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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PltOM AND AFTER OCTOBKlt 1. IBM.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1893.
TnuusnAV, May 25.
Stmr Ircljua from Hatnakua
Tiidiiiuay, Jlny 25.
Stmr Polo for Mukawell at 4 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am sch Transit, Jurgenscn, for San Fran
cisco Stmr W O Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Lehua 1500 bags sugar.
Vessels in Port.
UBS Adams, Nelson, from San Francisco
HUMS Hyuuintlio from Esipiimalt
USS Boston, Day, from Hilo
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bk Albert, Winding;, from San Fran
cisco Am 4-mstd sclir Transit, Jorgcnscn, from
.Am brgtne W G Irwin, Johnson, from San
Am bk C 1) Bryant, .Tacobscn, from San
Br bk Gainsborough, McPhail, from New
castle, N S W
Am 4-mastcd achr Lyman D Foster, Drecyr,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Newcastle, NSW
Br sh Greta, Garland, from Newcastle
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
H B M S Temerairo from Kngland
C P S S Miowera from Sydney, due Mnv 25
S S Monowai, Carey, from San FranefVco,
due June 1
S S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonies,
duo June 1
S S Monowai, Caroy, from San Francisco,
due June 1.
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Am schr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, duu
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, from San
Francisco, duo May 2!i.
Am bktno Discovery, McNeill, from San
Francisco, due May 31.
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, from San
Francisco, due May 31.
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, duo July
Bk Koutenbeck from Newcastle, due May
Bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, due June
Bk Lamornn, fioni Newcastle, N S W,
Fr friEato DuchofTault from San Francisco,
due May 15-20
Ger bk J C Pflugor, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Sept 1-15 " r
The wharves are packed with sugar
The steamer Pele will leave this after
noon for Makaweli with a cargo of coal.
The steamer V. G. Hall will leave for
windward ports as usual to-morrow morn
ing. The British bark Gainsborough com
menced taking in sugar cargo yesterday
for the Coast. The bark was gaily decor
ated yesterday, with the Hawaiian flag at
the peak of the foremast.
FOR THE LIBRARY.
Tableaux Vivants and Music at the
A series of historic, artistic and
dramatic tableaux vivants prepared
by ladies aud gentlemen of Hono
lulu will bo given at the Opera
House on Thursday evening, May
25, at half-past 7 o'clock, for the
benefit of the Honolulu Library and
Reading Room Association.
The following program will bo
A Picture Gallory.
Song "The Carnival" Jlolloy
The Song of tho Now York Newsboytf. .
Cleopatra and Her Maids.
Quartette 'Sweet and Low" , . . Barnby
Mrs. Tonnoy, Miss von Holt, Mr.
Manning and Dr. South.
Duet "See tho Palo Moon" . .
Mrs. Paty and Mr. Booth.
In Lovo The Peacemaker.
The Maid of Saragossa,
Duet "Come May with All Thv Flowers"
Miss Dale and Mr. Wakefield.
' Auld Uobiii Grey.
Duet Sorcnado from "Cox and Box".
Mr. Manning and Dr. South.
Columbus at the Court of Rubella.
Song "Lieti Siuiior" Meyerbeer
Pygmalion and Galatea,
Tickots will bo on sale at L. J.
Levey's on "Wedno&day and Thurs
day mornings at tho usual prices.
While Mr. T. J. Riohoy, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling in Kansas ho was
taken violontly ill with cholera mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
got some medicine and tho druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy m
highly ho concluded to try it. Tho
result was immediate relief, aud a
fow doses cured him completely.
It is made for bowel complaint ami
nothing olso. It uovor fails, l-'or
tsalo by all dealers. JJoiimih, Smith At
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Fine Job Printing ut the Bulletin Ojjke,
LOOAIj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Two opium fiends were pulled in
by tho polico last night.
Aloha Lodge, I. O. F., lias its
somi-monthly meeting this evening
at Pythian hall, Fort streot.
Kamohamoha Day, Juno JLlt.Ii, fall
ing on a Sunday, tho following day
will bo observed as a national holi
day. On Saturday. 27th inst., Jas. F.
Morgan will soil the balalico of Mrs.
Thos. Lack's stock-in-trade, store
W. II. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at the Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Tliu olllcor who was assaulted by
a mob of Chinamen at Waiehu,
Maui, last week, was Charles Long,
and not Henri.
Two native boys woro soundly
reprimanded by Magistrate Foster
in tho District Court this morning
for playing hokey.
Tho two Portuguese, A. Martin
and J. Silva, who woro arrested in
connection with tho Kalihi opium,
havo been discharged. -
Captain Max Schlommor was
photographed uptown tho other day
dressed in his now uniform. Max
looked ninuly and handsomo.
J. L. Kaulukou had J. Burke,
manager of tho notorious Bay View
Resort, arrested this morning for as
saulting his young Chinese cook.
Men of H. B. M. S. Hyacinth
challenged men of the U. S. F. S.
Boston to row, livo oars to six, but
tho challongo has not been accepted.
Tho P. G. band will play at Makeo
Island, Kapiolam Park, this evening.
It played at Thomas Square yester
day evening and was listened to hy
a fairly good crowd.
Tho Crescents aud Kamohamoha
ball teams will meet on the diamond
on Tuesday next, Decoration Day.
All government, ollicials will bo given
auothor half holiday.
Tho Honolulu public should
heartily respond to tho minstrel en
tertainment at tho Opora Houso on
Tuesday evening, as the proceeds
will bo donated to benevolent ob
jects. Remember tho tabloaux at the
Opora Houso this evening, with a
delightful concert in tho bargain.
Peepers at some of the rehearsals
say tho tableaux havo never been
surpassed in Honolulu.
A goodly uuinbor of strangers
arrived in tho steerage on tho last
steamer from tho Coast. According
to a gentleman, who is well vorsod
in reading character, souio of thorn
aro "pretty hard nuts.
Tho six native hula dancers who
loft for the Coast ou tho S. S. Aus
tralia yesterday am to receive 10 a
week and found. The change in the
contract was made after tho Bt'U.Erir
published tho report that thoy wero
only to recoivo ?.l a week.
Tho Boston baseball team has
challenged tho Hyacinth men to a
match. Although tho Britishers
most of them never saw baseball
beforo coming hero, tb.03' havo ac
cepted tho challenge and there's
fun ahead. Tho date is not an
nounced. Tho delegates from the Myrtle
and Healani Boat clubs hold a con
ference j-e.sterdriy to decide on a
dato for tho rowing of tho cham
pionship race, but arrived at no doii
nito conclusion. They intend to got
instructions tit a meeting of the res
Where tho Grub is Richer Guards
Shielding a Criminal.
Richard Stone, tho P. G. guard
who shot a native officer, and was
sentenced to six months' imprison
ment, escaped from tho gang work
ing at Buretania and Punchbowl
streets, on Monthly afternoon. Thoro
woro reports euriont that tho ex
soldior made for tho barracks, where
ho expected to bo takon in by his
confederates. The report seems to
uo true, as a gentleman saw btono
como out of tho barracks gate last
night to go to his wife's residence.
Ho had only takon a fow steps out
sido, hovoor, when an ollicor rushed
out and taking Sloiio by tho arm
led him inside again. Tho observer
continued to watch, and was re
warded with seeing Stone come out
again and go to his houso. Thuro
woro others who saw the jail-breaker,
but, as everybody knows, thoro was
no use going near the barracks.
Thoro aro too many cartridges lyintr
loose around there, aud auothor
thing tho guards might take you
for a spook.
A Monkey Lays a Seafaring Man
U for Ropuirs.
Captain KnIauao,an elderly native,
was badly cut on (ho hack of tho
head at noon to-day. I To was play
ing with Sam. Ledoier's monkey,
outside tho store, at tho corner of
King aud Xiiiiumi streets, tin listing
in his hand aud letting the monkey
liek it. The monkey enjoyed tho
antics of tho captain for a fow
minutes, when all of a sudden, tho
animal lot out a kick. Tho man was
taken unaiwiron and jumped back.
In doing so his head camo in contact
with tho edge of the iron door, creat
ing a gash, about three to four
inches in length, illood flowed from
the wound. Kalaimo was escorted
in a half-fainting condition to t ho
Police Station whom hin wound was
sowed up by Dr. Cooper. After his
wound was dressed ICalauao wont
homo. .Moral; Don't monkey with
A i'Huml wall ih lnuiil nil uvei
Michigan ubuiit ih ecnu-iiy of hinil
Hirli-, duo in a K'('t I'ui'i to Ihuir di
imrtuio fin Hie World's Fair, whole
lug wugco mo ulluroil (hem.
Gonoral Sosslon of tho Councils This
At this afternoon's general session
of tho Executivo and Advisorj' Coun
cils woro prosont: Ministors Dolo
(President), King aud Portor; Coun
cillors Damon (Vico-Prosidont), Ten
1103', Nott, Morgan, Suhr, Medics
noy, Bolto, Hatch. Watorhouso, Em
nioluth, Allen and Brown.
Mr. Hatch from tho Judiciary
Committee reported a now bill to
amend tho Stamp Act. Tho bill
was read a first timo and given tho
President Dolo roportod Attornoy
Genoral Smith to be laid up with
illness. Tho President road tho re
port of the Executivo Council ou a
petition of Portuguese residents,
praying for representation in tho
Government. Thoy recommend that
the prnyor of tho potition bo grant
ed, also that representation bo given
The President road a report from
Col. J. II. Sopor, commanding tho
forces, reporting tho result of tho
recent court martial five moil dis
honorably discharged, ono man dis
missed aud nine ineii sentenced to
pay small fines and havo their loavo
curtailed. Tho commander makes
favorable mention of tho progress
made by Co. A, auxiliarj', undor
Capt. Zieglor, in appoaranoo and
ellioioncy. Ho requests money for
shoes, cannon primers, riilo parts
and white duck, amounting alto
gether to $292.50.
A motion was mado to rofor tho
report to tho military committee
Mr. Bolto said that, as tho amount
requisitioned for foil under Sv)00, ho
would move it bo appropriated with
out roforonco to tho committee.
Mr. Morgan objected. If tho
amount was small, thoro was trouble
beforo about similar small outlays.
President Dolo was undor tho im
pression that tho matter referred to
was allowed to drop. Ho was in
formed that tho black sand covering
tho walks at tho barracks was hard
Mr. Yaterhouso, after a little de
sultory discussion, moved that tho
roport bo referred to tho Military
Committee, which being seconded by
Mr. Morgan carried without dis
sent. President Dolo, referring to treaty
matters considered in special sossiou
tho other daj', said ho had not been
able to give full consideration to a
point referred to him, although ho
had mado some progress with it. Ho
suggested that tho matter of public
lands might bo taken up.
Mr. Damon called attention to
tho silver question. Thoy had S'JOO,
000 Hawaiian silver currency in tho
country. Some peoplo had been in-
quiring of him what would become
of that silver in tho ovontof auuoxa
I tion. Would it bo legal tender or
j have to go out of circulation? Some
thing should bo done to prevent a
I shrinkago of value in this currency
I in case of annexation, if it is not
mentioned in tho treaty under con
sideration. In answer to tho Presi
dent, ho said it was of tho same
standard as tho American silvor cur
rency. President Dolo assonted to tho
importance of tho question and re
commended it for consideration.
Mr. Watorhouso moved tho Coun
cils go into special session. IIo had
a small matter to introduce. Car
ried. Tho reporters gathered up their
notes aud mado themselves invisible.
MERCHANTS' SIGNAL CODE.
F. S. R. Fischer Steel Range, in-
dispensablo in every homo.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
G. B. D. Tho boss pipe, for salo
by Hollistor & Co., Fort
G. R. B. Golden Rule Bazaar, tho
universal provider for tho
H. S. M. Household Sowing Ma
chine, warranted to ruu
smoothly by E. Hoffschlao
gor & Co.
J. D, P. Jarboos Diamond Paint,
unsurpassed for vacuum
pans. W. G. Irwin A; Co.
have got it.
P. G. S. Popular Gorman Store,
headquarters for men's fur
nishing goods, 75 Fort
R. W. W. Royal Worcester Waro
direct from tho factory, to
bo had at T. H. Davios A:
T. O. F. Temple of Fashion, cele
brated for curtains of all
Jury Lots Off a Lawyorlosa Chinoso
Judge Cooper resumed tho hold
ing of Circuit Court tonn this morn
ing. Ah Loy, who was charged with
housebreaking, appeared before tho
bar of jus-tico without a lawyer to
tease tho witnesses against him. Ho
was believed to have broken into a
poi shop. The jury acquitted him
with as little ceremony us possible.
His appearance contradicted his
name, being that of unalloyed satis
faction. Ah Loy will vote for tho
retention of tho jury system whon
his pooulo get the sull'rage.
Tim Court adjourned till !):U()
o'clock to-morrow, when foreign
civil cases will bo called,
III Ihe West I noy have rittite con
ventions ol liii'hliiiidu of gold clubs,
Kiiioi(iiu di'i.irtiirns of f.ii-liiijimlilo
anil Mjci.dly noted New Yorkers are
iih uiimoroiid m if no such lliing us u
Wnild'i. F.iir whs thought of.
I'roiilcnt ( level, md hud the seal of
lioniii, and the ilei-coiiil in! of Ihe
Kii'iil C'hiiMi phi r III" rcciiiid pl.iue,
ut the dudu'iitiiiu nl the Fair.
(J u ihe mil fioiu (Jnio Homy to
ll.illiiiumi the i'iuii-11 Detroit covered
(he ilititiiiii'o, Hit) mili'H, in night ami
a half limn, tho metml ou lucoid
over tliib cuui'jo,
Br. Petoreon'a Sign and Dr. HcGrow's '
Flag Torn Down.
Tho largo American flag which has
boon suspoutlod from tho branches
of two treos, in front of Dr. J. S.
McGrow's residonco on llotol streot,
since tho arrival of lion. J. H.
Blount, was pulled down by two
foreigners some timo between 12
and 1 o'clock last night. Tho inoii
then wont noxt door and look down
Dr. C. A. Peterson's shingle. Both
articles woro takon up Union street
and hung ou Mr. Monsai rat's fonco,
where thoy worer found this morn
ing. Tho mon woro seen carrying
tho ilag and sign by two men Phi
lip ami Clark. Mrs. MeGrow states
that she hoard men talking in native
in tho yard. Tho poor native royal
ists would havo had to shoulder tho
blame had not tho two white mon
boon seon carrying tho things.
Whou Dr. MeGrow heard of the
outrago ho iminodiatoly olTercd a re
ward of $25 for tho apprehension of
tho guilty partios. Tho ilag is liter
ally dostro3-cd, only the two ends
and a fow stars remaining of tho
ouco beautiful ensign.
A stranger named Edward Farmer,
who resembled ono of the men seen
carrying tho articles, according to
tho description of tho observers, was
arrested this morning. On being
iutorrogatedbj Marshal Hitchcock
as to whore ho was between 12 and 1
o'clock, ho stated that ho was in
his bed. Farmer called in a friend
who testified to having knowledge
of tho voracity of tho statoinent.
Tho man was released.
Tho crickot match yesterday be
tween H. M. S. Hyacinth and tho
Honolulu Crickot Club resulted after
a pleasant game in tho victory for
tho formor by 20 runs. Tho princi
pal features of tho match woro tho
lino all rouud playing' of Dr. South
for tho Hyacinths and tho bowling
of Hatfiold for tho H. C. C. Tho
thanks of both teams aro extended
to Professor Hosnier for his kindness
in loaning tho Punahou grounds.
Appended is tho score:
11. M. K. IIVU'INTII.
Baker b Lishman 11
Sarratt run out. .. 1
Humphreys lj Hat
South h Hatfield LD
Manning 1. b. w.
h Hatfield 1
Preston h Hatfield 4
Stileman h Irish
Fairer h Hatfield. 0
Chadwick b Hat
Horner b Hatfield 1
Hooking not out 0
I) Hatfield 0
e Wcstbrook b
b Hatfield 4
b Irishman 0
b Hatfield 0
e Howott h Irish
o I.iiOiuinn . . .
h Hat Held
e P. lribhiiian
e Hatfield . .
nnNul.i'M' c. c.
Hewett It South. 7
phrey b South 4
Hutliefd h Plan
T Irishman b South .!
HuriiMde I) South 0
Kiteat b South . u
Auerbaeli b -Man-
e Stileman b Man
ning o- Fuitur b Man-
b Manning . . .
li .M tinning
e Si nit li Ti
lling . .
Irightioot not out 2
Atlfhitim rt. KHIn.
man b Manning 0 not out
V Irishman cand b
There is nothing'I havo over used
for muscular rheumatism that gives
mo as much relief as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm does. I have been using
it for about two 3-ears four bottles
in all as occasion required, and al
ways keep a bottlo of it in my homo.
1 boliovo I know a good thing when
I get hold of it, and 1'ain Balm is
tho best liniment I have over mot
with. W. B. Denny, dairyman, Now
Lexington, Ohio. 50 cent bottles
for salo by all dealers. Benson,
bniith Ac Co,
agents for the Hawai-
Ir. J. I.ovoy.
On Tuesday Evening, May 30th,
And Saturday Evening, June 3d.
WILIr III! IMIKMEMHII A
Grand Minstrel & Variety Entertainment
Uv Men from tho U. S. S. "Adam-." and
H. 11. M. S. "Hjaelntli," agisted
by Mime of tho
New -:-City- Minstrels
IN AID OF Till. -
AMERICAN KEIrlEK FUND,
UltlTISH UENBVOIrUNT FUND,
KAl'IOIrAM HOME FUND.
A First-class Miitcrtaliiini'iit.
I'm from Vulgarity.
A CIRCLE OF SEVENTEEN
IX GENUINE MINSTItEI.SY.
Plantation -Songs and Sketches 1
Irish Charaetcr, Mali' anil Foiuule
Jubilee Part Songs !
ll- Hex I'liin at f J. Levey's -m
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
IIccuiiiiiioiiiUmI njn.-ul.tlly by ComiiiiIh
bioner of Agiii'illture
For Trees Affected by Blight,
roil sai.i: hy
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Alil.ll.MAN WOMAN WANTS TO DO
(k'lierul lIuuMjivork. Apulv
TAMw UUltMAN CO.NyUL.ATi:.
Quick Rollof and Porfoct Curo
Sir. O. B. Patricia
"I wis so badly afflicted with sclntlo rheuma
tism that 1 could scared? more. I used a great
many remedies which did me no good. A frlond
presented me a bottlo of Hood's Sarsnimrllla,
which I began to take. Tlio relief was quick
and two bottles cured mo completely. 1 author.
Ize the use ot my name and portrait In recom
mending Hood's Snrsujiartlla, lor I think It a
very valuablo medicine. I recommend It to alt
who may be a filleted with rheumatism or old
Hood's bh& Cures
fOTer sores, as I know of a ludy In Oakland who
has been cured of ulcers by thin wonderful med
icine." C. 11. Patiuck, No. 3115 California St.,
Stockton. California. Ciet HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on tliu liver and bowcU. 2Gc
vmrw ,f h
Tho undersigned aro prepared to give in
tending Tourisit-i the advantago of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
IN CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
ERS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of San Francisco
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of Mew Zealand.
Further particulars may ho had
To Lot or Iroaso.
ONE IHrOC'K FltOM IK
retauia Ktrcut earn, a
Cool and Convenient t'ot
tauo of Six (loom. Irareo
hot. Stahle and Clneken Iloii'.o. Applv to
I.. 1. III.'VTIIIV'
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'n Htore.
TO LET OR LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
X 1-V KIiik Htri'ot, lately
(H'tmpied h) Mr. M.S. I-evy,
lor, Hiniug-room, Kitchen ami llatliroom;
Stahle in yard ; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, applv to
(113-tf at E. O. Hull A: hons'.
rpiIE TWO I'lECICS OF
JL Property with the
Uuildliigs thereon, Minuted
ou Klinr Ktreet. iiml at lire-
hem occupied oy .nuisrs. n. .owiciu unci
J. Dotting, both liofug opposite the reci
ilenee of .1. It, Atliertiiu; each of tlm-ii pre
nilbo.s aro lirlnniiiK in an annual icutal of
5j.il), ami u linn opportunity is hereby
oH'ored auino who in de-iroitsiif uwiiiui;
a nice eomfurtul'le home in u i;oocl loca
lity within a feu minutes' wall, of our
town. For terniH apply to
Ur.Mf JOIfN F. COI.IHTUN.
'vrirWHOlIbK OK FIVE
1 rooms, on Mugacino
strei'l. with ll.ilhiooiu, pat
ent W. V.. etc. 1'oiuuiaudn
one of tluiliui'st vlewk in Honolulu. Apply
tii (I77.tfj J. M. VIVAS.
The Jtuily ihtllctin it drtlwrtd by
carrier for 60 cent pur month,
N. S. SACHS
104 Port Streot, Honolulu,
dimmer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
I.lt'htnnd Dark Ground Eireets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLOllS COTTON CKAPB
In Pink, Cream, Light lllue, Cardinal and Black;
FINE FIOUUED MU8MNS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch GingliaiiH, Urooadcd - Plain Chnmhrios,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and llahy lllue,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
In FlEticis, Olaoolts and Stripes.
I'tt- Come and see the White Goods wo are selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1. -"V
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
THURSTON, Minister at Washington.
WILDER, 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
3VE- S- HJETVTr
OKFKKS A IrlXK OF
TRUNKS . AND .'. VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, "Npcktion, Iluth,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
The ropular tbrerinan Dry Goods Store,
75"FORT. STREET 75
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. IF EHLERS 3c CO.
S3 PORT STREJEJI1.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IX OKEAT VARIETY
INDIA niJUTY IN WIIITK and COI.OHED-.Iust Miitahle for this elimate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO I'ONOEE-GUEAT NOVELTIES
Si.lk.alin and. "Villa Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
Z3T Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. JEZ
l'EK HAKK. "('. I). HltYANT"
OF ALU STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN Till! I.VTBMT I'rITTKIINH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the Litest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Cefcyi'd Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
fou ham: hy
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King ctreet, oppo. C'astlo A Couko.
" 3ST E 2C T !
! SHAVING, HAIR CU1T1NG & SHAMPOOING
- t Tin:
A..M ni r.1 ni n i
Oueen Street Shaving Parnrs
yuuim uiivjui UIIUIIU5 iuUUlO
(Next door to Mowui's auction room)
1 Cottage on Wilder Avenue.
1 Cottat'o ou lSeretnnia Street $25 per
1 Cottngc on Beretunln Street JiO per
1 Cottage on Fort Street.
1 Cottaeeon lleretania Street, opmisito
:i Stores on Nuuann Street, near Bere-
11 IluildiiiK Loin nml 3 Flnh Ponds on
the road to Waikikl.
House and Irot on lleretania street near
Pentaeola. Un LIXl feet frontaEe aud
1 10 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable llloek of llrlok Build
ings in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Salo.
. , O. E. HOAKDMAN,
COTTAGE TO LET.
AOOTTAOK TO LET ON
near Queen's Hospital: blx
Itooms. Bent 1B. Aimlv
to 1. Am .vii
13 Nuuanu st Boot & Shoe atoro.
HAWAIIAN JOOKEX OLUB.
A SPECIAL MKKTINQ OF THE MEM-
.7: i ,)l!r", ,of tm' "waiiau Jockey Club
will be held on BATUKDAY, May 27th, at
lOo'eloeku. in., at the oIllceofC.O.Berger
for tliu I'UriKjso of considering the advha
bill y of liolding.tlio raees on Kauieliaine
' Iy. THE COMMITTEE.
JiPL'-SJl.J ll iffll
"... V """""u l ' "i company,
' at Waialua, with all tho cuttle, wulur
j'k'i. '. . wn ten., of x ywn
from Ai.rllli, 1MU. loJulv, IMUl.utthorate
of llloua )uar. Heruafler ilan 10 Com.
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ottluglo eu lal Wiiluml MeeTu Wal.
MAN 1.IJIJ COMl'ANY.
Honolulu, .luy It), IWJ. 7ai-lv