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FROM AND AFTER OCTOHEH 1. 1892.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
L. J. Lovoy will hold a special salo
of inorcliandiso at his salesroom tomorrow.
Lust ciunvtur of tlie moon on the Stli ut 31i.
' f)3lil. p. in.
Time Whistle blows nt 111 23m. 34s. pan. of
Honolulu time, which U the snnio its I2li, din.
us. of Ureeuwlch tluio,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1893.
Wednesday, May 10.
Stmr .T A Cummins from Koolnu
Thursday, May 11.
Br S 8 Belgic, Walker, 0 days 15 hours
50 minutes from San Francisco
Stmr James JIakee from Kauai
Mr. Charles Girdlor, direct im
porter of the latest novelties in dry
goods,has a card in this issno.
Every necessary facility is being
provided at tlio Leper Settlement
for Dr. Goto to praetico his reined.
A fine of S200 was imposed on a
Chinaman named Ah Lo in tho Dis
trict Court this morning for play
ing cho fa.
A polieo oftleor has boon stationed
on the top of Punchbowl to guard
against tho cutting of any more
It litis-been decided by tho Board
of Health to start a vacoino farm,
prior to the enforcement of general
A special mooting will bo hold by
the Houlu Lahui Society to-morrow
at 2 p. in. at Ilonunkaha. Every
member is invited to attend.
On Saturday next Jas. P. Morgan
will offer for salo i horses broken to
saddle and harness, also a first-class
phaeton and a handy brako.
Now York, May 3. Sugar, raw
firmer with fair demand; fair rofin
ing 3J ( "Jgo.; centrifugals, Slf test,
lc; refined, fairly active and linn.
Prof. Loheido's athletic school
will have mi opening at tho Eero
tania street Armory on Monday
night, when a lull attendance is re
Chas. L. Carter, tho P. G. Com
missioner of negro colonization
famo, arrived by tho Belgic. Mr.
Carter's brother and sister accom
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
O. & O. S. S. BELGIC.
Thursday, May 11.
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, for Japan
Br S S Belgic, Walker, for Hongkong and
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolnu
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am 4-niastcd schr Aloha, Dabel, for San
Stmr Jas Mnkce for Kapaa at 0 a in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Jas Makee '2022 bags sugar, 21 bdls
hides and 11 pkgs sundries.
From San Francisco, per S S Belgic, May
11 For Honolulu: Lieut Chas F Norton,
Chas L Carter, Geo L Carter, Miss Carter,
Capt H D Hull, Jas Hull, J W Sprout,
Morgan B Sutherland, Einil Kies
dore Kiescl, August Geppert. For YokO'
hama: W U Purlieus, WH F
Marston, G A seott,
:?.-..,.,. a w
T Simnson. C Bnker.
Jr. Miss M F Bice. S Ota. Homrkone-: E.1
Bates, N O Walton, Jr, Dr D S Sluncrlert'.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, May 9
Mrs F W Meyers, C Campbell, Tan Wo and
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, May !)
Mrs M McBryde, A Lindsay, F Archer and
wite, Aiuert, rrasK auu a ueei;.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, May 9
Miss Woods, II Sewall, H S Trogloan, Mrs
Fleninieriind child, Mrs Kaia, H Beltro
and wife, O von Hammer, II F Finekc,
Kina and boy and 25 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
II B M S Temcrairo from England
S S Australia, Hondletto, from gan Fran
cisco, due May 17
S S Monowni, Carey, from San Francisco,
due June 1
S S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonies,
due June 1
C P S S Miowera from Sydney, due Mn'y 23
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am schr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, due
Am 4-masted schr Lyman 1) Foster, Dreevr,
from Newcastle, N S W, due Mav 22
Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Newcastle, N S
V, April 5-10
Br bk Ladstoek from Liverpool, duo July
Bk Routenbeek from Newcastle, due May
Bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, due June
Br bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 25-30
Bk Lamornn, fiom Newcastle, N S W,
Bk Amy Turner, from Boston, due May
Ger bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, duo
Fr frigate Duchofhiult from San Francisco,
due May 15-20
Haw bk It 1" Jlitohot, Morrison, from Sun
Francisco, due May 12
The Japanese cruiser Naniwa
woighed anchor at 7 o'clock this
morning, and steamed slowly out
tho harbor. At 11 o'clock sho was
a more speck southward.
Mr. G..O. Nacayama, Inspector of
Immigrants, gave a .farewell dinner
to tho oilicors of the Japanese
cruisor Nauiwa at his residouco, King
street, yesterday evening.
Purser cTn. FulcherT of the O. &
O. S. S. Bolgic, has tho thanks of
tho Bulletin for late news favors.
Mr. Pulcher succeeded Purser Geo.
C. Gaskill, who is ill at tho Coast.
It has been loarnod that tho live
Portuguese who wore arrested for
cutting down trees ou tho top of
Punchbowl, had bought tho right to
ao so iroin ueeu jjowtigoi iv;iiiu
lani. Further trco cutting has boon
The S. S. Belgic will leave for the
Orient at 0 o'clock this evening. Sho
will tako from this port 52 Chinese
males, 5 fomales and 15 children,
203 Japanese males and 22 fomales.
ltov. lveaweanialn will also Do an
Hawaiian soap is worth double its
weight of any imported articlo in its
clabs. Its manufacture makes a
homo market for tallow, a great deal
of which has gone to waste in tho
past. M. W. McChesnoy & Sons
will toll you all about it.
At. tho last mooting of Court
Camoens, No. 8110, A. O. F., two now
members woro initiated. Tho Court,
although but quite recently started,
has a memborsliip of 32, and G appli
cations for admittance are on filo to
bo considered at next meeting.
If you wish to make a present to
any of your sistors, cousins or aunts,
you cannot do bettor than pop in
and have a chat with Thomas Lind
say, tho popular jeweler at Mclnorny
Block. Ho makes all kinus ol Ha
waiian jewelry in first class stylo.
Anot hor stack of bones driven by
a Chinese hackmau collapsed on tho
street to-day. Dr. W. T. Monsarrat,
votorinary surgeon, happened along,
but John wasn't hiring professional
help just then. Tho poor beast got
up only to fall down again. It was
lying on tho street for several hours
Mr. Miller, member of a publish
ing house in Melbourne, Australia,
paid a visit to tho Bulletin ollico to
day, under escort of Mr. N. F. Bur
gess, whoso guest ho is. On seeing
our electric motor at work, Mr.
Miller said that was ono respect in
which wo were ahead of tho Austra
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, dentist, whose
card appears in this paper, has taken
his oilico for tho present on King
street, abovo tho California Feed
Co.'s store. Ho has just returned
from tho Coast, after passing a high
examination in his profession. Ou a
visit homo previously he did work
thut was kiulilv satisfactory.
San FnANCisco, May -1.
I By S. S. Belgic
Dr. Louis Doplasso, a resident of
Now York, has received a decoration
from tho King of Grooco for his free
troatinout for many years of indi
gent G rooks in Now'Vork.
Tho suburbs of St. Louis are un
dor water from the flooding of tho
Mississippi. Groat floods aro re
ported tit Littlo Bock, Ark., and
Portsmouth and Springfield, O.
Mrs. Anna Maria Young, tho old
est revolutionary widow drawing a
pension, died at Easton, Pa., May 3,
in hor hundredth year.
Major Lloyd Aspinwall, one of
Now York's "four hundred," is being
sued by his wifo for divorce on
grounds of infidelity.
Jim Collins, a horso thiof, wns
taken from olllcors by a mob of
fanners and hanged at Sherman,
Kontucky. Although tho mob woro
masks sonio of them woro recognized
and will bo prosecuted lor murder.
News from England is that Miss
Frances Willard, tho famous head
of tho V. C. T. U., has brokon clown
Hi health, and boon forbidden
the doctors to return to Amoricn
A solo and bell leather trust has
been fonned under tho laws of New
Jersey. It is called tho United
States Leather Company and has a
capital slock of S120,000,000-ono-half
preferred, tho other half com
mon. Secretary Carlisle denies that tho
Sherman Act causes tho drain of
fiold. Ho says it is tho balance of
trade against tho United States.
Tho treasury gold reserve is 97,000,
000. Tho Charleston, Concord, San
Francisco and Yorktowu saiiad
away for their respective stations on
tho third. There will bo a gonowl
dispersion of tho squadron ueH
Stovo Brodie, tho bridgo jumper,
who has earned tho uamo of a phil
anthropist, by giving away 50 bar
rels of Hour and 10,000 loaves of
bread, sausages and cups of coffeo to
his poor neighbors on tho East Side.
Now York, in the past winter, has
broached a now beuovolent scheme.
Ho has bought 200 umbrellas to loan
without charge to working women
and girls who pass his saloon every
oveninir. unablo to allord car faro.
Farms and villages in Logan and
Hardin counties, Ohio, have boon
devastated by tho breaking of tho
Lowiston reservoir. People lied in
terror from their homes. It is fear
ed that some perished.
ANOTHER LIE NAILED.
Slakes a Ploasant $T:rIp from
Coast Anchors Outside.
At 9:05 this morning the O. & O.
S. S. Bolgic was telephoned as hav
ing boon sighted off Waiinanalo, and
an hour later Charley tho Diamond
Head lockout rung in'anothor signnl
that sho was off Koko Head. Many
at first thought it was a false alarm,
but it turned out truo. As tho largo
steamer was liablo to como in, Mr.
Suhr, of H. Haokfold &i Co., made
an arrangomont with Dr. Trousseau,
that should Captain W. H. Walkor
docido to como into port, ho would
fly his flag at half-mast. Dr. Trous
seau, with a fow frionds. including a
Bulletin roportor mot the Bolgic off
Waikiki and boarded hor. Tho
doctor broachod tho subject of com
ing into port to Captain Walker but
tho lattor said it was unnecessary, as
ho had no froight to discharge for
this port, and ho wanted to got away
boforo six o'clock this evening. So
tho public were deprived of tho
sight of sooing anothor liner, a littlo
bigger than tho Ocoanic coming
over tho bar. Captain "Walker, how
ever, promised that ho would como
into tho harbor ou his return from
Japan. Thoro woro four cabin and
olovou stoorago passengers ou board
for this port. Thoro woro a largo
number of Chinese and Japaneso
steorago passengers for tho Orient,
but thoro were none for hero.
Purser C. N. Fulchor's roport is as
follows: Tho O. & O. S. S. Bolgic
arrived to-day at 10:10 a. m., from
San Francisco, bringing fifteen pas
sengers and thirty bags mails. Ex
perienced fine weathor throughout
tho voyage. Eassago: 6 days, 15
hours and 50 minutes.
Tho Bolgic is a larger vessel than
hor sistor ship tho Ocoanic. Hor
length is 420.3 foot, or 3 inches moro
than tho Oceanic, but sho is -12.1
foot beam, or 1 feet 7 inches more
than tho Oceanic. Tho Bolgic was
built in 1885 at Belfast by Harland
& Wolff. Hor registered tonnage is
'1212 tons gross, 2G95 not. Tho chief
difference between tho above steam
ers is tho depth below tho main
dock, that of tho Oceanic being 23.1
feet, whilst tho Bolgic measures 29.6
Drawing to Tako Place in Honolulu
In tho Australasian of March 25,
for a copy of which Mr. Girdler has
our thanks, is an ndvertisomont
"Settlement of the People on tho
Land. Columbian Laud Distri
bution of 1893. Subdivision of
tho Well-known Australian Es
tates, Nambrook and Melton
Park. 250,000 Subscribers of
Five Dollars or One Pound Each.
351 Valuable Properties.
Statement on Behalf of Miss Wolf,
Misroprosontod by tho Star.
In Tuesday night's Star thoro ap
peared an account of an alleged
intorviow with Miss Wolf stated to
havo boon had by a reporter of that
paper. A gentleman (?) calling him
solf "Evans1' came in Saturday last
to ask her if sho had a room to lot.
Miss Wolf quickly discovered that
his nntno was as false as his orraud
and dismissed him. Now finding
that ho has inado hor prominent in
public print sho denounces him as
roporling falsely and desires to stnlo
as publicly as ho has done that what
that person has written, stating that
sho had said concerning tho Queen
and also concerning Commissioner
Blount and the rest of tho alleged
intorviow, is nltogothor false and has
no foundation in fact. Ho has not
told tho truth in anything oxcopt in
saying that Miss Wolf dismissed him
sharply and that she was angry
when sho found out his roal orraud.
Sho wishos tho public to know, now
inni no uas orouKu' "or jiilu puuuu
ity, that none of tho questions ho
mentions in tho papor woro asked of
hor bv him or anyone olso and that
certainly sho gave no such answers.
What ho says about herself person
ally sho takes no notice of. But when
Miss Wolf road his attacks on tho
Quoon sho thought that it would be
well to show at.oiico to the public
how far this gontloman (?) had de
parted from tho truth. And sho
says if ho wishes to bo believed as
tolling tho truth let him publish tho
A Now Explosive Discovered.
A commission of artillery experts
has beon testing for sovoral days, at
Juotorborg, Germany, a now explo
sivo which is intended ultimately to
replaco gunpowder in tho Gorman
army. Tho oxplosive is a brown,
fatty substance of tho consistency of
frozen oil when exposed in ordinary
temperatures. It retains this con
sistency up to 112 degrees Fahren
heit. A shock or r spark does not
set it off. When nsed in guns tho
explosion is obtained through con
tact with anothor chemical com
pound. Tho explosion is almost un
accompanied by smoko and the de
tonation is inconsiderable. The re
coil is very slight, ovon when tho
heaviest charges have beon used.
Tho explosive does not hoat tho
weapon sufficiently to cause difficul
ties in tho way of rapid firing, and
cartridges once used aro easily refilled.
N. S. SACHS
104 """fort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs 1
Cotton Pongee! Cotton (Mile I
bight and Dark Ground Klleets I'rctty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream. Light Blue, Cardinal and Black;
FINK FIGUltKI) MUSMNS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded & Plain Chambrics,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and Baby
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
In "Pltxlds, Olioolts ctrid Stripes.
Come and seo the Wlilte Goods wo aro selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for f 1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
Vessels in Port.
USB Adams, Nelson, from San Francisco
II B M S llyaelnthe from Esquimult
U S S Huston, Day, from llilo .
Am hktno Amelia, Ward, from Port Make-
Am -J-m bktno W II Hume, from New
castle, N S W
Mis hkt Morning Star from Micronesia
IJr sh Greta, Garland, from Newcastle
WAN FRUi'l'fRL'O NOTED.
Arrivals May 3, S S Australia, OK days
from Honolulu; May -ii, Caval l.uigi, -'I
days from Honolulu; May 'i7, bark II
Huekfeld, lie days fruiu Honolulu.
Projected departures Muy 0, schooner
Trunt.it, hark Albeit for Honolulu; Muy 7,
brigantino W G Irwin for Honolulu; burl;
eiitiuo Marv Wlnkelmun and bark S C
Allen for Honolulu; bark Hurveoter for
Hllo; bohooiiur John G North for Muhu-kouu.
While Mr. T. J. Hiohoy, of Altoua,
Mo., was traveling in Kansas ho was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus. Jlo called at a drug store to
get sonio medicine and the druggint
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhtea Jtemedy mi
highly ho concluded to try it. The
leniilt was immediate relief, and a
few do.-es cured "him completely.
It is made for bowel complaint and
nothing olbo. Jt never fails. For
sale by all dealers. Beiihou, Smith A
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
A native lad named Kaanaana,
aged about ton years, tirrived from
Maui on the steamer Claudine on
Sunday last in charge of his parents.
On Monday morning he was seat to
tho fishmarkot to buy fish and has
not boon seen since. Last night tho
tifit-i.tilu rmirr!fw1 ii ii nnli( ntwl
they are scouring tho town to find I '"'d
tUO 1111SS1 I1LT 111U.
African explorer Oswoll is dead.
Thoro was a solit in tho British
Women's Temperance Association
over the election of Lady Somorsot
to tho presidency. Tho minority
loft tho hall, protesting that tuo in
troduction of politics would spl't
the organization and ruin the tom
poranco cause. Lady Somerset was
tho British representative at the
World's W. C. T. U. in tho United
Tho engagement of tho Duko of
York, heir presumptive to tho Bri
tish throne, to Princess May of Took,
his late brother's affianced, is offi
Mr. Gladstone has given his per
sonal support to tho eight hours
law for minors.
Lord Craven of England is in a
critical condition, from a wound in
the leg caused by his razor falling
from Ins hands while shaving.
F. K. Condort, counsel for the
United States, followed Mr. Carter
in addressing tho Bohring Sea tri
bunal. He mado a humorous
speech, amusing the court and spec
tators. In London tho novol sight was on
joyed of 800 brokers parading in
demonstration against the Irish
homo rule bill. Thoy sang "Rule
Britannia" on arriving at tho Guild
hall. A mob hooted them.
Emperor Francis Joaciih was en
thusiastically received at his long
expected visit to tho Hungarian
Chancellor Caprivi of Germany
says the Govorninont will endeavor
by overy constitutional means to se
cure tho passage of the army bill.
There is discord in tho party of
tho Center in Germany, and mem
bers thereof will vote as thoy please
on the army bill.
Spain will send seven regiments to
Cuba to preserve order, tho Captain
General reporting that his forces
The Government of Victoria, Aus
tralia, has ordered a five days' bank
holiday to allow time for tho banks
still solvent to adopt measures of
i The U. S. S. Alert has returned to
Shanghai from Corea. I Fence it is
i believed that tho danger of an up-
r'lMiig in Corea against tho Christian
onaries ol that country had
Mooting of Crickotors.
A meeting of tho crickotors was
held at the old baseball grounds
last evening to establish a cricket
club. A number of gent lemon sign-
eu tuo.r names as iiununi - in , ,, veMerday afternoon,
playing members, and it was decided , ,, ff r0if,.0 on tho g
Id lllivo ii nuiitiuii t,iiiiiu uii ouiiimti)
afternoon next at the old baseball
ground at 2:110 or il o'clock p, m.,
and then lo arrange time and place
for a meeting to be held in the even
ing to complete organization of the
To-day is JapaueMt hoi el day in
tho District Court. No less than
eighteen Japane.-e have been arre.it
t'tl, for keeping a boarding house
without a licum-e. ICvery hotelmaii
hail a register where boarder.i woro
obliged to Mgn their names before
thoy would be allowed to eat at tho
place. Many of the .InpaneMt who
higned the '.legMiir did not know
what they we'o doing il for. The
hooka are in the Deputy Marshal's
There was an encouraging response
to the call for a cricket players'
meeting at the Makiki recreation
poll ol practice on tno 'round
there was a conference on the ques
tion of organization. IJr. A. iMountz
presided. It was decided to form a
club and tho meeting adjourned till
Saturday evening, when organization
will be effected. There will bo
anothor match with witli tho Hya
cinth team shortly.
A report was current the other ,
day, and Inn been since, that Win.
Liu-miii was appointed i-enior captain j
of (he Honolulu Police. Souui of I
the police unicorn made a decided
kick agaiiiHl his appoint iiieut. It
has been learned that Harry Juen,
captain of the reeoud watch, has
made an application for tho posi
tion, and may possibly got it. Cap
tain J lieu in well liked by tho police.
Six prizos are offered of property
valued from $150,000 to $8000, also
ll.'l prizes at S52S0 each; 0 at $3500;
120 at $2750; 3 at $2000, and 100
Nambrook estate is said to bo on
tho Latrobo rivor, close to Rosodalo
railway station. Melton Park is 22
miles from Molbourno.
Tho "ballot" is announced to tako
place at Honolulu on or about June
HO, tho following gentlemen having
beon invited by tho promoters to bo
present: P. P. Lnbertouche, Esq.,
Molbourno; Major C. M. Officer,
Melbourne; Christopher Wade, Esq.,
As through steamers will bo duo
hero on May 25, Juno 1 and 29, those
gentlemen and the promoters may
bo expected here in duo time for tho
"ballot." Marshal Hitchcock will
probably bo on hand to receivo them.
THE WORLD'S FAIR BEOINS.
Half a Million People on the Grounds
at the Opening.
Tho gront World's Fair was open
ed ou May 1st by President G rover
Cleveland. It is estimated that no
less than half a million people wore
present at tho opening ceremony.
Shortly after 10 o'clock tho opening
ceremonies began with Professor
John K. Paino's "Columbian March,"
followed bv a prayer by tho blind
Chaplain Milburn of the United
StMos Sonato. After an orchestral
overture Director-General Davis, as
Matter of Ceremonies, mado the
opQ.iing address. President Cleve
land followed with a short address,
aftr which ho extended his hand to
thi button of tho golden key which
released tho pont-up steam in tho
griat engines, sot the chimes ring-
i intr and unfurled the myriad ol naus
irom tuo great puuuiugs auu tuo
stupendous enterprise commemorat
ing the four hundredth" auniversary
of Columbus' groat achievement was
in full swing.
After tho opening coremonies woro
ovor President Cleveland, Governor
Altgold, Mayor Harrison and tho
Duko of Voragua and othor notables
were conducted to tho dining hall,
whore thoy woro entertained by tho
World's Fair Commissioners. Judg
ing by tho vast throngs present at
tho opening ceremony, tho Fair will
bo a huge success.
Tho most painful casos of rheum
atism may bo roliovod by a fow ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pam
Halm; its continued use will cure
j any caso, no matter of how long
standing. It is equally beneficial for
lame back, pain in the side, pain in
the uhest, lameness, and in all pain
ful affections requiring an external
remedy. A piece of llaunol saturat
ed with Pam Balm and bouud ou
! over the seat of pain is superior to
any plaster, for sale ny all dealers.
1'e'iihon, Smith A Co., Agents for tho
Alias Jennie Flagcr
Ohio City, Ohio.
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one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
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Scrofula and All Blood Dlsoaooo.
"I tako great pleasuro In Riving public tes
timony to tho valuo of Hood's Sarsiiparllla for
I have suffered with this distressing troubto
for nearly ten years, and In that tlmo haro tried
almost eveiy medicine recommended to mo
without any relief whatever until, alter much
urging, I gave Hood's Raisaparllla a trial. It
has been of great benellt, and will eflect a per
manent euro. I say to all people- who sorter
from Scrofula, try Hood'i fiarmiurllla ; il will
do you flood." Miss .If.snie FLAOEn, Ohio
City, Van Wert County, Ohio.
"Sty daughter, eleven years old, has been
troubled with scrofulous catarrh e'er since she
was three years old. Three physicians gave her
no permanent icllef. In tho summer It com
menced eating into her nose. Wo bought
and gave It to her and it lias cured her, for
which wo aro very thankful. We got ono box
of Hood's I'llls and like them very much."
Mns. Davio c. Suimel, Chandlersville, Ohio.
ONE BLOCK FROM IE
retania street ears, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, Large
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Alii
K. K. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hnrdware Co.'s store.
TO LET OB LEASE
rpiIE COTTAGE AT NO.
X 1!58 King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
fll T5tU liaJL
Br y.ii ' '"
I'ontuininKtt Iledrooms, Par-
l- il. .!... iri...'i i f,... 77
jui, uiiiwiK-iuum, xYiicuuu una jjuiuruuiu ;
Stablo in ynrd; Artesian Water laid on.
ror particulars mm terms, apply to
HOOD'S PlLLS euro Com tbatlontijieitorlog
U pttlitaltlo action of the allmuitarr unit
By Jas. F. Morgan.
nt E. O. Hall & Sons'.
THE TWO PIECES OF
Property with tho
Buildings thereon, situated
on King street, and ut pre
sent, occupied oy jiussrs. b. Aowiem una
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of .1. 11. Atherton; each of these pre
mises are bringing in mi annual rental of
i'.W), and n lino opportunity is hereby
oll'ered unyonu who is desirous of owning
n nice comfortable homo in u good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town. For terms apply to
(HM-tf JOHN F. COLUURN.
AUCTION SALE OF
Carriages and Horses I
On SATURDAY, May 13th(
AT ll! O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, I will hell ut Publiu Auc
tion, by order of W. P. TOLEK, Eso.,
1 2-Wheel Brake,
And at the same tliu
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
A HANDSOME NEW HOUSE
eotaimug Parlor. Smoking
Room, 'I Large Iledrooms. Din
ing-room nnd Kitchen, Verandas anil La
nai, Woodroom, Bathroom and Patent W.
C. Beautiful Large UroundseoiituiiiingOr
uamcntal, Shade and Fruit Trees, Flowers
and Large Grape Arbor. Outbuilding con
tains Washroom, Servant's Room, Tool
room, Chicken Hono and Yard, and Iirge
Carriage Houtc with all Improvements.
In fact the place must bo m-oii to be appre
ciated. To n tcrmuiiout ijulct fainifv a
bargain will be mado seldom ollerc-d. Will
rent with or without Carriage lluue.
House, Furnished or Unfurnished. One
mile from Post Olllco; one block from
Ilerctaniu street cars. Also, u New o-room
Cottage with all modern improvements at
low rem. Apply at this otWce. 717-lw
The French (Jovurniuout
nig twenty-live ships ol
Jas. F. IMorga-n.,
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 &c CO.,
No 41 Nuiianu St. k Bet. Hotel & King
CONNECTION WITH THE BTEAM
EUS OF THE
Diamond Head, !1 ji. in. Weather,
hazy; wind, fresh northeast.
TfiTTI)Mi.v lli'u.uriN is pirnToIl iinilTiul
llshed bv litis Bulletin Publishing ('oia
iniliv, Limited, at lis ullleu, Morcluuil
fctrciit, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Daniel 1'igaii, tdltor, resides on Alakea
street, Huuolulu, uforubuld.
rpVO GOOD, SECOND-HAND 1IED
X room Scls, marble-tup; Autlijun Oak
or Hluek Walnut. Apply
7-St "P. O. 1IOX Kid."
For Local News
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.:
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
AT I.OUKKT IIATIIS.
M Plumbing Neatly Executed In Ex
perienced Workmen. "It'-lm
iMHiumi ami Di:ai.i:k i.s
Gent's, Ladles' aud Children's Boots, Shoes
Has removed to Ntiuuuu ctreel, "Foster's
iiiocK, oeiween .Merchant anil
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San Franolaoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Oi "Mow Zealand.
may be had
I delivered ,
d0 vent) u month,
Wm. G. IRWIN A 00.
fxecuitd at tht
neatly and promptly