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LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tlio I.O.F. mooting was posl poncd
j till to-iuoriovv c oning.
Diamond Head, il p. in. Wufttliur
dear, wind fiesh northeast.
More, legtdiirs nie being enlisted
by the Provisional Govornmont.
Two untivos wore lined 1 each in
tlio District Com t this morning for
Mr. W. C. Wecilon has been ap
pointed deputy tax collector for
Tlio Red, While ami Blue club
meeting is postponed till to-morrow
The schooner Knuikoaottli brought
frovon lepers fiom Koluiln, Hawaii,
Tho Samnau dnncois will bo tlio
at ti act ion on tho anival of the S. S.
M.aiipoa houily cspoited.
Mnr&hnl 12. G. Hitchcock and vvifo
vvoic passengers by I he steamer Ki
niiu this morning I'mni llilo, Hawaii.
Someday last week a noise as of
ouo moving about was heaul in the
Deputy Mai shal's oilieo about mid
night. A milkmaid'b social is what tho Y.
W. U. T. U. promise their friend.?
for next onleitaiument two weeks
5 10 5 4S 0 17
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KNIVES, IN CELLS,
Ono l'rlconor Outs Himself ami An
othor Makos an Attempt.
Tour deserting Bailors from tho
whaling baik .lames inold, have
been confined in the Police- Station
for nearly a week awaiting the do- I
tiartuie of that osel for tlio Noith. '
The .rallies Arnold was to ieao to
day and piopaiations were made fot
the removal of the men on board.
At 10 o'clock Captain Kobeit I'm Iter
and anolher ollicor ealletl the men
out of their cells and began to put
handcuffs which had been sunt ftom
tho ship on them. Tluee had been
manacled when tho faint h, a Spani
ard, bioke away and tan into a cell.
An ollieei puisued tho sailor and.
when heenleied the cell, found him
j on the floor with a knife in hie loft
breast. The sailor was ondoavoting
i to slash the weapon across his
1 bioast. Tho ollieei giabbed the
I man's hand and took the knife from
Dr. Day was telephoned for and
I arriving at the Station immediately
i dieted the man's wound. The cut
I was oxi'i half an inch deep. The
1 iiMtumcut of the attempted suicide
was an old penknife The handle
I was vviapped around with black cot
I ton. Uiund.v was administered to
the sailor, who was votv weak when
the doctor anietl.
' While Di. Dav via-, attending tho
injuied sailor the othei sailors asked
the li.uulculW he taken oil
- . Hint tlio ii.nuiciiiis no taken
Tho Knjmond & hitcoml) ex- j them, as they weio too tight and
weio hurting their w lists. The le-
Last Quarter of tlio Moon nil the '1th nt 111.
4 mill, a in.
litnuWIiWtlo blows at 111 2?in lis) li in. of
Honolulu time, which U tliu siiniu as 121i. Oni.
0b. Of lileC'IlwlUl tlllK'.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 185)3.
cuisionists tot in net! from the Vol
cano 1)3- the steamer Kiiinu this
A SUICIDAL POLICY.
Evidoncos of Conscious Weakness on
tho Part ot tho Government.
In my Inst letter 1 drew attention
to the fact that the eoiiiluct of the
Piovisioual Govornineiit boio evi- J
denco of conscious weaknes. It i
liuist bo bouio in mind that stieuglh
and strong measures are most fie ,
quontlyin iuverbo ratio. Weakness '
seeksi to fortify itself with arbitrary ,
actions. The strong man .smiles at
his feeble adversary, oncoiu ages him I
to lenewed attack so that nisowul
"iiperiority and sti'-ngth may be the I
better dipla.H'd. If the Provisional '
Govornineiit felt satisfied of either j
of two positions it would not waslo
its time in nervous, vacillating, but
aibitraiy and oppressive enactments.
If it wero assiued of tho ultimate
suppoit of the United States, or if it
weio satisfied that the population of
(heso islands would ondorso its poli
i c, it might well alloid to pass by
with a smile tho offhand eiiticisin
of its emplojeos. This course of
Miinmary dismissal or old and elli
cieut ptiblic seivimts foi what is hu
i moiously styled "n want onojultj,"'
constitutes a painful exhibition ot
almost femiuino Miiilictieues.
I'ltero aie ciicunibtanci s which ag
giaate the cruelty of the case. If,
when Ihst the United States t loops
allowed the Piovisioual Government
to assume the control of public at
faiis, this Governniont hail come
foiward with a piogiammo of -uin-
marv dismissal oi all tuoo not open
Pi also of Mnrahul Hitchcock Dreams
of a Goldou Age.
Ililo feels ipnte honoicd in having
her good Shi rill, I). G. Hitchcock,,
promoted to Maihal of the Inlands, i
It is well merited, for ho is a live
man. He is of tho kind, "up bos
and nt V m thinks quick, acts
quick, see-, a point, don't take all
day to decide an important matter. I
And as inr ns v. know tn ie has not
a bottoi man filled this impoitanl '
position. Hope in time io hie him
promoted still higher, such men do- i
servo pruniotiiiu. J lope D puty
Williams, who has bi en pnu.iot d to
Sheriff, will be as acceptable. !
Ililo Hotel has Ix-autitiil inuoi
furiiituie which h.ts just in lived by
the In iu Liirline hum
Alo an estension twl
board for dining ii ot
will now accuinmodale II peisoiis.
The cooking at this hou-o i evcel
lent, as good as can be had anj
where. tiuil looms kept in be-t of or
Uor ami clean. The Coiiej House
is another well-kept house, giving
gouoial satisfaction. When we get
auiievatiuu Ililo will bo booming
ami the-e hotels will bo eioi.ded
with guests. Thorn will be lively
tunes, it is hoped. Tln-o ilull times
can onl bo done away with by a
change m government. Anyone who
ilocs not wisli ii clianijo must bo an
asro-w opESisr .t
N. S. SACHS
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers !
New Ribbons !
SI Latest Novelties in Children's Hats!
i.so v mi: a&soutmi:nt or
have held several
Wedmiw, April r.
Stmr Kinau from Maui anil ILavvaii
fetmr James Mukcc from K.iuui
Solir KaulkLiiouli from H.iinaUna
Wi hm sdv, Ajinl fi.
II S S lltolmril llusli, Hoojili, for San
Stiur Jamc MaKou for Ilanalti anil Hana-
ninulu at 4 n in
Btinr Kilauen liou for Xmt and Oloivnln,
at 4 p in
Schr Moi Waliino for Paanilo at I p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Solir Tliuikeaoiili 20o0 bays sugar.
Stms James MaKce 2-MJl bagi sugar, 100
bajjs rice, nnd 15 jiUgs sundries.
Stmr Kinau b"M) bags sugar, 1U2 bags
beans, ')! bags corn, iris bags potatoes,
14 bbis poi, I.! bills hides, J horses, 170
Co. No. 1 has been sup-
olicd with two leaden nine sliding
poles, which are placed neat the
St. Andiow's Church Association
promises a most pleasant timo to
members and iiting fiiends to
J. J. William-, photographer, and
his assistant, Charlock, aro in
town again. They have been taking
shots at Mndamo Tele.
From Kapaa, Kauai,
maisu, ami ju uteic.
From JIani anil Hnvvuii, per stmr Kinau,
April 5 From Volcano: Hon 0 I. Mac
Arthur and wife, D V Orally, H G Hovv
l.tnd, MNs A it 1'iatt, ISionson IJownul,
WHolbrook, MissO IlollnooK. Miss M G
Parker, Mrs M i: l'aulison, MIssG l'lavter,
Mis W II Mollat, H C Ljoii, J J Williams,
Vvr H Chailock. Prom vvav ports: Miss
Schlngetor, John Kenned, M lluisch, i: G
Hitchcock nnd v ifo, JIrs O 1 laukea and
servant, K Ilutton, It Cullender, A Gran
berg, wife and '1 children, .1 1 l'arkci, C V
i: IJove, Jack Sum, 11 A llucn, Kim Sing,
J HTuvlor, J K Miller und wife, J b Wal
kei and wife, Miss W M Ualdnln, I'll
Hajsoldcn, H II Makekuu, and "I deck.
Vessels in Poit.
H 1 J M h Xaniwa, Togo, fiom J.iji in
U b F b Mohican fiom fc.m Francisco
U b b Boston, Wilt-u, troni Hilo
Am 4-niasted seln ltoht Scarlcs, I'clt,
fiom Newcastle, " S V
Am lik L'cjlon, Lalhoiiu, frum ban Fian-
Qor bk II Hackfeld, Uilgeiloh, irom Liver
pool. Mis bkt Morning btai fiom Micronesia.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USb Hanger, fiom San Fiancisio
U b b Adams, from ban Finucisco
H 11 M b lljaeinthe fiom Ksiiuimalt
H 15 M S Itojnl Aitlmr from England
11 IS M S Temcraiio fiom Knglaud
Am bktne Iimgard from ban rr.inclscoduu
Am bktno Planter, Dow, fiom San Fian-
cisco, duo March 'Jl
Am Alice t'ooko fiom Xewt.istlo, X S W,
due March 2r
Am l-masti'd tcln Lvm.m I) Foster, Drjci,
from Newi.it.tle, X S W
Am 4-mastcd schr i'uuLui, Wniner, from
Kewiastlo. N K W
Am 4-iu King Cvius, fiom Xowcastlu, N S
W, Aj.ril ft-10
Am 1-m liktno Y U Hume, from New
castle, X bV, Am 11 :n-to
111 bk Giiimhorough, fiom Xeweastlc, XS
V, April 25-uU
Bk Lainonia, fiom Newcastle, N b NV,
April 2 -yo
UkAmy Turner, from ISostou, due Mav
Ur ship Honolulu from Newcastle, X S W
Ger bkt Amelia from Port 1'nw nsuiid
Thero are only thno war-vessels runiain
ing of tho ouce-formldablo uifaj of tloal
The four-masted hchooner Olga lins
docked at tho loot of Fort sticut wheio she
lb discharging her lonl.
Arrived Mareh 2r, htiur Likullko, from
Honolulu with foreign mails ; 2U, stun Ha
waii, fiom lliimukuu nous: 2!i. stmr Kl-
liuu,froui Honolulu; A pi II , Am J-musled
schr John G. North, X. 1 C'arcson, uiastur,
itailromi Co. Uonsigneos: b (j. Wilder A
Fo., It. it. Hind, T. 3, Knj, Haw. liailroud
Co., C. A. Cliupin, Knliala luluphonu Co.,
21 diiv'M fiom San Fianciscu to Hawaiian
und iluwi biigur Mill. Asnorted cargo
grain, groceries, stoio una plantation sup
plies; I, stun Kiuuii, frum ililo,
Bulled Maieh 25, stmr l.lkeliku, for Hu
nialaiu pints and Ililo with foreign malls;
'JU. stmr Hawaii, for Honolulu; 2), Mmr
Ktuuu, for Ililo, April I, stmr Kinau, for
Tho U. S. cutter Kichatd Uush,
Captain llooiiei, left for San Diego
tlii- afternoon. She did not cany
any mail fiom tho Tost Oflico.
Tho Hawaiian National Band
plajed into tho phonograph at the
Queou street Ai 111013- this morning.
There was a largo ciovvd outside
listening to (ho music.
In tho vvieslling matches yester
day evening W. Wilder and K. Na
kuina throw their respective oppon
ents. In tho final, aftet wic-thug
for 1 hour and 0 minutes, it was do
A native under tho weather in the
District Court this morning was
ordered by tho Magistiato to bo
locked up, as ho was making too
much noise. Tho man was chaiged
Mr. Fiank Ilustace, Chief Engi
neer of tho fins Dop.utment, has
supplied the diffeiont olliceis and
mombois with badges surmounted
by tho American eagle. The boys
have nothing but piaise for tho now
The diodgo will conclude tho
dealing aw ay of tlio bay near the
Pacific Mail 'wharf this mouth, in
timo to allow the uet China steainei
to dock theio. The diedo will
thou clear avvaj fifty fool below tho
There will probably bo another
tug-of-war match between thoPoitu
p;iieso and Hawaiian teams, as tlu
latter aio not satiiieii and will issue
a challenge. Tho J'oittiguoso team
will accept the match for a htako of
Js.AM) a side.
Mr. A. W. Keech, superintending
engineer of the intoi Island Steam
Navigation Co , has succeeded Mr. S.
J5. lioM) as a Ineiiiber of tho Boa id
of Fire Coinniissioner-i. Mr. IiO'O
icsigned the position on account of
its inteifoionco with his business;.
Mr. Makekau, delegate fiom the
Lahaina branch of the Hawaiian
Patriotic Leatruo, ai rived by tho
steamer Kinau this morning. Ho I
brought a petition containing over j
800 signatuies of votoia against an-'
novation, and for the independence
A private letter leceived by tho
Kinau this moiniiig states that
blanches of tho Hawaiian Patiiotic
Loaguo have been foimed all over
Hawaii. In Ililo over 1000 bigua
tuios of voters weio logistored; in
Kohala about 100, and in Puna over
fiOO, all against annexation.
Alo. Ciaig was tiied in the Dis
tiict Couit this moiniug 011 u charge
of assault and batten on a native
woman and a bpaniaid. Tho fiaeas
ocouried on Maunakea stieet last
night, and the complainants are
pretty badly used up. Judgment
losoivod until to-motiovv.
William Wilson, who stole twenty
seven watches bolonging to a Japan
ese, pleaded guilty to a chaigo of
larceny in the thud degree, but said
lie was diunk mid did not know
what ho was d ung, Ho was sen
tenced in the District Couit this
morning to si months' impiison
tnent at haul laboi ami to puytfl
line ami .i costs.
quest was complied with, and tho
police hniidcitus weio suit for. In
the meantime oik of tho three was
seen to make foi a distant pait of
tho eouidoi." An ullicer lollovvod in
time to catch him in tho. act of
opening the blade of a knife, with
the evident pmpn-o of committing
suicide. Tho weapon wa- taken fiom
him and handed ovei to Captain ,
Pievious to thi the ile-eilers had
stated to the police that the would j
rather die than submit to be taken '
on boaul the Jam 's Arnold. The
stated theii giievamo was that the '
weio biiitall iisod on the c&sel '
and tieated to eiv pool faie. At'
KkllO o'clock the tluee men weio put ,
in nous and escoited to the whaif.
wheio a boat awaittd them foi 1
ti.insDoitatiou on boaid. 1
It is the rule at the Station foi .
piisoueis to oe seaielieil heloio Do
ing locked up, and theii pockets
emptied of ovei v thing not necoisarv
to their peisonal comfoit. Nothiug
like a weapon is suppo-ed to bo lelt
on a piisonei'-, pet&on. Tiiat two
piisoueis sliould be found with
knives in the cells ought to lequiie
THErT OF CROWN JEWELS.
One of tho Royal Crowns of Hawaii
Stripped of Its Oinainouto.
Ono of tho crowns with which
King Kulnkmia and Queen Kapio
lani weio invested on Fobruai 12.
18S3, htu been mhhed ol all its jew
els. The ciovvu-, wore valued at
fr'itlOO e.ieh with their oinamonts.
About all that is loft of tho biokon
one is tho velvet cap. What is
known of the lobbniv is as follows:
When Majoi liohcifson ai lived at
the ollico ol the Chainbeilain on
Mond.i 11101 ning, la noticed that
some papeis and books had been
disauaiiired suae he had left them
lv 'uppoiting the revolution, thu 1 meotings at Hilo. Thev intend to
situation woulil nave been uiteiiigi-'
ble and consistent even if entailing
haidship on man tiied and titislcd
public men. After all to the victois 1
belong the spoils. But such was not
tlio case by any means. With the
exception of six persons mentioned
by name, all public olliceis wero re
quested to letain their posit ions sub- ,
ject, hovvevei, to tho condition of
swearing to suppoit tho Provisional
Govornineiit until it should make
way for something peiinanent.
That was in the Hush of victoiv.
In fact, 0111 lieroe.s felt heioic Win I
shouldn't the? Who could notat- j
fold to bo magnanimous when sup-'
polled b tho siienglhof the mighty '
Republic of the West? Hovvevei,
things did not seem to shape them
selves quite so leadily as our eon- I
sciipt Tut hois could have wished. ,
The Claudino saikd away with mili
tai hoiiois. She came back like a
thiol in tho night. And our com-
niissionoi-, iot 111 11 one by ouo, with
out oven a poliiunun to see them 1
homo. It is a pietty well-iecogmed
tact to-day that tho mono spent on
the Claudino was tin own awa; and 1
the whole incident is but a poor
guarantee foi the prudence of the
governniont, and is not fai lemoved
from the 1 idieulou.,.
Then came the hoisting of tho
Aineiican Hag. It was confidently !
asseiteu tn.it it woulil never come l
down. The twoiit-ono guns which
hailed its appcaiauco proclaimed to
the woild that annexation was pi.ie
tieallv a ''fait accompli.'' And at
the Wiltso ball gieat w:is the rejoic
ing and but few compliments lavish
ed on these poor little islands.
J2v en thing else was Jost sight of in
the glaio of approaching annexa
tion. Hovvevei, somehow, our fat hois
might have quoted Locksloy Hall,
lew Spring Dress Materials!
I W I lUFI'.I I) Ml s INS, Oltii W'DIIkS 1. CHAMHIIICS,
M V I 1.1. M II 1 1,-WOOI, ( HAlI.l.r.S, dark ground euects;
Will PI. .v. IMMS'l'lJ) I.lSnV ,v: IUISH I.AWKb,
MAV (Ol 10X I'OM.HFS .t COTTON CHAPES,
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
wi: havi: rnr, ykhy latkst ix
Laces, Embroideries & Trimming's!
and I lin;
comes hut imIoiii
;ci on the shun .'
cnculato a paper loi signatuies ask
ing that the Queen bo placed 011 the
thiono again. Those who clainoi
most for hoi rcMoiatiou have noth
ing to lose or gain. It is tho men
who own piopeity who wish a
change, and it must come, or the
islands busiiK's-. i-, dead. Uo-ilma-tion
of the Queen will onl have a
tendency to make l)ii-.iue-.s vvoiso. a
lelapse into the old stale of thing,
which means the fatluie of 111,111
now in business, which must eonu
sooner 01 lalei.
Theio will be a gathering of the
people at Court House. Hilo, on kh
niit., to foi in an Annexation Club.
At the Foieigu Church, Hilo, on
Thin-day evening, Match 2'.), there
was a ui enjoyable sociable. '1 lie
loiuists 111 town were piosout and
seemed to en jo them, elves well.
Evening occupied in chatting. Ite
fiesluiioiits weio fiiini-luil with
collee and chocolate 111 gieat piofu
sion. As usual How ei s weio plentiful.
Sailed March 27, bail; Haiv ester,
Capt. Johnson, for hmi I rauci-co.
Fieighl 17,101 bags sugar, 2,l2(),.")lXi
weight, 7 1,002.11 value; 177 simdi
packages value sJ.J.i.
Aimed Maicii ,'0, biig Luiline,
Capt. Chailes Matson, l."das from
ban Fianci co, with caigo gciiei.il
Auivod Apnl2,barkentine( 1 mast)
Chas. i' Ciockei, Capt. 11. C Lund.
11 dins from ban Diego, Cal.. in
ballast to load with sugai loi ban
Fiuiu isco. bhe ciiin-s ITiOO tons.
I J. A. M.
Ol the Agony
Of Those who Suffer from
ai-so a xr,v 1.0 r or Tin:
.jjeli se jlack Stockings
e .ire Absolutely " Color und will not froik they are pronounced
will tell you
it is the
20 lbs. W
idgr2" Vou siro respect
fully requested to call at
Our Store and get a Fkkk
Sampli: of the
011 the pievious Satiudav.
up a package 111 which ho
five ol his- deeoialioiis, ho
pu-ed to iind that the
taken bv someone.
lie called out to young Koso, his
clerk, who was in tho outer ollico,
that someone had been in the ollico
since the left it on Satunlav, and
that his decoiations weio missing.
Woboitsou and Uoso then went
into lue pin. He oinco. vvlicio 011 an
They waited and waited. Steamer
aitei steamer camo ami annexation 1
seemed as lar oil as ever, raise re
ports of the Australia being draped
Willi fl.i.r.. u it, . Tri'iiK im riMilriliwl linf
had been ti,(, Hawaiian lla was at tho fore.
Then comes tho Rush. Ure.it prepa
1 at ions wero made. Ameiicau H.ign
were distributed frceh. Such a dis
play of stais and stupes, the like of
which Honolulu had novel soon.
Nevertheless tho Hist act of tho
C'oinniissionei was to lovvei the only
ll:ir that moan! an t Innir. .mil to-l.'i
- o .''--'--oj .
,al 1 tho "old gloi" of Hawaii once 111010
gi aces the hall of mi unwilling and
uupatiiotie government. No won
dei, then, that the menibcis of that
government aio becoming spiteful.
They may call it ''picssiue fiom bo
low," but it is ;t suicidal policy,
lively man dismissed fiom othco be
comes a focus i.idiatiug tho heat of
deadly hostility to the government,
with what o licet time alone can
ollu e desk weio two gold 01 nlt
leaves vvhn'li Ifobeitsou iceo-rnicd
as belonging to the eiow lis. Kobei 1
win iiniiii dintely looked at the ease
whole the ciovvu- weie ki-pl, when
10 his siupi so he '-aw that it had
been opened. On opening it ltun
sell he loimd one of the 01 owns miss
ing. Ho immediate! P'poited the
Jaet to Col. Sopoi, and latei to Mi.
W. V. Allen.
It was lute in the afternoon, when
liobeitson and Col. J. 11. Fisher
weio ttilking tho maltoi over, that
1'ishei louud the ciovvn on the top
of a cupbo.iid in tho room 111 which
they weie silting.
The jewels had been taken out of
the ci own 011 the desk 011 which the
two loaves wore found. When Ro
beitson lepoited the fact of the
lobboiy ho was asked to keep it
Piior to last Sntiirdav and Snndav
nights it has not been cusloiuaiy to ! 'l't lo Pllt P
;iv n im.-inl nl.w.u iuiii hi lionsu lllllllljoin.
Palace building. On both those
nights mcmhois of tho Piovisioual
gu.ud occupied the building. The
1'alace was taken out ol Chainbei
lain liobert -oil's care a week ago, al
though it had boon occupiid and
gunided by the Piovisional Goveru
ment since tho lovolution, Thero
was a council ol war hold thero last
Sat 111 day night.
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Soothes, Heals, CUllV.S.
" - -
A ihinty new bool,, The Hab), hj the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her addrcs
.iul require only the addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
HOLLISTER & CO.,
THOMAS LrXMIMl & COA1PAISY,
73 Worrcn St., New York.
Sbrt Street, - - - Hon.olioli, H.
T. V. (Johusott-
8 ill .Ioii, C.il.
Proposal of a San Fiancisco Firm to
Put Up Stvoat Nninos and Niim-bers.
"Iliavc fur in ni jcinln-pii a y,w tiffi'ter
fromHUItori s.A liroa'.lntt out on iu inni-i
anilkv,tln, wi'iniovind vv'lli uiiiitliin anJ
sores, ili.i Iiiuhiiriill ilu niiir. ltili'iUciy
ni.m iiuillclii(t ami inoiill il plijsli ians f.ir
jmt neai. Imt riit:.t.ii-:lj- k: ni.r. I
liavo t.ilaii lmt three bottles of IIouil's H irs iji i-
0 II A S . Ii LT STAOE,
i.Mi'Oi:n:u axd di;ali:k in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
&3 ALWAYS ON HAND jCi
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
on a Dood Turin ol tho
My wifo was conlined to her hod
for over two jiiuutlis with a ver h0.
voro attack ot rheumatism. Wo
could got nothiug that would allord
her any relief, and as a last resent
yavo Uhiimboi Iain's Tain Halm a
trial. To our gieat Hiirpriso she be
gun to improve aftoi tho iiidt a))li
uation, and by using it legularly bhe
was boon able to got up and nttoiid
to hoiioo vvoik. li. 11. .lohiibon, of
(J. J. Kniithou & On., Kiiiibiiigtuu,
Minn, 50 cunt bottles for Halo by
all doalurri. Doiihoii, .Smith ii Co.,
Hguntu for thu llinvaiiau iBlauda.
Itfaktiwoli IMnutj-tion Duruiiifj No
Just leceived telephone message
to the ellect that .Makavveli Planta
tion is bnniiiif,'. The J'ue is in the
cane matiha of the mill. Fuillior
paiticularn unavailable fortius mail,
ua .steamer hails immediately.
Kapaa, April J, ls'.M.
The people on boaul the Mcniuur
lames Mnlteo weie oen to-day, but
did not Know anv thing of tho lire at
thu .Makavveli plautaUoii. Theio is
no connection at Kapaa by lole
phone, which accounts for thulr nut
liuviug heard the iiuwm.
ludgo (Joopoi has iiletl a deeision
for the defeutlauth in (Jhas. Wilco
vh. D. Keavveamahi and wile, bill in
eiiuity lor hpecilic peifoiinaiico.
I'iaiiitill claimed that a deed ho got
hoin dejendauti couvoved less land I
than they sold to linn.' The Couit
Jinds that the lend was tho hiuno as
bold, but the dood being defecjive
onlein a good auilhiilllcieiit one lilod
within live da.
Ah lluiu'b appeal fiom lutlgo
Whitiiig'n decn-iou, holding him i
aineiiablo to the Gaming Act of 1S80, ,
was aigiied and .-nliinilted befmu j
the .Supienie Court this inm ning, by
Atloiiio-tiiiueial .Smith for the
Uoveriuuent and llaituull and I'etei
bon loi the apjiell int.
The biiiiM'iui I'ouit in t oi in ad
joiiiuetl this moiniug till Kuttudu.
-r w " "
i Daily JIulMtn, o() vmts u muiiin,
i dflivtrril fre.
Ir. A. It. Dunbar, of A. It. Dtiu
bai A Co, dnoctor jnibhshors, San
Francisco, is in Honolulu, lie has
a piopoial to make tutho Govorn-
atu ei name', and
Jlis object is to
facilitate the comiul.it ion of a thoi-
ough directory of I lie city, which
hin lii in intends to puhli-ih falioilly.
A petition to the O iveiiimouL m be
ing generally si.ued today, to
giant Mr. Dunbai tho right to put
name signs on the -uoot coiuoisand
number-i on the huiies.
Tho plan to be followed is thus
btated by -Mr. Dunbar: The naino
of the sli eel will lie placed on the
iioithivoht and southeast corners of
each st loot intei-oction House-,
will bo unlabeled olio bundled to a
block, with oven iiuuibeis on one
side and odd on the othoi. The
btreot names will lm put up without
chaigo to the (Jiiverniiiont. Pio
peity ovviiois will not bo ehnigod
moro than one dollar for each hoitbo
Messis. Dunbar aio publihei0 of
diiectoiio-, ot .Sau Fi.iuetsco and
st vend ot hoi towns on the Coast.
Their proposal to make Mich ail
linpioveiueiil as that described, as a
pioliiuiuaiy to their making of a
tliioctoiy of t liia city, should bo
rlUi for rheum iliwi, nil li.u ilPilvwl kh nmcli
llCDClit fllllll It I'.l.lt bllO lUillllS i'ipki Is no
other inoillthio on caith. Wn vioiiUl imt bo
without It in tl.u lio'lsu if It cnits fjfi a liottlc."
1. VAiw.rv .Ioiinso-., San Jo-ic, t' il.
K. 11. r.c hiuc in pt Ilimil s n ip lrllla
Hood's PUl3i"-t o isilj. )i t pii)i!Hl iiml
tfllcluill), on tlio liver ami liuvviK U.rc.
I EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED
i n the ( n: uir ( ot i;r rou
L 1'irst t'iii'till In li . il it. In tin
X2 All Oiikis r.iithfiillj nttiiiik'il to.
-olleitfil ami jiickcnI with cue.
L1HC0LH BLOCK, King Street -
Biitlsfai-tloii gunrunU'ul. lblunu Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 372.
-I'. O. BOX U5.
REU, WHITE AND 13LUE.
ter of the Will of Mini i o'Siiliiviiu, ili1-icn-ul.
Tin' unili i-inni'l Kivts iiotii'i' thai
lie lias lii'on iippiiintcil Kvt'i ntoi of tliu hi-t
ill anil i Maini'in ol Maria D'hiillivnu,
late of Hiiiniliilii, ilieua-i ii, anil liolinchv
HiitilU -j nil I uilltois of Mini Maria u'tMilli
viin tu iiio-mit their n spi i tivo claims lulv
vuiilliif, 1 1 1 1 piopn Vimi hniN, Io lilm, ui
the xtoii' of K (). Hall iV. Nui, in llonoliilii.
within l iiioiitlih fiom tlii" ilatu, ol tlu'.v
will lio fu rover liurrid,
Altlt.MIAM I KltN'A.NIH.Z,
UmiuiIoi of tho Will ol Mima O'miIIImiii,
Dntid tliii Joth iii of Mini'li, lb'M.
TKCJ3 NE3W YAOI-IT
With l)iiili, Ini'OaU rriiiin and .spiihi
l'lauUmij. 1 opKir rlvi ted thr niliout.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMl'OlM'EKb ANI DnAl.EKS IN
Grroceries, Provisions and Feed.
Now (oods ltuculvod 1 Evur.v l'acl.ot from tlio llantorii StatoB and Eurojxi.
rui:&H OAi.ii-oitNiA l'itoDUui: uv eveuy stbameh.
All Onlurs falllifnlly attnilud to and Hoods delivered to nnj part of tlio City free.
Wand Oulors solicited. batisfactlon guarniitecil.
Elaat Corner Iort & ICJiik Streets,
mill. MKI.riMl OP Till. UIJ).
.1 him and llliu Aiiiicxalliili Ia-ii'iii', i j,mt Huiue.
Mllllllllll Oil Kir llll- UYCIIIIIL', nui n en
piiKtpi'iiid till 1U M)i:JtllV (IhiirMiaj)
.salU fast ami Ik a iH'"iin couifnrtnhlo mm
hoat. tan lie Ill-pi-Mul at the. Ikuihiin
.VIIMMl. Ai.nl lilt, nt 7.HHoVluk.iil
ItoliliiMiu Hall, oniimr ICIn and Nun tun
tu(ciilti( ul the
ittHtly uml promptly
CIlAHI.Uh I). WAblvEH,
llox in, or II. )'
nO ventt u month,
98 FORT STK.H3H1T.
ATI bit TAKINu Sl'OCIC Abb KINDS OK
Curtains hi White, Cream and Colored !
At half tliu former ict.
Velvet cSc Smyrna Piijigs
In nil olzesnrcutl) n-ilnieil
Yooleu Gooils in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost 1
ttf In faut vvn oiler Iiiiiiii'Iihu lUrulim In all J)up.irtiiu'Ut. KI
W Dreunuklnu Under llie Miutgoiutat ot 118a Z. OLASJL j&