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OAHU RAILWAYED LAND GO,
PROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 181)2.
A.M. A.M. P.M. T.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:16 HM 1:. I::i3f
Arrive Honouliull.7:'JO 0:57 2:57 5:.'i5t
LcavolIonoulliill..7:R0 10:13 3:13 5:l2t
Arrlvo Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55 (ItOOf
l'KAitii City Local.
Leave Honolulu 5:t0 ....
Arrlvo Pearl Citv G:43 ....
Leave Pearl Clty..o,:r5
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
8 Saturdays oxecptod.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1893.
FridaYi May '.'0
Btmr lwalani from Kauai
Friday, May as.
Maul and Hawaii at 10
Btmr W G Hall for
Bchr Liholiho for Kauai
Vessels Loavlng Monday.
Am sell Transit, Jorgonscn
for San Fran-
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stinr lwalani 1273 bags sugar.
From Kauai, per stmr lwalani, May '26
A J Campbell, Mrs M Makaila and 5 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W O
Hall, May 26-W A Baldwin, Mrs D D
lialdwin, Miss May Baldwin, Miss M
"Bailey, Miss Blanche C'ornwoll, Lot H
Lane, J Macliado, A Granberg, J Moimr
rat, Mrs Giliillan, F M Hatch, A B Friel, L
Touissalnt, J Richardson, Ah Moy and 30
' The schooner Liholilio left this afternoon
for Kauai with coal.
The steamer lwalani arrived from Kanai
this morning with a cargo of sugar for tho
barkentine S. N. Castle.
The sloop Waianao
near the Fish Market.
is being .recaulked
The steamer Like-
like is also undergoing a general overhaul
ing at cno samo piace.
The schooner Transit had not cleared at
the Custom House late at 3 o'clock this
afternoon, consequently her departure may
be delayed until to-morrow. The schooner
is moored to the can buoy in the stream.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may be found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
At a mooting of tho Board of Edu
cation this morning, it was decided
to build a schoolhouso and teacher's
cottage at Kilauea, Kauai.
Col. Macfarlano received by last
mail a lotter stating that His Grace
tho Duko of Newcastle, with his
valot, and an English travelling
companion, Mr. Gambler Bolton,
would arrive on tho Alameda next
month. A special suite of rooms
has been reserved for tho distin
guished party at tho Hawaiian
Hotel. The Duko will probably
visit tho Volcano.
A Rifle Shot in tho Police Station
Prod. Blackburn, ouo of tho P. G.
specials engaged in watching tho
Police Station in tho roar of tho
Deputy Marshal's oflice,croatod quite
a stir last night. Ho was "monkey
ing" with a loaded riflo whou tho
thing went off. Tho bullet struck
an old sword at the farther end of
tho hall and glanced off hitting tho
wall, and falling back on tho lloor.
Blackburn had prior to tho occur
rence told several pooplo that ho
knew tho ins and outs of a riflo and
nobody could toll him anything
about it. Perhaps tho patriotic
"bishop" was talking about an un
A MIDNIGHT STEAL.
Only Car Faro and Cigars, No Docu
ments. Tho frontdoor of Mr. Chr. Gertz's
shoo store on Fort street was found
open, about 12 o'clock last night, by
a police ofllcor, who closed it. Mr.
Gortz was notified this morning of
tho fact, whon ho made investiga
tions. Throo boxes of cigars woro
missing, also some small change he
had loft in tho drawer, Tho store
must havo boon entered before tho
open door wns found by tho bobby.
Mr. Gortz shut tho door last night
but forgot to lock it. Tho police
havo no cluo as to tho porpotrator of
the midnight steal.
All Aboard for the Picnic.
Tho Pacific Whoelinon's picnio at
Romond Grove to-morrow evening,
promises to bo a delightful affair.
The Quintet club will bo in atten
dance to enliven tho occasion with
its fino music. As tho proceeds aro
to bo used iu completing tho whoel
mon'a track at Pearl City, tho public
should malto a hearty response iu
aid of tho boys. Trains will leave
tho Honolulu dejiot at 7 and 8
o'clock iu tho evening, returning at
10 and 11 o'clock.
Tho Harmony Kuritiiy of Heaver,
Piiiiu., aiuotiK Ihe Hint to opeiutii n
miuucoufiil bilk iiitlimlry in the Uniiiil
Htatc'8, Iiiih hunt in tint WoiIiI'h Fair
an exhibit of dreg bilkn uiuiiufuuturcil
bixty yearn uo.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Roitiond Orovo oxcursion to-mor-rdw
Hon. S. M. Damon is to bo tho
now Minister of Finniu'o.
Nino cho fa gnniostors woro ar
rested at Amvaioliinu tliis morning.
Jonathan Shaw lias hcon gazuttod
as Tax Assessor and Collector for
Govornmont pay da3 has boon
changed back to tlio last day of tho
Tho gross proceeds of tho bonolit
to tho Honolulu Library last night
Tlioro worn no passengers for tho
Volcano by tho stoanior G. Hall
Goo. C. Stratenioyor is oflioially
announced as Customs Storekeeper
Avoid tho rush ami call in early
for a shave at tho Queen street
No successor to Mr. Potter as
clork in tho Education ollico has
yot boon appointed.
Geo. O. Potter has boon appointed
aide-do-camp to President Dole with
tho rank of major.
Tho Palaco Tco Cream Parlors
woro sold to-day by J. V. Morgan to
Mr. Atwood for .?SSr.
Ambrose Piieicc, tho California
journalist, was lately arrested for
criminal libol and hold in $1000 bail.
A fino pieco of coiTeo land will bo
sold at Lovev's auction rooms to
morrow (Saturday) at 1'2 o'clock
Mr. Jno. Ena took a number of
his friends out in his new yacht this
afternoon. Tho yacht sails splen
didly. Allen fc Robinson havo just re
ceived a frosh lot of thn celebrated
Departure Bay coal. It is the best
kind for family use.
A couple of specimens of Irish
potatoes yrowu by E. W. Barnard at
Laupnhoohoe is on exhibition in tho
Hawaiian Nows Co.'s window.
Bear in mind tho salo of guns,
t3-povrilor?, etc., at Mrs. Thomas
Lack's store on Fort street to-morrow
(Saturday) at 10 o'clock a. m.
Tho Kamohainehas and llawaiis
will play tho next game in tho
League series to-morrow afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. Fino playing is an
ticipated. Tho dredgo has suspended oper
ations for a few days, to allow the
machinery to bo overhauled. Tho
work of dredging tho harbor near
tho Pacific Mail wharf is about com
pleted. The valuable properties belonging
to Goo. N. Shaw, situated on Maui
and in Honolulu, will bo offered for
salo at Jas, F. Morgan's auction
rooms, to-morrow (Saturday) at 12
Members of tho Hawaiian Jockoy
Club moot at tho ollico of Mr. C. O.
Borger to-morrow, Saturday, at 10
o'clock a. in., for tho purpose of dis
cussing tho advisability of holding
races on Knmohanioha Day.
Mrs. Atwood has ro-opoued tho
Palaco Ice Cream parlors oti Hotel
street, and is prepared to furnish
sweets to tho satisfaction of tho
most fastidious. Give tho Palaco
parlors a trial and bo convinced.
Private Vincent J. Lawton is re
reported as a dciorlor from the U.
S. cruiser Boston, and a reward of
SIO is offered by Captain Day for his
capture. Antoino Cloys is also
missing from tho schoonor Transit.
On account of intending depart
ure, tho choice assortment of furni
turo belonging to Mr. W. S. Uartlott,
Hotel street, will bo auctioned off
by Jas. F. Morgan on Wednesday,
May 31st. A li-t of tho furniture
appears in this i.vMio.
As reported in tho Bcllutin a
young Portuguese lad was to bo ar
rested on a criminal charge pioforrod
by tho father of Miss Mary Estrolla.
1 ho day after the warrant was issued
tho lad and la-sio woro married.
Mary is about sixteen years of age.
Dospito the dull times, II. Hack
fold it Co. continue to receivo largo
additions to their extensive stock of
merchandise in their huge ware
houses they Keep on hand ovnry-
tinng needed tor plantation or fam
ily use. Stud' their advertisement,
it will repay you.
The annual mooting of tho Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society
for tho election of ollicors, the read
ing of annual toports and the presi
dent's address will bo held at tho
residence of Hon. S. 13. Dole to-mor
row evening, Saturday, May 27th, at j
:;iu o'clocK. a inn attendance oi
moinbors is desired.
Mr. Percy Gardiner is all smiles
to-day. Ho has recehed his certifi
cate, signed by Capt. May and Lieut.
Humphreys of 11. M. S. Hyacinth,
of competency as f-eeond ollicur of a
r.ll'iilim f r. ill, r i-l.i,,.,,. Llnfiliwii All
r,. t3win .,... .... rc,.... ... . .....
inorV certificate states that ho
passed "good" in navigation
"very good" iu seamanship.
A largo party was given at tho
residence of Mr. Funnel), at Puua
luu, Kau, on Saturday ovoning, May
Will, iu honor of .Mrs'. F. W. Fuller
and Mis.s Annie Fcuucll, who de
parted on tho last steamer for tho
Coast. Nearly everybody iu Kau
was thoro and the party went off
nicely, ovoryono enjoying them
selves. Soap made by the Hawaiian Soap
Company is guaranteed to contain
pure ingredient. I Hero is no way
hhoil oi' niiulsis to iiRi-iMlaiii whalj
lias l'uiio into iuiiioi'IciI soan. When
a iuio .soap matin in I ho country
ciiii bit obtained al as low a prico an
tho um'ttrtaiii ailii'lo finm abroad,
llii'ii tin duy.s of iiuiiorlml hoap
must hit nuuiiji'ivii. i aunt is no
liioio muni of foioiyu Minp tlian of
Opora Houso Crowded to tho Walls.
Every stationary seat and all tho
chairs that cotdd bo stuck into tho
side and back passages of tho Opora
Houso woro occupied last night, be
sides which many pooplo including
ladies and elderly gontlomou woro
left standing along tho walls. Tho
occasion was a bonolit given by a
largo company of ladies, gontlomen
and children to tho Honolulu Libra
ry and Reading Room Association.
Well was the audionco rowarded for
its attendance. Thoro was not a dull
number on tho program. Tho fre
quent applause was fully deserved.
A Tories of tableaux, intorsporsed
with high class vocal and instrumen
tal music, constituted tho entertain
ment, which lasted over two hours.
Following is a list of tho tableaux
with tho casts of characters:
A ricTcnn qalleky.
Representing Ophelia Miss Neu
mann. Princoss Louiso Mrs. E. A. Jonos.
Meditation Miss Clara Fuller.
Blind Lydia Miss Ward.
Room for Two Miss Widdifiold
and Mr. Potter.
Pandora Miss Gertrude Johnson.
Fortuno Teller Miss Jonos and
Sultan's Favorite Miss Hassin-Bor-
Story Ever Now Miss Glado and
The Chaso Miss Atkinson and
Day Dreams Miss Cornwall.
Cleopatra Miss Eva Parkor.
Slave Miss Fanning.
Maids Missus Kamakeo Cummins,
liolon 1'arKor and Wiuomaun.
Mrs. F. Winter and Mrs. C. B.
IN LOVE THE PEACEMAKER.
Mr. Gunn and Miss Cornwoll, Mrs.
COLUM11US AT THE COURT OF ISABELLA.
Columbus Mr. II. von Holt.
Quoeu Isabella Mrs. II. von Holt.
Ladies-in-Waiting Miss Maysio
Atkinson, Misses Flora and Clara
Pago Little Miss Glade.
Retainers Dr. South, J. Atkinson,
and Harry Mist.
Friar Mr. Manning.
PYOMALION AND OALATEA.
Tho Sculptor Dr. Cooper.
Tho Statue Miss Widdifiold.
Sooxcolleut woro tho various pro
ductions in richness of costume,
stage settings and posing of tho
characters, that it would bo invidious
to single out any tableau for special
praise. Probably, however, tho
"Pioturo Gallery" was tho prettiest
scene, while "Columbus at tho Court
of Isabella" was tho most magnifi
cent. "Cleopatra" was conceded,
however, to bo tho mastorpioco in
refined oleganco. Tho most dillioult
character to sustain was that of
"Galatea," as it required moro than
ordinary nerve to maintain the difli
cult postures, but Miss Widdifiold
carried it out. with charming grace.
Iu tho matter of stylo sho divides
the honors among critics with Miss
Parkor as "Cleopatra." Among thoso
who arrrnged tho tableaux may bo
mentioned Mrs. Widdifiold for the
"Picture Gallon-," Miss Parko for
"In Love," Mrs. F. W. Macfarlano
Mrs. C. O. Borger for "Cleopatra,"
and Mr. A. Hutchinson, sculptor, for
"Pygmalion and Galatea."
Iii all tho pauses tho Hawaiian
Quintet Club played fino orchestral
music, besides giving accompani
ments and a special number. Mr.
Manning of H. 13. M. S. Hyacinth
captured tho wholo musical town iu
several appearances. Tho compara
tive few who had enjoyed his rich
tenor and clear enunciation on pre
vious occasions woro not disappoint
ed. His first was a solo, "Tho Carni
val," for which ho was loudly on
cored. Nothing in tho wholo entertain
ment tickled tho audionco so much
as tho song and chorus, "Tho Now
York Newsboys," which, under tho
direction of Miss Helen Judd, was
rendered by tho following named
childion: Harold Dillingham, Mari
an Dillingham, Sophie Judd, Char
lie Judd, George Fuller, Gertrude
Brown, Georgo Brown, Seymour
Hall, Edwin Hall, George Cooko,
Albert Watorhouso, Robert Mist
and Gerrott J udd. Thoy camo burst
ing on tho stage, clad iu tho guiso
ot metropolitan tatterdemalions,
and paraded in lino and in column,
up and down and from side to side,
as 1 hoy sang a rattling lay.
Tho quartet, "Sweet and Low,"
was delightfully rendered by Mrs.
ieiiney, .Miss von Holt, Mr. Alaniitii
and Di. South, R. N. Mrs. Paty and
Mr. Booth sang, "See the Palo
Moon," to heart ' applause, another
agreeable duet was given by Mrs.
13. C. Damon and Miss Dalo, and Mr.
.Manning and Dr. South produced
mirth with tho soronado from "Box
and Cox," responding to an encore.
"Auld Robin Gray," duot and panto
nine, made ono of tho hits. The
singers, behind the scouos, woro Mrs.
Teiinoy and Mr. Manning, while tho
pantomimists wore: Auld Room, Air.
11-1- I)....-. .1 .P .!
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j j; Hum UlLSlllln, ill H1U
. the 7Hth Hitrhlandors:
Albert Jutld; Jcanic, Miss lCvolyu
Dexter; Father and Mother, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A, Jones.
Miss Dale brought the musical
t-eries to a close in tho solo, "Lioti
Siguor," compelling an encore iu
spito of the lateness, to which she
responded with a lino rendering of
"Comin' through the rye."
Tlioro iiuUiiiitf I lmvo ovor nwtl
for nitiM'iiliir rhuiimutihiii t lint pvo.s
hid us Hindi roliof (is (Jliaiiiliuriaiii'ri
I'aiu lialin dous, 1 havo Ijouii usiii
it fur about two yoairf four holt li,s
in all as occasion riMiuirod, and al-
wayn keen a bolt lit of it in my liomu.
I boliowi I know a l'ooi! tliiii'' wlmn
I h'1'' nolo ot it, anil J'ain Jialiu ih
I Iid best liuiiiuiiil 1 havo ovor unit
with. W. 1), bonny, dairy man, Now
l.iuinlou, Ohio. Til) uout bolt las
for hiilu by all dnalnm. Honson,
Smith A. (Jo,, ngmiU for tho Hawai
Horrini? Gets Ton Years That
Ewa Cutting Scrapo.
August Herring was brought up
for sentence in tho Circuit Court
this morning, for manslaughter in
tho socond degroo committed by
killing D. L. Huntsman. Judge
Coopor sentenced prisoner to tho
oxtromo penalty for tho offonso
ton years imprisonment nt hard
E. Ward was put on trial boforo
a foreign jury for assault with a
dangerous weapon. Tho case camo
up on appeal from tho District
Court of Ewa. It refers to an affray
at an ovoning dnnco at Romond
Grovo last year, in which it was
charged that defendant cut ono
Harris with a knifo. Deputy Attor-noy-Gonoral
Wilder for tho prosecu
tion; C. L. Carter for tho defendant.
Mr, Wildor began his closiug speech
to tho jury at 2:20 o'clock. Tho jury
rondorcd a verdict of not guilty.
Judge Coopor has roudorod a de
cision iu Honolulu Soap Works
Company, Limited, vs. Thomas W.
Rawlins. Defendant was discharged
from tho position of manager by tho
board of directors of tho plnintiff
corporation. Ho declined to nccopt
his disohargo, as ho was engaged
last January for threo years. Tho
company brought a bill m equity to
rcsirnui Jiuiriiiis lrum uuuiiy us
manager of tho soap works or inter
fering iu any way with tho concern.
According to tho cent ract in evidence
tho engagement was for throe years
but qualified by a clause, "provided"
that Rawlins performed his work
"to tho satisfaction of tho compar
and as directed by it." His Honor
lays stress on tho words "satisfac
tion" and "directed," and, finding
that defendant is not an ollicur but
only an employee of tho company,
holds that tho action of the board
in discharging tho defendant was
entirely within its powors. It is
thorofore ordered that tho writ of
injunction previously issued in this
case bo made permanent. A. S.
Hartwoll for plaintiff; Cocil Brown
Judge Whiting has approved tho
final accounts of F. W. McChosnoy,
assignee of M. R, do Sa, and ordered
his discharge on filing receipts for
Sneak Thieves Abroad.
A sneak thiof carried off a milk
can with threo quarts of tho lacteal
fluid iu it from tho house of Mr. N.
F. Burgoss this morning. Yestor
day morning Miss Titcomb, living
next door to Mr. Burgoss, had hor
milk, moat and broad stolon. Mr.
Burgoss was up and talking to tho
milkman whon ho delivered tho
milk, but novor thought of taking
the can into the houso with him.
While Mr. T. J. Richoy, 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 medicino and tho druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy so
highly ho concluded to try it. Tho
result was immediate relief, and a
few doses cured him completely.
It is made for bowel complaint and
nothing olso. It novor fails. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Littlo boy Tho lions out West
must bo awful littlo. Mamma Why
so? Littlo boy Undo John says
he's soon hailstones thoro as largo as
lion's oggs. Good JVeuvt.
rpiIK UNDERSIGNED, THE ASSIG
JL nuo in Bankruptcy of the Estate of
'Pong Sine, Kamalo, Miilokai, gives notice
that he has filed in the Supreme Court his
accounts as such Assignee, and lias asked
for a settlement of tho same and u dis
charge, and that hearing on tho same has
been set for THURSDAY, June 1, 181)1, at
10 o'clock A. M.
, I. RUHIXSTEIX,
Assignee of the I'Ntato of Toug riing,
Jlankrupt. ' TM-M
IHE UNDERSIGNED, THE ASS1G-
nee in llaukruptey of the Estate of
Till Lung, Honolulu, gives luitico that ho
has tiled in the Supreme Court liW accounts
as such Assignee, and has asked for a set
tlomunt of the .same and a discharge, and
that hearing on the samo has been set for
THUKSDAY, June 1, ISIS, at 1(1 o'clock
a. m. i. nrniNSTEiN,
Assignee of tlm Estate of Tai Lung,
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Having Changed Hands are now Prepared
ICE CREAM or the Best Quality,
SHERRETS of the Best Quality.
Ice Cream Soda and Soda Water
And a Choice Assortment of
FRENCH AND PLAIN MIXED CANDIES
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
SUHVIID TO OM1E1I.
- - Proprietress.
FOR J3ALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Itci'ommeniU'd specially by Commis
hiouur of Agrk-ulturo
For Trees Affected by Blight.
- -FOR SALE HY
, THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.
i rpi: ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
i X llrltinh lleiinviileut Swift V will bn
I held al the Y. M. C. A. Hull onTlIESDA Y
EVENI.S'O, .mill Mav, at 7::iJoVli)ek.
l HERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO DO
V Oeuiiral ilou.imurk. Apply
7UJ-IW Q Kit. MAN (JONftUI.ATi:.
A Boston Dressmaker
All Who Suffor Similarly, no
mombor, HOOD'3 CURES.
JUra. F. TT. Barker
This lady Is a well-known and popular
dressmaker. Sho says:
"There b no mlstalco about Hood's Barsapa
rllla. I want to tell how quickly It cured mo of
sour stomach, which had troubled mo for over a
year. I coutd not even tnko a swallow of water
but what I suffered from ilLii-cm nuil nclillir.
When I began to tako Hood's Sarviparllla I
could sco good effects from tho flrstthrccdosoj.
I continued until I had taken three bottles and
Hood's a Gyres
havo been cnlirolr currU. I eo tills state
ment for the benefit of olhcrs who aro suffering
similarly." Jlns. F. W. D.utitEn, 41 Chester
Park, lioston, Jtass.
HOOD'O PlLLS ro tlm beitntter-dlnnerPllU
uilit dlittUon. cuia lioaihiclia. Try box. 2Jo.
The undersigned aro pienared to givu in
tending Tourists the advantage of it
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
EltS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Or San Franolsco
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of New Zealand,
JCSP Farther particulars may he had
Win. G. IRWIN (I CO.
To Lot or Lease.
rooms, on .Magazine
i-nt V. (!.. etc,
one of the liiiext views in Honolulu.
Htreet ears, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, Larue
Lot. Stab e and Cluekcn House.
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OK LEASE
X li'i-i Kiuu stieut. lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Ixivy,
contaiuiiit;,') lledrooms, i'ur-
lor, inning-room, Kiieuen ami imiuroom;
Stablo iu yard; Aileslan Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
(ICi-tr lit E. O. Hall it Sons'.
rpiIE TWO PIECES OF
JL 1'roperly with tho
llulldings (hereon, situated
on King ktri'i't. and at nro-
hetiliiceuniod by Mu!rs. S
J. Dotwiuy, both being oppo'lto tlm lesi-
uenco oi j, it. .uumum; eacu in uiesn pie- j
I nili-u.s are bringing in an annual rental of
I i'M), and a lino opportunity Is hereby
i olleri'd auyiiiiv who i desirous of owning
(i ill. .it ii i ti ft r I i I tin Iiiiini in (i (fin nl liiiiil.
lily wllliln a fen luinules' walk of our
town. For Icrnis imply t
Mri-if Jims' F. COLIIIUIX.
The Daily Jltttletln it tlilivered by,
carrier for 60 oent ytr month, '
1 ;,, .... V-Ti
J. .M. VIVAS.
N. S. SACHS
104 Port Street, Honolulu..
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs 1
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light ami Dark Ground Effects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light llluo, Cardinal and Illack;
T1NK KIOUKKI) MUSLINS IN NKW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Uroended A: Plain Chatnbrics,
Klder-down in Pink, Cream and llaby
Polka Dot MuBlins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
In Plaids, Checks o.xicl Stripes.
Come and sco the White Goods wo are selling at 7, 0 nnd 5 yards for f I.
Dimities, Nainsooks, "Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND CHANGE!
COMMLSSrONUR 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
TRUNKS . AND .'. VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc.
The Jropular Ixerinan Dry Goods Store,
75.PORT STREET 75
NEW GOODS !
89 FORT STK,E3EST.
Cheiiile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IX GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IX WHITE and COI.OItED-.Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
EOO CHOO l'OXHKE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Silk.alin and "Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
tS" Drossmaklnu Under the Managemont of MISS K. GLARE. .J2
PER HARK "C. D. URYAXT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN Till: 1ATKST I'ATmdH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the bitest Improvements,
ALSO ON HAND
W EST EHM AVER'S
Celebrated Collage Piaoos,p,K
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE 11Y
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
King htreet, nppo. Ciulle A I'linKe. I
" 3ST E3 x: T !
S1IAYIHG, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
AT 1111. -
Queen Street Sliaying Parlors
l.N'cUdoor to Moruan'i, iiuutlon room)
Figured Irish Lawns.
X - iETVY
NEW GOODS !
H5T3ZLE1K,S & GO.
lluretania Street JilTi per
lleretania Street f-JO per
ttaue on lleretania Street, muuislt.t
Stores on Xuiianu Street, near Uere
Jluilding Lots and 3 Fish Pundit on
the road to Waiklki.
Houvound I.ot on lleretania ntroet near
I'elisaeola. l,ol LtHJ feet frontage and
140 feet deep.
AImi, a Valuable Illoolc of llriek lluild-
Ingf. iu the heart of the Oitv,
1 Upright Piano For Salo.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE TO LET OX
I'll h llotpltlll, MX
Rent !(!. Apply
13 Niiuanu M,, Root & Shoe sioro.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
A SPECIAL MEETING OK THE MEM
... .''u.rP' ,l10 Hawaiian Joekey Club
will bo held on SATURDAY, May itli, ut
liio'elook n. iu., at the ollieuuf CO. llerijer
for tl'" JiiirpoMi of eoiisidoriiiB Hie udvlsa.
illii v of holding the races on Kamehaiiie.
Im Day. nil! COMMITTEE.
LEE COMPANY HAS LEASED
rice iilantalloii nun I.. ALmi.
foniierl known as Yen Tai Will Coniimuv.
nl Waialiiu, with all tho cull le, water
rlghii, IihiI, etc., for the term of U vear
liiini April ii, Imm, in July. I Mr, i, ut tho rate
of fliuia jwc. Jlereufler Man Uo Com
xin will not be repouibh for imv dcbU
ioiiiic h Yin I'al Wal and Men Tal'Wiil,
MAN LEE COMPANY.
Honolulu, Mil) IU, 1WJ. 73Mw