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LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Sugar was flo. at latest advices by
The P. Q. band will piny at Ma
lice Island this oiunintr.
Engine Co. No. 2 bad a drill on
Alakoa street yostorday morning.
Gigantic slaughter at tho clear
ance salo at tbo Armory, April 2Jth.
All tbo articles at tho fair on
Saturday must bo convorted into
Judgo Fostor oilers to lot or leaso
n dosirablo cottago with largo ground
on Viuoyard street.
It is currontly reported that Com
missioner Blount will not loavo by
tbo U. S. S. Mohican.
Monitors of tho Advisory Council
hold a conforonco with Commissioner
Blount this morning.
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Weil. MP 0 40 2 0 8 15 7 10 B 32 O SKI 3 11
Tliuis. 27 1 20 2 20 H 30 8 11 8 .11 0 24 3 411
111. 23 2 10 3 0 8 41 0 0 A 31, 0 21 4 18
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W, 4 20 4 0, II 30 10 10
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6 29, 0 23
Tho U. S. S. Mohican will loavo
for tho Bobring Soa via San Fran
cisco on Monday noxt.
Aloba Lodge, 1. 0. F., will hold its
regular mooting at Pythiau hall,
1 ort street, this ovoumg. g.
Emma M. Nnkuina, Commissioner
of Privato Ways and Water Rights,
has a notico in this issue.
WITH GRATITUDE AND JOY.
Honolulu Odd Follows Golobrato tho
April 20 is always looked fownrd
to gladly by Odd Follows of tbo
Baltimore Unity. That was tbo day
in tbo year 181'J wlion tbo Indepen
dent Order of Odd Follows, trans
planted from England, was started
on a career of luxuriant growth in
American soil. Thoro aro now about
700,000 monitors of tho ordor in
North America. A branch of tho
Amorican Odd Fellows has a grand
lodgo in Australia, and thoro aro
1800 members in Now Zealand who
aro sookiug a grand lodgo of thoir
own. Tho old English ordor is
known as tho Manchester Unity.
Honolulu has two primary lodges,
au oncampmont and a lodgo of tho
Degroo of Robokah tho last-mon-tionod
being for ladios. Each yoar
tho lodgos unito to colobrato thoir
glorious amiivorsarj', and tbo event
is always woll-nianaged and a most
pleasant occasion. The committee
on this year's celebration, with its
subdivisions, was as follows:
Chairman C. J. Fishol, D. D. G.
Villi Moon on tliu 30th at Cli. S2m. ). in.
Tlmu Whistle blown at 111. 28m. .its. p.m. ot
Honolulu time, which is the same ns 12h. 0m.
Oh. ot Uiuonwlcli tunc.
TBE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1893.
Thursday, April 27.
Am 1-mnsted sell Aloha, Dabel, 11 days
from San Franelxeo
Am l-mastcd bktnu Willie It Humo, Berg
man, 51 davs from Newcastle, Is S W
Schr l.iholiho from Hanamaulu
Am bktno Hilo,
Am bk Sonoma, Anderson,
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith,
Stmr Pole for Makaweli
Tiiunsn ky, April 127.
Ballister, for San Fran-
for San Pran
for the Sound
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kinnu for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
For San Francisco, per bktne Hilo, April
27 J (J Cook.
Tho steamer Kinau will leave on
regular route to-morrow afternoon.
"-The barkentine Hilo took 20,181 bags of
sugar for San Francisco to-day, valued at
The schooner Liholiho arrived to-day
from Hanamaulu, Kauai, after having dis
charged 100 tons of LyMin Island guano.
The American 4-masted schooner Aloha,
Captain Dabel, arrived this afternoon 14
days from San Francisco, with a cargo of
The steamer Pele left this afternoon for
Makaweli with 240 tons of coal and eight
large pipes, the remainder of the pipes
which arrived by tho barkentine Mary
"vVinkelmqn for tho H. S. Co.
Tho4-ma3ted barkentine Willie It. Hume,
Captain Bergman, arrived to-day, 54 days
from Newcastle, N.S.W., and dropped an
chor at 7 o'clock off the Railway wharf.
She has a full cargo of coal. Experienced
fine weather throughout tho passage,
meeting with no accidents. Captain Berg
man expressed great surprise at not seeing
the ship Greta and 4-masted schooners
King Cyrus and Gainsborough in port, as
they left Newcastle before the Humo. Tho
Hume was brought into port by Pilot
IN THE MOUNTAINS.
Secretary Ellico Mills sent a bulky
message by tbo S. S. Australia yes
terday. Guess what's in it.
Mr. Whito succeeds W. Hardy as
night clerk at tbo Polico Station.
Mr. Whito carried a musket.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
clear; wind, fresh east. Schooners
Aloha and Liholiho off port.
Walter Hardy, tho popular night
clork at tho Police Station, has boon
appointed Deputy ShorilF of Hawaii.
A foaturo at tbo fair will bo tbo
"Homo Rule" table; delicious homo
made bread and doughnuts for salo.
Louis T. Kenako assumed the du
ties of delivery clork, vico Ernest
Thrum, at tbo Pott OHico this morn
Tho Kawaiahao boys defeated tho
Emma-street in a tug-of-war match
in tho stono church grounds yester
Two women wore reprimanded in
the District Court this morning for
indulging in a scrapping match a
fow days ago.
Dr. M. L. Minor, V. S., did not
loavo by the Australia, having con
cluded to remain hero. His card
will bo found olsewhoro.
The Pacific Wheelmen held a
moonlight drill on King street yes-
torday ovoniug. Tho cyclists start
ed from tho Berotania street armory.
Owing to Judgo Foster's being
busily engaged in compiling tho
Penal Code, Judge W. L. Wilcox
lias been acting as Polico Magistrate
for the past few days.
The Hawaiian Dramatic Com
pauy will prebont in a couple of
weeks two historical plaj's, "Tho
Days of Kamohameba the Conquer
or," and "Tho Royal Hunchback."
Some of tho guards stationed at
tho Government building had a fight
among themselves yesterday. With
the exception of a fow donts on the
floor, thoro was no serious damage.
A wag romarked on tbo street this
afternoon that "the guards can't
drill a little bit." As our authority
on military tactics is absent from
town this remark cannot be con
firmod. Captain Nelson and oflicors of tbo
U. S. S. Adams called on President
Dole and, the Cabinet this afternoon
while tbo Council was in session. A
recess was taken while tho Ministers
received the visitors.
Hall and Docoration L. H.
J. J. Looker, C. J. Fishol, F,
wions, Mrs. Potrio, Miss Adlor.
Music W ray Taylor, M. D. Mon
sarrat, Mrs. Nicolls, W. C. Parke.
Printing Mr. Ross, J. C. Lorou
zou. Invitation R. Lowers, Loronzen,
Fishol, Mrs. Burnhoimor.
Finance Leekor, Hosier, Mrs.
Refreshments C. Anwick, Albort
Lucas. Mr. Burnhoimor, Mrs. Nicolls,
Mrs. C. Williams.
Reception Parko, Hos.ior, Mon
sarrat, Fishol, Miss Whito, Mrs.
Litorarj' Fishol, Locker, Rov. A.
Mackintosh, Monsarrat, Mrs. Burn
heimer, Mrs. Potrio.
Floor H.H. Williams, Monsarrat,
Lucas, Miss White, Miss Roso Adlor.
Treasurer L. H. Deo.
Harmony hall, Kine street, meet
ing placo of tho Lodgo of that name,
vas selected as tho place for hold
ing tho literary and musical exor
cises, social and dauco which com
pribod tho colobration. Tho floor
was sot with very comfortable fold
ing chairs, and by 8 o'clock the hall
District Deputy Grand Sire C. J.
Fishol called tbo assembly to ordor
and had all tbo stations filled with
ollicers as for a regular lodgo meet
ing. Albort Lucas, secretary, read
tbo proclamation of Clarence T.
Campbell, Grand Sire of tbo Sover
eign Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F.
dated from Ontario, Canada, com
manding all lodges in tno juris
diction to celebrate tbo anuivorsary
with thanksgiving to God and re
joicing for the success of tho ordor.
Tho acting Noblo Grand, Mr. Fishol,
and Vico Grand, W. C. Parke, then
recited in dialogue the ritual pro
scribed for tho occasion. Noxt camo
tho singing of tbo anniversary hymn,
arranged by Bro. J. H. Soilfert, to
tho tune of "My Maryland," Miss
Carrie Castlo playing the piano ac
companiment. ANMVKIHUIY HYMN.
Fling wide our banner 1 Land nor sea
Boasts prouder gonfalon than ours;
It points to higher destiny
Than crowns the strife of mortal powers.
Its field of white, its border bright,
Its links denoting union's might,
It waves, an angers wing nuove,
Proclaiming friendship, truth and love.
Wave, banner of tho triple tie.
In tranquil glory o'er the land;
No dismal or cn-anguined dye
Shall mar tho folds that here expand.
It e'er shall share the brother's prayer,
The orphan's rescue from desjair;
A benison each wave shall lling,
And many a widowed heart shall sing.
Rov. Alex. Mackintosh, chaplain,
offered a prayer of thanksgiving, and
tho program then proceeded as follows:
Proas Law Introducod by tho
Tho regular somi-weokly mooting
of tho Executive and Advisory Coun
cils was hold at Aliiolani Halo this
afternoon. Prosont: Ministers Dole
(President), King, Porter and Smith;
Councillors Damon (Vice-President),
Etnmolutb, Allou, Watorhouso, Mc
Chosnoy, Tennoy, Suhr, Nott, Mor
gan and Wildor.
Socrotary Rodgors road a bill to
appropriate $1322.50 to pay a bal
auco duo on orponses of special elec
tions in 1892. Ordored to bo typo-
writtou lor distribution.
Attornoy-Goneral Smith, in report
ing on tho matter of tho Holomua
uowspapor referred to him, submit
ted a bul to regulate tho printing
and publishing of newspapers and
othor publications. Ho had ox
aminod tho statutes of tho United
States and othor countries on tho
subject. In tho statutes of Queens
land ho had found a basis for tbo
drafting of a bill. Tho Queensland
law, ho would stato, was more sovoro
thau tho ono ho had drawn. Ho road
tho bill, which proscribes tho regis
tration of tho names of papors and
thoir responsible conductors. Any
porson soiling a paper that does not
comply with tho law is liable to a
fine of not loss thau $10 nor more
than $100. For falso attesting to
tho names of papors or editors, tho
penalties for perjury are liable. Fail
ure to comply with the provisions,
for registration will render tho own
ers of newspapers liablo to a fine of
not less than $50 nor more than
$500. A second conviction will bring
a penalty of not less than $100 nor
moro than $1000. The suspension
of publication of tho paper is liable
to follow a third offense. For any
broaches of the law not othorwiso
provided for, a penalty of not loss
than $100 nor moro than $T00 is pro
scribed. The bill was ordered to bo typo
written. A recos3 was taken to allow tbo
Ministers to rocoivo the eaptaiu and
oflicors of tho U. S. S. Adams.
President Dole, on resumiug, read
a report from Col. Sopor regarding
uniforms. Thoro wore 1)0 men at tho
Barracks and 74 at tho Government
Building whoso uniforms were use
less, and an appropriation of $1500
was asked to send East for uniforms
for Co. E. Requisitions for other
necessaries were apponded. Re
ferred to military committee.
Tho bill to provide for putting up
street names and numbers was read
a second time.
Mr. Watorhouse moved tho bill be
roforred to a special committee, of
which tho Minister of tho Interior
should bo a member. Carried, and
tho President nominated Messrs.
King, Watorhouso and Nott as such
At 2:43 the Council wont into oxo
Schedule of tho Pacillo Insurauco
Union Adoptod by Local Under
writers. At tho adjourned meeting of tho
Honolulu Board of Uudorwntors
yostorday, tho report of Mr. Con rov,
expert, was received and practically
adoptod. Honolulu will thereby bo
placed on tho samo basis as tho city
of Tacoma, Wash., as to fire insur
ance rates. While Tacoma is re
garded as having advantages over
Honolulu in rospeol of fncilitios for
suppressing fire, Honolulu has cer
tain advantages of its own such as
tho absonco of fires for warming pur-
Eosos throughout tho year which
avo boon talten into consideration.
The basis of tho revised rating
will to ono porcont. Whatever ob
jectionable conditions may oxist ih
a particular building will to noted,
and tho appointed porcontago of
risk, according to tho Pacific Union's
schedule, added. Then when all
those porcoutagos aro added, 15 por
cont will bo deducted from tho total,
tho remainder constituting tho rate
of insurance on such building.
It is not oxpoctod that tho re
vision now agreed upon will mako a
material reduction in tho averago
rates, but it will socuro uniformity
and, it is hopod, a moro equitable
rating as regards tho actual risks in
volved in each case. Insurauco mon
deny that rates havo been abnorm
ally high in tho past.
Tho Most Unlucky Say.
A Gorman statistician finds that
tbo most unlucky day of tho week,
so far as accidents to human beings
aro concerned, is not Friday, but
Monday; 1G.7-1 porcont of all acci
donts occur Mondays, 15.51 porcont
Tuosdays, 16.31 percent Wednesdays,
15.47 t)orcontThursdavs,16.38 porcont
Fridays, tho samo percent Saturdays,
and Zo'J percent bundays.
An Irishman took a friend of his
to tho Catholic church. Tho friend
was bewildered at the services before
tho altar, and remarked, "that boats
the dovil." Tho Irishman promptly
and wittily replied, "According to
my belief that's tho intention of the
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BOARD OF HEALTH.
William Bruett Seen by a Native
An elderly native lias reported at
tho Deputy Marshal's office that ho
saw and conversed with a foreigner
in Waolani Valloy on the Nuuanu
road on Mouday morning. Tho
native, as is customary with him,
had gone up to the mountains to
gather ferns and plants for sale in
town. While searching hi tho moun
tains above tho Electric Light Works
ho came across a foreigner lying on
the ground fast asloop. A lew foot
from him lay a loaded musket. After
viewing tho man for aw hilo ho woke
him up with a gentle kick. Tho man
jumped up and grasped his gun, but
-Seeing that tho disturber was an old
man ho dropped it. Tho nativo
asked him what ho was doing up
thoro. when ho replied that ho was
only looking around, lie then arose
aim walked oiF. Tho native thought
tho man acted very suspiciously, and
trailed him to a cave.
Tho description given by tho na
tivo tallies with that of William
Bruott, who escaped over the Station
wall a low Hays ago. Ho wore a
coat. As thoro is an abundant sup
ply of bauanas and other fruits in
tho mountains tho man can live in
luxury until captured.
James Magtihe, a dosurlor from
tho barken! ino W. H. Diniond, cap
tured on Wyllio street this after
noon by Lieutenant Hookano and
W. Guollu). Muguiio stated that he
had scon V. Uruott and four U. S.
t-ailors hiding in the mountains.
Bruutt had a lille and a knife.
Wilson, tho prisoner who escaped
at Kamoiliili and was recaptured,
was given an additional month on
tho reof by Polico Magistrate Wilcox
this morning. Mr. Wilson will have
to servo seven months iu all.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Furnished rooms at Waikiki are to
Tho S. S. Mnripo.su had not arriv
ed at San Francisco when tho
Sfhoonor Aloha loft that port.
A notico against trespassing on
certain lands is given by tho pro
prietor of the Enterprise ranch.
Captain Dabel u( tho hchoouer
Alolia has tho thanks of the Buu.u
tin for lato San Francisco papors.
llobrou, Newman & Co. oifor tho
attractive inducement of leu percent
discount on all cash purchases at
thoir drughtore. Thoy also call at
y teution to certain standard urtiulos
Mr. W. H. Rickard has four ani
mals in courso of training for the
coming 11th of June, at Kapiolani
Park. Among them is a lleot-footod
maro named " Kaoiolani Girl."
"Duko Spencer" is also in training.
Eight Chineso gamesters were dis
charged this morning in tho Distiict
Court for want of evidence. Two
out of the batch havo been rt'-ar-rosled
for bribing a polico officer
and will appear for trial on May 3d.
Between 10 and 11 o'clock last
night live shots were heard in the
vicinity of the bai racks. Tho guaids
were probably target ptaetising, but
it was at such an uii'-ceinly hour that
people wondered if there was an
other "spooks scare."
A native spy for a eho fa bank
near tho Fish Market was caught by
a polico officer this morning in the
act of warning tho hankers that an
officer wiii at hand. He was station
ed at a distance of a hundred yards,
and befoto tho officer could get near
everything was out of hight.
Captain Bergman of the bnrken
tino W. B. lluinc snolto the Uritish
fourmasted schooner Farklimd, for
Sau Fiancisco fiom Nowcastle, N. S.
, in hit. !M:20 S., long. 1741:1(1 W.
Tho captain of the vo.-sol, Roberts,
had a little trouble with his crow
shortly after leaving Newcastle.
Superintendent of Public Works
Howell hiii had a number of iron bolls
put on the railing of tho KingHhect
bridge, near the Chinee theatre, to
keep tho limbers together. Tho
raihiurisso decayed that iu a little
while the whole thing, bulls and all,
will bo apt to go tumbling into tho
Mitigation of Quarantine Gonoral
At a meeting of the Board of
Health yostorday some important
matters wore considered.
The President moved that, in tho
cases of all regular mail steamers
between Hongkong and San Fran
cisco arriving from an uninfected
port, presenting clean bills of health,
having had no sickness on board
during the voi'age of a contagious
or infectious nature, after the Port
Physician has examined personally
each passenger and every moinber
of tho crow, and pronounced them
freo from disease, then tho cabin
passengers bo allowod to land with
out furthor coroinony. Carried.
It was furthor decided, on motion
of Mr. Carter, that notico bo given
to tho agents of tho P. M. S. S. Co.
and O. & O. S. S. Co. that a certifi
cate from the Hawaiian consuls that
tho ports thoy camo from are free
from infectious aud contagious dis
eases will bo required upon onteriug
ports of the Hawaiian Islands.
Dr. Trousseau called tho attention
of tho Board to the unprotected ,
condition of tho population of the ,
city against smallpox. Ho earnestly
recommended a general vaccination
of tho children in tho city. Ho fur- I
thor recommended propagating bo- i
vine virus on a calf and vaccinating j
direct, offering to assist in showing I
how bovine virus is propagated.
Tho matter was roforred to the coin- i
mitteo on sanitation.
In regard to tho matter of the .
Chinese wash house, the committee
recommended to tho Minister of the I
Iutorior the removal of tho estab
lishment to tho old immigration de-
pot at tJtaliaako. At a previous
nieoting tho Board had recommend
ed the removal of the Chinese
Theatre and tho tilling up of tho
, low and swainp3 ground on its site.
i To this a reply was now received
that nothing can he done at present
i for want of an appropriation.
Dr. Campbell, ol Waimea, Kauai,
was granted leave of absence at his
own request, as ho desires to take a
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SS FORT STRBHJT.
AFTKR TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OP
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former cost.
Velvet cSc Smyrna Pt-uigs
In till sizes greatly .reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below .Cost 1
In fact wc oiler liumuii'-p llnrgains in nil Departments.
D2T Dressmaking Dnder the Management oi MISS K. CLARK. Jgl
To Lot or Leaso.
COTTAGE ON' LILIHA
street. Apply to
Hon. WUUam 3. Warner
Fond du Lac. Wis.
Central Meat Market.
tween Pauoa Bridge and
Mormon Church. Kent $10
per month. Enquire at ttecoml door above
; "Thv Sentinel Am I"
Address . llro. 0. J. Iiixhcl, D.D.G.S.
Qiuutet Mrn. L Tcnney, Miss Von Holt,
Mei-ir. (1. Smithies, S. K. Pierce; ac
companist, Mrn. II. Von Holt.
Heading Sister A. li. Uuriihelmer, X.Q.
Zither Solo Mr.T. W'olll
Hecitation "I.ibcrtv Knlightcuiiu; tho
World" Mr. A. i:. Murphy
Jlui't (Piano and Violin) MabtersSchrader
Song ''Mother's Last Letter to Mu"
.. Mr. U. Hitman
IleiiedK'tion. ..Itev. A. Mackintosh, P.O.
Encores wero responded to by
Messrs. Murphy and Kitinan. No
time was lost at the clobo of tho ex
ercises in serving refreshments, in
cluding tho finest of ice cieaui, hot
collco and cake. Then tho lloor
being cleaied dancing began and
went merrily on till midnight. Music
was supplied by Jack Ailau's string
band. The only interruption to tho
gaiety was tho sudden extinction of
tho electric light at 11 o'clock from
somo little accident at tho station.
Oil lamps being all in position as of
old. however. Mo.ses soon found him
self and the incident only provoked
merriment. In a bhort time the
electric current returned and tho
hall was again ilooded with light as
of noonday. In ono of tho intervals
Mr. Hit man gave another of his
comic songs with banjo. Under tho
skillful direction of Mr. Henry Wil
liams the dancing throughout gave
unalloyed plnn-miu to all partici-' There was a fight for a big purse,
pants. Hefieshmonts were abundant variously put at 100 to WtX), at the
to ino Close oi inu umuiuiuiiuuiii.
Very tasteful wore I he decorations
of the hall. Emblems of the ordor
iu fresh flowers wore placed on the
walls beneath tho ollicorn' canopies.
Festoons of vines ran from the ven
tilator over tho centre chandolior to
tho comoro, giving a pretty effect,
and bmupiots appeared in advan
The following is from ex-Congressman
Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by
all who know lihn:
"I can truly say that I consider Hood's Barsa
parllla tlio best medicine for purifylnc the blood.
It did mo cood w hen physicians and other modl
cines failed. Ithaslncreasod my appetlto and
BPemcd to renew my youth. This Is absolutely
true." W. 8. WAlutKlt, I'ond Du Lac, Wis.
Hood's Pills cuie Constipation by restor
lUB the peristaltic action ot tho alimentary canaL
TO LET OB LEASE
DKB I K AH LE COTT AG K
with Large Grounds on
Vineyard street, just oil'
Kiinnnii uvatiue. latelv oc
cupied by V. H. Mclcau. Ijow rental and
necessary repairs mime, ior u guou vunuui.
Apply to V. FObTKIt.
APPLICATION HAVING UliUN MADK
to me by Gum King nlius Yam Kin,
of Honolulu. Island of Oahu. for the adju
dication of his rights iu the stream of
Nuuanu near or at the dam called Pali
kea, Nuuiinu stream, iu the District of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu. as provided in
Chapter SI, of the I-aws of 1888. notico is
linretiv I'lvitn to nil names interested In
said dam to attend and prove their rights
nt 10 o'clock in the foronoon of WKDNKS
JJAY, tho 17th dav of May, 1WH, at tho
ollkeof Chas. T. (lulick, Kwi number 'Mi.
Merchant street, or they will bo adjudicated
without Midi attendance.
KMMA M. NAKU1NA.
Commissioner of Private Wajsand water
Ulghts, lilstnctol Honolulu, isianu oi
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
.-trect, with Bathroom, pat-
nt v. C, etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
J. M. VIVAS.
ONE U LOOK ritOM E
retanla street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tnco of Six Itooms. Uirue
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Apply to
K. It. HKNPItY,
at Hawaiian Hurdwnre Co.'s store.
AVA ACHE LOT WITH
Furnished House at
Iwilei, Honolulu. Apply
on hoard "W. G. Hall" or Mrs. Santos
on tho premises. 701-'Jw
TO LET OB LEASE
rpHE COTTAGK AT NO.
X 258 King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Ixsvy,
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and liathrooin;
Stable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
Tor particulars and terms, apply to
CTi-tf at E. O. Hall .V. Sons'.
7 1 '-'-at
Commercial Saloon last night. It
was between Harry Klenimo and
Ohas. Leonard. Six rounds were
fought, when Leonard was knocked
Perils of the Hour.
Secretary of the Navy .
!...' ..I ll.. .......
AUliiii.u iiuniii'iiji Linn- i
The I'. S,
mandiiig tho Asiatic .Squadron at
Hongkong, to go to Seoul. Coron,
where it is reported tlieie is a gen
eral unrihiiiL' of natives against
Christians, including a
United States ciluuim.
i The many cases of rheumatism
cured by Chamborlaiii'H fain Balm
i during tho past few mouths havo
I given tho people great confidence
I in its curative properties, and have
I shown that there is one preparation
1 that can bu depended upon for that
painful and uggiavatmg disease.
, llounkor Uros., Lorain, Ohio, say:
Mr. Moses I'rice. of this ulaco, was
troubled with rliouiiiiitimii for a long
time, Uhambei Iain's l'ain Balm has
that the Halm
And now with rod and line anil hook,
Tho lishcimiui so bold
Will go ami sit down by the brook
And catch a fearful cold.
Kimtai Cify JinmmL
Carrie I think Hattio has gone
out to moon, Fniinio What'B to
iiioout (Jarrio Don't you know
what that ist Fauniu (catching on)
O, but why moon? Carrie Be
cause there's a man in it. Detroit
All American girl has refused to
mako over her fortune to a foreign
Count, and the engagement iu de
clared oil. Mako a silver statue of
'Independence," let this brave Ann r
imiiiiiI liim. He siivs
1...., .... .......I I,',..- ..nil, lie nil deal
ers. Benson', Smith A; Co., ngouts I iciiu girl be the. model, and send it to
for tho Huvvaiian Inlands. I tlio World'u Fa)r.-7iuafo Nem,
On Retail Prices!
IS ALLOWED TO
ALL CASH CUSTOMERS
Hobron, Newman & Co.'s
FUKHll STOCK OK
ing of I ItoouiH, K
chen, Small llackyard and
side entrance, at nrcsent
occupied us a saddlery shop by Jose Uliis,
in tue uusmuss pare oi tue town uuu cell'
trally located. For particulars apply to
On the premises or by letter.
Wailukti, March 21. tiSl-lw
rpiIK LAHHK STOBiK
X and Collco Saloon of
five's llakcry on Nuuanu
street. The Hooiiih are
'J'JxlUI and -Ux-i. There are separate from
the ltnkery. The llakcry Is si ill iu opera,
lion anil will have a store for the sale of
Bread, Cakes, Pies, utu., adjoining the pre
sent one. J'or further particulars nppl to
H. H. MASON,
70J-lw on the premise-.
rniiK two pii:ci:s or
X Projierly with the
Buildings thoreon, situated
on Kim; street, and at nni-
ht'ill occupied ny .Messrs, n owieinaini
J. Downey, both being oppo-dto the resi
dence of J. II, Athorton; each of these pre
mises are bringing iu an annual rental of
fui, and a Hue opportunity is licrclij
ollcred unjoiic who is desirous of owning
a nice comfortable home iu it good tota
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
tow n. For terms apply to
tAH-lt JOHN F. COLI1UUN.
iElKl. ' UNION
The undersigned nro prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
CONNECTION WITH THE 8TEAM
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
or Seen Pranolaoo
Or New Zaa.la.xid.
may o hd
I AWN MOWKKK TO I.IIT
Lj day, week or nioiitlr
Cleaning and Sharpening done, Duplicate
I'iocus furnished w hen inquired, Machine
called for and returned. Also, Ilepairlug
(lurden lloe-In fact, can du uiijlliiiit;
necessary around the Iiiiiimi or stable.
Ulurf up Mlltuul Telephone lu'.'.
ftM-tt N. V. MIUUKBH.
einsuted at the
itrutly aud promptly