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Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves 3c IT:Lx:t"u.res
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCHEN UTENSILS
Agate "Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GRAY and SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
"Water Closets, "Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos. 95 & 97 KING STREET.
OH AS.. HU STAGE,
IMPORTER AND DEALEU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
New Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
BOTH TELEPHONIC 10-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY".
Island Orders Solicited.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTEKB AND DEALEKS IN
Qrooeries, Provisions stnei Feed.
Now Goods Received by Every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
FREBU CALIFORNIA PKODUOE RY KVKKY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully uttunded to and Goods ilelivored to any part of the City free.
Island Orders solicited. (Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blast Corner Fort He ZCins Streets,
A SHIPMENT OP
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
POIt BALK 1IY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
AFIHST-OLABB FAMILY HATJIING ,
Reort at Walklkl, Tmiiiwir piiM
lu Htttu, Hin-ojal urrniiKeiiioiitd win liu
umdoufor Family l'ivulo mid KviuiIiik
llathlnu Parties, WWdf '
Steamer from San Francisco
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-P. 0. ROX 207
& Retail Grocers
-1. 0. ROX 115.
Oliia k lioa Firewood
At $8 Per Cord CASH
'JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.
Jiallu llullftln, fiO tent vumlh,
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NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
l'loe to tho ltiiiliTMil. below Mr. Waller's
llrcwery, to bo hold on
Wednesday, April 5th,
PROM J):TO A. M. TO 7 P. M., -
Under tho niauagomciit of Sin. Wilcox
nml Mil. Wu.l.iat, of Kulilil, aided by
many White and Hawaiian Ladies.
Kuperintuiiclcct by Uf.v. Patiii.h Oixmknt,
for Chuioh Purpo-es.
Two Tables Foreign nml Hawaiian; Grab
Uoxox; ltiilllu; Luis nml Flower Ta
bles: Ice ('renin nml Candy
Tables; Scales; Etc.
HO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
g Tablo Tickets 50 Cents.
The Hand of St. Louis College will play
during the hole day several of their beau
tiful piece-; and the Sunday School Choir
of Father Clement will sing some of their
best songs, all to mako of the occasion not
only u luerativo day, hut also a very enjoy
able one for everyone.
ESF Trains will run at Kxcursion Rates
from Honolulu and Moanalna to the Fair
Grounds eveiy half hour from 0 A. t. to 1
r. M.J every hour from 1 to ft l'. M. ; every
half hour again from 6 to 7 i m.
ggf Tickets for tlio Luau may be had
any time after Tuesday, March 14tli.
gff- Tickets for Trains (round trip),
only 'J.i cents, will be, delivered at the Depot
on the two preceding days, April 3d and
The names of all the Ladies who will
please take charge of tlio dill'crcnt Tables
of the Fair and Luau will be published as
soon as they are well known. GT.Vtd
Royal Hawaiian Opera House
L. 3. Levey
.1. P. Kahalewai
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Adapted for the Stage by the Hawaii Ponoi
UiiVMATie Co., to be "presented in Eng
lish by Native Hawaiians on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8th,
Will be produced a Melo-drama in
Two Acts, entitled;
"The Lady Z Twilight"
ISTe-uv Scenes I
Ne-w Costumes I
IsTow Songs I
A Musical Interlude by the Company:
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters by the Company.
Sf A Set of Itealistic Scenery has been
specially designed and painted" for these
Prices as Usual 50c, 75c. & $1.00.
Vtk Rox Plan open at Levey's whoic
Tickets can he had for all parts of the
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Muible Faun:
" Women bo they of what earthlv rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, have
always some liltle handiwurk ready to till
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is lumiliar to the lingers of them all.
Aiiieen, no doubt, plies it on occasion; the
woman poet can use it us adroitly as her
pen; tho woman's eye, that has di-covcred
a new star, tuins from its glory to send the
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hum of her kerchief, or to dam a casual
fray in her dress. And they have greatly
the advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, the continually operating in
llueuees of which do so much for the health
of tho character, and carry oil' what would
otherwise he a dangerous accumulation of
moriiui sunslDlllty. A vast ileal ol uuiiiau
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stretching from t lie throne to tho wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while you ply tlio needle,
have you over rellected on tho vicissitudos
of life? See to it that your husbands pro
vide for the future weliuro of their families
by at once applviug for a Policy in tlio
tfQl'lTAULli LIFE ASHUJiANCK SO
CIETY of the Culled States. No more
suitable gift could he oll'med to you.
BRUCE & A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands
Equituhlu Life Assurance Society of tho
H. L, MINER, D, Y. S.,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICII: IIOTKL STAIILIIS.
ol ili'i: llnuu;
h to id a. m,; i::;u to ;i;;:n r. i.
19 ItiMiHCM'i;: With Dr. F. L. Miner,
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention,
llegs to iiolify the public that he luln re-
eeivuil per h. b. "Munuwiil" all
Elegant Ai ortiiieut of
Ladles', Children's & Gent's
Boots ff4 Shoes
(Coiittnurd from hi Pope.)
riylits uwlor tho monarchy, and
they would bo oxtvomoly foolish if
thoy gnvo those rights up without
boing sure of getting something hot
ter. The civil rights of tlio pooplo
wore protected under tho monarchy.
Lot us soo whether thoy wore to bo
bettor protected, or protected at all.
under tlio proposed change Thoy
all knew Unit anuesiition was in tho
air lioro and in the United States,
but let them examine tho different
kinds of annexation proposed. Tlio
fundamental principle of tho United
Slates Constitution was that of gov
ernment by tlio people, or the peo
ple and for tho people, that tlio ma
jority shall rule ami tho minority
shall not rule. But it was very ovi
dont thoso having tho matter in
hand did not intend that Hawaii
should enter tho Union as a Stale,
or in an' way that would give tho
people of Hawaii tlio right to govern
themselves. Tlio Provisional Gov
ernment wero silent as to tho moans
proposed, but their Commissioners
sent to Washington wero not silent.
From tho timo they landed in San
Francisco their jaws wont wagging
incessantly, and tho burden of thoir
story was that tho kanakas should
not have a voice, that thoy wero not
fit to have a voice in tlio government
of their country. Thoy t-aid tho ka
naka did not know what ho wanted,
aud that ho didn't caro what ho
wanted, and that it didn't mattor
much what ho wanted anyhow. It
was evident from tho meeting that
night that tho Hawaiians wore slan
dered whon represented as not ear
ing what became of thorn. Thoir
opinions wero going to bo consult
ed, as would bo proved whon
tho Commissioners appointed by
President Cleveland arrived hero.
The' all road tho newspapers
and know that tho Commissioners
wore instructed to get a great man'
things for this country, including
the keeping of tho Crown lands, and
that tho country should be governed
by residents of long standing. But
when they got there they put their
names to a treaty giving awa- every
thing in sight every loot of laud,
every horse, pick and shovel to tho
United States, leaving tlio native
Hawaiian an outcast in his own
country and a beggar. They agreed
to a treaty that allows us to bo gov
erned by anybody from Maine whore
Mr. Stevens canto from or by a cow
boy from Texas. If they meant any
thing better why didn't thoy put it
in tho treaty? Hawaii was represent
ed as a child adopted by a kind
mothor, who was sure of gotting
good treatment. But if any of those
present were going to adopt a child
thoy would have its intended stj-lo
of treatment in the adoption papers.
The way the question was evaded in
tho treaty was calculated to make
the Hawaiian sa- to his would-be
foster mother, "Ah, you are trying
to got the bulge on mo!" (Laughter).
Whether wo were to have annexation
or not a question witli which this
League had nothing to do; mako
up your minds yourselves wo must
bo alive to tho necessity of seeing
that wo have our civil rights,
self-government, homo rulo. (Ap
plause.) It might bo that an
nexation was coming whether wo
wanted it or not, but tlio people
should show the world that thoy aro
able to keop still under difficulties,
and that thoy will observe tho law
whether thoj like it or not. Ladies
and gentlemen, I thank j-oti for your
attention and give you my hearty
aloha. (Cries of "Aloha" and ap
plause.) Mit. Ciias. CimiaiiTON on rising said
it was tho dut' as well as tho right
of ovory man to .speak at this time.
Tho question was whether tho peo
ple of this country wore to bo treat
ed as Digger Indians or wero to have
their time-honored rights of solf
govonnnent. It was tho duty of
every man to protest against Mr.
Thurston and his treaty. Does Mr.
Thurston carry you in his vest
pocket, to give you away to China,
Japan or tlio united States as ho
pleases? (Loud cries of "No" and
laughter.) Mr. Thurston and Mr.
Carter go to Washington represent
ing eighteen persons hero out of
10,000 peoplo, and propose to givo
tho country away as they please.
Thoy agree on a treaty with their
great and good friend Mr. Harrison,
who has been ignoininiously iired b'
tho pooplo of tho United States, and
Grovor Cleveland among all tho
great men of tho United Stales tho
greatest put in his place. And Mr.
Cleveland lias rejected that treaty
-Mr. Thurston shoved on Mr. Harri
son. Now 1 think you ought to givo
llireo cheers for your friend G rover
Cleveland. (Loud cheering,) Every
innu in this country '20 years of ago
has a right to vote for tlio rulon, of
the land, aud although President
Dole is a good man ho should bo
voted for in the ballot box before ho
has the right to rulo over tho peo
plo, Does Mr. Thurston or Mr.
Cartor represent you whon ho barters
away your freedom? (Cries of "No!
No! ') Wo liavo to respect the gov
ernment, wnou a moiner I alios a
spoonful of castor oil and oilers to
givo hor boy a dose and ho says,
"I won't take it," she tells him, "You
must or I'll whip you." Tlio boy
says, "Well, you are bigger than mo,
and I'll have to take it," In our
case tho United States is the mother,
tho I'. G. is the oil, and Hawaii is
the boy. (Laughter.) Show tho
United Slates Commissioners, when
they coino, by a mass mooting of
10,000, that we don't want annexa
tion of the Thurston kind. (Cheers.)
Xow give three eheein for the Civil
Uighth League, for freedom anil
home rule) (Loud and prolonged
.Mn. U'isa spoke in Hawaiian with
out iutorpiotnliou, He said that
whet Iter 1(10,1 had their government
restored or not, they must be pre
pared to look after their civil rigid s.
1'lieir present troubles woio biouglit
about by poimms who boasted of
their biaiiis. It had been his advice
to Iheiu to wait for a mm constitu
tion', but iiiktead the counsol of per
sons who deemed thouiselvits wise
ineii prevailed. Hawaiian should
remain in n pntiont and poacoful
at t kudo, ns thoy had dono during
theso trying mouths, relying on tho
justness and fairness of tho United
Tho band played nnothor selection
and dismissed tho vast assembly
with "Hawaii Ponoi."
Tho Shirt Maker's BovonRo.
Hold your orders for Johnson Is coming
Tho shirt maker is on the wav
Look out for his whiskers for'thovaro leak
ing Till you hear what he has to say.
Respect to Johnson the binder justly paid
And noblo shirt lnakor houoied his JohloH
Rut whence- this being? that a iiiuuo so
Should join with Johnson tho shirt man,
on a tomb ho scuu.
This Johnson would better far proclaim,
To future ages humble his job lots name,
Johnson and shirt maker had been well
Tho city collector and the city bard.
Now import all your so called shirt makers
To take my honest living away If you can
1 came to these Islands to work like a man
Here will I stay in spito of vour teeth
For all kinds of shirt will 1 nuke to look
"last but not least."
I do all tho shirt cutting that is
dono at my place of business aud in
case tho shirts don't givo entire satis
faction I will alter them, mako now
shirts or refund tlio money. All
shirts that I make will bo kept in
repair for 2 years freo of charge
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho American Shirt Maker.
Booms to lot
with board at Hani-
Boot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco bj Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort stroet,
above Hotol. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telophouo 082.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 aud 61 Hotol
street. Lodging by da', week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and S1.25 a week.
Prof. P. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Hesidonoo, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE AI STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
roll THE AIIOVi: I'OKT ON
Wednesday, March 29th,
The undersigned are now prepared to
i--iio Through Tickets from this city to all
points in tho United State.-..
For further particulars regarding Freight
or Passage apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
GSl-Gt General Agents.
Ten Homesteads !
FOR SALE !
rpiIEKE Altn TKN C300D SIZEHOME
X steads on tho Waikiki road between
Hon. ('has. T".. Hopkins' premises and Mr.
Macfarlane's premi-es. These Lots aro tho
best unsold Lots in the city, being part of
tho-o premises formerly owned by U. W.
Deeds at the expenso of
Teims are easy.
W For further particulars apply to
"WILLIAM C. AOH1.
Honolulu, March -JM, 18!. (l2-tf
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co., (L'd), held this
day, the following Olllcers and Directors
were elected for tho ensuing year:
W. It. Godfrey
J. Ena . ...
. .. Vice-President,
W. 11. McLean
.1. L. McLean Treasurer,
T. W. 1 lohron Auditor.
lio.vni) or liiuurroiis:
W. U. Godfrey, .1. Ena, G. N. Wilcox
W. O. Hiiiitli, F. A. Hehacfcr.
W. II. MoLEAN.
Becrotary I. l.H. N. Go.
I., March 21, lb!i:j.
Exocutor'a Notico to Creditors.
IN THE OIUOUIT COOKT FOK THE
X First Circuit. In Probate. In tho mut
ter of the tVHI of Maria O'Bullivan, de
ceased. The undersigned gives notice that
lie has been appointed Kxecutor of the
last Will and Testament of Maria O'bitlli.
van, late of Honolulu, dcci-a-cd, aud he
hereby notifies all Creditors of said Maria
('(Sullivan to present their respective
cl.ii'ii duly vermeil, with proper vouchers,
to Inn., at the stme of E. (I. Hall ,V Hon, In
Honolulu, within six mouths fiom this
date, or the will be forever barred.
Executor of the Will of Maria O'Hiilllvan,
Dated this M dav (if March, IMi'l.
Kor Local Kvwh
fl'a leu (ho
Tio Dully Jlulteil,, 7 dvltivml
vafctcri fur 60 cml per month,
BOOK &-JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
FINE JOB WORK IN COLORS
Etc, Etc, Etc., Etc
In Fact Any thing in the Printing Line I
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JMT ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY -U
Island, per annum,
Foreign, per annum,
new invoices of
Honolulu, H. I.