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On. of (iiccnulch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1893.
TnuiisiiAY, Slay 11.
Stmr C 11 liishop from Kauai
Fiuiivy, May 12
JJr bk Gainsborough, Mcl'hail, 5b days from
Newcastle, X SV
Stmr l'elo from Makawcli
btnir V C! Hall from Hawaii and Maui
Belli' liiliolibo from Hanniiiaulu
riuiivY, May 12.
Am 4-niasted sehr Aloha, D.ibel, for San
Stmr .Ins Makoe for Kapan at 9 a in
Sclir Kulanmnu for l'uiui
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
'Stmr Pele 10S0 lings sugar.
Stmr V G Hall 810 bags sugar, 27 bags
codec, 117 bags aw a, S bides, :i(l bead
cattle, 1 horse and 00 pkgs sundiios.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, May 12 From Volcano: Oil Gibson,
J A Gousjlves, Mrs .1 Emnieluth andcliild,
Miss Paris, Mrs Cabral and 18 deck.
For San Francisco, per -clir Aloha, May
12 J G da Silva and wife, and N O Harlan.
Vessels in Port.
USS Adams, Nelson, from San FraueKco
H 1! M S lhaeinthe. fiom Esquimau
USS Huston, Hay, from Hilo
Am bktne Amelia, Ward, from Port Klake-
Am l-m bktne " 11 Hume, from New
castle, N S W
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
l!r sb Greta, Garland, fioin Newcastle
The British bark Gainsborough has dock
ed at the Fort .street wharf this afternoon
to discharge her 1800 tons of coal.
The steamer Pele which an ived yester
day evening brought her largest cargo of
sugar this season from Makawcli JOsO bags.
The schooner Aloha, Captain Dabel, Mill
ed for the Coast this afternoon witli l(!,s,U
bags Mtgar, shipped by H. Hackfeld fi Co.,
.'WJ.) bags do., M, S. Griiibauiu it Co.; l.'iiHI
do., T. li. Davies it Co.; 150 bbls. mola-ses,
J. 11, liruns; 100 bags Kona collce, H.
Hackfeld it Co. Domestic value, flis. i:;')..7l.
MACKINTOSH At Udccster, England, on
Saturda, April 15, Catheiinc, wife of
James St. Martin Mackintosh and
mother of the Hev. Alexander Mack
intosh of Honolulu, aged 7!t year:-.
Sprayers of tho Bureau of Agricul
ture aro at work to-daj shedding
tho proscribed bugbano over tho
foliage on tho premises of Mr. H.
V. Schmidt, Borotania street. Tho
Bulletin is loqtio&tud to btato, pre
sumably for tho benefit of tho largo
number of thoo outside tho limited
cirolo of readers of tho Government
organs, that people whoso trees aro
attacked can have the use of tho
spraying machines free, and only
have to pay for tho chemicals and
tho labor. Thoso neglecting to at
tend to airected trees on their pro
mises are in peril of having lo com
missionaire Marsdon come down on
them a fato that those who aio
awaie of his avoirdupois will not bo
anxious to invito.
A message by telephone was re
ceived al tho I'olice .Station shortly
bofoio noon to-day that William
iiruett was caught near Kapiolaui
J'arK. Captain Klemmo and posse
woro despatched to the scene, but,
iiiHtoad of Hruott, thoy found an
other man, who was working on the
same case, J Jo was a foieignur and
vviih found enjoying a imp of lea, a
tin of lunch tongue and a loaf of
bieud in thu btishoa near Diamond
All kiniln o (Jtimiiwrvlul I'rluliiw
promptly rxtouhd id fow (' Urn
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Hawaiian Council, A. L, of H., will
moot this ovouing,
Tlio 1'. G. band will givo a concert
at Qtioon Emma hall this (veiling.
Tlio Punchbowl goat ca"o roport
od tlio otlior day lias boon nol pros'd,
Tlio French warship Duchairaitlt
sailed from San Francifcco, Atity 2d.
Don't miss .las. F. Morgan's hor.so
and carriage sale to-iuoriovv (Satur
tlry) nt noon.
Diamond Head, .'1 p. m. Weather,
clear; wind, light northeast. Sehr.
Liliolilio oil- port.
One hundred bags Kona coiroo
wore shipped to-dny on the schooner
Aloha for the Coast.
Mr. Clans Spiecliels and party
will return from Maui on the steam
er Claudiue on Sunday next.
The Adolino black stocking is thu
stocking for wear and fast black,
for sale at Sachs', Foit sttoot.
The P. G. band will play at the
baseball grounds to-monow after
noon and not at Emma Scpiaro.
The day scholars at St. Louis Col
lego defeated the boarders at a game
of baseball yesterday afternoon by a
score of 21 to 10.
By tlio last mail, tho Rev. Alex
ander Mackintosh received the sad
tidings of his mother's death at
Tho typhoid fever cases at Maka
woli plantation have all become con
valescent, and some of tho patients
have recovorod altogether.
Horsemen and sporting men ought
to notice the alteration in tho laco
program for tho Juno 11th races.
Tho mulo race is left out.
Dr. M. Goto, tho lopiosy special
ist, intends leaving on Monday next
for Molokai for tho purpose of at
tending his patients there.
Lieutenant C. F. Norton, U. S. N.,
arrived on the S. S. Bolgic yoslurihry.
Ho will assume tho position of execu
tive ollicor on tho U. S. S. Adam.s.
Attention is called to tho correct
ed time table of tho Canadian Paci
fic Steam Lino printed in this issue.
Tho Miowora is timed to arrive horo
on the 2nd Juno.
Tho Hawaiian National baud will
bo given a benefit at tho Opera
House on the 20th inst. Tho band
will leavo on the not Australia for
a tour of the States.
Kan is having slight showers.
Pahala plantation is still grinding,
llilea plantation stopped last week,
but will start again Monday morn
ing. A Jap was caught selling liquor
without a license in Kona, and was
sentenced to pay a fine of .?2(K) and
servo six months in jail. Ho was
sent to llilo Jail.
SiucM the Fort stieet. Church
buildings and the trees surrounding
same were cleared away, tho fiont of
tho Catholic Cathedral is seen to
better advantage than it was form
erh. The Emma street and second Au
waioliinu tug-of-wnr teams will pull
in a match, a week from to-day for
?.")0 a side. Tho match will take
place at Kapuukolo, Fishmarket, on
A party will bo ghou to-morrow
evening (Saturday) at Punaluu, to
bid good-bye to Mr. E. V. Fuller
and Miss Annie Fennoll, who depart
on tho next steamer to visit rolatiws
in San Francisco.
Yesterday oi cuing, just bofoio tho
steanior V. G. Hall loft Kailua for
Honolulu, a woman, a little dement
ed, swam out to the steamer and
wanted to go to Honolulu. She was
put ashoio again.
Tho Crescents and Kamehamohas
will meet on tho diamond to-morrow.
Tho Crescents will enter
Ei nest Vodehouo at second base
and James Lemon at left field, ow
ing to Wilder and Thrum being dis
abled. "G.B. D." Briar pipes aro cele
brated tlaougliout the four quarters
of tho globe for their fine smoking
qualities. Hollistci A: Co. havejii.st
received a lino of these pipes. They
aie dandies. Look in at tho store
and seo them.
A monograph on "Tho Recent
Revolution in Hawaii," by Hi.-. Ex
cellency A. llollnung, Hawaiian
Charge d'AU'aires in Loudon, has
been lecened in pamphlet form. It
is reprinted from the imperial and
Asiatic Quaitoih Review for April.
The U. S. warships Boston and
Adams ideated for action in th har
bor yesterday morning, and were
watched in tho dill'eient evolutions
by a large number of interested
spectators on tho wharf. This morn
ing H. 1$. M. S. Hyacinth had mili
tary practice on board.
Tho Hawaiian 1-masted steel
schooner Americana arrived at Vic
toria, April 211111, after a long passage
of 175 days from Liverpool. She
experienced heavy weather in Novem
ber, when tho bow split was broken
and she was otherwise damaged. Olf
Cape Horn the heavy
damaged the ve.-el.
Kiiiti Wuii alias Ah Mon, a Chi
iieso prisoner, escaped fiont a primiu
ixtmu at work bevond Moanalua yes-
I terday afternoon, and has not been
I seen since. A rewanl of .'."ill is ollur
I ed for his cant inc. This intiu i the
i individual who committed the Wai
kiki mbberies lal .war, which so
scaled the lesideuts in that district.
That ntiseiable apologtv foi a side
vvalk on Xiiuanii stieet between
linictnitiu and Kuktii sticetn has not
' yel been lepniictl. Those parts w hich
line neatly opposite the ilaiiaue.se
Chinch find iiImi oppo-ite theend
of Kuktii Lane on the Kun Mile of
the mad aie must not livable for the
disgraceful stale in which they inn
at pierout. W n.v in Hie law compell
ing property owiteis In keep ill du
cuiit luptiir thu slilmvnllu fronting
Iholr piopurty not oiiforcmlt
An Old Immigrant Ship Rough
Deal at Newcastle.
Tho Biitish bark Gainsborough,
Captain McPhail, from Newcastle,
N. S. W., was telephoned oir Dia
mond Head last nitrht, but did not
conio into port until this niorninp;,
when sho was lowed in by tho tug
Elett. Tho Gainsborough left Now
cast lo with IHOO tons of coal for
Wilder it Co. on March 11th, and
passed the north end of Now Zea
land on tho 2(11 h, four days lator
passing the Kermadec Islands. Pass
ed Kingsinill shoals, whore tho bark
Lady Lampaon was wrecked, sixty
miles lo westward. Crossed tho
equator on April 18th in HIBJ W.
In tho South Pacific tho vessel ex
perienced light E. S. E. and E. N. E.
winds which greatly retarded hor
paat:o. Captain McPhail states
that if it hadn't boon for tho light
winds the Gainsborough would have
been horo eight days sooner. On
April 2(ith the vessel was only (MX)
miles from Honolulu to westward,
and tho captain had to mako a cir
cuitous route to gain any headway.
On May 8th sighted Kauai bearing
S. E. and arrived oil port yesterday.
Tho bark was formerly an immi
grant ship, plying between England
and the Australian Colonies.
The Gainsborough did not sight
n single sail throughout the passage,
although two four-masted schooners,
tho Lyman D. Foster and King
Cyrus, not yet arrived, left before
her bound for this port. Tho wea
ther was pleasant throughout and
there was but very little rain.
Tho vessel was detained live days
in Newcastle after sho was read' for
sea, owing to a Hurricane anil a
heavy flood, which happened as sho
was about to leave. Much damage
was done to tho shipping in tho har
bor. Ono vessel had her stern
smashed in collision with a Govern
ment dredge which had snapped hor
moorings. It required live tugs to
keep the dredge from doing any
moie damage. Two Government
tugs went to tho assistance of tho
Gainsborough which was mooted to
a buoy in the stream. During tho
height of the hurricane Captain Mc
Phail neatly made up his mind to
order tho hawsers parted, and make
an etloit to gain the open sea. It
was a close snavo for tho old vessel,
and it was tlio skipper's intention to
lot hor go on the reef outside, whoro
part of hor material might have
been leeovered. Old residents there
stated to the captain that it was tho
heaviest hurricane that thoy had
over known thero. Colonial ex
changes confirm tho statement.
Captain McPhail is accompanied
by his wife and family, who aro en
joying tho best of health. When
seen in tho cabin of tho vessel tho
littlo tots were running around as
lively as could bo desired.
LAST NIGHT'S ARRESTS.
Gamblers by tho Wholesale More
Captain Schlommor and Patrol
man Uurlis inane a rani on a Ultine-o
gambling house at tho corner of
Nuuanu and Pauahi streets last
night. The ollicers surprised a num
ber of Chinamen in tho act of enjoy
ing a quiet game. Four of the gatno
steis wore ai rested. One of the inon
ollered the ollicers .?I0 as a bribe.
This was taken and tho men woro
marched down to the Station.
Ollicor No. 17 made a descent on
a Japanese hotel on Mauuakoa
street, mauka of the China Engine
house, last night, and arrested five
Japanese for gaming.
Another Chinaman was captured
by Schleinmer and Hookano with a
couple of tins of opium.
Roundsman Kaapa, armed with a
warrant, sui prised John Allen at
J'avvaa, and anested him with three
do.en and a half bottles of swipes,
teal hot stutr. Allen formerly work
ed in lestattrants, but retired a fow
months ago, enteiing tho svvipo-sell-ing
He Brings In a CoiFeo Fiend Early
A young native living on Fort
.stieet awoke between .' and 1 o'clock
yesterday morning, and feeling a
lit tlo ltungiy decided to go out and
have it cup of coll'ee in a Chinese
restaurant near by. Ho dressed him
self and went out, but tho restaurant
man was not up. Tho native decid
ed to wait a few minutes and stood
near tho fence. Presently Captain
Kleintne of the mounted patrol hap
pened along, and seeing the young
man btaudiitg in tho shadow of the
fence, thought there was something
vvronir. Visions of a conspiracy, a
siy or .something oKo floated boforo
tliu undaunted captain's eve, and in
the twinkling of another eye ho
trial )!)(( I the man bv tho back of the
neck and yanked hint down to the
Station Hou-e. On examination it
was found that the fellow was harm-
les.s, and he was let go. The litst i
place the man made for was a collee !
Now Goods at tho Temple. .
'Two great specialties" are an-'
nounced by the Temple of Faction, i
A In !(' i tiiwl us tin i kl jii i mm jif t tin
. t kii fyJ tin v wiM'iiii' jw w iii
favor,0 diamond dyo fast black hose
hits been received, and a special sale
. I of hosierv will begin at the Temple
nel Satuitlay. 1 he otlior great
featuie in an assortment of window
ctiitanis in viii ions materials, new
designs and very choice patterns,
Mr. lihilich displays- these goods
with prices uiaiked in his windows'.
The proniplne-s and ceilaiuty of
its ctiies have made Chamberlain's
Cough lieiuiilv famous. II is in
tended esiii'ciallv foi coughs, colds,
cioiipainl whuopiiin coughs, anil is
the most ell'ectual loiucd.v known for
these ili-ea-es. .Mi. C. IJ. Main, of
Union Citj. l'a.,Hii,si "I have a great
rale on Cliatubei lam's Cough Koine
dy. I wanaiit eveiv but tie and have
never hi'iiul of one failing lo give
entile batihfacliou." f0 cent hollies
for sale bv all dealern. ISuiisoii,
;. i.i , V r ii ii '
.Smith Co., agunlH for thu lluvvnW
JUROR VS. COUNSEL.
Retort Courtoous by n Good Man
Whon the jury was being em
paneled in tho Circuit Court for the
trial of Richard Stone for perverting
justico, Mr. J. T. Stacker was called
omong othor good men and true.
Mr. Hartwoll for tho dofonso ox
cusod Mr. Stacker on tho ground
that ho was not acquainted with
On tho next caso being called Mr.
Stacker's namo was again drawn.
As usual, whon tho tvvelvo woro in
tho box, thoy wore asked if any of
thorn know any reason why ho
should not sit to try the caso. After
a pause Mr. Stackor rose and blandly
"If your honor please, I do not
know of any reason except that I
was excused in tho previous caso bo
causo tho distinguished counsel for
tho dofonso was not acquainted with
mo, and I have not had tho honor of
an introduction to him since."
"Tho distinguished counsel" gyr
ated on his hcol as ho said: "Mr.
Stackor is excused."
Ono for Stackorl
Proceedings at Circuit Court Term
A verdict of guilty was rendered
yesterday in tho cases of Tom Ling
and Ah Chuck, tried soparatoly for
liquor soiling without license. Judge
Coopor this morning fined each de
fendant S125 and $18.50 costs.
Lo Fook was acquitted this morn
ing on tho charge of unlawful pos
session of opium. Peterson for de
fendant. Thoroasa P. Maehado is on trial
this afternoon for larceny second
degreo. W. A. Kinney assists Depu
ty Attorney-General Wilder, and C.
Creighton conducts tho dofonso.
Boforo Judgo Whiting to-day F.
W. McChesnoy was discharged, his
accounts being approved, as assigueo
of A. L. Cron.
Tho satuo judge hoard ro-argu-niout
on demurrer in C. Kaiaiki vs.
J. W. Kelulvoa et al. C. Brown for
plaintiff; W. C. Achi for defendant.
BIG EIRE AT WAILUKU.
The Plantation Manager's House
News has just been received that
tho residence of the manager of tho
Wailuku Plantation was burnt down
on Wednesday night tho 10th inst.
Tho alarm was given about a quar
ter to tvvelvo at night and tho fiery
element soon got its work in, tho
houso being completely burnt to tho
ground. Tho value of tho building
is estimated at from $7000 to $3000.
Mr. C. B. Wells, tho now manager,
had started to remove his furniture
into tho houso and ho loses proporty
worth about $8(X). Tho causo of tho
fire is at present unknown, but thoro
aro rumors of firebugs having boon
THROWN FROM A WAGON.
Painful Accidont to a Chinaman
A Chinaman driving in a wagon
mot with a rathor serious accident
near tho top of Emma stioot this
morning. Ho was coining down at
a prott' lair gait, whon tho annual
got scared at bonio noiho and bolted.
Tho Chinaman, as is usual with his
race, got excited and was unseated
and thrown violently to tho ground
under tho horse's heels. Ono of tho
front wheels passed over his head,
hurting hiin badly. Ho was picked
up and taken to tho Queen's Hospi
tal for medical treatment.
Central Union Church Social.
A social was hold by tho congrega
tion of Central Union Church in
their parlors last night. Misses
Rhodes and Dalo sang vocal solos,
and Mr. (Jeo. C. Potter gave a recita
tion. Jlofreslimouts, of which tho
staple was ico cream, woro served to
a laro company.
An interesting feature of tho ovou
ing was tho presentation, on bohalf
of tho congregation, by President
Dole to Dr. Uoekwith, pastor, of a
cano niiido from wood out of tho do-
parted Fort-street church. Besides
the appropriate remarks of tho givor
and receiver, a humorous speech was
made by Mr. T. It. Kobinson on the
While Mr. T. J.lliuhoy, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling in Kansas ho was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
get .some medicine and the druggist
ii'coininended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhtua Kemedy so
highlv he coucluil -d to try it. Tho
' result was
I few doses
immediate relief, and a
cured him completely.
It is made for bovvol complaint and
nothing else. Jt never fails. For
i sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith fc
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
ir.in Li l'Ioii of Honor, iiiitIh
lliiila.v) EVENING ill 7::iD o'clock,
Illinium) Hall, Mug Mn-i't.
J Oh. M.OAT,
TO STAMP COLLECTORS.
WANTED, TO EXCHANGE OK l'UK
cIiiimi, fur I'. B. Postage h'tiuups, all
Issues of Hawaiian Island htiiuips,
Aiuirvssi vv. a. .lunrsttw.N
"IIT-It llo .;ijJ, Ocalii, l'la., V. I
"VN Till: IItii INST.
hitmen Ahtii.il and Punch-
howl strcfls, or mi I'linclibow I street, be
lui'iiu Ilium's Hospital mid King strict, a
Hold I, inn Watch I'liiirin. Piiuler will bu
Mlilulih rewarded by leaving same at olliee
of W. C. PAKKE.
I'O LET HY THE
month ' Riiiialrluu.
li il.iy, week or
Cleaning and hhiirpuiiiug ilotie; Diiplleiiiu
1'Iccui, furnished when required, Machines
I'lilltd for mid tcturneil. AImi, Repairing
Harden lliiae-lit fact, can do iinwlilng
i iH'iwteury arontiu tliu liouni
, lt,. u,rMiuuul Telunliouu iw
m-iV N, f, ul
arotuiil tliu lioiuo or blalile,
Saved MyWife'8 Life
John W. Jonca
" Of my own froo will nd accord, unbiased by
anyone, and tvlihlng only to do good to tho
afntoted, I Tflsh to tell of the good qualltlei of
Uood'i Sarsaparllla and Hood's mil. I think
thcra aro no medicines onuil to tlicm, and hay
firoved their merit by oxpcrlence In my own
amily. My wire, Hnclicl. litis bocn anllcted
wlthweaknen, ncrvoinncn, and salt rlitum. I
spent nearly nil that 1 had of this w orld's goods
for dorUir's bills and medicine until w e decided
to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wlfo From tho Crnvo.
The salt rheum has entirely healed and she Is
rretorrd lo good hrnlih. I have many
friends and relatives hi tho cast who will bo
glad lo know Hut'
lias cured my
.Tnttv W. .Tnwa
HOOD'S PILLS "'1i belt utter dinner Milt,
Milit dlgeitlon, cure hoailiche. Try a box. 130.
By Job. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Carriages and Horses !
On SATURDAY, May 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOX,
At my Salesroom, I will sell nt Public Auc
tion, hy orilcr of Yv 1. TOLKIl, Kmi.,
1 2-Wheel Brake,
And nt the same timi'
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
Pacific Steam Line
For Vancouver, B. C:
The New ami Jlni
lilhYent Al Stenm-
Of the above Company, will eall at HONO
LULU on their wnj' from S.vilnoy ami
1 trixbane to the uhovo port on or
about the following dates:
b. S. "WARRIMOO"
..JULY 1, I8U3
For Sydney & Brisbane
Krom Vaneonver, 11. O. :
.JUNE 21, 1801
.JULY 21, 18SM
Passenger and Freight Rates
TO VANCOUVER, II. C,
Are tbe game as to San Francisco, Cal.
Tbroagh Tickets to All Points in Canada
and the United States per Cana
dian Pacific Railway.
For Freight or l'asnagu apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
POR. SAXjEI I
50 CENTS A POUND.
MRS. R. LISHMAN,
Hell Telephone 1117 7l!0-,Jv
6000 Alligator Pear Stones!
For which f a Hundred will be paid
11. E. MilNTYRE .t IIRO.'S,
7I7'J Cur. KortiV King sis.
Ior Local Xowh
1', ii I let in
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, XSonolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
l.iht rout Dark Ground KtTeets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTOX CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and ItlnuV;
FINE KK1UKKI) MUSLINS IN NKW HKSIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Seotch aingliains, Uroended v. Plain Chninlirirs,
Klder-dinsii in Pink, Cream and llaliy
Polkn Dot Mulini,
A coMPLirrn assoutmknt of
In FUa-icls, Clioolts o-xicl Stripoa,
V&- Come and sco the White Goods we aro selling nt 7, U and 3 yards for f I. "VS
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
NEW GOODS !
B. IF. BHLERS 3c CO.
88 PORT STRElEiT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rug's
IN GllEAT VAK1ETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE utul COLOUUD-Ju-t MtitnMe for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO OllOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Sillcalino arxcl Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
XW Dressmaking Under tho Management of MISS E. CLARK. .3
To Lot or Iioaso.
BOOMS TO LET.
rpVO FURNISHED ROOMS
JL on Ilcretuniu street, near
street. Apply at thw
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with llathroom, pat
ent W. O.. etc. CoiimiaiiilH
one of the finest vievva in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONE IJ LOCK FROM ItE
retania street ears, a
Oool and Convenient Cot
tage of feix Rooms, Ijirire
I.ot, Stable and Chicken Hoii'-e. Applv to
E. R. HENDRY, '
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OB, LEASE
THE COTTAOE AT NO.
'J58 King street, lately
occupied by Sir. M. S. I-evy,
t'outainiui'3 lledrooms. Par
lor, iJiuing-room, Kitchen anil Jiatliroom;
SUihlo In yard; Artesian WaUtr laid on.
For particulars and terms, applv to
ni3-tf at E. O. Hall ,fc boils'.
rpiIE TWO PIECES OF
-L Property with the
Buildings, thereon, situated
on King street, and at pre
sent, occupicu ny .Messrs. a. .Now lent unci
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of J. IJ. Atliertou; each of these pre
mises are bringing in an annual rental of
WiO, and a line opportunity is hereby
ollered anyone who is desirous of owning
a uicu comfortable home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town. For terms applv to
MM-tf JOlfN F. COEHURN.
A HANDSOME NEW HOUSE JJJ&
cotainuig Parlor, Smoking rS.
Kooni, Ijiruc lledroonis. Din- ZJSi
ing-room ami Kitchen, Verandas and
mil. W oodroom. llathroom and l'ntent
O. licaiitiful Large tlriiiuidscontaiiilugOr
nainental, bbiule and Fruit Trees. Flowers
and barge Orape Arbor. Outbuilding con
tains Washroom, Servant's Room, Tool
room, Uhlekcii House and Yard, and Uirge
Carriage Housu with all improvement-.,
In fact tho place must he seen to be appre
ciated. To a permanent quiet faiiuh a
bargain w ill be made seldom ollered. Will
rent with or without Carriage Houe.
House Furnished or Unfurnished. One
mile from Post Olllco; one block from
Ilerctaula street cars. Also, a New o-rooiu
Cottage with all modern improvements at
low ront. Apply at this olce. 717-lw
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
No 41 Huuanu St. fA Bet. Hotel & King
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
AT Mitt 1ST IUTKS.
tmr l'liniiliing Neatly Exiruu-il bv Ex
perienced Workmen, 71ti-liii
iMriiiai.ii ami I)i:ai.i u it.
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
Has removed to Niltiauii street, "Poster's
lllock," betwii'ii Merchant and
Dally llullrtiit, 60
eenU a month,
Figured Irish Lawns.
NEW GOODS !
Tho undersigned are prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
PROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago & Return
CONNECTION WITH THE BTEAM
i:i!h 01' THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
or San Franoiaao
- - AM) THE
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of New Zeu.lo.nd.
Further particulars niuv bo liail
Wind. IRWIN 4 CO.
i Job 1'rinliiin
' rxtvuttd nt tint
neatly iul promptly