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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
t'UOM AND AFmU OCTOBER 1. 1892.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1893.
Tiumsnvv, fny 1.
S S Mariposa, Hajwaril, from Sun Vian-
Atn liktno Amelia, Ward, 32 dins from
S S Mariposa,
at 10 p m
Tiiintsnvv, May 1.
Hajward, for the Colonics
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
8 S Slonowai, Cnrey, for San I'rnneNco
blinr W U Hull for Maui and lluwuu at 10
Trom Snn Francisco, per H S Maripca,
May I Tor Honolulu: J li irtr.im, .Miss
Kllui H ltaUncll, 0 1. ilrito, 11 b Connor,
1. A ( ouiiur, l'uul Cow lis. I.uly Herron
and Mi-mis Dunfortl (li, H G Daufoid, 11 T
Dilhnghim, i: Fanner, H W Fincko, M S
(liinb.iuni nutl wife. Win O rot tier, Mi1"- 12
H Ue, Mrs Marvull, Miss li Mutlier, .1 O
Xnlv, .lr, and wife, .1 W Webb, Mrs Webb,
Frank liotlfrey, O Bradford, W L htinley,
and 15 stiera(e. Tor Apia: Uapt fcnuai
noldi. Tor Auckland: ltev Jus O'Neil,
Miss O'Neil. Tor Svtlno: Trunk I)
Blown, WA l'o, 51 ihs 5lary T Downs,
Mrs AC Gordon, ASHickox, 51 iss Annul n
iles, .1 olm T Kennedy, 51 r and Airs r V 5Iil
lei, Miss Neville and nephew, MNs 51 Not
eutt, D W 1! an, and 17 steerage. At Ho
nolulu for Sjdnoy: J S O'blieu and niece,
Tho Hawaiian schooner Americana is on
her way to Victoria from Liverpool.
The brigantine W. G. Irwin, now in San
Francibio, is in command of Captain Wil
liams, succeeding Captum MeCulloih, pro
moted to pilot.
The follow mg vessels at San Francisco
are on the list of projected departures:
April 29, bktno S. N. Castle; 5Iay 10, S S.
Australia, bark It. P. Itithet, bark S. C,
Allen, brigtne W. G. Irwin, bark Albert,
schooner Transit, all for Honolulu; 5Iuj 1,
b irk Harvester for Hilo; schooner John G.
North for 5Iahukona.
BUJICHAKDT-ASHTON On 5Iurch Slst,
at Brashlield, Diicster, England, Fred
eiu lluiehnrtlt-Asliton, agud J3.
WALKEK On March '2Gth, at Iioigrove,
Guildford, Henry Clement Kain, only
son of Thomas Bain Walkir, of Hono
lulu, aged 1J.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Thurston is reported as ill in
Tho S. S. Mnripcwt will loavo for
tho Colonics fit 10 o'clock this even
ing. Warrants have been issued for
eighteen Jnpnuoso for keeping hotels
without a license.
Two Chinainen were onughtin tho
aul of smoking opium at Ewa plan
tation last night.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
gioa concert at tho Hotel at 7:30
o'clock this evening.
Pursor Tlios. C. Smith, of tho R.S.
Mariposa, has the thanks of tho Bul
letin for news faors.
Tlio monthly business meeting of
tho Y. M. C. A. will be hold this
evening at 7:!!0 o'clock.
Tho Catholic Bonovolont Society
will meet at the Coin out, to-morrow,
Friday, at .'$ o'clock.
L. J. Looy will toll at auction on
May 20 a piece of land at Kahuku,
Kan, adapted to coffee rai-ing.
Frank Godfrey, editor of the Paia
dise of tho Pacific, returned fiom
tho Coast to-day by the S. S. Mariposa.
Tho ciicket team from II. U. M. S.
Hyacinth defeated tho local team
jestoulay by a scoio of 138 to 73
Admiral Skenott, with his staff
ollicois, occupies a prhato table in
the dining-rooms of tho Hawaiian
Tho U. S. flagship band serenaded
Commission J. H. lilount at his cot
tage in the Hotel grounds jeaterday
Captain Harry Juon captured a
Chinaman last night in a house with
a lull opium outfit. Eight honib of
opium wore included.
Mr. Crowley will introduce tho
"New City Minstrels" to amusement
seokois, at tho Opora House on a
date to bo given later.
Adam Kauhinu, a native over
seventy-five vears of ago, was com
mitted to tho Insane Asylum on
Monday last by Magistiato Foster.
Tho CalifTnniTiFiuit Markot will
receivo by the b. h. lVlonovvai uoni
the Colonies golden russet apples
silver skiu onions and Sauio.in Jimes.
Sovon Japs and three Chinese weie
arrested last night for plaj ing clio
fa. Tho cho fa gamesters ate play
ing under covor of daikuess now.
B. F. Dillingham, manager of tho
O. K.&L. Co., was a passenger bj-tho
S. S. Mariposa to-day, after a pro
longed visit to tho Eastern Slates.
Tho meeting of the St. Andrew's
Chinch Association intended to bo
hold this evening is unavoidably
postponed till further notice is
Mr. Arthur Tibbs, stoiekeopor,
Kohala, loaves by tho Maiipoa on a
visit to England. On his way, he
will take in tho principal sights of
Australia. Bon voyage.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Sam Francisco, Apiil 27.
IH S. S. Maripoa.
THE HAWAIIAN QUESTION.
Tho San Francisco Chronicle (Re
To Go to the Wreck of the bark Lady
Some parties in town have associ
ated themselves for chartering the
bchooncr Hceia to go on a wrecking
expedition to the Kingsmill bhotls,
on winch the buk Luly Lampson
was lately wrecked. Percy Gmhnei
will likely take command of the
vvitckmg piiity, and will have for his
mate chief olliccr o the i-chooner
Norma which lately in lived fiom
Japan. Tho party intend to scrape
up enough coals from the wreck to
make a dandy little foitune.
Experienced skippeis have stated
that it is their opinion the mii-sion
will lie a foolhaidy one, as the reef is
in midiicean, vvheie there is always a
heavy sea bieaking over it. 'They
won't not enough couls to cook codec,"
said one t-eufaiing man. Time will
tell, howevei ; fortune favors the
with board at Hani-
Rooms to lot
Implements for sprajing trees to
kill blight have arrived b' tho Mari
posa. Mr. Marsdon, Commissioner
of Agricultuio, will loan thorn to
people on security for their return.
Capt. Underwood, foimorly mato
of tho baikentino S. N. Castle, has
taken command of tho bark Hespci.
Tho Hesper is chaitoied to load
sugar at Kahului for San Francisco.
Now colored elect lie-light effects
will bo produced on tho Hotel band
stand to-night, at tho concert to be
given by tho Hawaiian National
Band. A re-coloiingol tho globes lias
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After bhaviug use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith in Co.,
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
anil in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakoa street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Hawaiian National Band.
Following is tho program for tho
concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel at
7:!50 o'clock this evening, by tho Ha
waiian National Band:
Lad j Hon on, tho Misses Dan ford
(i), and Mr. H. G. Danford of Dub
lin, Ireland, were passengers by the
S. S. Maiiposa to-day. Thoy intend
settling heio indefinitely, and aie re
gisloied at tho Eagle House.
Mr. G. E. Boardman has estab
lished an ollice at J0.J Fort streot.
where ho maj bo lelied on to give
his best attention to all business en
tiusted to him. His various lines of
agency are recounted in an adver
tisement. Tong Kun and Ah Mu, the two
che fa gamesters who vvoio captuicd
at the Tong Hmg Society building
on Beretania stieet with, besides the
tickets, over i'lli) in coin, were sen
tenced in tho Distnct Court this
morning to pay a (ino of ST.")!) each.
News conies by to-days mail of
tho death in England of Mr. Fiede
rick Buichardt-Ahhtou, foiiuiubj of
the Kahua ranch, Kohala, Hawaii.
Ho was a bi other of Mr. E. A,
Burchnrdt, who was elected a Noble
for Hawaii in 1WK). The name Ash
ton was adopted along with an inheritance
the Ainoiican ilag on tho Govern
ment buildings in Honolulu was a
premature act and was not really
wairanted by tho circumstances.
Commissioner Blount is going about
tho thing in tho right way. Hois
Hi st determining whether it is worth
our while to have the islands. If ho
decides in tho alllrmativo tho Stais
and Stripes will bo hoisted again
and they will novor bo hauled down
while the United States exist."
In a leading aiticle tho Chioniclo
argues against tho belief that Mr.
Blount was selected bocauso ho was
oppo-ed to annexation. It conjec
tures that his report on annexation
will not be unfavorable.
Tho Call questions tho wisdom of
Ulount's withdrawal of tho protec
torate. It savs tho United States
will not bind itself to submit to tho
decision of tho people, because tho
geogiaphioal position of tho islands
forbids it. "It is not easy to recon
cile tho couiso of tho administra
tion," sas tho Call, "with tho broad
Anieiican policy which all recent
administrations have considered
necessary to our afety."
Tho San Fiancisco Bullotin is
avago. It heads its leador on tho
taking down of tho Hag, "A Sorry
Spectacle." It sajs: "The United
States received this backset at tho
hands of ,1. H. Blount, who appear
ed on the sceno as a soit of procon
sul. The sorry spectacle was en
acted, somewhat appiopnatoly. on
tho 1st of April. There was no
body, on tho occasion in question, to
execute the order onco given by
General Dix to shoot tho first man
who took down tho American ilag."
The Bulletin savs "the lesult is to
rendei the United States ridiculous
in tho oos of the world. No othei
nation goes about setting up its flag
and then pulling it down." In the
same aiticlo the Bullotin ridicules
tho st j loin which Pi esident Clove
laud addi esses President Dole, coin
paring it with tho terms used by
Queen Victoria and tho Emporor of
Russia. Jt savs: "Mr. Cleveland
prays that God may keop his corres
pondent in His 'w i-o keeping.' But
tho strictly regular phrase used by
tho Queen and other monarchical
rulers is 'holy.' Perhaps an excuse
will bo foil heoming for this modifi
cation of tho text."
Another aiticlo in tho Bulletin is
headed, "Pull Down Bloutit, Now,"
which holds that tho Commissioner's
position in Honolulu is illegal. It
says the United States has two Min
isters in Haw aii -ono of tho Ameri
can people and tho other of Grovor
Cleveland. "If tho Captain of tho
Boston, when ho Blount ordored
him to evacuate a position to which
ho had been assigned by tho logular
representative of tho United States,
Minister Stovous, had soiod him and
put him in irons, no soiious legal
consequences could have occurred."
(An article from tho Examiner on
tho withdrawal of tho protectorato
appeals cKovvhoio in this issue.)
Despatches from Washington ro
gauling tho change at Honolulu are
It is stated with somo positivones
that Mi. Blount was instructed be
foio leaving Washington to tako
down the ilag, in outer that the
Ainoiican Govornmont might find
itself fieer in dealing with tho main
question of annexation. On the day
of his dopaituro foi San Francisco
ho was cautioned to confide this in
formation to no person whatever, in
order that the motive and intentions
ol tho administration might not be
constiued so as to cause trouble
among the Hawaiian.
It is stateil that the nature of Mr.
Blount's mission leaked out, with
tho single osception ot the ilag busi
ness, befoie ho was a thousand miles
fiom Washington, and being tele
graphed to San Fiancisco was car-
d by John L. Bush to Honolulu
Sonator Palmor of Illinois could
not soo that tho action meant an
abandonment of tho administration's
intontions concerning tho islands.
Sonator Morrill does not condemn
tho proceedings unqualifiedly, but it
is easy to soo that ho disapproves
tho act which rosultod in tho lovvor
iug of tho Aniorican colors.
Sonator Cullom deprecated tho
act of tho commissioner and said:
"1 am not surprised that tho prosont
Democratic administration should
order tho Stars and Stripes to bo
hauled down. Thoy havo taken tho
flag down whonovor U103 had an op
portunity and thorowasa time when
thoy had it down in several States
for quite a while."
"I am opposed to annexation,"
said Vest, "but I do not see any
thing in tho action of Blount that
affects tho subject ono way or an
Sonator Dolph of Oregon, w ho is
pronounced in favor of annexation,
fears that tho withdrawal of tho
treaty and other acts of the admin
istration havo boon detrimental to
tho end ho desires. He would not
commit himsolf to an opinion on the
effect of tho withdrawal of the pio
tootorato. J. Mott Smith, Hawaiian Minister,
is roported from Boston to havo
boon dumfounded by the news from
Hawaii. An impregnable position
had been abandoned and tho United
States could not now protect the
islands in case of an uprising. He
says tho l'rovisional government
might appeal to England, Geimany
or Japan, and should tho Japanese
Ministorgivo assistance Japan would
occupy the very position the United
States had abandoned. "What Ha
waii needed was a stablo govern
ment and it would not bo surprising
if tho Provisional Govornmont
should turn to somo other quartoi
to securo it."
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A Brief Trial.
In tho Circuit Court thin after
noon, after the juiv had been sworn
for the tiial of the ruse of I1. G. Vi,
Kekoua et al., 011 a ehaige of con
ducting a che fa game, tlie defend
ants' counsel, C W. Ashford, moved
to dismiss the defendants lor want
of a suilieient chaigo against thorn.
The charge, as laid, was in tin altei
native, for "managing conducting
or assisting in managing " conduct
ing a lottery." xUter argument by
counsel, Judge C'nopoi held the
point well taken, and the defendants
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Heifhoii, Smith tx- Co., Agents for tlio
in advance of the Commissioner,
It was not tho intention to keop
secret what that business was, witli
the exception of tho fact that tho
Commissioner had authority to de
cline the protectoiate at an end.
The exception was guarded carefully
by Blount for the reason given, it is
said, by tho President, that if tho
fact that the American llair would
be hauled down became known if
might create trouble and bloodshed,
and also ollei temptation to foreign
nations to step in Slid secure tho
piio before the United States could
oilci an adequate explanation for its
Ulount followed his instructions
to tho lottei. He waited until tho
I excitement incident lo his arrival
had completely died out and allairs
vvoie in a tianquil state before mak
ing know n that tho protectorate was
at an end. Ho also made it known
at a safe time that tho Lnitod States
would still consider Hawaii and tho
Hawaiiaus under its guardianship as
far as outside inteiferonce was con
cerned, and in this also showed tho
caution which Cleveland and G res
ham had impressed on him, to de
inive tho auiiouuceinent of any
tinge of sensationalism. These are
said to be tho facts in the matter
with reference to tho instructions of
Congressman Springer said that
the hauling down of the Ilag was
aceoidiug to instructions and the
pioper thing to do under the cir
cumstances, Congiessinan Stevens of Alassa
chiisotts said that at first blush it
seemed like a step backwaid, but up
on thinking it over it would seem to
be the piopm llimg. "You don't
want to tie a man hand and foot and
then negotiate with him, but let him
be fieo to iinive if oii aie lieating
1 011 a fan basis,"
Ciiiumissiouer Cuter of Hawaii
! had ail inteniew with Seeietary
I tlii'sliain, which ho declined was
"ipiite satisfiu'toi.v." (Jailor was not
dicouiaged but believed that thov
I should coino out all right in the una,
CLEVELAND 10R ANNEXATION.
The Chicago Herald's Washing
ton correspondent sends tho follow
ing: "President Cleveland and Secre
tary Grosham are in favor of tho an
nexation of Hawaii. Tho annexa
tion of tho Pacific islands is to bo a
part of tho policy of tho present
xVdministration. This announce
ment is unollicial, but ma bo ac
cepted without question. It is cor
rect. President Cleveland and his
Cabinet did not hastil roach tho
conclusion that it was their duty to
favor the annexation of Hawaii.
Thoy considered the matter fully
and carefull looked into all colla
teral questions as to tho past policy
of tho Government, the attitude of
other powers and tho future govorn
mont of tho islands. Thoir conclu
sion was that annexation is tho only
way out of tho prosont dilemma, but
thoy are not in lavor ot annexation
in haste. Nor do they favor treat
ing with tho Provisional Govern
ment, a govornmont that may not
bo able to uphold itself."
Tho correspondent recapitulates
the argument against nogotiatiug
with a Govornmont uphold by out
side force and continues: "If tho
Provisional Govorninout shall be
ablo to maintain its authority unas
sisted, and in autumn still demands
annexation with this country. Presi
dent Clov eland will bo read' to
place tho matter boforo Congress
with favorable recommendation.
"But it has boon finallj held that
greater consideration than tho more
success or profit of tho sugar ring,
such as tho broadening of tho na
tional policy, tho acquisition of
strongholds in tho waters of tho
Pacific, which in tvvonty-fivo years
are to boar coinmorco great as that
of tho Atlantic, and the welfare of
the Democratic part', v Inch in the
opinion of the President would suf
fer if annoxation wore rejected by
him, havo now arisen to demand at
tention and to dwarf into compara
tive insignificance tho sugar scheme.
President Cleveland is thoroughly
convinced that tho present temper
of tho pooplo demands a bioader
national policy and the acquisition
of more territory, and he thinks tho
people would punish any party
which should reject Hawaii's proffer
to become part of our terntory.
0Li:VLLV.ND AOVINST ANNEXATION'.
The Now York Herald (weekly
edition) of April 1!) has a Honolulu
letter from Charles Nordhoff. It
suggests that tho only cause of trou
ble to be feared is that "annexation
ists should unondurably irutato tho
people, as somo of tho less judicious
seem inclined to do." Mr. Nordhoff
states tho fact that tho natives are
solidly opposed to annexation, whilo
foreign residents are greatl divided
on tho question.
A Washington despatch describes
groat interest as having been tnkon
in tho lottor of Afr. Nordhoff by of
ficials of the State Department and
others in Washington. A prominent
Senator very close to the President,
after reading tho Herald's Honolulu
"That will bo pleasant reading to
tlio 1'residont. 1 happen to know
that he is opposed to annexation.
He has appreciated that the popular
wish of tho people had boon for an
noxation, but he has doubted
whether tho people were Hiilllcioutly
informed 011 the question to give an
opinion upon which the vory destiny
of the nation might rest. Air. Nord
hoff's observations must satisfy him
that ho was ritrlit in this conclusion.
and he doubtless feels that such hit
ters will go far toward educating
tho people to the proper way of
thinking. Continuing, this know
ing Senator said:
"Tho Herald was very nearly right
tho other day when it hinted that
the President was favorable to an
independent form of government of
Hawaii, with the implied moral sup
port of the United .Slates. 1 know
that he does not look to the replac
ing of the Q110011 upon the throne.
The idea of monarch is repugnant
to him. Rut he does believe that
the islands are capable of govern
ing themselves nailer a republican
form of government, mid Afi Xord-
hull's views doubtless strengthen
this belief. Jf Commissioner Minimi's
repoil bearn out the President's
opinion the elfoits of the adminis
tration will be bent in Ihis diiectiou,
1 with the understanding mining other
luatious that thoy must keop, their
I huudn off,
"In fact, my belief is from what I
have hoard that Air. Blount boforo
ho returns to this country will havo
papors drawn up and signed by tho
provisional govornmont whereby tho
United Stales is to bo givon tho ex
clusive right of a coaling station
and other privileges in Hawaii, in
consideration of a pledge on tho
part of this country to prevent for
eign interference from other quar
ters." UNITED STATES.
It is believed tho gold crisis is
postponed. Tho steamship Trave,
whioli sailed from New York on tho
23th, took out .SH,1X),IXX) gold. Nego
tiations aro being conducted be
tween the Government and New
York bankets. Tho Government
wants to get ,$10,(XH),0(X1 gold from
There will bo no wholesale arrests
01 Uhinoso Tor non-registiation tin
dor tho Geary Act at first. Action
will await decision ol tho test case
to bo brought in Now York.
Among recent appointments by
tho President aro: L. F. AfcKinney
of New Hampshire, to bo Alinistor
to Colombia; Thomas L. Thompson
of California, to bo Alinistor to Bra
zil; Goorgo William Caiuth of
Arkansas, to bo Alinistor to Portu
Air. Carlor was in tho midst of a
several days' speech on behalf of tho
United States, when tho Behring
Sea tribunal of arbitration took ro
coss for a week, owinjf to tho illness
of Lord James Paunen, ono of tho
Orangemen aro acting disorderly
in Ulster. Thoy have ejected 800
Catholics from Queen Island by
force. Grand Alasler Kane has is
sued a half-hearted appeal lo the
Oraiigonion "in God's name to stand
steady until thoir leader blows the
trumpet," when all over sixteen
ears of age aro to prepare for bat
tle in behalf ot thoir faith and free
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L IIIVJJI t Jll1jllllJ (li. CPViCk
AlUS. .V. .VI. JUUljI.lh,
71r-l 101 Tort strut (upsl.uis)
at Wailiiki with Ititli
mg fai ilitics; cars pi-sthe
plate. Applj at this olliu'.
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
8aved Perhaps His Life
By Hood's Sarsnparlllu Blood Poi
soned by Canker.
Head tho follow Ins from a griteful jnothort
" My llttlo boy hatl Scarlet rover v hen 4 years
old. and Itloftlilm veiy wcilc and with Mood
poinoned tvilb cnnltrr. Ills eyiM liocumo
so Inflamed that his suftiriugs wcro Intense, and
for seven weeks ho
Could Not Open His Eyes.
I took him twlco during tint tlrao to tlio Eo
and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
remedies failed to do hhn tho f.ilnttst nlmtlow
of good. I commenced Riving him Hood's
Barsaparllla and It soon cured him. I havo
never doubted thit It anvrd his lht. oven
if not his Terr Hf". You rmy use this tes
timonial In any way you cliooso. lain always
ready to sound the praho ol
beoauso of tho wonderful good It did my son.
Anmic F. Blackuax, 28B8 Washington St.,
Boston, Mass. Git 11001)3.
HOOD'S PlLLS nre luml made, and are par
tect la composition, proportion And appearance.
rooms, on Mnuazino
strut, with Jiuthroom, pat
ent v. ('., ete. Comiimnils
one of the hnest views in Honolulu
J. 11. VIVAri
ONI', HI.OPK rilOM UK
rttania stnot tars, u
Cool anil Oonvenit nt Cot
tue of bit Uooius, Lariro
Lot, htulile nntl Chitkun lb
iit Hawaiian Hardware. Co.'s store.
L. J, f.o voy
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET.
uiidii'd Cottage of Twi
ltoouis with ltnthroom at
tueliul, editable for a miiuIu
geiitlLiuaii. A No l'lirnHucl IIooiiih,
v.lte f vim I : tiuiet loi-uliu. Annlv nt
71ri-lw NO. 10 11.MMA ftTUi:KT
TO LET OB LEASE
rplIKCOlTAfii: AT NO.
X U'tS Kiiik stu 1 1, Intel
ot eiijiietl bj ill. .M. b. ltv. ,
t uiitiiimiiK.i Jletlrooms. 1' tr
ior, iiiiiing-room, Kin tit n ami li imtoom ;
.Stable, in van!; Aittsian Witter laid on.
l'or oartluikirs ami uiiiih, iiiiiiU to
tlll-tf t i:. O. Hull A hulls'.
-v- a. i n ' " I r jtht 'i I. Fx&
. - rtapTsisr' 'rn JJLtaMJW
Grand Minstrel & Yariety Entertainment
VVIM, 111' OIV I N IIV Till. -
New -:- City -:- Minstrels
A Coiiii.iii of Hpetlalists ami I'rofts-
bIuiiuI Musieal MilnMs ilinldr the
Dlrtetloii of 11. M. ( now 1 1 v.
Dates and Particulars Later.
G. E. BOARDMAN
I)ukm to announce that ho hai locattil nt
No. It) I Ktut strtul, niul i pn pint!
to trans nt anv Inisuit s en
trust! d to linn Ho will
Collect Rents, Let Houses,
Ni'KOtmto (In J'un IiiimmiihI hilouf
IMl At T K
rpm: two I'ir.tT.H of
A. I'ropertj with thu
lluililings then on, t-ituati.il
on Kinu Mriut, niul at nre-
iteni on upletl in .va-srH, r. .miwhiii ami
.1. Dow my, both btiui; opposite tint ret
iluioii of J". It. Athirton, taeh of tin -it pro-ml-es
uro bringing in an iiiuiiiai rental of
f Hit), ami u tine opportunity is lnrib
olhriil an.vono ulm is ilesirous of owning
a iihe iniiifortable lionm in a gtiml lota
lit.v wllliln a few uiliiutLK' walk of our
town, l'or terms lipids to
ti'N-tf JOHN l CObllllKN.
AHAM)f-oMi:Ni:v iioiTnn j
eotaiiiing I'arlor, biuoUing Mz'x
The uniU r-igned are iniirttl to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago & Return
IN CONNIPTION WITH THi: BTKAM-
i:its or riu:
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
irm lltilroom- Diu-
iil Ivlii'liuu, Vt rnmlasautl
Custom House Broker. -
ltooiu, - b
hiK-rooiu uml Iviii'liuu, v t rnmlasautl l.a-
liui, VVixidrooui, llalurooiii ami l'aiuui VS.
(', Ittailtiful l.trgt OroiimlseontalnluttOr
namt ntal, Sshiule antl i'ruit litis, I lowers
ami LarKK llrapt Arbor. OiithuililiUK tmi
tains Wushioom, bnrvuit Kooni, lnol
looin, I liieKeii Ilmiiie ami mil, mid l.nri;e
( iirrliiK' Hou-e with all impioviuieiits.
In fuel the plate n i not bt moii lo be aiipro
nateil To a ptriuamiit tpiht fiimih a
b UK'tlll w ill be iiiiule m IiIiiiii nllert il. Vill
n in with or without t'urri ii;u Hoiimi
1111111-11 ruiiiinhttl or Uiifiirnihliiil. One
null fniiii I'o-tt Ullff mu hloel. from
lien Inula strt 1 1 earn Vl-o a New o-rooiu
I ollagi with all modern iniprineiucul- at
low nut. Appl) at tbistilViet 717-lvv
Of So. ii FranolBoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
or New Zealand,
I'ltrtber pirtieulura mm be hail
He ban (Inn ( tittup' on tt it I mill clrtet
ami line on Wilder avenue, tpplte Mi.
HlU'Uiilil'n lerllll lite, to lltl al rt Isoillllilt)
lln 1 in is '1 Jin a I'lieproof .Slnrim on Niiuaiiu
flri'i I, below Ituu laiilu, in let.
1 I'. Moitii
, ttr- Jlglimultgu fa
hlmrus i( htoisfc
from Honolulu for aluie pint
nil I'M r.t MoiiiIiin niul 'i'H
naj at itnreiotK a u.
A C. I'ljPl VSA. Am nt,
Willi uiieaalvM A t-u oiiduii n,
txttulfd nt the
neatly uml ptumptly