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NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Omen or tiik lliniin ok Khuovtion,
11um.ii.uu', April U, 1MU.
At n meeting of the lloaul of lMui'iitloti
held April 6, lS'i'l, It wns decided that 1 en
s mnblu lenvo of alienee may bo granted
on application to inch Teauhois n niaj
wish to visit tliu World's Valr nt Chicago.
'lcachcM must lltul suitable substitutes
(luring their absence. The tluio for the
l'cgnlar Summer Vacation will tomiuti
AI.ATAU T. ATKINSON,
lmpactor-General of School.
W DAILY BOLLE'uI
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1893.
Rumors aro again rifo that tho
tail is shaking itsolf furiously in the
i lTort to wag tho dog. It is a dou-ble-joiuted
tail tho annexation club
and tho hired militia.
A Bit of Comparative History.
In thu Star or tho Slh insl., Kt
publican makes tho abortion that
"thoro is corttiinly a much stronger
eiibo against Liliuokulaui than then
was against Juntos IT." As facts of
history quickly fade from uietnoiy,
not haps you would allow mo spnen
to take tho ca-o against James 11.
as it is summed up by Macaulay:
"Dining tlneo joars tho Xing had
been proof to all argument and all
entieaty. Every minister who had
dated to rait.0 his voice in favor of
tliu ci il and ecclesiastical constitu
tion of the lealtn had boon dis
graced. A Parliament eminently
loyal had ventured to protest geutlj
and respectfully against a iolation
of the fundatnoHtal la& of England,
and had been stonily reprimanded,
prorogued, and dissolved. Judge
after Judge had been stripped of
tho uruiiuo for declining to give de
cisions opposed to tho whole com
mon and statuto law. Tho most
respectable Cavalieis had been ex
cluded from all sham of tho govern
ment of their counties for refusing
to boh ay public libotties. Seoies of
clergymen had been deprived of
thoir livelihood for observing their
oaths. Prelates, to vhoe steadfast
fidelity tho King owed tho crown
which ho woto, had on thoir knees
besought him not to command them
to violate tliu laws of God and of
tho land. Their modest petition
had been treated as a seditious libel.
Tliev had been browbeaten, threat-
Mr. Davies's otToctivo reply to Mr.
Lathrop will bo found in this issue.
Its closing sentences will remove
ialso impressions as to tho position
assumed by Princess Kaiulani in tho
Fifty port-out of tho morning or
gan's report of tho Councils, with
half a column of editorial to boot,
is occupied with a squabble over
t uppony-ha'penny billets. Yet no
body wont into the ''movement" ex
cept for "good go eminent" and
tability under annexation! Bah!
In its guerilla campaign against
every person or institution that will
lot bend the kneo to its tin gods,
he Star panted a slur on St. Louis
Uollego for tho prohibition by its
management of the scholais' wear
ing annexation uauges. l- r. ..Mat
thias has been impelled to rebuke
this impertinence in the columns of
the Star itself, pointing out that all
party badges aro prohibited oil the
premises of tho institution. Any
body with tho sense of a little billy
goat will concede that such a l tile
for tho go eminent of a miscellane
ous school is only in accord with
common sense and common decen
cy, not to mention politeness.
The Star is oithor densely stupid,
or deeply dishonest, in its attitude
on tho question of the suu"rago and
of tho civil and political rights of
tho Hawaiian, under annexation. In
fact, annexation, in view of the pros
pects of certain early changes in our
political conditions can no longer
claim a place among the questions
of practical politics impending over
us. But, aside from that, wo would
again point out tho weakness in the
assumption of tho annexation organs
upon this point of Hawaiian suf
frage. Tho Star says of the Hawai
ian, "Annexation offers him equal
citizenship." It does nothing of the
kind. It offers him no citizenship
at all, while robbing him of that
which he has hitherto enjoyed. We
challenge the organs to point to any
pledge, on tho part of any person,
or body of men, authorized to take
action in tho premises, at all calcu
lated to assuro tho Hawaiian of any
political rights whateer, in case of
annexation. Tho only authentic
utterances upon this subject, up to
this date, aro those contained in the
Treaty which Mr. Harrison sent to
the Senate, and in the published ad
dresses and interviews of tho P. G.
Commissioners by whom that un
speakably bad document was signed
In all of those wo find no suggestion
of civil rights for tho native Hawai
ian. On the other hand thoy fairly
bristle with possibilities, probabili
ties, assertions and threats of a
general and exhaustive spoliation of
all thoso rights. If the Go eminent
orgaiiR allege that that treaty and
thoso lnouthings of tho Commis
sioners do not represent the policy
of tho Provisional Government, wo
can onl', in reply, repeat our already
oft-iterated suggestion that the P.
G. has not in any way, so far as the
public know, disclaimed or lopudi
atod either the treaty or tho niouth
ings of its infatuated and frothy
Commissioners. It is idle for tho
irroponsiblo and noii-ropresotitativo
"Annexation Club" to pass resolu
tions "conferring" tho ultimato right
of tho franchise upon Hnwaiiaus.
If tho present managers retain con
trol and carry thoir point, the ulti
mato right of tho uativo will bo
rasoguizod coincidontly with the
termination of human government
on oarth. The Hawaiian voter can
not, bo caught by such chair, or de
ceived by such dishonest arguments.
A bill to abolish capital punish
ment for murder has been rejected
by tho Connecticut Legislature, tho
vote standing 51 for the bill and 125
oned, imprisoned, prosecuted, and
had nanowly escapod utter ruin."
Can an j thing approaching the
above bo made out against Lihuoka
lani? When all the tirades that
ha o been issued against Her Maj
esty aro boiled down, tho rosiouiim
that is loft is this: 1 That tho
Queen, declining tooxorciso her pro
rogate e, did not refuse her signa
ture to the Opium and Lottery Bills,
tho formei of which had the support
of half of tho Brown-Jonos-Robin-son
Cabinet. If this non-iofusal was
an error, it was an error on tho side
of yielding to the popular will as
expiessed bj tho Legislative Assem
bly. To havo done otherwise would
have exposed her to denunciations
for shaming the piorogatho from
tho same paity that now pours out
its wrath on tho Queen for abstain
ing from its exercise. 2 That tho
Queen consulted her Ministers with
legaid to the piomulgaliou of a new
Constitution, and finding them op
posed to it issued a proclamation
signed by herself and her Ministers
that no steps would bo taken that
wero not in accordance with tho
Constitution of 1887. It max" be
confidently asserted that could
James 11. havo issued a similar pro
clamation to abide bv tho Constitu
tion of England, any time between
his aboitivo attempt to cross tho
Channel on December 11, lliSS, and
his final ilight on tho 22d, William
of Oiauge would nvo gono back to
Holland, and neer havo sat on tho
tin one of England. In instituting
a t'onip.uison between tho two cases
it must bo borne in mind that the
cuitailmeiit of tho Royal preroga
theisfar from being the principal
souico of the dissatisfaction which
tho most constitutional Sovereign
must feel with tho Constitution of
ISS7. 1 It was forced on tho coun
try at the point of tho bayonet. 2
The Supreme Court has been unable
to agree as to its interpretation.
.'3 The alteration it made in tho
fianchise was designed to increase
as far as possible the foreign vote
and curtail that of tho natives.
The limitation of the franchise
to those only who could read and
write was struck out to admit
tho Portuguese. Tho property
qualification for tho voto for Nobles
was set at a figure which the wages
of a huge number of foreign lunas
and teamsters then in the country
would reach, but the native earnings
fall below. -1 Not only was tho
Constitution of 1887 thus unfair to
the natives of tho soil, but, ly dis
franchising all Asiatics, it violated
the piovisions of a tieaty made be
tween Hawaii and Japan ,iu 1811.
How tho Legislature ol 18(.)2 could
have run its protiactod course with
out a single voice being raised to
call attention to tho demands of
Japan for the observance of her
treat rights, which lay on the table
of tho House in the Report of the
Minister of Foreign Ailajrs, passes
compiehensioii. It is evident that
until that pait of the Constitution
is amended, a gieat wrong remains
to bo rectified.
It must bo concluded, then, that
compared with tho unconstitutional
career of .lames 11., ending with his
abdication of the throne, Liliuoku
laui has given no cause for which
sho should lose the crown, which
sho has .surrendoied under appeal to
tho safe-keeping of tho United
Before laying down my pen, it
may bo inteiesling to puisne the
compaiisou fuither, and submit tho
history of tho Intel regnuin to bo
meditated on by tho l. G. and its
supporters. Tho most rovolutionaiy
Wing in December, 1(588, and Jan
uary, Kibi), noor dreamed of oor
th lowing tho monarchy oi England.
Whigs and To lies wore united in its
maintenance. William of Orange,
though established at St. James's
with his Dutch tioops, steadfastly
lefused to make any show of force,
or to assume the Crown of England
without tho declaiod will of the na
tion expiessed by the two Houses of
Parliament. And, finally, when (ho
ciown was otlored him, it was only
in conjunction with Mary, tho right
ful heir to a throne which Parlia
ineiit had declaied vacant. The
question of tho writer in tho Star
can now bo answered. England in
1088 !) took caio that hor sons
.should justify each stop taken in tho
eventful time. And if Hawaii in
lhitj would follow the piocodont so
wisely and cautiously furnished, not
till tfio Legislature mis declared tho
throne to be vacant, can Liliuoka
laui cease to lie regarded as Queou
of Hawaii. Am'jied Wilms.
Two Dacisioiia Jlondored uy tho Villi
Hattio K. Hiram has been ap
pointed by Judge Cooper as guar
dian of Flora K. Hiiatn, a minor,
under $100 bond. C. Brown for re
tiring guardian, p. Bolte; Charles
Creighton for Mih. Hiram, guardian.
Jttdgo Cooper has made an order
in the case of Ramos vs. Hamos, al
lowing tho mother to isit the child,
heretofore adjudged to remain in
custody of the father, on Mondays,
Thuisdays and Sundays for an hour
each day. It is said (lint the people
of the hottso wheie the child is kept
will on no account allow the woman
to enter their jnotnises.
Judge Whiting to-day refused
to giant the wilt of habeas corpus
to roleaso George Titcomb, who was
remanded to custody. Tho applica
tion was made on tho strength of a
clerical Haw in the mittimus com
mitting him to prison.
A VERDICT t'PSnT.
Tho Supremo Com t has rondoi ed
a unanimous decision, by Justice
Bickoiton, in the case of Talula L.
Haysoldon vs. Wahineaea (w), oject
mont. This case was first heard at
the October tot m, 1802, of tho Su
premo Court, when tho jury dis
agreed and woio discharged Tho
caso came on again for hearing at
the February term, 181).', of tho First
Ciicttit Court under tho Act to Re
organize tho Judiciary Department,
when the jury rendered a verdict
for the defendant. On the 23d of
Fobntaiy plaintiff by her attorney
filed a motion for a new trial on the
ground that tho verdict was con
trary to tho weight of evidence and
to the law as laid down in tho
chargo of tho Court. On the 28th
of the same month tho motion was
argued bofoio Judge Fiear. who had
piesided at the trial, and the Court
over-ruled tho motion. Tho matter
then came bofoio the Supreme
Court on a bill of exceptions to the
ruling of tho Court in having denied
The syllabus of tho decision now
rendered will explain the issue in
volved in the case. It is as follows:
"A devise of land by will was uncer
tain as to which of two lots, No. 2
and 3, was devised to A. defendant.
The purchaser of lot No. 2 sold it 111
years ago, desciibing it in tho deed
as tho lot purchased of A, and the
adjoining lot No. 3 as tho property
of B. Defendant theieaftur took
possession of lot No. 8. In an action
by the giautee of U to leemer pos
session of lot No. 3 of defendant,
there must bo moie evidence than
defendant's denial that sho executed
the deed of lot 2, to piovo estoppel
claimed as the eil'eet of her deed, as
showing her constitution of the de
vise The eidonco .showing that
the jury must hao acted in giving
their verdict for defendant through
bias or misunderstanding, the ver
dict is set aside and a now tnal or
deied." It appears thoio was posi
tio evidence that Wahineaea, tho
dofendant, did execute tho deed in
question, against which the jury ren
dered a verdict in hor favor on her
own unsupported denial.
C. W. Ashford for plaintiff; J. Na
wahi for dofendant.
Bo Dnoont as You Can.
Tho honor of (he Adioitisor man
(God savo tho mark) appears to bo
much toitured, which causes him to
bewail as follows: "Wo publish a
lottor this morning from tho pen of
Mr. McGowan which casts au illu
mination upon the methods employ
ed by tholistmakersof tko Hawaiian
Patriotic League which they will
enjoy. That tho most barefaced
frauds havo boon perpetrated in
making up thoso lists was obvious to
the most ingenuous, and that the
names had been inscribed not onby
of the sisters, cousins and aunts, but
of all their families down to tho
suckling infants." I am satisfied
that all of our best citizens will for
give thoso poor Hawaiian mothers
if, in their zeal to savo their country
from tho clutches of land pirates,
tluvy did write a half dozen names
of thoir own offspring on tho list to
savo their independence. But hold,
daio that would-be innocent lamb of
tho Advertiser, go before tho bar of
justice and placo his hand upon that
good book the Bible, of which I fear
no knows littlo, and take an oath
that thoro aro not far too many
names upon tho annexation list, that
havo no business there? Aro thero
not many names of tomisls, sailors
and othors upon that list, who aro
strangorsto tho country? Also aro
thoro not many names of innocents
fiom tho government schools and
Punahou, upon that list? And did
not tho good Parson Oleson of tho
Kamohamoha school, which was
founded and endowed by a Hawaiian
Princess, lead his Hawaiian pupils
up to tho slaughter to sigu away tho
independence of their country? And
again, how many signed that list not
willingly, but for fear of losing their
places? And why all this, if not for
tho purpose of deceiving tho good
Commissioner Blount? I sincoroly
hope tho Aiherlisor man will mond
his ways for the fuhne, and try and
steor his balk into the path of truth
and righteousness, that ho may bo
able to answci tho above truthfully,
and in tho cause of justice, by plac
ing "baiefaccd frauds" where they
belong. Hawaii Fouevur.
Hawaiian Harflware Co.. L'fl
In the matter of tho application
of Antonio F. Soreno for a w rtt of
mandamus against J. H. S. Kaleo,
District Magistrate of Hana, Maui,
tho Supremo Court lias rendered a
unanimous decision, by Chief Justice
Judd. The syllabus sots forth tho
caso and decision as follows:
"Petitioner was convicted in a
District Court of a misdemeanor
and fined. Ho paid tho costs and
his attorney stated in Court, 'Wo will
appeal,' and paid $1.10, tho costs of
tho certificate of appeal. No Court
was stated to which petitioner wish
ed to appeal. By .statuto appeals
must bo perfected in ton days after
judgment. After tho lapse ot twelve
dajs tho attorney wont to the magis
trate to havo his appeal completed.
Tho magistrate declined to grant
tho certificate and tho attorney 10
cehed back the $1.10 costs of certifi
cate. Hold, on this showing,' that
this Court is not authorized to order
tho magistiate to allow the appeal.
Rights lost by negligence of an at
torney cannot be restored by the
Court. Tho remedy is by action
against tho attorney."
The complaint is dismissed. C.
Cro'ghton for petitioner; Attorney-
General W. O. Smith for respond
Heie is an incident from the South
Mississippi, written in April, 1890,
just after the Grippe had visited that
country. "lam a farmer, one of
those who have to rise t arly and
work late. At the bcginniiitr of last
Winter I was on a trip to t.-e City
of Vicksbuig, Miss, .where I got well
drenched in a shower of rain. I
went home and was soon after seized
with a dry, hacking cough. This
grew worse every day, until I had
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon
who has since died, and he told me
to get a bottle of Boschee s German
Syrup. Meantime my cough grew
worse and wors- and then the Grippe
came along and I caught that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something. I
got two bottles of German S3'rup. I
began using them, and before taking
much of the second bottle, I was
entirely clear of the Cough that had
hung to me so long, the Grippe, and
all its bad effects. I felt tip-top and
have felt that way ever since."
Pctbr J. Brials, Jr. , Cayuga, Hines
Co., Miss. O
THE TWO PIECKS OV
Property with tho
Jiuildiugs thereon, situated
on Kim: street, anil nt nie-
sent occupied bv Messrs. S Now lein anil
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of J. U. Athorton; each of these pre
mises n:e bringing in an annual ii-ntnl of
0, and a line opportunity is hereby
ollered anjone who is deMious of owning
n nico comfortable home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
tow 11. For terms apply to
wn-tf JOlfN F. COL11UHX.
All kinds of Commercial Printing
promptly ejnouted ut low rates ut the
The Handel Lecture.
Mr. F. M. English's lecture on
Handel yesterday evening at Y. M.
C. A. hall was (ho core of a line
musical entertainment. The lec
turer givo an interesting sketch of
the career of the composoi, whom
Hatdn declaied was "the gieatesl of
us nil." Miss Dale took two num
bers, owing to the departure of Mi-s
Burgo-s lor the Coast. Hor first
was "Lascia oh' lo Piauga," fuuu
"Rinaldo," Mr. English accompany
ing on tho piano. The effort was
heartily applauded. Miss Dale's
own number, originally, was the
solo, "1 Know that Mv Redeemer
Lhoth," lrom tho ''Messiah." It
was tho great triumph of the even
ing. Miss lloppin played the piano
accompaniment, while Mr. English
assisted with soft strains on tho
cabinet oigan. Miss Hoppiu's piano
solo, "Harmonious Blacksmith," was
reudeied in delightful stlo. Mr.
English himsoli took tho place of
Mr. Wakofield, who was presented
from appearing in tho bass solo from
"Samson," entitled "Honor and
Arms." Tho lecturer proved he
could speak in nuiubois as well as
letters. Miss Dale was his accom
panist. Mr. Rose of the U. S. S.
Mohican gaio a violin solo in a mas
terly way. Mr, English recalled tho
fact that ho began his series of lec
tures on tho great composers two
and a half yon is ago. Ho shougly
aihocated oratorios us a periodical
exhibition of Honolulu's musical
talent. Musical circles will bo filled
with regret that this was a farewell
appeaiauco hero by Mr, English.
The Earth's Fair !
to in: him tjxdkk the auspices
Catholic Church of Hawaii
At "Eden fliovo," Kalihi-kal,
Saturday, 15tli inst
ritOM 9 A. M. TO 7 V. M.
An International Feast to bo given by tho
The United States vs. Hawaii.
An Elogiuit l.uneh will be set In Ame
rican si;, hi and the tables piesided over by
ladies who lnmv what good cooking Is,
and wlu will propaio dishes in a man-ier
to Milt the most fastidlouh.
A Genuine Hawaiian Feast
in whiih the succulent vonng pig will bo
son ed as the jncce lt tcitltnne cooked in ti
leaves, uudoigiouud. I'oud mil Hot with
hum, will be an im-sii-tablo side Uniio.
EuM-ythliigediblo known tothollawaiiann
will bo c.ueftilh piepui'd by elllcient
cooks and i-encd in true native stjle.
will be a fi-uinro long to bo roinoiiiberpd by
visiting tiiiiints and otlicia
tiubwribe or the Daily Bulletin, CO
ccntt per month.
aw olleu-d to ujthihitois of tho best pro
dui ts in lloaieultiuu, Agiioiilturo, Ha
waiian An. Kloriuultuio and lloiuo Itulo.
In tho hitler the committee asks for hiiu- I
ciiiiun of home-made bread, and a medal
in a haudxumo .Moioteo cno will be
awarded its a Hist prize. The niau.igeiH
nlbo oiler a prize for the best tieulinuii of
Home Production, I. e., tliu Fattest liahy.
All Exhibits to be Sold after tlie Fair
Saturday, April S, 1893.
There seems to be an idea
that Mr. Blount should call a
mass meeting in some con
venient corner of the city and
tell the people what .he knows
about the situation. It is
hardly probable that he will
take this step because it is
generally understood that he
doesn't know very much about
it but is here to find out. His
desire to "say nothing but saw
wood" is beginning to wear on
the public at large. So far as
getting anything out of Mr.
Blount goes the newspaper
correspondents have given it
up, but to keep in practice so
as to be ready when the Com
missioner is they take turns in
interviewing the statue of Ka
mehameha in front of the Gov
When the form of govern
ment is settled (and the time
is indefinite) the boom that
will follow the dull period is
sure to make up for the anx
ious fidgety hours the average
Honolulu man is now experi
encing. Every one who reads
the foreign papers remembers
the momentous question asked
in the United States durinir
Mr. Cleveland's first camp
aign, "What's the matter with
Grover?" A majority of the
people replied, "He's all
right!" It's about the same
with Mr. Blount. Whatever
happens a majority of the peo
ple in Hawaii nei will say
"He's all right."
Knives and forks go hand-in-hand
with you and us. Our
assortment of table cutlery
and silver plated ware is look
ed upon by dealers as the
standard of excellence, and is
the base from which the sup
plies of the people in the
group are drawn from. As to
style we are the leaders.
As to quality we know of
none better; the silverware
has a base of superior white
metal upon which are four
layers of the best silver, they
haven't the ring of the solid
article but in appearance they
bear a close resemblance.
The table cutlery is simply
superb, if the term may be
applied to knives, and is
made to cut. The handles are
of the sort that retain their
color and stay on,
We have a few more sets
of the pretty red and white
table glassware, cut or en
graved as you wish; very ele
gant for the price, which we
have made low enough to suit
anyone. For sideboard deco
ration the pieces surpass any
thing we have ever imported
except perhaps the genuine
By the "Mary Winkleman"
we received enough rope to
make a network over the
Island of Oahu or run a cable
from here to San Francisco.
We have all sizes in either
pure Manila or Duplex.
We haven't talked lamps
for a long time, so long that
your thoughts have drifted
away from the subject and you
have contented yourself with
the old one when you wanted
something better. Those we
offer you are, as usual, the
best; the burners vie with the
sun in giving light. The
burner is the first thing to
look after in selecting a
lamp; get one that will not be
a receptacle for all the dust
and dirt that accumulates from
the sweeping. In those we
have selectee1 for you is a
delightful combination of orna
ment and utility.
Oornor Xfort Sc Hotel Streets.
SPECIAL SALE IN
Trunks and Valises
for 10 Tj&r2T& onsri-rsr.
"WedLriesclet'sr,, -A-;pril S.p
And will Close Saturday, April 15th.
During this Snlo T will oflbr to the public one of tho Largest nnil
Best Selected Stock of Trunks and Vulises
ever seen in Honolulu
This sale will be n fine chance for thoso intending to
truvel this, summer, us you will find moat any style in tho shape
of a Trunk or Vtilise nt the TuMi-hi: op Fashion.
J- No (roods ill the above mentioned, line will "be
Sold to the Trade during the Sale !
no more than One Trunk
I nlso reserve tho right to soil
and One Valise to any one customer.
Corner Fori and Hotel Sts., -
Honolulu, H. I.
THEO. H. BAYIES & CO.
HAvr. .iv&t oriiNni) out a enoin; display ov
Etc. Etc. Etc.
I.AP.Gi: AbbOUTJirA'T OF
General Crockery and Glassware
French Center Rugs,
French Sofa. 12,-u.gs,
French Door I5ug3,
French Stair Carpets in Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
Sets" of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Basket Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Wooden Trunks.
TO CLEA11 OUT CONSIGNMENT
American & English Bicycles
PALO ALTO STABLES,
3SO O'lnaivroll St.,
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. F., Cal.
T15i:G TO ANNOUNCE '10 MY OLD
fiionds anil jii trolls, in tho Islands that
I have juiiclm-crt tho above fct.ililcs anil
iiiU'iiil to maintain its miuii'saku "Setoml
to Nono" Isteltiss. I.iverv Oiitlitnof uvit.v
dosou')tionalsoon hand. I 01 'ale: M.iti licit
Spaiih, I toad and Draft Ilorsei jiuaianu-od
as rcyiro-ented. Coiu'siioiidonce invited.
E. U. M1I.ES,
f-Oo-tf Proline tor.
By the Bark "H. Hackfold"
A NEW SUPPLY OK
Royal lliiwaiii Opera Hoiie
i. J. I.ovoy Lessee.
J. 1'. Knhalew al Stage Managei .
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Adaiitod foi tho Stage by tho Hawaii Pooi
Drwatic Co.. to bu mosenteil in Eng
lish by Native llawaiiunaon
THURSDAY EVENING, April 13,
Will bo liioduccd a Molo-drama in
Two Acts, entitled;
"The Lady : Twilight"
run sale uy
H. HAOKPELD & CO.
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
Can lin coiiMilu-il ut his usldoni'ii at lvn
lii ula, on tliu niaiiKa side of kin;: and Lw.i
i-ide of Llliha stiiet, Moii'O foinieil.N oimi
jili'il b. Mi (Ilo. L. Du-Iiu.
N-w Soenes I
3STew Costumes I
New Songs I
Will Vaccinale from Pure
cine Matter !
ttT Oi mi r 11 onus :
and lrom 'J to 5 i-, m.
Fiom fe to 10 , m.
FOH SALE CHEAP
1 " Cleveland " Bicycle
A Musical Interlude by the Company:
Ovi'itmo IhuMiiian National Hand
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
t'haiartois bj tho Com) my.
ftf? A Kit of I'calKtioKcimi'ry has lueii
siui uilly designed and painted for these
Prices as Usual 50c, 70c. & $1.00.
Door Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8.
F I)o Plan opi'ii at Lovey'n where
Tii'Kmi i an bo had for all jmrtH of the
FOR S ALE
TEIEJ ISTEJ'W- YAOHT
With Dinghv. hub Oak Kraiiio and rlitiicu
PlanMiig, Cooper riveted throughout.
Hails fast and is u htrong eomfortablo sea
boat. I'lin bo Intiiiccted at tho Healuni
limit House. Apply to
MT-Truliib will leai'o tho Oahu Hull
uay Station every hour from 0 a. m. until
noon ami every linlMiour fiuiu Uo'elouk
until 7 v. M. tiUO-'.'t
The Daily Bulletin h ddiveredTy
mrriert (or CO timt per month.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreokolu' Dlouk,
llllt Nenrlj Now.
at KIiik llms
1'. 0. Hox
OHAULUH I). WAl.lvIIU,
W, or ii. i:.
r awn Mownitb to i.irr uy tjh:
Xa iliij, weul, or mouth' Iteiialriiii;,
I m ri) a r tit ami Dealmi in
Oluaiiliiu and hhiirpelilni; done; Duplicate I ., , ,, , , . ,
rioeoHfiiruUht-dwhfiireijuireii. Machines Gent s, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
eauui lor (inn leiuriiuii. Alto, uopairint;
Harden Hom in fact, can do anything i
ucccsbiiry annum uie iioiibu or siauic.
iik up .Mutual 'ieiupiionu la'J.
81-tl N. If. Ill) HOKUM.
Has numivcd to Niuuinu ntrcct, "Fotlur'u
Work," opposite Meiclnuit atveut.