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Tidos, Bun and Moon.
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piiuiei next week.
Time WlilHtlolilnws at 111 2m. Sis. p.ni. of
Honolulu time, which 1- the siinio us Uh. Uiu.
(Is. of Uieunwlch time.
MB DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, MAY 1, 1893.
Sunday, April 30.
llr sh Greta, Garland, 04 days from New
castle btmr Glaiuliiu- fiom Maui and Hawaii
Stnir Mikuliaia Irom Kauai
.Rtnir Kiluuea Ilou from Hawaii
fatnir Leliua from Molokai
Stmr Kaala from Wninnno and Wniuluu
Btmr Iwalani from Kauai
Stmr Jamos ilakee from Kauai
Moniivy, May 1.
U S S Moliican, Ludlow, for Port Tow n-
Am bktno V II Dimond, Nelson, for San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for San l'raneisco
Stun Mokolii for Molokai
fetinr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stnir Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui ,
Sehr Liholilio for Waimea
Vessol3 Leaving To-morrow.
Stnir Kaala for Kaliuku and Punnlulii at
',) a m
Btmr Oluudino for Maui at 5 p in
Btmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Jas M a kee for Jvapii'i at 0 p m
Btmr C It llishop for K.iuai
Btmr "U'aialealo for Lnlmhu and Hamaku.i
Btmr Ivvalani for Makaweli at 5 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stnir Claudine G7G0 bags Migar, 120 bags
potatoes. 30 bags corn, .'! horses, ol
hogs, -26 hides, 017 feet koa lumber, 145
Stmr Mikali.ila 5377 bags sugar, 30 bags
jiia, 15 bags taro, 35 bundles hides, t
lior.-e, 75 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Kilauea Hou 1300 bags sugar, 10
Stnir Iwalani 1H41 bags sugar.
Stmr Jus Makee 2550 bags sugar.
A rovvaul is
Admiral Skorrott's Hag is flying on
tlio U. H. cruisor Boston.
Captain Uosohill is clerk at the
Police Station vico V. A. Hardy.
Mr. Arthur Johnstone, Into ro
poitorot tho Star, is now editor of
Dr. 13. Schneider, veterinary sur
geon and dentist, lias his oliico at
tho Olub Stahles.
Tho mounted patrol has been re
duced to half tho original mini bur
to cut down expenses.
Tho Hawaii's and Ivaniehainas will
meet on tho diamond on Saturday.
Look out for a good gaino.
Mr. Goorgo Lycurgus has taken
charge of the llotel Park Aniio..,
and will run it as a seaside hotel.
Information is wanted of the
whereabouts of Annie 13. Mahouoy,
formerly of Prince- Edward Island.
Tho regular monthly mooting of
tho Pioneer Building A: Loan Asso
ciation will lake, place this ovoning.
The wiestliug match which was
to have taken place this ovoning be
tween J. Spencer and U. Jones has
A quartet of "antiques and horri
bles" on a wagon this afternoon with
tomtoms attracted a large crowd of
people on the street.
A young native lad of seven sum
mers hail his left foot crushed yes
terday morning by the wheels of a
wagon owned b- Pedro.
Invitations have been issued to
tho marriage of Mr. Frank .1. Ivrugor
and Miss Helen Hose to take place
next Thursday oveuing.
Scots wha ha'o come to tho toon
frao it her pairts will find a welcome
at the regular weekly mooting of tho
Thistle Club this ovoning.
There will bo no concert by the
P. G. band at Emma Square this
evening, as it will bo engaged at tho
Portuguese festival this evening.
On Tuesday evening, May Dth, Mr.
"Wray TaylorVill give an organ con
cert at Kaumakapili church, when a
choice program will bo presented.
Tlioro are only five natives who have
signed tho annexation roll on the
whole island of Molokai. They hold
minor otlicos in tho Government
Tho residence of Mrs. Chas. Kib
liug on Punchbowl was entered on
Saturday ovoniug while tho family
wore at tho fair. Everything in tho
house was ransacked, but nothing of
value was taken.
The L S. S. Mohican weighed an
chor shortly after 2 o'clock this af
ternoon for tho Sound. She was
seen to drift and got stuck on the
reef. At four o'clock the Mohican
got off and yho steamed out tho
Mrs. J. Neal celebrated her sixty
second birthday with an enjoyable
lay-out at her residence on King
street, Saturday evening. A fow in
vited guests weio present, who all
wished her many happy returns of
nor natal day.
Complaints have boon made by
native lesidonts at Palama that (J.
Markham, signed their names to tho
annexation roll hi'.isolf without their
knowledge or consent. Two of these
residents are engaged iu tho ollices
To-day's Sosaion of thoExocutivo and
Tho regular semi-weekly meeting
of the Executive and Advisory Coun
cils was held this afternoon. Pros
out: Ministers Dole (President),
King, Porter and Smith: Councillors
j Damon (Vice-President), Bnimoluth,
Allen, Waterliouso, lirown, hunr,
ouiig. .Mel hosnoy, jNott, Morgan,
Bolte, Tennoy and Wildor. '
Mr. Waterhouso asked for further '
time for tho committee on the bill
relating to street signs and house
Mr, Drown on leave withdrew tho
Minister Porter submitted tho
regular weekly statement of tho
treasury, containing tho following
In hand last report, S7!),2 10. II.
Receipts from bonds, $7000.
Ucceipts from general revenue,
General expenses, $10,Gf(.87.
Balance in hand, .?8(i,d:)5.-ll.
Outstanding accounts duo by
Due on P. M. G.'s notes, $155,000.
Treasury notes overdue, fc'JOOO; P.
M. G.'s notes, .?1:H),IXH); total, $!:),-
at oration or an independent repub-.
lie. It would bo only justice to the
ignorant llawaiians to gi n h-sir
, expression of tho Gowiumont on
this matter. Ho related an instance
of superstition among th' uatb.es. .
I A Hawaiian noighbi of his died '
I after four days' ilim- . and his
widow asked tho speak v hat her
' late husband had done thai the
i Government people should have
done that to him. '
Mr. Young was one who would go
I the' farthest toward (nidation, but
ho believed Mr. Eininclulli was right
in tho main. It was lime they knew
whether they wore a government or
Minister Smith said the question
had como before him in icipicsts for
advico from sheriffs. The Govern
ment should deal with the matter
cautiously, as tlioro was danger of
going too far. Peaceful discussion
of the situation ho did not think
camo within tho category of -edition.
It was certainly lawful urnlm
Mr. Brown counsolcd going s0v.
Mr. Blount was sent here, it wa- un
derstood, to ascertain the sentiment
of tho Hawaiian people, and nothing
should bo done to obstiuct his in
vestigation. Hawaiian' loved their
Hag- above everything else. They
were like children. J I they could ie
" LUNINC1 Tlttt COI.ttECTOll.'
for i?"'O0O D.'nmu'j')
l'ilnn a Si'i'
Mr. .1. W. Luuiii.', "the mm von
meet every duv." w.ts iu the lii-l riet
Com t Siiiuidav inoiniiigtoaiiVirto
104 Fort Stroot, Honolulu.
SiHH!!SS Corsets of Every Description
or ollicer of the Imci iment.v U X
For Iiadies, Misses & Children I
Well-known P. D. Corsets "-.
The G. P. and R. & G. Corsets
much about the loss ot I he mon
archy. Were the monarch oC the
Kainohameha lino it might be dif
ferent. As it was, ho thought only
a few in Honolulu weio wanting
restoration, and these because thev
believed iu that event they should
como on top.
Mr. Emmeluth was not for sq
ptessing those who vvoie misled, lint
thoso who vvoie misleading the ila
waiians. Mr. Damon thought if fhe Gov
ernment was weak it ought to jump
on any movement looking towaul
restoration. The freedom of speech
and of tho press was favorable to
safety. Tho Government surely h.ul C'npltnu Sehlominer
sutliciont standing by this time to be w wanant but failed
past the necessity lor extreme meas
ures. Mr. Young vvithdiew his motion
to pass, and tho lesolutiou was ic
ferred to tho Executive Council.
Tho Council went into executive
session at ' :.'.".
Opening of May Term of First Cir
From Kauai, per stmr Mikuliaia, Ajiril
30 E K Hisliop, Miss Anna Christian,
David Trask, l'rank Archer, San Wo, C A
Tong, wife and 3 children, Cheo Hop, wife
and 3 children, and .3 deek.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clau
dine, April 30 0 i: Coe, Mis J Giirlick. B
AV Kaai, Mrs lo-opa, V F Pogue, H U
Hitchcock, C M Waltan, I) H liuiley, H
lletho and wife, MrsScholtz, MIsJ IOng
lish, 11 Lyons, .Tno Kalania, H G lloswell,
J no Kaliiua, Mr Dekun, 8 Kiiponn, W 11
Keanu, Thos Clark, .1 Kealonlii, E Heloku
nihi, A Biebert, .1 VV Kalua and wife, Mrs
J Coukctt, C V Horner, A Pali, and 3.! duck.
of tho annexation organs.
Two men, Lui and Gabariela, were
arrested between 10 and 11 o'clock
Saturday night for selling spiritu
ous liquors without license. Five
dozen bottles of beer were captured.
Yostoiday afternoon two Japs wore
caught on Maunakea street, trying
thoir hands at the game.
HAWAIIAN PATRIOTIC LEAGUE.
Delegates Prom tho Other Islands
Meet in Arion Hull.
Rules for the Prevention of Cholera
Entering tho Unitod States.
Tho report of tho committee ap
pointed by tho conference of State
Boards of Health to devise a plau
for uniform interstate inspection in
case of a cholera epidemic was made
to tho conference at New York and
finally passed, after being somewhat
amended. The rules provide that
in case of an outbreak of cholera a
medical inspector shall bo on each
train, and in case of any symptoms
of tho diseaso being developed on
route, ho shall provide for tho isola
tion of suspects in a siuglu car. In
case of actual diseaso the car shall
bo isolated at some way station.
Special cars are to bo provided for
all passengers leaving an infected
According to tho resolutions, or
dinary merchandise, and oven mails,
do not require disinfection. In the
caso of baggage, however, and arti
cles of wealing apparol, it is pro
vided that they shall be thoroughly
disinfected. Similar rules are to bo
formulated, covering lake, river and
other means of transportation, and
an amendment was added, requiring
that railroad companies shall pro
vide a system of disinfecting train
Tho most painful cases of rheum
atism may be lelioved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm; its continued use will cure
uny case, no matter of how long
standing. Jt is equally beneficial for
liiino back, pain in the side, pain in
the chest, lameness, and in all uaili-
ful nU'ectious requiring an external tr.v, whereas, as u is now, limy weio
icmedy. A niece of llauuel satui.it mil allowed I hid piivd"ge, llie liumi
ed vviih Pain Balm and bound on of lieeiiiou. When the uiiiiniitee
over the seat of pain is superior to i weio tead.v to leporl the hall win.
any plaster. Fur sale by all dualois. J cleared, ami the ii.oiitinu for pro
Bmihoii, Smith A: Cu,, Agualn for the houtalion to Commissioner Blount
Hawaiian InluuiU. ' wits considered in secret mwmuii.
About thirty delegates of the Ha
waiian Patriotic League from the
dill'erent islands in the group ar
rived by steamers j est onlay to take
part in a convention to-day. At 10
o'clock this morning the convention
met in Aiion Hall. The place was
crowded with Hawaiians interested
in tho matter.
Tho meeting was called to order
by Jos. Navvahi, President of the
League, who in a few appropriate
remarks welcomed tho delegates
from tho other islands. J. A. Cum
mins, honoiary president, also made
a few remarks, hoping that tho busi
ness they had to transact would be
pleasantly done, mid that their aim
tho restoration of tho Queen -would
A. P. Paohnolo responded for tho
delegates, thanking tho presidents
for thoir welcome. Their feelings
wore well-known to all and it would
bo icdundant to say more than to
thank them for their leceptiou.
Three dillbieut memorials for pre
sentation to Commissioner Blount,
against annexation and for the iost
Oi'ation of tho monaichy, were laid
before the convention. A commit
tee consisting of .1. K. Bush, Hono
lulu; Thos. Clark, Wailuku; S. H.
Kahukiila, Kohala; .). A. Akina,
Waimea. Kauai, and 1. Kaooiio. 1 1 i-
nuaula, Maui, weie elected to merge for second reading.
mo principal mens oi mo uiimiiihiuis
into one and lepoil later to the
lu the meantime, while the com
mittee vvoie considering the nsolu
lioils, speeches weie made by L. V.
1', Kauealii, A. I'. I'anhaolc and .1.
K. Kaulia on the question of the
day. The gist of their loniarks vyas
thai the rostoialiou of the Hawaiian
inouait'h.) and the Hag to tho people
of the laud was most desirable. 'I he
rostoialiou meant that the unlive
would have aVav iu their own eoiiu-
Duo treasury from Postal Savings ' tain their flag they would not think
Notices of withdrawals from P. S.
B running to July .'U, $57,181.
Total deposits, P. S. 13., $5'21,108.4S.
Notices maturing this date, $211,
870. A largo amount, it was explain
ed, had not been called for when
Iixcess of deposits over withdraw
als for week, $1 Ui.J2.
Excess of withdrawals over depo
sits Tor April, $L2,li7r.r(.
Cash in hand, P. S. B., $3751.88.
Expenses Provisional Government
to date, $5 1,751.53; during week noth
ing. Paid to date, Sec. 2, Appropriation
Outstanding against Sec. 2, $-17,-000.
Cash in treasury to redeem silver
lload Boaul fund iu treasury,
School Board fund in treasury,
Total cash in treasury, $430,105.85.
Mr. Allen from the committee on
tho Washington Ministry reported,
recommending that Minister J. Mott
Smith bo recalled and that tho Gov
ernment await a reply from Mr.
Thurston before appointing his suc
cessor. President Dole submit ted a request
from Col Sopor for an appropriation
of $-128 to pay for adapting tho field
pieces for drawing by. horses. After
some discussion, in which it was
stated that the limbers wore too
heavy for hand power, tho item was
A discussion on uniforms resulted
in tho matter being rofoned on mo
tion to tho military committee, with
power to procure tho necessary uni
forms on the best tonus possible.
The bill to appropriate $1322.50
for balance duo on special election
expenses of 18i)2 was read.
Attornoy-Gonoial Smith moved
that the bill pass, as it had been ex
plained already. Ho gave tho items
Mr. Biown objected to tho paying
of legal expenses of election ollicor.s
who are prosecuted for alleged ille
gality. Tho Attorney-General showed tho
haulships of both cases (Mr, Bar
nard of Laupahoehoe and Mr. J. AV.
Smith of Evva).
Mr. Brown insisted thai tho pay
ment of tho bills would bo a bad pre
cedent. Mr. Damon thought the Govern
ment should stand by men who gave
it their services. When they camo
round to have elections again
(laughter) it would bo hard to got
ollicor.s to servo if they were not
sine of being protected.
Mr. Young seconded tho motion
to pass tho bill, which carried.
First reading of bill to legulato
tho publication of newspapers.
The Attorney-General moved that
a section be added providing that
the act take ell'cct from tho date of
Mr. Brown asked if the name or
every stockholder in a newspaper
corpoiation was icquired to be pub
lished. Minister Smith said not.
Mr. Wilder asked ir the bill did
not all'ect tho sale of foreign nevvs-
(' II. Wet m !'. I'ortvspuudi'Ut oT
the ('liicayo 'I H me. stall (I iu evi
dence that on ,.'iUiesdav last about
H):.10 o'clock lie CIS seated in h',
eottageon Gai.len I.aue, when the
defendant ennie i'i U'ld s lid that
Jones had st.ippi d his p,i-. ,ort, and
that he eauin io eoluci -:J8. He
(Lulling) s.ni 1 thai he vx.is a collec
tor of eusidiiis. The witiic- then
paid the money and Mr. Lulling de
pal tod. Lihiiirv at the I'u-totn
House elicited llie iiil-irmation that
Lulling Was not a cu tonis oilier.
Mr. W. V. Xauglilini, coi respond
ent of the S. I Ksauiinor, who was
pie-ent at the lime, -.tales that he
had heaid Liming say collector, but
whether he u-ed the wo id customs
or not he could not say. At the
wharf, pi ev ion-, to ibe depnrtuiool
the S. S. Au-lidlia, he had heard
Liming roplv, in ansvvoi to a queiy
fiom Wet nu.i" as io w h 'tlu-r he was i
a customs collector, iu the anirm.i
Mi. Luning in defense stated that i
he had never u-ed th word euslom. i
lie had only said "Lulling, the col-'
lector." It was ti lie he was asked
at the wharf whether he was a cu '
torn-collector, and he replied that '
ie wa-. hut on limlni; that his replv
A n i.i. vs.
wa taken in 'line
he had im-
L'olice M agist i at" Foster (his
morning gave judgment discharging
Mr Luning brought a suit this
afternoon against '. 11. Wetinoie
claiming .'?50iM damages.
r went out
1 to liiid
The R, & 6. Nursing Corsets, Tfte R. & G, Summer Coisets.
'I lie-e arc lAtr.i I.oiib Waist and Well Kilting.
ffiadm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Arc Comfortable and Very hljiht in Weight.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING- CORSET
The Ferris wood Common Sense Waists
Tor Cliildicn, lle-t for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
cojir. and si:i: oun
Beat's-AH Corset which we are Selling at 50 Gents
A KINi: ASsOlflMKNT OF
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
nioie. ami was tout no was on ine
U. S. S. Mohican. The ollicer then
took a boat and went out to the Mo
hican. He sent the boat 111. ill oil
boa id to ask Wet more to come
down, as a Chinaman wauled him.
Wet more in n-ily told the boat man
to tell the Chinaman to come up.
Wetniore is still on boaul.
B- if. :e:e3iijeir,s &c go.
Minister Smith said tho clause in
question was added at tho sugges
tion of a brother member of the
bar. Ho feaied it was objectionable
ami moved the clause be struck out.
Mr. Entineluth wondered at the
necessity of passing this long act, to
reach one particular paper, with tho
sedition act under their eyes. There
was scarcely an issue of the Ilolo
uiiia which did not contain matter
that contravened tho sedition act.
The Attorney-Goiioral gave other
reasons for the passage of this act,
which had come up iu litigation
over the properly of a newspaper.
Passed to second reading.
First reading of nu act to amend
Chapter JK of the Penal Code, re
lating to tho accumulation of arms
and ammunition for puipososof riot
Passed to second reading.
Mr. ICmmeliith moved that the
rules be .suspended and the bill re
lating to newspapers be brought up
At 10 o'clock this morning Judge
Cooper opened tho May lei in of the
Circuit Court of the First Judicial
Most of tho forenoon was occupied
in calling tho calendar, in a goodly
number of cases tho answer was t
Ah Ling Nui, who stole jewels
from tho residence of Mr. W. C.
Wildor, pleaded guilty to larceny in
tho second degree, lie was prompt K
sentenced to two yeai -' ii.ipri-oii-mont
at hard labor ami to pav I
A discontinuance wis noted in the j
appeal of plaintiir fiom Justice
Bickerton at chambers, in the caso I
of Mary Keaouiakaui vs. Annie J?eisl
replevin for an ice chest that had j
boon rallied. Kane for plaint ill'-ap-pellant;
Magoon foi defendant. '
Provisional Government vs. Kalil!
Assault and battery. Appeal fion.
District Court, Honolulu. Tiied b.v
a native jury this afternoon. Vei- ,
diet not guilty, three dis-enting. G.
K. Wilder, Deputy Attorney-Gener- j
al, for prosecution; C. Cieighton for
defendant. Defendant was lined $50 '
iu tho Court below for assault and
battery on Ollicer Shcahau at tho ,
Tho Justices of the Suptemo !
Court have issued an onler citing S.
H. Kalaniakec, District Magistrate j
of Waialua, Calm, to appear befoie
the Court on Friday, 5lli iiist.. and
show cause why ho should not be
dismissed from ollico pending
charges for malfeasance. i
J. W. Liming has filed a complaint '
against C. 11. Wetinoie, concspoud- '
ent of the Chicago Tiibuue, claim
ing $5000 damages for wrongful ar
rest. The coriospondont was .-top-
pod under the passpoit law from
taking pass-ago on the .steamer Aus
tralia, by Luning in the capacity of
a collector. Wetniore had him ar
rested on a charge oT ropiosonting
himself as a collector oi customs,
but on tiial iu the District Couil
Liming was acquitted.
A. G. Corroa, attorney, is tlueat- j
otiedwith process for disbai ring him '
undor a charge of having helped '
Mrs, Ramos out of the jurisdiction,
of tho Court while under writ of I
habeas corpus to produce her child
and order to show cause for not be- i
ing adjudged guilty of contempt.
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"li cm e lu' In gnu
II OVklils "Most nil'li
89 FORT STK,H3HJT.
AI'Tr.l! TAKINU STOCK AUU KIN'DS OK
White, Cream and Colored !
At 1 ill f the former uit.
Velvet Sg Smyrna Rugs
In nil sic greatly reduced.
Woolen Goads in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
f$ In fact wo oiler Immense llargains in nil Department.
i's' li.i u.
lu llll II Willi l." il.lli
r-.xr w-. jj
?:C- r A.
Mrs. Uaru r.. O'Zallon
of rin'n, O ,ioys '.1 c Pl.7-
l.?r Dressmaking Undor tlio Mauagomeut of HISS K. CLARK. J3
To Lot or Lease.
P nl WmlsiM with 1
M(' moilitips; cars p.is- ilu-
l.ice. Applvul tins niliio.
ftlt.I.ius tV Aj,f.l-l!b!l.Ml,
titid 1 oi. ut lwr II'. o oao
J .-In el.
ON Ml. ill V
I'eii'ral Meat MmUet.
Long and Torriblo Slisioas
from Blood PctGoning
Completely Ciiit J- hy Ilood'a
Jin. Mnry J:. OTi'''c 11. a vcrj' IntPlHgcnt
lady ol l'Sinia, Ohio, vn ikiIj-i'.c! v I. 1c ns
sistlni; phjslel.iiis at -jn r .'in; y Y jears ago,
and soon trrWlilo nirtT l.i. '"' out on lior
head, iirmi, to.i 'uo i.nd r ml II r Imli nil
camo out. She v cI"!il(1 bii 78 1 . , ami saw
nn pioipict of iiflp. At list gli I..' ;an t
take itdod's Sir njiul' inul :ii ouco lm
proveil; .'or' I -' n R 't o it "f lie I anJ vvallC
Blio says: "I liccuiopi rfi tlycnii.il tiy
and am now a well won'iin. I weigh 128 lb?.,
cat well ami i'o ilio v iorni,n,o niniiiy
Jlyeno sc.-m-. a w Jiul.-rli I 11 'ry
jiliyl 1 . t
vti:w nnrsi: oi' myk t , s
l iuins, 011 MUKHZine 4,'i"irVb
street, with Ituliiooni, put- MJiirVViJAJ
. at V. 1'.. ete. Commands alii "BsEB
nne of tin1 liniist views in lUuiolillu. Applv
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVA.S. '
TO LET OR LEASE
i with liiiri' (iMiuiilson rsv-rii-iw
Vin....ir.l sl.eet, just oil Siii?7iy3L
Nuiiiu. 11 avenue. Intel v oe- KZiJ-yisS-
enpie i in vv . n. .McLean, l.ow rental nnil
1 t ii"iu' iep liis iiinile, for 11 truoil tenant.
At.pK to V. ro.sTI'.lt.
1 1 '11 ut.. " lent, as
.. il .-oia tl- da ml."
t 1', AClii: LOT YVTIII
i I'lirnislii-il House :it
Iwilui, II01111I11I11. Appl.v i
." . 1 rrri.
Iio.ml "VV. (i
oil llie pieuils
Hall" or Mi-
HOOD'S PlLI.S il.cuM 1 In c?"ry fvollz
D61II1I1.U clio.t, cimatuiil nlwijs iirsforrcil.
TI'ANYMODY KNoW's- T1UJ WUr.ltK
JL nliuiils uf Ainiii It. Million.1), fornierl
of I'l-inee IMu.iril Ultiml, they will ei.nfer
11 favor liv ml. Ire--lit,; u lelt.ir ti l,M. 1'.
C"e.lieof thisollleu. 71n-lt
Minister Smith opposed the mo
tion, which was lost.
Mr. Kiiimoliitli moved a resolution
that agitation iu favor of the loslor
atiouol'lhe monarchy be deidared
as coming under the terms of the
Mr. Watorhoiisn moved that the
iiisdlulion pass. It was high time
to take action when (1011-011 was be
ing conducted under (heir uosos.
Hem weie natives coming from tho
utliei inlands to agitate or ic-durn-lion,
and iceeiviug encoiiragemenl
1 1 1 tin the IJueoii, who told tlmiu to
have hope and coinage.
Mr. Kiiiiuuliith held that as au
iii'Miiiou was llie object for which
thin I'i'ovlnioual lioveiiiiiient was
formed, H should be mgaided as
treason for anybody to dlsuuss re-
It is not easy to ascertain witli
I precision the total amount of Irish
capital, the lunil which sets 111 mo
tion whatever of coninieice, trade, 1
industry and employment exist., in
the island, but "I'fioin's Almanac"
helps us to form a very fair o-.li- '
mate. Tho tenement valuation iu
188!! HI of lauds, houses, etc.. was 1
1 1,(XM),(XK); value of crops, t'.S.J.IHKI,
(XX); value of hoisc-, cattle, sheep
and pigs, iw.'MMI.O'K); capital of j
joint-stock banks, xil),(H)o,(HX); de
posits in joint-stock banks and
savings banks, J.':ir.,(XX),(XX); invest
ments iu (joveriiiueiit stock lian--forabloat
Hank of Ireland, L'.II.OOO,
(XX); stock ami share capital, etc., of
railway companies, t'.'i(i,(XK),(XX); lish
orics, .i'l,(XX),(XM). Total X'li:!!!,(KX),
(XK). l.oiitltnt SI. .Iitmni (iiinlh-.
J eil llooins with Uuiliiooiii
ni; huri'i: ok ri'iiviHi-
Kll aiilo al V'.'ttiwSt'
Mith. A. M. Ml'.l.l.ls,
lot Kort street (up uiirs),
iW. r.1.1 u'i; IT.o.VI 1:1:-
re. t eais, a
and ( oiivi'iiieiii l Vil
li! s kikiIii-, iiree '-'
-laiiloand Cluel.eu lloil-e. Applv
1:. 1:. iii:ni)I!Y,
ill Ilawaiiuii Iliir.lwnu) Co.'s store.
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to ' ' ' ""-" "
SC I " .s
1 COMroliT.UH.Y n:u
V ni-h.-.l Coitiuu of Two
Ilu. mi-, with liiuliiotiiii ut-,
lll.tlied. Kiiliutild I'm u -lllLle 1
L.'i'iit l.'iniin. Al"u I hi 11. -lied
vale Ittiuilvi ipili'l loiMillv. Apply iu
7li-lw .no. tVj KMM.V isTltl'.i"!'.
TO LET. j
A "4 'v.
I!. n. in-, ori- ,
TO LET OR LEASE
pIIl:ClUT.V(!i: AT NO.
X. J s Kill,' stieet, latelv
oeeupied lij .Vlr. .M.S. U'V.v ,
eoiitiiiiiiiiL'.t lleilnioiiih. l'.u-
lor, liliiiii-io.ini, Klteiien nun iiaiiiiuoiii ;
mulilti iu .Mini; A 1 u-siaii Wntei laid on.
f.'nr pjiili'iilms inul terms, niiplv In
A III!. KlilSNAXm:.,
(llll-tf at li. O. Hull A .Sons'.
Altril.DlNO CONhlhT- J ., s.
hll-of I lloiniih, Kit- Jj&?&Zjh.
blboxion o? oFi'icaatj.
A T Till: .VS.NTA.li MKiatNO ol'THi;
rv. I'ft-lilon bumk's loiiipiny, nui,
cliuil, tiiuilll ll.'ieivvard and
Mile entrance, ut iiie-ent
i.coui'icil as (i sinlillerv hni liy .lo-o Dhi
ill the liiiniiuisi- part of the town and ecu
irully loenteil I'or partli ulnrs apply to
Oil the piemUus or liv letter.
Wiiilukil, Mureli Jl. ItSI-lvv
The undersigned are prepared U give i
tending 'liniurists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago if Return
IN CONNKCTION WITH THK STKAM
nit.s OK Till:
OCMIG STEAMSHIP COMFY
"WhiloMr. T. .1. Ifiehey, of M'oim,
Mo., was traveling 111 Kau-io he v....
taken violeiilly ill with cholera uir
bus, He called at a thug niore Io
get some medicine .1 id the druggist
recomiueudcil I'li.i nOeilai'i'- Colic,
Choleia and Diai'ihie.i K. iiicil.v u ,
highly he concluded to Irv il. The
result was immediate lefiuf, mid 11
few doses cuied liilil eoinjilelely.
It in made for bowel complaint and .
nothing else. It never liiil. l''or
sale by all dealeis. lieiisoii, .Sniilh ,v
Co., Agents for the llavvaiinu UhimU.
The Woman's Hoard uf Mission
will meet at 2:.lt o'clock lo-inoriow
afternoon in the ('mitral I'uioii
Chiiieh. Meeting of coiniiiittce (it
huld In thlnejty April -'1
iuu llllioi'l's vvwe eleele
eliomilg iUM i
.1, .1. Sullivan
i, I', U. 1i.ii'i .,; I'
J. Unci, e.v
J, A, t).SIIIfCl
1". VV. Altti'flliluilD ,
.1. A. Jt -JI0110I11I11
M.t) I, I s! I.J.
NY VNH V, I l'l I
torvt' tor tliw
I iH-l h'llt,
i'i. 1. ni,
I 11 a-ui'e ',
f cieiui v ,
111. 1 .W1 S'
sal. mil ..f ftf.i'r;tv.o
I'liu: i.Aitoi: stoih:
; .1 mill ( .diet
liiVe'u llitl.erj on Nilii.il
1 -trc. t. 'I he liiiiuiif
-J iilil.l Son;, 1 lie-e (lie M'liiu'.ue
..i Hi.Ucrj. The liak t N "ll in 1 pijrs
Inn and will 'have 11 sluie lor the -n!c?f
iical, ( 11 l.i-, l'ioi,, el.., adj. 11111111; th pre
e it one. I'or furtliui parlieiilnis ap.dv lo
II. (i. MAM1N,
TU'-lw on the picini-c.-.
t. rwiiu oi
uiu en c
tv itllUlll till
si I'll. l i.
'PHi: TVi I'UU ol
Of San Pranaisoo
- AND 'RIi;
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
or TsTew Zeuland,
t.W Kuriher partiuiilnrn may liu Imd
'PHi: TW I'IIUIok i pci -s.
- Jut'Ml JL l'rnirl wuh the 4fc,'!'TI.O ...
I II. I Uowii.v, iiiiih I., mm "I'po he the rtxl- U lilt U I 1 1' 1 1 ll VV UU
jPiAiw ) i.i.r
a s i nu. ' 11
V 1 1 mi AJmj .Wl.
v mi vvu.i, in. o
.1 ii"i i.f ,1, It. Aliieit.ui e.teli of tlk'M) lire-
Hi) .'-tin tifuirlim in .111 iiniuml r 111.1l of
; fi, ami a in.. . p iriun.ty U heruhy
iillnrcd loiviitiu Mho i itusflii.i' ..(uvvufUK
11 nice e 'inlnrljlile h.iu e . hhI Ioch
..', wiililn ( few iiiimiKr AUlk o( iiur
n.Hii. KurturtUkivpiib 10
' (Midi JiiltN K. CUl.llUltN,
Juli J'fiulinii utility untl promptly
Mtyutul ut HulUtin Ojjict,