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MONDAY, MAY 'JO, 18U0.
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Leave Honolulu... '.mho r.::hi
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l.c:iV(! .Miiiuni: II :(I0 1 :KS
Arrive Huilohllli. . . I : Id 5:.ll
Wiiliilcnlis limn Kintal
tiuur Kr.flla Irom Kiiuni
.Stint' Llkcllke irom iMitiit
ICainilloa fiom Knii.it
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.Mny .'.") -JnpSti
Ymmislilro Main, Young, fur
Yoknlimuii at 1- in
Am bkt Amelia, Newhall, foi Sim Fi.iu-
.Stiiir Hawaii for Ilam.ikua at in n in
Nnir.bis Makee for Kiipmi nt I p in
titinr MoUo.HI fur Molokai at p in
Stmr .1 A. Uiiunihis for Kooliiu at !) a in
Selir Liika for Koluilit
Atn -l-mnstcd fchr H K Wood for I'oit
" VESSELS'lLAVINU 10-MdlUHJW. ""
Sctir Hnlcakiila for Haw till
Mmr Hkellke for Maul at f. n in
Imiiii' Klliuieu If on for llittmikiiii at .1 pin
Stmr Waiale.ilo lor V:iinu'.i and N'.i
wlllwlll at " l in
f!tinr Kanla for Kilauea and lliuialci at
-I p in
Am Iiktuo (ioo C fiilklli", Aekcimau,
for foil Townsciiil
rdnEIGN VESSELS Iff PDRT."
11 11 M f Clmmpion, St Clair, from Ila-
i; S 6 XipMc, McCurley. fioin Samoa
1.' S A Adams. .) li Greene, from Samoa
Hi- ship l'.oriowihtle, Guthrie, fioin
llt.l I'mnU'i-, Dow, from San Fi.ineben
Am bUt lrmgard, A 11 Paul, from .Sim
Ilk Alex McNeil, Frlls, f i out San Fian-
Am bkt U O Funk, A 0 Glascr. from
Am hk Colusa, lJaekits, from Newcastle,
Am l-iunsted ?c!ir F, K Wood, N O Lar
sen, from Newcastle, N S W
Am iiih-s packet Morning is tar, O F
Garland, from South Ssea Islands
From windward per tmr I.lkellkc,
.May 2i J Xuil, Lo Uhong, H Law.-, Y
Aliiu, Mr? Clarke, C F Haldwhi, Tuck
Luii:. J!i'o Frltch and wife, AV M Ter.i
plfton, K .1 Wulgut, Miirlu Iviinnlicli',
llmiiili Kuiiahele, Jllss Kulaulkapu,
From Kuuni per wlnir Waiuh-alc,
May 25 Mr A Maekintotli, I Y
Spilz, wife, and i-hild, O Muhhnann,
wifo and two children, l)r Andeivon,
): Jonofs, 0 Schol., V i Ji-unhcrg, K
I'odoyn, Mrs Hiibn, 1'iof Bolton, Jtio
Aslidinvii, and III) deck.
The Mmr Knalu bronglit '.'100 bugs su
j;ar from Kauai yesterday.
Thesunr Wahdenle anlved on Suu
ilay moriihiK finii) Kaimt with :'.t'75 Ijiiks
Migur, 8 hore, 19 paokngus h!de. and
70 paeuaK''-i suuuiii'c.
WOOD At Honolulu, May 2Glh, to
the wifo of Dr. C. P.. AVood, u
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EVEHTS THIS EVEKIUG.
Ilarmony Lodge. I. 0. O. F.,
Untirt coiioi'rt at Kmniii Sqimre,
Lodge lu Progrc'i, A. V. & A.
M., nt 7:30.
Annual receptionSlnwiKers' Friend
Sncioty, resiilunuo lion. C. It.
Uospol nicetinf,' in Fowler'n yard,
A few minutes uftor -1 o'clock this
moniiii',' u ory of lire was heard on
Hotel street, and after sonic delay
the bells wore mug. The llro was
in a Chinese cigar stand on Hotel
ritrcet, opposite Horn' llakery, unci
was probably caused by cockronclics
and matches. The blaze wua check
ed by two bucket! of water, and
subsequently put out by the Van
theon host). Kniiuu Co. No. 2 and
their volunteer boys were quickly
ut. the place, but were not needed.
Noble Anderson la tho most
ieal looking member.
Noble J. M. Ilornnr
n the nio'it
Members of (lie l'lanlura'
lianv in the Aisemhlv are
nuver backward in npenking.
There am three inciuborn mid two
olUcetH of the House named Wilcox.
There are three Homers in the
assembled wisdom. Each of them
looks as if lie could say, with "little
Jack Horner" of the F.nglish nursery
classics, "What a good hoy am I."
Hop. llrown i the referee on
Noble Wideinanti umpires the
pKictico and precedent gnme.
Noble Vhillips is the picture of
Noble Haldwin is the last rose of
Noble Walbtidgo is the good
Noble von Tcmpsky wears a
Hop. Baker's face threatens a
funuy speech. He'll get it off be
fore many days.
LOCAL & UEHERAL HEWS.
TltKlll. it n collate I" lelll ril'nr thu I
Rilglc llotlc. I
It mined heavily nt Kw.i ve-iei- i
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Waiuiici wnc lively with seiib.ilhcri
I'ntNTixii tu'iiders nr invited by
the .Minister of lnteiior.
1)11. I.lllidy lni been eonlilli'd In
hi- hou-o by'illiiiMB fur iumu1 diiyo
Tii::nr: i n splendid dniieini;
paity at the My i tie lhmt t?liib hmire
('ossii'ttAni.i: tnat!"i li.i 1 n
ennvded nut of thii i.i.Mtc. It will
A m:t balance of about if.'jon w.i
received bv l'rof. Sum l-t fmni hit
benolll Ftiiln.v nilit,
Tun JapancM' iiniiiiginiit weie d
diencd ye.itorday by Mr. S.iyfunl
tlii'.;t)Kli nu intrrprulei'.
Tina M'Uthi'ily weather niaked
j'oine people ciunky who would iithci
V.MI' be iplite iie.i(eablr.
Tin: yuoMl-5 of the Ilamillnn !Ioiie
rnli'itnin thn'O of Wnikiki Vill.i nl
(ho Ilaiuilton lliis eveiiiiiL-.
I.M K'ltn'i iliy guilds hiiiiiic.-j at.
tho ctiruei f .-:iiiit!i and Paiuihi
leel1 hilh been nd.l in Sue Yin
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A bt'i:ciAi. meetiiii; nt' the Hawai
ian Jockey Club is called fm next
Thiiiiid.iv oveniii, at the Hawaiian
A i.aiioi: hall ii hcimj picpaicd fm
the ht. Antoiiin Itcnewili-ni Society
(I'orLUKio'M'), nvcr ami in icai m' Mr.
(.'. T lint .' htinr. lCiur -trret.
Mil. Molntu.-h w.i- lakiut; erluin
iiiciisiiieineutH nl the Ailiii;tnn
block, the other day, iie.Minlnty to
all il on f i nut leplitiiii); the hrii !:.
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Two fxi'ullent pholotrinpiiM, finely
coloied, of llm "Thiee J.ittlo Maids
from School," imp mi ehibition in
the window of the Pacilic Ilaidwaie
Co V store.
Mil. S.iyfnnl Miid, Suturil.iy ecn
iii;, that thii.se who remained away
ft oiii chiiioh nu aceounl of thf hypo-
elite.-, in it, Would have to be with
them in the cud.
Vi'corNr Torie, leliiini' l)idoiiiu
tic. Agent and Coiimi1-Coiioi.i1 for
Japan, and his Mioucscor, Mr. Tizo
Mu-iil:i Phornkni, li.nl andieiici of
the King on tfiittinluy.
Tun file whoro Peail City is lo be
is niiiliMgiuiig changes. Two or
thico neat buildings ain being erect
ed, and something h being done in
the way of lamUcapu gardening.
TWO bundled and sixteen tickete.
were taken in at the "ennlidential
talk" .Saturday evening. Mr. Snyfoid
became warmed up at times and could
bo distinctly heard half a block oil.
Dit. 11. W. Andor.-on has returned
from his visit to Kauai and Niihaii,
ami has, resumed his dental piactice.
At Niihau the doctor found a human
skull with all llm troth in excellent
A wi:m.-known nativo man named
Optiuui, belonging to Ihe district of
Kwa, was thrown from his horse on
Satuuhiy afternoon, and badly in
jured. Tho injured man died at an
caily hour this moining.
Tttr. llijou Comedy Company will
give ilioir last perfoimanco at the
Opuru llotisu next Thuisdiiy night,
wiion the French Spy will bo pie
rented. Tho occasion will he a bone
tit to tho conipanv by Co. A Hono
Kimn: Damon, eldest oll of llii
Fxcellency S. M,. Damon, was shot
through thu hand Saturday. A com
panion was handing him bis gun
over a bank, when tho piece wa
accidentally discharged with tho
painful iesult mentioned.
Mi:. J. M. Monsarrat will leave by
II. U. M. H. Champion, when tho
Acoin arrives, for K-quimnult, H. C,
as Kiiest of Captain SI. Clair, and
will lelurn to Honolulu by way of
Fan FiiinciM'o. Mi. Monsarr.il vtill
bo away about two mouths.
F-ioiiteun cases of drunkenness
wore disposed of in tho usual way in
tho Polico Court this morning, bum
Noon was lined $200 ami .fit costs,
and sentenced to 2-1 hours at ban1
lahni, for opium in po-sesiion. Other
cases were continued or discharged.
Mil. Fahehild, who 0:11110 lo Hono
lulu a few days ago to look after pome
maehinciy which came by the Uor
rowdale, loturns to Kenliu, Kauai,
by tho steniiioi .las. Mnkee this even
ing, taking with him a scow lo land
a steam plough whh h will follow in
a week or so.
A I'KiirioN has been icceivcd by
tho Uoaid of Health from .".Hi lepcis
on Molokai, praying that Dr. Swift
be retained us icsidont physician.
Tho petitioners say Dr. Swift is tho
best physician they ever had, that
bo cures all their minor ailments,
and slays willi I hem always.
Mil. Alfied Fowler, oil learning
Saturday that Iho City of Puking,
and another of ihe Japanese steam
ein, would hu leaving for Japan the
iniddlo of next month, and givo him
another opportunity of leaching that
country without going to San Finn
cisco for the purposo, decided to re
main over for 0110 of tho ubovo ves
sels, to avail himself of the opportun
ity of vititing tho Hilo and llama
kua Districts, which ho is very de.
sirotts of doing.
Mo.ndav, May '2(!.
The Legislature was opened with
prayer by tin; chaplain at 10 o'clock.
.Minutes "f laH two days wcio lead
by the secretary and the inlurpictcr,
and with slight collections adopted.
Hep. Kiiuni presented a petition
tioin ilonoula i:ii ,' signatures,
playing that the Constitution adojit
ed in 1.SS7 be aholiihed. Also, one
fiom the same place, that the pres
ent Cabinet, in whom Ihe people
have no conlhlcucc, be removed
li'om olllce, and Ihat all the power
be icsloictl to the King. Al'o, one
from liana that the provision lor the
election of Noble- by tho people be
abolished, nnd I hat Nobles he ap
pointed by llut Majesty. Also, one
fiom Knupo, that tl.c independence
of tho kingdom be perpetuated.
Also, otic from Katipo with .Vs ig
natures, lh.it Ihe Minister! he re
moved from olllce. All referred lo
Judiciary Committee. Also, peti
tion from Kipahuhi, that Articles
:il, II. I'J, 7, and others of the
Conitittition he aiiiciidcd ; Ihat the
present Ministry be removed, as
they arc the cause of great dissen
sion and tumult; that the people
elect all olllcois under His Majesty
fiom Ihe Ministry downward. He
fened 011 motion to committee on
miscellaneous petitions. Also, a
petition from Kipahulii, that the ap
piopriation for a resident physician
011 Molokai be discontinued, and
Ihat an appropriation he made for
the purpose of rewarding anybody
who di-eoveis a euro for leprosy.
Also one Irom the same place, that
no while or any other per.-on be ap
pointed doctor under the Hoard ot
Health unless he can cure leprosy;
also, that Ihe President of the Hoard
of Health be removed lioin otllce.
Heferred to sanitary committee.
Also, a petition Irom liana, that no
more people from other countries,
of whateier race, be allowed to in
ter this kingdom. Kclcried to com
mittee on commerce. Also, petition
fiom liana with oO signatures, that
one license for the sale of intoxicat
ing liquor be gi anted for each elec
tion district. Heferred to finance
committee. Also, a petition from
liana, that no commission or license
do given for laying any railway or
ditrging any canal through the land
ot any person, Hawaiian or foreign,
unless the owner gives his eon'cnl.
Referred to committee on public
lands. Also, petition from liana,
that all lostrielions on Hawaiians
practising medicine be taken away.
Heferred to sanitary committee.
Also, petition from the same dis
trict, ihat the allowance to His
Majesty, the Minister", and Judges
be reduced. Hcfcnetl to linaticc
Hep. Kapaehaolo presented a pe
tition from Molokai that three roads
mentioned he put in good condition ;
also, that SI 000 be appropriated tor
repairing Ihe road over the pali at
Kalaupapa. Heferred to committee
on public iauds.
Hep. Waipuilani presented a pe
tition from Kona that an appropria
tion of 81000 be made for the land
ing at Hoopuloa, and S2000 for the
road leading from that place. He
ferred to committee on public lands.
Ki:i'oin ok coMMini:i:.s.
Hep. Lucas from the printing
committee reported three bill'i icady
Noble Cummins for the committee
to reply to His Majesty's speech te
portcd the following dm It of ad
dress: "His Ma.ilstv King K.vlakvi'a.
"May it please Your Majesty:
"We Nobles and Hcpresentatives
in Parliament assembled, in reply
to Your Majesty's address troni the
throne, congratulate Your Majesty
on tho continuauoe of friendly rela
tions between your Majesty's king
dom and foreign nations, and which
has tended to sccmo the hsppitiess
of your .Majesty's sulijccts and all
sojourners within the kingdom.
"Whilst recogni.ing a fair degree
of commercial prosperity in the
biennial period Just closed, we sub
mit that there may arise ciretnn-
Miinees beyond our control which
may place a temporary check upon
"It is satisfactory for us to learn
that our credit is good and that our
financial condition is on a sound ha
uls; we trust your .Majesty it may
continue to improve.
"We shall carefully consider and
encourage every measure relating to
public improvement which may tend
to promote enterpiise and industry
by which labor 111113 receivo a fair
recompense for its service and in
vestment of capital a fair return and
to that end shall encourage railroads
and other public works.
"Wo congratulate .your Majesty
that the measures commenced sev
eral ycats ago for guarding the
health of the people are not relaxed,
and wo assitru your .Majesty that wo
will evor deem It of tho highest im
portance to encourage the best me
dical f,kill to ndvise. measures for
the public health.
"We notice your Majesty's refer
ence to haibor improvements and
assure your Majesty that wo shall
give our best attention to'such mat
ters as llm deepening and general
improvement of harbors, especially
those, ot Honolulu and Hilo.
"Wo sharo with your Majesty in
the hope that we may ere long have
the advantage of a submarine cabin
HONOLULU, ti. J
with the Pacitl.; Coast nnd the rcsr
of the wot Id, 'ind wc have no doubt
from picsciil indication that the
nations north ami touth of us 111 the
I'lii'Ille who are now deeply Interest-
ed in Ihe. matter will undorlake such ,
an enterprise, and our geographical '
position tenders it probable that we
will ho invited to join with other
Powers. Hut wc question Iho wi
dom of pledging the national eicdit
for such a work.
" We hae tho honor to he your
Majesty's obedient aid loyal 'sub
jects. "The Nobles and Hepresenlatives
111 Legislative Council Aseintiled.
Uy the t'oinmlltcc.
"J. A. Cunn.v-,
"J. K. Hon,
"W11. 11. Coitswi.t.t.,
"John W. Kai.ua,
"Vai.dkmvii Kxvti-i s.
"Honolulu, -J.'SO May. IS'.iO."
.Minister Thurston objected to
some points in the dratt, particular
ly that lcfening to apprehended
danger of a setback lo our piopcr
ily, and that objecting to sub-hiics
for railways or other works of im
provement. Complimenting the
printing committee lor the activity
already shown, ho moved the draft
be refeiied lo it and printed for the
infot niation of members.
Noble Phillips seconded the mo
tion. Hep. I'li'own supported the motion.
If this country is going 10 war with
any other country, or another coiin
tiy is going to sci.e this country. I
want to know it.
Hep. Xuwalii moved that Ihe ie
port hi. adopted. It was only Ihe
opinions of the committee. The
.Mini-ter who was so auvioiis a tew
days ago lo rush business now tried
to delay it by having the address
Hep. Hush said the thiealened
abolition of SNjjar duties by the
American Congress was ceilainlya
danger to be apprehended. The
King's speech was put in his mouth
by the .Ministers. Thu Miui-lers
showed they apprehended danger by
having kept armed men at the Police
Station tor a long time lately. A
great deal depended on whether tin
lIoii:0 should appiopriate money for
lotten cables such as the one icccut
ly laid to Molokai. Also it wtva im
pottant to know whether SIS, 000 a
mile should be given for railroads.
If there was no feeling of uneasiness
here, why should the bank transfer
its specie to I lie treasury vaults:
And why should there have been a
split in the volunteer foicos-'
Hep. Hickard opposed the motion
to adopt the report. The reinaiks
ol Ihe Minister of the Interior were
quite in place, and all this discus
sion came from the cause that His
Kxcelleni'v wished to remove by
having the report printed. He im
dertood but very little of the word
ing or the draft and presumed other
members were likewise in the dark.
He had every respect for and confi
dence in the gentlemen of the com
mittee, and their report perhaps em
bodied everything nccessaiy to the
honor of the House. As it was to be
a reply of this body as a whole,
it should express the views of all
the members. Therefore, it should
he carefully considered and he sup
ported the motion to have the draft
Noble McCarthy did not wish to
express any opinion on the matter of
the report, but was in favor of hav
ing it printed for information. The
House should not commit itself to
opinions that its future action might
Noble Haldwin said it was the
custom for the reply to be very sim
ple, not going into the policy of the
House. The lirst sentence objected
lo was a very important one, and he
did not suppose any member would
desire to lay down 11113 s,1(-''1 tiii iXH
that there should be any check to
the prosperity of the country. Pro
bably most of the committee belong
to the National partj, although lie
was not sure but thu chairman was
a Reformer. None of the commit
tee, however, could intend to do
aught that would ii.Jurc the country.
Noble Cornwell, as a member of
the committee, had mil had lime to
read it carefully before he signed it.
He was therefore in tavor of haviug
Hep. Kalua approved ol thertpoit
and lavored its adoption. He re I er
red to the inter-islaud cable failure.
The committee might have presented
tho repby lo the King without sub
mitting it to the House.
Hep. Kahookano wanted to know
what the report contained, and
favored the motion. He moved ihe
previous question which cariied, and
the motion to have the repoil pnnicd
Tile I louse adjourned at noon till
10 o'clock to-monow.
Sale C.ilii'oiiiia b.iv bv L. J. Lie
.Mil. L. J. Levev will sell C.difoi ui.i
hay al. suction to-moriow at 1
o'clock noon, at hi- 'alesionni.
T tn: ale of Dr. Tro'i-e.iu boats
has been po-tpoucil from .May the
JSth lo Wednerday, June -lib.
A mi:hil'vi si.ed audience willies,
ed tin )eifoinianee of I Slack-eyed
Stiisiu and the Hough Diamond, by
the llijou Comedy Company, at the
Opoia House on Saluiday uie.ht.
Lack of space in this i-Miu puwnt
a iuur' eteiiiled notice.
THE WEEKLY BULl.ETIN
1. :'d cfiliiniiia, piimly Incul iiniltci
Miitlid to furei;ii intiiitrh-s, JO per
MA. 5! flj, ldttu.
JOB THE PATHIOT DED.
.". mtual Mcftliitllll rtel'Ur.- l.l'
ruiltl .lllli.V ul' lilt- Itl'lUlUlle.
Yesterday ovening the annual
meiiioiiiil service of lliellrandArmv
of the Hepublie wai held in C01u1.il !
I'tiion Church. Ceo. W. I)e Long
Post attended in a bodv under Post-
Commander F. Tuuill, c-coited by
the ollleers ot the Honolulu Hille.
Col. Y. X. Ashford commanded ihe
column. Special intuict attached
to Ihe senice from the fact ol iho
address beiii delivered by a lelhuv
soldier of the eoiniades .Mr. S. M.
Sayfotd, evangelist, of Boston, who
belonged to the P. Mill Pennsylvania
Regiment lu the Wat of the 'Rebel
lion. Them was a large congregation
ptesent, filling Ihe church. The
organ wan draped with two Ameri
can Hags. Stands of arms were in
front of the platform. The llora!
decorations were m.iiul.v largo boit
quels of lilies along the fiout. On
Ihe platlorui, besides the speaker of
the evening, were. Rev. Ir. Heck
wit h. pastor, Rev. Mcsrs. Fisher
and His-ell, and Mr. II. J. McCov.
ticiieiv.l Seorctatv of the San Fran- j
cisco Y. M. C. A.
The services began with the mi
llion, "Praise Cod Irom whom all
blessings llow." Dr. Heckwith
made a slant prayer. .Mr. Sayfonl
announced the hymn, "Coronation,"
which was sung bv the choir and
congregation. Ho then read the
.Vird chapter of Isaiah. Prayer was
olfered by Rev. Mr. Fisher, Method
ist n.is-iouaiy to the Japanese. Mr.
Sayfonl referred to the icvival
meetings of tho p.isi two weeks, at
which he hoped many had started in
a new lite. Theic would he a meet
ing Tuesday cveiiiui, when, if more
were to be held, they would bit an
nounced. The livnin "Move for
ward" was sung, and then eamo the
address of the evenimj.
Mr. hayfoid esteemed il a piivi
lege to addrcs that remnant. Al
though but .Mi.OUO tell killed on the
field, oOO'.tlOO of their coiuiades
died in the campaign, and the great
majority of the army had now cross
ed the river. He told of his send
ing a card with the word "Peace"
into the. hotel at Alt. McGregor to
General Grant. He wanted to put
to his hearers the question, "What
think vo of Christ," on which some
were in danger of being confused,
as it was attempted once to confuse
these comrades on Ihe question faced
by them. Jesus Cluist told the
Pharisees tlu'3 erred because thej
did not know the Sciiplurcs and he
was crticiliod been use lie claimed to
be more than man. if his hearei.;
examined the record lluy must be
lieve that Jesus was something more,
than a mere man. The speaker cit
ed man) Old Testament pro
phecies, pointing to Jesus a- being
iiilinitely more than man. The pil
grimage ol the wise men and the
conduct of Herod weie mentioned
in the same connection. One of the
ollices of Jesus was to bear testi
mony to the truth. People who
ridiculed the stories ot the Old I es
taincnt trampled under foot the tes
timony of Jesus Cluist. He told ot
an old whaler who interrupted him
in a meeting in Hostou, who could
not believe that a whale swallowed
Jonah. The man was converted
through an interview that followed,
and meeting .Mr, Sayfonl 3'ears aflcr
said he would believe Jonah swal
lowed u whale if Jesus Christ testi
lled to it. The Darwinian theory
exploded when brought alongside
of the statement of Jesus that (Lid
created man male and female. They
were told the book of Deuteronomy
was not fit to be read in the family.
Any man who will read that book
through and square his life by it
will be a better citien and a better
man. There is nothing wrong with
the book. It was attacked because
Jesus when tempted won his tri
umph by the book of Deuteronomy.
Mr. Sayfonl said he had not at
tempted to preach a sermon, he had
lesisled the temptation to write an
css:i3 that might please them. Ilia
whole object had been to put to them
plainly the little question, "V.'hat
think'ye of Cluiht?" At the end
of his addicss tho uvangclist prayed
for a blessing 011 the service.
Hymn Go was sung. Dining the
singing the Post and its escort with
drew, also those nl the congregation
who did not wish to icmaiii for the
after-meeting called bv .Mr. Savfonl.
PUBLIC COHGERT. j
The Royal Hawaiian Hand wdl
play this evening at Kmma Sqieire
commencing at 7:,'if) o'clock. I ol
lowing is the progi amine. :
Uvui'tiiie llalien hi Algier ....Ro-sbii 1
Dl.ubii't i-olo Loui-a' .Moiillfnrr ... j
(.'01 net Solo -Flint Love Newurin
Selection- Ji'i'ie-alem Yiidl 1
I'alaiu.l. Pili A0110. .Malanialiima.
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P.itiol -Mount Glianl
Walt Danube Waves.. .
ijiiiiiliillu Tingle Tangle..
COTTAGE to UK NT.
CuriTAfli: helnii'rhig to
' 1'ale House, eoiitainln:;
parhn, :: liPihoniiis and balh'-
nieiil, to lent with lin.inl. Ajqilv at
the Kagle lloiisi', .n,l li
PIr,IAL nioiilhig of the inemlicr,
. of Ihe Hawaiian Jockey Club will
liu hold on TIIUUdDAY KVHNINH.
.Mav s'Jth. at 7 :'J(. o'clock, at ihe Ha
w.iiiui Hotel. CO. ItKHfir.K,
.'jOI It .Si'cretiiry,
NOW IS THK TIMI5 !
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F &0 BfjBBS'S'lT.LlJilfi.
Society of the
Ate now selling theh V, nub. and upon
ttue of Insurance goes with every Ilond.
The lolloping are a few of the manv attractive forms offered by
original and progresuvc Compr.ii)': r
ENDOWMENT BONDS, j Pt-IR CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AMD JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHH.DKENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payment' prompt ami oortaiu, ami its
(Frmn thv .Ww VarANini, A.nl -Ut,, IVSiU.)
The f.nrost l.ti,;liuKs liver Tnmsiirti'.l hy a. Life Ansur-
The now luisine, of the Kquitable Life As-uitinfie oeiely of New
York" for the first quarter of llm present 3car h reported to exceed Firn
AIu.Lios Doj.t.Aits. This is al the rate of tm humlfil uiilliwii of' t.wtr
iiiwaor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
KTf'informalion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned al his olllce.
ALEX- J. OARTWRICHT,
General Audit for the Havaiiau Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of ihe U. S. Jan-1-90
DRUGS & CHEMICALS
Totlot Article.-, Fine l'tiluine,
Of Fvery IH-i iipln.it
CIGARS, CIGARETTES &
Hollister's Ginger Ale h Soda Waters
I SING KXCLI'SIYFLY THE
HYATT PUKE WATER SYSTEM
FOR ALL AF.UATKD BF.YKRAGKri.
101V FOKT MTSSKKT. :::::: EKKSOi.tfljr.
jmti.Mn.1 ikik'Ii," aok.
Chandeliers, Lainps and Lajitems,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER
Rtip.ni Iron Work.
Famous (Jrand Active ,t Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel CookingRanges
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I CoDburaiDg One-third Less Fad, el'lnr weed or al, than any ether Stove
No Driers Work About II
S tcrviHillo 33-x':tfcs.
This (liatc is of a triangular forin having three surfaces which aie 10-vei-ihlu,
no that a t-eparale top siirface cm be ujed on ulternutu il.iy; or if
the ono MttfiiCi.' in eotue of ne shows any wear then the other can bu turned
up, and so on the other, making i; equal in durability to three distinct Gratos
FOR SALi: I1Y T1IR
fi B'-JiQ M C'&B P&'-Q ilff-D
L.BB& jPMDiSI IS2UU.
terms. Thu additional
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Water Attachments !
Just a Clean Cut Stave I -5u
Qualities arc Unsurpoooed T
opiM. Kprockeb' Bank, Honolulu, H. 1,
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