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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AKTEU OOTODElt 1. 18IIA
A.M. P.M. P.M.
l,eavo Honolulu. .(l:lft
Arrive Honolulu ,S:35
Pkaih. City Local.
Lcnvo Honolulu fi'.10 ....
Arrive 1'enrl City r:IH ....
Leave Penrl Clty..(l:5.i
Arrivo Honolulu 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1893.
Tur.inAY, May 10.
HnwbkKl' llitliet, Morrison, from San
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, 13 dnjs
from San rrnnuico
Tin-snvi, May 10.
Am bktno Amelia, Ward, for San l'riin-
Stmr W (1 Hall for Maui and Hawaii tit 10
Stmr Jaw Makee for Kajiaa
Stmr MiKabuKi for Kauai at 5 ji m
Stmr Waialealo for Lab.iina and Hamakua
Stmr Cl.uidiuu for Maui at 5 p m
A Rill V ALU.
From San TiancNco iiurbktnu B X C.is
tle. May l(i Mrsi; II Hubbard, lisa Eva
Hubbard, Mrs ,lolm ltov, Allen Hoy and
PI PARTUIll s.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W Q
Hall, Ma 10 For Volcano: it Snowilen,
K loggers, O aoldsmitb, Mr MuUler, It
Heap, Miss A Holmes, Mr and Mis
Holmes. For wnv ports: C L Ikito, K
Okkots, Mr Gray, 'Alls Willis and -2, deck.
The steamer Kilauea Hon lias been laid
The baikentine Amelia "-ailed for the
Golden Gate this afternoon with a cargo of
The Aiucrkan barkuntino S. X. Castle,
Hubbard master, wastowed into port from
Km Francisco this mouiing and docked at
8 o'clock above the Oceanic whuii. The
Castle came down in thirteen dajswhiUi
is considered as a good passage. l:viuii
ented pleasant weather tlnougliout the en
tire passage, which was uneentful. He
sides live passengei s the bai kcntine brouglit
mi iwsorted largo.
MARSDEN VS. WILIilNG.
Tho Nurseryman Knocks Out the
Commissioner in Short Order.
Mr. Carl "Willing, koopor of tho
Government Nursery, and Mr. Jos.
Marsdou, Comnii&sionor of Forestrj'
and Agriculture, met in a fistic en
counter this morning. It is reported
that since Mr. Marsden was ap
pointed Commissioner by tho Pro
visional Government Mr. Willing
has taken a disliking to him. Will
ing was in town yestorday and is
said to have let fall some nasty re
marks to a few friends which boded
no good to Marsden. This morning
whou tho gentlemen mot a few hot
words woro exchanged which ulti
mately resulted in a hand-to-hand
conflict. Marsden struck Willing a
stinging blow over tho right eye,
raising a pretty respectable shanty
thereon, and knocking him down.
Willing quickly recoered his legs
and, being a powerful man as well
as his antagonist, gave Marsden a
severe pummelling, tho marks of
which are apparent on his counte
nance. It is rumored around town that a
warrant will bo issued for tho arrest
of Willing on a chargo of assault
and battery, but up to tho time of
going to press no such a document
had been issued.
Coat and Construction of the Nica
Tho cost of tho work has been
variously estimated; tho latest I havo
seon, and 1 believe it to bo the high
est, is $87,000,000. Tho company
engaged in its construction proposes
to raise in saino way S100,000,tK)0
an excess of $18,000,000 abovo tho
estimated cost to pay interest till
the canal is in operation, and to pro
vide for contingencies that may arise.
The sum is not large if tho patron
age the canal shall receive proves to
bo anything like what is predicted
and sooins probable There aro dif
ferences of views as to how the canal
shall bo constructed and controlled
when in operation. xs it will prove
most advantageous to our own com
merce, aud as under public control
excessive profits will not bo made on
tho 11101103' invested, there is a pre
vailing sentiment that tho Govern
ment should build it, and manage if
after it is built; that it should bo
free to American shipping, and a ta
imposed 011 fotoigu nations 011I3 to
an extent that iB necessary to pay
tlio expense of management, and re
pair and a leasouablo income on tho
cost of construction. llwlmrd II.
McDonald, Jr., In May Culiornian.
Tho promptness and certainty of
its cures have made (Jhamhurlniu'i
(Jough Komedy famous. It is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, and is
tlio most ofrecttial remedy known fo
fheso diseases, Mr. C. B. Main, o
Union 00, l'a., Mij s: "I havo a great
halo 011 Chamberlain's Cough Iteme
uy, 1 wfiimiiL oioiy niMlllMIIKI nave 1
never heaid of one failing to give I
entire satisfaction," 50 cent bottles
for unlit by all dealms, Benson,
Smith & Co., ageiitH for the Hawai
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
A ninn wants to hiro a horso.
Mrs. Lisli limit's hoino-inndo buttor
G. E. Bonrdninn olTors nn upright
pinno for sale.
Ah Muu and Ah Kwai woro ar
rested this afternoon for smoking
T. II. Davies it Co. have Amorican
and English biejulos on hand at re
Nino passoi'urers tools nnsiauo by
tlio steamer V. G. Hall this nioru-
ing for tho Volcano.
A new cot t ago on coiner Fort and
School streets is to let. For parti
culars bee adoitiseinent.
From lei'init advices it is learned
that tho Makawoli oano is yielding
the high return of 10 tons of sugar
Tho lloalani Boat Club will meet
on Thinsday evening to appoint
delegates to meet tho Myrtle repre
sentatives. Mr. Oyster will bo a passenger on
the Australia arming to-morrow,
and will havo his headquarters at
tho Beaver Saloon.
For Hawaiian somonir spoons,
kukui jew elry, or boat's tusk brooches
try T. Lindsay, the People's Jeweler,
Melnerny Block, Fort street.
The syren whistle of tho U. S.
cruiser Host on woke tho echoes this
mouiing. She blew it as the steamer
W. G. Hall was leaving for Hawaii.
Sam Manake, charged with mur
der, in connection with tho Waialua
collision, will bo gi en a hearing in
the Distiict Court to-nioriow morn
ing. Ono Chinese opium fiend was sent
enced to pay a fine of $v() in the
District Court to-day. John thought
it was too .steep, and noted an ap
peal. Two six-oared eiews from the U.
S. S. waiship-) Boston and Adams
liad a raco in the harbor yesterday
afternoon. The Adams ciew won it
Tho Chincso and Japanese immi
grants who arrived on the S. S.
Oceanic fioin Yokohama and Hong
kong wero releaed from quarantine
Mis.E. II. Hubbaid and Miss Ea
Hubbard weie passengei s by tho
barkontine S. X. C.istlo to-day fioin
San Francisco. They aie ielalive.-
of the Captain.
J. M. Monsarrat lias oideied the
sale of a coilaiu pieeo of land at Ka
lihi under foreclosiuo oT mortgage.
J. F. Morgan will s-cll tho land at
his saleroom at noon to-morrow.
J. F. Mot gnu will hold a sale of
coilain laud situated at Amvaioliinu
to-morrow, at noon, at his salesioom,
by older of Biuce Cailw light, under
foreclosure of nioilgage. Particulars
Captain L. V. Hubbaid, of thu
barkontine S. N. Castle, repot tb hav
ing lighted the Hawaiian bark 11. P.
llitliet about lhoday.s ago on her
way to this port. Sho arrived lato
All paities inteiested in tho dam
known as l'alikea in the Xutianii
stieam will have to appear befoie
Mrs. Einina M. Xakuina to-moirow
mouiing at 10 o'clock, as Yam Kin
lias made application for the adjudi
cation of his rights.
On Saturday next, at Dovv-ott's
coral on Queen ilieot, Jas. F. Mor
gan will auction oil a laigo number
of tine niaies and colts hiokcu to
saddle, and at the same time and
place a cut under carnage, I101-0 and
harness will be olleied lor sale.
W. F. Reynolds is acknowledged
to be the leading oxpeit optician in
Honolulu. Anyone troubled with
weak or defective eyesight should
see the Proprietor of tho Golden
Hulo Uaaar, who keeps the only full
lino of optical gooiK 111 Honolulu.
Tho Scottish Thistle (Jlub at their
meeting last night settled the de
tails of tho foithcoining social to bo
given in the club hall on tho even
ing of Monday next, tho 22d inst.
Tickets may be prociued from Chief
Thomas Lindsay, Foit street. One
new member was admitted into tho
ranks of tho club.
The BuruiiN .lob l'lintiug De
partment lias supplied to tlio older
of Mr. Geo, Lycuigus, a complete
outfit of high-class stationery for
tho tiso of hii numerous guests at
tho Sans Souci .Seaside Hotel. The
letter paper, which is of the best
qualitv obtainable, is especially no
liveable fioin the ai fistic design al
the head punted in embossed gilt
lellei.s. The fit li.i.iin' is tlie only
place in town whom work of this
beautilul deseiiptiou can bo turned
PUBLIC LANDS AND LEASES.
G11I0 at tlio
Chief Cleik .lohn A. lfassiugei of
tho Inteiioi Depailmeiit conducted
a sale of land and leases in front of
the Government building at noon.
The JJeservoir lot, miikai of the
lof lecently sold to S. C. Allen, and
now occupied by , I. H. JJat., Nun
ami avenue, containing an'aiea of
rifil!! sipiaio feet, was knocked down
to Judge Win. Foster for .?!().")( (, As
the up-et ptice was !j.'i(H), the insult
must be giutifying to the (iouun
llieiit. Leases for l.'i 3 ears of two tracts
in Haiku, 1 1 lit, containing ''S and
100 aeies, icspoctivolv, weie -old at
the Up-et puces n ..r)t) and $", to
the Wo lling Co.
The lease nf thieo liaels in Ko
liala, Hawaii, for l.'i .war-, was sold
to It. It. Iliad at I he upset prices
of i'l r0, i'2:d' and nOc. 1111 aeie. The
aggiegate was hum 27!l ncio.
The lease of liact of 'JSOtl (Uili-.i ill
liana, Maui, was withdrawn.
Hood's Pills ate puii'ly vu
ami do not purge, pain ur
Sold by ull diuggihtn.
Formation of a Vigorous Local Olub.
A well attended mooting was hold
at tho Hawaiian Hotel last night for
tho purpose of getting up a crickot
club. Tho following ollloers wero
llov. V. II. Kitcat, President j
11. L. Auorbaoh, Vice-President;
L. do L. Ward, Secretary;
J. G. llothwoll, Treasurer;
Thus. Lishninn, Captain;
Alfred Hatfield, Vico-Captain;
J. Lightfoot and A. M. Howott,
A committee meeting was held
allerwauls to consKlor what menus
should bo taken to got tho grounds
in proper order, and a sub-committee
consisting of Messrs. 11. L. Auor-
bach and W. C. Weedon wore ap
pointed to interview tho Minister of
the Interior in ordor to ascertain
what privileges tho Government
would allow tho H. C. C. and to re
port tho result at a committee meet
ing to bo held at tho Hawaiian
Hotel on Friday, May PJth, at 7 p.m.
It was settled that tho practice
days should bo Tuesdays and Thurs
days from -1 to (5:1ft) p.m. and Satur
days from 2 to G:30 p.m., and as
ninny members as can got out aro
requested to bo present on practice
dajs. During the othor days of tho
week members nntv havo practice to
suit themselves. Tho tools will bo
kept for tho present at Mr. W. Horace
Wright's residence on Maki'ni street,
opposite tho old baseball grounds,
and will bo in charge of one ol tho
Eecutivo ollicers who will always
At tho meeting last ovouing -10 ac
tive and 20 honorary members woro
elected, living a total membership
to date of (50.
TO FURNISH THE TEMPLE.
Mooting of Wives and Daughters of
Freemasons to Devise Means.
A meeting of tho wivos and daugh
ters of Freemasons was hold at tho
hall of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F.
and A. M., at 10 o'clock this morn
ing, for tho purpose of raising a fund
to furnish tho Lodgo room of tho
new Masonic temple. Tho meeting
was well attended and tho ladies
present wero all enthusiastic in the
cause. The otganizntioii was com
pleted as follows:
Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh, Ptesidont;
Mr. W. F. Allo'n, Secretary and
Executive Committee Mrs. Juo.
A. Hassingor, Mrs. Andiovv Fuller,
Mrs. ,1 no. S. McGrow, Mrs. E. D.
Tennev, Mrs. Andrew Brown, Mrs.
J no. II. Sopor, Mrs. C. B. Wood.
Mis. Clarence Crabbe, Mrs. Thos,
Soienson, Mrs. M. N. Sanders, Mrs.
It was decided to give a series of
lunches and othor entortaintnentb
for the benefit of tho furnishing
fund, as soon as tho several sub
committees are organized.
A meeting of tho executive com
mittee will bo hold at tho residence
of Mis. Hassingor on Thursday at
10 o'clock a. in.
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB.
Appoint and Instruct Thoir Delegates
to the Healanis.
Tho Myrtle Boat Club hold a
special meeting at tho boat house
yestorday evening for tlio purpose of
nisti noting delegates who would bo
appointed to confer with tho ropio
sentative.s of the Healani Boat Club,
with legard to the coming cham
pionship event. There woro ten
inenibeis present at tho meeting.
After some discussion it was decided
to leavo the matter with tho chair
man, who immediately' appointed A.
A. Wilder, V. C. Parko and Captain
Lvlo to represent the Mjrtles. TI103'
weio instiuctcd to use their best
elloits, whon they moot tho II. B. C.
delegates, to facilitate an eaily meet
ing for tho championship repiesent
ed by the cup now in the possession
(if the Healanis.
I, AID TO BEST.
Burial of tho Lato Mr. Barnliold tho
The funeral of tho lato 1. C.
Barnliold took place 3 estei day after
noon from St. Andrew's Cathedral.
A largo number of friends of tlio
deceased, including some who woro
much inteiested in him profession
ally, attended the funeral. Among
these were, Mrs. S. B. Dole, Mrs. L.
McCully, and 1'. Dodge, of Oaliu
College. The funeral services woro
conducted by Bishop Willis, assisted
bj Kev. V. II. Kitcat. The inter
ment was in tlio Nuiianii Cemetery.
Tho pall-bearers were: Messrs. A.
Hutchinson, T. Jf. Kobinson, W. G.
Singli'liuint, L. La Pierre, C. B. Rey
nolds and J. F. Kckardt.
Funeral of F. Wilhelm.
The funeral of the late Fiod.
Wilhelm took place yestoidny after
noon fioin his house on Queen street.
It was attended by niaiiv friends of
1 he depaited, who joined tho cortege
to Nuiiauu Cemeteiy. 'J'Ikj fuueial
sciviees weie conducted by lev. 11.
11. P.irkor, pastor of Kawaiahao
chinch, both al the house and grave.
The pall-beaims wore: Captains
Campbell, Siuiei.son and Snivtlie,
and F. llarvej, W. Boss and T.
Trubtu and Combinations
Am unpopular, Hut thorn is ono .
form of Iriint against which nn out) I
hits nn.t hing to hti). Tliat is tho '
1 1 list uliicli tho 1 11 1 ) 111 roposos in I
llinid'n Saisapaiilla, anil tho host of i
il is tho tnit-l is fnll justified 1 '
tho nioiit of Iho iiioilit'iiio. I''nr, in j
moiiihor, Hood's Saisapaiilla Cuius. I
Cm (I ot Thiinko.
Tho wifo mill inlntiM" of tho lain
h'tinl. Wiiliuliu 1 1 1 1 1 1 lotnili Ihoii
hoailfoll and Miu'om tlianlm tu all
nf lliiiso fiioiuls who H.vnipathi.iHl
with tlioiu in tliuir Into lioioavuinnnt
anil follonod hi.i itjiiuiiiin to tlio
Goo. Summers and A. Uarris, burg
lary. Wilder and DaviiKou for pro
secution; C. W. Ashford for tho do
fouso. Begun yestorday afternoon;
still on trial. This is the Cartvvright
C. W. Ashford has filed a petition
in tho Clerk's olllco bf the Judiciary
Department, praying the Supremo
Court to ibstio a writ of prohibition
foibidding tho Circuit Court and
Judge Cooper to lake any further
cognizance of tho case of August
Herring, charged on the calendar of
the May torm with murder. The
grounds in the petition are the alleg
ed defects in the indictment and, asm
the plea to jurisdiction now pending
m tho Supremo uouit on appeal
from Judge Whiting, the lack of
authority of tho Judge finding the
indictment and presiding at tho
term. It is claimed that Judge
Cooper was not appointed by any
person or persons having any power
or authority to appoint him under
tho constitution and laws of this
nation; also, that ho was disqualified
from taking the office, because ho
was then and theretofore a member
of tho national Legislature of tho
Hawaiiau Islands. Chief Justice
J mid has sot tied tho matter with tho
following endorsement on tho peti
tion: "Having carefully road and
examined tho potitiou aud oxhibits
herein, 1 decline to allow tho writ
prated for. as not raising questions
to which the wxit would apply."
W. A. Kinney has boon retained as
counsel with J. A. Magoon for plain
tiff in tho broach of promise suit of
Alico Ayors against William Ma
huka, which cause has been granted
a now trial by tho Supremo Court.
It will bo remembered that Mr.
Kinney was ono of tho several
lawyers for plaintiff in a similar suit
in 1SS7 against the lato W. M. Gib
son, in which a verdict was awarded
to Flora Howard St. Clair for dam
ages amounting to $10,000. In tho
suit now pending between Miss
Ayors and Win. Mahuka, counsel for
plaintiff havo filed a motion that
they bo allowed to inspect all letters
from plaintiff to tho defendant.
Counsel aro now inspecting what
letters so far havo been produced by
F. II. Hayselden has filed a peti
tion in the Circuit Court to bo ap
pointed administrator of tho estate
of W. J. lloche, deceased, iuteatato.
Thero is nothing but about $200
worth of personal property to bo
TWO EDITORS IN COURT.
Preliminary Examination of Messrs.
Bush and Kemyon.
Tho libol suit against Mr. J. E.
Bush camo up first in tho District
Court this afternoon.
The Attorney-General offered tho
certificate of Ka Loo.
Morris Keohokalolo, clerk in the
Interior Ollice. was the first witness
and testified to tho fact of Mr. Bush's
having filed certificate of publica
tion. T. C. Portor, Minister of Finance,
stated that one bond of &KXX) was
sold for !)8 whon tho par value was
?100 to Bruce Cartvvright for cotn
piomiso of road damages for au
estate; no other bonds havo boon
bold since 1 have been there; no re
cord of sales by P. G. below par;
following is the list of all sales:
April 27, &Um at par; April 28,
StiOOO at par; May 2, 10()0 at 1W.
Wo had the nionoy for bonds about
one month previous, and tho di (Ter
ence of interest niado it equivalent
to par; May 8, S1000 at '.)8, as abovo
stated. I think tho amount of Postal
bonds issued is 21, IKK), Treasury
notes SJ1,(KK), at (5 percent, outstand
ing. Tho bonds had been sold with
tlie accrued interest.
Kecalled: Havo been Minister of
Finance since March l(i.
Hear' Watorhouso, sworn, stated:
Am subscriber for tho paper. Head
it regularly. I?ead paper of May 12
containing the article, "Ho Pilikia."
The case was continued for aigu
inent until Thursday morning, a
translation of the article in the
meantime to bo furnished to counsel
for the defense.
C. Croighton, A. P. Peterson and
J. L. Kaiilukou for defendant.
In re G. Carson Kenton, libol
against John L. Stevens, C. Creigli
ton, counsel for defense, with A. P.
Potorson, waived examination and
asked that his client be not placed
again behind tlio bars under "im
perative orders" until he could get a
bail bond prepared. The magis
tral 11 assured counsel that nothing
of the kind would be (lone, as also
did the Attorney-Gone rnl.
While Mr. T. J. Kichey. "f Altona,
Mo., was traveling in Kansas he was
taken violently ill with cholcin mor
bus. He called at a ding store to
get .some medicine and tlie druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrho-a Uoinody so
highly ho concluded to try- it. The
result was immediate relief, and a
few doses cm ed linn completely.
It is made foi bowel complaint aud
nothing else. It never fails. For
sale by all dealers. Ueiison, .Smith A:
Co., Agents foi the Hawaiian Islands.
Kx I'Oiln iit4 .liit-tifc 'Tin- jury wnb
uuiinuiilly ipurh 111 ri luli'iin t In rr- J
tlit'i, wu n't 11?" "Yvp. Wo K"t up I
il"K I'mhl 011 Mile of the 1: tin t lmuHL'."
"Anil if Iho uir heiiltliy lion ?" uhIc
mI it ii-ilot nt 11 mountain ii'Mut,
"ICmtIIoiiI, t-ir, 1 Nui'lloul. Ono can
hi'i'iiuie 11 I'i'iili'iiiiiiiiii hoto 111 11 little
wliih'," L I'nI-ltnU.
WAM'h TO 111111:
11 lloi mi fur 11
niouili. Ih willing io
funl il well. I rent it wi II
nml mix It owner, mil z .
U)li will. .M lint be iii-litle nml xiiitllhle
fniilli. lo.lilM' "IIAOhi:,"
IUl'll KS'T IIWVAIIAN hTAMI'I'-D
l1 l.lilebilH'", I inn ulli tl or Uiinmieullei),
IIIkIiuhi, (iriuu jmIiI. .Ajijily
Jf GSfc ppi
James llcbcr Vovman.
of Sliy lleaver, l'a.
Cured of Scrofula
Tho Pooplo will havo Hood's
Mr. Dorman'a Xxpcrtenco
"My boy, now 9 jcars old, had Scrofula In
ono cjo from tho time ho was a h.iby; discharg
ing all tho time. Of lato wo luo been giving
lilm Hood's 8 iraiurllln, and It h.ts clono nil
Unit incillrlno can flu. Tho Scrofula has disap
peared, and. his cjo Is healed up and well. I
fully bcltcvo Hood's Sarsap.irllla Is tho best
medicine In tho mirkc-L I keep n ncneral store,
nndltlsnotn trick to sell llnoil's b irtnpnrlllii
for tho peoplo v. Ill hao It. I sell more, ot
Hood's Sarsipirilli than all other modlclnes
together and tho storo Mould not bo complete
Hood's x Cures
without It. My wlfo Ins alo been entirely
cured of Scrofula by Hoo l's harsajiarllla, and I
am lieartll) Until. I ill for wlnt It lias dono for
us." John Dokman, Shy Iie.ivi r, l'a.
HOOD'8 PILL8 aro tlic brstafter dinner l'llli,
Militdlgostlon, curt Liailachc. Tr) a box. SSo.
LIGKNT JAPANLSn, YOUNG
1111, w nuts 11 situation 111 Btore or ISusi-
lios-i Olllt'u. Hum luul good ccvmiluiiee u nil
siu'iik Lngli-li well. Apply '-U. P.," llt'i.
l.hTis Olllco. 7J7-lt
TO STAMP COLLECTORS.
WANT HI), TO P.XOIiANGi: OK PUK
uhusu, for U. S. Postage Stumps, ull
Wanes of Hawaiian Whiml S4:uiiih.
Address: W. A. .10IINM1N,
71)3-It llox IlljJ, Ocila, Fin., U. S. A.
Vy twecn Kvc.iutiiokii street
Klki on King street, 11 Gold Xloiiogiuin
llre.ist Pin of American Two nnd One-half
Dollar Coins. Finder will he suitably re
iv aided b luiving ill this olllce. 7l!'i-:it
"fonci: is hi:ki:uy
1A iveii that the follow
ing di'seribed Animals will
lie sold at l'nlilif Auction,
011 SATURDAY. May 7.
Is'll, nt VI o'clock noon, ut the Government
roiiml nt .Mukiki:
1 Dark llaylloi-e, branded "31 31" on
left bind leg.
1 llluck ilorie, brimded "C V," "C F,"
"C K" and "i I!" all mi riulit bind leg.
1 lluv Horse, branded "Y" on left bind
Sf Owners of the above Animals must
send in their claims wit bin 'i d.ijs, other
wise they will be sold on the date ubuve
named. D. 1CAOAO,
Honolulu, 3lay lfi, lh'U. 7J7-'.'t
Lioyal Hawaiiau Opera House
I.. J. I.ovoy.
May SO, 1893,
I'AllTK'UhAKB I.ATP.lt -a
X llox I'l.iii now open ut the otlk'e of
h. J. I.evej , Loiner Tort and Queen street.
Moonlight -:- Excursion
to in; oivi:x t -
Saturday Evening, May 27th,
Toiiiil them in I'oiiiiih tiui; llieir NIIW
1IICVI 1.1; THAI K.
lt- Tin Ins will leav the l)init nt 7
nml no'i'loi'l., nml rctiirniiiK will leave the
drove nt In ami II o'elm I.
lo In luul nl llollhtnr . Cu.'h, 'IliriimV
Hook hlon , Ull'' lee ('mini I'arlui-, lluli
luii, Xcwiiiiiii A Co.'h or from iin.v of the
Music by Hie Hawaiian Quintette
l.iiiiir to bu ()!
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N. S. SACHS
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ummer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs !
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light ami D.irk Ground Kfleets Pretty l'.UtcriH,
SOLID COLORS COTTOX CRAPE
In rink, Cream, Light Hlue, Cardinal mid lllnck;
nsr, ridUKKn muslins in xnw hksiqns,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
llroL-mleil Plain Cliiimlirii,
Kiriur-ilovwi In Pink, Cream nml llabv
Polka Dot MiKllns,
a complkti: ap&outmknt OF'
In Flalds, aiaoalcs
Conic and see the White Gooda we nre t
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laees and Embroideries !
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. IE BHLERS &c OO.
98 FORT STRHHT.
Clienile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
ix uiu:at VAisir.rv
INDIA DI3IITY IX WIMTK nnd ('OI.Oi:i:i)-.Tnst suitable for this oliinuto.
KNOTTDD SWISS-A very jirettj line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
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SillccLlin. anei "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
rS" Dressmaking Under tho Managoment of MISS E. CLARK. Jgl
l'BIS llAUK "C. D. I1UYANT"
Or AI.l. STYI.KS
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
1. T1IK lATEsT l'TTIIls.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the Ijitest Improu'inciit!.
ALSO OX HAXD
I Celebrated Cite Pianos1
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ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
Kinj; stieet, ojiihi. t'nstle A Cool.e.
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Kahuku Ranch, Kau,
peitv will be
ireci iiinl Well-known 1
-dlil hi amnion on the
of June net.
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G00O Alligator Pear Stones!
Tor whii'h f n lino lreil will be
Mil.NTYIli: .1 IlltO 'ri.
7I7-'J Cor. I'ort .V Klin; sIh.
One Ayrshire Bull
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J. x. witidiir.
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J'nle. l.MI. (T'Jil-lw) I' O. lu U..
Camera and Full Outfit
inoi ScilQ Olieara I
I'iX.')',, Keoiioinleiil in Working, bun
llble fur il Ik Khmer.
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Ill in iivoillee,
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lINUhlhll AND COMIN;nTAI.
No, to Kuuhitmuim street,
rignreil Irish Lawns.
oiling nt 7, 0 uiul 3 yards for $1.
The innlerlKiieil nro prejiareil to givu in
teiuliii)' t'.iiiil.sts the inlv.iiit:t;o of a
1 Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago & Return
IN COXXIUTION WITH THE BTEA.M
Illth OP thi:
! oceanic steamship comfy
Of" San I'V&n.oiBoo
union steamship comfy
Of Now 2ea.ln.ncl.
MP" l'lirther tuirllL-iiliirs may bo baa
Win. G. PIN &C0.
Job I'n nt i ni
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