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Honolulu. II. I.
. Attorney at Law and Notaiy
Public No. 42 Murehant stieut, llouo
HW. SCHMIDT & SONS,
. Importers & Commission Mer
chants. Foitstieet, Honolulu. 1 -5)1
nHACKFBLD d5 OO ,
General Commission Agents.
Coiner Fort and Queen streets, Hono
lulu, II. I. 1-01
f W MACFARLANE & Co ,
Jt Importeis and (
Importeis and Commission
GONSAIjVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Mei chants. Beaver Block, Honolulu,
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General
Merchandise. Queen sheet, Honolulu,
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of evciy kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-01
L EWERS fc COOKE,
Imnoiteia and Dealers in Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, I I H. I.
&tcam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Hints and Lead Castings;
Machinery of evciy desciiptlon made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksmithiug. Job Work ex
ecuted at shoi t notice. 1-01
J NO. S. SMITHLES,
Auctioneer & General Business
A. Gt lfl JM 'X
SI till uUdiiu. Koliuln. Hiiwali.
WJSNNJBR & CO.,
5 imparting Jewelers.
92 fort Street Honolulu
H. fJ. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
ICIng Mtrt'el. Iiuiiiliilu.
Excellent accommodation for patients.
Dli. A. R. IiOVVAT, V. S.
Olllco Hours 7:30 to 10 a. m.; 12:80
to 2'p. m.; 4:30 to C p, m.
Tklki'iionkh : Bell 90. Mutual IBS.
P. O. Box 2. 192tf
New Cottage io Rent!
FINE Cottngo with I'ailor, Dlnlng
loom Hall, 4 Lingo Bedrooms,
Bath, Pantry, Kitchen aud nil mortem
Imjuovemeiitri. lieietaiiltt stieet-cars
pass tho door. Kept $i)5.
KJ For further information apply to
c. j. McCarthy,
:if Meifhaut Klieot.
Notary Public for the Isldod of Oabu,
Agent to Tako Acknowledgments to La
Agent to Uniiit Marriage LIcensea,JIo
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands of 1'ltt &
Heott'BFielght & J'au'i'ls JCxpicbs.
Agci)U for Iho iiurllggton iioute.
Real Estate Broker & SSIR1
Bell Tele. a48.tBar-Mutual Tele. 139.
P. O. Box ll.
tSrOvviQK: No. U8 Merchant street,
Honolulu, OuUu, II. X. jan 9il
! Jlnnmnn Ptnnmnlnn
Australian Mail Seivice!
F4Ut X IKAtf CISCO.
Tlio New and Fine Al Stool Steamship
Of tho Oceanlo Steamship Company -will
be duo at Honolulu trom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 30, 1832,
Aud will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or
about that dato.
For Sydney and Auckland !
The Now and FIno Al Steol Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
June 30, 1892,
And will havo piompt dispatch with
mails aud passengers for
the above poits.
U The undesigned aie now pre
pared to issue 'i'lnough Tickets from
this city to all points in the United
JQT Foi fm tlicr particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm Q. IE WIN & CO.. I'd,
Wier's steamsbip Go.'s
ST MR. 'KINAU7
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m.,
touching at Lahuina, Maalaea Bay
mid Makonn the same day ; Mahu
koiia, Kawaibac and Laupahoehbe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Friday, 'June 17th
Tuesd'ay, " 28th
Friday, July 8th
Tuesday " 19th
Friday, " 29th
Tuesday, Aug. 9th
Priduy, ' 19llr
Bcturning leaves Hilo, touching at
Laupahoelioe same day; Kawaihao
A. m. ; Mahukona 10 A. M. ; Makona
4 p. m.j Miialnea Bay G p. ji.; Lahu
ina 8 r. m. tho following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu 6 a. m. Wednesdays
AK1UVK8 AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday, Juno 15th
Saturday, " 25th
Wednesday, July Gth
Saturday, " lGth
Wednesday " 27 th
Saturday, Aug. Gth
Wednesday, ' 17th
Saturday, ,... " 27th
f0T No Freight will bo received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
STMR. CLAUDINE '
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kuhu
lui, Huelo, Hana, Humou and Kipa
hulu, Maui, aud Puauhau, Hawaii,
Returning will arrive at Houolulu
every Sunday morning.
P No Freight will bo received
after 4 p. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must bo at tho lundingB
to receive their freight, as wo will not
hold oursolvetj responsible after such
freight has boon landed. While tho
Company will ueo duo diligence in
handling livo stock, wo declino to as
sume any responsibility in case of the
loss of same, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
tho caro of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, President.
8. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OAPT. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
I HAVE Four Fluo Itoslileiice Sites,
situated on llikoi sheet, for sale.
The Lots havo a fi Outage of !H feut on
Plikol street and uro 200 fet deep, are
nicely luld out In fruit and shade trees
and aio all covered with grass; water
laid on thioughout. Tho sitiiatlou of
these Lots uud the limited number muke
It necessary that Intending purchasers
should niaku early application to tho
uudei signed, fiom whom all particulars
can bo had. JAS. F. MOltGAN.
Picture Frames nmdu to
order from latent HtyleH of
moulding. Keiiovution of
old pictures it apeuiulty at
King Bros., Ilotel street.
Al" OPPBRTuIITY !
At tho request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. "W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
ter Coloring1, free of
Mr. Itow has. been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, ho
can teach his pupil just
what he -wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted tjiy instructors.
For further particulars
TUMBLE uNEWELRY !
WENNER & CO.,
Oldest Jewelry Establishment in
the Hawaiian Islands,
Beg to announce that fiom this date
they make a reduction of fiom
15 to 25 Percent !
On all Goods In their line. Every arti
cle will be marked In plniu
llguics at the
LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE I
W&F" Call and see for yourself, ""a
92 FORT STREET
Honolulu, May 31, 1892.
Notice to the Public !
Is still in existence at the old stand,
Lelco, and has been so since tho year
1855. I am picparcd to put up Soap at
the following prices:
$4.50 par Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs', in Bulk.
60 Cents each allowed for emptv con
tainers returned in good order.
BS?" Weight for weight no rival con
corn can supply as good au article for
tuo same prices.
B&T Tho only Practical Soap Boiler
in the Hawaiian Islands.
Fop Yokohama HonEkong.
The Al t$trauililii
"Yamashiro Maru ,"
Is due at this port on June 10th and will
leave for the above ports on or
figy For Freight or Passage, having
Biipouor uaum auu bicciago accommo
dations, apply to
Wm, G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
423 Jin Agents.
C Ea RBPL.E Vv
Office : Room 5, Sprockets' Block.
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs I Modern Buildings I
Complete plans aud specifications for
every desciiptlon of building. C'outiacta
drawn and caieful superintendence of
construction given whuu lequiicd. Cull
and examine nlans. apr '2!) ly
Island Shells aud Curios !
WIIOLF.8ALK and retull, cheap for
gash, at 101 Fort street, between
Killers' dry goods store aud Frauk
Geitz's shoo htoie.
85 tf T TANNATT.
Grapes For Sale !
GUAI'ES fresh from tho tree, six
pounds for $J, mo for salu at
427 tf Fort street.
I., THURSDAY EVENING,
Last Saturday's gamo bore out tho
statement made in this column a
week ngo wherein Thompson was
given the credit of winning tho game
from the Crescents in their contest
with the Unwaiis. Not oneo during
the gntrto did the boys show tho
slightest indication of quailing beforo
tho famous "grand stand players."
Comparing the work of tho two
clubs during tho practice period the
students were so far ahead of the
Crescents that the latter club did not
appear to have a chance of winning,
but from tho moment time was called
until tho game was closed the kids
were at it "hammer and tongs" and
excelled tho ex-champions in every
way. The Kumehamehas were far
below their average both at the bat
and in fielding, but had thoy played
very much better than they did the
Crescents would havo won the game
just the same, because their work
was superior to the students' in every
respect. Captain Palmu had a far
away look in his eyes and muffed the
ball ib ft maimer that would cause his
dismissal ffom a junior nine; Ma
huka, too, the students' pride, was
so rattled that he jumped from ono
position to another like a hen with
her head off. He was ready to be
lieve the trouble was Mcheula's pitch
ing until he went into the box and
found that the kids could hit him as
well as "tho other fellow." Meheula
recovered whatever laurels he lost as
a pitcher by his worK at tne oat,
when ho sent the ball over the leucc
and scored the only home run made
this season. lie crossed the plate
with a very open countenance and
received the congratulations of his
friends. Meheula will probably order
a larger cap than he has been accus
tomed to weariug.
Tho Crescents show an improve
ment in their Holding tactics, uud, if
it continues, this is the club tho older
players will want to keep their eves
on. One noticeable change in their
playing was putting men out nt sec
ond and third instead of dropping
tho runner who chanced to bo making
first. It strikes tho average crank
that it is best to put out the player
nearest homo, a point which tho
Crescents seem to have overlooked in
their zeal to retire a player. Thrum
in center field muffed a ball that
came to him in the first inning, aud
later in tho game ho gave fair exhibi
tions of tumbling. 1). Carter, the
new man at right, played a good
gamo aud should havo been put in
tho nine at the beginning of the sea
son and kept there. Ho showed him
self to be veiy good at the bat as
wel as in the field. Ilo is willing to
pructico aud should, bo given an op
portunity to play duiing tho remain
ing games. Angus and Soper could
each have scored runs had they not
stopped on the bases a second longer
than was neces9ury to consider tho
advisability of proceeding. . Tho
presence of a good coach to do the
thluking for tho runners would havo
assisted in adding several runs to
the score of the boys. The neatest
catch made during
the game wab by
Lionel Hurt nt
shoit, a position
which he guards
with great bkill.
Soper played (hot
in his ubual good
form; in one in
stance almoat lying
down to stop a low
bull tin own by 3rd
pulling the man
out. Lishinuu had
an off day so far ns opportunity
went, but was theio for business hud
1 it cuinc his way.
JUNE 0, 3892.
While lilt' sjiinio was interesting to
tho hpivlators Uiuru were little side-hIiow-
in the pn.ul aluml which nmter
puupto ho nont to citioy tho gntno.
Just why ihu mn:igur of tho grounds
should tolerate hisses nud cat calls
from :i lot of untlcrgrown men and
oveigrnwn hoys is a mystery. Ap
plntisju for a good play is not object
ed to by niiyniiu, but theio is a limit,
and when it goes beyond tho lino of
ordinuiy common sense it should bo
slopped. With tho exception of one
or two games last season, when some
of tho spectators used tin hornsas a
substitute for vocal chords, theio has
not boon an occasion this year wheio
the presence of someone in authority
was so much desired.
From present appearances there
will bo more horses start and bettor
races than have boon in Honolulu
for several years. The track is faster
than it over lias been and all races
have been filled with one exception,
the mile and ono half for native bred
horses. Owing to there being only
two entries the race will not tako
The traincis, riders and drivors of
the larger stables to be represented
on Saturday are as follows:
J. A. Cummins has for his tiainer
and first jockey Cal. Leonard, one of
tho best for tho work to bo found in
Iho kingdom. Frank Jones, his as
sistant, is tho joclay who piloted
Yum Yum to victory last year in two
races agaiubt a good field. Tho
second tiaiuer, John Brown, is well
known here as a man of good judg
ment in matters connected with the
lion. W. II. Cornwcll early in tho
season secured tho services of Mr.
Decker and to him is due the credit
of putting the Major's horses in ex
cellent condition. Slocuin will be
the jockey, and if he does not havo a
winning mount it will not be through
"Bro. Jonathan" will represent
Messrs. C. F. and A. Horner in the
management of Blitz. Mr. E. Miles
occasionally drops around the sta
bles and whispers tile owners may
have for their jockey a featherweight
from the wilds of Hawaii.
Mr. James Gay has Senntor Stan
ford and Lolokufani, looking the pic
tures of good condition. Lolokulani
defeated Surprise last year and will
compete with the crack horses on
Saturday. She has a sister for a
stable companion who the talent think
is "warm society." Mr. Gay lias
the stock to enable him to be a big
winner in tho events.
Mr. C. F. Horner has two addi
tions to his stable by the last steam
er. Joe Stacy, a sorrel stallion who
has been running at the Coast with
fast horses, and Alta Mca, a fine
specimen nud a possible winner.
The following are the horses by
stables now in training for Saturday's
Hon. .7. A. Cummins -Traveler,
Ivory, Queen L, Yum Yum, Hot
Hon. W. II. Cornwall Johnny
HaywanV Lord Brock, Waikapu
Maid, Billy C, Duke Amorino, Can't
A. Homer Rob Roy, Lucy, Good
A. Homer Lot Slocuin, Joe
Stacy, Alta Mca, Blitz.
Tom Hollinger Johnny Gold
smith. Dr. Rowat Josie R.
Mr. U-u Eloquence, Veracity
J. W. Gay Senator Stanford,
Special mention should be made of
Lord Brock, who is by far the hand
somest bit of horse flesh on the track.
Traveler, the old stand-hy, is still
very soro but will no doubt improve
Tho surgeon who so successfully
performed the operation of icinoving
Johnny Hnyward's left eyo assures
Major Cornwell that it can in no way
interfere with Iho racer's cliances
on the 11th:
The most exciting events of tho
day will bo the half-mile frco-for-ull ;
tho mile dush for Hawaiian bred
horses and tho free for all trot and
pace. If tho weather is good it will
bo the best day's sport the people
havo had for years. D. II.
Hurrah I Hurrah !
FOR JUME 1 1th.
IVr H N. "MnriiioHu"
1 A. l- . )
Corner Nuuanu & King Streets
Will. (1. bill i! (iHIIiHIJ
OI'HCll KOlt BAl.B
PARAFflKL I'Alhi Ctl S
COMPOUNDS dud KtuFJHG,
Felt Steam Pipo Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OHLANDT'B
Grade Chemical Cane fflauuie.
Fairbank Canning Cn.'s Cornet
Beef, 1 and 2 lb tins.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London &. Lanoashire Fire Ins. Co.
Assets, $4,3 1 7,052.
Thamos &. Mersey Marine Ens. Co ,
Assets, 56, 1 24,057.
New York Life Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
. H IRf IN & CO.,
Win. G. Irwin. ...President is Manager
Glaus Spicokols Vice-President
W. M. O If fard.... Secretary AiTreasuier
Thco. G. Poitcr Auditoi
AQKNT3 OF TIIK
Ul Muu t'rnnrlMCO. Col.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lite; Fire & Marine
Insurance Agents !
t AOKNTS POK
Hew England Mataal Lite Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Cc. of Hartford,
OK HAN KHANOIBCO, CAI.IKOUNIA,
C. BREWER &. CO.,
LIST OK OKKIOKUS:
J. O. Caitci Piesidout fc Manager
G. II, Itobcitson , Ti ensure.
K. F. ltlbhop , Keeretiin
W. F. Allen Auditoi
Hon. U. It. Uishop, 8. O. Allen,
For AloiiidingH, Frames,
PaHtelH, ArtotyjiuH, Plioto
tfruvurcs, ElcliintjH and
everything in Hie line of
picture, go to King Bros.,
60 OCNT8 PER MONTH $
BY AUTHORITY. "M
During tho process of deepening tho
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
Imrliot tho Dredger will bo in opera
tion Highland day. At night there
will ho ii danger signal placed on tho
forwuid derrick of Drtdgor about HO
feet ubovo eiu lovel, which can bo seen
by all vutbcla itppio.iching the harbor.
The signal codmiUh Red Red
of tlnco red lights
and n white light
as in the di.igniiu,
the icd lights being
about II foot apart
with thu white light
mi the center.
All steamers ciosing the b.ir will
slop at u safe distance from the Dred
ger and gio ono blunt of their whistle
which will bo aiibuorcd bj u single
blast fiom tho Dredger, to lie fol
low! d by three blasts fiom the Dredg
er ttlii-n lliu passage ib clear and they
can pi icuod.
Iho i'ug will be on h.md when not
utberwit-o engaged to assist bailing cr.ift
in passing the Dredger when neces
sary. C. N. S PENCE R,
Minister oT the Interior.
Intorioi Oilicc, Mai oh U, 1802.
i'ublic School Notice.
The Regular Annual Examinations
and Review's of Classes in the Public
Day Schools throughout the King
dom, will bo hold during tho week
that will end on FRIDAY, the 22d
of July next, and tho bummer vaca
tion will extend from that ditto to
MONDAY, the 12lh of September, on
which il.ito a now term will begin.
By order oi tho Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Oflicc of tho Board of Education,
Juno G, 1892.
d41 :it-21 3t
Any persons desirous of employ
ment under the Boaul of Education
cm bo examined by tho Inspector
General on application to him when
on tour. A regular examination will
bo hold in Honolulu, on MONDAY,
July 25th, and TUESDAY, July 2Gth,
at the Fort-slrcct School.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
Oilicc of the Rottid of Education,
Houolulu, Juno 0, 18'J2.
Ill :it-21 lit
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holdcis of waterprivilegcs.oi tho60
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that tho bonis for using water for
irrigation purpobes aro from G to 8
o'clock a. m., aud 4 to G o'clock 1 m.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Houolulu Water Works.
' C. N. Spenokr,
Minister of tho Interior.
SATURDAY, tho 11th day of June,
being thu Com nieinor.it ion of tho
llirihduy of Kaiuehainoha I., will bo
observed as a Public Holiday, and ull
Government Ollicos throughout tho
Kingdom will bo closed on that day.
O. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ollleo, Juno 3, 181)2.
i imping m
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
j - iiu anu aiier way ist,
'J.f 1802, tho New and Do-
Tjii slmblu .Modern Residence
in"of tlio uiulei-klirned. ou
Thiiibtou Avenue, containing Largo Par
lor, Dining Room, Couteivatory, Two
llcdiooms, Dressing Room with btatioii
ary Withstand and Cedar Wardrobe,
lluthroom wi'h l'atcut Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, Pantries,
China Closet uud Kitchen with New
Riiugo, Hot Water Roller uud all attach
Lingo uud convenient Stable on tho
piumisos containing two large bos-stalls,
carriage, hunie-s and feed rooms, aud
(ii omuls 20)x200, beautifully laid out
and touaecd. The view U unsurpassed
For further particulars see
W. Q. ASHLEY,
ytiG-tf O. R. & L, Co.'s Depot.
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