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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FltOM AND Al'TEH OCTOBER 1. 1892.
LOCJAL AMD GENERAL NEWS.
Two Chinoso woro arrostod last
night for having opium pills in possesion.
Leave Honolulu. .0:16
Anlvo Honolulu. .8:3."
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Vruu. City Local.
I.cavo llonuliilii 5:103 ...
Arrive l'ourl City G:4H ...
Leave l'cnrl Cily..U:55
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
fltunliiyt i : pled, t Saturdays only.
is r t.irday t'::ccptod.
TI DAILY BULLBTffl.
Tilt' 1 IS i) AY, APRIL 20, ISO!).
Tho P. G. band played yostorday
nftornoon for tho doloctntion of tho
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
clear; wind, fresh northeast. Schooner
Luka otl Diamond Head.
A heavy shower of rain fell all over
tho island of Kauai on Tuesday and
continued throughout the day.
R. I. Lillio ofiora for salo a family
oarriago horso, phaeton, covorod
brnlco and imported Jersoy cow.
A bier nilo of opium smoking out
fits was reduced (o ashos in tho
Polico Station yard this morning.
It will bo ten years ago on May 1st
next when tho throttle of tho tug
Eluti was first opened in San Fran
cisco. Nishialca, a Japaueso, was fined 5
by Magistrate Foster this morning,
for furious and huodlcss driving yes
terday. This ovoning a meeting of tho
Second Congregation will -bo hold,
for business of vital importance to
Two Chinoso opium fiends woro
Hontonced to pay Still fine each in tho
District Court this morning for "hit
ting tho pipe."'
Expulsion of the Japanese Mur
derer from Refuge on
Rot Surrendered to tho Authorities hut
Tlioy Got lilm All the Same.
Tm.n-iA, April -0.
Stinv Iwultiiii fivm Kauai
SttiU'.Iiinti'i Miilee from Knuiil
Simr Widalenle from Huuukiu
Slmr Hawaii li-oin lluiu.ikua
Tiimisiiay, April i!0.
Alii sclir AlieuCutiltc, Pcnhallow, for Sun
Am 4.inatud sclir Olga, Ipsen, for San
Btmr Kuala for Waianae, Wainlua, Moku-
lcia, at !) a m
Ktmr Jaa Mul:eo for Kapaa at 4 p m
A native took (its in
bundled downstairs, wlu-io
while ho revived.
Tho Raymond & Whileoiub tour
ists intend paying a visit to tho
Queen Dowager at her Waikiki resi
dence this afternoon.
CavKoos from Island Forts.
Stiur Jas Makcc 2350 bags sugar and 0
Stiur Iwul.uii US31 bags sugar and 10 pkgs
Stiar Waialesile :WU bags sugar.
From Kauai per stmr Iwalani, April 20
Mm V Knudsen, D Graham, Win Howie,
Mr Wolf, Mi-s Sorcnson, Mrs O S Key, M
J Perroira, JI tlonsalvcs and 3 deck.
This ovoning's entertainment by
tho Y's promises to afford pleasant
diversion. Many novel features will
bo introduced. Don't miss it.
Miss Amy Holland of Auckland,
N. Z., a cousin of Mr. Chas. Croigh
ton, is tho guest, of Mr. and Mrs.
Croighton at Makiki, to remain hero
about six weeks.
Tho U. S. cruiser Uoston Is coaling to
day. The steamer W. G. Hall will bo due from
windward ports to-morrow afternoon.
The steamer Polo will bo along from
Makawcli this evening. She left at 7:30
o'clock yesterday evening.
The steamer Waialcale arrived from
Hauamaulu, Kauri, this morning with
3214 bags sugar. She will leave for Laha
ina and Hamakua on Saturday morning.
Tho four-masted schooner Olga, Ipsen
maHter, hailed for San Francisco tills after
noon with 12,02'J bags sugar, weighing
80GX tons, and valued at i53,r92. Ship
ments wore a follows: W. G, Irwin & Co,.
11,354 bap-; .1. T. W., 1575 bags.
The Latest From Hawaii.
A special meeting of stockholders
of tho Waiohinu Agricultural and
Grazing Co. will bo hold at tho oiBco
of W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd, Wednes
day, May 3, at 11 a. m.
To-morrow at 10 o'clock a special
salo of merchandise will bo hold by
L. J. Levey at his salesrooms. It
will bo a good chanco to replenish
household supplies or retailers'
Tho steam launch from the U. S.
S. Mohican stirred up a bog from
tho bottom of the harbor near tho
boat landing yesterday morning.
The bag was caught in tho propeller
and gave somo trouble to get rid
Commissioner Blount has landed
in Hawaii and has been welcomed by
the whole people of every shade of
politics. Wo are told, however, that the
nnnexationisiH are buiicd anu uiscon
tented because the American Govern
uient h.ih choMjn to conduct its nego-tiationr-
fur the acquisition of a king
dom with a degieo of deliberation
appro v bin,; lint which an individual
would bunt' to tins purchase of u fifty
fiMit town 1 ii. We believe in annexa
tion, hut ii 'Ii.- CovcrnniPiit that
(illVis ii iv. : i to i; is not established
firmly cuiii'..;li in be able to maintain
ilsult while ,i', examine the title lo
the jiiuperiy ii pioptis-Ob lo li-.uii-fur it
might 1' wi 11 fur it t-i let the iiogo
liatioiia lie I'uiii'luded by a Mrongur
When tin- i-..ltitim iitl Inokc out.
WC UHl' lulil ill.lt lUllo.vS WO hllltpSKd
up i he il.iiWK .it 'ii.ee they would lull
to Knvrhui'l. 'I'luit w.is alpiini on its--fun-,
ami ni'w Miiii.-U'r Widciiouc
huts put .m iiiiifial ijiiietn.- on the
theory b I'.ijiiij!:
"Ejid.iii.l (in.-, not w,ml the i.jl-
oruls, and i- mill n't accept them if
they wci ollijcd. 'I he tieaty liu
Iwcn 'in ut lliit.iiu, Pram c and Ha
waii pr huh oi en the po'.-ibiliiy of
huch a. U in '
T!i'' 'it ' .' ; ''-i ii" MViner oc
jjaii lo l.iro its tenors, th.iu the phan
tom of Japanese aggression arose to
take its place. And, indeed, Japan's
action hut. been very vigorous, her in
terests in Hawaii :ue enormous, and
she mijdit n-.idily undertako togdn
posscssii n of tho country if there
wore nut two or three insupeiablo
obstacles in the way, chief among
which is the fact that the United
States would never lot her (o it. As
it is, Minister Fugii emphatically re
"The j-eiiort that Japan wants the
inlands is Hiiij f.ibricatiop, i wpijul
be nonsense for Japan toasBipno con
trol so far from home."
As Portugal and China are out of
tho question, and no other power has
Iluwaiian intorobts remotely compur
able to tltoHii of the yi)jtei) atatoe, the
proepert.s cf foreign aggrcaaion ap
pear to be remote. There ja one
Japanese bleji, however, which may
hijyo iiilher herious confequences.
The QoverniiHiit of Hawai Is parried
PU Jurgely by tho votes of fojejgn
subject, .niil tin Japan has an old
treaty gu ti-.iileeing her people tho
(Winn rv ih ". i;r.inled lo l'..fuo of
the m -t i..-i.rcd 'nation, Kbudmrp"'5
thatlui l'" i i- T. the iblunds ho
nlloivcd . -k. if thiii dmiiand be
concedid I hi- J.ipani'BO will be able lo
outvote all t-lln r foreigiu'is and hold
He liiiluiK'ii ot poyer.
fiiill the fact lcmaJHs tlptt lie
United St .let- in Hie paiainount power
Chargos Specials Kamaua and. If abu
lia with Accepting Bribes.
An oiiyolopo containing tho fol
lowing letter was picked un this
morning and handed to Captain
Schlemmer, and later turned ovor to
Marshal Hitchcock. Tho envelope
was addressed "Gentleman, City,"
and was presumably written by a
Chinaman. Tho detectives named
Kamana and Makaila aro spocial
polico. They wero discharged by
Marshal Wilson for tho samo com
plaint as mado by the lottopi
"Honolulu, April 18, 1893.
"Tho V. d. is worth nothing.
Marshal of JCiugdom is high, Attorney-General
is highest. Can't
ec-o so long, and allowed so many
native detective out among China
town, so that, depend on them to
make mouej , always light on re
venge. Called on gamester or opium
dons every night or day, if it is
caught, money paid, lut go, if not
arrest in tin sam- lime, no more
udk. Oil. it m high time to stop
th.il.. if not. bad enough .v laugh
tnniauu ii '.he li"ao )
licaders of the Bulletin will re
member that a Japanese prisoner
named lunula Yasaka escaped from
llio pi won gang employed on the'
quarantine wharf on Wednesday,
March lo. and swain over to the
Japanese cruiser Naniva, anchored in
the naval row. The man was convict
ed of minder in the Hccolid degice sit
the December term of the Heeonil
Judicial Circuit held at Lahaiua, and
was sentenced to twenty-one ycaiV
imprisonment at hard labor.
Yasaka had killed a lVllowcnunlry
inan at Wuihee, Maui. Under lii-t-cntcm.-e
he whh cun-igned to the
Oiilui 1'ii-Kiii tn eerie hiK long term.
After hit- ose.ipo on b'nrd the Naniva
the Provisional Govt foment cent a
request to Captain Toga to de
liver up the prisoner, but. ail the satis
liiction obtained in response was that
the matter would be referred lo the
Yesterda-y evening rumors came lo
the ears of the police authorities that
Yasaka was to be turned loobc on Ha
waiian soil some lime to-day, but ex
actly where ho would land I hey were
not informed. Consequently early
this morning Captains Schlemmer
and Juen of the force were on the
lookout along the city front to bo
ready for action if the rumor proved
true. Tho officers, who were dressed
in civilians' clothe.?, had an inkling
that tho man would land at the Ewa
end of the harbor, near the 0. It &
L. Co.'s wharf, as that waB tho likeli
est place for him to be put ashore.
At 10 o'clock the officers noticed a
boat painted black, with a passenger
sitting in tho Btern, pulling toward
tho railway wharf. They went round
and as i hoy approached the end of
the wharf from the Ewa side they saw
a Japanese walking toward I hem.
When the officers came near they
grabbed the Japanese, their plain
clothes putting him ofT his guard.
Not knowing who they were the Jap
asked his captors what they wanted.
The disguised officers told him that
they would tell him by and by, and
advibcd him to go along peaceably.
The Jap was marched along be
tween the officers for tome distancp,
wlien he suspected that hp was again
a prisoner, and mado several breaks
to get away. At Ihe station Hie Jap
was identified us Imada Yasaka, the
escaped prisoner, and waB eafely de
posited behind the bars.
Yaiaka has been at. liberty, enjoy
ing the hospitality of Japanese terri
tory on the cruiser, thirty-six days.
He was captured at 10:20 o'clock.
Tho boat jn whjph he was landed did
not belong lo the Jap.mcbe cruiser.
It appears that the Japanese Diplo
matic Agent and Coiisul-Geiicral re
ceived instructions by mail on Tijcet
day lo "expel" the refugee murderer
from lb'.1 Naniva. The order was not
lo deliver tho convict up to t0 Pro
visional Government, or lo extradite
him under the fornix in Mich cases
unuli. .iimI iroviibd, but to ;el him
from (be asylum U'it h li(
fuiiiiil on h:-. ciiiititi s w.tMinp. ,
This o:d-r twin j.iriied out at
the thin- uicmiiiiiL-d, and nub !b
ifi'iilU liMJ-t unwelcome lo the ciin.i
nul .dxivc leported. itc.ik:i Will ,
informed him ho was In no. way ro
sponsiblo for tho cloth.
Vico-Prosident Damon (having
taken tho chair on tho President be
ing called away) rocommondod that
tho military committee draw up a
plan of business to bo .sjubmittod lo
noxt mooting. ""
Minister Smith suggested that
communications from tho military
committee should bo transmitted by.
tho Seoretar' to tho Foreign offico.
An Act to amend tho laws relat
ing to intornal taxes was road a sec
ond time. It simply amends the re
pealing clause of tho tax law of 1892.
Au Act rolating to public instruc
tion. This bill ro-onacts tho tru
ancy lnw repoaled by a clorical orror
at t lie Session oi iyz.
An Act to provont stoatn coasting
vessels of ovor 250 tons from carry
ing lopors. This also re-onacts a
law ropoalcd by mistake Passed.
An Act to repeal Chap. 19, Session
Laws of 1892, imposing an intornal
revenue tax on playing cards.
Mr. Wntorhouso movod that tho
bill bo indefinitely postponed. Leave
all laws not necessary for tho objocts
of this Govornmont for a Govern
ment under a sottlod state of affairs.
Mr. Emmoluth, while opposed to
unnocossary making of now lnws, bo
lioved iu romouyiiiK whatever
wrongs thoy found. Whilo regular
dealors woro handicapped in tho sale
of playing cams, saloons woro im
porting earth for thoir own uso with
out paying tax.
Minister Smith said tho law must
either bo enforced or become a dead
lettor. It was contrary to tho spirit
of tho reciprocity treaty, and, if not
ropealcd, it would bo opou for this
country to violate tho treaty indi
rectly through internal rovonuolaws.
Mr. Brown concurred in tho ne
cessity for tho bill. The law if not
repoaled might iuvolvo tho Govern
ment in suits for damages.
Tho bill passed.
Minister Smith related tho facts
regarding tho recapture of the Jap
anese murderer who escaped on
board tho Japanoso warship. Tho
eourso taken by the Japaueso ropro
soutativosj iu landing 'him without
surrendering him, was takou in tho
absence of an extradition troaty. It
was not intended to prosecute tho
convict' for adding to his sontouce,
but when ho was sent out to work a
ball and chain would bo attached to
Mr. Wilder was appointed on tho
military committoo m placo of Mr.
JV'r. Allen was appointed on the
foreign relations committee in place
of Mr. A. Brown, resigned.
Mr. Allen reported a complaint
from Joseph Paakaula, into whoso
house a bullet from a guard's riHe
penetrated, claiming that the dam
age was ipfiO, which he wanted the
Government to pay,
President Dole (who had returned)
referred the matter to Mr. Allen urn a
committco to ascertain tho proper
damagciJ. He thought the Govern
ment was liable for the proper dam
Mr. Emmcluth thought that to
lecognize such a claim would be hard
on the guards, as Ihe surrondingd of
the posts wcrp so thickly built it
would be almost impossible to fire a
shot without hitting a house.
President Dole Bitid thp guard.
would not be liable, Ipithc considered
tin' Govcrnnicnt rospomuble for the
protection of property ami life.
Mr. Damon said a former Govern
ment had paid damages for injury to
buildings from the Firing done at th,e
insurrection of 18Q.
Mr. Emmehitii reported lo the
Council the conduct of Mr. Kaulu
kou, in going about telling stories of
secret meetings of the Council, at
which lists of !VHii08 of people lo he
deported were discussed.
The meeting adjourned at i) o'oloek.
NO WORD OF 11E0ALL.
BtiU Ooneul-Qonoral Pratt Wanto to
Oo to tho Hawaiian Islands.
"I hnvo received no order of recall
from the Provisional Government of
Hawaii," said Consul-Goneral F. S.
Pratt in auswor to tho report that
such a lottor had boon, sent from
Honolulu bv the Australia. "Such a
lottor would not havo surprised me,
however, as I havo been expecting it
for somo time.
"My present intention is to leave
for Honolulu by tho Australia noxt
week, turning over my olllco to Vice
Consul Mnhono or tc; someone else
I may designate, until somebody is
selected for tho post. This is not
because of any letters or instructions
that havo boon sont mo by tho Pro
visional Government, but for the
reason that I believe 1 can bo of
more service to tho country by being
in Honolulu. The present form of
government caunot last, and I want
to bo on tho ground when a change
"Turn mo out? I will be moro
likely to go down to Honolulu and
turn them out. I may go down
thoro and become President of tho
Hawaiian republic 1"
"Do you anticipate a chango in
govornmont to a republic or the re
turn of tho monarchy to power?"
"it seoms to mo that ono oi three
things must como to pass. Either
tho monarchy must bo restored as it
was, tho restoration of tho monarchy
with a protectorate, or a republic.
What I want is a stable government,
ouo under which tho rights of all
tho peoplo will bo assured. These
rights aro not assured to us under
tho Provisional Government.
"Tho presont Government is doing
many things that seom strange to
mo. Orders havo been given mo to
registor no moro vessels under tho
Hawaiian flag, and through the en
forcement of that order tho rovonuos
of tho islauds have been materially
"When annexation was first pro
posed vessel owners showed a disposi
tion to rogistor under Hawaiian laws,
and thus bo admitted to American
register if tho islands became a part
of tho United States. I havo had moro
than a dozen applications for regis
ter from vessol owners flying tho
Mexican, tho Guatemalan and tho
British flags, all of which 1 havo had
to rofuse. Under tho laws of Hawaii
1 percent of tho appraised valuation
of a vessol is charged for rogUtoriug
and afterwards tasos aro assessed
and collected on tho vessels. Ono of
tho ships which would havo been ro
gistorod was tho steamship China of
tho Pacific Mail Steamship lino
valued at $1,000,000. Tho fee for
registering this ship alon.e would
havo been $10,()QQ, mid she would
hayo paid taxes to our Govornmont
"Do you know if Dr. Mott Smith
has been Eunt orders of recall?"
"I do not. I should not know,
uowovor, it such a eourso hail been
decided upon. San Franciwu Exam
iner. Truijtg jind Combinations
Aro unpopular. But thoro is ono
form of trust against which no one
has anything to say, Tltllt is tho
trust which thp public leposes iu
-Ilond's Sarsaparllla, and the best of
It Is tho trust is fully justified by
tho merit of tho medicine. For, ro
mombor, Hood's Sarsaparilla Curca.
Fine Job PfjV.JiY.i; n the lUMctin Office.
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children I
The Well-known P. D. Corsets a awu,
The G. P. and R. & G. Corsets
A KUI.t. AS
The R. & G. Nursing Corsets. The R. & 6. Summer Corsets.
These are Kxtra Long Wnlt and Well Hlting.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Arc Comfortable and Very Light In Weight.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
Tor Children, llet for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
comi: and si:i: ouu
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50
A kini: ASSORTMENT ok
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
IB. :fv EHLERS &d go.
S3 FORT STREET.
AKTEIt TAKING STOCK ALU KINDS 01-
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former cost.
Velvet c& Smyrna Ptxgs
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
SP In fact w oiler Immense ISargnlns hi all Department. -1Q.S
ZW Dressmaking Undor tUo Management oi MISS K. CLARE. ..3
To Let or Loaso.
a Varnished Koom
with a private family.
Applv to "X.." Hum.ktin
".'llKl lilll' fcllnW Kflllltilia;
'iloU-1'tivi.-j. 'ii'pi'iul mi liiuiluni" in !
nialio inoiii, iiii'.lliiin.x (lujunil dc- i
toolive in.".!(i tlK'lr jjcinj-r stmun lepr
oi -strike aiiyniii- ihi-y wont iir am-st, ;
tin sniil do inu;r work, if your in- '
lluoncc iniii.. J Ill-lieu' oihjiiiumjii
..... o f
Tho Hawaii Ponoi Dramatic Corq
pauyjcoiiipnsodoiitirply af Hawaiian
ain.'ftoiir:?, irjttiud. prosr.uliiiK ir tho
r(sl tuno the historical drama, "Lady
of I he Twilight," and tho "Landing
of l .ipl ain Cook," on Saturday night.
In i'liilioii thero will bo pcUjlP tyftvt
llawyiiau m'iil;- hv thn liiiarti'.t, au'
l:tr.l'i J"..itr.i, all dil .ill'! Woll-
A SPECIAli MKETINO OP THE
XX. (oc)iholder.i uf tho Wninhiiui Aitrl.
cuRaral .t Qrazina Co. will hp hold at tho
Ofllce of Moiara, w, (J, Ivwln & Co., Hono
lulu, Otl WKDNE9DAY. May 3, 1H0J, at
H o'clock A. M.
700 2t-17 It
SMAU. COTTAGH ON
Puneliliowl ftreet, be
twfien I'auoa llrldL'e mill
Mormon Churuli. Hi-ut $10
lier month. Emiuiru at i-eeond dour above
Mormon Church. 701-lw
HOUSE OP F',VK
ANY AND AI-Ii 1'EItSONS POUND
riding, drivinji or otherwUc t re.inais
Ing on the Kaiiolanl Park llaeo Traolc,
N-ithoatthe neoesjary linriiii'. '.vill L-e iro
sccuted. U, O. HEltdEH,
null! .. ..in ii iroi..l !. I.u itiliiit nit
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pf.-lKii RiirMliidu In vliii'li hi- wn- ci
tnitti'd. SiiliiniNii'iii'r& and (nd I -liavinr.
(in Uiu contrail , wi.-,!ii, nnd. i
tli' lav,': of t!n ,-i n li.i.c nn, iii-.-d
ior it itii a oiirl.iiliiU'iil oi liii- j't-ind i
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Cantata of trjo Flower ftuoon by Ka-.
waiabao Seminary CHjJg,
Nothing in the musical line linn
been given in a long time to surpanu
what is proinieci! lit Kuwaiabao
Church Saturday cvoniiijj net. l in
to bo a nrosuiHatipii of t(0 cantata,
'"'The Flower Quoon," by tlio pupila
of Kawaiajiao Girls' giimiuary for the
benefit of tho treasury of that institu
tion. Theio will bo juwxr umriBLt)
(Iresseil in inip'rnpiatu qolorn, pre
benting a variety of cbuico flowers.
Solos will bo taken by favorite vocal
talent enlisted for the occasion each
Hinder under ine name oi a cniibou
He array lupinu ihj aiisb
isa Kirlcer,' Miss Nolle, Mrn. E.
0. Damon, Miss von IJolt, Miss
Khodea -ind Afiss Ward. A liar will
bo taken by Mr. Wakefield. Prof.
Merger lo be coiifluolnr. Tjjerp will
f)e an io()r ipid a half of straight
limbic, the rehearsals for which have
been highly satibfaetory. While llus
cai)i-o aluno will ai;eal strongly to
f.)c publ e H inn-, wiipii coupled with
the in-uuriMuu of a gi.md musical
ovent, iliaw a civwded Iiouku.
My wife wtis confined to hor bed
for tii-pr tvro nionlhii w i vuiy w;
?W littijl) Pf rliiS.iiVal'isiii. Wo
could ,'et uolhiiif,' that would afford
hor any rclinf, and as a last rosorl
irnvii blianiliurli'iii's l'ain Bnlm n
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BftSfiqUanqouB BusirjQsa TransaGted.-r
Oqrflplalnt )y Mrt Emwelutn.
A mooting of tho Executive- and
Advisory Couueils was hold tliis
aftoruoou. l'rosont: Ministers nam
i pi wh ii,i?i ranflr 5Kl ?yui'v
QpilHPMlfirs "anion (Vico-Prosiuont),
Emriielutb, Allon, Watorhouso, Me
Chosnoy, Brown, Tonnoy, Stthr, Nott, cunibor Tonic.
Morgau, Wldor ana Bqlto. Ago.
it. Morgan pro.sQnto.d a 1 U')H
nnjnipjtinQ'on njlBfiplfauuotis mattors,
to po'finit Dunbar & Co. to nllix
namos to Btreots and nutnbors on
houses, undor such regulations as
tho Minister of Interior mjty r,.
Hcribo. Thp. bjll was accopted to
tuko Us course.
A communication was received
from Col. Sopor, commanding tho
forces, report in,g tlp qigauiztjtiqn o(
a corps oi giinisnoQiors nnout eorn
pletud. Also, that tho cloth for
uniforms could not bo reinforced so
as to mako it bold together, iu con
sequonco of which a majority o,f. 'uu
(nriHjjP.ntl M without" sorvloenblo
uioubOH uiiii piuiiiiiuuiiH.
l'reBidont Dolu asked about a re
quest for shoi3 from ono of llto com
panies. Mr. ilo.tto lfftd tluti tho shood
hint In'un" bought Kome timo ago
from tho Manufacturers' Shoo Co.
The Prctiidout commented on a
want of propor system iu procuring
siiDiilie.s. In somo it-'.i-; Miiiial ,
i. . . . .11 " . . i '
iri(vtft) nt'.ti bevii yiveti inuelHmui ,
ion. i-tiliili'H, "llio ..l;tu With llio
run .l.'.n ."' '"tu company proinibo a
tiiiiigiufn'l I'voniu'e luilertaiuinont.
'i I my will li'.'ivo iio.it v.rel; nu a lii'ir
of tln inland-. Ui.n'i fail ti mt i
v.ch'.kiipiia and bis ihv it-iff, Miir
tin. buauij of P-tlUlt
liooinH to lot with board at Ilani
Root Beor on draught at Bisop
Smith As Co.'s.
Aliii1 shaving uso Cueumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith bs. Co., Agents.
Sunburn roliovod at qnco Vvy Oil'
I i m r M f-i
A comfortablo cottage, well fur
nished, is wanted on the plains. Ad
dross "F." Bulletin office.
Dr. M(iT.oiinn, 131 . Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (582.
KB OI' THE 31 WVAIl.lN
. v. o.-m.Ni ' 1'iiirioiii' i.e.ij;iu', im-mihr
tU'.-ir iiiimt-H eraeil from the Kill, i-tui lo :o
.lithin thne day. from date, by ai)ilviiii
in tint Onmniitti'o at the lusMeAt-inif MUs
PijiboiU (l.ukiM. i-orr.rr of iloii'tatiia i.nd
Kmiiiii -tnt Iv
' MltS. C K. Kill. I, MAN,
SiMinuaiv 11. V. 11 A. A.
Honolulu, April is, iAi. 7ui-:u
EXEOTJTOB'S NOTICE TO CBEP
IN THE QUIOIHT-OUUT FOH THE
Virut Ctrmilt. In Prolmte. In the mat
ior of tho Will of Maria O'Btlllivan, de
ceacd. The uudcrtiiKiied give.s notice thut
ho has been appointed Exceiitor uf tho hist
Will and Testament qf MnriA U'tjulllvini,
late of Honolulu, ilwtMiiiuil, and ho horeby
notit,s )ll CriHllturs of xnld Marin O'Snlli
YHit to tiriisent thoir rt'ieetlvo eluims duly
vorilUuf, with proper vouchers, to lilm, at
the Btore of K. 0. Hall it Hon, in Honolulu
within six montliH from this data, u- tMPy
will he forever barred.
Executor (if. i of Murln O'Hullivan,
Wthday of March,
By the Australia the Ctltfflniift
Fruit Market m Vietivoi imnh
oyftprsj, gtkliiKi'n, ot'abs, oranges, Sicily
IdnimiH, Mexican limes, celery, cauh-
Prof. F. Lombard, . ft. wiU oou
tiiitio givini; justuioCion In private
and iit'clasos; French, Spanish,
and L'l'in. Hosidonco, Alakoa stroot,
near Y. M. C. A.
Bruo.Q & Ai J. Oartwrlght.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
itreet. with HftUirooin. nat-
cut W. C. etc. Commands
ono of the finest views iu Honolulu. Aim v
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS. "
ONE BLOCK FIIOM BE
retania Htreot cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, Large
Lot. btable and Chicken House
K. U. ltK.M'lil ,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
Al AOHE LOT WITH
'I'liraislied Houso at
luilci, Honolulu. Apply
on board "W. (i. Hall" ur Mrs. Kauto
on tlu promises, 701-lw
TO LET OB LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
JL iS Kliiuhtieet, lately
iKTUpieil by Mr. M. h. Lev .
...... ..:.. :....- it.,.i c ii.r'
. .Jlli.llillll .1 l.l-.ll IJ.'llir. t l,l ' r-r-
lor. Dining-ioom, Kilunen and liathrooiu;
btablo iu yard; Altes-iau Water laid on.
For iiartil'Ul.trs and terms, apiiU to
1 Aim. FE11NANHEZ,
13-tf at E. O. Hull A- Sous'.
Inirof 1 Kooins. Kit-
uhen, Small Itackynrd and
side eiitrar.ee, at pruM'iit
oi'cuuied as a muIiIIui v slion
iu the husinusi nrt of the town and ren
trally leviUcit. For liartlculnrs aiiiih to
On tho nruinlbUH or by letter.
Walhiku, March '.'I. liSI-lw
rpHE LAItOH STOItK
X and Coll'i'ii Saloon uf
Love's Ilukury on Nuuiiuu
htreet. The Hooms aro
.'x'JS and tlxii. Thi'o am supiiratn from
tnu lial'vry. 1 lie li.iliery Is till in opera
tion uud will have a Sitoru fur the sale of
lliviul, l.'akes, l'ics, etc-., adioinliiK the pie
hciilonc. For fuither luirlieu'.irs apph to
H. U. MASON. '
7(Xl-lw on the pri-liilsi-.
fi: ' raw a n.n
Ann v to IlIIlimiTIn
I ""' ' ' i"n"w
Tho uuder.-igiii-d aro prepared to i;ivo in-tL-iidlng
Tourists the advant:t,' of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
EltS OF Til
THE STEAM -
J. uud Wull-anpointed
I .ti -i
To our .'r.'it ururi';" slid ' i wvto Uf." livn yiveti Iniionhiiultl
I i;ipiiv..ritfUrlfloJhhtaH'ill-!boti loijiilai; fOrm of niquinltiuu vo
. and bv U4ln,ril rou.ilf.rly Mm i imtfl tbrough m liawle of a c)im
iiui :ilin 1'iL- t tin uMil n"iul I 'l J'l'cvr llio J..i lnr:ji-tv.r
family Oavriage Horse, b
Ph.aetou in qqQ( Qrfev,
Jiuiivt J'lll. WHi"-
.1 . I. '
lhd Jllcvr -ia w U..atl.n'ii"i-itv.r. 1 UAVMi'.ad UPrtke.
o t : w iiited 1 fmnnrtfil .mrRRV f!nw.
.tail . --- 1
forninrly the ruaiditni'c ef tlita linn H. J.
Hurt, idtuatu on jwuifiui Aviiliuo Ivlnw
School tTOt, 'iiirius easy. U.M-tf
.'.' m u- i
.Mi. Truijluuiii wlio lind .oitf
ll, I. l.llii.li:,
hit. H. Uavltii A Co.',
NOTE lWforo Hccklni; or I'lositiK bar
ruIiis eUuwhure, It will tsy you to n-aii
our column, and to nl oi'i" iwiimiIi th
iinde'slynvd t (heir Oilloo.
Ifflri Vt Kevn I'roporty I i I'lut-i'lam
I'oilUlllou Our torum are I'loderate and
M l;indloliU w will ulwajii be found n-r.-on.-'lilu
In our deiilini;H.
tf Apily I'l .ae'i cas.' tn
DU0: oc A.J, UAH. WMUHf,
"Ciirlwrlitlrt lliiildlnifi" Miiioluuit ktuit.
rpHE TWO IMEl'EH OF
A. I'roperiy with tho
llulldiiu:H tlicri'iui. (.Itmitnd
i on KIiik Htreet. and at nre-
M-iii iiceuplvii ny .iiixsrH. n .Miwieni aim
.1, Downey, both bt-iuK O)iiosite the n,.-l-deucu
of J. II, Athurtoli; each of iIiumi pie-ini'-es
are brliiKiui; iu an annual rental of
$:s0, uud a lluu iippurtuulty U heit-by
ollered uuyono who is ileilrous of owuiu'e,
a nice eomfortiihlu home in a zin loi-a-llty
within a few iniiiutcs' wall, of our
town. For tonus applv to
i-UJ-tl JOHN F. COI.IIUltN".
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of 3a.il Franolsao
'UNION 'STEAMSHIP COMFY
I 4 Further parilcuhiM may ba ha 1
' uton application.
I 1 AWN MoWF.l'.ii in I.E1 11V
i a j .lay, -,VU'I. or in nth Itopuliluc
Ob-initio mill Kliiirpi'iii.ii, do',!-; Hiipli'ittt)
i l'IUMiiuiiilh!.i'd i!ii'Ulti.iiil. Minli.avii
' i';iilr.', for and rctuiimd. AUo, lluimli'lin:
liardi'ii Hum-ill fact, can tin riti llilug
iii-imioiirv around thn bon-e or utablu.
IUiik up Mutual Ti)Uil'htiiu Wi,
Will N. V, HUUOlS.
: Wm- C. IRWIN CO.
vxtcuted til Ihe
ntutlji ttiiil promptly
llullt tin Ujfhv.