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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Honolulu time, which Is tlio sumo as lih. uni.
Us. of (jiuunxxIUi Unit.-.
MONDAY, MAY 22, 1893.
:M .A. IR, 1 3STE ZSTE'WS.
Sumixy, llnj 21.
Am schr Transit, Jorgcnicn, Uilajs fioni
Stmr Claudine front Maul
Stmr Mikahala front Kauai
Stmr James Makeo from Kauai
Stmr Waialealo from Hamakuu
Monday, May '2.1.
Am brgtno Wfl Irxx in, Johnson, 15 d.ixs
from Sin Francisco
Stmr l'elo from Muknxxcli
Momixy, May '11.
Stmr Kaala for Kaliuku and Punnlulu
btini Mokolli for Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Haxv bk H V Itithet, Morrison, for ban
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 r m
Stmr Claudine for Muuintn inn
Stmr Ixxalani for Makaxxeli at 4 i m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr 1'ele 10 bags sugar.
Per Waialealo 3JJ4 bags sugar and 31
Per stmr James Makee 2GJ1 bags sugar
and 31 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Mikahala 5100 bags lUgar, 12
bdls hides, 10 horses, Icon, lbblt.il-
lox and (0 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Claudine 'MU bags sugar, 171
bags xiottitoes, 24 bags corn, 27111ft ko.i,
4 i hogs, SO pkgs sundries.
l-Yom San Francisco, per brgtno W G Ir
xxin, May 22 Q S Waggoner.
From ban Francisco, per bk Albert, May
20-Chas Phillips, A M Wherlock.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, May 21
G 11 Exxart, b D Graliam, Mr and Mrs .1
Sherman, J K Farley, 1$ Dunn, Misses
Kopku, Mr Kimcshina, and 31 on deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, May 21
W G Walkor, J V Montgomeiy, I. Long
field, xxife and 5 children, Miss 15 Corn
well, Mrs O M Walton and child, Itev T 1.
Gulick, It I) Moler, W Brunimond, Tlios
Gay, S A Douglass, 1) H Ixjxx is, Capt Jacoh
son. Young Chuck Lung, Gam Hte, and 11
The steamer Waialealo will leave for 1. 1
haina and Hamakua ports on Wednesday
morning at 0 o'clock.
The bark Albert, Captain Winding, ar
rived in port Saturday afternoon, the
schooner 'iransit, Captain Jorgcnson, was
toxxed in yesterday, and the bngantine W.
G. Irxxin this morning. They madu the
passage In 13, 14 and 15 days respectively.
KIKGLlIIt In Honolulu, May 20, 1801, to
the xxife of C. W. Ziogler, a son.
I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Dimnoml Head, 3 p. m. Vonthor
clears wind, light oast.
Tlio 1'. G. band will givo its rogu
lar conuort at lSiiiinn Squnrp this
Job irintiiifj oxecutoil in first class
stylo by tlio Huu.miN Job Printing
Kemeinbor the luau at Koilri's,
Waikiki-kai, 1 p.m. till 8 p.m. to
Chris. Geit7. has removed his boot
sloio to No. KM, Foit street, formerly
occupied by the Ka Mailo stole.
M. Joyce was taken up on Satur
day afternoon for alleged personat
ing of an ollicor in Fobtuary last.
Alligator pears have begun to
make their appeaiancoin the market.
Save the seeds, there's money in it.
L. J. Levey's halo of land in Kau
was postponed one week, being now
announced for next Saturday noon.
Tho credit of the opium capturo
of 231 tins at Kalihikai on Fiiday
night belongs to Antono Bright and
Thoro will be a meuting of tho
Honolulu Ctiekot Club at the Hotel
this evening to complete organisa
tion. Tho Hospital Flower Society will
hold a meeting at 3:30 p. m. Wed
nesday, May 21, at tho Y. M. C. A.
AY. G. Irwin & Co. liaxo begun to
utilixo their splendid new warehouso
which extends front Merchant street
to Queen street.
The Hawaiian National Bandhaxo
a card of thanks in this issue to all
who assisted at tho bouoht concurt
on Saturday night. .
Tho S.S. Miowera of the Canadian
Pacific lino will bo duo from Sydney
and Brisbane on Juno 1st on her
way to Vancouver, 13. C.
There was no session in tho Dis
trict Court this morning, Judgo
Foster being engaged as awitnessin
tho Hoi ring minder case in tlio Cir
Tho customs ollicers made a thor
ough one-hour's search of tho S. S.
Australia this nioining, but no more
dopo was di'-coxered. Tho steamer
is taking in sugar now.
At tho meeting thUoxoning of tho
Sons of St. Geoige, the nomination
of otlicors for tho not term will
take place. All members are ic
quosted to bo piesont.
Tho baik Albert, schooner Tiansit
and brigantino V. G. Irwin all ar
rixed within twenty-four hours of
each other. Tho tlnee essels left
San Francisco on May 7th.
Threo Chinamen from Waikiki aie
held at the Station, pending investi
gation of a ciimtnal assault on a
nine-jear old girl, about which the
ate bulioxed to know something.
Mi. C. B. Hiploy, architect, is a
busy man just noxv. Ho is preparing
tho pLiiis for tho addition to tho
Queen's Hospital and tho managet's
now house at tho Wailuku Planta
tion. Elsowheio will bo found tho an
nouncement of the New City Min
sttels, to appear for tho first time
not Saturday evening. A raio old
ovening of choice minstrelsy is promised.
THE CRESCENTS ROUTED.
Tho game between tho Crosconts
and Ilawaiis on Saturday afternoon
diow a pretty fair attondanco of
lovers of outdoor sports. Both
teams wore oxpeeted to put up good
ball and tho anticipation was fully
realized. Tho Ilawaiis started off
wit h good, honest hitting of Lemon's
delivery, and before they retired had
credited themselves with threo runs.
Tho Crescents undismayed made an
effort to outdo their oppononts and
overcome a drowsy feeling which
had already come over them, and
thoy succeeded. Thoy swiped Kaao
for four runs. People in tlio grand
statul began to nnagino that thoy
vvore going to bo treated to a tedious
game, but not so. From tho second
up to tho seventh inning nothing
but a rotund of ciphors greeted the
eyes of tho spectators on tho black
board. In tho second half of tho
sovoiith inning Palmer Woods was
put into tho box for tho Hawaiis,
and ho initiated his advent with re
tiring Lemon on strikes; Hay
Wodohouso popped one of his littlo
flies to first and Lishmau misjudged
the distance botween tho pinto and
first bag. Thompson, thinking that
it was about time a niovo was made,
struck tho sphoro for a threo-baggor
and was sent homo by Palmor, who
in tuin traveled homo on another
tlnee-baggor by Pryco. Princo Cu
pid bunted tho ball, secured first
and. on a wild throw by Lemon,
made a circuit of the diamond. E.
Holt and Hart popped up littlo
flies which vvero pulled down by
Chris. Holt and Hay Wodohouso ro
pootivory. F. Woods imitated Cu
pid's bunt and on a similar error by
tho Cresconts added another run to
the scoie. Davis made a two-baso
hit, but was loft on third on Willis'
being retired at first. For tho
Cresconts Chan. Wilder, ID. Wodo-hoii'-o
and Ross wore retiiod in short
older. Thompson appropiiated tho
initial bag on Lemon s loose doliv
eiy. stole second, was sent to third
by Palmer's sacrifice hit, and cover
ed the plato by Prvco's single. Cu
pid anil E. Holt died at homo and
111 st. The Crescents seonied to have
lost all hope, and W. Wilder, Chris.
Holt and Sopor woro doomed. Score
5) to -J. Tho Cresconts woro simply
outplaced. During the early part
of the game tho Crescents woro in
it, but towaids tho final thoy woro
liko the Adams' sk-oarod crow
simply ''out of sight."
Following is the official scoro:
Great RoIirIoub Festivities by tho
Sunday was tho day of Pentecost,
or, according to tho Portuguese, Es
pirito Santo. It is a day of festival
in tho Azores, and has been annually
observed by Portuguese residents in
Honolulu. After high mass at thoJlo
man Catholic Cathedral yesterday
tho whole Portuguese colony from
Kalihi to Makiki marched out in large
bodies to Punahou, near tho Wood
lawn Dairy. Tho traincars woro also
crowded and people not in tho se
cret wondored vvhoro thoy woro go
ing. Two altars woro erected on tno
greon. one callod tho San Miguel
and tlio other Madeira. In front of
tho altars woro tables spread with a
variety of good things. At the San
Miguel alt or a young goat crowned
with a wreath was sacrificed as an
offoring, tho carcaso being auctioned
off later to tho highest bidder.
Two bands, tho Concordia and
Progrosso, discoursed music at inter
vals on difforont parts of tho
grounds. Whilo tho festivities woro
progressing Sonhor A. do Souza
Cauavarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner, and Mons. Vizzavona, French
Commissioner, arrived. When tho
shades of dusk began to fall, tlio as
sembly broke into small parties and
continued thoir rovelry until mid
night. Tho proceeds at the auction
of both altars realized a goodly
sum, which will bo partly distributed
among tho poor. Those annual fos
tivitios aro becoming very popular
among tho Portuguese.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
.N XMIS. All. )!. DM. II. A. 1.
illis, 11 5 0 0 12 0 1
Thompson, 2b 5 2 1 5 2 1
Kane, p 3 10 12 0
Woods, P., p . ... 2 110 3 0
Prxce, e 5 2 2 4 10
Cupid, e.f 5 I 12 0 0
Holt, lM.,l.f 5 0 0 10 0
Hart, s.s . ..100170
Woods, P., r.f 4 1110 0
Davis, .Sb ... .401020
Total 41 !) 7 27 17 1
cm U NTS.
N XMl's. All. K II1I. o. X. I.
Wilder, Chan., i
liOSS S.S. .
Wilder, , r.f
Holt, C, l.f.
Soper, lb . . ..
Lemon, J., p . ,
35 I 1 27 10 li
What was Realized at Kalihi-kai
and Berotania Street Armory.
Tho gross proceeds of tho Catho
lic fair, from tho difforont tables, on
both days, April 15th and 2'Jth, were
Luau tables Mrs. Wilcox, Mis.
Meek, Miss Wright and assist
Hawaiian table Mrs, 'ileo and
Fanuy tablo Mesdames Wnllei,
2(1 i 75
Llovd, Cooper, Morgan, Lin as.
Lemonade and eiindx' table Miss
Tuck and Misses l'eny. .. .
Lei table Mrs. Allan and nsslt
Grab box Miss Max Lloxd
Home rule table Mis. Mcndonca.
Itefreshmeut table Mesdamos Mo
Donald, McDowell, McU'iimm,
bmitli and Miss Mul.ain . ..
Scales Miss lMna Llovd
Admission fees lit Armor)
Total . $15SS 00
All bills of expenses to be taken
from this amount.
1 11) 75
Tho Sons of St. Guotge are mak
ing active preparations for their
coming social dance and oyster sup
per on Wednesday evening, May
21th. Tickets are obtainable at tho
Golden Rule Bazaar.
Richard Stone, the soldier Mjnt
onced to si months at hard labor,
besides a lino of .200, for shooting a
policeman, escaped fioin tho prison
gang, at Boiotania and Punchbowl
streets, this afternoon.
Mr. Charles Phillips returned bj
tho Albert, after having been absent
from Honolulu for several months
on a visit to his relatives in the
States. His numeious fiiends aro
glad to see Charlie once more.
Tho Wh.ki.y Bt't.i.LTiN published
this morning contains amongst other
readable articles Nordholl's letter to
the N. Y. Heiald. Commissioner
Blount's I list i notions fioni Piesident
Cleveland, etc. Secuio copies for
3'our friends abroad.
Ollicers of 11. 13. M. S. Hyacinth
had a sail in the yacht Bonnie Dun
dee yesterday. On reluming to the
harbor tho .jacht went aground on
the bank of the channel, and was
pulled oil by a steam launch and a
cutter from the L S. b. Adams.
This evening the Scottish Thistle
Club will gixo a pav social at its
looms, old Gaette block, Merchant
btreet. A varied piogram of songs,
leadings, iiistiumoutal music, etc.,
has been piepaied, mid theio is an
interval foi leliesluueiits. Mr. 'J'.
Lindsay has a lew tickets left.
Doput.x Maishal Bioxwi, Captains
Paikoi and Schleiiiiner and a wiind
of olliceis seaiched the ('out nil
Hon1-!) and adjacent pieim-i's Satur
day night for Captain A. W. Walker
but without success. The police
acted on a leport that Walkei was
seen at the house that evening.
SlOIli: IIV I.XMMIh.
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10 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Suiiim ir.x V. uned inns: Haxxans, 1; 2
li.iso hits ltos, Davis: 15 base hits
Thompson, Pi.xce; doulilu plnjs, 't. Wodo
iiousf, 2; bases on balls by Lemon 7, In,
lvaae I; lui by pitelur, L. Hint; struck out
by Lemon's, b K.iae 1, b.x Woods 1;
xx llll pitches by Lemon 1, bx 'Kaao I, by
Woods I; left cm lusts 'rueents 1, Hn'
xxaiis (I; stolen lucs Chan. Wilder,
Thompson, Kane, l'rxee.
Umpires Chas. T. Wilder and T. L.
biorei M. K. Ktohokalole.
Time of Game, I hour and 15 minutes.
Farowoll of Mr. Stovons.
Ex-Miniotor John L. Stovons of
tho United States paid a farewell
visit to the Foreign Ollice this fore
noon. President Dole and colleagues
of tlio Executive and Advisory Coun
cils received him, and Col. J. Jl.
Sopor, commanding the foices, ami
btull were in attendance. Captain
Zinglur had the regular gairibou
company on hand as a guaid of
honor. Mr. Stovoiin gave an atldioss,
to which President Dole lesponded.
Tho Govnininoul baud escorted the
guards to and from the Government
Job I'rintimj nmlly und promptly
executed at the Bulletin Ojjice.
Tinware, ciockmy and glasswaie
at Ho You Ken A: Co., II Niiuauu
1'icsouts to take to 30111 fiieudn in
the Stales at tho Japanese Biuaai,
Hotel !t 1 cut h.
Figuicd liihh Law ii-double width
and liuesi quality at II. F. F.liluis A
Co., Hi) Fort stieut.
Ilaby cai 1 iages for singlets, doiih
lelnor triolets at !', Uoll'sohliiogor
A Co,, liothul htieutn.
Twciily lie ii-.iinl pcuple 1110 now
oligiiKiil ill eniiimeictil ll diuilllllie 111
tliu Uiitti'il Matuc, anil llio vultui n( 11
I ycai'a juuiluuliwii Ib .O.UOOOO,
MILLIONAIRE AND MANGOES.
J. T. Watorhouse Has a Poor Portu
guese Arrested for Taking Man
goes. On Sunday morning Mr. . T.
Watorhouse sent a telephone mes
sage to tho Police Station to send
an officer to his residence, as ho had
caught a Portuguese thief. Captain
.lueu airixed at tho Watoihotiso iei
deuco in gieat haste, to find that ho
had to escort a Portuguese man, who
had stolen a bucketful of ovor-ripo
mangoes, to tho Station. Mr. Water
house handed over tho Poitugucso
Antono .Joaquim with tho mangoes
to the ollicor and told him to lock
him up. .loaquim pleaded poveity
and said that hi.s wife and children
1 had nothing to eat, and he was tak
ing the li uit home. 31 r. Watorhouse
would not heai his plea. A shoit
while aftei tho Portuguese was lock
ed up, his wife and two children
aiiixed, and a witness states it was
pililul to seo them weening. Tho
eldest child, a 12-3oar old sou, was
advii-odto go and ask Mr. Watoi
liousutohavo pil.x and release his
father; he letiimed later crying and
said that Mr. NNatoihouso had fired
him out of his promises. A fellow
countryman late in the afternoon
socnied bail lor Joaquim. He will
appeal in Couit to-morrow. In tho
meantime tho mangoes are under
going piitiefactiou at the Station.
A Pretty Fair Audience Greet tho
Tho Opora House was pretty well
filled on Saturday evening, tho occa
sion being tho benefit concert totho
Hawaiian National baud. An at
tractive program xxas prepared, and
tho difforont numbers woro listened
to with apparent satisfaction. Tho
national band plaxod with its usual
first-class stylo and was led by Prof.
Borgor and reminded tho audience
of old times when Berger led tho
boys. Miss F. Nolto's singing was
up to that young lady's high stand
ard. Besides a solo Miss Nolte sang
a trio with Messis. Baisotti and Ka
pua. Miss Parker and Miss Ward
excelled in tho duet, "Gontlo be thy
Slumbor," ami were encored, having
to respond again. Bandmaster
Libornio was loudly applauded for
his saophono solos. Miss Cummins
and Mr. Chas. Booth gave a pleasant
duet, for which they received an ova
tion. Tho Quintetto club gave a
vocal rendition in their inimitable
style. Mr. Ordxx ay also favored tho
audience with solos on tho mandolin
accompanied by a guitar. About
.S3r0 were realized by tho concert.
Continuation of Murder Trial Bofore
The prosecution tested early this
afternoon in tho trial of C. A. Her
ring for tho murder of D. L. Hunts
man. Mr. Ashford had objected to
the dying declaration of Huntsman,
but tho objection was over-ruled.
Again counsel objected to H. von
Werthorn, as a witness to the dying
declaration, on the constitutional
ground that tho accused had a right
to meet his accusers face to face,
aud Herring was not present when
tho declaration was made. Mr. Ash
ford noted oxcoptions to tho ruling
of tho Court. The defense called
Attornoj'-Gonoral Smith as first wit
ness. Twonty-sovou claims aggregating
.?2()33.1(J woro proved before Judge
Whiting against tho bankrupt estate
of James Nott, Jr., this morning.
George E. Boardmau was appointed
SCATTERED THE GUARDS.
The P. G. Guards Try to Cross the
Oil Saturday whilo a King street
tramcarwas coming along near the
Government building switch a com
pany of tho P. G. National Guards
crossed the lino right in front of tho
mules' heads. Tlio tramcar driver
nothing dismayed whipped up tho
animals and scattered tho ranks.
Tho ollicor in charge whipped out a
sword aud made a threatening pass
at the driver, but he did uot strike
at him, however, and the car passed
ahead. The driver looked pale after
passing the guards, aud it was bomo
minutes beforo ho recovoiedhisconi
posure. Tho blainu certainly lies
with the guards as the mules weie
within a fuw feet, when they at
ompttcd to cross the track.
Mrs. A. A. iTmtatns
For tho Good of Others
Jlev. Sir. irmianiB Heartily En
dorses HootZM Strsaimrllla.
Wc are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Slllsbeo
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. :
" I co no reason xvhy a clergyman, more than
a layman, who knows whereof ho speaks,
should hesltato to npprovo an
Article of Merit
and worth, from which ho or his family hare
boon signally benefited, and whoso commenda
tion may servo to extend tlioso benefits to
others by Increasing their confidence Myvxlfo
has tor many years bocn a sufferer Irom severe
for which sho found littlo help. Sho has tried
many tilings that promised well out per
formed Utile. Last fall nfilcnd gavo her a bot
tlo of Hood's Sarsaparllla. It seems surprls
lnr; xx hat simply ono bottlo could and did do
for her. Tho attacks of headache decreased la
number and xxcre less violent In their Inten
sity, whilo her Ecneral hoalth his bofn Im
proved. Her nppctlto has also boon better.
1'rom our oxperlonco xx Ith
Ihavo no hesitation In endorsing lu merlti."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'8 PlLLO aro the belt family cthrtl,
tntle nuJ effoctlro. Try a box. PrleoJio
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
Qiiecu Victorias Birthday,
Wednesday Evening, May 24th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
At their Hall over II. 1 Wichman's Je
welry stole, Kort street.
Tickets, :"T $2 Each
To Admit One Gentleman and Lady.
To he had at the
CSOLDEN HULi: UA34AA11.
lummer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaille!
Light and Dark Ground Kllctt I'rett.x 1'attcru-.;
SOLID COLOllS COTTON CRAPE
lu 1'ink, Cream, Light lllnc, Cardinal and lllack;
PINK KIGUKHD MUSLINS IN Ni:V DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Glngliniiet, llrocaded A. l'lain Chauilirlcs,
Klder-doxxn in l'ink, Cream and llaby lllue,
l'olkn Dot Muslins, Tigered Irish Laxxns.
A COMl'Lim: ASSORTMENT OF
In Flaids, Clio oka and Stripes.
IA- Come and siu tho White Goods xxo are celling at 7, (land 5 jnrds for?l.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc.,
LATHS r STYLE
Laces and Embroideries !
As only Seventx Tickets xxill be
issiiid llriti-.li residents or their defen
dants desiring to take part xxill oblige the
Committee of Arrangements by -.euiring
Tickets oirly, mi that nothing m.ij inter
fere xxith tho comfort of guests. "HMd
AN ALLEOUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
THURSTON, Minister at Washington.
"WILDER, Consul at San Francisco.
As 1 like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will be known as the
DRY GOODS ST0Re"P T-
ornnts a i.ixi: of
TRUNKS , AND
emeus Unuerwear, hashes.
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
The Popular Gri
mm ft' -
erman Dry lioods
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS I
ir:KX i irrirn-i ri
rVr-'ia ) r3rr??r&Mairm!ii
Tlio most painful cusoh of rhoiiin
u( iiiu umy Ijo rolimwl by a foxx aii-
plicntMins ol (JliaiiiDorlaiUh r.un
Malm; its coiitiniicd um will euro
any t-a-o, no inattnr of how hnifj
htiiiiiling. II i.s c(iia!lx boiioliuial for
laini) liaolt, pain in thu hide, pain in
tho cliost, laiiioiiDss, anil in all naiu-
i fill alli'ctioii.s ii'ipiinn an ovloiual
iniiii'ily. A iii'i'i of Itaiinol balnrat
i'il with I'ain ll.iliu anil boiiinl on
uxnr thu M'at of pain h hiipnrior to
anrv plastoi. For s,ilu by all ilualorri.
I UuiiMin, Mnith A Co., AkuiiIx for tho
! Hawaiian Ulanils.
Whilo Mr. T. J. Hiohoy, of Altona,
Mil, was traveling in JCansas ho was
lakun violently ill with uholura mor
bus. IIu oallotl at a drug sloro to
got bonio ini'diciiio and tho drugiMt
iwoinmondi'd Chainburlain'.s Colic,
Cholora and Diarrhtua Jloinedy .so
Iiil'IiIv no uoiu'luilod to try
result xxas iiuiucdiatu ruliof,
fv dosiia uuii'd him coumlutolv
It is mado for boxxol uouiplaiut and
nolhiiifi olbo. It novor luils. Kor
.salo by all doalois. JJunson, .Smith &
Co., Atrouts for t lui Hawaiian lblaiidb.
In tho inannfartiiri' of kuixox tho
ilixi.-ion iif labor Ii.ih licon ciniidto
niinh ail I'Miiut llliit inns knife ih han
dled hx M!enty (lllleniiitiiltlMMib.
Tho iinderigned are iirepired to givo in
tending Tourists the advantagu of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
w Chicago Return
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
99 FORT STH,BBT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IX GIir.AT VAHIKTY
INDIA DIMITY IK WIUTH and COI.OUKD-Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTl'KD SWIbS A very nri'ttx line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
koo fiioo i'oNai:i:-(mi:AT xovuiriKs
Sillt&li.e and Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
3T Drossmaking Under the Management of MISS E. CLARE. JS3
COXNIHTION WITH Till: bTKAM-
i:itb oi-' Tin:
(IKKM X WOMAN WANTft 'lO DO
(ii-nviiil IIi)U-m(ir. Aiiplx
ll.lxx (IKKVIAN ('ONhlJI.A'li;.
OAIID OF THANKS.
n-viii: i'M)i:itsi(iSi:i) wibii id
X lui h their lit.irt) thanl.it to tin-imli
fjuluarlbe for the Vally Uultttin,G0
cent) per month,
ll.. u In. ritsitiifnlt ! ii L'Hiimniihli ill tlinir
Ili-mllt ( on-1 it, to tlio ladliiH ami gi iilln- n'll iipilUatlon
nun xx ho look purl In llin CiiniiTl to.xlr,
I r w in I'M a ridiii linn in the relit mid In the
1'fini-iiiniil imvi riiint lit for tlit ir pi riul
Men to iilluxx liiiinliiiunUir Hi-iger to iiitin
agn nii-l oiiidiit i tin ( onuiirt.
tiii; mum in. ii.s hi' Tin; n.viionai.
HAWAII N HAND. 7-U-lt
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Oi San FranalBao
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Ot" TJow Zealand,
19 I'lirthi-r particnliirn iimj Iid hud
mil 1IA11K "C. D. HKYANT"
OI' ALL STYI.KS
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN Till: I XTKrtT rXTTIIINH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All xxith tho Ijitest Iiilirovenientb.
Al.bO ON HAM)
W EST KRAI AY Klt'S
Celebrated Cottage Piano,
Parlor Organs, Guitars
XM) OTIII II
roll hAi.i; l Y -
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King ntn i'l, oiiiio. ( ittli A Cooke.
1 Cottage on Wilder Avenue.
1 Cott.igo on Hvretunia Street
Month. 1 Cottage on llerctania Strcet-
1 Lottage on
1 Cott.iue on
3 Stores on Nniiunn Street, near llere
llerutania Street, opnonite
11 lSnilding Lots and 3 l'ish l'onds on
the riuii to Waikiki.
Hiiu-u and M on lleretanla street near
lViiMieolu. Ixit -JOU feet frontage and
1 10 feet deeii.
AImj, a Vnluiililo llloek of IJriok Hnild-
liigii in thu heiirt ol the City.
l dtlivuml free,
50 cvntv (i month,
in. u . IW N GO
1 UprlKht Piano For Bale
COTTAGE TO LET.
iitnr xenei-HH Jlospitul, bl
nooiiiK. Kent lo,
13 Niniiinu .st., Hoot A bhoo more,
HAWAIIAN JOOKEY CLUB.
A Sl'I'.l'IAh Mi:r.TlN(l Ol'THK MKM.
XV. berit of thu Huxxnllun Jookov Club
xxill he held on bATL'KIUY, Max LTtli. at
lUo'ulook ii. in., at the ollieoofU.O. llurger
'f l'l" jmriio-ii of i-on-iideriiig thu adxhia
lilliiv of holding tho nn-es on Kiiniuliniim.
Iia Day. I'lli; CO.M.Ml'lTi:i:.
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
A I AN I.lli; I DM I' ANY
ill Hie rii-e liliintiitioii
(rntit I.. ALtm.
ni-rlx kiiuxxiiaii Ym 1'ul Will Coinimiix.
Wiiliilnu, xxltli all thu x-attle, xxuli-r
f j- , . . . . 11 If llltl
uuue aireei & av b rdrors j "xi,"rv. '. .'?
W ----- - (j . . w llflltl
(Nuxtdoor to .Morgan'i) um lion room)
rll II. lMLt. tilJlllv ls!l ill I In. nil..
ol Jltuiajeur. Hereiilur Man U-u foiu.
piny xxill hoi ln ivniHiimllilu for nnv di-tiu
im lug li en '1 al Will mid Men Tul'Wul,
MAN I.i;i: COMI'ANY.
Houululu, May 10, lbJJ. 741-lw