Of the best Uei vlpunn.
The pioxbulty of the new market
mal.i'-j tills boat house a very Valuubh)
Pinpcity, them Is every convenience to
stowawav and lift lihland heavy bouts,
ami Is suitable for a boat oryticlit clnh,
pilot house, or life paving titatlmi.
Oumuil lent USilO per iiiuuim, from
MeBsiv. I.vle & SorreiiMin.
SajrThe boats aro ready for trlnl at
any time by applying at the bout hoiine,
ami every Boat Is hi perfect order.
11Y LAST ".MAltU'OSA" 1 IIKPKIVKI) A I.AKOE STOCK OP
s9 Fancy Goods !
Which are now opened out for inspection.
Choice Selection of French 8atoer.es !
Pa.-t Color.-., about 150 Pieces tit 25 cents a yard ;
SCOTCH ZKPHYItS, tho Latest Novelties;
A New Line of TOYAI. IJATISTP;
PKIt.SlAX MULLS, iu the Litest Design;
JL!u-it JLitiviiM I JL,in on Xu-sviin
I wish Io call the attention that I have Ibis season importod th l-'inwl and
lteM heleeted Hlocl: of
V5 HITE GOODS
Of Evoty Desciijition. lisO jieu Io nclect from. I hnve bought
1,500 Pieces of Eiiifeias in BoM from tin East
An luiment'O At.soitment.
03T Ladies in want of KinbioiderieB can Mvr 30 Rr cent on eveiy
I'eb 1-ilO Cornnv Ilotol St, Fort, StnwvlH.
FIGURED INDIA SILKS
TIIK LAltOEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK Ol
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILK
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leailinn Millinery House, (Jorner Poil A Hotel fti.
gjgr Xo. ;1 Patterns alike. Patduonabht DrensinakiiiK upslnirH j5f
LEWTH J. LEVEY,
W td Aiietlomtcr,
AVftliout a Klval in lrh & ()uulil !
Ono-third tho Prica of the Roynl !
Every Housekeeper Should Uso It !
SJSBT A fhiviiiRof a:J Pet Gent in Cost and Quality the Voiy Peal, vg
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
1 "'"'l Oin Exehirive Acenls foi the Hawiiii.in Ilamls.
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