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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM ANM) AFTER OCTOHER 1. 1W.
A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu. .0:16 8:15 IMS
Arrive Honoiiliull.Ti'JO 0:57 2:57
Leavolloiioilllull..7::;o 10:13 3M3
Arrlvu Honolulu.. 8 :3.j 11:55 1:55
l'EAM. OlTY LoCAI..
Leave Honolulu 5:10 ,..,
Arrive t'carl City 6:18j ...
Lcnvo l'carl 01ty..(!:55
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
LOCAli AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tlio police forco was not paid oir
Tim Govorinnout soliools will
Invnk up for Easier vnt'atiou this I
MEETING OF COUNCILS.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
I1Y C. J, LYONS.
p.m. a.m. u.m. a.m.
Mon. 11 fl SO 4 BO 10 (I 0 20 B 51 0 15 R HI
flH!8. 4 ('. SO 5 ffii 1(1 20 0 511 5 51 (I 1(1 !l :
Wed. 5 0 50 5 50 10 SO ii 50 B 50 (1 1(1 10 20
Tlllirs. 0 7 :t5 0 30 11 20, 4 10 5 49, 0 10 11 20
Fll. 71 8 50 7 o'li'io, 5 10 5 4r' (1 17 ....
hat. 8 II SO 11 0 1 20 5 40 5 47, 0 17 0 13
Sun. n 10 20 12 0 2 o 0 6 is u 17 l :)
Last Quarter of tlio Moon on the fltli at 111.
4 mln. 11. 111.
Time Whistle blows at 111. 2Sin, 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu timu, which Is the aamo as 12li. O111.
us. of Giceuwicli time.
THE DAILY BELBTIN.
MONDAY, APRIL 3, 185)3.
Siikiivy, April l!.
Stinr CInndine from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr MiUahala from Kauai
Monhay, April 3.
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, at days from
Am steam walcr oil" port
Momiy, April 3.
Am liktno Discovery, McNeill, for San
Stmr Waialealc for Lahaina and llama-
U--.kua at 4 i m
Stmr .lames Makco for Ksrpaa, I p m
"Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudine for Maui at ." p m
Stmr lvilaueu Hon for I'aaithau, Knkaiau
Stmr Lcliua for Hakalau, lloiiomu, Nun
und Olowalu 1 1 m
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku-
leia, KiihuUuand I'miiiluu.
Stmr W 0 Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Mikahaln for Kauai at 5 p m
Cargoes from. Island Forts.
Stmr Mikahala 3900 ba sugar, !) bundles
hides, 3 horses, 1 cow, 00 pkgs sun
dries. Stmr Claudine 5274 bags sugar, 200 bags
sand, 118 bags potatoes, 08 hides, 1
horse, 2 rollers, 25 head cattle, i)3 hogs,
118 pkgs sundries.
The P. (5. baud will give its regular
cunt'ort nl Eiiuna Square litis uvon-
Dr. M. Goto has taken an ollieo nl
Keoneula on Urn Palaina road. Sro
his card olsowhoro.
Diainond Head. 3 p. in. Went her
hnzy, wind fresh northeast; bark
Mauna Ala off port.
The barlumtino Discovery took
eighteen Jnpanoso passengers for
San Francisco this afternoon.
The regulnr monthly meeting of
the Pioneer Building and Loan As
sociation will take place this ovoning.
Mr. J. Mort Oat has been appoint
ed Postmnstor-Genoral in place of
Mr. Walter Hill, retired on account
of serious illness.
Five- arrests were made between
Saturday night and Monday morn
ing two for drunkenness and three
for opium smoking.
Tho saloons woro ordered closed
at 7 o'clock on Saturday night, con
sequently rumors of martial law wore
thick around town.
Tho Easter services in tho various
churches were attended by largo
congregations. In every case tho
music was exceptionally good.
Tho box plan for reserved seats
for tho first presentation of the his
torical play, "Lady of the Twilight"
opened at tlio otlico of L. J. Levey
Tho boom in Hawaiian postage
stamps has caused tho P. O. box de
livery to bo watched by urchins, who
beg people seen taking out letters
for tho stamps.
To-morrow being Tuesday in
Easter week, tho Second Congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
have a celebration of Holy Com
munion at S o'clock a. m.
Tho Crescent and Kamehameha
ball teams played an uninteresting
game on the League grounds on
Saturday. Tho Kams had a walk
over, tho score .standing 30 to 5.
Tho Portuguese and Hawaiian
tug-of-war teams will pull for the
lirst prize at the Armory tins ovou
iug. Tho pull between Portugal
and Germany will probably bo post
poned till Saturday night.
A delightful ovoning of inuic is
promised for Tue-day ovoning of
next week. Mr. F. M. English will
lecture on the life and music of
Handel with illustrations of tho
music, lie will bo assisted by the
best local talent.
There was not a large at tendance
at tho memorial service of tho Y. M.
C. A. yesterday evening. Tributes
were paid to the memory of Broth
ers Gurnoy, Bidwoll and Zeimwoldl,
who died within tho past 3'oar, and
tho service of praise consisted of ap
Laat Week's financial Statement
Trial of Editor Sheldon.
The Executive) mid
Councils of the Provisional Govern
ment met at 1:30 this afternoon.
Minister Porter desired to correct
tho minutes in one particular. Tho
motion to appoint a new Postmastor
Geueml was niailn after the report
of the' Judiciary Committee was
read, in which it was held to bo im
practicable to change tho law so as
to admit of the appointment of a
Deputy Postmaster General.
Minister Porter presented the fi
nancial statement for tho past week
On hand March 27
Receipt it nd sale
General expenses for week in
cluding -alarius for month
$l;!5,7S3 71 !
$ 17,000 00
$51 ,512 00
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, April
2 Albert Judd, Jr, Miss itatcholor. .Mrs L
Kuhlbaum, J K Farloy, Miss 11 Kaeo, Mrs
Kailikapu, and 77 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clau
dine, April 2 M H lteuter, S V Kaai, Mrs
losepa, Mrs W U Crook, Sister Jerome,
Sister Itonaventura, Miss Mav Baldwin, Ji
I) llaldwin, Mrs 10 Wallace, (' 1$ Wells, W
F Pogue, Sam Yick, Hoon Wo, Young
Leong, and 28 deck.
Vessels in Port.
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Jajian
U S F S Mohican from San Francisco
U S S Itoston, Wiltse, from Hilo
Am 4-niasted schr ltobt Searles, I'cltz,
from Nowcastlo, N H W
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fian-
Gor bk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liver
pool. Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia.
The twilight organ has got tho
kahuna craze. It has given Kalua,
a hula girl, tho title of leading ka
huna. It also says that Kalua had
performed rites on some leis pre
sented to Mrs. Blount. The kahuna
reporter is away otr, as Kalua is only
a "high-kicker" and knows no more
about tho black art than tho twilight
organ does about truth.
Tn tho wrestling tournament on
Saturday evening Willie Wilder do
feated James Lemon in l(i minutes,
James Spencer downed Chas. Koso
in 2.i seconds, Mnlina defeated Arm
strong in an unsatisfactory tusslo in
15 minutes, and Xakuina throw U. J.
Jones in 1 minutes. Tho different
bouts woro interesting. The pre
liminaries were a three-round set-to
between J. Slat t cry and Harry Juon
and an exhibition of club swinging
by E. J. Noreott of the U. S. S. Bos
ton. The winners will continue the
tournament to-morrow evening.
Available eah on hand April 3 $33,7(37 35
Treasury notes $51,000
P. M. tl.'s " llO.UOO $101,000 00
Treasiirv notes $0,000
P. M. (l".'s " 130,000 $130,000 00
Diuftiensiiry from P. S. 11.
Expenses l'rov. Uovt. to date
Paid during week
Paid to date Sec. 2 App. Pill
Outstanding bills See. 2
Total notices withdrawals P.
S. II. to date
Totnl deposits P. S. 11. to date $530,313 70
Notices maturing this date $2.,s20 00
Excess deposits over with
drawals past week $3 20
Cash mi hand P.S.P. this date $2,088 41
Silver in trcasurv to redeem
certificates $312,000 00
ltoad Hoard fund in treasury $18,000 00
Silver, siuidrv monevs over
due to (iovernment, about $81,000 00
Minister Porter also presented the
report of a meeting of tho Finance
Committeo to-day, at which it was
agreed that tho Post master-General
should have printed on all stamps
on hand the letters "l'rov. Uov. It
was ascertained that now
staiuns would cost from :
$20,000. and the change on the old
stamps would greatly increase tho
The committee also recommended
that C. P. laukea, secretary of the
Crown Land Commission, should
make a full statement of all crown
lands, and that the amount to the
credit of tho ciown lands in Bishop
& Co.'s bank bo taken up and do-
posited in tho treasury, and that tho
same he uono at the etui oi
The report was adopted.
Mr. Damon suggested that the ,
Board of Education and the Queen's i
Hospital should report regularly as i
to their respective funds. There was
.-sT)(),O0O in the safe of the Boaid of;
Education, or in bank in its name,
over which the Minister of Finance
had no control. The system had '
grown up lho.se many years with tho '
Secretary, who hail sole control of i
the-t'unii. The Seciotary was an
honest man, but it was not right .
that he should have so much money i
in his control. The speaker had '
called attention to this matter often. '
and intended to keep it agitated un
til it was rectified.
Tho case of John Sheldon, re
manded by the Supremo Court to
the custody of tho Marshal for con
tempt of tlio Councils, was called.
Aitorney-General Smith read the
Mr. C. Y. Ashford , appearing for
defendant, demanded specifications
of tho charge.
Tho Attorney-General hold that
tho charge was sullieioiitly explicit.
Mr. Ashford contended that tho
charge was too general, in citing
Mr. Wakefield sustained his credit
as an excellent baritone in the solo,
"Tho Yeoman's Wedding Song"
L'onititowsky -Miss Castle, accom
panist, He bowed his neknowlodg-
Advisorv incut of an enthusiastic encore.
. I ir'.. 1....1 !..-.! .. i.M! i" 1...
juss v.as' ii" leimuu'ii ,i .uiiiui-i uj
tho presently world-famous l'adrow
sky, which must have boon a delight
to all musical ears, ns it lost nothing
in the playing.
Miss Burgess sang Bellinghi's
"Perfumes of the Orient," Miss Cas
tlo accompanying, and was the reci
pient of Ji bouquot, besides having
to respond to an encore. The Ha
waiian National Band was received
with applause, as its stalwart mem
bers inarched up on tho platform to
give vocal solos and choruses, with
string accompaniment. 1 hoy gave
"Lei Ohaohn" ami "Mai Poina Oo
la'u." and, on being encored, "Aloha
Oe. Daniel Moo was tho soloist.
Tho National's music thrilled tho
Mr. L. Biirsotti, accompanied by
Prof. Borgor on the piano, sang "A
Pretty Girl," by Gomes, with classic
tlourish and responded to an encore.
Prof. Ordway gave one of his al
ways welcome banjo performances,
beginning with "Swauce Hivor" and
variations. On an encore ho ap
peared again in a mandolin and
piano duet with Miss Castlo as
pianist, which enthralled all hearers
with dulcet harmonics. Mr. W.
I Cuelho sang in fine, well-trained
voice, "lho blnp that (jarues Mo
Home," by Mitchol. Ho may al
ways count on a welcome "Hawaii
Ponoi," by the Ilui at tho close of
their solo and chorus previously
mentioned, closed tho entertainment.
Mortuary Report for Fobruary.
2 ? S ? F
r-. s 3 b 3 K
1 to 5 . .
C to 10 . .
10 to 20 . .
20 to 30
30 to 40 .
10 to 50 . .
50 to 00 .
Oil to 70 .
Over 70 .
, B re
3 3 I
c $ n
- r" r I
3(12120 10 I 3 3 it 2 5111
c.Mjfi: of iii:tii.
Abscess 2 Oatro Enteritis 1
Apoplexy 3 Ouiisbot Wouu Is 1
Accident 1 Heart PNease. .. 2
llrnnehitls 3 llemonhiige. 2
Hums 3 lullamination of
Ucriborl 1 Tliro.it ... . 1
Consumption ... 7 Inanition. . , 1
Dlitrrha-n 2 Old Ai?c il
Drowned 1 Paralysis . . . 1
Dropsy 1 Pneumonia. ... 3
Exhaustion 1 Pleurisy 1
COMl'AKVriVE MONTHLY MOUTXI.lrY.
Mar., 1880 43 Mar., 180.'. .. .48
Mar., 1800 71 .Mar., 1803 51
Mar., IhOl 03
Wards.. . l 2 3 1 5 Outside
Deaths.. . 4 12 It 12 7 2
Fine :. Easter :. Millinery
- 0STOW OFE3ST .A.T
N. S. SACHS'
Annual death rale per lOOO per iuouth.2H.00
All others 20.50
0. 11. Itr.YNOI.DS,
Agent Hoard of Health.
Scraps from tbo Daily Journal in
tlio Judiciary Department.
Ouoltiko vs. . W.Holt, on the
Supremo Court calendar a subinis-
dies for i sion of controversy under tho code
15,000 to ' has been referred to Justices Bicker-
ton and Froar and Mr. A. S. Hart
well for adjudication. C. W. Ash
ford for plaintiff; C. Brown for de
fendant. Tho mandamus caso against Dis
trict Judge Kaleo was continued
this morning till 10 o'clock to-morrow
Chas. Croighton has been substi
tuted as counsel for plaintiff, in
Sprockels v.-. Macfnrlane, for F. M.
every i Hatch during the hitter's absonco
; from the country.
T. Aon of Watluku petitions for
discharge from bankruptcy, and a
hearing appointed for Tuesday, 18th
Five civil and eight criminal cases
have been appealed in one batch
from the Honolulu District Court to
the Circuit Court.
Judge Cooper presides at Circuit
Chambers this week.
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
ALSO A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
New Spring Dress Materials!.
NEW FKHTUEI) MUSLINS, OHOANDIKS ,V CHAMllHICS,
NEW FRENCH ALL-WOOL UIA1LLES, dark ground cireets;
WHITE PRINTED LIN'EN .v. IRISH LAWNS,
NEW COTTON PONliEES ,fe COTTON CRAPES,
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST IN
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings!
ALSO A NEW LOT 01' THE
Adeline Black Stockings
Hon. Wm. S. Warner
Cordially Endorses Hood's
The Itcst Mood J'urijler.
u " v'"..'vj
publications in the lloloinua, where -vi, SJjfl-' KSiIL18S&i
thoro were nine columns of Hawai- lltfillPS ytF MfQBW'
ian and five of English, lie main- S&AjrF" pftlfrfosi
tained that his client had tho same W W
rights before tho Councils as in a V
colirt of justice. fF
Scries of Interesting Incidents in
Adapted for the Stage by the II vw.Ml I'iinoi
1)1!muic Co.. to be presented in Eng
lish by Native Hawaiians on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8tti,
Will bo produced a Melo-dratna in
Two Acts, entitled;
"The Lady; Twilight'
Now Scenes 1
Now Costumes I
IsTe-w Songs 1
A Musical Interlude by tho Company:
Overture Hawaiian Hand
8F" These are Ab
20 lbs. W
ntoilt oC7 for baby
I) I. HElHMfrtfEgaM'figgesgS8gg
Color and will not Crock they ore pronounced
Your doctor '"""y roquestud
will tell you Our Store und
itiBthc Samim.k of the
to call at
it a Fukk
Foreign Vessels Expected.
UBS Ranger, from San Kiancisco
U S S Adams, from San Pranci-eo
HUMS Hyacinthe from Esiiuiinalt
H II M S Royal Arthur from England
HUMS Temeraiiu from England
Am bktnc Iringard from San Francisco due
Am blctiiu Planter, Dow, from San Knin-
ci.seo, duo .March 'it
Am Alico Cooke from Newcastle, X S W,
duo March l'!5
Am 4-niasted Mihr Lyman 1) 1'oster, Dryer,
from NowcaHtlo.N H W
Am 1-nmsteil schr Piirituii, Warner, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am -l-in schr Olga, from Newcastle, N S W,
Am 4-in King C rus, from Newcastle, X S
W, April 6-l
Am -l-iii liktno W R Hume, from New
castle, X S W. April i"i-U
Br bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, X S
W, April -jr,-'M
111: Lamorna, from Xewcastlo, X S W,
Ilk Amy Turner, from lioston. due .May
lir ship Honolulu from Xewcastlo, X S W
Gor bkt Amelia from PortTownseud
Shake-up of Suspected Royalists in
As reported on
The American barkentlne Plfeuvcry, I),
MeXolU, sailed for ban Kiauclsco this
afternoon with the following shipment of
Hiigar: ill'.'S bagH, II. Hackluld i; t'o.; 700')
bags, C. iliowor A Co. ; loot) bags, T. II.
Duvics S: Co.; and Ortl li.igs, Castle V
Oooko. Domestic value, fUT.I-Mi.pJ.
Tho many cases of rheumatism
cured by Chamberlain's J'ain Balm
during tho past few mouths have
given tho people great confidence
in its curative proportion, and have
shown that there is one preparation
that can bo depended upon for that
painful and aggravating disease,
llonaliur Mros., Loraiu; Ohio, say:
"Mr. Moses Price, of this place, was
troubled with rheumatism for a long
time. Chamberlain's I'ain Halm ha-
cured him, Ho says that tlio Balm
has no oipial." h'or sale by all deal
ers, limibon, Smith iV Co., ageuln
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
rpilU WEEKLY IIULLETIN-'Ai
limns ol lllterestllie Readlnif Mailer.
lulaudu.Hi mulled to (orelKii conn tries, '.
Mehrten was dismiss
ed by Attorney-General Smith,
awaiting the return of Marshal
Hitchci.ck fiom Hilo, Hawaii. The
reason for his dismissal was probably
because ho wa- employed by tho old
administration, although ho was
admittedly a capable and ellieiont
ollicer. J. D. Marl in was appointed
to till the position temporarily until
tho Marshal's return.
During tlio morning tho force
was called together and asked
whether they would uphold tho
Government. They replied in the
nllirmativo with tho exception of
one outspoken fellow, who, said
ho would rather light for hi Queen.
Captain Max Schleuiiner reported
to Deputy .Marshal Brown that Lieu
tenant A! Alahaulii was inattentive
to his duty. The lieutenant was
promptly dismissed. Another rea
son given was that he couxoi.sed on
the public ft root with royalists. Tho
4atter ought to feel safe now, as the
police will not be allowed to speak
Deputy .Sheriff W. S. Wond of
liwa was'oidered to give up his com
Several other changes are antici
pated, but may nut mulct iuli'.c.
My wife wai conlined to her bed
for oer two months with n very se
vere attack of rheumatism. Wo
could get nothing that would all'oid
her any relief, ami as a iitht resori
gave Chiimberlaiu's I'ain Balm a
trial. To our great surprise she be
gan to impioin after the Hint appli
cation, and l, using it regularly she
win. mhiii able to gel up and attend
In house work. I'.. II. ilohiiMtu, of
(.'..I. KuuUou .V Co., Kensington,
Minn, fill cent bolt Ion for sale by
all dealers, Benson, Smith Co,,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
l'rosKlent Uole, alter lurl her argu
inont, decided that he was sitting in
lho capacity of a judge, with the
members of tho Councils present as I
a jury, and that tho defendant was '
entitled to specifications.
Tho Attornoy-Gi'iieral thou speci- I
tied two certain paragraphs in the
lloloinua as containing the passages
on which tho charge of contempt
was based. i
Mr. Ashford accoplod the speci
fications as given. I
Tho trial continued till !:!), when '
tho defendant was found guilty and
sent once was suspended.
H. M. H. ir. CONCERT.
Fair Turnout to a Musical Feast at
lion. WllUum S. Warner
Pond ilu m; Wis.
The following is fiotu ex-Congressman
Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by
nil who knowhlin:
"I can truly say that 1 consider Hood's Sarsa
parllla tho licit medicine for put K) lag tho blood.
It did me good when physicians and other medi
cines failed. It has Increase 1 my appetite and
seemed to lenow my jotilli. This Is absolutely
tiuc." W. S. WMtNiai, I'uiid I)u Lac, Vis.
- IS A
Hood'O Pills euro Constipation by restor
lug Hie peristaltic actlouot lho alliiiciituryvannL
The Hut Molo Hawaii
not been long before
r-.--. r - ..
on bat unlay ovoninu:. it lias in
these two appearances proved not
only its right to eist, but its claim j
on tho liberal patronage of the pub
lic. There was an audioii.'o of about
150 tit Kawaiahao church Saturday
ovoning. Announced to begin at
7:!t(), the concert did not start until
close on S o'clock. This is .i blunder
that should bo avoided in future.
Busy people and tired people do not
care to have a half hour of their
precious lime tlum taken from them
Miss Jfopjiiu opiiued tho music
with a piano solo, giving two selec-
lioiin in sprightly stylo-, unison s
"Galatea" and "The Chase" by
liheiiiberger. A tpitutid and chorus
from "The Bohemian Girl" Balfe,
was ghou by the liui, in which the
lino voices of Min.-os Burgos and
Noltn were features. The liui ap
peared again at the close id the con
ceit, in a solo and chorus from the
same opera, Miss Xolte having the
nolo in which she excelled herself in
exquisitely melodious trilling. There
were delightful orchestral neenipnni
meiil.s on both occasions.
Miss Mav Cummins sang St relit.
ky's "Wooing" wiry sweetly, accom
panied bv Mr. Barsollioii tho piano.
She receiw'da botupiot and respond
ed to a loud encore. Later Miss
Cuiiiuiiiin appealed in n ilunt -"Delightful,"
by Cauipana- with Mr. O.
Booth, Miss Canlo Catlo buing
piano accouipaniid and I'rof. U.
I. Ordway playing a violin obligato.
It was "delightful" in nature as well
as in name.
Building and Loan Association.
HUE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET-
ingwill be bell at the Clianilier ol
Commerce, MON'D.Y EVENING, April
!l, IS'.U, at 7:."0 o'clii. I..
Hereafter, for the convenience of those
who cannot intend the meetings, payments
will be icei-ived at III" rooms of thu Asso
elati.m AND THEUE OXLY, from I to 4
r. m. SATTKIAY.,.iud from I to ft o'clock
r. M, MON'OA S, prior to each meeting.
gtj P.iyiiuut- arc required 111 Gold.
Till.". E. LANSING,
TUB IsTElW YAOHT
Willi Dlngln. hasii.tk Erame and Spruce
Plaiil.ing,-Copper riveted throughout.
Halls fast nod Is a strong
boat. Can be Inspicted
llnat Hniisc, Appl) to
nt the lleiilaiii
CHARLIE I). WALKER,
I lux in, or 11,
! Wallair. at
Ill'illl I! IMI Dkm.i.ii
Gent's, Ladlts' and Children's Boots, Shoes
I Han lumoyud to Niuiaiui street, "I'tntur's
' IIIucU," opH)lto Muieliant street,
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters by the Company.
ffflr- A Set of Realistic Scenery has been
specially designed and painted for these
Prices as Usual-50c., 75c. & $1.00.
Ktt- Iiox Plan open at Levey's where
Tickets can bo had for all parts of the
NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
Close to the Railroad, below Mr. Waller's
llrcwcry, to bo held on
Saturday, April 15th,
PROM !):) A. M. TO 7 P. M.,
Under the management of Mas. Wli.cox
and Mas. Wai.i.i.ii, of Kulihi, ailed by
many White and Hawaiian Ladies.
Superintended by Ri:v. Fatiii'u Cixmii.nt,
for Clfurch Purposes.
3J -A. I JrC
Two Tables Foreign mid Hawaiian; Grub
lloxes; Riillle; Loisiuid KIowerTu-
bles: Ice t'reum and Candy
Tables; Scales; Etc.
HO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
Ono Pink 1-lag Table-Tickets M Cents.
Tho Hand of Si. Louis College will play
during the whole day several of their beau
tiful pieces to uialui of the occasion not
only a lucrative day, hut also a very enjoy
able ono for everyone.
i& Trains will run at Excursion Rates
fiom Honolulu and Moanalua lo the Pair
Grounds every half liour from !l ,. M. to 1
r. m.; every hour from 1 to fi i m.; every
half hour again from A to 7 r. m.
gW Tickets for the I.uuu mav bo had
any lime after Tuesday, March ltth.
MT Tickets for Trains (round trip),
only -ri cents, will be delivered at the Depot
on the two preceding days, April l.'ith and
N. II. The 'J.')c. Ticket gives right either
to the i"e. I.iiau Table, or to tlio Lunch
Table, or to the Ice Ore.im Table.
HAWAIIAN TAHLE: -Mrs. W. I.
cox mid Assistants.
FANCY TAIILE:-Mrs. T. A. 1
Mrs, Cooper, Mrs. .1. F. Moigiin and
I.UAP: -Mrs. Meek, Miss Wright mid
ICE CREAM and COE1T.E. Mrs. .1.
W. Mupoii'ild, .Mrs. Arthur McDowell and
the Missei. Mol.alu.
CANDY mid LEMONADE TAHLE:
Miss M. Tuck and lho Mlsi-ox 1'eiry.
GltAH HONES: -Miss Muy l.loid.
I.l'.lb TAP Lib -Mrs. .1. Alliiu and A
sUtiiuts. riCALEHi-.Miss Ediiu Lloyd.
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who semis her address
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of "Water to pre
pare it lor use.
Large Packages SO Cts
HOLLISTER & CO.,
THOMAS LEBMINQ & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
- Honolulu, H. I.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
Oummina1 Bloolc, Port Street.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OP VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY.
AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUR LINE OF SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
O-latit Nail Fullers, Lai-iat Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
.Awls and Tools, Qardon
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. IF1. ESIIjEK,S &c oo.
SB ir-OFZT STK.E3E3T.
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former cost.
Velvet Sc Smyrna P-uigs
In all sizes gieatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
KW- In fact we oiler Immense Hurguliw in nil Departments. -j
:T Dressmaking Under tho Manaooment ol MISS K. 0LARK. JJ
Vim Job I'rlntiny u( (he Ititllitin OjJUr,
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per month
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