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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM AND AFTER OOTOHKU 1. ISM.
A.M. A.M. T.M. , P.M.
Leave Honolulu.. .0-.15 8:10 1:15 l:35f
Arrive Honoullull.7:20 U:57 2:57 fi:35t
Leave Hoiiotilliill..7:30 10:13 3:13 fi:l2t
Arrlvo Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 1:55 UiOOt
I'kaiu. City Local.
Leave Honolulu 0:t0 ....
Arrlvo l'cnrl City 5 : ....
l.ciivo l'enrl Oity..:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
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Honolulu time, which Is thu anine us 12h. Iliu.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1893.
Satviiiiay, April 22.
Am bktno W H Diniond, Nelson, 13J4 days
from San Francisco.
Stmr James JIakce from Kauai
Ftinr 0 II IMshop from Kauai
Stmr Likelike from Hanutkna
Stmr Kiluuea Hou from Hawaii
Stmr Kuala from AVaiunae and Waialua
Stmr Woimnnalo from Slaui and .Molokai
Stmr Mokolli from Molokai
Saturday, April 22.
Stmr Waialcalo for Lahaiun, Kukuiliaulc
and Honokuu at 10 a m
Vessels Leaving: Monday.
Stmr Lchua for Hakalau, Houomu, Nuu
and Olowalu -1 n m
Stmr Hawaii for Hawaii
Stmr Jas Makco for Kapaa at 4 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Jas Makec 2508 hags sugar and (i
Stmr Likelike 12,000 bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 2008 baua sugar.
Stmr O II Bishop 2514 bags sugar.
From Kauai nor stmr Jas Makco, Auril
22 Ku Hatta and 8 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
II 1$ JI S Royal Arthur from England
H 11 M S Tcmerairo from Kngland
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, duo May 4.
S S Monowai, Carey, from the Colonics,
duo Mav 1.
Am bktiie S Q Wilder, Grifliths, from San
Franeisu, duo April 22.
Am schr Aloha, Duliul, from San Fianei-co,
due April 30.
Am bk Coylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco, duo April 27.
Am bktno W II Dimond, Nilson, from San
Francisco, due April 23.
Am -l-inastcd schr Lyman 1) Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 1-m King Cvrus, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 5-10
Am 1-in bktno V II Hume, from New
castle, N S AV, April 25-30
Drbk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, NS
V, April 25-30
Dk Lamornn, from Newcastle, N S W,
Ilk Amy Turner, from Roston, due Mav
Am bkt Amelia from 1'ortTownsend
Vessels in Port.
HUMS Hyacinthi' from Ksijuliunli
11 I J M S Nnniwa, Togo, from .Injian
USKB Mohican from San Francisco
U S S lloston, Wiltse, from llilo
S S Australia, Houdlctte, from Sun Fran
cisco. Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
cisco Am hktno Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Am 4-masted schooner Puritan, Peterson,
days from Nuwcastlo, N S AV
Am bktno Katie Flickingcr, Mcltae, from
Am bktno llilo, I.e llallister, from San
Haw bk Mauua Ala, Smith, from San
Mis bkt Morning Stur from Micronesia
The steamer Likelike turned up this
morning from Hnmakiia ports with 12,oo)
bags sugar. Sho'was overdue several days.
Thu American liarkcutiuo AV. 11. 1)1
inoud, Captain Nelson, was towed into port
this morning, 13J4 days from Sun Fran
cisco with a geuuial caigo, Shu docked at
the Oceanic wharf.
Growing in Favor.
By tlio Hall's mail caino a fresh
batch of now (subscribers to tho
Daily Bulletin from tho othur isl
ands. It is only what occurs every
wcok now. As this is an unusual
tiino of tho your for beginning mib
Hcriptions to papers, tho stonily in
oroaso of sul)scrii)tions which goes
on in country as well as town, to tho
only iudopoiulout newspaper of
Honolulu is significant.
Elder S. S. IJeavor, of AlcAlliMor
villo, .luuiatta Co., 1'n., says his wifo
is subject to crump in tho slomaeh.
ivust siiiuuior Hho tried uiinniDer
laiu's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrho'ii
Uoiuody for it, and was much pleas
ed with tho spoody relief it nll'ord
od, She has since used it whenever
uecoxsnry and found that it never
fails, lnr sale by nil dealers. Jieu
LOCAL and general news.
Baseball opening uol Saturday.
"Floral Queen" at tho Kawaiahao
"Lady ofTho" T:ilight" at the
Opora House to-night.
Tho builders are putting tho roof
on tho Masonic Temple.
Diamond Head, J 2 in. Weather,
hazy; wind, fresh northeast.
.loo Santos has a 1 aero lot and
furnished houso for sale at Iwiloi.
Tt is rumored the soldiers have
struck for ?(50 a month and got it.
Tho Hawaiian National band will
pity at tho Opera House to-night.
Tho 1. G. band will give the regu
lar afternoon concert at Kniiini
A German gardener who doesn't
object to looking after horses as well
as grounds wants a place.
There will be another wedding on
Tuesday evening next. Tho couple
will leave by the S. S. Australia nest ,
The French cruiser Duehateau j
was to leave Acaiuilco at the end of
March, supposed to bo bound for
The Catholic Mission's fair, begun
at Kalihi-kai last Saturday, will be
concluded at the Hurotaiiia street
armory next Saturday.
A company of sharpshooters was
organized at the Barracks yesterday
evening. About thirty "euglo eyes"
signed the roll as members.
There will be the usual celebration
of their Order's anniversary -this
one the 74th -by the Odd Follows or
Honolulu at Harmony hall on next
A four-masted barkentiiie. which
was supposed to bo the V. It. Hume,
was sighted oil" Diamond Head this
morning. At noon to-day she was
reported as having gone by, heading
Tho residence occupied by J. W.
McDonald on Beretauia street was
sold by J. F. Morgan at noon to-day
for saifi to Mrs. Ii. D. Morgan. Tho
salo of tho residence of W. l Toler
In tho District. Court this morn
ing two Chinese gamesters were lined
510 each, and three others wore dis
charged. A(inoof51 was imposed
on Joe Forroira for using offensive
language towards Hack Inspector
A salesman in an uptown annexa
tion store was asked the other day
if ho was not afraid of having a .silk
Hawaiian handkerchief in his pocket.
His answer was tho boss had told
him to wear it, to attract native cus
tomers. If you want to know how the ques
tion of "To be or not to bo" for Ha
waiian autonomy is to bo settled
read tho Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s
column. You 111113- ilso '1K ho
same structure a pointer on how to
make propert- boom whatever comes
A monster whale was seen off Wai
kiki on Saturday by residents of that
locality. It had got in too close,
and in an etl'ort to get out to sea
again went on tho reef, and left its
body plainly visible to peoplo on
shore. It got oil' after a few strug
gles and was never seen again. This
is a fact. No kahunas about it.
A Chinaman named Apai was ar
rested between -1 and 5 o'clock this
morning on Nuuaiiu street for the
larceny of four bunches of bananas
belonging to a fellow-count rymau.
Apai had boon to the ranch bolow
the Eaglo house and cut four
bunches. He succeeded in carrying
these oil' and was in the act of get
ting away with a second lot, when
caugnt y ouicer .no. js.
OVER THE STATION WALL.
Eocnpo of n Culprit Committed for
Sontunco for Lnrcony.
William Bruett, a California crook,
was arrested on Sunday last 011 the
bark Katio Flickinger, for the thoft
of a watch and 510 belonging to
Seely Shaw. On Monday morning
ho pleaded guilty in the District
Court, giving as an excuse that he
was intoxicated when ho committed
tho robbery on the Sunday morning
irovious. Police Magistrate Foster
committed Bruett to tho Circuit
Court for sentence Tho man was
taken down below and locked up in
a cell, being allowed liberty in tho
yard for exercise certain hours. Yes
terday evening ho was locked up as
usual in the cell with other prison
ers by the turnkey. A second turn
key, ' relieving ttio first one, had
soino business to do in the cell,
and after leaving it failed to
properly secure the lower bolt,
there being two bolts to tho door.
Bruett, it is surmised, removed the
lower bolt, which once out of the
war mado it easier for him to dis
lodge tho upper one. Ho then made
his way to a shed in the yard and
secured a bench used by prisoners.
This ho stood up against tho wall,
and getting on it sealed the wall,
escaping into Queen street.
The escape was not discovered un
til 1") o'clock this morning, when the
turnkey went to tho cell and found
the bird flown. The bench was no
ticed standing against the wall, and
thus the avenue of escape was made
Captains Schlenituer and ilium
wero immediately detailed on the
case. They went to tho S. S. Aus
tralia, the Katie Flickinger, on
which he was formerly employed,
the steamer Waialeale, which left
this morning for Hamakua, and
nearly ovory corner 011 tho city
front, but their search was fruitless.
Tho ollieers were, however, promised
that should Bruett turnup around
the city front the sailors on tho ves
sels named would hand him over to
the police. Galleries, lodging houses
and stables uptown were searched,
but Bruett was lion rs. A majority
of the sailors on tho S.S.Australia
have a down on Bruett on account
of some mean tricks ho played on
them before, and the jailbird had
belter not put himself in their keep
ing. William Bruett has had a some
what checkered career. A few years
airo. while working on tho S. S. Aus
tralia, ho stowed away a man named
Taylor, who was wanted lor em
bezzlement, on tho steamer for 5.V)
and sold him again for another 5T0.
After coming here he was employed
as electrician on the S. S. Claudino.
He loft tho Claudino after working
some tiino and shipped on a sailing
vessel for tho Coast. While on tho
passage up ho stole jowolrj belong
ing to peoplo 011 board, and on ar
riving in San Francisco was handed
over to tho police. Bruett was sent
enced to one year's penal servitude
in San Quentin. After serving hi1
sentence ho became a .caman on tho
barkentino Katio Flickinger for Ho
nolulu. Arriving horo ho became
acquainted with some hard charac
ters, and was jugged a little over a
week after his arrival. When ar
rested ho sang out to a fellow sailor
to toll .loo and Louis to conio down
to tho Station.
ST. ANIllWW'.S I'ATlir.DIIM..
The Cathedral Congregation ir
St. Andrew's will hold -en ice, to
morrow, as follows: ti::tda. 111.. Holy
Communion; 11 a. 111., moi. ' p-a.w'r
ami sermon; To Deiiiu. by Smart in
F, and another nut hem. will be ren
dered. 7:'M p.m., eveu-ong and er
SECOND fONflUl'.O 1 UIV.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, Sunday, will be as fol
lows: it: 15 a.m., Morning prayer wit h
sermon; Venite, by Savaw in C; To
Deiini by.InckMjif in F; Iiibilnteby
Taylor in F; hymns I.'il and lii7; an
them, "Hearken unto 1110 any peo
ple," by Sullivan. (':!! p. 111.. Even
song with sermon; Magnilicat. b
Chipp in 12; Nunc Diuiilti- by Bi
thovon in C; nut hem, "Incline thine
ear," by lliniinol; hymns lif7 and 2fiii.
Row A'lex. Mackintosh, pa-tor. All
Sunday Services (i and 7 a.m..
Low Masses. English -oininii at
the 7 a. 111. Mass, every Sunda
during the whole 3 ear.
Ilijfh Mass, with sermon
tugueso and Hawaiian.
Rosarv and Catechism. I
winter season (November to
ar3'), 1:110 p. m. in summer
(February to November). Bi
tion of the M. B. Sacrament.
"Weekly Service- ( and 7
The Reorganized Chinch of
Christ of Latter Bay Saints,
lani Hall, rear of Oiiera IIou.-c
vices will be held Sunda- as follow--:
10 a. 111.. Bible class; 1 l:l."i a. 111. and
7:tt0 p. 111., preaching, by Fldoi .1.
SL'VUNTII DAY AIVi:XTISTS.
Seventh Day Aden(ist Church,
corner I'unchbowl and Beretauia
streets, in G. West's eotlnge. Sab
bath school, 1:.'U); social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
ovory Sunday evening. . Everyone
Y. JI. :. A. HALL.
Sund.w, 11 a. 111., service- in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. 111., services in Bai tack-:
.'bllO p. 111., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
(iiIJO p. 111., Gosplo Praise Service in
Y. M. C. A. Tue.-.lay, 7::H) p. 111.,
pra3-or meeting at Y. M. C. A.
CKXTUAL UNION CllflU'll.
Sundnj' School at 41:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:'M p.m.
Young People'- Soeiot- ol
Christian Endeavor at 1:!) p. in.
I imriiiiL iiu.l.
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted bv the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7::!U
p. 111. Ever3-ono welcome.
104 Port Street, Honolulu,
of shy lie
p.iu.. 1. 111.. in
Qyred of Scrofula
Tho PoopSo will have Hood'o
Mv. Dormnn'H 7rj)fiWcncfl
"My 1'oy, now l nais old, hail Scrofula In
nno pjcMrnin Hie lltaohf was a li'ihy; illsrliaiR
Iiir isll'llic 11111!". of htt wo 1i:im I'l'cn ishlna
lilm llimilN Sirninrlll.i. iiml H li s tlnnii all
tlml in ilU mi' c.'iii iln. I ho .-rioiiilii lia illsap
lioareil, ainl lili ro In Iii'iiUmI uji anil well. I
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children!
The Well-known P. D. Corsets ,s
-.The C. P. and R. & G. Corsets
A ITU. AS.
fullv IipIIcm) Itniiil's S:ii-"i.iiilln l llio hcit
nipilli'lni' in tlio in.irUrt. 1 '-i i f mii'imI store,
nml it l inn :i Iri'U m soil Sloml-t .sir-npaillUi
for the pi'iipl,. will lime II. I m-Ii limu' n(
II1101I s saisijiinlLi tlimi till ollii-r mcilltliu's
tOKUliift nml Iln1 itdrc 011ll nut Lo cmni'Ii-lo
without II. My wife lias alvi 1hpii entirely
cmi il i'f S'TiifuLiliy IlfM '"- ii' itll'.i. and I
nm 1 10 i'll ilp'iMul 'ii" wl . 1 11 1 -is limn) lor
us." .liniv liniiMAN. s'ij !. r..r. I'.-i.
Hood's Pills r mh- i.
UlKt iliKtistlon. curu ltcadat )u'.
The R. & 6. Nursing Corsets, The R, & G, Summer Corsets,
Those nro Kxtrn long AVnkt tuul Well l'lttiiit'.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Aru Coiiifurtulilo tuul A'cry Light in WViglit.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Seuse Waists
Tor Chihlron, licit for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
COMK AM) SEi: OIM5
l. r.oi .'lpiirr Villi,
Vt) a tux. 2u.
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Gents
Ilyal ILiw-uianOpom Unuso
Scries of Interesting Incidents In
Atlnli il f'irti
1 'he 11 W Ml I'uMII
lir.-i-nti'il in ling
SATURDAY EVENING, April 22,
Will In imiilii.'. il a "Ii'lii-.lr.iin.i in
'1 wo Act-, cntitlul;
" Tlie Lady ;;;;.: Twilight"
Now Scenes 1
ISTew Costumes 1
Nvsxv Songs 1
A FINK ASSOKTMKXT OK
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
IB. :f eii3:lek,s &c go.
85 PORT STK.E3E3T.
AKTEK TAKING STOCK Al,l. KINDS OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At hulf the former co-t.
Velvet cSc SaQ.yrrLa PLijigs
In nil sizes (;rctitly ruiliiei-il.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
&- In fni't wo oiler lnimcnsu Bargains in all Department". "Jl
I5T Drossmaking Undor (lie Managomont ol MISS K. CLARK. JSZ
To Lot or Iioaso.
'a f rJ
A Musical Iiilerlmk by the Company:
Oviit'irv Il'in.iii.m N.itimi.il lSanil
QMA1.I, COTTAdK, ON
O 1'iiiirliliowl -treet, he
twei'ti I'aiina I5riilt;e ami
Mormon Cliiuvli. llent $10
l'r nionth. Kmiuiri at ecotul iloor above
My wifo was couliuod to her bod
for over two months with ti very so
voio attiK'k of rhcumatisni. Wo
oouhl yot nothing that would adord
hor any relief, and as a last resort
gave Chamberlain's l'aiu Balm a
trial. To our great surprise she be
yran to iinnrove after the lir.t appli-
eatiou, anil by using it regularly she I
was soon able to get up and attend i
to house work. Ii. II. Johnou, of I
C .1. Knutson it Co., Kensington, I
-Minn, fit) eent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Ben.-on, Smith A: Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Schedule) of Games to be Played Bo
tweon tho Nines.
The different captains in the Ha
waiian Baseball League have decid
ed on a schedule of eighteen games
to bo played the coming season, tho
initial game lo be played on Satur
day next. The latter end of the
suhedulo appended will be subject
to changes, as the captains decide.
Tho last game will be played in be
tween, on homo holiday:
April 2i( Crescent vs. Hawaii.
May Ii Hawaii vs. Kauioliamoha.
" i; lvauienainelia vs. ure.icont.
" 20 Crescent vs. Hawaii.
" 27 Hawaii vs. Iuiinohainoha.
" !k) Kainohaineha vs. Crescent.
Juno !$- Crescent vs. Hawaii.
" JO Ilawaii vs. Jvainehanieha.
" 17 Ifainohanieha vs. Crescent.
' 24 Crescent vs. Hawaii.
July 1 Hawaii vs. Kainohanieha.
' 1Juimelianieha vs. Crescent.
" 8 Crecent vs. Hawaii.
" 12 Hawaii vs. Ivaniohaineha.
" JT) Kaniehanieha vs. Crescent.
" 22 - Crescent vs. Hawaii.
" 21) -Hawaii vs. Ivainohameha.
TALKING IN PAKABLES.
Canvassing for Annexation Among
An auuexatioui.it, one of the .re.
family, wtis arguing with a Hawaiian
in front of the J'osl OHice this niorn-
llere issonielliin fiuin Mr. Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the J3e Witt
House, Lewiiiton, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, JJe. Hotel men
meet the world as it come- and goes,
and are not slow in Mimj people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says thai he has lost a
father and several bmtheis and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with cold, and he
Hereditary often cough- enough
to make him sick at
Consumptloniiis ...toiiincli. When
ever he ha- taken a
cold of this kind he u-e.- Ho-cliee's
German Syiup, and it curs him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung tiou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to tlio medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? J.i-teii ! I j
use nothing but JJosclicc's German i
Syrup, and have advised, I presume, ', r j
more than a handled dilTeieiil per- . 1
sons to take it. They ae;ree with
me that it is the bc.it cough syrup
in the market." 0)
Landing of Lono and His Death"
t'lmmrlurs lij, the ConiiKiiiy.
fX? A Set or lie
.tit tit ci"inTy liax hcen
ami painti'il for thcM.i
Pi ices as Usual 60c, 75c. & $1.00.
Dcor Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8.
lie hail tor
at I.i'vj'i wlicre
all i:ti"l - nf thu
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
p-:W IIOUSK OK KIVK
L rooms, on Magazine
-treet, with Ilathrooin, jint
ent W. C, etc. Commanils
one of the lint'.-t views in Honolulu. Aiiiily
J. M. VIVAS.
ONI-: lll.onc 1'ItOM $K
ri'tania street ears, a
'Vol mid Convenient (.'ot
liiui' of Six ltooms. Larue
Lot, atalile anil Chicken Jlotte. Ainilv to
K. It. HKNDltV,
at Hawaiian Hanlwaro Co.'s tore.
Is iaei Br Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
mil Well aiiiio on 'I
L'-Moiy Uriel; Unililiiii;
with ' rii'ii-.mt (ituiitiil-,
foimerlj the ie-iilem f
Hart, Minnie nu Niniami
r-t.-luiil -rieot. 'I'eini- ea-.
the late II. .1.
ing in a friendly manner. Ale. was ' ri J i I AirfA
propounding the good things annex-' VAC T Ux&(VQ&
atiou promised tho natives and tho ' UHJj JLi VflVjl 1 rV
lino times they would have. After ' U
WALKEU INTO PKISON.
hou, Smith & Co.,
agouta for tlio
After Many Days tho Subjoct of
Warraut Drops Into Custody.
YV. JJ. Lent, called at the I'olii-o
Station shortly after noun to-day ami
asked to see the .Mamhal. Captain
Max Sehh)iiiiner,wlio was sit ting in a
chair, thought there wa-. noinething
familiar about the man and took a
L'ood look at him. Then the ollieer
! went to a drawer and pulled out a
When tin man uilunied down the
ntairs Selileiiinier phoxed a warrant
of ariest under his no.-oaiul politely
reati I ho document. It charged .
U.Leiitz with the larceny of .10, the
property ol tlm r amnion .Maine.-, on
Seiteinber lf, IMI2. The fuels aie
YV. II. Lent u-ieati'd in theoillce
r . I i I .'..Ml I... ,, 1...,.
Ill I III" l' alUOII ill ill i lie 'illf l.i,. i u
a man entered to pas a bill ' olo.
LeuU said il was all righl : In; would
take the niuiioi, which lie ilid nml
higuiid tlm locoipt. llulh uiiui mm
moiioy luivu liuon iui!iii; uvur aluu.
giving lots of tally to the native llu
latter began asking (iiestious re
garding the meaning of tlio badge.
It would be jtmt as well to go with
out one. Ale. told him that it was
not; he should not be on tho fence.
Finally the argument reverted to
parables. Ale. told the native that
tho present crisis wjis like unto a
native who planted laro. When the
taro was ripe he would reap good
results and bo possessed of plenty.
The nalivo retorted that it was till
right, but, should the taro turn out
rotten, what would the result be ?
Aie could not answer and annexation
was dropped, tho conversation drift
ing to tho How of the artesian wells
The ntoio Chamberlain's Cough
Iiemedy is used the better it is liked.
YYo know of no other remedy that
always gives satisfaction. It is good
when you lir.it catch cold, it is
gooil when your cough is seated and
your lungs are sore. It is good in
any kind of a cough. We have sold
twenty iivo dozen of it imd niery
bottle has given satisfaction. Steil-
i man ii. l'Viediuiin, druggists, Alinne-
i not a Lake, .Minn, fill cent bottles
i for sale by all dealers. Heiisou,
Smith ii Co., agents for the llawai-
1 iau Islands.
Noll', liefmv -eckiiiu; or elo-hijr liar-IMiii-
!'!- here, it will pay mi to -eaii
our eiiliimu, ami to at neee euu-ult the
ii inlii -ii h I at their nlllee.
fsy We Keeii I'r.ijiert.N ill PrM-elu
I'omlltKili. Oill term- aie imiilerate ainl
a- LuelliHil- ni' will alMiy lie foiiinl lea
ou.ilile in our ilealinc?.
C?-Aiily in eaeh ea-e In
BRUCU or A. J. CJAIITWHIGIIT,
"CnrLuriglit Unililiiii," Merchant -tieet.
I', ACItH LOT WITH
riiniNlicil Hoit-u nt
luilei, Honolulu. Aiijilv
on hoard "V. O. Hall" or Mrs. Santoi
on the tirenii-es. "Ol-'Jw
TO LET OR LEASE
rplWCOTTAUK AT NO.
X i'lS KIni; -treet, lately
oeeiiiieil by -Mr. M. S. Isvy,
eoiitainiui:'.! Ileilroomsi, I'ar-
lor, Dinitin-rooin, Kitchen and Itatliroom;
Maine in yani; Artesian water lain on,
Kor iinrtieiilar.s ami terniri, aniilv to
iii:i-tf ut 10. O. Hall .V. Hon-'.
At their Hull. Purl Street,
MONDAY EVENING, April 24111,
.Ar s o'oi-iOCJic.
1 Ftintilu flarvianp. Tlnrsp.. entiu
1'h'l.etx, . yi . (..! n.i .
. .i , I Kiinuifiii ill c. iiiii ill' Mr
III I'lilllliH'l nl isne.ti I- II lireu, i i -muiY-ii tu. uuuu us. uv. ,
A lllMLIlINi; CONhLST
xV ing i if I Koom-, Kit
eheu, .Small ll.ielcyard ami
side entrant'e, at present
(ii'ciiiled a- a saddlery shop
bv Jo-e Dili-.
in the bii-ine-s part of the town and ceil
ed. Kor iiartiiuilars tunny to
On the premises or by letter.
March iU (Wl-lw
ZST- Only a limited iniuiliur
SO 1 lllll I
rpHi: I.AKliU stoki:
X and Ciillen Saloon of
Love's llalcery on Nuuiinu
street. The' Kooins are
.'J'Jil and liUxli-. 1 hc-e are separate from
the llakery. The llakery in still in opera
tion and 'will have u store for the sale of
ilrcail, Cakes, 1'ies, etc., adjoining the pre
sent one. Kor further partieiilarM iiiiiilv to
II. U. MASON,
7UI-hv on the itemies.
The under-igned are prepared to e,ive in
ti'iidiiig Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago s? Return
To Admit Gentleman aud Lady
1 Covered Brake,
i Imported Jersey Cow.
I'ONNKrriON WITH THK HTKAM
KltS OK THK
10- To he
hud at I he
70 -I f
It. I. LI I.I.I 15.
. 11. Uavies.V Co,'
New Elvxroioon.iT. !
1 Prof. J' Lombard, A. Ii., will con
liuuo giving instruction in private
! aud in elns-es; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
i near Y. M. C. A.
Imi'oiin it ami Uiui.iitt in
CciU's, Ladies' am) Children's Uools, Shoes
H- ivnii'Vid if Summit -licet, "Koster
lie 1' reliant li eet
rpili: TWO I'lKCKB OK
X l'ronem with the
lluildine,- theieon, Mtnated
on Klnu street, and at pre
sent oi-eiipleil ny .Aiesrs. rj. rowietn ami
.1. DoiMiey, liolli heing opposite the resl
i dunce of .1. It. Athorton; eaeh of tlie-e pre-
ini-es are liriiiinj; in an annual rental of
I fl'iil, and a line opportunity is heieby
I ollered anyone who is dc-irou-uf owninc.
a nice comfortable home in U'lod loca
I lily within u few minutes' walk of our
I town. Por terms applv to
, (,!M-tf JOHN V. COLI1UIIN.
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms irw
,m GUARWAN'S NOT10E.
llM.V 1" I'l ' I.
TMT-:.. T1..1 . (n 4.1.n T1r.;..l riMII' INDr.HKKlMCI) HAVISlI llLMX
JUaill JJUirdUUU IU Uie HUH J ti,,- .t owiiuii.-IHminlMm "f .Mr.
si'i:ci.i. Mi;i;riNu ok tiij:
Hiih kluiMiTs of tilt) Waioliiiiii Ann-
rat ,V linuliiK Co. will he held lit the
of Misr. . U. Irwin V Co., Ilium
on wi.DMiJJlUY, Miiy . JWi.ut
;ili!-:ils ll'ilh Tenacii, Chl.ni'o.
Rales: $1 per Day & Upward, 1st Class Caffl.
II ocloik A. .
Iliiheeeii I'miiie tluniiMI, I'ormei'ly lleiieica
I'linee riiiii.ii.ii speiiillliuil.nv urueroi tue
ilouoiuiU' W. . U lilting. IUt Judiie of
tin I'lreiili Ciiuii. 1'ir-t i ir nit, ttlud nml
made tin tu , till h r-iiii are liereliy null,
jitul not in rfive Ii. r enilli, a- the under
.IkiiciI will not p. ,i mi), bill- i-.uilruiilud
Oummwiut I'titthuu l 4. All Kl.ll MAUUUS,
HulUIln 0j)ke, XU1U
MOWKKS TO LKr ItY THK
lav . week or uuihtlr lteiiairim:.
Cle.iuiiiK and bhai'pcnlne, done; Duplicate
rieces iiiriiisneu wuiui reipmen. .Miu'iunes
cilli'd for and returned. Also, ltepalrlne,
tlardt'ii Hoe in fact, can do anything
liecesniry nriilind the house or slahle.
lUUK H' .iiliiuni leiepiioue in..
N. K. ItlMtllKSK.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of" San Franolsao
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
W Knrther particulars iniiy lie hud
I NY AMI ALL I'LltSONS Pul'Nl)
rldillK. driving or ..iherHic trekiM.
Ilitt on the Kapliiltiiil 1'iirlc It ace Truck,
viimiiuuim iivHiuatiiry purinu, win
uv iliu nuvuatsny iivniui, win ne pro i
mum. U. 0. llrlUOP.lt,
tuvulcd ut .t
iiMilt unit irvtm0y
UuUtlin Office, "