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Tl DAILY BULLETIN.
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First (punter if the Moon, May 22(1 lit 41i.
Time Whistle Mown at 111. 23ni. 34:). p.m. of
Honolulu tiinu, which 1 the same as lili. inn.
IN. ot Greenwich time.
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1S"J3.
Tue.hu y, May 23.
Stmr V Q Hall from Maul and Hawaii
Tuesday, May 23.
Haw l)k R 1 Rithct, Morrison, for San
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Claudinc for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Iwaluni for Makawcli at 4 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia, Houdletto, for San Fran
cisco, at 12 noon
Cargoes from Island Ports.
1'er stmr W G Hall 071!) bags sugar, 1
bans coll'ce. IK! bans awa. li bills noat-
skins, 1 1 bills hides, 1)5 e.s pineapples.
From Maui and Hawaii, per V G Hall,
May 23 Volcano: A Holmes, Mrs A
Holmes, Miss S Holmes, Miss A Holmes,
R Heap, M Metzler, U Snowdon, R Eggcr,
C Goldsmith. Wayports: Mrs K W Fuller
and 2 children, Mrs A Fennell, Rev FW
Damon, Mrs W S llartlett, Rev Rishop of
I'anopolis, J .lurgensen, W Savidgo, E 11
Friel, J. Richardson, Mrs Rishop Willis, J
K Kekauia and wife, I. II Lane, H C Car
ter, J Macliado, C L Urito, I Chinese, and
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond lloail, 3 p. in. Wonthor,
cloud; wind iiortlwast.
Tlio Di.shop of I'nnopoHs roltinod
from a tour of llnwnii nnd Mnui by
tho sU-amor AV. G. Hall this nftor
noou. T. H. Dnvius & Co. liavo for salo
Stockholm tar, an nrliclu specially
roooinniondod for treus alTot'tud by
Nino pnssongors arrived in town
by tho stenmor W. G. Hall from tho
Volcano. Thoy report tho Volcano
in ail active slate.
A farewell will ho given at tho Ka
inehamoha schools this ovoniny to
Hov. V. H. Oleson, who leaves on
the S. S. Australia to-morrow.
Late arrivals at tho hum at Wai-
lriki, this afternoon and uroniuii, will
bo Hiiro of plenty'. A second edition
will bo served tip at (S o'clock and
A loam from II. B. M. S. Hyacinth
and local team will play a game of
cricket at tho J'limihou College
grounds at 11:30 o'clock to-morrow
Tho social dance and oyster sup
per of tho Sons of St. George, which
was to take place to-morrow even
ing, has been postponed until a
U. S. Minister Blount, Col. Clans
Sprookols, Mr. E. C. Macfarlane and
several other gentlemen paid Mr.
Chas. Nordhofl" a visit at tho Eagle
lloiiao yuslorday ovoning.
Pointers for tho police: Bruett is
in Sail Francisco; Walker is within
a thousand yards of the Y. M. C. A.;
Kutn Wiui is at ivoolau, and Mono
is not very far from the barracks.
Dates for the New City Minstrels
have been changed to Tuesday, May
30, and Saturday, Juno 3. so as not
to eonllict with tho tableaux for the
benefit of tho Honolulu Library.
This evening at 7:30 tho Annex
ation Club will serenade lion. John
L. Stevens, lato United States Minis
ter, at the Eagle llous-e, with the
Government band and a military
guard of honor.
Tho National band must feel them
selves highly Mattered (?) when they
find that thoy are confounded with
tho band that" played at tho Govern
ment building yesterday morning.
The Star man is responsible..
With reference to an item in the
Advertiser about a free fight on Sun
day between "tho Portuguese band"
and a couple of men in a buggy, tho
BuLLunx is requested to state that it
was not tho Progress band that had
Information from police sources
that Mr. L G. Cainarinos was to lie
arrested, in connection with tho
opium find at Kalihi, does not seem
to have been correct. All that Mr.
Cainarinos knows about it is what ho
saw in tho paper.
Quo of tho camions belonging to
tho P. G. artillery was taken into
tho Opera House this morning. It
will be used in one of tho tableaux
to bo presented on Thursday even
ing, on tho occasion oT the library
benefit. Mr. L. J. Lovoy, lessee of
tho Opera House, had a little trouble
with a squad of fresh guards, who
woro going to put tho cannon iiinido
regardless of his consent. Captain
Gunn apologised later for the guard's
That Hula Troupe.
"In spito of stronuous efforts made
to keep tho matter quiot by those
who have it in charge, an Advertiser
reporter yesterday learned tho fact
that a company of hula girls will
leave on tho Australia to-morrow."
So says tho Advortisor. If tho re
porter of our contemporary had
gone to tho files of tho Bulletin, ho
would have learned thorofrom, a
month or two ago, that a troupe of
hula girls was being organized to go
to Chicago. So far as this source of
news to tho Advortisor is concerned,
nothing is known of strenuous ef
forts to suppress tho clear record.
One of the gentlemen mentioned
by tho Advortisor indignantly denies
any connection with tho enterprise.
Tho following girls will compose
tho troupe: Jennie Kapahu, Nalcai,
Pauahi Pinao and Annie Kalupa.
Along with those will bo taken two
malo dancers: Kauuku and Knmuku.
Thoy will receive five dollars a wook,
all expenses paid, and a guarantee
has boon given that thoy return
within six months. Tho girls, who
are well-known to tho "loud" society,
aro packing up to-day.
Rooms to let with board at Ilani
Ofilcers Long and King Repulsed by
Chinese. Police officers Henry Long and
William King wore roughly handled
by about twenty-live Chinese at
Waiehu, Maui, luit week. The olli
cers located an opium joint and
made preparations for a raid in tho
night. The night was fixed and tho
men entered tho hou.-o and caught
two Chinamen, one of which hud
tins of opium in his hand. These
the Mongolian throw away, and thoy
woro picked up by King, hi the
meantime tho Chinamen cried lustily
for help, and about twenty-five fel
low countrymen ran in with sticks
in thoir hands and began to belabor
the ollicers. Some of t lie men picked
up tho opium and disappeared, wmio
tho others having given Long and
King a good drubbing, jumped into
tho taropalch and bushes and got
away. Tho ollicers were bruised all
over tho bodv and amis.
SCOTS GIVE A TIME.
Ploasnnt Social by the Scottish This
Root Boor on draught at Bonsou,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Port street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin, liosideuco, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Tho most painful cases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pain
iialm; its continued use will cure
any case, no matter of how long
standing, Jt is equally beneficial for
liuno back, pain 111 the side, pain in
'.ho chest, lameness, and in ail pain
Id affections requiring an external
runedy, A piece of lliinnel saturat
ed with Pam Balm and bound on
evir tho seat of pain is superior to
any vlabliir. For sale by all dealers.
ISeusm, Smith .V Co., Agents for tho
SubtetWe for the. Vuiltj Itullttln, 60
cents pet month.
Yesterday evening the hall of the
Scottish Thistle Club was filled by a
company ol old and young. One or
tho club's periodical ontortuiiiuiuuln
was the occasion. The evening pass
ed off plea-ant ly to all. Mrs. 1'etrie,
Mr. and Mrs, Guild, the Mi e
Adler, Mr. G. L. Hitman, Mr. Pollock
and Masters Pet lie and Sehraeder
contributed delightful music, vocal
and instrumental. Mrs. (Dr.) Mc
Lennan and Messrs. Murphy and
Logan gave readings, the first two
being oncorod. Jcu cream and cake
were served at intermission. There
was a wee bit dance at lheclo.-e, and
the party broke up at l():.r)5, Mr.
Thomas Lindsay, Chief, presided
with the canny grace of a Scottish
host, introducing the program with
a few rental ki on the objects oT tho
A report was Ihiug round town
thin afternoon that lion. T. C. I'or
ter, Minister of finance, had resign
ed that oliice.
Finding Mr. Porter in the treas
ury, a IJi'i.i.r.ri.N icpoitir queried:
"There aie rumors all over town- -I
don't know vshntliuryou know it or
not that you have resigned. Is
there any truth in tlieui!"
Mr. Porter smiled a little sniens
tically as he leplied:
"I am Holding oiuce uiiiu nuouier
maii 'J"ls it. I suppose I'll resign
after 11 while."
TliijMiiilhtur lliun left fur a far
corner to talk tu u ulurk.
Mr, NordhofF Does Not Answer
Citation to Appear.
President Dole Announces that tlio Am
erican Minister Denies the Govern
ment's Jurisdiction Over the
Yesterday evening's and this morn
ing's Goveriimont organs announced,
with more or loss flourish, that Mr.
Charles NordholT, correspondent of
tho Now York Humid, had boon
cited to appear before tho Execu
tive and Advisory Councils, Provi
sional Government, to answer to a
charge of contempt against those
bodies. Tho report was correct and
the Councils assembled at tho ap
pointed hour, but tho opening of
tho session was delayed a lit t lo to
await tho arrival of tho President.
Present: Ministers Dole (Presi
dent), King and Portor; Councillors
Damon (Vice-President), Hatch,
Einineluth, Allen, Waternouso, Mc-
Chosnoy, Urown, 'lonnov, oung,
Suhr, Nott, Morgan, Wilder and
Bolto. Tho onty absentee at roll
call was Attornoy-Gunoral V. O.
Smith, who was engaged in tho Cir
President Dole stated that tho
matter for which the session was
convened rolated to proceedings
concerning Mr. Nordhoff, tho Now
York Herald correspondent, in yes
terday's special session.
A motion by Mr. Hatch to con
sider tho matter in special session
was withdrawn on tlio opposition of
Mr. Einineluth and Mr. Young.
Secretary Kodgers read tho min
ute of special session on the matter,
showing it was brought up by Mr.
McOhesnoy and consisted of that
portion of Mr. Nordhoff's letter in
tho Now York Herald, and copied
by the Daily Bulletin, which alleg
ed that certain members and olli
cers of tlio Provisional Goveriimont
signed petitions in favor of tlio lot
President Dole asked tho secretary
to call Mr. Nordhoff, and that offi
cial sung out, "Charles Nordhoff,
Charles Nordhoff, Charles Nordhoff,"
in court crier style.
Charles Nordhoff did not respond
to the call.
Mr. Hatch arose, with a paper in
his hand, saying that under tho cir
cumstances ho had a resolution to
President Dole (interrupting) said
he had an impression that Mr. Nord
hoff stayed away by advice of tho
American Minister. Mr. Blount call
ed on him yesterday afternoon and
stated that tho American Govern
ment had established precedents re
garding publications made by Amer
icans in foreign countries. Tho Min
ister quoted a caso in Mexico, where
an American newspaper correspon
dent was imprisoned, whoso release
was demanded by tho American Gov
ernment. Mr. Blount felt that no
criminal liability attached to Mr.
Nordhoff, and if that gentleman was
held liable he would bo called on to
interfere. President Dole thought
it was now a matter to bo left to
their law advisors, to ascertain what
was the law in tho matter and re
port. Ho thought tho matter of Mr.
Nordhoff was a small one in itself,
in comparison with any mistakes
tho i'rovisioual Government might
make in dealing with it.
Mr. Damon ashed if tho Minister
had given official notice to tho effect
President Dole answered that tho
Minister said ho preferred to intro
duce the matter unofficially and not
go into a 113 correspondence. Tho
Minister's opinion was that under
the circumstances thoy had not juris
diction from any American point of
view to pioceod criminally against
Mr. Young said that under the
circumstances ho thought that the
matter was one that hail better be
dealt with further in executive ses
sion. A motion to go into executive ses
sion was immediately made and car
ried. Keporters and a few spectators
accordingly withdrew and the door
was shut against the public.
Hon. J. H. Blount Prosonts Creden
tials as TJnitod Btatos Ministor.
This morning at 9:30 Hon, J. II.
Blount presented his credentials, as
United States Envoy Extraordinary
and Ministor Plenipotentiary to the
Hawaiian Islauds, to tho Provisional
Mr. Frank P. Hastings, Secretary
of tho Foreign Oliice, escorted tho
Ministor in a carriage from Snow
Cottage, Hawaiian Hotel, to tho
Company A, National Guard, un
der Captain Zioglor, formed a guard
of honotifor tho Minister in front
of tlio building. Tho Government
band was in attendance, playing
American patriotic airs.
In tho Foreign Oliice tho Minister
was rocoivod by President Dole,
Minister of Foreign Affairs; J. A.
King. Ministor of tlio Interior; T. C.
Portor, Minister of Finance, and V.
O. Smith, Attornoy-Gonoral; Chief
llistico iiiuui, justices oicKorion
and Froar, of tho Supremo Court,
and Justices Whiting and Cooper,
of tho Circuit Court. Col. J. II.
Sopor, commanding the forces,
Liout.-Col. J. II. Fisher and Ad
jutant George McLood woro in at
tendance on tho President.
Mr. Blount with a fow remarks
presented his credentials, which
woro received by President Dole in a
short speech. The addrossos woro
O! the Agony
Thooo who Suffer from
Iload'a Barbtivartlla Purifies,
Soothes, Heals, OVRi:s.
N. S. SACHS
104 snort Street, Honolulu.
FOR THE LIBRARY.
Mr. T. V. Johnson
Ban Jmc, Cal.
Ho is Afforded Police Protection by
Mr. Chas. Nordhoff, correspondent
of the New York Herald, who has
been hitting the hot-headed annexa
tionists "below tho belt" mis thoy
claim, has been afforded police pro
tection by tlio Provisional Govern
ment. Two native ollicers were sent
to lift quarters in the I-'aglo House
yesterday evening, and two others
were sent this morning to relievo
1 hem. His quarters will lie guarded
night and day. The ollicers were
sent through a requonl by U. S.
Minister Blount, who was asked to
intervene by Mr. Nordhoff.
Kor since Mr. Noidholfs letters
began to appear in the New York
lleiald, meiiibeis of the annexation
cut I) iiegau omitting uiigDuiioiuuiuy
lomnrks against that gmillumuu,
using very abusive language. Tho
Annexation Club quaiters in the
Fihlinl building has echoed with
thieals of vengeance. On a blaek
boaid in the room the other day the
words, "Nnrdholl the liar," were
writ leu by a member, and anyone
was dared toera-eit. If the words
of lueuiliiiis of the chili aie to bo
believed, it is well Mr. Nonlli"ll' lias
secured police protection. .Mr.
Nordhoff Is all rigid.
Tableaux Vivanta and Music at tho
A series of historic, artistic and
dramatic tableaux vivauts prepared
by ladios and gentlemen of Hono
lulu will bo given at tho Opora
House on Thursday evening, May
25, at half-past 7 o'clock, for tho
benefit of tho Honolulu Library aud
Beading Boom Association.
Tho following program will bo
A Picture Gallery.
Song "The Carnival" Molloy
Tho Song of the New York Newsboy
Cleopatra and Her Maids.
Quartette "tiwect and Low". ...llarnby
Mrs. Tennoy, Miss von Holt, Mr.
Manning and Dr. South.
Duet "See the l'ale Moon"
Mrs. 1'iity nml Mr. liootli.
In l.ovo The Peacemaker.
The Maid ot Saragossa.
I)uet-"Coine Mav witli All Thy l'lowers"
Miss Dale and Mr. Wakefield.
Aulil Uoliln Grey.
Diict-Serentule from "Cox and Hux".
Mr. Manning and Dr. South.
Columbus at the Court of I-abella.
Song "Lieti Sigiinr" Meyerbeer
Pygmalion and dalatea.
Tickets will bo on salo at L. J.
Levey's on Wednesday and Thurs
day mornings at the usual prices.
The Iioprosy Commission.
It is stated that tho Leprosy Com
mission which recently visited India
has come to tho conclusion that
leprosy is a disease mii ijeneris; that
it is not a form of S3'philis or tuber
culosis, but has striking etiological
analogies with tho latter; that it is
not diffused by horcditnry transmis
sion; that, though on a scientific
classification of diseases it must bo
regarded as both contagious and in
oculablo, tho oxtent to which it is
propagated by theso means is exceed
ingly small; that it is not directly
originated by tho uso of any parti
cular article of food or by any cli
matic or telluric conditions, or by
unsanitary surroundings, though it
is indirectly inlluoncod by poverty,
bad food, and insanitatiou; that it
originates ie rcoeo from a sequence
ol causes and conditions rolated to
each other in ways imperfectly
known. It is added, however, that
the Leprosy Investigation Commit
tee, by which tho Commission was
appointed, disagree with the state
ment that tho extent to which lepro
sy is propagated by contagion and
inoculation is exceedingly small, as
well as with tho view that leprosy
originates du novo from a 113' sequence
of mysterious or unknown causes
aud conditions; aud the Committee
further is unable to accept the idea
that segregation in any caso of lepro
sy in India is either impracticable or
undesirable. Tho important under
lying question, therefore, seoms al
most as far from settlement as ever.
H'mniiiyhtiM Daily J'onl.
While Mr. T. J.Kiehoy, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling in Kansas ho was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
got some medicine and the druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
few doses cured him completely
It is made for bowel complaint and
nothing olso. It uevor fails. For
salo bv all dealors, lieusoii. Smith A:
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
"I have for many years been a great sufferer
from BCIIOFUI.A breaking out on my armj
andlCRaj they were covered Willi eniptlon and
sores, tlUclmrglni: all tlio time. I tiled very
many medicines and eousuHed physicians far
and near, but couMnmly qtcw worac. I
liavo taken but three bottles of Hood's Sarsapa-
Hood's : . Cures
rilla for rheumatism, and has dei Ived so much
benefit from It that sho declares tlicio is no
other nieitlchio on earth. Wo Mould not bo
wltlioutltln the house Itlt costs $'Jt) a bottle."
T. Vaiiley Johnson, San Jose, Cut.
N. 1!. Bo sure to get Hood's S iriaparllla.
Hood's PillDact easily. jcl promptly and
efficiently, on the Uvor and bowels. 25c.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaillei
Light and Dark Ground Klleets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTOX CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Dlue, Cardinal and Hlack;
FINK K1GUUKI) MUSMNS IN NKW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Hrocadeil .v. Plain Chamhrics,
Kitlcr-down in Pink, Cream ami Haby
Polku Dot Muslins,
A COMPI.KTK ASSORTMENT OK'
Figured Irish Lawns.
In Plaids, Clieolcs and. Stripes.
C&- Come and see tho White Goods uc nrc belling nt 7, (J and 5 yards for $1. -93i
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
TIIUKSTOK, Ministor at Washington.
AVILDER, Consul at San Francisco.
As I like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will be known as the
DRY GOODS STORE
JL e !aA 9
OFFERS A UN'F, OF
TRUNKS . AND .'. VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
The underMgneil are prepared lo give in
tending Tourists tho advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
IN CONNECTION WITH THE 8TEA.M
EltS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San Francisco
AND T-I IE
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Ot" To-w Zealand:
g.W Further particulars may ho hud
Popular werman Dry Goods Store,
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
. :f ehlbrs & 00.
89 PORT STRHET.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
ui nuiiiu iiiuuiuuu) illlll unu uiurjini.
'coniinuiulotl Cliuinhurlniii'fl Colic, I iT n imiTIVT O NA
Iholnra and Diarrkci'ii Jtoinudy m i tyi ' ) ,t H
iyhly ho concluded to try it. 1 V Ij 1 VV (V I I
jmiH was iininudiato iclinf, and a ' "HI U Jit If Jll U JJt
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED-.! m-t suitahlc for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE -GREAT NOVELTIES
Silltaline and "Villa Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
tS Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. .S3
JUST ARRIVED1 toilet
i-rri'utril at Hie
neittly (mil iromilly
GERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO DO
General Hou-iiHorU, Annlv
IN RE MEOHANICS BENEFIT
YT Iti'iiellt Union, a
tnhliidied under the l.uwx of the Hawaiian
Island", litis ptiiMiaiit to the law In such
uim's Hindu and liiovided, duly llled at the
oilli'e of the MluNter of the Interior, 11
Petition for the l)l-iilutlou of the Mild
Corporation, together with a eeitllleale
thereto iiuiiuM'(i, as reipiired hy law; now
Nulled is liiirchy given to any and nil
peri-out who have' lieim or nru now Inter
eiliil In any manner wliuli-ouver in the
Mid Corporation, lluii ohjeetions to the
grunting of lliexaid 1'olltiou must he tiled
iiitliuulllfo of the uinlerxlglied on or be
fore WEDNESDAY, Hi" Jlthdayof May,
I Ml l, and that an) perMJii or poii-onsilo-dr-iug
10 ho heaid thiTi-oii, must lie in ul
telidiliieii lit tliu ulllru nf the uuileridgllfd
lu Alllolanl HiiIk, Honolulu, 111 lOnVlindc
, m. ofi-iiid dii. lo liow run mi why mid
IVtllloiit-liould not he graiilea.
.1 . A . MM.
MlnlMurof the Interior.
Interior Otlk-e, .March 'M, Ib'JJ,
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
' ' AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Hill TIIK AlHIVi: I'Olll ON
Wednesday, May 24th,
The uiidurilu'iii'd are now nrenared tu
Nue Through TleKeiH from thU eli to nil
points in the Dulled .Statu-.
For further particulars regarding Freight
or J'as-age iippl to
, Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
7SWII General Agents.
Daily llidlilin, SO cent n vumtlt,
PER DARK "C. D. HRYANT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
in mi: i.An:sT I'Anr.iiNs.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the bitot Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
si oriuui --
FOR HALE IIY
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King street, oppo. Castle Cooke.
" nsr hi s: T !
SHAYING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
T Till: -
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
Stores on Nuuauu Street
tu 1 1 in Street.
lteietauia Street $'.'.') er
Heretauia Street t'M per
Heretauia Street, opposite
Fish Ponds on
the road to Waikiki.
Hoiis-e and ixit on Heretauia Mreet near
Peiifiieola. Lot 'JOO feet frontage and
1 10 feet Ueuii.
Aleo, a Valuable Hioek of Uriek iluild
ings. in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Salo.
COTTAGE TO LET.
I'O LET ON
XX. I'unehhowl Ktrret,
near ljueeii'n Hospital; Six
ID Nuuauu st., Hoot & Shoe more.
(Next dour to Morgau'ii uueilou roinii)
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
A SPECIAL MEETING OKTHE MEM
hurt of the Hiiwiiiian Joekev Uiuh
will ho held on SATURDAY, Mav ;,7th, ut
loo'elock a. iu at the ollleeof CO. Herger
for tho puriio-e of eoiudderim; the ailvisa.
illity of holdliiK the inees on Kumehaine.
COMPANY HAS LKAKKI)
the riee nlaiitatlon from L. Akau.
formerly knmviiiiH YeeTal Wai Compnuv,
at Walaluu, with till the enttle, water
rlghtH, tool, ete., for the term of nix vearn
from April U, I Ml I. to July. 1MW. ut the rate
in rum n year. Jiereailer muii
pauy will not he ruapoindhle for anv debts
owing ny co lai Will and Mee Till Wal.
MAN LEE COMPANY.
Honolulu, Muy 11), ib'JJ. TM-lw