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King Street, bet. Fort fit AJakea fetreete,
IMPORTER is. DEALER li
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by tVciy steamtrs frcm San Francisco
02" All oidein f.uthmlly attended to and MitiMl.iclioii gltaniiilced. Iclnnd
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OFFER JOJt SALE
California Wheal, O.it Hay, in huge and compiii-M-d bales,; Barley, Rolled
it Ground Bailey, California it New Ze.il.uul Oals, .Middlings, Brun, Coin,
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Drifted &eqw and Victor Flour 1
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We keep constantly in stock the ct lebiated Fertilizcis manufactured by Mi.
A. Hunts of h.tn Fianeisco, vu. : 15 .no Meal, Wool Dust and High Guide
Super l'hobphaics, all of which can be had al bediock pneeb.
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Brand Ktigitr Cured ILiiiih and Bacon, New UieakfaM .Corealb, Cieiun Out
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Fresh Caliionna Pioduci b eLiy btLUiuor. All I'ltU-i fiullifully utteiuhd
to and Goods djlivured to any pait of the city free of charge, itdund ordorw
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iwiyii.ii' i... itm' u. .i . m mmem)om
and Sheet Iron Work,
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UmW Part, KeMlDi,
jruj"Y 4, 1SOS.
NVU.IKUT to :iiA;r. i
1st RACE SPRECKELSVILLE
Running Bace, -tnilu dash. Free
for all Hawaiian hied hoiscs.
2d RACE MAKAWAO PURSE.
Running Race, f-niilc iliibli. Free
3d RACE LAIIA1NA PURSE.
'Plotting and Pacing, -mik
heats; best 2 in 3, to harness.
For all horses without a record of
3:20 or better.
lth RACE WAILUKU PURSE.
Running Race, 4-mile and repeat.
Piee to all Hawaiian bred horses
3th RACE KAIIULU1 PURSE.
Running Race, 1-mile dash. Free
6th RACE HANA PURSE.
Ti oiling and Pacing, 1-mile
heals ; best 2 in 3, to harness.
Ei eo to all horses with no better
record than 3 :00.
7th RACE KULA PURSE.
Running Race, 4 mile dash. For
Ponies LI hands and under, to
cany 100 lbs. and upwards.
8th RACE MAN A CUP.
Running Race, 14inilcdsibh. Fiec
lo all Hawaiian bred horses. '
9th RACE WAIHEE CUP.
Trotting and Pacing Race. 1
mile heals, best 3, in ) All hor
hob with a record of 2 30 or better
to go to road cart and carry 185
10th RACE CORINTHIAN.
Running Race, 1-m dash. Wel
ter weights. Free to all members
of the Association.
11th RACE-QUEEN LIEIUOKA
Running Race, lj-milo dash. Free
12th RACE POLO RACE.
Running Race, J-milo dash. Own
ers to lide, catch weights. For
members of any I'olo Club in the
13th RACE MULE.
Running Race,4-niiledabh. Catch
weights. Free lo all.
1-lth Race SWEEPSTAKE.
Running Race, g-mile dash ; han
dicap. sjf0 each, $10 forfeit. As
sociation adds $50. Free to all.
Per ordei of Executive Committee.
L. M. VETLESEN,
IN THE MolNERNY BUII DING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready lo take otdei in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistic goods art offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
A SPRING FIELD 30-Llght Gas Ma
chine hi complete working oidcr
and giiai untied. Will he bold upon
favoiable teinif lo the piiichaBer. Also
a few Handsome Fixture. Apply to
:K) tf King btreet.
The iM'Kt thing to hcimI to
your fritMulH nbrond in KiiiK
ISroH.' IHiiHtnuori Souvenir
of Hawaii, which its ttollon
a j J or tho ptirpoHo and it.
not an advertisement.
s INTO AFRICA'S H&ART.
A (Iri'litiT I'.MM'tlltloii Tliim Hlniif-'V,
Tlui Veiilui'u of nn Aiiierleiui Kx
lillircr. London, May 9. Sir William
Mnckinnon, head of the coniptuiy
that sent Stanley on his last expedi
tion, gave a dinner this evening lo
the youngest of African explorers,
who promises to be not the least
fatuous, William Astor Clmnlor of
Atnciica, who is lilting out the larg
est expediiion ever organized and
paid for ns an individual enterprise.
Others present wcie Stanley, him
self, Sir John Kirk, Livingstone's old
friend, Sir Donald Stewart of the In
dia Olllee, formerly Cotnuiniidei-in-t.
hief in India, anil several well
known Aftiean tinvcleii and explor
ers. Mr. C'haiilcr gave out details
of his proposed explorations, to
which u cei lain inlet et is attached
by leason of the circumstance that
he has not yet attained his twenty
However, Chanler is by no means
unknown in geographic and scientific
circles. On being graduated from
Ilarvatd, at the age of 21, he im
mediately went to Africa and while
many of his Itientls were spending
their time in clubs, watering places
and pleasure results, he, with a small
caravan of Zanzibaris at his back,
marched to Masniland and was the
fust civilized man lo make the com
plete circuit of Kihmanjaia.
Young Chatiler's expedition will
start to the interior eaily in June
from Port Wituland, on the East
coast. A reporter found him to-day
in a luxurious apartment in May fair.
He said: "Duiing the. two ycais.
that have passed since my letu'ru to
Europe my only thought has been to
etpiip an expedition as perfectly and
as completely as possible, so that if
we fail to accomplish anything the
blame and responsibility will rest ab
solutely on my shoulders, and I think
that the caravan that I shall lead in
to the interior next June will com
pare favorably in equipment with any
ever gotten together in Afiica. We
are prepared for almost anything,
except, perhaps, for amial naiga
tion, for which we have not gone in.
"We shall enter Wituland as a
regular African caravan. North of
Mount Kenia wc shall sh"d our skins
and become, by the aid of scores of
camels I shall take with me fiom
Aden, a desctt caravan for Lake Ru
dolph and the unknown inland seas
which it is rumored lie between that
lake and the cast coast.
"We shall carry portable boats
and a great quantity of wire roping
wilh which to construct temporary
pontoons to cross the rivers that ma
intercept our route. Foi the ascent
of Mount Kenia wc shall cany a very
perfect climbing apparatus, bu; a'&
wc do not intend lo waste much en
ergy in the ascent perhaps Mr.
Wbymper, the great mountain climb
er of tho wot Id, may yet Had as vir
gin sod this snow clad peak rising out
of the country of torrid heat.
"The only other while man with
the caravan will be Lieut. Hohnel, a
very distinguished ollieer of the
Austro-IIungarian navy, who accom
panied Count Samuel I'e ekt on the,
nieraoiable expiditiotao Africa, about
which he has writteirrthe ino-a inter
esting and instructive work on Alri
can travel that I have met with. In
accompanying me Lieut. Hohnel is
aptualed solely by his love of science
and exploration, and 1 am indeed
fortunate in having with me so es
teemed a geographer, so excellent an
olllcer and a companion so entirely
"Our caravan on leaving Lamu will
number 200 men, niu'-tering about
170 rifles. I will have with me twenty
or thirty domesticated Somali from
Aden to give stamina and lighting
example to the other native porters'!
Our route will first lie thtough Witu
land, about sixty days' journey along
the river Tana, until Mount Kenia is
"Here we will form a sliongzoreba
and spend some weeks, if possible,
in Ihoioughly exploring the moun
tain, ot which little is known except
that on his journey with Count Tejeki
Lieutenant Hohnel estimated its
height by triangulation lo be about
"In the desert couutiy north of
Kenia wc shall commence to utilize
camels as weight-carrieis and econo
mize the strength of our men. This
pitKlenee will not bo misplaced, as
in crossing this desert Count Teleki,
after terrible hardships mid priva
tions, lost from want of water and
from disease more than fifty men.
"Should our camels bticcuinb to
the hardships of the journey up from
the coast we have still another sliing
to out bow before being compelled
lo lake the desert match to Lake
Rudolph in circumstances strictly
analogous to those by which Count
Teleki was bardicupped arid owing
lo which the caiavan mot with such
loss of life.
"The iwo weeks' journey north of
Mount Kenia lies in country inhabit
ed by a Nilotic tribe, which it is
rumored is rich in camels. Leaving
the caravan in the zereba, I shall
push forwmd with a detachment of
my men, lightly loaded, and beg,
borrow or in the name of science an
nex borne of their deseit ships. Be
tins as it may, we shall, in some way
or oilier, push across the desert to
which the Sinaiieli traders have up
purenlly, with good reason, given
such a dreary, doleful name, and
somehow or other, but 1 hope in good
shape, reach the southern end of
Lake Rudolph. We shall fullv ex
plore this great inland ea and with
our boats visit Hie laigo islands that
"Leawng the main body of the
caravan with our heaner baggage in
Ilio zeielm, Lnuleiituit JlohuUand
myself will cmefullv exnloie the.
river Niauaiii, which Hows into the i
ijieatJuke irom an unknown source
in the Abyskiuiau mountains, and
also another river, the existence bf
which is merely conjectured, rllu- '
rung into tno lalcc from the north
west. "After perhaps paying a flying
trip to Mount Kenia and tho Morlc
country lo the north of Lake Rudolph
wc shall reform the carnvan and pro
ceed eastward to Lake Stephanie.
Here we shall slay soino time explor
ing and mapping, as, unfortunately,
when Count Teleki visited the lake
smallpox was raging among thu
natives and his stay among them was
"Now we approach the piece dc
resistance of our journey. From
Lake Stephanie we Mini I march east
northeast to the Julia itver through
about 500 miles of peihaps the least
known portion of the caith's surface.
A strangely attractive section of the
globe it is, especially so to the geo
logist "Professor Luess, I believe, and
the other leading geologists of the
world, for reasons which ihey are
butter able to explain than I, have
come to the conclusion that this tract
of country is the most recent forma
tion of the earth's crust.
"On the very shadowy authority
of coast traders we hear 'that in this
country theru is an inland sea longer
than Albeit Nanza mid several
active volcanoes but we shall see.
Of only one thing can we be assured,
that is that thu country even a great
way inland from the coasl and west
ward from the Jttba rier is inhabited
by lierce S.itnaii-, and Gtilta tribes
men who thus far have been success
ful in keeping all explore! a out of the
"It seems presumptuous to hope
to succeed in an ixploit in attempt
ing which nun like Prince RuspoM,
Rcvoil, James and Fctrandi failed
wholly or partly at .1 Huron von Oei
Deckun lost his lit , hut thete are
many things which enspire to make
inc hopeful of suece-,.
"After reaching the Juba we will
proceed down thai rixur to tho coast
and then along the shore to Lamu
again, completing, we hope, a jour
ney of 35U0 miles in two years."
Mr. J. P. Hlaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one or ihe severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Suturditi
llevieiv. Mr. Blaize had occasion to
diivu several miles dining the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung iuvor. Mr. Blaize
sent to the nearest ding store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which lie bad often
heard, and took a number ol huge
doses. He says the eil'ect was won
derful and that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. BL-ize regards his cute as simply
wonderful. Filly tent boitle fo'r
sale by all dealer-. Benson, Smith
& Co., Aiienls.
AN OPPORTIMT Y !
At tho request oi' a
number of our patrons,
Ave have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. AV. Y. Jtow,
as a practical instructor
tit Oil Painting and Wa
ter Colorinir. free of
Mr. How has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident (hat, by prac
tical demonstration, lie
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
Oki-ick: Room .-), Spieckels' ISlnuk.
Mutual 'telephone 108.
New Designs ! Modam Building
Complete plans and biieeltieatioiib for
every de-cilpilon of building. Coutiacts
iliawu and c.iieful superintendence of
coiisii iictiou given wliun leqtihed. Call
anil examine iiImiik. apr 'J!! ly
fcPv. A 'S,lf" ","1 fienilu
WttJ 71 , ' " "whs
W t-' "t can til.n be meil under
saddle; I Ion liiaku anil Harness, An
ply al olllee of '
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aiOAEY iO JUi:,D iiOMlW.
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I homo, and luruish thj money on
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JUNE 11, JS92.
1st RACE BICYCLE RACE.
1-Milo Dash. Free for all.
2d EACE-"QUEKN LILIUOKA
Running Race, 4-Mile Dash. Free
Trolling and Pacing for Ha
waiian Bud Hiim.-s to Harness
Milo Heats; best 2 in 3.
lth RACE "GOVERNOR'S CUP."
i.uiiniiig itace. J-Alile Dash foi
Hawaiian Bred Hoises.
RACE "KALAKAUA CUP."
Running Race. Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred Hoises owned by
menibeib of the Club.
Olh RACE FUTURITY
Running Race, J-.Milo Dash
s-ye.u-ulil, Hawaiian Hied.
7th RACE-"UONOLULU PLATE."
Tiolting nnd Pacing to Harness,
for all Hoises not having a lecord
of 3 Minutes or better. Mile
Heats; best 2 in 3.
8th RACE-"ROSITA CHALLENGE
Running Race. 1-Mile Dash. Win
ner to beat lecord of "Angio A "
1.43. Fice for all.
'I rotting and Pacing lo Harness.
Mile Heats; bes't 3 in 5. Free for
RACE " KAMEIIAMEIIA
Running Race, lJ-Mtle
Hawaiian hied Hoises.
11th RACE "PRESIDENT CUP."
Running Race, 1A-Mjle Dash.
Flee for all.
12th RACE JOCKEY CLUB POST
Sweepstakes $20. Trotting and
Pacing to Harness. Mile Heats;
best 2 in 3. Ifoiseb to be diiven
by Members of the Club.
'OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Running Race, J-Milo
Hawaiian Hied Hoises.
11th RACE PONY RACE.
Running Race, 1-Milo Dash. Ha
waiian Hied, for Ponies 1-1 hands
and under. Catch-weight.
15th RACE MULE RACE.
Running Race, 1-Milo D.isdi.
w.iii.ui Bred. Catch-weight.
H, w.uiui Jockey Club,
The A I Mtcunihlilii
Is duo at this poit on Jiiiiu lath and will
lenve for the above pons on or
22ni .riarv k.
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n sponsible for debt couti acted by the
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tv. u. mvix & co.,
122 lw igcnih Hark "lCIslnoio."
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