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MONDAY, MAY 1G, 1892.
Stnir Claiidlne from Maui
Stmr Mlkahaia from Ka at
Sehr Molwaliinu from Koliala
Am 4-iu -scln Catiler Dove,
from Xcw castle, ! S W
Stmr .Mokolll for Molokui and Maul at 5
atmr U H Itishop for Waianao, Wiiialua
and Kaliuku at 1) a in
Stmr AVaiaieale (or Lahnina aud Iliinia-
kua at 10 a m
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokal and Mam
at 5 p in
fcStmr .1 A CuinniliH for Ivoolnu and Wal-
VESSELS LEAVINQ TO-MORROW.
fttmr KIikui for Maul aud Hawaii at
StmrMikuhala for Kauai at ." p m
Ktmr Chuidine for Maui atS p m
Stmr Pele for Makaweli at 2 p m
Stmr .las Makee for Kauai at t p in
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Claudinc 1911 bgs sugar, !!0 bgs
pnlatoes, M0 tigs corn, 1!I0 hgs taro,
(! hor.-cs aud &8 pkgs Mindries.
Stmr Mikaliala 5127 bgs aiigtr, 7 bides,
1 horse and (10 pkgs siuidiics.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S !rim Francisco, Bear-Admiral
Blown, from h.in Diego
Am is stiiir- Morning hlar, Garland,
from South roa iRl.uid1
Am ship J r l'otter, Meyer, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Sonoma. Lcc, from S.m Frau-ei-eo
Am n-m st'br Louis, Hutch, from New
castle. N S W
Am 4-nistd sehr Carrier Dove, Brandt,
from Newcastle. X S W
Am Ijktnc Forest Queen, Nelson, fiom
Am bktuo SN Castle, Ilubbaid, from San
Am bk Elsiuoic, Perkins, from New-
castle, N S V
Br tbip Uenniore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Nor bk Poseidon, liinriiioii. from New
castle, x a w
Ship Columbia from San Francisco
Nor Urlg Dato from Newcastle, NSW
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
It M S S Maripos'i, flaywurd, from San
Francisco, Jiuie :i
S S Australia, lloudlutto, from San Fran
cisco, May 17
S S City of Pekpig, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, May 4
Am ship Pactolus, Beadle, from New
Am bk Smuatia, Thomas, from New
castle, N S W
Gcr bk J C Plluger, from Bremen, July
Gei- bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, June
Haw bk Fooling Suey, from Boston,
J u n i! 30
Huw ship Helen Biewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Nor bk Havtriiuu, Evaugeu, from New
Am bk Muium t fiom Newcastle, NSW
Britbk Veiling fiom Newcastle. N S W
Bk ii eta from Newcastle, N S W
From Maui per Btnir Claiidine, May
1C Mrs F L Stolz, olnld and servant,
Mrs A May, Mrs D Center and uiild.
Mrs j F Mackenzie, Mis Bouter, N
Mnnwar. Dr Younger, G Armbtjong,
K I Lillio, T Wolfr, V H Cornwoll,
MrsE Nouie, W O Smith and 3(5
Fiom Kauai per stmr Mikuhala,
May 15 Hon G N Wilcox, Col Z S
Spalding, Mrs F 1 Hustings, Bev II
Isenborg, F W Gludo, C II BiBhop,
Mrs C Borchgievink, A'rs JMullor, E E
Cniiiiiit, J K Furloy, E Swan, E A
Wilson, W E Scott, K Gjerdrum, Mr
Grey, B Tomaiiuga, .Mr Tholer and .10
GBAKF In Honolulu, May 15, to the
wife of Otto A. GiaeC a sou. Gor
man papers in San Francisco pleusu
A traveling man who chanced to
lie in tho store of K, V. Wood, at
MeKees Hocks, Pa,, says while hu
wus wailing l" -'-' Mr Wood, a i(.tlo
gjrl camp in wjth ai empty hqttle ij
lipled Cliuuibcrlnin'B l'ain laltu mpl
suidj t'Jlnumia wants another bot
tle of that intdiuinoj she says it ie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
over used," 50 cent bottles for sale
by ail dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
S. S. Avmtuama to-motrow.
Band at Emma Square to-night.
Fuksh fiuzcn oysters at the
Saloon (omoi row.
Amati'.uu violinists are eager
hear the celebrated Musin.
Enoink Co. No. 1 will hold n special
meeting nt their hull this evening.
Tm: box plan for single nights of
thu Musiu conoorts it now open at
Mr. Levey's ulliee.
A kumiikii of our single and married
-ociely people are piojiaring the
niinnel to be danced on somo futme
SpilCIMKNS of the coral sand dug up
by tin; dredge mid ejected by the sue
tion pumps are on exhibition in a
window of the Hawaiian News Go.
Tiik piogiuin for the annual races
of thu Maui Racing Association will
be found in thu Bulletin to-day no
need to wait for the Gazette to-morrow.
Tun ladies and gentlemen who an
to take part in thu minuet are re
quested to meet at the bungalow in
thu P.ilaco ground to-morrow evening
at 7 ::50.
Thk bullet that killed the Japanese
ut Olowulu was found, and it titled a
pistol borrowed by the two Japunebu
under arrest. The victim was shot
through the henrt trom behind.
Tiiehe will probably soon be an ad
dition to Hawaiian soil in thu shape
of about 200 tons of flint rock import
ed from La Bello Franco by the Ben
moro. It was taken on board at
Koucn as ballast.
At the Sunday morning service of
tliu second congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral, the Bev. Alex. Mack
intosh in his sermon made a veiy
touching reference to the death of
dins'. F. Gurney.
Tun late Jos. S. Gurney, father of
C. F. Gurney who was buried yester
day, was at the lime of his death
man.iger of Heeia plantation, and not
following his trade of shipwright as
Two niitivo prisoners who escaped
ou Feb. 1st were caught at Koolau on
Siituiday. Iopcka had an addition
of three months, and Maiao of two
months, made to their previous sen
tences this morning.
The Hotel management cordially
invites the public to occupy the Hotel
grounds, verandah and lanai, at the
combined concert, to-morrow evening,
and chairs and other scaling accom
modation will be provided for every
body. Mk. Clms. Steele, assistant snginccr
on the Kin.iu, had two toes crushed
on the last trip, by inadvertently step
ping in the eccentrics. Dr. Williams
at Hilo amputated the toes and under
his advice the sufferer remained at
that town to recover.
Master Hugh Brown, son of Admi
ral Brown, met with an accident on
Saturday evening, in which ho broke
two bones in his right arm. He full
from tho balustrade on the fiontof
the cottage occupied by Admiral
Brown on the Hotel grounds.
Kawi, a messenger in tliu Supreme
Couit, was toppled over while stand
ing in fiontof F.Horn's on Hotel
sheet to-day. Kawi was looking at
biswitch when two dogs came run
ning along und striking him between
the legs sent him spinning on the
road. No damage.
At the Boy.il Scottish Academy
Exhibition lpjld recently in Edin
burgh, one of tho finest portraits
shown was a painting by Sir George
Beid, President of thu Academy, of
Mrs. Maolie, Senior, of Dreg horn Cas
tle, mother of Mr. It. A. Maclie, Jr ,
late of Kiluuea, Kauai.
Tin: dredge was taken out and
commenced digging on the bar on
Saturday. Everything worked satis
factorily up to Sunday afternoon,
when a slight mishap occurred, which
necessitated her being towed into
port, to filled repairs. Shu will bo
taken out again to morrow.
Mil, Mort Oat celebrated his
birthday anniversary Saturday even
ing, a number of friends participating
in tho pleaBant event. One of the
presents he received was a handsome
ly frosted cake, suitably inscribed.
On being cut it was found to be filled
The Scotch vuuht had another trial
ou Saturday, running to Diamond
Head, with Mr. W. Luther Wilcox at
the tiller and Judge Dole on board.
Her sails are getting into better trim
with use, and bho will be given. a run
once or twico a week. Tho Healani
nut at the samu time was distanced
by tjie Scottish maid.
A i'OI.i.ibion in which nobody waB
hurt occui red between a King streut
and a Fort street tramcar Saturday
evening. Both drivers put on brakes
too late. The King ulreet hotses
saved humping thoir heads by break
ing away siiUiwin1. Nobody to blamul
But tliu maniigemuut should see thai
thu drivers don't do it again.
John Comaucho, who lus been
chief cook at tliu Hotel so many years,
has resigned his position, to take a
niiiuii needed rest. Uo will lie suc
ceeded to-moriow by a high-class
French cook, who will ariivu ou thu
Australia, with a special pantry cook
and baker, as his assistant. Thu
mouths of thu guests are beginning
to walur already in anticipation of thu
good things to eat.
The funeral of thu Uto Charles F.
Gurney from St. Andrew's Cathedral
ou Saturday afternoon was attended
by a largu concourse. Bev. Alex.
Mackintosh conducted thu services,
Floral on"eiiugs were inany'iiiidbeauti
ful.incliidipg a pillow of white (lowers,
witji 'iM." in bcarliit jn tu iniddlo,
from tliu Myrtle Boat Club, Members
of the club attended in a body, Thu
pall-bearers were Messrs. E, jj. Moss
man, L Kenako, F. W. Wood, Geo,
Harris, E. O. White and W. ). Alex
ander' Jr. Nuuanu cemetery was tho
place of burial,
5Etys fcian.y L
EAST MAUI NOTES.
Trial nf Opium NiltiSBl.r
.lliiny lt'iiin or lull riiil.
The time from the olosc of the
proceedings at Court, until the sail
ing of the steamer being so brief, the
icport of thu trial of opium smug
glers at Wailuku, Maui, as given in
last Monday's issue of the Uut.i.r.Tix
so voluminously, covering somo foity
odd sheets of closely written short
hand, your special stenographer had
barely time to transcribe his notus
into longliatid and was therefore
compelled to omit matters of news,
and defer the report of remarks and
comments made by Maui people, dur
ing the progress aud at the result of
That the defendants would bo
acquitted and discharged was a fore
gone conclusion. That although this
was the general opinion, in not one
single instance was a reason given
why the defendants should be dis
charged, and all were unanimous in
the belief that the three defendants
were landed upon Maui from a"
strange schooner, ttiat they brought
a largo quantity of opium with them,
and that they disposed of the drug
at prices highly remunerative to
We shall not attempt to offer any
explanation of this illogical reason
ing on the part ot thu .Maui pcople,
many of whom arc known to possess
extremely level heads.
Another remarkable feature of this
remarkable trial was the supreme in
difference of the three defcndanti
thereto, who, of all others, one would
suppose would be most deeply con
cerned. Yet it is n fact that J. W.
Biown, thu chief defendant, was so
deeply immersed in the mysturius of
a yellow-backed novel during the en
tire proceedings as to be entirely
oblivious to everything else going on
around him. His partner Williams
was buried in thu depths of the
latest issue of the Daily Bl'lletis,
borrowed from your correspondent,
while Johnson, the third, snoozed
away the greater portion of the time.
An unconcerned trio surely.
Brown offered to wager $50 before
the case was called, that they would
be acquitted, and expressed surprise
that they (?) "made such as-scs of
themselves" as to attempt to convict
Comment here is unnecessary, as
it is gcneiall' well undestoou by
thinking minds under what influences
such conditions exist. Therefore it
is not surprising that the general
opinion hereabouts is to the effect
that the whole proceedings are any
thing but a flattering commentary on
the astuteness of the authorities who
woiked up the case, and that these
three extremely affable and agreea
ble j'oung gentlemen, who have been
lounging about these parts for the
past six weeks, spending money
iieely, in a hail-fellow-well-met man
ner, with any ami everyone wlto
chose to partake ot their liberality,
did land from a strange vessel which
was signaled by colored lights burned
at night for weeks, in full view of
the homes of some of our local
authorities ; that the' brought with
them a quantity of opium, variously
estimated to be of the value of from
815,000 to 5150,000, and that they
disposed of the same very much to
Who will oppose the licensing of
opium after this? And last, but by
no means least, that Judge Noah
Kepoikai made the greatest mistake
of his life when he excluded those
letters, Nos. 2, 3 and 4, offered as
evidence by the crown. We aru all
liable to err, however.
AN ASl'IltANl' KOll THE JI'DOKSIIH'.
Many of our people on this side
of Maui are highly amused at the
spectacle presented by brother C. II.
Dickey of Ilauiukuapoko, in his
scramble for thu position made vacant
by the demise of the Hon. Geo. E.
Richardson of Wailuku. It is rather
mirth provoking to see our versatile
friend, who is an adept in many of
the walks of life, from measuring
ribbons and weighing sugar behind
his counter on a week-day, or passing
the plate tor stray dimes at the Ma
kawao Foreign Church on a Sunday,
to dancing "Jim Crow" and singing
McGinty" and "Annie Hooney" at
a Makawao literary gathering of an
evening; waiting upon his numerous
friends and acquaintances throimh
out the district and with tear-dimmed
oyes beseeching them to sign their
names to his modest (?) petition to
Her Majesty to appoint him Circuit
Judge of Wailuku. While we have
grave doubts as to whether the pos
session of the above-mentioned rare
accomplishments are the necessary
qualifications to fit one for the posi
tion on the bench, we have not the
least shadrw of a doubt that Her
Majesty is possessed of too much
good sense and warm love for her
native subjects to wan ant her in ap
pointing Mr. Dickey or any other
white man to the position, as it is one
which unquestionably belongs to a
native Hawaiian, and Her Majesty is
uo doubt aware of the fact that we
hvivo among us Ilawuiiau jentlcincn
eminently well qualified to fill the
position, prominent among which I
may mention the Hon. Judge Noah
Kepoikai, who, it is safe to say, if it
wus an elective olllcc, would step into
it with an overwhelming majority.
Society people have been rather
quiet during the past week, owing uo
doubt to the unpropitioijs staty pf
the' weather which laB bepii ratlier
Uncomfortably warm and continuous
Mrs. II. ,. Austin entertained a
number of her lady friend3 at
luncheon at her pretty littlo home at
Walhee Saturday last. Among those
present were; Mis. V. L. Stoltz and
her friend Mis. May, Mrs. H. D.
Walbridge and Miss Kiltie Hitchie.
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Hon. C. W. Ashford found time
to make his devoirs to tho ladies at
Waihue hoforo the steamer sailed,
taking lunch also with Mrs. Kate
More Wells the artist.
The annual meeting of the East
Maui Hacing Association, which is
held tho first Saturday in May, took
place at the Court House, Wailuku,
thu evening of the 7lh insl., with a
full ul tendance. The following ulll
ecrs were elected:
Hon. II. D. Walbridge.... President
Mr. A. K. Hopke. . ..Vice-President
Mr. L. M. Vutlescn Secretary
Mr. K. L. Stolz Treasurer
Executive Committee Mr. C. II.
Broad, Dr. Geo. llerbeil, and Mr.
G. P. Wilder.
After business the company ad
journed to thu residence of the Hon.
It. D. Walbridge, where toothsome
refreshments wero bountifully served
to the evident enjoyment of all pres
ent. Lovers of thu race especially
those who favor Kahului with their
presence aud horses will be pleased
to learn that the Association have
about finished raising the grade of
their track from zero to 12 or 15
iuches, thereby overcoming the possi
bility of being flooded again.
The same evening our popular
government physician, Dr. George
Herbert, cuteitaiued a number of
friends at dinner at his cosy home in
Wailuku, which was a gastronomic
and social success.
Wednesday evening Mrs. F. L.
Stolz of Kahului, gave a "spider
web" party in honor of her fiiund
Mrs. A. May, of Oakland, California,
who departs for her home and thence
to New York Saturday next. A lady
whose chai tiling pcisonality has won
for bur a huge circle of friends among
Maui's elite society, nearly all of
whom weiu present to bid her fare
well and bou voyage.
As this was one of the largest
gatherings of the season as well as
an exceedingly unique affair, a brief
description of it may be of interest.
In addition to theaastoful and ex
quisite Moral decorations throughout
the house, the parlors also containing
the huge "spider's web'' from which
this delightful entertainment derives
its name. This web was composed
of silken cords of red and blue colors,
laced and intertwined in a most intri
cate manner, witli innumerable
spiders (artificial) of various sizes
and degree, clinging to its meshes.
The ladies were ghen each a spider
on a blue cord, while the gentlemen
each selected one on the red ; then
at a signal from the fair hostess, the
agreeable task of unravelling began;
a prize awaiting the fortunate couple
who succeeded in freeing themselves
first without parting the cord, and as
each pair of blue and red cords were
united, when free, tliey joined a geii
llcinau to his fair partner for the
evening. It does not require a very
vivid imagination to picture the vari
ous ludicrous contretemps incident
to this struggle for freedom.
After the first piize had been
awarded to Mr. It. Albrecht refresh
ments most delicious and of great
variety, including well made ice
cream, were served. Then followed
Mr, C. Stoeckle with his wonderful
phonograph, regaling all present
with a number of beautiful selec
tions, which proved a great treat and
was thoroughly enjoyed by all pres
ent and to many was a novelty of the
Dancing was then indulged in, until
thu approach of the "wee sum' hours,"
when the party broke up, expressing
their thanks to their charming hostess
for one of tiie mo-t delightful and
novel entertainments ever enjoyed on
Maui. The following is a list of the
guests present :
Hon. It. D. Walbridge and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wilder, Mr. anil
Mrs. C. It. McVeigh, Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Cailey, Mr. ami Mrs. Douglas,
Mr. and Mrs. It. Albrecht, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Laws, Mr. and Mrs. C.
II. Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Z.
Misses Kiltie Hitchie, Paulsell,
Toms, Sotners, Gregory, Maud Bald
win, May Baldwin, 'Nicholson. Mes.
dames M. L. Hall, C. S. Lovehnd,
Mrs. A. May.
Dr. G. Herbeit, Dr. E. It, Youn-
ger, Messrs. A. V. Hopke, Hugh
Uonter, A. Barnes, W. S. Aiken, W.
L. Mossmau, (J. II. Broad, V. A.
Vetlescn, L. M. Vetlesen, C. Hcl
wioli, G, 15. Simpson, F. S. Ann
strong, C. W. Baldwin, E. K. Bivcn
and K, W. Hardy.
Some of the ladies' toilets were
Mr. U. M. '. Forster of I'aia a few
days ago purchased a very pretty
Axtellc cart, as a present for his fair
young bride. Yesterday, Mrs. Fors
ter, accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. King, took a drive. The horse
proved unmanageable and ran away,
completely demolishing the new cart.
Foituuately the ladies were not seri
ously injuied, though badly shaken
Again, Mr. V. Vetlesen of Kahu
lui, borrowed his brother's Dandy to
take his best girl to hear the Cantata
at Makawao. I hey reached bpreck
elsvillo when thu horse seemed pos
sessed of an insane desire to outdo
all his previous records. The young
couple were dumped out and tho
Dandy reduced to splinters in a
twinkling, I am pleased to add that
neither lady nor gentleman was seri
Port of Kahului Arrived ; May
Hlh, brigantine Coiihiielo, Jacobsen
master, 17 days from San Fiancisco
with as&oitcd cargo of general mer
chandise, among which was a now
engine for the Kahului Klcctrio
Light Co. As the wires are nearly
all laid it will not bo long beforu Ka
hului will bu brilliantly illuminated
by electric lights.
Mny 11th, arrived, three-masted
schooner F. C. Hedfield, Birkholin
mnster, 57 days from Newcastle, N.
S. W., willi 74IJ Ions of coal consign
ed to II. C. & S. Co. Will load su
gar for San Francisco.
Sailed, May llth, tho Caiisiieln
with sugar consigned to J. D
SpreekeU it Bro.
The H dll.ld will probably get
away Wednesday the 18th Inst.
Wnihei' null lliiiihcd grindintr last
wci k ilh u tot A output of a littlo
over l-M'lvi: hundred tons (1210)
sugar. This Is Mr. Uhas. 11. Makee's
crop and the largest ever taken from
Wailuku mill eloped down with an
output of iiboul 2000 tons.
Spreckelsvillo'scrop runs consider
ably under Mr. Morrison's estimate,
the output being only 8700 Ions in
si cad of 15,000 tini3 as estimated by
Mr. Morrison. This is no doubt due
entirely to an extremely dry season.
Maui, May 14.
Nora Have Tlicm Now"
Said a gentleman in conversation,
speaking of thoso troublesome things
Corns. The reason why was quite
evident. He had used some of our
new corn cxtcrminutoi. This is u
simple harmle.-s lemi'dy, easily ap
plied and veiy efi'eetive, i cunning ev
en the roots of thu corn without p.im.
Do you use soap? Wc haven't said
anything about .-o.ip fm two mouths
Most, of our customers pioemed a
huge supply during our snap week
but is it not most washed away by
this time? We think so and have a
new line of soap to oiler .las. S. Kirk
it Co.'s. These soaps are a boon lot
these dull times whieli some complai l
about theyr's cheap in price but of
very g. oil quality. Colgate it Co. are
well repiesented in the soi'p line in
our store. Wu have the tumoii
'Good Morning" soap, too. This is
Pears' and if you wjII mid their ad
vertisements ciiiefully you'll be con
vinced of its superiority to any other.
Wi have all sorts of .having soaps,
also. Our assortment of lather brushes
iB daily growing les but yet have a
lino lot from which you can make
your selection. We keep shaving
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
Coriii'i' li'ort .t JCInur ft 1'i-et h.
BAWAlkul OPERA HOUSE.
L.J. Levey Lessee te Manager,
Gi-inii(l Concert lyy
Thu Famous Violin Virtuoso, sup
pot ted by
Mdme. ANNIE LOU'SE TANNER,
The American Nightingale, and
MONS. EDUARD SCHAPF,
Superior Solo PianNl,
Will give Two Giaud Concerts on
Thursday & Saturday Lve.iings,
May lOihand 21t.
tSr Box Plan open on
101b, at the Olllec of L. J.
(JAKU of THANKS.
MBS. J.S. GURNEY gratefully ac
knowledges heieby the many min
istrations of lovi, tendered hi her recent
beieavcment, aud desires to tliiink the
many filemls for their tmmeieiB floral
tiihules of aff'-etiou and silent yinpu
tliy hi this loss of a dutiful sou and
brother. 1'.'2 U--21 It
A JUNIOR Cleik in an importing
house. Must he well leeoinmuud
ed, a good penman, and quick and ac
curate ut llgtues. Addicns "E.," Bul
letin Olllue. 122 2t
SAFE and Gentle
can also be used under
saddle; 1 Top Biskc and Harness. Ap
ply at olllce of
J-22 3t II. HACKFKLD & CO.
HPUK Master or Agents
of the Auierl-
L. can bark "ENlnore"
will not be
ri'spotinihln for debts contracted by the
ciew without a wrlilun oider.
W. O. 1KWIN&CO.,
422 lw Agents Bark "Klsliiorc."
J A I'Elt HANGING I
1 1VE J. L Mkvku tho Painter a call
V.T and have your Paper Hanging done
promptly and neatly. 130 Fort street,
P. O, Hox HR7. Mutual Telephone
flfi2. ir.it it
4-r.oOMKD Cottage on
Fort street. Good loca
tion and moduiatu lent.
Apply on tlie premises or to
111 tf At thu Gov't Itiiilding.
VERY Desirable Ili'sl
deneu beyond thu Pri
son, coiitaiiiiinr f Booing with
Kitchen, Pantry, Dlnliigiimm an 1 ll.Hli.
The I'leiiiuesiiiuwen-iaiu out Willi iriui
ami oilier tiees. Apply to
L. P. KEBNANDEZ,
400 lin At II. F. Wlchinan'B,
rpHK undersigned, Assignee of tliu
JL Estate of W. Athii of Wailuku,
Maul, a bankrupt, hereby gives uotiei:
lo all thu ciedltors who h.ivo proved
their (laliiis against thu said ictum Unit
hu has lllcil his accounts as such Assig
nee in Ihu hiipieme (Joint, and that liu
will apply for a settlement of sueh ac
counts and for a dUchuigc fiom all lia
bility as such Assignee on FRIDAY,
tho suili day of May. lb'JJ, at 10 o'clock
a, u.t In thuSupicmu Court.
Assignee, of W. Athii, bankrupt.
Honolulu, Muy U, 189J
" "v V. .
A BIG STRIKE !
When labor and capital fall out then comes n strike. When good
material comes 'o thu hands nf the biainy workman an article i- produced
which causes a striku nl a different character.
Our biggest strike was made with ilir- "HKNDI.Y BHKAKIili," be
cause it does its work better than imv pi 'V in the Kingdom ; the diafl Is
so light that it is but child's play to lundb i and the parts are so strong
and well put together that it will w k hi the toughest kind of soil.
You'll strike it right if you buy one ol i -in.
Fort street, oppo. fcpreekcls' BatiK, Hiinhibi
104 Fort atreat, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VEHY
Special Reduction in School Hats
ear FOR I WEEK. ONLY -
CH1LDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
71 i '' ;"'"VQ
it . i. r im 'i'i v:
THE HIGHEST G11ADE OF BOTTLED
Sift Water, Giopr Ale
DELIVERED TO ANY
l' art Ntreef. : :
" OLD "
1 UTXH ItlXl Iii.
' - J --''
CONS'IITUl'ING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1850 BY f 15. WILLIAMS FOB CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cafat Miking, Upholstering & Undertaking
Business in Honolulu aio sdll extant, and tliu business, lis originator and
present propileior here lo slay. Il.ivlmr piucli.ised ihu oiiuio Iuieift't of
tliu late llrm of II. II. Williams & Co., coiiiiilltig tho largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; pi inelp illy selected by II. 11. Williams during his Into three
mouth-' vi-.it to the CouM, I now offer tills, slock and fiiiiue addition- for
CASH at piiec much les than heretofore charged.
Hay-Tho uiideiplgiied In lesutnhighls old plaeu aud buhic-s would icspect
fnlly lender Ids giatelnl thanks for ilio liberal patromigu nf old filend of this
ami neighboring Mauds, and hope-to uieilt a eontliinaiiei) of their f.ivore whllo
soliciting a ahaiu Irom new friends; and again offen, his services in.
Moving1 Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Caieful Muu with Suitable, Apparatus,
Matting of Superior Qjality
B6T PIANOS FOR SALE OR
JUST RECEIVED Ex. "BEUMORE"
gjT ASM FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET BATES, jgff
Also, Foster's Porter in Quarts aud Pints.
i "rii:.i y Ac co.,
Foster IJloi'k," 19 Nuuanu sti eel, Honolulu,
jMutuul Tel. tJOQ. -W OU ) 5T 1. -. U.v 1 : i7.
LATEST Sl'VLIiS IN
NEW RIBBONS 1
It's very ret'
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruii Juices
ni Grab Aple Cite
PAB V OF HIE CITY,
tS- I M ri? W
Honolulu, c!. I.
fi-. .. tHKiLi S
Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
RENT AT LOW FIGURES.
OLD GENEVA (double berried).
(hi (-'U bottlus ouoh).
KEY ItRAND (small while bottles).
do (small black bottles).