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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOHER 1. 189-'.
Leave Honolulu. .0:16
Arrive Honolulu .8:35
Arrlvo Pearl City
Lcnvo rcnrlOlty..O :rr
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Satmdays only.
Saturdn) a excepted.
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LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Another Chinese opium smoker
vvns anosted Inst tiifjf lit .
Tlio house nniiiheiiug bill passed
seeond readiu yestoiday.
Diainoiul Head, i) p. in. Weather,
elmuly; wind, fresh east.
Mr. V. L. Wileo presided in the
District Court yesterday and to-day.
Mr. Thomas Sorenson is confined
to his house in Nuuanu avenue with
Mr. Thurston has been offered the
1 u. in. run. u in. p.m.
24! ... 0 20 7 SO 5 !0,
25 0 20 1 10 8 0 0 10
20' 0 40 2 0 8 15 7 10
271 1 20 2 20 8 .10 8 11
23 2 10 3 0 8 45 I) 0
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29 40 3 20 I) 20 V
10. 4 20 4 0 !1 30 10 10, f 2'J
5 31' 0 2.1
5 .1) (1 2.1
5.12 G 21
5 .11 0 24
5 31 0 21
Full JIniin on tliu 'lOtli at Cli. fiiin p. m.
'llniu Whistle blows at Hi. 2Mii. Ma. p.m. of
Honolulu time, wlilult is the saino us 12h. Urn.
0s. of Uiccnwlch time.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, APRIL 2o, 1893.
Tui-sim, April '25.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, for San
Am bktne Klikitat, Cutler, for San Traii-
eis-oo, via Kuliului
Stmr V G Hull for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Kaala for Kaliuku and Punalulu at
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktno Katie Fliekinger, Mcltae, for
Sun Francisco via Kuliului
fatnir I'elo for Makuwelt
Vor San PiaucNco, per li.uk Andrew
"Welch, April til O.uit N C Haley, wife
and family, V Haley, Hardy lirnls, w in
Kiihl and biinona (Jap).
For Muni mid Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, April 23 Volcano: M A Dudley.
AV.i ports: Mrs nice, Miss li.ildwiu, Mi-.
Adams, Mrs 1' Kelii, A Keliinihc, A Djer,
Alex Lindsay, Mis C 1 Iuukea, Mrs
AViight and 'M deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikuhula, April 25
Mr and MrsBrjant, AM Spioull, Mr
Corbett, A S Wilcox, G N 'Wileox, Miss
AYilcox, C Foss, 0 IJ Howard, H 1' Bald
win, Aug Dreier, JJ K Foss, Sirs Foss and
3 children, A Kco and wife. Mrs J Kaui, M
J Periena and wife, and others.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
HBMS Royal Arthur from England
H il M S Teiueruiro from England
H S Mariposa, Hay ward, from San Fran
cisco, due May 4.
S S Monowni, Carey, from the Colonies,
due May 4.
Am bktne S G Wilder. Grifliths, from San
Francise, due April 22.
Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Francisco,
due April 30.
Am bktne W H Dimond, Nilson, from San
Francisco, duo Apill 23.
Am 4-masted tehr Lj man D Foster, Drj er,
from Newcastle, N S V
Am 4-m King Ojrus, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 5-10
Am 4-m bktne W 11 Hume, from New
castle, N S W, April 25-30
Br bk Gainsboiough, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 25-30
Bk Lamorna, fiom Newcastle, N S W,
Bk Amy Turner, from Boston, dne May
Am bkt Amelia from PortTownsend
Tho Catholic Fair will bo con
tinued at the Borolnnin sticot Arm
ory on Saturday evening.
Tho cantata, "Tho Flower Queen,"
will bo repeated at tho Kawaiahao
Church somo time this week.
Tho Pacific Wheolnion will hao a
drill in tho Boretania shoot armory
at 7 o'clock to-morrow evening.
This evening tho Hawaiian Na
tional Band will givo a farewell con
cort at tho Hotel to tho tourists.
Ono fiuo of S50 ajrainst a China
man for smoking opium was leooid
cd in tho District Court this morn
ing. J. L. Osmer, a member of the
Droi Hundied, has succeeded Cap
tain Walker as turnkey at tho Sta
tion. One eho fa arrest was made this
morning. Friends of tho prisoner
promptly furnished ?2."i0 bail for his
There wore two full moons in
March, tho second timo tho last day,
and this month has full moon on its
J. Paakaula has been gi anted S23
by tho Provisional Government for
damasro done his house by a shot
from a guard.
Mr. Geo. N. Wilcox, ox-Minister
of tho Interior, is announced as Sher
iff of Kauai and Niihau. in place of
his brother, Mr. Samuel W. Wilcox,
Turnkoy Walker, who was locked
up for allowing a prisoner to escape,
is out on bail. E. C. Crick secured
his release jesterday afternoon un
der 300 bond.
Captain X. C. Haley, wifo and
familj weio passengers by the Ha
waiian baik Andrew Welch this
attornoon. l . . ilalov, lately em
ployed iu tho Post Ollico, is also a
W. H. Lent5, the individual who
walked into custody on Saturday
last, having made good the 10 ho
was charged with appropiiating
fiom tho Fashion Stables, has had
the charge against him withdiawn.
Saturday evening tho new organ
in Cential Union church will bo m
auKurated with a musical festival
free to the public. Dill'eiont organ
ists will play cm tho instiuinent and
four church choirs will render vocal
Mr, E. Hopkins will leave on tho
S. S. Australia to-nioriow to niako
arrangements in tho United States
lor a tour by tho Hawaiian .National
band. Tho band will leave on tho
following trip of tho Austialia for a
tour of the States.
Captains Juenaud Schloinniorand
lioutouaut Hookauo made a raid on
a Japanese distillorj- on Maunakea
streot this aftoi noon. They captur
ed tho owner, NaUauisi, and a full
distilling outfit, including a bairol
of Japanese liquor.
OAVTAIN COOK LODGE.
Delightful Social and Danco of tho
Sons of Bl. Qoorgo.
Captain Cook Lodge, Sons of St.
Geoige, gave anothor of thoir series
of popular socials at their lodge
loom on Fott street yesterday even
ing. The hall was crowded by tho
mnmhurt nnd their families and
friends. Lodge business was des
patched at an early hour. Dancing
began shottly aftoi 8 o'clock to
music by a string band, and was
kept up at inteivals until midnight.
Between tho company dances there
were songs by Messrs. Tumor and
Wilkinson, and exhibitions of jig
dancing b Messrs. Mnrkham of tho
U. S. S. Boston and J. F. Ashworth
tho barber. In tho midst of tho ball
a bounteous repast of toothsoino re
freshments, prepared by tho wives
and sisters of members, was served
to tho evident relish of tho guests.
Tho committee, of arrangements
wore perfect in thoir supervision
and everything went merr' as a
tnairiago boll. Those pleasant little
socials of tho Sons make most agree
able breaks in tho monotony of life
in Honolulu and are growing in
popularit, as evidenced in yostor
day evening's event. Tho party
broke up about midnight with tho
singing of "Auld Lang Syne" and
all wont homo happy iu the lomom
branco of a delightful ovoning, and
gladly anticipating the nest iu the
Among those present wore: Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Wright, Miss J. Wright, Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Uoynolds, Miss Roy
nolds, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Harris,
tho Misses Harris, G. Harris, A. Har
ris, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Walker, Miss
Walker, Mr. and xMrs. G. Turner,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ashworth, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Hairison, Mr. Markhani,
Mr. and Mrs. John Nott, Miss Short,
Miss Cross, Mrs. Nichol, Mr. and
Miss McCorriston, Mr. White, W.
Richardson, H. Wilkinson, J. Dodd,
G. Poitor, T. Christloy, Captain
Smith, Captain Fitzgerald, Mr. Ed
niouds, J. Wright, Jos. Tiukor, J.
Cunningham, Mrs. Cunningham. D.
W. Roach, Miss Cunningham, Miss
Hart, D. Davis, Geo. Young, E. B.
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W. Roe, R.
Day, Mr. Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Barker, Mr. and Mrs. P. Braun, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Rodanot, II. Giles, J.
Sutherland, A. W. Bolster, T. P.
Soveiin. G. Manson, Miss Cowan, C.
F. Peterson, Mr. Heilbron and Mr.
POLICE WATCH ALARMED.
The barkontino Katie riickinuor. Cap
tain Mcltae, clearod to-day for Kuliului in
ballast, to load sugar for Sun Francisco.
The Klikitat will leave this afternoon for
the hiiinu port in tow of the steamer Cluud
ine. The line Hawaiian steel bark Andrew
Welch, Captain Drew, severed connection
with the old Custom House wharf at 1: 15
o'clock this afternoon foi the Coast with
27,114 bags sugar, weighing 3,187,Tl lbs.,
and valued at !)i,57J.0')j and 200 empty
gasoline drums, 8 uiscs ice-cream frtcus
und 2A00 Manila eigais. The shippers of
domestic produce were: C. Brewer it Co.,
10,075 bogs; T. H. Duvios .v, Co., 7c.!'l bugs;
C. iV, 0 2800 bags sugar.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
tender tho Raymond &i Whitcomb
tourists a farewell concert this ovon
ing. It will take place at tho Ha
waiian Hotel, commencing at 7:!1()
o'clock. Tho following is tho pro
gram: l'UIT .
March Good Hope (new) dander
Overture Semi raniido.. Itusslni
Polka Twin Brothers (now). Meyrolles
Solo bj twororiictf.
Selection Tiuvhiru inew) Wuli
Three Hawaiian bongs.
J I m L in :i 1 1 1 1
-Auld l.aug Hjnu.
i'olka Dedication (now )
Walt Tho lllrd of l'uuullhu (new )
. , . . . Desalllncs
Muii'li Tu-rii-ru-boom-dir-e (new) Witt
Tho many cases of rheumatism
cured by Chainbm Iain's Pain Balm
during tho past few months have
given the people great coulideuco
iu its curative propel ties, and have
shown that there is one piepaiatioii
that can bo depended upon lor that
painful and aggiavatiug disease,
llonaker Bros., Loiain, Ohio, say:
"Mr. Moses Pi ice, or this place, wn
troubled with lheuiuatiHiii fflra long
time. Chamberlain'H Pain Balm has
uured him. He says that thu Balm
has no equal." For sale by all deal
erti. BeuKon, Smith ic Co,, agents
for thu Hawaiian Islands,
A prisoner named Wilson escaped
from tho gang working at the Ka
moiliili quarry between 2 and .'3
o'clock this afternoon. Wilson is
tho man who stole twenty-seven
watches belonging to a Japanese
watchmaker on April 3d and ple.uled
guilty on tho 5th inst. Wilson was
sentenced to six months' imprison
ment at hard labor.
Tho Star states that the Bulletin
story about a salesman in an uptown
store wearing a Hawaiian flag to at
tract native trade is not tiue, and
that "probably the rumor grew out
of the lact that the linn in question
handles Hawaiian Hags." As the
salesman mentioned exposes the only
Hawaiian Hag in the store (ha! ha!),
tho Star does not know what it is
"Is this a jira er meet ing?" quei ied
tho remorseless punster, .1. Moit
Oat, in whom tho tiding pasion is
not quelled by the burdens of ollice.
"Why?" returned the equally invet
erate offender. Chief Cletk Hasin-
gor. "I thought I heaid snmeono
say, 'Let us spray!'" was the c.iltn
rejoinder. And one lone blown bug
hastened nwiy to covert under the
roots of the shiub whoso foliage it
comes out nightly to uevotir. il
didn't want any 'Vina" in its food.
Now SailorG' Homo.
All entile block between Riehaids
and Alakeastieets, flouting on ll.tle
kauila street, will be occupied by
the piojoctoilS.iiloin' Home. Thoio
will bo huge spaces on all sides ol
the building foi shading and orna
menting with tieesauil plants. ,vir.
C. B. Itiplc,, architect, will open
teudeis for electing the building on
May I, and if the ii'stilt be satisfac
tory const! net ion will begin foith
Mi. Thomas LiinUnv, Deputy Dis
trict Chief Raugei, will this evening
institute C'ouit Cuuiieiis, Ancient
Oidei of Foresteis, at I'vlhiau hall
on Foil meet. Theie will be
Ivvuuty live new members initiated.
All Ancient Foicstomof good stand
ing aiecoidiallv invited to attend,
Captain Schlemmer and a Squad.
Promptly Respond and Discover
There was a flurry around tho Po
lice Station between 2 and 3 o'clock
this morning, consequent on an
fdaim given by Turnkoy Osmor that
someone was ti.ving to bieak into
some of tho ollices on Chancery
Lane (Kaahumanu street). Ostnor
leported that he had heaid a noise
like what would no caused oy
breaking in a door. Captain Schlem
mer on going out heard the same
noise, convincing himself that a
burglar was indeed operating somo
wheie. The captain sent Lieutenant
Hookauo for reinforcomonts, and
tho latter soon had four "tried men
and true" blue gathered. One of tho
men was posted at each corner, thus
commanding tho whole short street.
In tho meantime tho thumping con
tinued. A ladder was secured and
Captain Schlemmer scaled tho wall
from Merchant street in tho rear of
F. A. Schaefer !c Co.'s storo. Gain
ing tho inside ho crawled along and
went over anothor fence in tho rear
of A. Rosa's law ollice, but nobody
was iu sight. Tho captain found tho
rear of A. P. Peterson's oflico open
and entered. When the ollicor en
tered the yard tho thumping stop
ped, but while ho was searching in
sido it was again heard, this time be
ing located in the yard. Captain
Schlemmer acting on the instant
rushed out and his eyes wore ro
w aided with tho discovery of tho
distumor. It was a hor.so impatient
ly pawing tho ground!
FIRE INSURANCE RATES.
Sundry Bankruptcy Oases
Works in Equity.
M. F. Scott of Knilua, Hawaii, and
Lam Kai Wing of Honolulu sovor
ally ask for discharge from bank
ruptcy. C. Bolto, assignoo, has filed return
of a second and final dividend in the
bankrupt estato of Tom Gow. The
first dividend was 20 percent, tho
second is 7.85'.) porcont.
A hearing is down for to-morrow
at 10 o'clock, boforo Judge Whiting,
of E. K. Nahaololua et at. vs. Ka
aahu ot al.
Anothor hearing for to-morrow is
of tho complaint of Margaret Camp
boll against N. Hookauo et al.
Judge Cooper will givo a hearing
at 10 o'clock to-morrow to a petition
in equity for injunction by the Ha
waiian Soap Works Co. against
Thomas W. Rawlins. At the lirst
ot this year Mr. Rawlins sold out his
own soap works and took stock of
tho par value of $7-100 in tho Hawai
ian boap works Lio., at tho same
time entering into an engagement
as manager for tho company for a
specified salary, and agrooing not to
mako soap on his own accouut for
throe j'oars. On tho 21st inst. F. W.
MoChosnoy, presidont of tho com
pany, dismissed Rawlins from his
position as mauagor on the ground
that ho was not attending properly
to the businoss. Rawlins refused to
surrondor charge of tho works to
McChosnov unless tho company
bought his stock at its par value and
cancelled tho agreement auovo-men-tioned,
or unless tho company paid
him 10,000 for his shares in it. Tho
compauy theroforo petitions for an
injunction to restrain Rawlins from
interfering iu any way with tho man
agement or chargo or control of tho
business and property of tho com
pany. Judge Cooper has issued a
temporary injunction to tho offect
prayed for, which has been served
on Rawlins by Police Captain Jueu,
and tho hearing to-morrow is for tho
purpbse of deciding whether tho in
junction is to bo made absolute. F.
W. JYicUhosuoy has hlod an approved
bond in 1000, to compensate tho
defoudaut iu case the plaintiff does
not mako good its complaint.
WHAT A MERCHANT SAYS.
By Actual Tost tho Bulletin is tho
Best Advertising- Medium.
A prominent merchant of Hono
lulu, who advertises in tho Bulletin,
and who knows when ho has a good
thing, in a conversation this morn
ing romarked, "Our firm boliovo iu
advertising and mako it a point to
ascortain whore tho best results are
had. Wo have advertised cortain
articles in tho Bulletin- and others
in tho Advortisor, and vice versa. In
ovorj instance those advertised in
tho Bulletin have been entirely dis
posed of, while the others woro not.
Wo accordingly concluded that a
better medium for advertising our
wares could not bo found."
Two proporties woro recently ad
vertised to lie sold at auction. One
was advertised in the Bulletin, the
other was not. Tho propert' adver
tised in this papor was sold at a good
price; tho other property, advertised
olsowhero, was withdrawn for want
N. S. SACHS
104 IPort Street, Honolulu.
Mr, David il. Jordan
of Eiimcston, N. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
X Complete Curt by IIOODB
This Is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and ono of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourtocn years aeo I had on Mtoclcpt tho
Emrol, and have slnco boon Uoubled wlta my
Liver and Kidneys
gradually growing worse. Threo years ngo I
got down so low that I conldtcnrcely wnlU.
I looked more like a corpio than a living being.
I had no appetlto and tor iho wcoks I ate
nothing but Rrnnl. I was Imrily emaciated
and had no more color than a marble Matae.
Hood's Sarsnparlllft was recommended and I
thought 1 would try It . Before I liad finished
the first bottlo I noticed that I felt better, suf.
fcred less, the inOnmniiilita or Ibe bind
der had subsided, tho color began to roturn to
my faoe. and I brgaa to feel hnnsry. After
I had taken three bottle I could cat anything
without hurting me. Why, I got so hungry
that I had to eat 6 times a day. I have now
fully recovered, thanks to
I !! Yrcll nnd nm wm.
mo marvel to see mo so well."
All who know
D. M. JOttDAlT.
HOOD'S PILL8 thebest after-dinner PU1,
uilit dUeitton, cure hedch and bulonineM.
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children I
The Well-known P. D. Corsets "
KvThe C. P. and R. & 6. Corsets
The R, & G. Nursing Corsets, The R. & G, Summer Corse s,
Theso nru Ktrn Long YVnist ninl Well 1'ittlng.
Hadm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Are Comfortable nnd Very Light In WVIght.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
For Children, Host for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded "Waists for 40 cts.
COMK AND Sim OUIl
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Cents
A KINK ASSORTMENT OP
The Kalihi Fair
WILL 111'. CONT1NUKI) ATTHK
Saturday, April 29.
tfKOM 1 V. M. TO 10 l M.
Under the Management of Mrs. Waixhi
and Mits. Wliiox, und the Superinten
dence of lUv. FvTin-R t'l KMIST,
for Church Purposes.
KOKi:iGN nnd HAWAIIAN;
Frizes to lie Drawn, Grab Box,
loe Cream & Refrcshmitnts !
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
IB. F. EHLBRS Sc (DO.
S3 FOR.T STR.ISEIT.
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former lost.
"Vrvt & Smyrna, ZR.-u.gs
In nil sies greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
In fact wo oiler Immense Iturg tins iu ill Departments.
VS Dressmaking tinder the management of MISS K. CLARE. .(S3
To Lot or lioaso.
SMALL COTTAGE ON
I'umhhoul btrcet, he-
Measures Looking to a Reduction by
tho Board of Underwriters.
SMART STOCK DEAL.
An Amateur Broker Drops
When He Thought He
Scooping It In.
A block of ton shares of Mutual
Toluphono Co.'s stock was bought
to-day at S-15 a sharu, or J5 abovo
par valuo. Tho purchaser thought
ho was getting tho stock at $T below
par, only discovering his mistake
when ho sold tho btock at par to
President "Widoniann. Ho only ask
ed for par and was rathor astonished
to hnu ho was JmOu out instead of iu
when tho transaction was completed.
Altogether it was intended to bo a
binart deal of tho Wall street order,
but tho dealer had not studied tho
market sullicioutly boforo plunging.
Rooms to lot with board at llani
Tickets may he hud before the day.
TIloIIWlAllVit NVTIO.SW. It mi will
be in attendance during the whole time.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
btrcet, with Bathroom, pat
ent VV . C et.'. OoiiiiiiuiidH
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONE BLOCK FItOM BE
retauia street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
taiza n f Six Rooms. Laree
I,ot, Stable and Chicken House. Apply to
E. K HENDUY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'k store.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
2-Story Brick building
with Pleasant Grounds.
formerly the residuneu of the
Hurt, situate on Nuuanu
School street. Terms easy
A IK AOKE LOT WITH
l'urnixlied Hou-e at
Some time ngo tho Honolulu
Boaid of Lndorvvritorn decided to
employ an opert for tho purpose of
assisting it in a revision of lire in
Miraneo lating for Honolulu. Ac
cordingly -Mr. F. A. Schaofor, chair
man of tho Boaul, wrote tho Pacific
Insurance Union of San Francisco
to oniraLce a Miitablo man. In res
ponse to tho chnii man's letter
.Mr. Thomas J. Conroy, assis
tant manager of the Pacific
Union, at rived by tho steamer
Austialia last week. Since his
auival lie has got over a good deal
of gioinul iu inspecting tho condi
tions of fun iislvs. Thus far tho
local insiuance men are satisfied that
Mr. Com o is a capable export. Thoy
believe that on lii-. repoit, to bo ren
dered to-moirow, tho Board will see
its waj clear to make a revision of
tateswith leduction within tho lire
limits, which coi respond practically
with the business poition of the J
e'ltj. Tho San Francicu Union will i
have nothing to do with tho Houo-'
lulu latiuir, any more than it has
i hud iu tho past. Theie is no divi-1
I sum of juiisdictiou between the j
local JJoaid of Unilorw titers and any '
, outside bod.v. The Pacific Union
i simplv lespo'uded kindly and judi
icioiiifv to the Honolulu Uoaidsro
iiiO't'loi the service-! of an export
I to mnke tlio inspection required for
an intelligent invision of tho rates.
Tim more Chamberlain's Cough
Ifeineily in used the better it is liked.
We know of no other lomcdy that
1 alwavs gives satisfaction. It is good
1 when )ou liiit catch cold. It is
good when our cough is seated and
iiiii luug- are sole. It is good in
any kind of a cough. Wo have sold
tvventi-livo doon of it and every
, bottle has given satisfaction. Ktod-
i man tV Friedman, duiggistn, Miiiuo-
"Does the captain say whether uo sota Lake, Muni. r() cent bottles
shall bieak tho iccoid or not J" for wile by all dealois. llensoii,
"Yo, lie savs the locordor theboiloi i bmltli .t (Jo agenlh for tho Htivvul
muHt go." "How lovely!,' Til-Uitt. iun Manila.
Root Boor on draught at Bonsou,
Smith tc Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith Sj Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Touiu. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
A comfortable cottage, well fur
nished, is wanted on tho plains. Ad
dress "P.," Bulletin ollice.
Dr. McLennan, 1!U Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
uses. Mntiinl Titli.nlmmt M'2.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will ci n-
tinuo giving instruction in privato
and in classes; Fronch, Spanish,
and Latin. Jiesidonce, Alakoa street,
near Y. M. C. A.
late H. J.
seekini; or closing bar-
will pay you to scan
NOTE Before seekmi;
eains cNcwhcre. it will
our coluiuu, und to at once consult the
umliiriiigiiLd at their ollice.
Ctf- We keep Property in l'rat-el.iss
Condition. Our ttnns are moderate and
as I.indlords we will alwujs be found rta
Honuble in our duilings.
ttf Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIuHT,
"Curtvv right Building," Merchant street.
lwilei, Honolulu. Apiilv
board "W. (1. Hull" or Mrs. Hafltos
on the premises. 701-1!
TO LET OR LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
JL '$ KiiiK street, lutelj
occupied by Mr. M. S. Ix'vy,
contuiiiimr.l lJedrooius, I'ur-
lor, Diiniig-rooiii, Kitchen nnd llathroom;
Slnblo in vurd; Ariesinn Wutur hiiil on.
For imrticiilurs und terms, apply to
at E. O. Hull A bens'.
Fine Job I'rintimi ul the Hitllrtin Office.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al hlEAMSHII'
IN RE MECHANICS' BENEFIT
WHEREAS, THE MECHANICS'
lleuellt Union, a Corporation es
tuhlbhed under the Ijihs of the Hawaiian
Islands, has pursuant to the luw In sueli
(Uses nindu und provided, duly filed at tho
Otlice of the Minister of the Interior, a
1'etition for the Dissolution of the said
Corporation, together with a certificate
thereto unnoied, us required by luw ; now
Notice is hereby given to any and all
persons who have been or are now inter
ested in any manner whatsoever in tho
said Corporation, that objections to the
ur.intini: of the suid Petition must bo Hied
in the ollice of the undersigned on or be
fore WEDNESDAY, tho '21th da) of Mn,
' ls'JJ, and that any person or persons desir
I Ing to be heard thereon, must be in ut
i tendance at the ollice of the tllldvrsignid
in Alliolnnl Huh), Honolulu, ut 10 o'clock
. m. of said day. to show cnusu why said
Petition should not bo grunted.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, March 'Hi, lb H.
ing of 1 Rooms, Kit
chen, Kiiiull l).ick)tird and
side entrance, ut lire-sent
occupied as a saddlery shop by Jose Dins,
in tlio business purt ol tuc town umi ecu
trally located. For imrticulars uiiply to
On the premises or by letter.
Walluku, March -J l. 084-lw
'pHE LARUE STORE
L and Collee hnlooii of
Love's It.ikci on iNiiuiiliu
trcet. Tho" Rooms nro
rJxJ! and 'Jiix2S. These are scimrute from
thellukerv. 'lbellnkery is still in
lion aim win uuve
Dread. Cukes. Pies
xeut one. For furtl
H. 11. MASON.
at-lw on the piiiuises,
The undersigned urn prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
llakery is still in opera- Nf . i? T L
:xk?. Chicaao $ Return
ther parliciilursapplj to V1X1VW'0 llUUUlll
CONNECTION WITH THE fcTE..M
ERh OF THE
Hood's 1'ilK euie
diee, biliousness, siel
liver ills, jaun
; lieadaehc, i'oii-
' ' AUSTRALIA ' '
W1I.I. LEAVE HONOLULU
Kill rilK MlliVE TOUT ON
Wednesday, April 26th,
I Tho undernigned are now iireiured to
Insiie Through Tlcl.ei from thin oil) to all
points ill the Culled Slutori,
For further puiilculurs regarding Freight
or I'iumiku uppl) tu
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
701-U Usiiuml Auentt,
Now European I
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
omv iwo hum ks iiiom
Main Entrance to the Fair I
HlU-.lls Uttli Terruce, Cliluigo.
Rales; $1 per Day & Upward. 1st Class Cafe.
TWO PIECES OK
Proiicrtv with the
lluildings thereon, situated
on Kiiiu stuet. and ut nre-
-eiil oicunied b Mossrs. H. Nowleiiiuud
.1, Downey, botn being opposite the resi
dence of .1. II. Athertou; each of these pre
mises uro bringing in an annual rental of
$Mi, and a line opportuuit) Is lierebj
o lie red an v ono who is desirous of owning
it nice eoiufortable home iu u good lowi
lil) within a feu minutes' walk of our
town. I'or terms npiilv to
IN K. COL1UIRN.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of Sail jni'iixioiaoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of Now Zealand.
LAWN MOWERS TO LET I1Y THE
dii), week or mouth Repniriug,
Cleuiiing und Hhurpeuiug done, UiiplUate I
Pieies furnished when required, Miieblnes
culled for nnd returned. A! mi, Repairing
Harden Hose-In fact, can do anything
uercHbur) around the house or stable.
Ring nit Mutual Telephone Ifi.'.
JWl.tr N K. llUROEhK.
ALL PEIIhONH POUND
iik. driving or olhurwlcn tresnasii.
lug mi the huplohuil Park Ituco Tiuck,
wlllioui tliu ntecxary
Purther p.irtioulars may tie hud
Wm. G. IttWIN A GO.
ry iicruill, will he pro
0. t). llEROEIt,
CHOUfflt (I I the
neatly dint iiromjify