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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, A PHIL 21, 1803.
Htt.Miw, April :H.
Am liUnp S O Wilder, Oillllths, 114 days
from S.m Francisco
Am 1)1; Ccloti, Calhoun, II days trom Km
Ktinr Mikiiliuhi from Kami
Stmr Cltiudiue from .Maul
Mqmivy, April 1M.
Bttnr l.clma for Hakulau, Honoiuu, Nuu
and Olnwnhi 4 p m
Btmr Hawaii for Hawaii
btmr .las StaUeu forlCap.ia at 1 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am lAtno Klikitat, Cutler, for San Fran
cisco, via Kaliului
btmr W U Hall for Jiaui and Hawaii at 10
Btmr Kaalu for KnhtiUu and l'unaluin at
!) a in
Btmr MiKahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Btmr Uluudlnu for Maui at 3 p m
Oargoos from Island Ports.
For tmr Mikaliala 321" bags sugar, 57
bags pia, 150 sheep, 11 lulls liides, I
hoise, 75 pUgs sundnes.
For htnir Claiidine 5U21 bags sugar, 01
bags corn, 12.17 bags potatoes, I norse, 10
bdls bidus, 72 pkgs machinery, 10.!
LOCAL AND GENERAL news.
Tho P. (1. bnml nt, liniinn Square
tins o tilling.
Fiotl. Johnson hnsa vottngo to lot
on Lililia slroot.
Seo Bulletin Hguistiiy for wants,
found, etc., on first pago.
Tlio public schools all ro-oponud
to-day aftur Easier vacation.
Diamond Head, il p. in. -Woatlior
cloudy, wind, light northeast.
Captain Js. C. llaloy and family
intend leaving for the Coast shortly.
Payment has been stopped on a
bank eeitilicato eUowheio advertised.
Tlio steamer V. G. Hall will leave
for windwaul potts lo-moirow
Tho regular monthly meeting of
Lodgo-lo Progies, A. h v A. M.,
will bo hold this evening.
A comfortable cottage, well fur
nished, is wanted on the plains. Ad
dress "P.," Bi'LLiirix ollice.
Bronson llowaul tlie playwright
and wife will leave by tho S. S. Aus
tralia on 'Wednesday for tho Coast.
Kail Krisliansen, seaman on tho
U. S. S. Mohican, is a deserter. A
rowaid of ."?-!( is offered foi his cap
ture. The barUentino llilo will sail for
San Piancisco on or about Thursday
next. Theo. 11. Davies ic Co. aio her
Wednesdaj eening tlio 71th anni
versary of American Odd Fellowship
will bo fittingly celebrated at Har
Tho steamer Kinau will be along
from Maui and Hawaii early Wed
nesday morning, connecting with the
S. S. AusUalia.
Mrs. Clapp, a missionary, and
three children, woio passongei.s on
the barkentitio S. G. Wilder from
tho Coast yesterday.
Mrs. Peter Leo
coining to town
From San Francisco, per bktne S (1
Wilder, April 21 Mis tlapp and !i chil
dren, 1) b.ivvjer, Mrs H Itiordan, Mrs
Moore, Mrs N'ott.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, April
2J Hon H I llaldwin, Hon A Dicier, lion
A S Wilcox., ST Alexander, S V Wilio
and wife, (I X Wilcox, lfW T Purvis, wile
and child, Miss Helen Wildei, Miss Bald
win, E Kopke, Alex I.huKiv, WA Wall
and wife, ltev J S Wall.ue, ' Oakley, l!ev
O 1 Kiner-on, ltev A V So.ucs, A M
Sproull. Judge J K Kaimniai, O Von Hani,
Cnpt J Koss, K Okots, ilr Akiuki, Kwong
Yook, Ah See and 53 dock.
From Maui, per stmr Cl.iudinc, April 21
Mis 1) Center, Mi-s Nadinc Center. Mas
ter Center, Miss U 1 Jlatiicld, Mis It
- "X Bti.iuch, infant and servant. Mrs W K
Hutchinson and 2 chiUlron, F W lleckloy,
E lJ.il, Mrs 11 (1 Alexander, Di H Laidlaw
and wife, U I) Kim, .Miss I., Kinne, Mrs
Wagner, W .1 Anderson. C!eo FoiHytli, T K
Nathaniel, O 11 Fiench, 1) Morton, wife
and 3 children, Mrs 11 H Plemei, E It Heu
diy, Ah You and 41 dei k.
The baik Cevlon and baikentine S. t.
Wilder both miivid fiom ban Francisco
ycsteiday with lull c.ugocs of genoial nter
ehaudNe. The steamer Pole tame off the M.itinu
Railway this, morning thoioughly cleaiiLd.
blie will go over to the Railway wharf to
morrow morning to loid with coal for
Jfakawoli, expuring to leave on Wednesday.
The American harkentino Klikitat, Cut
ler master, cloaicd at tho Custom House
to-day loi Kaliului, Maui, with 22 puck
ages ellects and 20 kegs sugar, biio w ill bo
towed thither hv the steamer Cl.iudinc. At
ICiihului the klikitat will load sugar fur
Tho monthly list of wieiks and casual
ties publish if by the Huieau Vciitas gives
some veiy stattnng ilgiues foi .liiiiu.uv of
this jear. Aciording to this list tlurn were
Oil total losses of w Inch 7( were willing ves
sels and if steameis, of these 11 or nearly
50 portent weio (.uisid by stiandingj 7
vvoro lost by collision, ii weio missing, s
foundered and 22, all sailing vessels, were
abandoned. Of the sailing vessels 17 weic
American, 10 weie F.ngUsh, l.'t Norwegian
and 11 Cheek. Tho leiutiindci nruiliviili.il
among othei maritime) Hags. Of the 2.1
steamers K wore Hnglish and only 1 Amer
ican. There weio 070 accidents icpoited
other than total losses, being :i01 on sailing
vessels and :17s on steamers. Stiaudingand
collision weio responsible for 1170 each.
Itritish vessels predominate in this list,
there being .'(05 accidents lopoi ted, while
American vessels come next in line with
has been ill since
and it is doubtful
if she will bo able to accompany her
husband to tho States.
Bricks for tho furnaces and an
iron smokestack are on the ginuud
for J. C. White's machine icpair
shop on Queen sheet.
Captain Cook Lodge, Sons of St.
George, will givo another of their
seiies of popular social entettain
monts at their hall this eening.
Fivo arrests for diunkenness weio
made between Saturday and Suuday
uight. This 11101 ning they wero all
fined ?2 each in the Distiict Couit.
There is a big ciowd of idleis, old
as well as young, stationed at tho
orifice of tho diedge discharge pipe
on tho esplanade all through woik
Judge Cooper and the jury panels
havo a piodigious calendar to got
away with in tho May term. If
(uartcr of tho cases aio tried tho
Court will do well.
Two Chinoe opium fiends weie
disturbed while hitting the pipe last
night by police ollicoi-. and made tin
unsuccessful attempt to got away.
They weio locked up.
A rumor that the Amciican foices
were to take charge of the country
agitiu to-moiiow cannot bo traced
to anv authentic source. The town
i full of such talk all tho same.
Tho Union Steamship Monowai
duo next week fiom the Colonies
en route to San Piancisco will biing
tho remainder of the New South
Wales' exhibit lor the World's Pair.
The Hawaiian National band will
gio a conceit compliinotitan to the
Ifayinoud & Whitcouib louiists at
the Hotel (o-nionow oxoning. Tho
tourists will be leaing by tho S. S.
M.W. MeCJhc'biicy A:Sons oll'et a
market for all the tallow tiny can
got. 'J hoy buy it lor tlio Hawaiian
Soap 'oiks Co., lor making the
supoiior soap, now an important
The secedeis from the Hawaiian
Women's Patriotic League were to
present a memorial, somewhat simi
lar to the one presented by the other
branch, to Commissioner Blount
either to-day or to-morrow.
FLOWEttS AND MUSIC.
Brilliant Prosontation of "The Flower
Ixnwaiahao Girls' Seminary has
given many a pleasant musical enter
tainment to the public, but never a
more ambitious effort than that of
Saturday evening last. Hitherto tho
teachers of the institution have been
content with getting up miscella
neous concerts all very good in their
way. On this occasion they pre
sented the cantata. "The Plow or
Queen," as only a largo school of
gills, well trained to sing in unison,
could piesent it. They were assisted
by iepreoutativos of tho foiemost
local talent, kindly granting their
setNices to inalte the out ure com
plete in tnery lespect.
At half-past seven, the advertised
hour of otiening, lxawaiahiioChttich
was filled, gallery and all, but tho
performance was 'delayed for half an
hour. This is a bad mistake made
every time the Seminary gives a con
ceit there is no certainty as to the
hour when it is to begin. When
peoplo take for granted at times,
from previous experience, that a
conceit in Ixnwaiahao Church adver
tised for 7 :.'!() will not begin until 8,
and take their timo accordingly,
they are vexed to find on arrival that
tlieconcert is half over. This slip
shod airangenient is not an occa
sional one, but the invariable record
of that place -the hour being often
loft out of the notices as if to lender
tlio uncoitainty 111010 certain. As
the seats in Kawaiahao Church are
built appaiently more with a view
to penitence than comfort, the
blunder of inveigling audiences into
thorn fornn oxtia half-hour's punish
ment is the more pionounced.
The platform was beautifully pre
paied to harmonizo with the plot of
tho cantata. It was ai ranged to
show a forest glade backed by a
mountain wall covered with foliage,
opening on either side into foiest
recesses. Piofessor Boigor, who was
conductor of tho music, seated him
self at the piano in front of tho plat -foi
m, and at the lirnt note ho stiuck
there entered a chorus of girls re
piesenting wild ilowers of the foiest.
They were dressed variously in all
colors, piosenting a combination so
charming as to induce a pang of re
giet, in esthetic hearts, for tho ciuel
conventionality that dictates uiii-
loini attiro to boarding school pu
pils. When the opening chorus had
sweetly sunt: their lav, which de-
Somo persons interested in the
Star are ciiculating reports that tho
circulation oi tlio Bulletin has suf
fered from that paper's competition.
This is fakso. Tho Bulletin has a
larger circulation to-duxj limn it had the
day before the Star started. Business
men are always welcome to inspect
our daily edit ion while going through
the press, also our subscription lists
for town and country. The Daily
Bollkhn is tho loading paper not
only in Honolulu but on the other
islands. Advertisers can verify this
fact for thomselvus.
Key Turned on Himself.
Turnkey Walker has been locked
up on a charge of allowing a prison
er to escape, and will appear on
Monday ne.xt in the District Court
for explanation. Mainhal Hitch
cock has posted up in a conspicuous
place at the Station that after a
prisoner litis been handed over to
tho turnkey, that individual alone is
lespousible for him. If the prisoner
should escape tho turnkey would be
The many cases of rheumatism
uuied by Chamberlain's Pain Balm
dining the past few months have
given the people gieat confidence
111 its curative piopoities, and have
shown that theio is one pioparntion
that can he depended upon foi that
painful and oggiawtting disease.
Honaker Bros., Lorain, Ohio, stt:
"Mr. Moses Pi ice, of thin place, wiis
doubled with iheiiiual ism fora long
time. Chambei Iain's Pain Halm has
uuied him. Ho sa)n that tho Balm
has 110 equal." For salo by all deal
urn, Buiisoii, Smith Si Co,, agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
L. .1. Levey in going to soil his
own fuinituie, on account of chang
ing house, at 10 o'clock Thursday
next, at tho residence Beretania and
Alapai stieet. The house will bo
open foi inspection Wednesday from
I to .'J p. m.
x company of young native boys
with bamboo .sticks for guns weio
drilling on Queen .stieet yeslerdav.
They had sent lies posted opposite
those of the P. G. ill the Govern
ment yaul, and it was laughable to
hear them calling oil the half hotiis.
Captain icglor asits that tho
rumor of a stnke among the soldiein
must havo originated in a big im
agination. Fiom what isleainedon
the outside, the discontented men
could not get enough with them to
risk sine bread and butter in a
Unto a late hour this afternoon
William lhiiott. the ciook who es
capod fiom the Police Station on
Satuiday iiioining, had not been re
cap! iiied bv the police. Tho S. S.
Aiistialia's'inen sa.v that they will
hand him ovoi if he show aiound
thill quarter, yet it would do no
haim foi tho police to search the
steamer for theni-elves.
Mr. and .Mr-.. Thus. Wiight'n iesi
dence at Waikiki was the scene of a
pleasant assemblage on Satuida.v
evening. The occasion was a fai
well to Min. Piank Uanvick, who
will be a passenger 011 tho S. S. A11
tialia foi the Coait. Dancing mill
genoial sociability occupied thooailj
part of the evening, mid shuilly
after 10 o'clock the paity vvuio lioat
od to a spread.
noted a uei olexin
them as to who should bo their
queen, Mr. Wakefield in the garb of
ti hermit voiced the surprise given
him by the music in his chosen soli
tude. His wonder was pleasantly
relievetl in explanatori1 duet by the
roso and lily, peiouated bj Flora
Smith and Elia Koliaa. Then the
chotus sang, "Who shall bo queen,"
with motion like that of lloweis
stiued by the xophyrs. "Ciocus,"
in the person of Miss Nolle, enteied
as the hist candidate ami sang her
claims to the accession, interrupted
with lespoiises by the whole field of
lloweis, tit the conclusion stepping
aside amidst loud applause. Miss
Rhodes as ''Dahlia,'' responded to
b,v a duet from two little girls
Helen De-lia and Abbie Ivuhauu
iis "Lloliotiopo" and '"Mignonette,"
next vocalised her qualifications for
regal honois, winning hearty plaud
its. Miss von Holt appealed as
"lapoiiica," giving a delightful solo,
to which a beautiiul choial response
Miss Eva Paiker .acted as "Sun
llowoi," her queenly pieseneo and
legal tones causing expectancy of
her winning the cum 11. But the
O-car Wihle cult that might have
sodesiied w 010 disappointed, a laugh
ing choi us 111 good style responding
in scot n to the claimant. This in
cident was one of the great foatuios
of the evening both dramatically
and musically. Theio was then a
call loi "Violet." "Lilj" il "Ko-,0."
The! wo lormei Violet Lima and
lydia Aholo in a chaimiug duet
waived Jill pieteiisions to the crown.
Miss Dale as " lto.se'' sang her cie
dentials in the most accomplished
maimer, retiiing to the low of jis
piiants followed with a burst of ap
plause, .viiss IjI..io raiUer came
loi win din "Carnation V lole, follow
ed by Mrs. P. C. Damon, who, as
"Tulip," called the lloweis to vos
peis. A poppy choi us entered, with
their wands subduing the lloweis
"Good Morning" was the opening
in chorus of the second part, suc
ceeded by a choral call for t he choice.
Miss Wiird bioke in on thu ariange
mout as "Hollyhock," placing her
self amongst the aspirants to the
sceptic. Her singing was delight
fully clear, every word ringing out
like tho piovoiliial boll. All the candidate-,
thou snug in choi us, calling
for a decision, and the hermit chose
"Uoso" as queen. Miss Dale made a
lesponso in eveiy way fit for the dig
nity of her flower's elect position.
Little miles of gills as heal her bells
sang her praises, and a coronation
innich with quintet was finely len
deieditsthe elect queen, kneeling,
was invested with a coionetof white
An echo of the lefiain in the coio
uatiou music was superbly icudeied
1 .Miss llalstead and Llua Koliaa.
It cast a delicious spell over the
auditors. A song of gratitude by
the queen was followed by a leliiing
chorus of the lloweis, and this by , a
fine duet between the queen and the
hermit. Then came a grand liunlo
aehoius bv all the flowers, semi-
. ! chorus of the disappointed candi
dates, and solos by the queen and
When it is known that the ladies
assisting in the cantata had onl,v a
few days to look over the music,
their invaiiably excellent lenditious
of their lespective pints is all the
111010 eieditable. Miss Halstead's
able handling of tho school, sud
denlv depiived a few days ago of its
music to, teller, has all the testimo
nial requited in their conduct Satur
day mulling. Piof. Iluiger added
fienh laurels to Iih musical blow by
the able iiiauuei in which ho con
ducted so mini .voung people
lliumgh tfiiuli an elaborate performance.
Supromo Court HcnibiRa Circuit
The following cnes befoie theSu
piemo Court in special teim have
come up since last icpoit:
George Dillingham vs. Hawaiian
Government, trespass on the eao:
exceptions from Oclobei tettn. Fir-t
Circuit, llartwoll for plaint i IT;
Creigliton for defendant -appellant.
Argued and submitted.
In re application of Geo. Titeotnb
for a writ of habeas corpus, Appeal
from Whiting, .1. llattwell for peti
tioner; Attoiney-Geueial for tho
Marshal, respondent. Aigued ami
In re bankiuptcy Tai Lung, ap
peal fiom older ovei ruling plea.
Itartvvell for claimant-: IJiowu for
the assignees, appellant. On this
Judge Cooper, in compliance with
a petition, has appointed Antone G.
Ctinha as guardian of the poi -,011 of
Lilian A. Towksbury. Antone Pony
The accounts of W. (). Smith as
guardian of the Bridges mitiois, also
his accounts as guardian of the 1'a
hau minors, have been appioved by
Eugene I5.il, appointed guaidiau
of Pintna Bal, a minor, is nuthoiied
by Judge Whiting lo expend NKl;l
on tho education of the miuoi. and
his bond is oidered cancelled.
lnthecae of Ixain Tai vs. Ixnu
Yee, a minor, by his fat her and gitnid
ian, Kai Chong, under agreement of
counsel Apiil 111, Chas. L. Hopkins
was appointed a commissioner to
soil curtain ptopcttv at llilo. To
day tho commissioner's icpoit and
accounts were heaid by Judge
Cooper. The piopeitv was sold for
&KXX), which Maishal "Hitchcock, a
0110 who knows the properly, coi li
lies is an exceptionally good pi ice.
Aecoidingly the sale is confirmed by
the Court and disposition of the
proceeds is made. A. IJo-n for pot i- j
tioner; C. Creigliton for thu guaid
UPSET ON TANTALUS ROAD.
Narrow Escapo of tho Occupants of
A party of picnickers including '
Commander Ludlow and some olli
cers of the Mohican and Boston, Mi.
Pttdolf Sproekols, Senhor Canavai 10.
Poittigttese Commissioner, Me-si-.
G01 man, Laidlev, the Mi-se-Spteck-els,
Cornwell, W'iddiliehl, Neumann,
Fineklor. Herbert, Ward. Vidn, Mi-.
Penjes and a ho-t of others wont to
(he top of Mount Tantalus on Sat ur
day. Some of the ladies weie on
horseback, othcis in stincvs with
double teams. After a delightful
time the pnitv was letiiining home,
when, near the top of Punchbowl 011
the Tantalus road, thu collar -trap
of one of the team- in the caiiiage
driven by Mr. Spreckels snapped
and the polo hung to the animal.
One hoise stumbled and both be
came unmanageable. The -111 lev
toppled over on tho road, loitun
ately without sonuus injui to anv
of tho occupants. As it was tliev
had a cloio shave, as had it been
noaroi the edge the vehicle and all
would have tumbled down tlio em
bankment. The paiti letutncd to
The Huu.iniv lefeued lo the dan
gerous condition of pail of the
Mount Tantalus road a few ilay
iigo, owing to washout- caused by
the late heav v tains.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
rtST fsi. .','ir "S;T
104 Iort Sti-eiot, KComolulu.
- s-Jn Hr-J
ill's. A. XiBj.'O
TV, -VT l,r
Tlio combination ot oxrellrnt stnnwcli
I tonics In Hood's harsap.uill 1 h sitclith.it,
vvllh propel iitli'tition to diet, I111I' ciilou
' and even the worst c ie of ds ,( p i.i aro
cuii'd by this 1111 dii inc. Kcidt. .i:
"Having for iomm.i1 jtiis imn grcntly
troiiMeil vltli Im't ; -tl 11, ami lioiic: sficu
II001V3 y.irs.ii' irlll mil', ns-il, 1 cnncluJcd to
v g (&
VJ-' Xi& u
Klvo It a trial. To inj liiiiplii' s :.ml "n it s itlv
f.utloa I fiiuiiil It to be ilic noli icri ilv'ir tills
cntmil iint." Mi.s x. Flsui !.." i,e in sticit
Sin 1 l.lln ii'n, ( il.
Hood's Pills ict imsii t uniRitly aud
elUelontly, on the lhcr .111 1 liov. ch. l'.'c
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children I
The Well-known P. D. Corsets
"Vf;i'.w,Tlie C. P. and R. & G. Corsets
The It. & G. Nursing Corsets. The R, & G. Summer Corsets,
These ate l,ir.i l.oiijr Win t and Well Pitting.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Aie ( omfoital'le and erv I.i(?lit in Weight.
THE P. W. SHOBT, RIDING CORSET
Tho Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
I'or lulilivu, lle-t for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
- (omi: and bv: of u
-Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Cents
i is'i: xiiiiMi:sr ur
HOUS St.. SifiO?1
rwV.r r,. v,wVyv,
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
At tlii'ir 11 ill, Tint Sinet,
MONDAY EVENING, April 24th,
-A.T O O'OLiOOK.
ftS" Ool a liioiteil niimln I nf rickets
soth.it tin loninnl of Kiiosts is issiired.
To Admit Gentleman and Icily
&- To lie
at the tlOl.lir.N ltfl.i:
Tlio Opuia lloiii w.is Fail y
crowded on Sattiiday eioiiiti to
witni'ss tlio Jinnl apiKMriiiK'i' of tlio
Hawaii I'onoi Dininatic- C'oinpain in
tho liistoriotil iliannis, "Lailv of the
Twilight " and "Doath (rCait-iin
Cook." Tlio Hawaiian National Hand
was in atli'iidanoo ami Ii-coihsim1
i'e'illont niiisic. Tlio aoliiif, of tlio
nii'inlu'is ol tho company was or.
orcditiiblo, a yioiit inipioNoinoiil on
pioioiis porfoi maiici's lioinir notioc
tihlo. Tito solos and rlioiiiis i-aino
in for no iittlo hliaro of tlio appl.uui',
which abounded tluoiilintit tlio
poifornninuo. Komolin, ;is Captain
Cook, nitidi' a hit ; and in tlio'-oii,
"Knlo IJiitannin," stipoiti'd y Ins
lii'utcnaiils, broiifdit dow n I ho lion-o,
and tin oiiooii) was diMinmdod. I'or
Hawaiian amatouis I lm (oinp,ui ;is
it wlioll UU dollll OM'I'lll'lllh.
For SAN FRANCISCO,
'i m; ai hi i: vmiiiip
AUSTRALIA ' '
wn.i. i.i:avi: uovoi.ih.ii
ii.u nil i.o i ruin us
Wednesday, April 2Gili,
A. T NOON.
39 IOIRr STREET,
ArTi'.l! TAKlNd 9TOCIC Al.l, KIN'DS 01'
Curtains in White, Cream aud Colored !
At half the former enst.
"Velvet Ss Smyrna. Rugs
In all si H'l'.'th reduced.
Woolen Goads in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
g.tf- In fait we oiler Ininun-e l'.iigmis in all lnirtineiits. &.
;m Drossuulduti Unrtor the aianagement of MISS K. CLARK. ,3
To Lot or liuaso.
'M i.i. coi r.vtii; on
I'uin hliottl stmt, he-
tween 1'iuioi r.lolee ill
4. ii muti i lunch. l!cnt '
,ei iiiDii til. i;niiurc .it second dom iIiom
Nlniinou Chinch. 701-lw
w nofjsi; or rivi;
liioin-', on M.ie'.i.me
-tiet, with lltthiooni, p.it
i lit W. i'., etc. CoiniiiiimU
one of the linest view sin Honolulu,
to (!7.-tf) , .I.M.YI
r, i!i.ocK riiu.M un
let mi i street imi, ,i
nut Convenient Cot-
I ot, t-tahle
t ie of -i Itiioiiis, uiiuo iiJr-ifeJfcS-
le and t IiieUen House Applv
II. It. lIKNIMiV.
at 11 ivv.iliun Iliinlvvnru ( o.'s stoic
'1 he iiniUisi'ii
in I louiili I id
mint j in the I nite
1 aie now rciui'l to
I i ts fi (tin this ciiv lo all
p, acisi: i.oi wirn
il I iirnisheil Hou-c nt
ItviUi, Honolulu. Apply
ii fi iiiliiiK i'lciht
I'm furl In r piiticiil.n
or r.is.ije njipiv to
i Will. G. Irvin & Co., Ltd.,
I Tot-lit (n'liei.il k' "t".
IN Rr MECKAIIoa' BENEFIT
on the pi en
Hall" or .Mis Mintos
TO LET Oil LEASE
t I'.i'lUlll I'lllOII,
LI I.I HA
70 l-t f
Centnil -Meat M.iiKtt.
OAYMl'.N'T 11A.S linilX h I OI'JM'.I) OI-'1
1 lIMioii .V Co.'s Ceitilic.no Xo. L'U7I7
to Mui.v V. Crool., diited April luth iiibt ,
foi f.'O. Tho public ure wiirncil ntiiust its
ncKoiiiilion W. 0. CIIOOIC.
Honolulu, April 17, 1!H. 7tfWH
LotlRo lo Progro3 do rOcoiinio, No. 124,
:i ( oiiioiiition oi-
alih-lii'l innlirthi l..iu- of tin- llaw.iiiiiu
l-lui'N, his ,iii-u:uil to the l'iw in such
en -is oiaoii 'Hid luov nod, dillv 1, led m the
Ollice of the Mini-lei ol the Intciioi, a
I'C'tiliini toi the Dissolution ot the s,,il
I I oi p nation, tomlim Willi a ciiiiIUmK
, uii Klo uniicMil, .is ii pined hv 1 ivv . now
Xotlie is hen liv (siven lo nnv mid nil
ocisiois who Iiiivi Ii in or me now niter-
1 elnl ill aii.v liniiiiier vvh llsnevvr in Hie
I said Coipoialiou, null olijiitioiis to the
prmithiK ot tin- - ml IVlltion iint-i ho Hied
1 III thu ollice of the Ulidcl -iKIlcd on ol l,i -
foio Wi;i)XIM)AY, the liltluliv of Mm,
l'll, Hinl th.il nnv pcisonoi pel iiiiHile-u-,
ini; lo iu hi ml ihcieon, mils! ho in nt-
teuilunee tit the ollice ol ihe iiinleisi(;ui d
I in Allioluni Hale, Honolulu, ut IU o'ciocl.
v. vi. oi Mini iliiv, to fhow i.uisu wnj sum
Petition shiiuld'iiol I hi LTiuitcd.
J. A. KIM!,
M inislcii ol the lutei'loi.
Intel lor Olllie, Miiicli'JO, Ib'U.
"MU'iOlTUii: AT .NO.
1 is Kinu stui t, latch
5. I IVV JSen li,,til
uiitiiiiuiiK tltcirooms, I'.ir- -IdiiiS-
icciipied liv M
i or, DiuiUK-rooiii, Ivilclieu .nut 1 itliinom ,
-mlile in viiid; Aile-iin W.itei laid on.
l''or piiuiiiil.ns and icons, .ipplv to
AUIi. I r.ltNANDl,..
Uli-lf nt 1.. u, Hull ,v s..n'
Ifll.l)INii ( uNH.sl-
1. illg of liiioin-, Ivll
ii n, MiiiiII ll.ick.vnril mid
ide i iitrmice, in -iiii
ii eupicd u ii sictdlei v shop
li Hie oiisiiii - ii nt ot l lie
lij .lose I)i.it,
town nint ecu-
,-,, . rt -Mifiiir'tiM
i.ill. located Tor pirln iilnis tipiilv to
i. in va,
On the pniut:c
1 In letter.
'piiuiu; wn.i. m: mui'.tixo or
1 l.ii'liii) le I'logieMle I Oceaniu, No. Ul,
at its hull on KhiL' slicei hulwion Itethel
ami run, nuts (Mouiij) i;vi;nin(.,
April '-'I, nt 7:.io o'ciocl,, lor
Itr.Otl.VII .MoMIII.V llimi.NMS.
Meinhers of lliiwiiiltiu Lodge itml nil
i-ojoiiruhiK llrethreiutii iriteiiuull.v inviuul
to he piuciit
liv oidei of tlie . M .
1. II. i:i:i)Wl!l),
70'1-lt ei i ci u i v.
A."Piai"rj as, 1893.
By the Bark "11. HackfeliT
A M.N Sl'l'l'I.Y Ol'-
rpin: i.Aiit.r, iiiti;
1 mid C iilie .i.ilooii of
Love's ii, ilii n on .Niui.iuii
-ticet. 'I lie Itoouif :in
JJnJiI Ulld Mx-s. 'Iheseuii M'i.irute ftoin
i rhe li.iKer.s. 'ihe Lakers is mill iuopeni-
tion unit will hiivu ti 'iore foi i hi ,ie of
Ulead, ( 'lilies, I'iov, ut., leljonihn,' the pic
i sent one. l'oi' fuithei piitieuhirs upplv lo
I 11. i. MAMIX,
j 7W-lvv on the pu hum's,
I l'OIl SALE
The iinder-inned lire prepared to nivu in
ti inline; Tourists ihe itilviiutiie of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Kills Of Til
Finv Job i'tlntlnu til llullittn Ojjlce,
1819 74lh 1.0.0. F. AHM1YKRSARY 1893
Mtni: .Mi:.Miu;uri of r,.Nu:i.Hitui
1 Unlne, No. I, lluiiiiiiuy Loilui , No. .1,
I'aellle Hehelvtih Iidtte, No. 1, Mint vhliiiin
llieiuliiri. tind their liiinilniii arc eorilhill)
Inviud toiuiind ihe AiinivcrMH'v i'. Jfln.i
tlun to lie held Ut ilui iin'tiy ljilll, kiurf
irout. n Wj.l!ai;mY lSVlir.Ji.o,
roit si.i; it "v -
I-I. HAOKFELD & GO.
Imioihi II AMI DlIAll.ll IU
Gent's. Ladles' anil Clilltlron's Boots, Shoes
llu 11 ivi.l lei Xtiiiuin! utri'er, "l'nti i'k
jllm k. ' .ipj.-lu Mercliiitil tti.'el
IIJI LiWll iS'l'Wti
1 MY017 lima.
rpni: two imi.ci;h or
1 l'ionn wnli the
iiiiililhiris thctoon, Minuted
011 Ml e, situ 1, mill ut pie-
1 nt im'i iiiiled hv Musin. t
,1. )owiie,, liolh In litK opposite ihe icm
di lice of ,1 It Aliiel it'll , l aeh ol lie m pie
in e tlie lirlnitin 111 1111 iiiiiiiltil li lit il of
'.'.'. mid il line o poitiiu I., is he.iliv
olli rid uu.voue who 1 desinms oi owning
.1 men eoinforl ihle home m 11 i;uoi loi n
lii.v v 11 li in ti few minutes' wtill. of enti
lnwii. foi I ruis tipplv in
titn-tf JiiN I . Col. Ill .N.
.ws lUiWHiih 10 i.i;r uy nil.
,4 il.i.v , week or mouth' licp.ilriii,:,
,,l ItMiiiuit unit islmipenitiu done, Ihipllc.ue
I'ieco furniho4 nliolireij lined. Mnehhiis
I lUilitut (or and ruturiiud. AIo, Hep drills
liurden !lol! in hid, I'ttll do uii.Mhlui,
iliiecHi,v u round the hoilMi ur etllhle
llluu 1111 Wot mil Teiiiplionii 1,'ij.
m-ti s f iiitinn:tH.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of Sctrx Pi'anoiBoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of TsTow Zealand,
ter- further particulars muy ho hud
in. C. ffiYIN ft CO.
V NY AM' Al.l. I'KllMiNh
A rid inn. ilrivinu or oiliurtvlw
illll mi tlie JvMtilulMOl l'Hrk llueu 'lmitk.
WWtUOl tlif iMMMMKirv iwinij. vaIIJ Ihj pro-
u. u. ni;iiiiiii,
eUiVttfi. (U n?
unit 1 1 and jironijifiy