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DAilA' BUUJflVJfli UWNuUJJ.U, U. 1.,
T K 1 I'J
LOCAL a DEHuRAL MS.
Ilia wanto six grod neul.o
TliriiSDAY, MAY 'J!), IM'0.
1 a I"' Cli trlcfton. Hour Adtnha) IJi'nwn,
S days from Sum Fianelseo
Am bk Atalanlii, 28 days fioin Poll
Sclir I.lliollho fiotu V.i1anat'
.Silir Juiulllua 1 1 1 1 1 Kuhiiuu
Svlir KnulkvaOtill tiom Hawaii
Sear KuliiuiauiPfrotn HamaUm
SohrMille Mortis fiota Koolau
.S:tiif"K.iiiiiil-i.i for Nawlllvvill iiml I In -
iiiiiiaulti :it 8 tun
lit- bk omega, Drown, fur Royal Roads
Strnr I'elu fur l.ahalim and KuUaluu at
10 a in
Tin: Aii'traliii will
Xo"M Cttf- -v
iiij!L?ifs tfCKgJN'iaJg MiAyyey fiS-i
lir tllk' liont lit
I"ri!Nr."-ii i:i or unfurnished
til lft Oil KlllK kllOCt,
"Tin-: Fieneh Spy" will lit? nl the
Opera House lo-uight.
St'out wna tift Culm cinitiifmial
New York on Iho 20ih intt.
Invitations have been issued fur u
full dross ball ut Iho Palace, Monday
mi exciting t-ln t t
The French Spy"
tM.-hr K'nulilii!) fur Kalml.ii
Miur Wtl Hall fur Hawaii I'.ml Maui nl
Ilk Ali'X McNeil, PriD. for San Pian-
Shnr O It tin-Imp for Walaiiao, Wahilun
am) Koolaii at 'J a in
The bk AUlantu an I veil yesterday
2'J days from Foil Towiisend with ii00.
000 feet of lumber.
Thi! schr Llbollho brought Ifi.V) bags
Mignr this inclining f i din Wiilanac, anil
the si'lir Kaulkeaouli 2100 ba.,'s from
Tlio bktue Kobt Sud b-n i- discharg
ing coal in-art'.c P M S : C' wlmiT.
Thuetiiii (! U Ilisliuii c.iine In List
nllit fioni Koohiu wiili 7'I0 b.- rii;iir,
i!)sbiH padrly. rtOI bnnolios li.in.oi.i.
null J " boxes ;Viiiiu.
sAK riiANcisco emi'i'isn m:;..
Arrlvc-d il.iy 17 Gor bk G N Unix.
Jtasch, -'jdays; bk .S C Allen. 'Ihoinp
Miii, 13 il:ivs; bk'iio S 2s' i-atlu, Hub
haul. 1'J (lavi: bktne W II Dluiinul.
Inew. 18 day-i; llnw brly; fieo 11 Imug.
liv-", .iaeoliibn, Hi diivs. All fioni Hono
lulu. Spoken Vny 13, 3C.5'.I. lil.'Jl, liaik
.Miuih.i DU. Horn hoiton for Hono
lulu. Man rruie!co. May 20. bound In. bk
Uonj P Hunt, jr, fioni Honolulu.
Aiickl.iud, i.illert May 19, S S Ala
meda, for Honolulu.
ARRIVAL Or THE CHARLESTOM.
At about 11 o'clocl: tliU morning
the U. S. S. Charleston entered the
harbor and anchored in the naval
row on the seaward side. While
the Charleston was passing the light
house, II. 13. I. S. Chnmpion
tainted her. Later on the Hawai
ian (lug was hoisted on the foremast
of the Chnileston anil saluted with
iM tjuns, the shore baliery at Kuku
ako answeiing. The llrilish Hag
was next saluted by the Charles
ton. The Charleston left San Francisco
(iii. May' 21st. She had lough
leather the first day and was pretty
wet ut timet. The balance of the
passage was pleasant. The tiip
down wan experimental in n way.
She name under steam nil the time
and was to have steamed rapidly
the entire distance, but was tried
with reduced fuel and boilers, mak
ing speed between 1(1 and 0 knots
per hour. The Chailcston may be
here only a week, or she may stay
bix mouths. It is not yet known
wiieie she will next sill to.
The Charleston has !tl olllceis,
278 of a ciew and 110 marines.
Following is a list of her olllcers:
Hear Admiral George Urowu.
Captain George C Uemev, Chief
Fleet Surgeon George W Wood.
Fleet" Paymaster Aithur llurtis.
Fleet Engineer Philip Inch.
Fleet Marino Oillcor W S Muse.
Lieut Commander C C Todd.
Lieut Wells L Field.
Lieut N J K Patch.
Lieut Geoige L Dyer.
- L'.snt .7 J Hunker.
Lieut E F tjualtrough.
Lieut George M Stoney.
Lieut James II Glenuoii.
Chaplain Robert Hudson.
P A Surgeon F W F Weiber.
P A Engineer Ira N IIollU.
Ensign George P Blow.
Ensign John D McDonald.
Ensign 11 E Purmeuter.
Ensign Walter S llurke.
Ensign Elliot Show.
Ensign Creighton Churchill.
Asst Surgeon George Kothgagnor.
Asst Engineer F W Hartletl.
Asst Engineer Horace W Jones.
Gunner William Walsh.
Carpenter O II Hilton.
Xaval Cadet Thomas P Magruder.
Naval Cadet W C Cole.
Naval Cadet B II Fuller.
Naval Cadet U E Carney.
I'nv Cleric J A Murphv.
Pay Clerk H II Uowlev.
'1111:1:1: will be
nwoid conli-t in
TitiH. Shoit, who li-ft huio on the
U. ii. S. Mohii'iin, Ims rcturni'd on
Timi: of leeching tenderi for rieet
in new market building is exIeuiU-d
to .Mouilay noon.
lloxoi.n.ti Killi'i' are eoiumiimUd
to a--umble at the Aiiiioryai 'JoVlork
to-iuorrow, (or piiiade.
A 'I hU rf'Kiihn eih .-ah' lo-nnniow,
I,. .1. l.vcj , liu-idin gcuuial iuimvIuhi'
die, will oiler a hon-i-.
MilMi'.nns of the Jockey Club tne
icniicteil to ho at the llawaiimi llnii-l
at 7 :'M o'clock tbih ovpuing.
A n'ANciNO uity wan held on lio.ud
tho iiaiiiiiin lift niyhl. Mnnv
gii'.ts ft mil shoio WMt- thi'U'.
Fitnsii ovHlerj on ii'f will bo round
at the Ucavor lunch s-aloon after the
niiiviil of thu Aii'-lialiii to-uioiiow.
Till: Paptniii uud t'lil'-iM." i the L".
S. S. Nip-ic .in' hnpiliiliiy entertiiiu
in (;ot'-N fimn flinu- thi afternoon.
Ti!rii!).v, May '2'.).
'i'l.e Legislative Asiumbly opened
wlili the uinnl form-- at 1(1 a. in.
Hop. Knmai preM-nled a petition
from Kipahulii, thai a leper hospital
be eMaliM-divd in each election dis
trict; alio, thai the patients in such
hospital he 111. 1 i.tulucd by their
friends, or. if they have none, by
the Govotniuent. Sr.niiaiv commit
tee. lcp. Apil.i pre-i'iited a petition
from Kan with a huudied and odd
luimci, tlial :i certain road made by
Peter Lee be made a public highway,
and that glO.II.'l be appropriated
for that , 111 po-c. Laid mi table to
be ooiiMdeicil wlili tin- Apjuopiia
I'ep. Kapachaolc piexented a peti-
iliuici1 at the
Aruiorv of I'limpaitv 1! of iho Hono
lulu Itille.-, in Mcliii'iny Hall, this
TiiC lioo-i'liulil foriiiliue n( Iho
residence of Mr-. 15. !'. Cuineinu,I''oil
stiecl, will be sulci at auction by Mr.
Morgan, next Saturday.
Uomisahes of G. W. Do Lurg Po"t
are sunnooncd to uiuter at Har
mony Null at 2 o'cl'ick to-lnoirow
alleiiioon, to attend M'oinotial Pay
At 12 o'clock noon to-nmnow Mr.
Jus. F. Morgan will sell al iiiietion
30 cords of liiewood, on M.uinakea
hlieet, at til.: tear of the Honolulu
A I.lhT of new rllb.-rnbll:! to Iho
Hell Telephone, additional to tlio'-e
on the company's la.it, card, appears
in another column. It would be well
to cut out the list and attach if to
I'miit Engineer Philip Inch of the
U. S. S. Cbarlciton, was fonueily on
the U. S. R. Mohican, and i well
known here, having mariied a
daughter of one of the caih inifc
sioiirtiics. 'I'm: pioiuise.1 recently owned and
occupied by tho Into Judge Pieston,
on King street, will be put up at auc
tion by Mr. Moigan, 011 Saturday,
Juno 7th. . On tho sumo day tracts
of land at Labaina, specified in tho
auctioneers adveiti'-emout, will be
Ox Monday next at U a. m. the
open day exercises will be held at the
ICawaiahno Seminary. At 11 o'clock
the same morning (hcio will be an
exhibition and sale of tiM-ful and
fancy articles. The oloi-iug exer
cises, consisting of lecitations, sing
ing, calisthenic e.oreUe, etc., will
be held Wednesday, June -1th, at '2
Nkxt S.ituiday night tho Healani
Club will givo a nioonliglit boating
paity on the bay, tii the Mikndo
Comjiany. Tho party will leave
llrewor's wharf at 7 o'clock, in four
large boats towed by a oleum launch.
A strint; band will be in atlcndaneo
and instrumental nuir-ie and hinging
will enhance the pleasuio of the
The Al.iiiic.da, fiom Australia en
route for San Frariei.-co, will be due
ut llobolulu to-nionow afteiuooii.
Provided she arrives before six o'clock
in the evening, the band will givo a
concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. If i-lio is
not hero by the limo mentioned, tho
concert will be deferred until the fob
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Special meeting Hawaiian Jockey
Club, Hotel, 7:30.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Itillcs,
at 7 -.30.
Bijou Comedy Company, in "The
French Spy," .
At Nuuantt Cemetery by Geo. W.
DoLong Post, G. A. It., May flOth,
Heading of Orders
"L'omtades, our duty of to
"To-ilay Is the Icstlvid," etc
IJccoration 01 ur.ives
"ComraiU's, by tills
Q. M. K Jay Oreene
A FINAL PERFORMANCE.
The final performance of the Bi
jou Comedy and Dramatio Coin
inny will be given in the Opera
House this evening. "Tho French
Spy" is the drama to be produced
on the occasion. This is a military
play, of which battle scenes form a
prominent feature. Co. A of the
Honolulu llilles, under whose aus
pices the performance is announced,
will assist. Keliearsals foreshadow
an excellent entertainment. Tickets
have been selling freely, and a good
house is already assured. The mer
its of the Dramatic Company invito
Holl Call of the Dead Ml iitaut
Snlnio tbo Dead Post and Kscorl
Mv i.'ountiT 'tis of Thee."
Hand and Choir
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Invitations to llie royal ball were
distributed iii the chamber to-day.
The members who camo by sea will
hang their Hwallow-lails on the
clothesline over Sunday to eliminate
the nroina of bilge walcr.
Mr. Geo. Frltch of Caljjnrnin was
a visitor during this morning's scs
hion. Hep. Lucas was on hla feet again
to-day to protest against adjourn
ment. The Chair did not "recog
nize" the "lilllured lion," and tho
reporters were accordingly glad.
tiou from Molokai, that the CiOM'iu
uienl laudt which are now undis
posed of be Mild In native ll.iwai
iaiw, and that chaune- in I'jc law be
made 10 facilitate that object. Laid
on table to be couidcicil with the
Ministei of Interior's bill to amend
the homctlcnd lav.
Noble Pun pre-enled a petition
from District ."1, Honolulu, that a
load he opened linin the cud of
Lililia "licet as tar as iho hill, and
Irom there round to Ihn Insane Asy
lum. Public lauds committee.
Hep. (.'ummiiig picaoiited a peti
tion from District ,, Honolulu, lint
SoOOO be ajipiopi luted for impiov
iiig'Ivameliameha IV. road, Kalihi.
Public lands committee.
1:1 i-iiMi or uiuMri n.i .
Hep. h'alua presented the icpoil
of the judiciary committee mi mii -dry
petition-, piesented by Hep. Ka
ma!, ptaing that llie Cabinet be
dismisM'd from olllcc. Committee
beg leave to slate that the Constitu
tion points out the proper mode of
having the I'abinet removed; thric
fore recommend that the petitions
be laid on the table until such time
as a resolution of want of confidence
be introduced. On motion of Hep.
Hep. Kalua nKo piesented the le
poit of the judiciary committee on
cedain petilimw fiom Honuaula and
Kula, piaying tlia. the Constilulion
be abolished. Committee would
state that the country is now under
Hie present Constitution, and these
petitioners do not allege any leasons
why the Constitution should he
abolished ; therefore recommend that
the petitions be laid on the table.
Hep. Lucas, of the printing com
mittee, repoited eight bills punted.
Hep. Kahookauo gave notice ot a
bill to amend Sec. S70, Civil Code,
to change place of holding term of
Circuit Court from Waitnea to Ko
hula. The same member read a first time
his bill to amend the divorce law, so
as to make one year's desertion
cause instead of three years' as at
present. Head a second time by
title and referred to printing committee.
Noble Baldwin gave notice of a
bill prescribing thu scat of justice
of the Second Judicial Circuit.
Minister Damon read a first time
a bill to provide for the expenses of
the present session of the Legisla
ture. It appropriates 525,000.
Under suspension of rules, passed
to engrossment to be read a third
Hep. Kapachaolc presented a reso
lution that SI. 70 be inserted in the
Appropriation Bill to refund taxes
paid twice by Kuahiwi. Finance
Noble Pua moved that it is cur
rently reported that persons con
fined at receiving station at Kalihi
are oidered to perform certain la
bors, and if they refuse are. ordered
to be sent to Molokai ; therefore re
solved that the Minister of the In
terior be requested not to send any
11101 0 lepers to Molokai for the pre
sent, and that a committee be ap
pointed to investigate the alleged
treatment of persons suspected of
Minister Thurston moved that in
stead of adopting this resolution, it
be referred to the sanitary commit
tee in oidcr to ascertain if there is
any basis for the statements, ear
ned. Hep. Waipuilani read a first lime
his bill to repeal the Act of lStiB
relating to tho number of Justices of
the Supreme Court, and re-enacting
the Act of 1S80.
The same member moved a reso
lution that it is proper that this
House should have full information
regarding the care and treatment of
lepers on Molokai ; therefore, resolv
ed that this House appoint a com
mittee of five to visit the settlement
mill report to this House on its con
dition. Noble Baldwin did not think it
necessary to discuss lliis at any
length, especially if complaints had
been made. He thought a commit
tee sliould bo appointed every ses
sion to visit tho settlement and see
how the unfortunates were treated.
He moved the committee be of nine
Hep. Kapaehaolo moved it be a
committee of thirteen, also that a
suitable vessel be procured, ami
that it should wait as long as the
committee find desirable.
Noble Burchardt supported the
resolution, saying somu persons
other than members would like to
go if arrangements could be made.
Kep. Ka'ua did not
appointment of ih
would do iiuiih good
tlou hail been that the committee
I011111I some pictlv good hor-ci up
there, and didn't do much of in
vestigation. They went up to Wni
akole, the source ot water supply,
and had a b.ub, and aiiuMcd them
Milviw as tbey best could until some
one saw, "Lome, let u go name.
He taw mi advantage in a latge
' committee, and thought llie lc.-olu-1
tiou was piciiiatuic. It should wnit
I a little as othei petitions imuht come
' In. He tnoU'd the resolution be
laid cm the table. Carried.
Hip. It. W. WilciK pi evented a
idpicst lor information addiesed
to the Minister of Foreign Affairs:
(I) Why is it that at the pie.-cut
lime a company of olunteeis is al
lowed to separate from the Govern
ment armory and be housed at pii-
ate expense': (2) What object can
there be in allowing the s-n,! com
pany to be separated? (3) Who is
it that sanctioned this unnccotint
nhlo iiiQU'iucnt of the militaiy of the
Minister Ashford said he was
Sk I Latest Foniiaii Ms.
-TMPOI'.TKIlF .fe DKU.KKS IX-
not ,et pieparccl to answer
the questions f Nobles Ctnbhe
and Mullti. The Marshal had
been s() occupied in connection
with the opium investigation that
he had not furnished him certain in-
ad urged that ofll
formation. He I
eial to have the
Fuithcr time was n ranted the Min
ister. Hep. Kalua moved that the Min
ister of Foicign Affaiis be request
ed to lay before this lloiiso the ic
port of llie Colonel of Yolunteeis.
Minister Thurston icgardcd this
asking for department papers an in
ii'ivaiion. It was the custom for
the House to carry on investigations
of departmental mailers through
couiiniltees. It was derogatory to
the dignity of the standing commit
tees that this kind of woik should
be done over their heads. Instead
of having a whole subject disetis-d
al once under a committee report,
tho matter would be scattered over
dilferent times in the proceedings.
He moved the resolution be laid on
the table until the military commit
tee could see whether it was neces
sary to troulile tne House Willi it.
Minister Damon read a first lime
by title Ids bill to amend the opium
lestrietion Act of J 888.
Hep. Kapaehaolo gave notice of a
bill pioviding lor the pay of kokuas
at the leper M'ttlement; alo, of a
bill relating to the time when the
board of lax appeal should sit.
Hep. Kamai moved (o insert in
the Apptopriation Hill $1000 for a
jnil and lockup al Kipahulii, Maui.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Hep. Cununings give notice of a
bill to provide for licenses to poi
shops; also, of a bill to license the
sale of beer in all the taxation dis
tricts ; also, of a bill to provide for
Hie annulment of the marriage con
tract 111 case either party contract
tiie disease known as Chinese lep
losy. Kep. Kahookauo read u 111 rit lime
Ins bill to repeal Sees. 30(1-317, Ci
vil Code, relating to the vaccination
iti)i:n ok tiiu i.u.
Second reading of an Act for the
transfer of care and custody of pris
oners from the Interior to the Attorney-General's
Minister Ashford said this meas
ure was in accordance with tho
wishes of all the Cabinet, but to
avoid any danger of hasty action,
he moved it be referred to the judi
ciary committee. Carried.
Second reading of au Act to re
peal Chap. CD, Laws of 1S88. In
ferred, on motion of Hep. Brawn,
to the judiciary committee.
Second reading of an Act to pro
mote the construction of railways on
the Island of Oahu.
Minister Thuistou moved that
this audolhcr railway bills that may
couio up be rofened to a special
Noble Widemanu said that under
the argument of the oilier side of
the House, that special committees
would prolong the session a twelve
month, he would move the bill be
referred to the committee on public
lauds and internal improvements.
Minister Ashford found that llie
.standing committee in question was
a very good one. Yet it would seem
very appropriate that Noble J. M.
Horner, who introduced the bill,
should lie on the committee to con
sider it. He recalled the fact that
Noble Wideinann was last session
011 the special couiiiiillee on street
Noble Wideinann, stating that he
only made bis amendment to give
the other side a dose of ils own ai
gument, would now withdraw it.
The motion cariicd and the Pic
sident took time to select the spe
Second reading of 1111 Act relating
to llie foreclosure ot mortgage?.
Heferred to judiciary committee.
Hep. Rosa, at 12 'o'clock, moved
tho Iloiwc adiouru till 10 o'clock to
morrow morning. Cairied.
I hi the l .v. '. rmihi-tiii.)
, The I'. S. S. Ciuiili'Miin brought
Sail Francisco papers to May Sutli.
Pilot Hancock has l.liully lurnished
; us with an Kxauiinrr of the 1 lib find
i thcEvcning Bulliliiiof tlic'.'Oth. The
J following news items bae been coll
i ed fiom thcM" p'ipeis:
I A Biilln despatch of May 17th
I tay: "Emperor William's utter
antva" :ii Ko'iisbnrg have sulllced to
irritate the Hu.siiau Government and
dispel all delii'it.nis regarding
possibility ol a lenewal of tl
tenle with Hiis.ia." The p
particularly mentioned is the follow
ing: "I shall uot al ow," said the
Emperor, "my ptovinceslierein llie
east to be touched. Those attack
ing them will tlnd that my strength
is that of u rock." This is held to
bo aimed at no other country than
Stanley is engaged lo Mi-i Doio
thy Tennant, a lileiary lady of Lon
don. Secretin y Blaine daughter Mar
garet is married to Walter Dam
rosch, a distinguished musician of
It is said that the retirement of
Bismarck has decided the Czar to
reverse his policy of an alliance
with France and lo revert lo the po
licy of au alliance with Germany.
The Italian Piin'.e Minister.
Cifpi, sa.Vs that the policy of the
Kingdom is one (d peace, and nun
ace to none, beina solely of a defen
Pasteur denies that iuuoculaiion
will cine leprosy.
In IhclIoiiM' on Ihc2ub McKcnun
made a splendid speech in support
of Ids amendment, for a 33 peicenl
reduction on sugar. He had the
attention of tho whole House and
the galleries wcie ciowded.
DRUGS & C
Toilet Article.-, Fine Perfunn's
Of Kvcrj DTCiipHon.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES &. TOBACCO !
MANl PACTl'HKltv Ot 'I Hi: i'KLUBIIATJL'D
L-HiHollister's Singer Ale & Soda Waters
I'SING EXCLl S1VLI.Y THE
HYATT PUHS WATEtt SYSTEM
KOK ALL VKUAIED BEVri:A(JKS
!! FJHtT KTUKKT. :::::: IKttiOM'I.U.
H. H. Hknimu. Piv-lilent ,' M'inauir.
wonrur.r llnnws, Seen ary .1 I'lva-iner.
John Ksi, Vie
tTc 11. Knit .rv,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO,,
tlijo. SjiruckHs' IJttiik, : Fort .Htrecl, Honolulu.
1MPOHTKI1S and DEALERS IN
Sen'! Hardware, Glassware, Orockery,
Gouulae Haviland China, phin aad docoratod; end Vedgcwocd
Pi .no, LiIipii v A:
Stand Limps, t'liaiulelioi.s ,t Eh-ch lier-,
f all kinds, A complete axi-orim't 01 Dulla a: Files,
Steady progress is being made on
the new road from Ilolualoa to Kai
lua. ."Messrs. Myers and Hitchcock,
lunas, have a gang of about thirty
men employed. The pahoehoe in
creases as they descend the slope.
Giant powder is the motive power
by which the road makers advance
from point lo point. About six
thousand feet of excellent road way
leave been completed. The road
bed is fifteen feet minimum width,
with a crown, of the 1110.1t approved
pattern, and is Hanked 011 the maiika
side by a ditch and on tho makai
side by u well-built stone wall. The
excellent character of the road bed
is well deinonstialed by the fact
that heavy falls of rain which arc of
almost daily occurrence fail lo pro
duce any mud whatever. Nothing
more than a moist condition of the
soil strata appears lo indicate the
existence of the Kona "wet season.'1
When the .six thousand feet of su
perior roadway now math: are ex
tended to one hundred miles, atarl
inir at Kawailrae and runninc to
YVaiohinu, Kona ought to become
famous as a place of resort for the
alllicted of all lands.
Master Cruz, 11 sou of Mr. A. Ma
chado, had a rather close call at
Napoopoo on Friday, by beiiin
thiown from a horse ho was bring
ing in from pasture. A small gash
on the crown of the head and a
scarified arm were the only injuries
Mr. Kekuniano of Napoopoo
met with :i severe accident on
the loth instant, while engag
ed in building a stone wail on
his land. A fall over a rock that he
was moving resulted in a broken
leg. The same limb lias been in a
lame condition for a long time. Mr.
Kekiimano is attended by the Gov
ernment physician and on Sunday
afternoon he considered himself as
making favoi able progress towards
May '2li, 1800.
THE GOSPEL MEETINGS.
In spite of the intense heal of
Tuesday evening, Central Union
Church was filled with a representa
tive audience to hear Mr. Savford's
message from God. His theme was
Blind Bartiincus receiving his sight.
The evangelist spoke of many ob
jections laiscd to-day by Christians
and others which prevented them
from coming into the light, and
which objections Bailimcus might
have urged as excuses for remaining
in the dark, but he cast away all his
excuses and even his garments that
he might not be deterred from hav
ing Iii eyes opened, when Jesus of
Nazareth passed by, and hU exer
cise of faith was rewarded.
Air. Sayfnrd has consented to
speak again Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday evening, and on one oc
casion lie will discuss the subject of
Popular Amusements or Worldly In
dulgences. All arc invited most
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DBSCRIPTIOH !
The "Gazelle" 3-whneied Riding Plow .t Kqualizei,
Bliicbcaid Rico Plow, Planters' Steel it Gooscnecked Does,
LARD. CYLINDER, KKROSKND, LINSEED,
Paint';, Varnishes J: UruJicn, Manila A. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
i.Jtoe, IIosc, Hose,
RCRlir.R, WIRE-ROUND of superior quality, &. STEaM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, him! it Caps, The Celebrated "Club" .Machine-loaded Cartridge;!,
H.ulV Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Roll Threading,
lliirtuian's Steel Who Foncn it Steel Wire Mate,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Sbol Ranges
(Into Citv Stone Fillers,
"New Pro:es.s" Twist Drills,
nov-'JO-KU NealV Carriage Paintt".
Ulninud Zllocli," Niik t."5 t 1T ICiux;
J-s rI;l-. Hvrv. SW.$VSA '; ''f :(?'- -", 4
and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamias and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Hoisse Keening Ooodsy
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER
00a Shop.1 Tron Work
l "EN." Delivery by Under will
bo lewarded by
DRAFT 2:1:1, dated May 1, 1S0O, drawn
by Guy ,fc Robinson 011 .1. T. Wa
teihous'e for' Si:i."i.:il In favor of Xaka
niiira has been lost. Payment lsstopped.
Anyone Hulling the above iliaft will
pleiisu return U 10 (')mlnti & Co. SOU lvv
J. il. Rrown,
DRFT drawn by Oay
In favor of Akanmra and endorsed by
Akaiuiira and Abko. Not eeitalu about
llie uuiiiber of cents. t'aui-iit I
A leception was given to Stanley
by the corporation ol the city of
London, in Guild Hall, May l.'i. It
was the grandest of all the demon
strations given in honor of Stanley
since his return. The streets in the
vicinity were so crowded thut tralllo
was suspended for suveral hour".
The freedom of the city was given to
The Central 1'nioi) Church was
well filled again last evening when
Mr. Sayford preached from Psalm
RIO :27 and took for bis subject "plen
teous redemption," which tbespeaker
stated included pardon, forgiveness,
justification, reconciliation, peace,
cleansing mid adoption in the family
of God by faith, mid that plenteous
redemption was to lie had by believ
ing and then living as such a one
should in such a family.
To-night the evangelist, by special
request, will statu his reasons for
taking tho stand that ho has regard
ing certain woildly pleasures. To
morrow evening will be the last
rS account of 111 health Dr. .T. M.
V Whitney hits appointed Dr. K. 1.
Hutchinson to take charge
until his retain.
of his oilleo
Thur.stlny E veiling, May 21).
Grand Complimentary Uenullt
My fi Dramatic Co.
Company A, Honolulu Rifles,
On which occasion the llljou Cnnied)
Co. will Klvensn faiewell. prior
to their departure for
QrciU Spectacular Military Drtraj,
'X'lio bfVeiili SSpy !
II R People's lee it Refrigerating
Co. will sell ice from ami alter
date In quantities to suit at factory
pi lee al tho grocery "loi of
HENRY DAVIS .t CO.
Honolulu, May 22, 1 alio. f"i'-' 10t
Mils). OSItORNE U now prepared to
give liitu actions In 1-aneyWork
at "The Aillugtoii," Room ii. Class
Lessons; Mimdnyr, Wednesdays and
Fihiay. Private lesfons by special
arrangement. Stumping and unlets
promptly attended to. ',!UJr!"!J!
FO K S A L Lf '
trfj Rox p'au at .1. K. Ilrown's. Par
fpietto and Diess Circle 81; llaleony
73e.; Gallery ftOo. f.(5t -it
IX. Good Needle Women. Call l
Mis. Mellis's, Foil street, imme
diately. 6fi7 lw
VOLUMES Encyclopedia llrltan-
never iiseo, Apply
J & idea, .Morocco bound. In good
IT'CRNISHED or Unlur
L iilslied Rooms, singly or
in suite, on Klntr stieet near
the Reformatory School. Largo and
airy; bathroom connected. Apply al
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