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OAHU RAILWAY-ADD LANDGO.
PROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1802.
Loavo Honolulu.. .0:16
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8:35
a.m. r.M. r.M.
8:15 1:45 4:33t
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10:13 3:13 OM2t
11:55 4:55 0:50t
Leave Honolulu 5:105 ....
Arrlvo l'earl Oity 5:48 ....
Lcnvo Pearl City..(l:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxcoptcd. t Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
11V C. J. LYONS.
day VpSf ellgl " 3
UlIiI!! -- 1
p.m. a.m.'a.m. p.m.
Mon. 8 10 8 11 20, 5 40, 2 (ill li 2S li 28 1 10
Tups. (1 10 SO 0 M fi 20 4 0 fl 21 0 21 1 II
Wed. io li ao i o c. :to n so o 21 u 21) 2 22
TlllU'S. 11 12 0 1 30' 0 50 7 0 a 2.1 O 21) 3 O
Fll. 12 2 ft ....I 7 15 7 40 ft 23 0 30 3 33
Sat. 13 2 30 1 20 7 40 8 0 ft 2 0 30 4 111
Sim. 14' 2 32 2 0 8 0,10 0 6 '."2 fi 31 1 fi 0
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Ilcnd, p. m.- Weather ,
olonr, wind froali east, i
Baron do Tuyll is a through pas
songor on tho b. S. Oceanic.
Pivo Japanese woro arrested by
Dotoetivo Tomn to-day for breaking
Ono liundrod and forty Chinoso
passengers arrived by the S. S.
Oceanic for this port.
Mr. J. F. Hackfeld, tho oslcoinod
Consul for Boliutn, leaves by the
Oceanic on a visit to tho Father
Mrs. Blount, wifoof Commissioner
Blount, loft on tho stoanior Kinau
this afternoon for a trip to the Vol
cano. Tho S. S. Oceanic will loavo for
San Francisco at 5) o'clock to-morrow
morning, tho mail closing an hour
Mr. Chas.Nordhod, correspondent
of tho Now York Herald, was a pas
songor by the Kinau this aftornoon
for tho Volcano.
Cruiser by tho
Counsellor Ashford Challenges
the Legality of Judge
SOME AMERICAN OPINION.
Gathering of Loading Instrumental
and Vocal Talont.
At Mr. Taylor's organ recital in
Knninakapili church this evening
able now talent will be introduced,
along wit li a galaxy of well-known
musical ability. Mr. Manning has
sung in SI. Andrew's Cathedral
several Hums, disnlnviii'r an exceed-
" ..-w--". .u , .-! . - - - i i .n .... ..
ho makes an ass of hnnsolf. Slovens, mgly rich tenor, and this will be Ins
his duty, would have hrst appearance hero in a public con
cert. Alio program ooiow speaics lor
itself. At a quarter to eight I ho re
cital will open:
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
Views of Various Payors on
Lowering of the Ting.
Tho Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times
says that Senator Cullom must havo
known that Secretary Foster had
disavowed tho protectorate of Min
ister Stovons, "and therefore when
ho lalks about tho JUoinocrats 'taking
tho flag down whonovor thoy could
Decision of Supreme Court Progress
of Circuit Court Term.
Last quarter of the moon on tlie 8th ntilli.
.r3m. p. m.
Time Whistle blows at 111. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is tho same as 121). Om.
o.s. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, MAY J, 1893.
Tuesday, May 9.
SS Oceanic, Smith, from Yokohama and
Tukkhay, May 9.
Stmr Waialealo for Hanainaulu
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 pin
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Makaweli at 5 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
O & O S S Oceanic. Smith, for San Fran
cisco at 9 a in
Stmr Hawaii for Maui and Hamakua ports
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
HUMS Temeruiro from England
Br 8 S Belgie, from San Francisco, duo
S S Australia, Hondlette, from gun Fran
cisco, due May 17
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
due June 1
S S Alameda, Morso, from the Colonies,
duo Juno 1
C P S S Miowera from Sydney, due May 25
Am bk Martha Davis "from" Boston, duo
Am schr V H Talbot, from Newcastle, due
Am 4-mastedschr Lyman D Foster, Dreevr,
from Newcastle, N S V, due May 22
Am 4-m King Ovras, from Newcastle, N S
Br bk Ladstoek from Liverpool, duo July
Bk Koutenbeck from Newcastle, due May
Bk Sharpshooter from Nowcastlo, due June
Br.bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 25-30
Bk Lamorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Bk Amy Turner, from Boston, due May
Qcr bk Or N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Qer bk Paul Inenbcrg from Liverpool, duo
Fr frigate Duehoflault from San Francisco,
due May 15-20
Haw bk K 1' Ilitchet, Morrison, from San
Francisco, due May 12
Lieutenant - Commander
buriio, late of tho U. S. S.
Boston, will bo a passenger
S. S. Oceanic for tho Coast.
R. Sohroiber, alias Chips, was com
mitted to tho Insane Asylum to-day.
Chips was arrested tho other day for
spilling ink in I ho Y.M.C.A. library.
Tho tinware and plumbing shop
of James Nott, Jr., was closed j'os
torday afternoon under foreclosure
of chattel mortgage by A. A. Doiron.
B. F. Ehlors & Co. present
of now goods from tho "Far East,"
of which tho ladies cannot afford lo
miss tho chance of getting an early
Mr. F. G. Eylon Walker returned
from Yokohama by tho O. &0, S. S.
Oceanic to-day, from a special mis
sion of tho Bureau of Information
to advertise tho islands.
.Tas. F. Morgan, auctioneer, will
hold a sale of drygoods, groceries,
crockery, etc., to-morrow (Wednes
day) at 10 o'clock. A varied selec
tion of goods will bo ottered.
Mr. Liming, who keeps the
Smith-bridgo rooming house, wishes
it stated that tho robbery of $25
from Uytycorst, a V. G. guard, did
not take placo in his house but in
tho P. G. man's, adjoining.
Mr. E. C. Maefarlano left for the
Volcano to-day upon matters con
nected with tho Kilnuoa Volcano
House Company. It is understood
that a mootim? of tho stockholders
will bo called at an early date.
Andy Wilson was discharged this j
morning in the District (Jourt. Ho
was charged with tho larceny of a
bundle of clothes and was allogcd to
havo robbed Yytyneost of 25, while
tho latter was asleep on Sunday last.
Shortly boforo tho arrival in port
of the S. S. Oceanic to-day, tho Paci
fic mail dock was cleared of all tho
people, bv order of tho Board of
It was some lime hcloro
passengers woro allowed
had ho douo
tnkon down tho nag ho raised over
tho govornmont houso at Honolulu
on tlie second of March, when ho rc
coivod Foster's lottor repudiating
his raising of tho (lag. It had no
moro business thoro than it would
havo over tho Dominion parliament
houso at Ottawa."
Vessels in Port.
DSS Adams, Nelson, from San Francisco
HBMS Hyacintho from Esquimau
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
U S S Boston, Day, from Hilo
Am bktne Amelia, Ward, from Port Illake-
Am 4-m bktno W R Hume, from New
castle. N 8 W
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Am schr Aloha, Dabol, from San Francisco
Br sh Greta, Garland, from Newcastle
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Mav 9 For Volcano: Dr Oalborn, .1 D
Nei'ly, Mrs Ncely. E Dickson. E (' Jlac
farlane, Mrs S M Emery, Charles Nordholl'
and daughter, Mrs Blount, 0 M White.
For wav norts: 11 A Lvnian. Jr. Miss Ka-
nchaku, Miss E It Leo, Mrs Hill, N E
, Mrs J Allan, V Y Alona, G
..W-ll.dll, ... ,.-3f3 .
Godgc, Lasen, M
O Fldlor, E A Jt
with board at Hani-
Rooms to lot
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Toiiic. Benson, Smith 6i Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Prof. F, Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and iu classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A,
A fine hot lunch is sproad at tho
Anchor Saloon from 11:30 to 1 :30.
Many tourists and townsfolks
patronize "Ilaniwai," tho family
bathing resort at AVaikiki. Tho tram
cars pass the gate.
Boiled lucol is a first-class paint
oil, and has been proved to bo su
perior to linseed oil. W. G. Irwin
& Oo. (L'd) aro the solo agents.
SEARCHING FOR WALKER.
Scouring tho Surrounding Country
Captains Juon and Schlemnier on
Sunday undertook a search oxpodi- I
tiou for Captain Walker, wanted for '
tho theft of tho 200 tins of opium
from tho Polico Station strong- I
room. Thoy wont to Moanalua and
up Nuitanu in fact to every nook ;
and comer in tho city. Thoy re- i
turned in tho afternoon without j
having found oven a clue. Tho of-
iicors then laid their oaglo oyos on i
tho Central Houso, Alakea street,
where Walker lived up to the time
of his disappearance. A boy riding !
a sorrel horso was seen several times '
in tho day riding up to tho house, j
delivering a missive and receiving !
ono in return. Tlie lad was traced!
to Rickanl's stables at Kapiolani
Park. There the oilicor.s went and I
searched tlie promises, also interro- !
gating the stablemen, but could not
gain any information regarding j
Walker. Thoy returned to tho
Station, whore they were informed
that Walker was aboard tho British
warship Hyacinth. As nothing defi-1
uito could bo gained, thoy decided I
to loavo mutters as they wero until
positive information is received.
TOO FOND OF MUSIC
Grief to a
Judgo Whiting of tho Circuit Court
hoard at chambers yesterday tho
plea of August Herring, alias C.
August Horing, chargod with mur
der, to tho jurisdiction of Judgo
Coopor, presiding at tho prosont
iury term of that Court. Tho de
fendant, "in his own proper person,
mid nlsn hv iTninsid." nlends "that.
there is no legal right or jurisdic
I tion in this honorable Court to do
j niand from him any plea or answer
to tho indictment presented against
.. . 1 l.ii.i linrniii .in flirt firat. rlnv c ATfiv.
a list i :"' "V Y" , , . ""' "' T"J1
instant, or iu piiiuu nun iipuu uuu
for or in respect of the crime or of
fense in said indictment sot forth."
Reasons aro given for disputing
the Court's jurisdiction, tho first and
second being general denials that
defendant was properly indicted,
aiid tho third coming to tho point as
"3. That tho Honorablo Henry E.
Cooper aforesaid did not, on tho
dalo of his certifying n truo bill
found upon said indictment, possess
any constitutional or legal power or
authority to otliciato as a Judgo of
this honorablo Court, ho not having
been appointed as such Judgo iu
the manner proscribed by the con
stitution and laws of tho Hawaiian
Mr. Ashford also objected to tho
indict inont on tho ground of dis
crepancies between the charge iu it
and that on which ho was commit
ted bv tho District Magistrate. Tho
original charge has Marcli 18 and 20,
1S92, as tho dates of tho shooting of
Huntsman and his dying, respect
ively, which tho District Judge,
however, corrects in Ins commit
ment. Judge Whiting took tho case un
SUl'REMK COURT DECISION.
Justice Bickerton has rendered
tho unanimous decision of tho Su
premo Court in tho case of M. Phil
lips & Co. vs. J. A. Magoon, adminis
trator of thoostaloof C. Aleo. Tho
plaintiffs claimed of tho defendant
the right to tho possession of twonty
tons of paddy then on tho rico plan
tation of Chilian & Company situ
ated at Waiaholo, Koolaupoko, Isl
and of Oahu, under an agreomont
or contract signed by tho plaintiffs
and Chilian & Co., consisting at that
tinio of C. Alee, who has since diod
intestate, datod Sept. 23, 181)1. In
this agreement Chilian & Co. ac
knowledged tho receipt of SlfiOO
from M. Phillips & Co,, advanced on
two crops rico to bo dolivorod at
Aswan's rico mill at Waiaholo.
This case camo on for hearing at
tho October term, 1892, before tho
Chiof Justice and a jury, and at tho
close of tho evidence tho Court, on
motion of defendant's counsel, in
structed tho jury to find a verdict
for tho defendant on tho ground
that tho agreement iu evidence dis
closed an executory agreement iu
which the title to the paddy did not
pass to tho plaintiff, to which in
struction tho plaintiff's counsel took
Tho decision of tho Supremo
Court is that tho agreement is on
the face of it executory. There woro
many contingencies possible boforo
1 tho paddy became tho property of
tho plaintills. it must bo uelivored
iu good condition, and, if it was des
troyed by fire, tho defendants would
have to pay back the advances with
inlore.st. A large mass of author
ities is cited to show that tho in
struction of tho Court below was
right, and therefore tho exceptions
are over-ruled. The syllabus of de
cision is as follows:
"A agreed iu writing with B to
sell and deliver (at a future time)
ceriam pautiy io no grown, aou
agreement contains certain con-
ditions as to quality, time of doli-
very, quantity and price precedent
to tho delivery and acceptance of
"Held: That, it was only an execu
tory agreement and did not effect
an absolute and complete salo, or
I pass tho titlo to plaintiff; and that
replevin could not lie maintained
1 undor it."
F. M. Hatch for plaintiffs; W. R.
Castle for defendant.
Anothor Chattauooga paper, tho
Nows, says tho only objection it
could fincl with Harrison's plan of
annexation was tho price to be paid.
It coucludos: "President Cleveland
did a wiso thing iu thoroughly in
vestigating boforo taking such an
important stop, and that alone has
increased tho confldonco that, tho pooj
plo of the nation roposo iu him. Wo
feel that tho right thing will bo done
in tho matter, and we believe it will
From an articlo in tho Kansas
City Times tho following paragraphs
"It is not often that the Amoricau
flag is hauled downj but Commis
sion Blount's action m removing tho
stars and stripes from the govorn
mont houso in Honolulu is altogeth
er justifiable and in uo way discre
ditable to tho homo govornmont.
"The American commissioner is in
March In ' major A. S. Sullivan
Mr. ray Taylor.
Song "La Surenata
Air. li. I.. .Manning.
Trio for two violins and viola Broni
Mu-ssr.-'. .1. Ito-en, J. llrelth and A.
Organ Solo Cavallua ltntl'
Dr. H. K. South.
Duet "O that we two wero Maying"
Mrs. E. 1. 'Penney and Mr. Manning.
Three quartettes for two violins, viola and
Messrs. Uo:-en, O. Wall, Marques and Taylor.
Organ Solo OHVrtolru in V Morandl
Solo "Whlsner and 1 shall hear"
(Violin obllgato by Mr. Uo-en.)
Organ America, 1'ngUsh, .Inpatient and
Mr. Wray Taylor.
Miss Patch and Dr. South will ofllciatc as
IB. IF EHLERS & OO.
SS FOBT STJR.E3E1T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GKEAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COI.Ol'.EI) -Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty Hue; entirely now.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
KOO CIIOO I'ONOKK-OllEAT NOVELTIES
Sllvellno txxicX Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Subline, Etc., Etc.
tST Dressmaking Dnilor tlio Managomont of MISS K. CLARE. JE3
104 Fort Street, Honolulu..
A JAPANESE THIEF.
Part of tho
Mr. J. M. Dowsott, living on tho
Plains, missed some trinkets tho
Hawaii for tho purpose of finding other day, but did not think much
out whether or not tho United t his loss at tho tune. Later more
States ought to annox that country small jewelry was found wanting,
or establish a protectorate. It would and investigation indicated a Japa-
lmin lwifl n(n fnr Min .irnii.ntnrjit.v i 11CSO Servant named laiiaka as the
to oxist through tho flying Hag and purloiner
tho presence of marines on shore
whilo such an investigation pro
gresses. "Thoro is littlo probability that
war nows will como from Hawaii.
Tho nows from tho islands will bo of
peace, a condition compatible with
tho tradition of tho soft-eyed, sleepy
race that lived thoro boforo tlie
white man came, and with tho quiet
atmosphere and over balmy days."
Tauakn was handed over
to the polico yesterday afternoon for
safe-keeping, until ho could bo ship
ped somewhere else, ho being a con
tract laborer. At 10 o'clock this
morning Tanaka was shipped off on
tho sloop Waianae to Waianao, there
to finish his labor contract.
Tho Kansas City Star says. "Tho
hauling down of tho American Hag
at Honolulu may bo seized upon by
fiartisans as the occasion for an out
mrst of patriotic oology of tho Hag,
which is always in order, and a de
claration that the flag has been in
some way humiliated, which is very
"It will bo understood that tho
United Statos has no moro right to
establish a protectorate iu Hawaii
than has Franco or England or any
other foreign power. Iu tho action
taken by Mr. Blount on behalf of
our government, tho United States
simply follows tho example of other
nations and acts inaccord with them
iu the interests of "peace, justice and
tho rights of tho Hawaiian people."
ummer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs 1
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light and Dark Ground Etl'uets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTOX CKArE
In Pink, Cream, Light Illue, Cardinal and lllack;
PINK PIOUHED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, llrocaded . Plain Chamhrios,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and ltahy
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OK
Pigurcd Irish Lawns.
An articlo in tho Nashville Ban
ner suggests that tho American
newspaper correspondents at Hono
lulu, iu an ovidont endeavor to in
Ihioneo public sentiment against tho
work of Commissioner Blount, aro
probably in tho pay of tho Provi
sional Government and feol chag
rined that matters aro not being
railroadod through after the man
ner that was attempted undor tho
Harrison administration. It con
siders that Mr. Blount's assurance
that other foreign interference will
not bo permitted is enough protec
tion, and concludes:
"Thoro aro possililo circumstances
under which tho 'Hag of the freo'
could bo more dishonored by float
ing than in being taken down, and
tho Hawaiian incident seoms to fur
nish an oxamplo of that kind. Tho
course that has beou adopted by
President Cleveland is tho proper
ono and the country may rest as
sured that under his keeping tho
(lag will suffer uo dishonor."
mM $& vSiii
In Flaids, Otieolts and Stripes.
V&- Come and see the White Goods we are selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc.,
Laces and Embroideries !
To Lot or Lioaso
ROOMS TO LET.
rpWO PU11NISHED UOOMS
JL on llcretauiu street, near
Alakea street. Anjily at this
M.v. K. IT. churchtll
Jit. Vernnn, Wash.
HOUSE OK PIVE
An Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health Built Up.
Mr. Cliurnlilll, formerly of Cliurclilll ft Taylor,
surveyors mid t'lvll eiiBln'-ers. Ml. Vernon,
wnslilnatDii. writes: "Snitllicm California
was my lioina fur maiiv years. When 1 came
hero 1 bcuaii to lie iiflltcteil all over with
And also pnlna In lay back anil a pcnoral feeling
ol being used up. My business takes mo out hi
the oloinents all llio Univ. and I found my
self unfit for uork. Heading an aderti.se
ment of Hood's Sarsap.irilla, and learning
also that the medicine was rnnniouiiilcil In
inv own State of Massachusetts. 1 concluded
tills tn'iy bonn lioiimt innKciuc. I took
It and am so much Improved that I am out
In all weathers and travel all day with no
fntlRiio and tired ft-ellug. To any ono Unit
feels bad all over I say take IIoo Is .Sarsnpa
rilla. It has cured me." li. II.iiniu hill.
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent . O.. etc. Commands
ono of tho finest views in Honolulu. Apnlv
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
lNE 15 LOOK FItOM IJE-
aula street oars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, Large
Lot, Stahlo and Chicken House. Apnlv to
E. It. HENDKY, '
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OR LEASE
HOOD'S PILLS euro Liver Ills, Jaundice,
nlilousucss. Sick Headache and C'uasllpaUoD.
Tho most painful casus of rheum-
ntisui may bo relieved by a fow ap
plications of Chamborlain'H J'ain
Balm; its continued use will euro
any case, uo matter of how long
standing. It is equally bonolicial for
lame back, pain in the side, pain iu
tho uhost, lameness, and in all pain
ful affections requiring nil external
remedy. A piece of llaiinel saturat
ed with Pain Balm and bound on
over tho seat of pain is superior to
any plaster. For salo by all dealers.
BuiiHon, Smith & Co., Agents for the
Kalianui, a young native, was ar
rested last night on a warrant sworn j
out by Win. Dicks for tho larceny of
a guitar on April 2Slh at Monniiluii. ,
Tho otlieor wont to Moanalua, but ,
Kahauui had taken llight. Thou
tho otlicer returned lo town and, '
after a good deal of trailing, located !
Kahauui on Punchbowl. !
ICahaiiui pleaded guilty iu tho
District Court this morning and sen
tence was suspended until to-morrow.
The promptness and certainty of
its cures havo made Chamberlain's
Cough Itemedy famous. It is in
tended esnccially for conglm, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, and is
tho most effectual remedy known for
those diseases. .Mr. C. I J. .Main, of
Union City, Pa., wiys: "1 havo a great
sale on Chamberlain's Cough ileum
dy. I warrant every bottle and havo
never heard of one failing to give
entire satisfaction." fill cent bottles
I for sale by all dealers. liensoii,
I .Smith iV Co., agents for the llawai
I iuu Isluiulu.
Kai Chous; haviin; refused to take
tho appointment of guardian of Kan
Vee, a minor, Ho Situ has been ap
pointed as such guardian. A. Hosa
CIRCUIT COlTlT TIUIM.
Judge Whiting finished tho hear
ing of tho Hawaiian Soap Works Co.
vs. T. W. Kawlins, bill in equity for
injunction, yesterday afternoon, and
proceeded with the jury business
Tho prosecution entered nolle
prosequi in the cases of Ah Sun
and Kiwai, each charged with main
taining lottery scheme, i'otorson
Provisional Government vs. Young
llov and oiim,' Wai, gross cheat.
On trial tin
Attempt 'of a Squad to Create a Street
About ton members of the P. G.
guards started out early yesterday
evening with tho ovidont purpose of
creating a riot. Thoy were armed
with heavy billots of wood between
ono foot and a half and two foot in !
length. Thoy visited several saloons
in a body and partook of liquid "ro
freshmonts" to firo their courage.
Marshal Hitchcock heard tho cur-
rent report thnt tho men were bent ;
on creating a disturbance and sent
nn order to tho polico station to ar-
rest everyone soon on tho street with
a stick in his hand. Tho order was
received about 10:50 o'clock, and of
ficers woro stationed at different
places in tho city.
Whon tho would-be rioters had
got a glimpso of tlie ollicors thoy
scattered. Not one of them was
soon again until 5 o'clock this morn
ing, when II. C. Morritt, A. S. Pros
cott mid A. Douso woro arrested
with tho described billots of wood
in their hands.
In compliance with tho order to
arrest everybody carrying a stick,
two sailors from tho schooner Aloha
wcro grabbed at tho corner of Fort
and King streets at 11:15 o'clock.
Ono had tho spoke of a wheel iu his
hand. Thoy wero released this
Pacific Steam Line
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
X 1!JS King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Ix-vy,
contiiiniiiL';! lledrooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Itathroom;
Stahlo in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, applv to
fUIS-tf at E. O. Hall .t Sons'.
rpHE TWO PIECES OF
JL Property with the
lluildings thereon, situated
on King street, and at ore-
sent oceupieu ny Messrs. o. .Nou-iein ami
.1. Downey, both being opposite, tho resi
dence of J. II. Athorton; each of these pre
mises are bringing iu an annual rental of
ifWiO, and a lino opportunity is hereby
ollered anyone who is desirous of owning
a nice comfortable home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town. For terms apnlv to
O'JlMf JolfN F. COLUUKN.
For Vancouver, B. ft:
The New and Mngnillcout Al Steam
lh'gistoreil Tonnage lITiiiO Tons
Will hu due nt Honolulu from Sydney, via
Brisbane, on or about
And will leave for above Port with Mails
and Passengers on or about
Through Tickets to All Points in Canada
and the United States per C. P. R.
NOTE-Tlii' above Steamer will ho fnl
lowed In about Four Weeks, by her Sister
A HANDSOME NEW HOUSE
uotuiuing Parlor, Smoking
Uireo lleilroonm. Inn-
anii Kitchen, Verandas
e? J.Til ' .5f5
' i fTN f?ut3aXjBrff
ami l. a-
Uirge Itedrooiun, Din-
uai, Woodroom, Hatlirooiu and Patent W.
(!. Iteautiful Large Oroundscontainlng Or
namental, Slmdo and Fruit Trees, Flowers
and Largo drape Arbor. Outbuilding con
tains Washroom, Servant's lfoom. Tool
room, Chicken Houso and Yard, and Large
Carriage House with all improvements.
In fact the place must bo seen to he appre
ciated. To a permanent (pilot faiiulv a
bargain will he made seldom ollered. Vill
rent with or without Carriage House.
Houso Furnished or Unfurnished. One
mile from Post Ollico ; one block from
lleretauia street cars. Also, a Now ft-room
Cottage with all modern improvements at
low rent. Apply at this olhce. 717-lw
The undersigned aro prepared lo give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago & Return
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
CONNECTION WITH THE 8TKAM
EllS OF THE
No 41 Nuuanu
Bet. Hotel & Klug
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
Whilo Mr. T. J. Kiehoy, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling iu Kansas ho was I
taken violently ill with cholera mor- i
bus. Ho called at a drug store to ,
get .some medicine ami the druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhum Kuinody so
highly ho concluded to try it. The
result was iiumediato relief, and a
fuw doses cured him completely.
It is made for bowel complaint and
For further particulars regarding l
Freight or Pa-sago, apply lo
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., ,
7liMd (iencral Agents.
AT I.OWIMT lltTKii.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San IF'ra.riolBoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
im Plumbing Neatly
Enccutcd hv Ex-"lli-lut
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n (IIIVI ll'w ww(.' .-. . ....ii,:,,.- ,,1.,. II iinfui- fnilj !.
,1. A. Magoon for prose- ' ff, 1, ' 'Z'" ,l,X
Co,, Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
A I ANA 11."
1 1''. Mult a, niu-tor, sails sWXj
from Honolulu fur above port t-ffJAfJ j
on every Monday ami Tliiu- irXX '
it. Cast In for defendants.
Hood's Tills act especially upon
tho liver, rousing it from torpidity
toils natural duties, cure constipa
tion ami assist dlgustiou,
.1 A7ni( Uumiiwrvliil l'rintiiiy
promptly eiceutal ut low rlt til lli$
iliiv al III ii'olot'l;
A.C. PI ST ASA, Audit,
With lluli-.iU-e. ,V Co., IJilci'll tt.
rpnu WEEKLY IUI.I.i;TIN-W COb
X uuiumif liiuiruoilug Itwullng Miillor,
NUnds.lli amllvd to foielgu cuuutrlei, ts
iMi-oiimi ami Hi:ai.i:h in
Gent's, Ladies' and Clilldreu's Boots, Shoes ,
aud Slippers j
Huh removed to Niiuauu meet, "Fonlur'n
Uloek," U'Hwtii Meri'luuil and
or Tr&-w Zea.la.ricl.
Further particulars niuy ho had
Wm. G. IRWIN A 00.
50 ctnlt ii moiifi, Job 'nn (in;
I flAOtlll ul luj
ntutty unit promptly