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May Term of Third Circuit.
At the request of counsel for the
defense, they were allowed opportu
nity to have a conference.
Mr. Hatch said, on returning,
that they would not occupy the time
of the Court with an opening ad
dress. As they appeared for differ
ent clients, limy claimed the right
to separately address the jury in
1 V. Yatks, called for the de
fense and sworn I live at Jlonokaa,
am a book-keeper there ; remember
the murder of Clcto, he was found
hanging from a telephone pole ; saw
the body lying on the grass, I think
between the hours of ! and 10; be
lieve 1 saw Judge Thomas, I think
one or two ot the police, do not
think I saw any of the Deputy She
riffs at that time ; I examined the
pole carefully, saw marks on it as
oi the boots of a person sliding
down ; marks were dark, might be
railed black ; the pole was of rough
Nor' west wood; noticed filaments
of cloth sticking to the pole, like
liures from a gray shirt ; tliey were
at one coiner, ceased three feet from
cross bar, as near as I can recollect ;
I was curious and got a ladder to
iuspect the pole; think Mr. Lyman,
.Judge Thomas, Mr. Uroderick, and
I think one or two others were pre
sent; I handed the fragments round
to different persons, think some to
Mr. Lyman and some to Mr. Uro
derick ; it appeared to me that
somebody had been sliding down the
pole, and the rough edges lore the
filaments off; the marks were more
like blacking than mud from a per
son's boots; there was a horse
hitched near the Lyceum, was tntd
it was Goto'a, but do not know; it
was hitched with two or three half
hitches, was tied with a rope to a
post ; don't know of any other hitch
ing post at the other corner of the
lot; there arc two posts with a rail
on lop, but no pins for hitching.
To juror Sherman I saw two
marks made across the cross bar,
such as would be made by a new
rope with a heavy weight to it, two
scars at opposite edges of the bar.
II. M. Ovoreml, sworn previously
There is a row of gum trees on
upper side of upper road, on the
lower side a few scattered trees
(shows where trees are on the map) ;
you can stand there "shows spot on
a clear night and sec the gate ; there
are no lamps along there ; gate is
wired open, and is open all the lime ;
got up at .":!30 the morning of Oct.
ill, was at my ollice as usual when
the 10 minutes to six bell rang;
Mr. Steele was there and rang the
bell ; J attend to the sick ; in my
absence I don't think anybody at
tends to them; Steele doesn't pre
tend to, because he doesn't under
stand medicine; complaints of win
dow sickness are a very common
occurrence ; don't believe Steele had
anything to say to the complaincrs,
because on an occasion last year J
told him I would attend to that mat
ter; Steele and I rode out the lane
together, he stayed in the Held all
day ; I employ !0 or 70 .Japanese,
i hoy are not so much addicted to
drinking as to gambling ; I can show
on the plan the house where
the Japanese gamble, I speak of the
lime up to this occurrence; don't
know of any particular incident in
connection with gambling about that
time; I told the Japs myself to stop
gambling; asked the Deputy Sheriff
previous to this to stop it, he pro
mised he would attend to it; was at
Mills' store the moruiiig'of the 21) th :
Mills had on a muslin shirt and slip
pers; went there to inform him of
the body being found; lie laughed
at me and said 1 was joking ; I said,
"Xo, Mills, lam in earnest;" Mills,
Steele, and myself rode back, the
body had been lowered down ; had
a man in my einplo' at that time
named lUchinond ; when J rode up
lo .Mills' store, llichinoiid's cart was
about 200 feet ahead of ine ; think I
stayed home from the field that day;
I he mauka road to the north and
south road is an earth road, there is
one place ."() or 17.") feet from the
gate which is .filled in with rock;
there is nothing on the road to make
a noise from horses' feet going over
it, even those rocks are covered with
Fiti:i) Oi.i:xiir.ii, sworn Lived
last October at Mr. Ovcrend's place;
night of 28th 1 spent, at Jharlie
Olson's house; he lives close to the
road that runs up to Honokaa; lull
there between Sand !), walked home,
my room is close to the stable; went
lo ONcn's a little after six; on
walking home J saw Tom Steele go
ing home on horseback ; he overtook
me, lie was on a white horse; J ask
ed him, "Is that you Tom?" lie
said, "Yes," that was all; did not
see anybody else, did not meet any
No cross-cxaminat ion.
Tiio-. M. V. IIaiit, sworn Was
living at Houokaa last October.havc
been living there about two years
and a half ; have been clerking for
Mr. Mills all that lime, selling the
goods and keeping the books; re
collect the morning of the 29th Mi.
Richmond coming along with a cane
cart; I was the only one at the
tore; Mills had just got up, it was
about C o'clock; Itlchniond asked
mo if I had heard the news ; I told
hint no, what was it ; ho said thcro
was a stiff hanging up to a tele
phone pole; 1 said "you're joking,
It must be an clllgy, a bag with
something stuffed in it;" there was
no one with Richmond ; as lie was
driving away Mr. Mills came out
and asked urn what was that and I
told him somebody had been hang
ing up a stuffed sack or something;
there was no other conversation be
tween any persons just at that lime;
Mr. Overend and Mr. Steele came
up shortly afterward ; they went in
lo see Mr. Mills, I didn't follow
them; Mr. Mills had his horse sad
dled and went over with Mr. Steele
to the courthouse; (cloak and cap
shown) I have seen Mr. Mills with
these on, generally wore them about
the store; could not swear if I saw
him wear it within the past year;
Mrs. Mills generally wore that cloak
working among the (lowers ; I knew
Goto, his store -vas next door to
Mr. Mills' store; Golo bought goods
from Mr. Mills; on credit and for
cash both his purchases from
Mills would average about $7. a
month, for the last two years; we
used to haul Uoto's freight for him
from the landing; there was proba
bly some profit in that; remember
Lala borrowing SI") from Mills, to
pay a mortgage on a horse to Waio
iiiuu ; saw money pass ; Mills told
him he would not charge any interest
on it it he brought it hack the fol
lowing day; lie paid it back the next
day, Mrs. Mills received it; Mrs.
Mills handed the money to me ;
know of no money transactions be
tween them after that; have known
Lahi for the past 1J5 or 11 year1 in
llamakua; his occupation is mostly
among cattle and horses; lie lived in
the dixtiict when; I lived; know his
general reputation ; it is not con
sidered very good lor truth and
veracity ; he is a man that has had
the reputation of stealing cattle and
getting into trouble about horses.
Q. From his general reputation,
would you believe hi in under oath.
Mr. Neumann I object to that.
The Court asks Mr. Davidson if
he thinks that is a pioper question.
Mr. Davidson thinks it is the re
gular form, and quotes from Whar
ton's Criminal Kvidenec in support.
Mr. Neumann argued that the
question could not be asked on the
strength of testimony that the per
son had the reputation of stealing
Witness The reputation of Lala
for truth and veracity is bad ; from
what 1 know of it I would not be
lieve him under oath ; cannot swear
positively as to rope in Mills' store
in October, if we hail any it was
small clothes-line rope; (shown
hanging rope) we had none of that
kind for a week previous to the 28lh ;
llrickwood came there looking for
rope the day after the hanging ; met
him coming out, lie had samples of
rope in his hands, don't know of his
getting any in our store ; Mills and
Goto were on friendly terms, Mills
supplied him a good many of Hie
goods; 1 keep account of wants in
stock, remember a deficiency of
rope; the search probably reminded
mo ot it.
Cross-examined by Mr. Neumann
When 1'iclimorid passed by 1 was
sweeping oil' the veranda and steps
of the store; Mills was not there;
suppose he was in his dressing room,
because after Richmond passed he
came out on the veranda ; I swear
he was not in sight when I was talk
ing with Richmond ; he came out
from the sitting room to the veranda ;
remember when Mills lent money lo
Lain, don't remember the day, il
was paid bade the next day ; it was
very close to the day of the finding
of the body; Mrs. Mills put the
money on Mr. Mills' desk, she told
mc Lala paid it and it was on the
desk ; Lala could borrow 11101103" 'roin
Mills, although having such a bad
reputation, because he was employ
ed by Luniaheihei ; do not remember
of Lala being arrested for stealing
cattle; it was talk among the na
tives; do not know of his having
stolen cattle or having trouble about
horses; know of Mills putting Lala
in charge ot the horses and cattle of
the Cooper estate; never warned
Mr. Mills against Lala's reputation,
it was not my business, don't re
member of ever talking with Mills
about his reputation ; his reputation
for truth and veracity has been talk
ed of so much that 1 do not remem
ber any names of persons talking;
what I wish to convey is that it has
been general talk about the store,
have heard persons call him a liar;
Lala has bought goods at the store
on credit, not over a dollar a month ;
the highest amount he ever owed us
was between two and three dollars;
he paid what he owed ; was leaning
on sill of olllcc window when I hoard
talk between Mills and Lala; did
speak to Mills about it, and he said
if lie never got it lie could keep it
out of the beef bill ; I could swear
to three or four days previous to the
hanging about the supply of rope
in the btorc.
Jami:s IC. M.188.8.131.52.. sworn Was liv
ing last Oct. at Honokaa, have been
there off anil on for ton years, have
known John Richmond since he has
been to work for Mr. Overend; I oin
11 billiard saloon at Honokaa, it is
a place of usual resort; Richmond
has been there a number of times;
I know his reputation for truth ami
vciacity; it is bad, he is known to
bo a liar; have heard his reputation
as such discussed in my store and
oulsidc; can say under oath that I
know his reputation lor truth and
veracity; I would not believe him
under uatli; Richmond conversed
with me about Mills at mv place,
about two weeks after Richmond
came out of Jail ; this was seven or
eight months before the murder of
Golo; 1 have heard him use this
language, that .Mills was an Irish
son of a bitch, and as he went out
the door he said he would get even
with him ; never heard him nop simi
lar language after Unit. I know
Lala; have never had any conversa
tion with anybody regat'ding Lala.
Cross-examined by Mr. Neumann
Don't remember the month when
Richmond came off the reef; don't
think il was November, because he
went to Ovcrend's in September, l
think; it was nearly a year before
the murder of Golo, must be eight
or nino months; that conversation
came up in my memory after the
murder of Goto, because 1 heard
others say he said the same thing;
don't know what the calling of Mills
a son of a bitch by Richmond had
to do with the murder of Goto; am
a friend of Mills; did not lemon
strate with Richmond for calling
Mills what he did ; it did not con
cern me: know nothing of the mur
der of Goto, saw the body next
morning, gave evidence at the in
quest, did not plead I had a bad
memory; my memory now is about
the same as then ; 011 the evening of
the 28th Mr. I'.labon was at my
place, Mr. Hart, and
Mr. Davidson objects and objec
Witness Mr. Overend said at my
place that Richmond was a damn
liar but a good worker; C. 15. Fisher
said lie was a damn liar, am nut
sure that he used the word damn;
John Ilolliday was another who gave
him that character; Richmond lied
John Kr.uxv, sworn Live at
Kiilcuihacle, have lived there two
years, am a lima; know John Rich
mond, last time I saw him was
aboard l S. S. Adams; only heard
of him in Honokaa; was seven or
eight mouths with him oil board the
Adams; I was chiel quaitoruiasler,
Richmond came there as blacksmith ;
lie wason board about seven months,
when the vessel cruised from Hono
lulu to Samoa; last time I saw him
was when he came back to the ves
sel before his liberty was out; on
the cruise 1 was acquainted with his
reputation for truth and veracity on
the ship ; his veracity was not good :
fiom his reputation on the vessel J
would not believe him under oath.
Ci oss-examined by Mr. Neumann
I decline to answer whether I de
serted from the Adams: his lcputu
tion was bad because he lied on lit
tle things: one lime he came ou
board and complained that a petty
otllcer on liberty was lying drunk in
a certain saloon, which was not trim ;
(in answer to question whether he
told a Mr. Stevens that lie deserted
from the Adams) 1 deserted twice
from the Adams (laughter in which
the Court joins) ; Richmond
took men's money for repairing
canes, and took them ashore to have
them repaired ; (witness relates an
other instance of want of veracity
on the part of Richmond).
The Court takes recess from 12
to 1 o'clock.
Ij. C. A1JI.ES, ManiiKOr
Fovt Street, : Honolulu.
Aro 110 v irenred to ildlvcr Ico to any pait
of the City,
'file packing and shipment of country
onleis will ii'ci'ivc must c.iicful atten
tion. All of our Ice-is maiiiifaetiiieil from
Pure .Mountain Water, carefully lilteied
by die Ryan Pine Waler Co. Kilter,
which U universally acknowledged to
he the best lllter made.
Packages of ISuttfr. (isiine, Fish,
MeaN. Lie., received I'nr cnlil Morale
in our Itefiigeiatint; ltnoiu al mode
JCJ" fee for sale at the Factory at any
hour, day or ulglit. ' ."c:i liii
Tlic A 1 Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above (mils
on or alioul
.FUIV.TS 20 ill.
V& For height or pusHe, hiving
superior cabin ami stei'itie.c aefoiiimii
datioiiy, apply lo
W111. 0. IRWIN & Co.,
"(II td Atren's
On TIIUKSDAY, JWiiy 2Mi,
at lit ':, o:st xoo.v,
1 will sell at Public Auction, al .Mr. H.
Cullen'h, Walahole, Koolau, Oidui,
20 Horses and Colts,
2 Pair of WORKING OXEN,
-I O VOI.U.MKS F.ucyclopiedla Iliitnn
.1 Aj nlca, Morocco hound, In good
condition, never ii-ed. Applv at this
olllee, ' 50!! J w
Union lee Go.
FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING
Maui Iteii Assodalit
JULY 4, 1890.
lit Karc-"RAILK0AX BTAKIIS."
ltlTXXINU. 14 Mile Dash. Fiee
for all Hawaiian Incd horses,
2ud nnce-"KAHUr.Ut VUKB1!,"
IIUXXIXU. 1 Mile Hash. Free
31,1 Rct-"MAT01I KAUn."
TIIOTTIXG and l'ACI.Vd. To
Harness. 1 Mile Heats, best :! In fi.
1tj Kac-''WAIKA1'U l'UUBi:."
ISDXXLVd. ?.,' Mile Dadi. For
Maul bred Inn mm.
GlU 1Um-"WA1LU1CU I'UIISIV'
UUXNIN'O. ,'j Mile ami repeat.
Fioe for all Hawaiian bicd horses.
6tU Race-"KINO'S PLATE."
TltO'lTLVll. 1 Mile Heat-. 1mm 2
in ;!, lo harness. I'm' all horses
without a iccoid of ":10 or better.
7tL Il.acc-"Ai;3001ATIOJ( l'UIlSLV1
Kt'NXIXU. I-; Mile Dash. Fiee
8tli Kace-' NOVELTY I'.AOU."
Rt'X.VIXc:. 1 Mile Hash, let, '-'ml,
:'.rd and lib ijuaiter. For Hawaiian
Oth r.ace-"KULA VURSi:."
FO.VYUACF.. ,'.. Mile Dash. For
Foulc 1 1 hands or under, tuc.iuy
KMI pounds ami up.
10ih R.ic.-"WAIUi:i! PUK31!."
TliOTTI.VO ami PACIN'fi. 1 Mile
Heals, best 'J in ;!, lo harness, Fiee
Illli Race "COHINTIIIAN RACE."
IMWN'IXti. 1. Mile Dash. Owneis
lo ilde; welterweights. Five to all.
12th Hacc "HAWAIIAN COMMCIICIAL and
SUGAR CO.'S PURSE."
TROTTIXt; ami FACIXG. To
Harness. 1 Mile Heals, best 'J in :t.
Fiee for all Hawaiian bred boie.-,
13lli nacc -RUNA CUP."
UrXXIXO. 1',' Mile Dash. Fiee
tor all Hawaiian Itieil hor-e,
14lh nacc-"MAIDEN RACE."
Rl'XXIXfx. "... Mile Hash. Five
tn all Hawaiian bicd liii's,-s that
never ran a public race.
15lh Race "MAUI DERBY."
HUXXING. . Mile Da-h Five
lor all Hawaiian lm d -' year uhh.
1 Gilt Race MULE RACE."
IM'XXIXG. , Mile Dash. Flee
to all; caleb weij;lils.
Pitt k Scott's
Chief OftU', 23 Cunoa Street, London, KuglanJ.
I'licksijjcs boohed to inosl parls of the
win hi, I'.iekiii's obtained fiom iihioail.
'i'liroujdi ordeis i.,ned to de.-iimitiun.
J.E. JBIMNYK & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands, Old Ca
pitol l!iiililiu"'s. ,-,;,i; in,
luipoi ted Diiecl fiom Havana.
C. O. BEROER.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Aicountauti, CulUctor;!, Ooinralblon Aleuts auj
C'citom House Broken:,
Are nt all limes prepared to per
foi 111 any ilcteilptioii of Clerical Wink
such its Auditing AcconntH, Posting up
Tradesmen's IlooUs, Miihintf Inventories
of Stuck, KngiiHsiiig hi'iiul Documents,
Kle. Competent and llclbible Freight
Cleiks lorthedeliveiy and tallying of
C2r"Olllro nt HiisTACiut Kuiir.ni son's,
Queen hired Post Ollice lto 18!l. Mu
tual Telephone- It': Ucll Telephone 114.
(I.ale of the Cnstnnis)
Hi'fjs leave to Inform the public, mer
chants ami others, I hat he Is prepared
to undertake the collection of bills, ap
praiser woih, mid making inveiitoriis
ol bankrupt ami other stocks. Typo
Wilting done with neatness and dis
patch ami at moderate rates.
SS" Office at Sanders' Kxprcss, King
Bell Telephone 401: P. 0. Box 333.
TUKKWOOn for sale at IlHWftllan
C'ommeinhd rkih'rcouiH, coiner ot
'(Juim and Niiiiniiu Mrecls.
,",S",v - ' 'viito'viifte&t.C fcJLi- .,& WM'2.isVu"' '-v.. '-"v, ' , .", ...-..
SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING
n 11 mnn
joum, diuiij ii, lotiu
lUcej to Commence at 10 O'clock Sharp.
Ml Race-"QUEEN'S PLATE." $100.
IM'XXIXG JlACH. : Mile D.hIi.
Flee tor all.
2nd Race "FUTURITY STAKES." Sweep
IM'NXIXO PACK. Mile Da-h.
Hawaiian bred L' year olds. Ktitihs
clo-eil dune 1, l.s'.'m,
3td Race-"KING'S PLATE." $75.
TJJOTTIXfi HACK. Hawaiian hied
boises, best 'J in ;i, to haincs.
t!h Race-"WAIKAPU CtULLCNGE CUP."
IMTXX1NU HACK. '. .Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. Winner to bwat the
reconl of Hancock, 1 tlli'j.
Dili Race "HAWAIIAN DERBY." Sweep
slakes $50 with Jockey Club Cup
IUJXXIXO HACK. 1 Mile Dash.
Hawaiian bred '.', vearolds. Kutiies
clo.eil .Iniiel, lsiin.
Clh Race "WAIMANALO PLATE." $50
THOTTIXC. HACK. ;i minute
class, HeM 'J in il. Five fin all to
hut lies, l'la'te to become propel ty
of one winning it twice.
7lh Race "LUNAMAKAAINANA P1ATC"
IMTXXIXt; lUCi:. ... Mile Heats
Ite.sl J in '.".. Hawaiian bled.
8.h R3CC-"R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP."
IM'NXIXO HACK. 1 Mile, Dash.
Flee for all. Winner to beat the
reconl of "An;;ic A..M l:4."i'j.
9!h Kacc-"KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE."
TKOTTIXO RACK. Fiee tor all.
liest ,'i iii ,-,, to harness,
lOlh Race "VICE-PRESIDENTS CUP."
KUXXIXO RACK. I1.. Mile Dash.
Flee lor all.
Illh Race "OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.'S
XOVFI.TY HACK. 1 .Mile Dash.
Hawaiian Incd. 1st, L'ml ami iird
Quaiter, .2.'( each; Lift Quarter,
s.Ml ami Cup added.
lZlh Race "HIS MAJESTY'S CUP." $100
IM'NXIXO HACK. Mile Dash.
13:h Race POST MATCH.
TROTTING and PACING. S30
Kach. Free for all. To be driven
by iiicinbeis of Hie Hawaiian .Joe
I4lli Race "XAMEHAMEHA PLATE." $125
KUXXIXO HACK. 1 ' Mile Dash.
15!h Race "PONY RACE." $75wllliRac
ing Saddle from Hun. II. A. Wide
IM'XXIXG RACK. For all Pomes
II bauds nml ler. Hawaiian In cd.
All entries lo close at l'J o'clock noon,
on Wednesday. .June I, 1SSM), at the
olllee of the Secretin y. and all enirnnre
fees lo bo 11) jier ceiu. unless otheiwUe
All laces in be run or trotted under
the rules ot (ho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All lioi-M's are expected loMari unless
drawn ly 1:! o'clock noon, on .luue 111,
All horse arc expected to appear on
the track at Hie tap of Hie bell from Hie
.Indie's Siaml, olbeiuNc will M. nm.,,
Ailiiiisioii ;,o rrs
To Giand Stand. e.Ntia..,"u cl? v. yl
Can lilies, luiilc of com se. . . ..si-.iu
(Jiniiler.Stiefch liadees ."i.0ll
C. O. JBEltGfiR,
r.coi.l Secretary U.J. C.
No. 79 8. 81 : : Kiny Street.
At W. WiluhtAjt'oii'si.
Having rereivul a full nssnitinrnt of
CariiiiiuTiimmiiiK Mateiialrf tram the
Kiisl, I am piepined tn execute all nrileiH
witli ju'iitncm and defpiileh at vary rea.
G. A. SCJIUMA.N.
Kvl.ale Arilvnls from Auckland
a Choice Lot of
New Zealand Oats
SultnUlo For Huolng Stock.
UNION FEED CO.
."i I 'Jw
Hawaiian Lime I
K'i.lO li:it IMltltttl..
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LD,
f'tiil Sole Agents. tl
Hawauan Jogkbt CIhd
I'iicific Ifanhvarc Co, I'd,
L '. rilllngkani, FrcsiJcr.t) J, 0. Spencer,
Knoageri 1', h. Winter, Treasurer.
1'1 1 1: VIIIIY t.ATl'.Sl' IN
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps,
I ,lli'niv J ,itm ih.
Hall Lamps &c Chandeliors,
.lust Receiwil from the Factory.
A New Line of Refrigerators,
A Full Line of the Favorltu
Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Clisets,
Diistou's Biiws ti l'lleai New Mac: of Locke,
Pliuict, Jr., Cultivators.
Pictures Frames k Mouldings,
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd.
"i.'i; tf Foil it Merchant sts.
ix. Bait "JoIid II Brewer"
.lii"t A rii veil from Kostou,
C. BREWER & CO.
i)i'ri:n roi: sai.i: a
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Corning Buggies,
Kxtciislnu Top Cabriolet,
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar.
Fro'in thecelulirated iniiiiufaetoi v of
(Ico. I.. Urowne'iTr New '
Of the well-known Dole A; O'jjood
ttQy The imb'lc are invited to lu-peet
these (Joods at the Htore of
"ill" 1 in :: I Queen street.
tar Our Xew Artotype Illustrated
Catalogue scut fine on application.
UK NIITTr.lt NT,
Nnu 1'iuiielHeo. : : t.'ulirurnlu.
TAI WO CHAN,
Milliurnctiircr of l.ndies'
and OcutleiiK n'.s
French Kid, Caif & Kangaroo
SKIN MIKIH MADi: TO OIIDElt.
I'fUKcit or Neucil: uIhii, NuilttlcH.
!!S Nuuiinu St., :::!'. O. Uox S01.
boo kYm & coTi
Xo. ."!) Xuiianu St., llifliolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
OUNNliiioreN nml KurnlHlilnii ;oiIh.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fanev
floods. Oood lit uaranlee'd. fil7Hin
TO RENT or LIPASE
nIIA'J" de.lrable I'reinlscs
X on Fort street, in the
a.Yfelnernv llloek.'' recently
occupied by .1. X. S. Wllllains suitable
for olllee or store. For Information
apply to ollice Union Iron Works, Es
planade, or to
sr.il lm .T.X.S. WILLIAMS.
NO. (1 King street, near the Uilihje,
Open day and nl(,'ht. Meals at all
hours. Older for California produce
lecelved. K. T. (ULV.Y,
ni2 2ni Fioprleior.
FOR SALE CHEAP
ACOMPLF.TF. outilt for making and
dUpeusliiK carbonated hc.yeiiiKis,
all In gooil oulur. Address
ft'l m WaUiliInu, Hawaii.
Mlia. MONHOE, ludles nurse, Iibb
removed to No. 8, KtiUiil Juno.
H41IEHITH & FIELD,
HP -ffl 5s
Oceanic uiciisii Ooi'f.
From San Francisco.
Leave Due til.
. .Inly f
.A nt; J!!!.
Alameda Kept ill).
Mariposa Oct 1H.
Xcalaudia Xnv IT).
Alameda Dec II!... .
Fop San Francisco.
Leave Dun til
. ..lulv 2(i
. . Nov ir
. Dec. Ill
...l.i n 10
Maripona . .
. .A iiu
Interntodiule S. S. Australia.
Leave 8. K.
Vriitnv . . .Miiv !
Fiiday. . .lime (
Friday.. . July 4
Fiiday.. . Auk I
Fiiday.. . Aur; 2!)
Friday . . Sept 2(1
Fiiday.. .Oct 2-1
Friday.. . Nov 21
Fiidav. ..Dec 18
, Sept 12
itraliBH fail SufyIcb.
FOB SAX FKAXJSM4:.
The new and line Al sleel el i,-n s m eli I p
Of tlieconiiloSlt:a!ii!ilpr-nnivmy, will
buduent Honolulu tiom Mjiho!)'
uud Aucklaml on r iboui
May 31. I8S0.
And will leave for the above pint with
mulls uud pussoiigci s on or about Unit
For freight or passage, having IHL
PE1UOH ACCOMMODATIONS, apj.li
WM. Q. IKWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney anil Aiicklmia.
The nev and tlno Al steel stcMBiilp
Of the Oceiinit: Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sun
Francisco ou or about
June 7, 1890.
And will have prompt tlispati.h with
mails und passengers lor thenbove poiU.
For freight or passage, having HU
PE1UOR ACCOMMODATION'S, appll
37 WM. Q. IltWIW & CO.. Atrouta
Steam Joli Priii
This ollice havliu; added a larfje vailety
ot the latest styles ot
Elegant Type I
To lis Job Printing Room
Is belter prepared than ever to execute
all orders in that Hue, conipihinj;:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmo9, Etc, Etc,
ALL AT LOW HATIOS.
SoT A ild less
"Daily Bulletin Office," .
Attlllchd Teeth from one to an entire
net inserted ou (-old, silver, nllumlnum
uud rubber buses. Ciown and Ilrhlge
Work a specially. To persouti weai InB
rubber plntea which are a constnrit
source of iriliation to the mouth nml
throat, wc would recommend our Fio.
imyliictto Metal I'hile. All opetntions
performed in accordance with the latest
niprovemcnts in dental edema;. Teeth
Kxtracted without pain by the uw of
Nitrous Oxide Ga.
HarOfflKe at Old Trejjlonn HcBlilenco
Hotel Htreet, Feb.2(!.H0
AXATl'RAL Mineral Waler. For
Mile only by
, . ' W. S. Ll'CF.
SoleAfrent & linporlcr for the lla
wailaii NliiniN. rc:i tf
OHANtiK ol' KEHIDENOE.
Has removed from Fort ctrtct to Ho.
hollo Lane, Falrrna.
Okkice Houna: !) a. m. to 12 m. aud
v. m. to I) I', u.
Mutual G0eraTELEPII0NE8Bell 475