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FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1802.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1893.
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Full Mnon on tile 30th ut Cli. 52m. p. m.
Tlmu Whistle blow 8 ut 111. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu tlmu, which Is the sumo us 12li, Om.
Oh. of Uiecnwich time.
Saturday, April 28.
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr Waimanalo from Maui and Molokai
Stmr Wnialeulo from Hamakua
Stmr C H Bishop from Kauai
Saturday, April 23.
Haw bk Lealii, Nelson, for San Francisco,
Sohr Ka Moi for Koliolulclc
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Am bk Ceylon, Cullioun, for San Francisco
Stmr Jas Makce for Kupna
Stim Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Claudino for Mauiuto pm
LOCAL AND OENEBAL NEWS.
Baseball (his afternoon.
Tlio Fair will bo open this ovon
ing. Ono Chinoho opium sinokor was
arrested last night.
The nioro dangerous convicts in
Onhu prison wear striped pajnnias,
Ladios attending Mrs. Boardnian's
table at the Pair will bo dressed in
Japanese cost nine.
In thu Ui'LMHiX Rr.iu.sinv (first
page) is advertised a lost shawl with
a reward for its return.
Diamond Head, 12 in. Weather
oloiuly, wind fresh northeast. Steam
er Mokolii off the head.
Everything that can bo dono will
bo done to make tho time pass de
lightfully to visitors at tho lair.
Liout. Harry II. Stiloinan of II.
B. M. S. Hyacinth will load tho 6:30
p. m. praiso service at tho Y. M. O.
Coffee and sandwiehos, ico cream
and cako, iced lemonade and candy,
for sale, for "sweet charity's sake." at
tho Pair this afternoon.
Mr. J. II. Fishor, Secretary Hawai
ian Baseball Association, has tho
thanks of this paper for seasou
passes to its representatives.
Extra lino Havana cigars havo just
boon received by Hollister Ai Co.,
who havo an established reputation
for consulting and meeting tho
tastes of thoir patrons.
Invitations havo boon issued to
tho marriage of Mr. J. N. K. Koola,
of tho Advertiser staff, and Miss L.
Paohaolo at Halawa, Molokai, on
Thursday noxt, May -1.
Monday at 1Q o'clock tho May
term of the First Circuit Court will
open, Judge Cooper presiding. Ha
waiian jurors are required at 1 p. m.,
and foreign jurors when notified.
Tho tired go is at wcrk now near
tho Claudino wharf, and in a fow
days tho largest steamer coming
horo can dock at tho Pacific Mail
wharf. After clearing out tho shoal
near the Mail dock, tho dredge will
operate near tho boathouso.
Not content with importiug things
to mako people dosiro to live, the
Hawaiian Hardware Co. turns its at
tention to articles designed to pro
vent people from dying. -Their Gate
City liltor rids tho water, and thoir
ozonator tho air, from poison. They
have a furniture polish so effective
that it cannot bo used on the Palace
doors: tho guards would bo always
shooting at thoir own reflections on
tho polished panels.
DEPUTY SHERIFF WOND.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr Waialealo 3dUC bugs sugar und
1U1 bbls molasses.
The schooner Ka Moi sailed out the har
bor this morning for Hawaii.
Tho Hawaiian bark Lealii, Captain Nel
son, left to-day for Maliukona to load
sugar for San Francisco.
The bark Ceylon, Captain Calhoun, has
been moved out in the stream, having fin
ished taking in cargo. Tho Ceylon will
leave on Monday for the Coast.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Tho Cathedral Congrogatiou of
St. Andrew's will hold services to
morrow, as follows: 6:80 a. in., Holy
Communion; 11 a. m., moruingprayer
and sermon. 7:30 p.m., evensong
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, Sunday, will bo as fol
lows: 9:45 a.m., Morning pra3rer with
sermon; Vonito, Maunder in B Hat;
To JJoum, Itotzschmar in b ; Beuo
dictus, Langdon in F; anthem,
"Hear mo when I call," by King
Hall. 6:30 p. in., evensong with ser
mon; Magnificat, Freomautlo in E
flat; Nunc Dimittis, Hayes in G;
anthem, "If yo lovo me, keep my
commandments," by Monk. Rev.
Alox. Mackintosh, pastor. All are
Sunday Services 6 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
.the 7 a. in. Mass, every Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. 4. p.m., in
winter season (November to Fobru
'ary), 4:30 p. m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services 6 and 7 a. m.,
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, roar of Opera Hout.o. Ser
vices will bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. in. and
7:30 p. in,, preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAY ADVEXTlbTfi.
Seventh Day Advontist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Beret ania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social mooting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
ovory bnnuay evening. JSvoryone
v. ii. c. a. hall.
Sunday, 1 1 a. in,, sorvicos in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. in., services in Barracks;
. :0 p. in., Biblo Study in Y. M. (J. A.
6:30 p. in,, Gosplo Praiso Service in
"V. M. C. A. Tuondny, 7:30 p. in.,
prayer meeting at Y, 5l. C. A.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH,
Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m, and at 7:30 p.m.
Young People's Society of
Christian Hiidcavor at (1:!) p, m.
ISvangolibtiu borvicos will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. U. A. in Hulhol
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7;30
p, in. Everyone woluoino.
Comes to Town to Receive His New
Mr. W. S. Wond, tho suspended
Deputy Shoriffof Ewa, came to town
thisjmoruing to receive his now com
mission. Marshal Hitchcock lias de
cided to reconunission that officer,
after investigation oT cortain charges
made against him. Mr. Wond stated
to a Bulletin roportor this morning
that it was all personal spite against
him harborod by four residents of
that district. Ho would havo made
them feol very sick if they had gain
ed their point and secured his dis
missal. Tho officer know a little
about thoao individuals, but ho
wouldn't make public what this
According to residents at Ewa Mr.
Wond is a vor- efficient sheriff, hav
ing during tho short time ho has
boon down thoro suppressed all
gambling and liquor-soiling. All tho
liquor down thoro is brought by
visitors from town.
ANOTHER WILD GOOSE CHASE.
Cnptfin Schlommor Runs Down a
School Boy in tho Mountains.
Sinco the circulation of reports
that dosortors from tho mou-of-wnr
and merchantmen in port wore in
hiding in Waolani and Puunui val
leys Mr. Svlvano Nobriga. proprietor
of tho Enterprise ranch and also
owner of tho lands mentioned, is
sued a notice forbidding persons
from trespassing on tho place. Wao
lani Valley covors a largo area and
contains many caves whore a num
ber of mon could live in safety for
an indefinite time. Thoro is also an
nhundanco of fruit of all kinds.
About 3 o'clock yesterday aftornoou
Sylvano saw through nspy glass two
men walking along tho peak of tho
mountain and disappearing in tho
brush. Thinking they woro dosort
ors, and one of thorn probably tho
eagorli' sough t-for individual, Bruott,
he sout a telephone message to tho
Captain Schlommor and Liouton
ant Hookauo armed themselves and
proceeded on horseback to tho val
ley. They woro mot by Sylvano on
tho road and proceeded as far they
could go on horsoback, whon thoy
alighted. Tho animals were tothored
to a fence and Captain Schlommor
loft his companions and wont to re
connoitre. Ho had proceeded but a
little way whon ho saw two men
walking through tho trees about
two hundred yards in advance. Ono
had a bag in his hand. Tho officer
proceeded cautiously and having
gained a little on tho unsuspecting
mon halted them. Both men started
to run -and tho ofiicor gave pursuit.
Tho path bocanio rathor dangerous
for running, anil Schlommor firod a
pistol shot in tho air. Ono of tho
mon halted ami sang out, "Ploaso
don't kill mo; ploaso don't kill mo."
Whon tho officer got up to him ho
found a boy named Houry May,
about fifteen years of ago and a
student at Kamohameha school.
Tho officer asked May what ho was
doing up there, when ho replied that
ho had gone up to tho mountains to
gather some ferns and ginger plants
for a luau thoy woro going to havo
that evening. When asked why ho
ran ho replied that it was because
ho thought tho officer was Sylvano,
tho owner of tho land; ho know tho
laud was tabu and that ho was steal
ing. May ilul not know wlio his
companion was, but thought ho bo
longed to St. Louis College. Ho
was another lad about sovouteon
years of ago. May had also mot a
number of young follows during tho
afternoon after ferns and plants.
Captain Schlommor released tho
boy and told him to got back to
school as soon as ho liked, and re
turned to his companions, half a
milo below. The officers returned
to town after a fruitless search.
Thoy had intended to couio back to
tho Station with Bruott, tho escapee,
but they returned empty handed.
Tho remark made by Schlenimor's
side partner on his return was,
"Schlemmor, y ou'ro no good."
MR8. RAMOS GONE.
Bho Was a Taosongor by tho Bnrk
A fow wooks ago a docroo was is
sued by the Circuit Court giving tho
custody of a child of Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Ramos to thu father, ponding a
suit for divorce. Mrs. Ramos was
allowed to visit tho child three times
a week. On tho first occasion of
availiug horsolf of this privilege sho
abducted tho child and a writ of
habeas corpus was issued on Tues
day last for Mrs. Ramos to appear
in tho Circuit Court on Thursday
with tho child. On that day she
appeared without tho child, but pro
duced a certificate from Dr. Day that
tho child was too ill to bo moved.
Tho hearing on tho writ was there
fore continued till to-day. Thon
Antouo Perry, couusol for hor hus
band, moved for an order command
ing Mrs. Ramos to" show cause why
bIio should not bo adjudgod guilty
of contempt for not obeying tho ori
ginal order of tho Court as to tho
custody of tho child. This last
order-was returnable yestorday, and
it was roturuod with a policoman's
endorsement that tho woman could
not bo found. Hearing on tho ordor
was thoroforo also continued till to
day, at half au hour after tho thud
for hearing tho habeas corpus mat
tor. In tho meantime tho polico got a
cluo that Mrs. Ramos had gouo to
San Francisco on tho barkontino
Hilo, which sailed on Thursday
afternoon. Sho was seen with the
child, a littlo girl, on tho barkontino
shortly boforo tho vessel sailod for
the Coast. Mrs. Ramos wont as
passongor undor tho assumed name
of Mrs. Romaua.
O! the Agony
Of Thooo who Suffer from
Hood's Sarsapartlla Purifies,
Soothes, Heals, CURES.
Mr, T. V. Johnson
San Jose, Cat.
How New York Youth Are Taught
to Regard Our Defenders.
In tho Boys of Now York of April
15, 1893, is a unique description of
tho "Standing Army of Hawaii,"
which shows that all tho efforts at
advertising tho country abroad havo
not boon in vain. This is tho in
formation given by tho Boys:
"Tho 'standing army of Hawaii in
timo of peace consists of seventy
men. When tho dogs of war are lot
loose it is swelled as high as 200
mon sometimes. Tho Hawaiian
Army rarely 'stands,' however. It
profors to sit down when it is not on
tho doad run for cover. Every man
in tho army has a ditforent kind of
uniform. Tho equipment consists of
almost evory sort of noiso producer,
from bulldog rovolvors, with a bark
liko tho bull of Bashau,to tho match
lock that Captain Miles Standish
used to kill Indians with. If tho
rank and file 'tako a notion' to oboy
tho ordor of thoir superior offi
cers, well and good. If thoy chooso
not to oboy, also well and good. It's
all tho same to tho officers, and moio
so to tho rank and file."
n I bare for many years been a great sufferer
from SCROFULA breaking out on my arms
and legs; they were covered with eruption and
sores, dUchnrcliiff nil the lime. I tried very
many medicines and consultod physicians far
and near, but canatnntlr srev nine, I
have taken but three bottles of Hood' Sarsapa-
Hood's x Cures
rllla for rheumatism, and has derived so much
benefit from It that sho declares tliero Is no
other medlclno on earth. Wo would not be
without It In tbo house if It costs (20 a bottle."
T. Vaiu.ky Johnson, San Jose, Cal.
N. n. He sure to get Hood's Sars.iparllla.
Hood's Pills act easily, jet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 26c.
While Enjoying a Rest After Paint
ing the Town Red.
Two bluejackets, dosortors from
tho U. S. S. Boston, woro surprised by
Lieutenant Hookauo and three other
native officers in Allou & Robinson's
lumber yard this morning. Tho
mon, Hawly Hicks and 'Ed. B. Hor
van, had boon "painting tho town
red" and one fellow was dozing while
tho othor was laying down tho law.
Thoro was no politics in their ramb
lings, but it was something about
the places the' had visited last
night and the good things the had
When tho men found that thoy
woro in tho hands of bluocoats they
stored to tho cruisor this afternoon.
Thoro is ono more bluejacket, John
Bickuell, fat il 1 missing from tho
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
The Now Organ to be Dedicated this
The new organ of tho Central
Union Church will be dedicated this
evening with a concert commencing
at 7:30 o'clock. Tho program ar
ranged for tho occasion is appended.
No admission chnrgo will bo made,
but a collection will Do taken up:
Doxology (The audience are reimcitud to
('oncono "Hvuin to tho Eternal."
-Mrs. A. 1 Judd.
i:iiiott "Hark! hark! tho Organ loudly
St. Andrew' and Central Union Choir.s.
Itacli-flounod "Avo Maria."
MNs I,. F. Dale.
I'.ilmi-r "O Lord, how excellent."
llojd "Krom the 1'ross uplifted high."
Mrs. l'rttv, Mrs. Judd, Mossr.s. Itooth and
Sullivan "Hearken unto Mo, My people."
St. Andrew's Choir.
Moart "Within this Sai-rwl Dwelling."
Mr. H. Jaeger.
Anthem "0 conm, let u-. slug."
Mendelssohn Sonata, udiigio, allegro,
Buck "Fear not je, 0 Israel."
Organ Solo For tin- dl'pluv of the stops.
Mr. Wruy Taylor.
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JIJUUU (I illlllUUlU LI Hl '.,
woro overpowered. They were
Part of the Crown Found.
Ono day of last week, when the
yardmen in tho Palace grounds
wore removing bags of black sand
from tho baMimuut (not cellar) of
tho Palace, one of the men picked
up an ornament of some kind, who
afterwards handed it to Captain
Nowloin. Last Monday morning
Nowloin showed it to Major Robert
son, who recognized it as the orb of
tho missing crown. Major Robert
son reported the fact to Maishal
Hitchcock on Monday afternoon.
Mr. Lyonu' Rejoinder.
Please permit me to ask .Mr. J. A.
Kahoonoi in answer to his letter in
last evening's Bulli.tin, Who signed
his en id allowing him to hci-nmo a
member of t lie llui Iwilaiaina? It
may interest the public he mmjiiis so
anxious to picuso to know this.
Organizer of the llui Kalaiaiua.
Mi-Mjiiuh A- Sens, b.iuk ) ! Chi
huahua, .Muxir , Ii.ivi Hii.ii!iicYil Willi
lialiiblli of .'H.tmO.tni) TIm- chum
of llif nit-pension w.i luinl .mil iiiiu
Houd'tj I'illsnro puiely egotable,
anil do not purge, pain or gripe,
Sold by all druggists,
Complaints have been received
from thu different departments in
tho Government building that thoy
do not got tho Bulletin regularly.
Enquiries in that quarter elicit tho
fact that tho P. G. guards stationed
then) purloin tho papers, being seen
by several taking them, and after
reading stick them in thoir pockets.
Whon tho U. S. troops were in
charge of tho building none of tho
papers woro missed. Tho marines
borrowed the papers and after read
ing returned them to thoir proper
places. Thoro was a similar com
plaint from tho United States Con
sulate while tho Annexation Club
occupied rooms in tho Campbell
block. It is pleasant to havo sncli a
practical testimonial from that
that tho Bulletin is well
Elder S. S. Beaver, of McAllistor-
villo, Juniatta Co., Pa., says his wife
is subject to cramp in tho stomach.
Last sumnior sho tried Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy for it, and was much pleas
ed with tho speedy roliof it afford
ed. Sho has since usod it whenever
necessary and found that it never
fails. For sale by nil dealers. Bon
son, Smith Si Co., agonts for tho
On Retail Prices!
IS ALLOWED TO
ALL CASH CUSTOMERS
Hobron, Newman SCo.'s
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Hisses & Children!
The Well-known P. D. Corsets ""
The C. P. and R. & G. Corsets
A VVhl. AS
The R, & G. Nursing Corsets, le R. & G. Summer Corsets.
Those are Extra Long Waist and Well Fitting.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Aro Comfortahle and Very Light in Weight.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING- CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
For Children, Kest for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
COMK AND SEK OUR
FKKSH STOCK OF
Subscribe for the Daily Bulletin, GO
cntx vr month.
PIANO TO LET.
A N UPRIGHT PIANO WII.I.
XX let on May .id
let on Mav ;
l1 at Waikiki with llath
ing facilities; earn nass tho
place. Apply at this oil Ico.
TO LET OK LEASE
with Large Grounds on
Vineyard street, just oil'
Nuuanu avenue, lately oc
cupied by W. H. MoLcun. Low rental and
necessary repairs made, for a good tenant.
Apply to W. FOSTER.
1 VWVft "V-
The Kalihi Fair
WILL RE CONTINUED AT THE
Saturday, April 29,
FROM 1 i SI. TO 10 P. M.
Under the Management of Mrs. W a li.fr
and Mit. Wn.cox, and the Suierinteu-
tluiice of Rkv. Father Oi.kmknt,
for Church Purposes.
FOREIGN and HAWAIIAN:
Frizes to be Drawn, Grab Box,
lee Cream (6 Rfctimeots !
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Cents
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
IB. IB1. EHLBRS & CO.
88 FORT STK.H3B1T.
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former cost.
"Velvet cSc Smyrna IR.-u.gs
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
SSf In fact wo oiler Immense llargains in all Department.
1ST Dressmaking Undor the Management of MISS K. OLARK. i3
To Lot or LoaBo.
COTTAGE ON LILIHA
street. Apply to
Central Meat Market.
OMALL COTTAGE ON
O Punchbowl street, be-
per month, hnquirc at second door above
ALL PERSONS FOUND
ing, driving or otherwise trespass
A NY AND
11. riiiing. driving
ing on tho Kapiolaul Park Rao Truck,
without the necessary permit, will be pro
secuted. 0. O. RERGER,
M. L. MINER, S. V. S.,
Vktekinakv Suiuifon, Physician
Hotel Stables. Olllco Hours:
10 a. m.; l:;lo.'li30i'.M.
Tickets may bo had before the day.
The Hawaiian National Uanh will
he in attendance during tho whole time.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Mtignzine
street, with Itathroom, pat
ent W. C, etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Applv
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONE BLOCK FROM HE
retania street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tiiiro of Six Rooms, Large
Ixt, Stable and Chicken House. Aj
!. 11. Ml'.iNJHll ,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
A IK ACRE LOT WITH
Furnished House at
Iwllei, Honolulu. Apply
on board "W. G. Hall" or Mrs. Santos
on the premises. "Ul-2w
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
2T3 King street, lately
occupied by Sir. M. S. Ixivy,
-ontainim;3li-il rooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and ilathi join;
Stable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, npplv to
013-tf nt E. O. Hull .t Sons'.
The First Game.
Tho following will ho tho innku
ii of tho font dialing tonnid in tho
basohall gaino thib aftornoou:
I lll.M I.Mh.
I 'hau. Wilder
1. I, Milium
Chris. Holt. .
2 li .1.
. S n
.V. F. Kaao
. ...L. A. Halt
. . K. Holt
. Prince Cupid
Rosidcnuo with Dr. F. L. Minor, Iloreta
nia street. AU calls will receive prompt
ISTe-w Blu.i'Ojpea.n I
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY TWO I1I.OCKS KROM
Main Entrance to the Fadr!
aiil-.llS OMh Terraco, CliU-ugo.
Rates; $1 per Day & Upward. 1st Class Cafe,
IN BE MECHANICS'
V V lluuclll Union, a
Tho nioro (Jhninhorlain'H Cough
Koinotly is tiM'd tho Imtlor it is lihcil.
Wo know of no ollior romudy thai
always givi'H hatinfai'tion. It lit good
whon yon lliht catch cold. It is
good whon your cough in ooatcd and
your linign aro horu. 11 is good in
'any kind of a cough. Wo hao Mild
!nnt. Iho doon of it and tnorv
hot t to lias given tnt infant ion. Stotl
111:111 .V Kiicdnian, druggists, .Minno
Mita l.alin, .Minn. M cunt lioltlcn
for Milo by all denlorn. JimiMiii,
.Smith V Co., agontrt for tho Hawai
tablished tiuiler the Laws of the Hawaiian
Islands, has pursuant to the law In suoh
cases made und provided, duly tiled at thu
Olllco of the Minister of the Interior, a
Petition for the Dissolution of the said
Corporation, together with a certificate
thereto annexed, as required by law; now
Notice is hereby given to any and all
persons who have been or aro now Inter
ested in any manner whatsoever In the
said Corporation, that objections to the
grunting of the said Petition must be tiled
In the olllce of thu undersigned on or be
fore WEDNESDAY, the 'Jltli day of May.
ihu;i, anil tnut uuy person or porsous uesir-
10 lie iicurn tuereou, must ou in ui-
Efj 1 rnSHa
1 Family Carriage Horse, "n'
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
It. I. LILLIE,
TUMI at T. II. Duvleu in Co.'s,
tendance at thu olllce of the undersigned
in Aliloluui Hale, Honolulu, ut 10 o'clock
a, m. of said day, to thov cuuso why said
Petition should not bo grunted.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, March 'JO, lfci'.U.
A IMPLICATION HAVING HERN MADE
Jx. to me by Utiin King alms uiii Kin,
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu. fur the adju
dication of his rights In the stream of
Nuuauujfeir or ut tbe dam called Pali
Ucit, NttnKtil Mre.un, in the Ditriet of
Honolulu, Inland of Ollill. nsiiruWded in
Chapter 'M, of tho l;m l 1HM, notice is
hereby given to all parlies interested In
suld ilam loattiiud and prove their right
at lit o'clock In the forenoon of WEDNES
DAY, tho 17lh tia of May, JMU, nt the
ullli-uof I'liac. T. llulli'k, Esij,, number 'M.
Merchant Mirrt, or they will lie adjudicated
ullliout MU'li iiltciiuuncc.
EMMA M. NAKUINA.
Ciiiiiluibfliiiicr of Private 'uniunl Water
Rlglilx, District of Honolulu, bland of
April'.':, IWJ. 7W-3t
inj? of 4 Rooms, Kit
chen, Small Backyard and
side entrance, nt present
occupied as it saddlery shop by Jose Dim,
in ino ousincss part 01 me town anil ecu
'rally located.' For particulars apply to
On the premises or by letter.
Wuiluku, March 21. (CM-lw
rpiIE LARGE STORE
X und Cotlce Saloon of
ix'M and Mx'Jti. These are separate from
the llukery. The Rakery is still in opera
tion und will havo u store for the sale of
llreiul, Cakes, Pies, etc., adjoining the pre
sent one. For further particulars applv to
H. G. MASON, '
70.1-lw on the premises,
rjMIE TWO PIECES OF
X I'rojierty with tlio
Buildings thereon, situated
on King street, and at pre
sent ou'tiplcd by Mimrs. H, Now loin and
J. Downey, lioth being opposite the resi
dence of J. It. Athurton; each of these pre
uilhcsuro bringing in an annual rental of
i fSCiO, und u line opportunity is lieicbv
olli-red anyone who is desirous of owning
a uii-e comfortable home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
ton u. For terms applv to
MU-tt JOifN F. COLRUHN.
Tho undersigned are prepared to grvo in
tending 'Jfcmrists tiio advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago sP Return
IN CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
KKS OF THE
OCMIG STEAMSHIP COHPT
or Seen Fi'anoleoo
UM STEAMSHIP COMFY
or TTw Zealand..
Further particulars mav bo htfd
I AWN MOWERS
j iiuy, vm'uk or
TO LET 1IY
llllltltll - ltelullrltli'
Cleaning and tilmrpunlni; done; DmilUuite
Pieces furnished w lieu i eiiilred. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Hepalrliig
(litrden Hoe- in fuct, can do ail) tiling
ueeeosary around thu Iioiimi or stuble,
lthiK up Mutual Telephone lu'J.
Ml-U 'N, Y. UUllGKHS.
txixuted at the
ututly unit promptly
Bulletin OJJka, v--
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