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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
THE OLD ADAMS.
FROM AND AFTEU OCTOUEK 1. 1M12.
A.M. I'.M. T.M.
Irt'iivo Honolulu. ..0:15
Arrive Honolulu. .8:33
Feaiu. City Local.
I.cnvo Honolulu G:10 ....
Arrlvo Pearl City 5:48 ....
Leave Pearl City..0:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excoptcd. t Saturdays only.
Arrival of the Familiar Warship
Fourtoon Dayu F"rom Vallojo.
Tlio U. S. S. Adams, ouo oMhy
rouinunts of old-typo naval nruliitoe
turc, arrived from San Francisco and
dropped anchor botweon tho U. S.
S. Boston and tho Jnpnnnso oruisor
Nanivn at (i:l)8 oVlock (his morning.
A Bulletin reporter boarded her
and elicited tlio following informa
tion: Tho Adams left Vallojo at
51:15 o'clock on tho 12th insl., and
crossed tho bar at. 12:30 o'clock.
Had nloasant weather throughout
tho passage, which was luado alter- i hundred and seven souls.
nntolv uuuor sail aim steam, li
City at 10
Tt was raining at Poarl
o'clock this morning.
A found garment, was restored to
its owner to-day through tho Bulle
In tho report headed "Smart Stock
Deal" yesterday a surplus cipher
mado $500 out of .$50.
Tho outgoing foreign mail by tho
S. S. Australia consisted of 11,017
loiters and 2710 papers.
The S. S. Australia canied awav a
full list of passongors comprising two
Tides, Sun and Moon.
11Y c. J. J.YON8.
a a a h p. a p a
P S t- Si c. p c.
n.in. n.m.n.iii. ti.tii.
Mon. 24 .... 0 40, 7 HO H l!0 5 ill' P. 23 2 0
runs. 23 o 20 10 8 oo an a :s:i u 2.1 s :ri
Wed. 20' 0 40 2 0 8 l.r 7 10 5 !12 2.1 R IS
Thiirs. Ml 1 20 2 20 8 SO 8 15. 0 :tl G 24 :i 411
I'll. 28' 2 10 3 0 8 45 9 0 fi 31 li 24 4 18
11.111. 11.111. I I
Snt. 29 :i 40 20 n 20 xi n no 0 25 4 49
Sun. 30 4 20 4 0 9 30 10 10 5 29 0 25 5 20
M I 1 '
Full MiMin on the sntli nt Cli. 52111. p. 111.
Time Whistle blow h ut Hi. 28m. 31a. p.m. or
Honolulu time, which is the same its 12h. Om.
0. of (Jiccmrlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2(5, 1893.
Adams comes to relievo tho U. S. S.
Mohican, which will leave on Satur-
day for tho 13ohring Sea. Com
mander Thomas Nelson is still in
command of tho old warship, ho,
with a fow others of tho ollicers, be
ing familiar to Honolulu soeioty.
With the oxcoption of a few
changes in tho porspnnol of tho men
on tho oruisor, sho is tho samo old
Adams as was hero last year, carry
ing about 153 men and tho same
Lieutenant J. II. C. Collin, execu
tive officer on tho Adams, will bo
transferred to tlio U. S. S.Boston, as
navigator. Ho will bo relieved by
Lieutenant Norton, who is expected
by tho next steamer from tho Coast.
A query as to whothor tho xVdauis
brought any advices for tho U. S.
Commissioner was met with a reply
in tho negative.
Lieutenant Morrell furnished tho
following full list of officers:
Thomas Nelson, Commander;
J. H. C Coffin, Executive Officer;
K. P. Elliott, Navigating Lieuten
ant; Henry Morrell, Ordnance Officer;
Fidelio S. Carter, Lieutenant.
U. It. Marvoll, Edw. Moale, Jr.,
and C. T. Vogolgosang, Ensigns;
E. A. McGee, Chief Engineer;
M. McDonald, P. A. Paymaster;
1". .1. is. (Jorueiro, if. A. burgeon;
T. P. Kane, U. S. M. C, First
William C. Waldamann, Pay Clerk.
AVnuNnsDAY, April 'Jli.
TJ S S Adams, Nelson, 13J.J days from San
Stmr Kinau from Muni and Hawaii
Stmr Waialeale from Hamakua
Stmr Jnmes Makcc from Kauai
Stmr 0 H Hishop from Kauai
Solir Mary K Foster from Ktiuai
WniiNHSiiAV, April 3i.
S S Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
cisco, at V2 noon
Am bktno Katio Fliekingcr, MolJao, for
San lranciseo via Kahului
Stmr C It Uishop for Wnialua, Wniimac
Stmr Waialealo for Laliaina at 5 p 111
Stmr Jas Makeu for Kapaa at 5 p 111
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Haw bk Manna Ala, Smith, for the Sound
Am bktne Hilo, Uallister, for San Fran
cisco Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Pole for Makaweli
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr C U Bishop 2744 bags sugar.
Per stmr James Makuu "2000 bags sugar.
Per stmr Waialeale .'5501 bags sugar and
100 bbls molasses.
Per stmr Kinau 72 hogs, 12,005 bags sugar,
170 bags potatoes, 52 bags corn, 117
sheep, 50 bdls bides, and 200 pkgs sundries.
ANCIENT OBDEB OF FOBESTEBS.
Institution of Court Camoons, No.
8110, by tho High Court Bopre
sentativo. This Court was formally instituted
Tuesday evening 1)3' Deputy District
Chief Hanger Thos. Lindsay, under
suecial warrant from the High
Court, and assisted by the ollicers j
and brethren of Court Lunalilo,
The ceremony took place in tho
K. of P. Hall, l''ort street, and was
undoubtedly a great success. Nine
toon now members wore initiated
into "our ancient and honorable
order," making a total of .'15 mem
bers in the new Court, which ap
pears to bo very popular with the
Dr. Donald McLennan is Past
Chief Hanger of the new Court, and
the following brethren were elected
officers for tho ensuing term:
A. V. Peters, Chief Kangor;
A. Fernandez, Sub. Chief Hanger;
A. U. Pestana, becrotary;
M. A. Gonsalvos, Treasurer;
F. W. Wood, Senior Woodward;
C. Poreira, Junior Woodward;
J. P. Dias, Senior Boadle;
F. H. Traiiquada, Junior Beadlo.
After tho ceremony refreshments
were served, and at 11:30 p. m. the
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Kinau,
April 20 F W Lounsburg, H L Field, I)r
A E Nichols, C Y Aiona, 0 E Itichardson,
John Lycurgus, Ohas Cobb, K M Koabou,
Natamura. wifo and child, Mrs E E Carey
and 2 children, Mrs W Q Walker, Q Apu,
Dr J Wiitht and wife. Mrs H N Grecnwell,
Miss L ureemvell, Miss Mary Low, Mrs U
A Cbapin, A Tibbs, W H Cole, L Ascu, S
H K Kno, Mrs U B Wolls, H H Plemer, H
F Glade, J G Morebcad, Mrs Paaniani, 0 L
AVight, wife and 3 children, F H Haysel
den, w H Haysclden and 00 deck.
For San Francisco, per S S .Australia,
April 2li-Arthur Hill, W J Anderson, I)r
K W Anderson, Mrs H Alexander and son,
Mrs Andrew Moon, Miss E Baker, F liar
wick, Airs Blake, Miss Blake, Drllull, Miss
Bull, Mrs Dr Bull, Dr' Bowcn, Branson
Howard and wifo, Dr and Mrs S N Cros,
Mrs Gushing, Geo 1 Castle, MrsChapin,
E J Crane and wife, Mrs E E Carey and 2
children. S E I.aidloy, 0 A Leo, Peter
Leo, H C Lyon, Mary E Low, Miss Little,
Mrs A W Longloy, Miss Lowrey, Mrs
Malio Kahai, Mrs W it Motion. A O
Moorehcad, lion C L MeArtbur and wifo,
Mrs Maguire, U G Moore, Miss Malum,
Miss Maguire, Mrs Marks, Dr F L Miner,
wife and children, .Mr and Mrs H Chute,
A G Ciinlia, Mr and Mrs Durkee, Miss
Duncan, F M English, Miss Fletcher, .Mrs
H Gunn and child. D W Grallov and wifo,
H G Howland, C S Hurlburt and wife, Miss
Hill, W Hnnnlgan and wife. Miss Hoi
brook, T W Hobron and wife, Miss A
Holmes, I'nyiuasioi'ilohbti, Mi-.. Halstcad,
A Hnnneberg, Dr L Holden, Mrs A H
Hartwell and 2 daughters, T J Knapp, Mrs
T E Krouso, J it Kendall, G Kunst, Miss
Helen Kinney, Mrs A W Koech and child,
F Ixnuisburj', Mrs W fl Noedlinm, 1'
Peck, .Mrs M E Paulisou. Miss Mary (J
Parker, Miss Annie It Pratt, Geo H i'aris,
MissG Playter, Miss (' Playter, FF Pur
tor, Miss u Pomroy, Capt Sayco, Luther
Severance, Bister Jerome, Sister Itosalle, Sir
Kenneth dimming, MKs Strout, Miss X I.
Smith, Mrs L E Tracoy, Mrs Tiiurston and
child, MrsWG Walker, Mrs WD Wlth
am, Itev.l H Wallace, Dr mid Mrs .1 Wight,
E M Walsh, Mrs C 1! Wells, Mrs Ultra
Wight, C II Wutuiuro, hi W Wilcox anil
Delivery Clerk Thrum Notified to
Jjoavo the Post OHlce.
Mr. Ernest Thrum, the efficient
and popular clerk at the Post Office
delivery window, was given notice
yesterday to leave on tho 15th of
next month. Mr. Thrum meditated
leaving 011 the instant, but decided
not to, as there was considerable
matter to bo sent by the S. S. Aus
tralia. Ho leaves this ovening. The
reason for the dismissal of this faith
ful public servant is said to have been
found in a talo carried to headquart
ers by ox-Councilman J. A. McCand
loss. Mr. Thrum declines to confirm
thoroport, which is that ho remarked,
"Hawaiian postage stamps are good
enough for mo.' when .Mr. MeCand
less had dialled him about the pros
pect of selling American stamps.
Mr. L. Keuake will succeed Mr.
Thrum at the window.
CHE FA BAID.
Deputy - Marshal Brown Talcos a
Hand In It.
Tho steamer J'olo will leave to-morrow
for Makaweli with coal.
The Hawaiian hark Maunu Ala, Smith
master, will leave to-morrow in ballast for
Tho harkentlne Hilo, llalllstcr master,
will leave ac I o'clock to-morrow afternoon
for the Coast.
The S S Australia, Houdlette comman
der, sailed for Sail Francisco at noun to
day, lle.ildcs 11 heavy passenger list Is
uildcd the following JWt of cargo; 12, Kit
bags sugar, W (1 Irwin iV Co; i!l luichs ba
nanas, L J Levey; "iHJdo, J110 do Silva; Ml
do, Sco Wo; 'JO do, W (Vta; 1IWS do, (1
Lyuurgus; 1117 do, Gonsahes A; Co; h7 do,
CTGulIck; ;i;tldo, J no Shaw; .'.OO1I0, V
Lum Sing; 2l'iS do, Campbell, Marshall .V
Co; 1M1 bags uwii root, .1 1 Dowxi'tt; :i hdls
sugar cane, 11 Hackfuld A Co; 151 lulls
given hides, if hdls goatskins, f V Purler;
,'liNlhdla green hides. 5 bills sheepskiiiij, I
bx whale teeth, M W .Mct'liusuny A Suns;
j:i uxh volcano specimens, P Leu; ,"lixs
Imttd leaves, 50 bdls sugarcane, llthuchs
bananas, Hal Slug; 51 hs (rult and vegeta
hlus, ! wateriiiolous, I'd CiunarlmM; 11
hxb pineapples (2iu pluus), Chua Wlluoj.
lioim-btlc value, fU7,0.'l,
Deputy-Marshal Brown, assisted
bv ollicers J ueii. Ivaana. Toma and
two others made a raid on a oho fa ' "iinutet,
bank on Ntiiiaiiti street between 1
and 2 o'clock this aftcniooii. Two
Chinamen, Ah Giug and Ah Kim,
were caught, while a number of
others escaped, Some money and a
batch of elm fa tickets; were captur
ed. Tho bank is in t he rear of the
brick building uiakai of the Cosmo
politan .Saloon. There was a gener
al stampede when the officers arriv
ed, and in the melee officer J ueii as
sumed a pugilistic altitude and laid
out soiuo of the Mougoln. Olio fel-
Blasting was commenced this
morning on the sito of tho now stono
building on Fort street.
A specialty at tho Fair at tho
Armory on Saturday will bo a fern
table presided over by Mrs. Board
man. Ono of tho biggest loads of sugar
brought into port in a long time
was tiiat of Witdor's steamer Kinau
this morning 12,005 bags.
Mrs. A. L. Crou was carried on
board the Australia in a low condi
tion. Sho loft under medical advice
for her former homo in California.
This evening , at Harmony hall,
King street, Odd Fellows and thoir
friends will colobrato tho 71th anni
versary ot American Oclcl rollow
ship. Ensign Vogolgosang, who has
been hero on several previous visits
of U. S. warships, and is very popu
lar with tho "boys," is on tho U. S.
Tlio P. G. band will give a concort
at Thomas Square this evening, at
Makeo Island on Thursda' ovening,
and at Thomas Square again on
11 nuay ovening.
The U. S. S. Adams arrived early
this morning to relievo the U. S. S.
Mohican. Tho Mohican will take in
coal 011 Friday, and will probably
leavo on Saturday.
L. J. Levey will hold a sale of
hotiM'hold furniture at his residence,
corner Borotania and Alapai streets,
to-morrow at 10 o'clock. Tho furni
ture is in good condition.
Paymaster Hobbs, U. S. N., was a
passengor by tho S. S. Australia to
day. Mr. Hobbs, when seen on tho
steamer, stated that ho will bo back
again in about three months.
Captain Duncan, lato chief officer
on the missionary packet Morning
Star, left lor tho States by tho b. b.
Australia to-day. Captain Nowhall,
of the barkenline Amelia, was also a
Joo Strong the artist will bo a
passenger from Samoa by tho Mono
wai next week. Ho is going to tho
World's Fair and his many friends
here will be glad to see him whilo
tho steamer is in port.
Col. Clans Sprockets and a num
ber of sugar planters met .yesterday
afternoon for a talk over the situa
tion. Nothing definite was reached
and another conference will bo held.
Aug. Droior, S. W. and G. N. Wilcox
loft on the Mikahala at 5 o'clock.
The sale of the Fashion Stables
Co.'s stock on Monday resulted as
follows: -10 shares to J. A. Hassin-
ger at 7(5; 10 shares to C. W. Ash
lord at $10; 30 shares to J. Sullivan
at ?20, and 40 shares to Sullivan &
Buckley at 20.
A gentleman passing uptown yes
terday evening heard two others
conversing about illicit liquor sell
ing. One ventured tho remark that
ho could pick out over ono hundred
places in town where liquor was
being sold under tho vory nose of
Tho hotel verandas and grounds
were crowded yesterday ovening
with lovers of good mu-sic to listen
to the Hawaiian National baud. It
was a concert complimentary to tho
Haynioud & Whitcoinb tourists and
other guests at. tho Hotel. Tho
musiu was exceptionally lino and tho
vocal selections were encored.
Mr. W. Hannigan and Miss Mary
Plemer were married yesterday at
the Roman Catholic Cathedral. In
the evening a reception was given at
the re.iidenco of Mr. and Mrs.
Schrader to a few intimate friends.
Mr. Hannigan is 'econd steward 011
the S. S. Australia and carried oil'
his bride by that steamer to-day.
Captains Juen and Schlemmer
wore despatched yesterday afternoon
to look for Wilson, tho escaped pri
soner. The officers mot some natives
near the Kamoiliili quarry and otter
ed them 25 if they cauglit the man.
Thev had left the natives but a fow
when Wilson was found
liming among tin rocks. A message
wan sent to tho Police Station and
Elucidation of Bankruptcy Law
Sprockols vs. Mocfarlano.
A unanimous decision of tho Su-
promo Court, by Chief Justico Judd.
has boon rendered on a point raised
in adjudicating tho bankruptcy of
Tai Lung. Claims of the assignees
of another bankrupt estate against
the bankrupt Tai Lung wore duly
presented and sworn to, and wore
theroaftor disputed by tho as
signee, who refused to admit them
to a dividend. Tho motion to bo
allowed to provo thoso claims before
tho Justico then sitting was opposod
by tho assignoo on tho ground that
tho Bankruptcy Court had no juris
diction to try tho validity of thoso
claims at that stage of tho proceed
ings. This plea was ovor-ruled and
an appeal was takon to tho Supremo
Court. Now tho full Court decides,
"Tlio plea to tho jurisdiction is over
ruled and tho claimants may proceed
with thoir proofs before n Circuit
Judgo of tho First Circuit under
tlio new dncticiary Act." xuo uourt,
holds, as tho principles involved, tho
following: "Whoro a claim against a
bankrupt is disputed by tho aBBignoo,
tho judgo sitting hi bankruptcy has
jurisdiction to hear and dotormino
tho validity of tho claim, and tho
allegod creditor is not driven to an
action at law. An nppoal being
allowed from such adjudication by
tho bankrupt law to a jury, tlio nw
is not unconstitutional." A. S. Hart
well for claimants; C. L. Carter and
Cecil Brown for J. Kuboustein, as
signoo. T. W. Hawlins has filed his answer
to tho writ of injunction issued at
the suit of tho Honolulu Soap
Works Company. Ho denies tho al
legations in plaintiffs potitiou, as to
his not attending to the business of
tho company. Tho hearing will tako
place Saturday week. A. a. Jiart
woll represents tho plaintiff, and
Cecil Brown tho defendant.
G. W. Macfarlano has given notice
of appeal to tho Supremo Court
against tho docreo of Judgo Whiting
in tho suit of Clans Spreckols for
foreclosure of lion on Waikapu stock.
Judgo Cooper to-day appointed
Kai Chong as guardian of tho per
son and proporty of Kan Yoo, a
minor, under bond of $2000. A.
Rosa for petitioner.
THE AUSTRALIA SEARCHED.
Two Stowaways Found, Ono a Bos
Short Broath, Honrt Troublo, nhou-mntlem.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Mr. Xm II. Paine
Eagle Creek, Oregon.
"I haro lived here in Oregon for th past
twenty years, and most of lliotltno have been a
very great sufferer from inflainnmtorr
rhramntUm. 1 have nlso bad what tlio doctor
called heart disease, with shortness of breath
and sharp pains In the left side. I decided to tako
Hood's Sarsaparllla, and ltofora I had finished
three bottles I vras in better health than I had
beon tor years. I do not hare any pain now,
sleep woll, and to-day no woman of my age
Enjoys Bottor Hoalth
than I. At homo on the ranch I not only attend
to my family housework, but last summer I
oared for and milked four cows. I do not feel
that I ean say halt enough in praise of
Mns. L. M. Padte, Eagle Creek, Oregon.
Hood's Pills aro prompt :vnd cfUclctit, yet
easylnacUon. Bold by all druggists. 25c
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children 1
The Well-known P. D. Corsets ,x aml.
The G. P. and R. & G. Corsets
A VVIA. AS
The R, & 6. Nursing Corsets. The R. & 6, Summer Corsets,
Tliesc are Extra Long Wnlst and Well Kitting.
Madm. Strong's Connnon Sense Corset Waists
Are Comfortable and Very Light in Weight.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
For Children, llest for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded "Waists for 40 cts.
COME AKI) SICE OUlt
brought him to
low threw the lapel of his coat Imi'k
mid (liKcloM)il a ''npm'iiil jiolico"
badge, ul'tor boing bangwl in tlio
Tho inoro Cliaiiibiirlain's Cough
liciiH'dy is tiHi'd tlio bottor it i liticd.
Wo know of no othor rimly that
always givos natiKfaot ion. It in good
whon you lir.it i-uti'li oold. It is
good whon your cough in H'utod and
your lungs aro Mint, it ih good in
any kind of a cough. Wo havo mild
tw'ontylivo dozon of ii and ovory
bottlo has givoii satisfaction. .Stod
niiiii ,V Friedman, driiggiM.s, .Minne
sota Lake, .Minn, nil cent bottles
for salo by all doaloi'x. Moiison,
.Smith A; Co., agonts for tho Hawai
I Dr. William Shaw 15ovon, ono of
i tho editors of tho Now York World,
who has bison a visitor sinuo tho ar
l rival of tho Alameda on April 7, loft
1 by tho stoumor Australia. Ho will
i go to Washington direct from San
Francisco, Dr. Ilowon called at this
i oflico and spent a half hour in con
1 vorsation with tho editor of tho Bi'i,-
i.irriN this forouoou. Ho expressed
i liiinsolf as delighted with tho isl
1 amis, but, contrary to a report, said
' ho did not intend to return horo this
THE FIRST GAME.
Previous to tlio departuro of tho
S. S. Australia for San Francisco to
day, polico captains Juon and
Soliloinnior wont on board and
searched tho vessel from stom to
stern. xiftor half an hour's search
in tho hold and among tho coal
bunkers a man named McCanu, a
regular loafer around town, was
found in tho coal. As ho was not
tho man the police wanted, ho was
loft alone. Tho otlicers kept up
thoir search and finally Captain
Schloiniuor sang out to Juen to
come over and help him. lo had a
stowaway bv one log and was endeav
oring to pull him out of a pile of
coal. With tho combined effort of
both ollicers a big strapping fellow,
dressed in a fireman's suit, was ex
tricated. Tho ollicers scrutinized tho
man and found that ho was not tho
ouo they woro in search of. The
stowaway was acquainted with the
fact that they did. not want him,
whon lie muttered, ''You blokes put
ino to a deal of troublo for nothing!"
The ollicers shortly after left tho
steamer and returned homo to put
on a change of clothes. Whilo they
woro in town, a roward of $2 was
sont from the U. S. S. Boston for tho
capture of a deserter named Dovino.
Tho description tallied with tho
second stowaway tho officers had
unearthed on tho stoamer. They
immediately hastened back to tho
Australia and, descending to tlio
coal bunkers whoro thoy had pre
viously seen him, found him gone.
Tho man had evidently suspected a
return and changed his hilling place.
-McCann, tho first stowaway, was
found in the samo place. Devitio
has caused his superiors consido.a
blo troublo, having deserted ovory
chance ho got.
Request for Reinstatement.
Marshal Hitchcock will go to Ewa
to-morrow, to investigate a request
for tho reinstatement of W. S. Wond
as Deputy Sheriff. This dismissed
official appears to havo had tho con
fidence of a majority of people in
tho District. It was said ho was dis
missed partly on tho strength of
complaints mado by Mr. Lowrio,
manager of Ewa plantation. Now
it is roportod that Mr. Lowrio em
phatically disclaims having had any
desire tohavo Mr. Wond dismissed.
Attorney-General Smith, when spok
en to about the matter, said that
Mr. Lowrio complained of the De
puty Sheriff at different times, nl
The Kalihi Fair
WILL BE CONTINUED AT THE
Saturday, April 29,
FKOJI 1 I. 51. TO 10 1'. M.
Under the Management of Mr. Wai.lek
and Miw. Wilcox, and the Siiierinten-
deneoof Ki:v. Katiiek Clkmkst,
for Church Purpose.
FOKBIQX and HAWAIIAN;
Prizes to be Drawn, Grab Box,
Ice Cream it lMresiiniits !
AMISSION, 23 CENTS.
Tickets may be had before the day.
The Hawaiian National Hand will
be in attendance during the whole time.
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Gents
A FINK ASSOItT.MKNT OF
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
IB. IF. IEIHIIEiIEIRS &c GO.
S9 IF'OR.T STK.H1E1T.
AFTKIt TAKING STOCK. ALL KINDS
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored
At half the former cost.
"Velvet 5c Smyrna, Pt-mgs
In all size greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
In fact wo oiler Immense Bargains in all Department, -qfc!
ZS Dressmaking Under Uie Managomont of MISS E. CLARK. 3
To Let or Zioaso.
6S t tjiSiTSSt
Central Meat Market.
IN BE MECHANICS'
VV Jtenellt Union, a
tablished miller the Uiws of the Hawaiian
Islands, lias pursuant to the law in such
cases made and provided, duly Hied at tho
Olllco of the Minister of the Interior, a
Petition for the Dissolution of the said
Corporation, together with a certificate
thereto annexed, unrequired bylaw; now
Notice is hereby given to any nnd all
persons who have "been or aro now inter
ested in any manner whatsoever in the
said Corporation, that objections to the
granting of the said I'ctition limit be tiled
in the olllce of the nndi'r.-igned on or be
fore WEDNESDAY, the atth day of May,
lb!Ki, and that any person or persons desir
ing to be heard thereon, iiuint be in at
tendance at tho olllce of the undersigned
in Aliiolani Halo, Honolulu, nt ID o'clock
a. m. ol sain day, to snow cause wliy sum
I'ctition should not be granted.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior OJIlco, March 'JO, lB'J.'i.
SMALL COTTAGE ON
1'unehbowl street, be
tween I'uuoa liridge and
Mormon Church. Kent $10
per month. Emjnire at second door above
Mormon Church. 701-lw
EW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with llathrooin, pat
ent W. O.. etc. Commands
one of the tinest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
fSV. 15 LOOK FItOM 1JE
tania street cars, a
ami uonvcmeni uot-
nut nt tho tinio of hia dia-
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY TWO IIIJK'KS FKOM
Main Entrance to the Fair!
:il(J-318 05th Terrace, Chicago.
Rates: $1 per Day & Upward. 1st Class Cafe.
J. F. GOUMAN.
tage of Six Iiooms, Ijirire
btaole nml ciucKcn House. Applv to I
K. K. HENDHY. I
al Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
i AOKK LOT WITH
Fnrnixlicd House at
iwilei, Honolulu. Apply
on board "W. G. Hall" or Mrs. Santos
tin tho premises. 701--W
TO LET OB LEASE
JL aw King street, lately rf,Vr?fC
...i.t,.iiii '. ..... ....... ... j, EG r
containing:! lledroimis, l'ur- e
lor, Diniiig-rooni, lvitenen and Hat li room;
liable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, applv to
it:j-tf at E. O. Hall ,t Sons'.
Tint Austrian W.ir Olllm- lm (!"
chilli 1 1 In niliiiit thi Imllul iiiniit (thilh.
ouiHhinl of mi men thicl;, invuiiU'tl j l!.'0ri
hy Mtir lo'iuindur, uu unaiuuor living (jm.id
in 1'itrU, . I K, lloit
Toumu to Opon tho Ilasoball Season
Tho llnwiiiis and (Jruscuuts uross
bats in tlio initial (,'!imc of tho sun
sou uu Sntunluv uttxt, Tho I', (..
baud will bo in titUuidnni'ti. Tho
following will ho tho plnyiMn mid
thoir lospiu'tivo positions:
II AU Mis.
' W..1. Kane.
i .1, A. Thompioii
Tho S. S. Australia's Departuro.
Th Ouonnio dock was crowdud
with jiooplo to-day at. tlio departuro
of tho S. S. Australia. An excep
tionally laryo lint of portions waa
bookod to loavo by tho stoainor, and
for over an hour tho tianway was
covorod with a moving mass of
humanity. Tlio P. O, band was in
attondaiu'o to play tlio stoainor olf.
It was a profitable day fortlioilowor
wonion and tlio "hold your horso"
gamins. Nearly all tho two huudrod
and sovon jiassongorri woro docorat
od with wroatbs and ovorgroons,
and as tho Ktoauior movod out ouo
onthuHiastii! tourist pro)osod threo
ohoors, wliioli woro givon with a
By the Bark "II. Hackfeld"
A NEW BIHTIV OF
FOR BALE V-
H. HACKFELD & CO.
h a - i
fiW ' VilaiJ '
iiii.si r.N is.
. I', 1. Milium
.. ..V. Thrtiiii
. ..(Jlirln, Holt
Kldor H, ,3. Itoavor, of MoAlliKtor
villo, .luniatta Co., 1'a., says bis wifo
issiibjoot to orainp in tho stouiaoh.
Last Humiuor sho tried Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhom
ltoiuedy for it, and was much pleas
ed with the upoody roliof it ntlbrd
ed. Sho has sinuo used it wbouovor
necessary and found that it never
fails. 1-orsalo by nil doalors. Hon
son, Smith it Co., ngontH for thu
Willi lllnghv. has Oak Frame and Hprnre
l'laiiUhig,'l'oper riveted throiiglioui.
Sails fat and Is a strung eomlorlable m'H-
boat. fan be In-eivted
lloat llotue. Apply to
ing of 1 Itooms, Kit
eben, Small llaekyard and
side entrance, at uresent
ocenpied as u saddlery shoii by Jose Dias,
m the business part of the town und ecu.
trally loeated. For particulars apply to
On tlio premises or by letter.
Wniluku, Mareh il. (J-lw
THE bAUUE STOKE
X and Collee ha loon
I.ovo's Hakory on Nuuniiu
street. J lie Kooiiih are
ix'M and 'Jtlxas. These are separate from
tlio Bakery. Tim llakery is still in opera
tlou and will have a store for the sale of
(trend, Cnkos, Cies, etc, adjoining the pre
sent one. For further particulars apply to
H. U. -MASON,
70H-lw on the premises.
rpiIK TWO CIECES OF
X I'rojierty with tho
llnlldiugs thereon, situateil
on King street, and at pre-
sent occupied by Messrs, U Nowlem and
.1. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of .1. II. Athcrton; each of these pre
mises are bringing in an animal rental of
f'KiO, und u line opportunity is hereby
ollered anyone who is desirous of owning
a nice comfortable home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town. For terniH applv to
WMt JOHN F. (JOI.m'ltN.
The undersigned are prepared to give in
tending Tourists tlie advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago s? Return
IN CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
F.KS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
or San FranoiQoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of New Zea.la.xid.
Further particulars iimiv bo had
at the lli-alanl
J', t). llox
CHAItl.lIS 1). WAI.KEIt,
U), or H. E
I AWN MOWKItS TO LET Y
J duv. week or niontli' Uunalrlm'.
('leaning and Hhar'iilng luiic; llupllcatu
I'lccc furnished when risiilrcd, Mmthlncs
culled for and rutnrneil. AUo, Itopitirhii;
Harden lloc in fact, can do anytbliig
ncceiisary around the house or stable.
King up Mutuul Telephone la'.'.
Wi-tl N, F, UUUUF.B8.
:Vm. G. 1KWIN A CO.
I tnMutnl ut the
iiinfy iiiiif jiramptly