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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1802.
Leave Honolulu. ,,0:lf
Arrlvo Honolulu. .8:35
A.M. P.M. l'.M.
8:15 1:415 4:35t
0:57 2:57 SirM'
10:43 3:13 5:liit
11:55 4:55 0:50t
PkarIi Oitv Local.
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Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, f Saturdays only.
TIE DULY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1893.
Friday, May B
S S Monowai, Caroy, from the Colonics
Stmr Iwnlani from Knunl
Suhr Luka, from Haiuakun
FitiiMY, May A.
B S Monowai, Caroy, for Ban Francisco at
Btmr V G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Pelo for Makaweli at 3 ji in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr Iwalani 11107 bags sugar and 10 pkgs
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Oh, thoso kahunas!
Sign painters nro wanted. Soo ad-,
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woalhor
cloudy, wind light northeast.
The S. sTMonownriiad 310 pas
sengers in transit for America and
A list of ollleors of the Koun
Coffee and Fruit Co., Ld, appears in
A fomalo Jubileo singer was a
through passongor on the S. S.
A nuinbor of the Monowai passen
gers drove in a four-in-hand to the
Pali this morning.
On Thursday next the quarterly
mooting of tho Union Feed Co. will
bo hold at tho ollico on Qucon street.
I. Eubinstoin, assignee of the
bankrupt estate of Tai Luiii, has a
notice to all claimants against tho
Por S. S. Monowai, 300 smoked
eels from Now.Zoaland, tine flavor.
Try 'em. Gal. Fruit Market. Mutual
President Dolo and Vice-President
Damon paid an ollioial visit to Com
mander Nelson of tho U. S. S. Adams
Tho Marshal has issued a roward
of 5100 for tho arrest of William
Bruott, t ho sailor who escapod over
tho Station wall.
FACTS ABOOT HAWAII
Only the Planters Favor Annex
ation, and Even They Are
TRYING TO AROUSE VIOLENCE.
From tho Colonies, por S S
Mav 5 l)r and Mrs
Colborne, Miss A
ijiirisiiu, j jicKiieii,,v vvusou, j, i uoug
las and J Ogden, also 0 in steerage, and 310
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Mav 5
A Dreier, V Knudsen, A Dreier, Jr. O lsen
berg, Misses Isenborg (:!), Mrs Meier, L
Toussaint and 1 deck.
For San Francisco, S S Monowai, May 5
D Noonan, Geo Lane, Mr S Arnold, M
H Collee. S T Alexander, Jas Dodd, T J
King, C foeriinger, F MeGraw, Wm Ander
son, J II Staley, P Adler, OH Lowell, Mrs
A.T Burgess, Miss MA Lyle, J Ellas, N
iiuai, ji a. imuiey.
Por Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, Mav 6 Por tho Volcano: W Easton,
Messrs Wilson and Ogdon. Por way ports:
A McDonald, W Hensler, Mrs Hoolapa,
Mrs Aiona, T Clark, J Richardson, C Guild,
A Scott, CI) Miller. Mrs and Miss Green
well, A Kauhane, J H Waipuilani, Col S
Norris, and 30 deck.
Tho S. 8. Monowai carried the following
cargo from this port: 75 pkgs spuds, 52
crates onions, Lewis llros; 5'JbU bags sugar,
W. G. Irwin it Co: 78 bunches bananas,
G. Lyeurgus; '201 do, Y. Luni Sing; 255 do,
J. da Silva; SflO do, Jno. Shaw; 0T1 do,
Campbell. Marshall it Co. Domestic value,
OLD CHIPS AGAIN.
tlio...d(,osion. Tho Queon, to whom
they aro'devoted as, tho reprosonta
live of the government thoy prefer,
has told thorn to bo quiet, because,
as sho and all who nro with her have
told thorn, tboi United States aro a
great and just nation. Tho President
is a great and just man. Ho will not
do a groat wrong to our people, and
wo havo encouraged them with an
example out of our own history. In
18-13 an English Admiral hauled
down our flag, hoisted tho British
ling and soizod possession of tho isl
and. Our people wore dofoucoloss.
Too woak to rosist, they could only
protest. Thoy remained quiot at
tho bidding of ihoir native rulors,
and by and byo another English
Admiral enmq and hauled down tho
British flag, hoisted and saluted tho
He Creates Trouble in tho Y. M. O. A.
It. Schrciber alias Chips, lately
member of the National Guard, id in
trouble again. Chips entered the
Y. JL C. A. reading room this morn
ing us was his wont and took up p. -
pera to read. He did not read long,
but got up and went to u desk wheie
writing material is kept. Chips pick
ed up the ink bottle and slapped it
down on the table, spilling all the ink.
He smeared his band with the liquid,
which ho rubbed over the table. The
Janitor on coming in saw tho dirty
stale of the table and also saw chips
washing the ink oil" his hand. The
Janitor asked Chips if he had done it,
and he replied yes. As Chips bad
done the same thing before, and also
confessed to having stolen a book be
longing to tho library, the Janitor
decided to have him arrested. Two
officers were called in, but when Chips
got those eyes of his on the blucen.its,
he scooted like chain lightning and
jumped out the window. The officers
followed him for some distance, and
Chips was. gaining on them when he
stumbled and fell. He wab arrested
and locked up.
Dr. Cooper was called in later to
examine Chips as to bis sanity.
A number of tho delegates of tho
Hawaiian Patriotic League paid a
visit to tho Queen at Washington
Place this morning.
Mr. J. L. Easton of Tacoma, who
has been staying at tho Eagle House,
left this morning by tho V. G. Hall
on a visit to tho Volcano.
Tho Hawaiiau National band gave
an enjoyable concert at the Hotel yes
terday evening, for tho bonelit of tho
S. S. Mariposa's passengers.
Cricket seems to again bo the
order of tho day among tho Sanio
ans, numorous games having been
played during tho past mouth or so.
To-morrow afternoon tho P. G.
band will play at tho baseball game
instead of Emma Square. There
after tho Saturday concerts at tho
square will bo resumed.
Ho Yen Kee & Co., -11 Nuuanti
street, aro prepared to put down or
repair water pipes, or do anything
required in the plumber or tinsmith
Hue. Thoy employ none but experi
Messrs. Wilson and Ogden, two
young men .who arrived by the S. S.
Monowai, left by tho steamer W. G.
Hall this morning for tho Volcano.
Tho youug nion wanted to see tho
volcanic wonder first.
Tho missionary packet Morning
Star will be hauled on tho Marine
Railwaj' to-morrow. Other vessels
booked to bo hauled later are tho
barkontino Amelia, steamers Kinau
and Likelike mid barkontino S. N.
Four fine-looking Samoan womon
wero through passengers on tho S.
S. Monowai to-day for tho World's
Fair. TI103' wero in tho caroof Mrs.
H. J. Moors, whoso husband went
on by previous steamer with tho
A capital program for Juno 11
races has been issued by tho Com
mittee of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Tlioro are thirteen interesting events
open. As many horses aro already
in training for tho da', a successful
meeting is assured.
Mr. Burgess orders his "Piano to
Lot" advertisement taken out before
the time ordored had expired. Tho
reason is that bo has not let tho
piano, but sold it. Moral If you
want to buy or sell anything adver
tise in the Bulletin.
In tho District Court this morn
ing one Jap was lined ?1()U and an
other's sonteuco suspended for sell
ing swipes; two Chinese wero fined
$T() for smoking opium, and another
Mongolian .?150 for having oho fa
tickets in possession.
Tho Bulletin had tho pleasure of
a call this morning from Mr. A. G.
Stophous, representative for a syndi
cate of leading newspapers in
Queensland and New South Wales.
Mr. Stephens intends to tell tho
cornstalks all about the World's
IXow York Herald.
Honolulu, April 8, via San Fran
cisco, Cal., April 1G, 1893. Tho pilot
brought tho news to tho Alamoda
steaming into Honolulu news al
roady told to you that Colouol
Blount had ordered tho naval forces
to bo withdrawn to their ships and
tho Hawaiian flag hoisted instead of
tho American flag over tho national
Thereupon thoro was groat excite
ment among tho Hawaiian passon
gors, some of whom woro for tho
Queon and others for the provisional
government. A donso crowd of na
tive Hnwaiinns filled the wharf and
welcomed back Paul Neumann and
his associates who woro returning
from Washington, whoro thoy had
pleaded tho Queen's cause and that
of tho native islanders. The town
was quiot, but in tho small businoss
quarter many American flags woro
displayed ostentatiously and as
though inviting to excitement and
collision. Hero and thoro one saw also
a Hawaiian flag, but it was ovidont
that tho planters and their depend
ent traders wero impudently mis
using their privileges in planting
a foreign flag doing this to a de
gree which would at once brood
trouble in any other capital.
PLANTERS INVITE VIOLENCE.
Two old acquaintances Ameri
cans and annexationists, membors
and loaders of tho planters' party
called on mo early and expressed
fears of a violent outbreak. One
absurd person spoko of "a repetition
of tho scenes of San Domingo." I
can only say that if there should be
rioting this would bo tho fault of
thoso who in such a time as this aro
ostentatiously flaunting their foreign
annexation flags in tho oyos of the
native population who on tho
planters', own admissions aro una
nimously and strongly opposed to
annexation. The orderly and peace
ful conduct of tho native people
under tho circumstances and under
the aggravations of tho planter an
nexationists is admirable and de
serves the greatest praise. If thoro
should bo trouble here of which
there is no likelihood--tho blanio
will bo entirely upon the annexation
ists, who nro to tho last dogreo em
bittered by tho failure of their
schemes, and some of them would
welcome the violence thoy aro incit
ing, because thoy havono hope of
I saw at San Francisco and on tho
ship coining hero a number of old
and now acquaintances some pro
visional government men and annex
ationists others favorable to tho
maintenance of tho old system. All
of both parties frankly acknow
ledged that the natives, forty thou
sand in number and all of a propor
age, ablo to read and write and
brought up under American mission
ary training, with a very few excep
tions, are strongly opposed to annexation.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Beer on draught at Bouson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith A; Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at 01100 by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street,
above Hotel, Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Tho California Fruit Market will
receive by the S. S. Monowai from
tho Colonies golden russet apples,
silver skin onions, and Samoan iinies.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B,, will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
The most painful eases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's J'ain
Halm; its continued use will cure
any case, no matter of how long
standing. It is equally beuulicial for
lame back, pain 111 the side, pain in
the chest, laiuuiiess, and in all pain
ful nliVutions requiring an external
remedy. A jiiecu of llautiol saturat
ed with Pain Balm and bound on
over the seat of pain is superior to
any planter. Kor sale by all dealers,
Houston, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Mr. J. Nawahi, President of tho
Hawaiian Patriotic League, gavo a
luau in honor of the delegates from
tho other island- at his residence.
Palatini, yesterday afternoon. The
Hawaiian National baud was in at
tendance and rendered flue vocal
and instrumental selections.
When the Monowai was at Auck
land news came by t olograph of the
failure of the Australian Joint Stock
Co., bankers. Their capital was ?2,
000,0. ;(), and deposits in the bank
about .?(i(),lK)l),(XXJ. Three passenger-,
who had the bank's letter.-, of credit
had to abandon their journey, as the
paper was useless to them.
Mr. F. . Kruger and Miss Helen
Rose wore married at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Roth, Kiuau street,
yesterday evening. A number of
invited guests were present tit the
reception held from 8 to 10 o'clock,
Dancing was kept up till a lain
hour to music by the Quintet Club.
Tho liri.M-TiN wishes the newly mar
ried couple a happy life.
Medical authorities are agreed on
the fact that cholera and dinrrlm-a
in many eaos arise from drinking
impure water, aim since tiie Hono
lulu drinking water contains many
impurities it U absolutely necessary
for the preservation of good health
that all drinking water be either
boiled or filteied. Filtering is the
most practical way to remove I lie
noxious elements from water, and
the best way to do this in to tine one
of tho Improved Gate C'itv Killer's
for halo by the Hawaiian ilurdwiuo
NATIVES OPl'OSE ANNEXATION.
I wish to oniphazize this fact
confessed by all tho annexationists I
have soon that tho natives aro
solidly opposed to annexation. Thoro
aro against thoso 40,000 natives, 1928
Americans, men, women and child
ren, most, though by no moans all
of whom want and cry out for an
nexation. Tho loaders of these are
heads of tho fading provisional gov
That t hoso 1928 aro not unanimous
is clear from tho fact that tho an
nexation and provisional govern
ment scheme has made trouble in
social circles, trouble in the Church
and in business relations, so ruth
lessly have tho plautor annexation
ists pushed their revolutionary
scheme and purposo among their
own class. An American or other
foreigner who does not go in for an
nexation must keep quiet or stiller
iitti-ncculioii in Church, society and
The course and conduct of tho
native people, who are not, remem
ber, savages, as in Samoa, but a read
ing and writing people, for whom at
this time several daily papers aro
printed, tiro admirable. Tho Ameri
can missionaries who taught them,
and who were tho fathers of many
of the small but bitter annexation
group, taught them well.
'1 have asked a doeu respectable
Americans, long residents here, "Do
you fo.'ir trouble anywhere on tho
islands from tho natives?" and thoy
uniformly replied, "No; not in tho
least. In Honolulu only tho excite
ment may possibly end 111 a riot."
hurely that is high testimony to
Hawaiian and rostoretl tho govern
ment to its rightful hands. It is not
to bo supposed, wo boliovo, that tho
United States will net loss justly and
honorably in 1893 than Great Britain
did fifty years ago. That is what wo
toll our people."
It must not bo supposed that tho
nativo pooplo nro without excite
ment. Thoy feol tho situation keenly
and a movomont is now on foot by
which natives, men and women, of
nil tho islauds aro getting names to
a petition asking for tho restoration
of tho Queon. But thoy aro so well
in hand that the other day when a
groat crowd witnessed with joy tho
reinstatement of tho Hawaiiau flag
over tho govorumont building, while
thoy took off their hats thoro was
not a shout or a hurrah, bocauso tho
Queon had expressed a desiro for
absolute quiot and no demonstra
tion. This act of Colonel Blount remov
ing tho troops, taking away the Am
erican flag and hoisting tho Hawai
iau flag, was, as thoy do not conceal,
oxtrouioly unpleasant to tho pro
visional government and its adher
ents. It showed in its rosults tho
falsity of thoir plea that life and
property woro in danger and requir
ed foreign protection.
BLOUNT'S SILENT WAT.
I ought to say that Colonol
Blount's mysterious powers and his
very judicious conduct keep all eyes
hero on him. Ho is tho most silent
man thoy havo over seen out horo.
Ho is accossiblo to ovorybody of all
parties; bo hstons to all who come
to him; but, as ovorybody reports,
ho novor says a word.
"Ho gets more out of you than
anybody I ovor know," said a disap
pointed man to mo to-da, "but ho
never tells anybody anything of
what ho knows, thinks or means to
Moreovor thoy saj of him that ho
is friendly, evou gonial, with ovory
body, but shows by his occasional
questions that ho knows a great deal
about island affairs and by t,-e few
orders ho has so far given that when
ho acts ho moans business. They
have given him clover nickunmes
hero. TI103 call him tho Minister
Reticent, Mr. Stevens being still tho
Minister Resident. I must confess
that, so far as I am concerned, Colo
nol Blouut eminently desorvos this
The present situation is this: The
provisional government continues to
exist, but is slowly losing adherents.
It would go to pieces by a slight
push, but it is tho policy of tho na
tive leaders and thoir American ad
visors not to push, but to wait. Tho
provisional government leaders have
no hope except in annexation. Thoy
know and confess that thoy cannot
maintain an independent existence,
but would bo voted down at once,
not merely b the natives, but by a
considerable number of Americans
and other foreign residents. The
impression of careful observers is
that thoy aro in tho situation of tho
man who hold a bear by the paws
aim dirt not Know how to lot go
without holn. Thev would ouit if
thoy saw how to quit. Tho influence
of tho Queon and all her advisors is
oxertod, so far. to keep tho people
absolutely quiet, waiting for Presi
dent Cleveland's decision, which
thoy boliovo will bo just and will res
tore tho constitutional government.
No one excopt a vory few absurd
people fears any violent or lawless
outbreaks outside of Honolulu, and
hero only if annexationists should
unondurably irritnto tho pooplo, as
some of tho loss judicious seem iu-
clmert to do.
Finnllv somo of tho discourntrod
plnnlor annexationists begin to sjpeak
01 a proiocioraio inoy wouiu coin-
aronnse on a protectorate. But if 1
joii ask them what tlinv moan bv n
protectorate you discover only that
thoy want a proconsul who shall do
thoir bidding, koop down the natives
and ouablo tlio plantors to work in
the islauds for their necessary ad
vantage. Chahles Nonniio'T.
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B. 8. Monowai.
The following is Purser Keith's
roport of tho voyage from the Colo
nies: Arrived at 1 n. 111., Union S. S. Co.'s
R. M. S. S. Monowai, .'liiOO tons, M.
Caroy commander, loft Sydney on
April 17, at t5 p. 111., and arrived in
Auckland at 5 a. in. 011 22d. Sailed
again samo day at il p. 111. and arrived
oil Apia at daylight on April 27.
Left Apia samo (lav at 9 a. 111. and
arrived ns above. Throughout the
woathor was adverse, heavy head
sons and wiuds boing tho rule, and
from these causes tho vo3-ago has
boon greatly protracted. The Mo
nowai brings fifteen passongers for
this port and a largo nuinbor for
Amonca and iMiropo.
Now Steamship Lino.
Tho Canadian Pacific. Steamship
Cine between Vancouver and Austra
lia is at last an accomplished fact.
As will be scun from our advertising
columns, the pioneer boat will be the
magnificent Al steel stcaiiinbip "Mio
vera" of !lf)00 tons, which is due at
ibis port from Sydney on route for
Vancouver, B. C, on or about the 25th
ins-t. The "Miowora." is be followed
in about four' weeks by her sister ship
I he "Wurrimoo." Each of these boats
i;o at a speed of close en 10 knots an
iiour and have first class accent mudu
Men for 125 saloon passengers. Thco.
I. Davits & Co. are the agents.
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Lungs Mado Strong and Well.
" For years I had sick hcadacliei every day, and
I also lud Terr weak lungn. Since I havo
been taking Hood's K.irsaiiarllla, I have
been entirely cured at headaches, and my
lunKi are strong and well. Friends often Bay
How Well You'ro Looklnc
I tell them It U duo to Hood's S imparilla. I
am small la staturo never weighed over
100 pounds heforo taking Hood's S.irsapa-
rllla, nnd at tho tlmo I began taking It I had
run down to 85 pounds, hut now I weigh
llVi. My friends thought 1 would be dead
long ngo,lut I am perfectly well. I am
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At linlf the former cost.
Velvet 8z Smyrna, IR.-u.g3
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & PI lids, Below Cos
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ROOMS TO LET.
WO FURNISHED ROOMS
i street, near
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ttnuhed. Enquire ut
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1 rooms, on Magazine
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King street near Fort.
"THU TEAK " NOT SO ltll'E.
Tho American Minister, Mr. Stov
oiih, though substantially drfunclwi of
ficio, Colonol Blount having plouary
nowors, still goes about urging and
encouraging annexation. His speedy
removal would help the situation
hero and perhaps bo wok'onio to
him, as ho has cortainly discovered
bv this tiino that "tho pear" is not
so ripo as in his queer despatches ho
porsuaded Mr. Harrison it was. A
republic does not seom to bo favored
by anybody horo.
Tho provisional govorumont poo
plo declare against a republic very
positively. Thoy want only annexa
tion, and thereby declare thomsolves
consciously incapable of ruling, as
indeed their misconduct before this
revolution showed thorn to bo, for
their only aim was then to make a
regular government impossible by
upsetting succos-iive C'abinots.
I ought, perhaps to say something
about tho questions of which much
has ljoon written opium nnd tho
lottory. As to the opium quostiou,
tho provisional and annexation peo
ple opposed vory foolishly, as I
think, a proposition to admit opium
under a uiirli duty and with strict
guards against its illicit introduction,
5000 Alligato7Pear Stones!
For which $1 a Hundred will bo paid
H. E. McINTYItE .t ISRO.'S,
717-Jw Cor. Fort it King sK
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at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
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flu tumpitrnl frond natiimfif tlm iim
tivo population against whoso vio- '"''1 thus while limiting tho use k
leni'i) tho sixty or seventy planta- uro a revenue Irom it. i noy tui
tions scattered among the'islands in ' nmuded. t lint its introduction should
Immlv nliu!H would hinhiinni!liMs. ' bo prohibited- ttial it slioulil he on
ud it is iiiideiuablo that it is the
annexationist provisional govern
ment ami its binall iiiuuber of adhe
iciitH who are all (his time, by the
Haunting of a foreign Hag and by
oilier misconduct, inciting to vio
lence. win N.vmi:s aw: yrurr.
Why are tho native people so
quiet r' you may a-l. I put this
question to-dav to one of their most
intelligent autf able representatives,
ilo ronliod: "liocaiine wo have
told our people thai this case is now
tiroly excluded -and this in a group
of islands whoso extensive coasts in
vito smuggling and make exclusion
Tin: yui:i:.N was wiio.nu,
In this debate thev woro wrong
and tho Queen's people wero right.
As to the lottery business, there
she and her adherents woro clearly
wrong. I havo no doubt the authors
of this scheme meant to sell it out
to the Louisiana company, but the
Qiumui'h Cabinet were against her in
this, and ,t needed no revolution,
A LI, I'ERSONS HAVINO ANY CLAIM
against the Estate of Tai Lung.
Bankrupt, Honolulu, are hereby notified
o prusent the same at once to the under
dgned Assignee at the ollico of Hvman
ilros. I. RUIMSSTEIN,
Assignee Estate Till Lung, llankrupt.
ELECTION OF OFPIOEKS.
AT AN ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of the KONA COFFEE AND
FRUIT CO., L'd., held at the ollico of the
Hon. A, Rosa, In Honolulu, on the Htli
lay of March, A. D. ln!H, the following
por-ons were duly elected as Oilicers for
'ho balance of the ensuing term:
I lluiiry Hiulth l'resldent
I .1. K. Kalioukaiio., .Vice-1'resldeiit
I A. Fcmandos! Treusiirer
j F. J. Tiwia . .. . becrcliiry
vt . it. rigui .. . iwmuor
Hon, A, llo-a, K. C. Dnlght ami Enoch
F. .1, TESTA, Secretary.
Honolulu, May I, In'.M. Tin-lit
L. J. Levey ... Leni-ee.
TO LET OR LEASE
pHE COTTAGE AT NO.
JL ii8 King street, lately
fuupied by Mr. M. S. Isvy,
or. Dinint'-rnoiii. Kitchen anil Bathroom
itablo in yard; Arte-iim Water laid on.
for particulars and terms, applv to
lUU-tf at E. O. Hall it Sons'.
The undersign d aro
tending Tu irists
prepared to ive n
he advantage jf a
rHE TWO PIECES OF
Property with the
lluildiugs theieon, situated
in King street, and at pre-
'.ViO. and a line oimortuultv is herebv
tll'ercd anyone who is desirous of owning
i nice comfortable home in a good loca
ity within a few minutes' walk of our
own. For terms applv to
()liil-tf JwlfN F. COLIM'RN.
A H ANDSOM E NEW HOUSE
rV cotaiuuig 1'arlor, Smoking
Special Rouid Trip Ra
FROM HONOLULU TO
out occupied by Messrs. S. Nowlein and riV4 ' .(T TVi-i
. Downilv, both being opposite the resi- I illli'Mf'll S V KAT-IT1 1
lenco of j: 11. Atherton; eaJli of these pre- ) JilUCl.SU j' IvUI'JlI 1
nines are bringing In an annual rental of i V'
IN CON NEC
ION I'lTH THE Sl'E.'
:itS t FTHE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COM! '
Uiri-u lledrooms. Din-
room and Kitchen, Verandas am
before the court, as it wero, and it Is I but only propor co-operation of the
thoir duty to wait in -mtiunvu for I nluulur ouws to defeat it.
Mll.l, 111 liVl:.S H Till.
A Company of hpoclallsts and I'rodm-
cioniil Musical .mloltn under the
DiuTliou of D M. ('iiuMj.r.Y
Datos and Particulars Lator.
mi, Woodrnoiu, llathroiiiii ami Talent W.
'. beautiful Large OroiuidscoutainliigOr
lauiental, Shade and Fruit Trees, Flowers
'lid Large Orape Arbor. Oiiiluiildiiig con
aius Waihrooiu, Servant's Room, Tool
'oom, Chicken House and Yard, and Large
'arriuge House with all Improvements.
In fact the place mud be semi to hcapprc
dated. To a permanent ipiict family a
iiiiguiu will be made tcldom ollurcil. Will
out with or without Carriage IIiihm1.
House FurnUhiil or ruliirnished, One
nlle from Po-t Olllcc; one block from
lleretauia stieut cars. ALo, a Now ft-room
'ottiige with all modern Improvements at
ow reul. Apply at this nlUce. 717-lw
Of an r'ranolBco
UNION TEAIISHIP COMI Y
Of Kew 2ea.lo.xad.
r particulars may bo i id
JL F. Mottii, master, sails
Hum Honolulu fur above port
ill every Monday and Tliuri.-
lay at loircioii; .. i.
, A.C. l'i:8T.NA, Agent,
with UuusalvtiN A Co,. Queen nt,
Win. G. IRWIN it C
Job I'rinl ,ii
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