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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1893.
Saturday, May 27.
Btmr Kiuau from Maul and Hawoli
Stmr Wnitnanalo from Mnnl and Molokal
Stmr Mokollt from Moloknl
"Btmr 0 It Bishop from Lnlinina
Btmr Hawaii from llnmukuo
Btmr .Tames Mnkco from Knuoi
Schr Ktt Mol from Koliolalelo
Am sch Transit,
FtttlUY, May '20
.Torgcnsen, for Bun Fran-
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Btmr Jos Mnkco for Kapaa at 0 a m
Btnn Mokolli for Moloknl
Stmr Walmunalo for Moloknl and Maul
Onrgoos from Island Forts.
Per stmr Huwnll (BOO lings sugar.
l'er stmr Makco 2012 bugs sugar, 11 pkgs
Per stmr Bhhop 2700 bags sugar, 100 bbls
Per stmr Kiuau 8(G0 bags sugar, 128 cs
plnoapplod, 1!XJ bags potatoes, 21) bags
corn, 21 pkgs hides, 3 obis pol, 11(1 pkgs
sundries, 1 horso.
Tho stonmor Likolilto will tnko tho
Clmiclino's fouto on Tiiosday, Juno
Mr. W. C. Weodon oirors his on
tiro household furniture nt private
Tlio Now City Minstrols will ap
pear ono night only Saturday of
Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety, at rcsidunoo of President Dole,
Eight passengers returned from
tho Volcano by tho steamer Kiuau
A uraetieo tramo of criekot. will bo
played this afternoon on tho old
Tho stonmor Claudino will go on
tho Marino Railway boforo taking
tho stcamor Kinau's route.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Ktnnu,
May 27 Volcano: F L Hoog?, H B Con
ner, L A Conner, C N Hose, Miss M .1 Mil
ler, Miss T S Miller. Lieut Elders, Mrs 11 F
Hill. Wnyports: Otto W Kos,c, Andrew
Brown, T It Keyworth, Mrs Mary Allan, 10
Dunn, J B Canario, Miss L Sponccr, K.
Okat, W Peterson, wife and 1 children,
Mrs W H ltiekard, Miss Bannister, J H
Mackenzie, LAC Purisli, Q Horner, O L
Wight, Miss Helon Wilder.
A Chineso opium fiend was sen
tenced to' pay a lino of $50 in tho
District Court this morning.
What Columbus misod by not
waiting for a Hendry breaker tho
H. H. Co.'s column describes.
Row Dr. Beckwith will preach tho
memorial sorinon boforo the G. A. R.
at Central Union Church to-morrow
Tho Pacific "Wheolmou's picnic at
Romond Grove will bo tho only at
traction this ovoning. Trains will
leavo tho depot at 7 and 8 o'clock.
MOORE-HITCHCOCK At tho residence
of tho bride's parents, Hilo, Wednes
day, May 21, by the Kov. KdwardPay
son Bilker,. Almeda E., youngest
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. David H.
Hitchcock, to Dr. W. L. Moore, of Ann
Arbor, Michigan. Wedding private.
UIOHARDS-In Honolulu, May 24, 18!),),
to tho wife of Mr. Tlieo. ltichards, a
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Trinity Sunday. Holy communion,
6:30 a.m.; holy communion and ser
mon, 11 a.m.; hymns iou aim die.
Evensong and sormon in Hawaiian,
3:30 p.m.; evensong and sormon,
English, 7:30 p.m.; hymns 101, 1G2,
The services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, Trinity Sunday, will bo
as follows: 5:30 a.m., celebration of
holy communion; 9:45 a.m., morning
- -prayer with sormon; Venite, Battis
hill, in G; To Deum, and Jubilate,
Tours, in P: hvmus. 160 and 165; an
them, ''Blessed aro they that dwell
in Thy house," by Tours. 6:30 p.m.,
evensong with sermon; Magnificat,
Purcell, in D; Nunc Dimittis, Boyco,
in A; hymns 163 and 18: anthem,
"As pants tho hart," by Spohr. Rov.
Ales. Mackintosh, pastor. All aro
' cordially invited.
. CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
"Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Preaching at tho morning service by
tho Rev. H. W. Peck. In the even
ing tho Pastor will preach a memori
al sermon boforo the Geo. W. Do
Long Post of tho Grand Army of
the Republic. Christian Endeavor
mooting at 6:30 p.m. All are cordial
ly invited to those services.
AT SPREOKELS' PARK.
Day Preparing by the Maui
Tho Maui Racing Association is
preparing for tho biggest day's
racing that it has ever had. Its
members would liko to soo all their
Honolulu friends go up and help
them to make it ono of tho best days
ever held in Maui. Efforts will bo
made by tho Association to have tho
steamer Claudino leave Honolulu on
Monday, July 3, and Kahului to ro
turn on Tuesday, July 4. There aro
throo trotting and pacing races, and
four running races for Hawaiian
bred horses, also throo running races
free for all. Tho officers of tho
Association aro: H. Center, Presi
dent; W. H. Coruwoll, Vico-Presi--rdant;
L. M. Votloson, Secretary; E.
B. Carloy, Treasurer; A. F. Hopko,
C. H. Broad, W. T. Robinson, execu
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Thoro was a fair attendance of tho
athletic club at tho Borotania stroot
Armory yesterday ovoning. Prof.
Lohcido commenced a class in tumb
ling. According to tho Advortisor a
"royalist" meeting will bo hold at
Emma Square Monda' ovoning to
discuss matters connected with tho
proposed now treaty.
Tho Kamehnmeha and Hawaii ball
teams meet this afternoon. Tho P.
G. baud will wake the echoes in tho
grand stand, and endeavor to drown
the kindergarten yells.
Tho bride named in a marriago
uotico appearing to-day is. tho first
lady admitted to tho practico of law
in tho Hawaiian islands, ur. and
Mrs. Moore have the Bulletin's con
gratulations. Tho Hawaii brought 6500 bags
sugar this morning from Honomu
and Liaupahoehoo to bo stored m the
O. S. S. Co.'s warehouse. The Ha
waii during this trip handled 35,330
packages and 60 head of cattlo.
J. F. Morgan hold an auction of
stocks at his salesroom at noon to
day: 15 shares of I. I. S. N. Co.'s
wore sold at S133 a share, 14 shares
of Wildor's Steamship Co. at 110,
and 8 shares People's Ice and Re
frigerating Co. at S'JG.
Tho case of Ah Kuu and J. Xavior,
who woro arrested by Captain
Ivlommo in a Chinese reading room
in a store adjoining the Empire Sa
loon, Nuuanu streot, with eight tins
of opium, was nol. pros'd this morn
ing iu tho District Court.
A lad about thirteen years of ago
was brought as a prisoner on tho
steamer Kinau from Kohala, Ha
waii, this morning, to servo a sen
tence of two years in tho Reform
School. Ho was found guilty of tho
thoft of ?30 from a Japanese in Kohala.
Master Goorgo Desha mot with a
very lminful accident yesterday
evening at Kamohainoha school. Ho
was playing with his fellow school
mates in tho grounds, when another
lad who was walking about on stilts
fell on him and broke his leg about
tho thigh. Tho young lad has boon
romoved to tho Queen's Hospital.
Tho Planters' Monthly for May
contains solected articles on tea and
coll'eo raising which ought to bo
valuable to those iu these islands
who aro going into those produc
tions. An article on tho rise in sugar
quotes authorities to show tho cause
lies iu supply boing behind the de
mand, and concludes with advice to
planters to plant all the land that
can bo made ready for tho next crop.
Launch of a Ollppor Sloop Androw
On May 17 a finoly modelled sloop,
clippor stylo, was launched, which
has boon 5 years in its construction.
It has boon under covor all tho timo
protected from tho woatlior. Thoro
is no doubt that sho is well con
structed in ovory part. Tho buildor
put his mono) in hor as fast as ho
could spare it. Her dimensions and
tonnage aro as follows: 35 foot 8
inches length; 10 foot 8 inches beam;
1 foot hold; 30 tons burdon. Sho is
made of native timbor, natural crooks,
8 inches botwoon timbers, very light
draught. Thoro is no doubt 4that
-pho will prove a fioot sailor, and a
splendid sea boat. Tho sum of hor
canvas area is about 850 squaro foot
dividd among tho sails, mainsail,
staysail and jib. Has a comfortablo
caum. Air. wiiuam uaum, a snip
carpontor, is tho buildor.
Thoro was a splendid Masonic
supper at Conoy Houso on 24th inst.,
iu honor of Mr. Andrew Brown,
Superintendent Honolulu Water
Works greatly enjoyed no doubt.
Mrs. Weight tho hostess knows full
well how to cater for all, always
genial and ladylike Send your
friends to this homelike hotel.
R. A. Lyman, Jr., has boon ap
pointed Port Survoyor iu place of
Tho Firo Dopartmont is looking
around for a lot on which to orect
a building for tho firo ougino.
Arrived at Hilo, May 21, bark
Harvester, Capt. Johnson, 14 days
from San Francisco. Freight, 400
tons gouoral merchandise.
Sailed from Hilo, May 21, bark
Aunio Johnson, Capt Rock, for San
Francisco. Freight, 26,555 bags
sugar, weighing 3,317,901 pounds,
and valued at $123,999.14.
J. A. M.
Hilo, May 25, 1893.
THAT OHE FA CAPTURE.
The Reason Why a Piano Box Was
"Music hath charms to sootho tho
savago breast" was the quotation
running in Captain Larson's mind
when his thought factory was at
work on a plan to capture tho cho
fa players near tho Mormon church,
mention of which was raado in this
paper yesterday. Tho clovor detec
tive know ho could get tho princi
pals if ho could only got to tho
house without being seen and just
thoro tho difficult' arose. Finally
ho hit upon tho piano box plan; ho
ho know that Hawaiians lovo music
and if thoy should see, what appear
ed, to bo a '"baby grand piano, com
ing into their neighborhood their
fears of tho police would at once
leavo them and thoir thoughts cou
coutrato on Mozart's symphony in B.
Hat and other standard compositions
and whilo in thoir mind's oyo, woro
thrumming tho keys it would bo an
easy matter for tho officers to hop
out of tho box and collar tho victims.
When tho plan was cotnploted tho
captain cast his oyo about him for
tho best piano, for a cho fa playor
cannot bo caught with chaff, ho
wants tho best, aud Larsen know it,
for that reason ho decided upon tho
"Bechstoin" tho celebrated piano
sold by H. Hackfold & Co. of this
city and arranged with thoso gentle
men to provido him with a box. Tho
rost of tho story has alroady boon
told. Had a box in which any other
piano than tho "Bechstoin beon
packed, gono on tho dray tho raid
would havo beon a failure. For
lightness of touch, sweetness of tono
and volume of sound this make has
no equal; it is made especially for
this climate whore dampness creates
such damage in tho wires. Messrs.
H. Hackfold & Co., tho importers,
havo mado such arrangements with
tho manufacturers that thoso instru
ments can bo sold horo at a very low
XH'ice,much lower iu fact than you pay
to other dealers for inferior pianos.
Thoy aro prepared also to accommo
date any other policeman who wish
ing to oinulato Captain Larson do
sires a piano box to enable him mako
a suoak on gamblers.
Your remarks in tho Bulletin a
fovv weeks ago upon tho scurrilous
attack upon Mr. Carlor aro to tho
point. Tho curso of Hilo aro its
weekly, or weakly, correspondents,
to the Honolulu papers. Follows
liko A. B. L. want laying out with a
stuffed club. Although I did not
boliovo in Mr. Carter's views, still I
had a sort of aloha for him, for tho
manner in which ho conducted him
solf. I saw nothing that would
justify tho Shoriff iu making an ar
rest. Just about now wo are all having
a perfect disgust at tho scribbling
of A. B. L. in tho Star. This follow
in his first article starts out with a
dirty assault on tho postmaster of
this place, and ho does it bocauso
Mr. Sovoranco is absent from tho
kingdom, onjoyiug a woll earned
rost. Aot satisfied with tins ho gets
his rolativo to mako another one on
Mr. John Stupploboou, collector of
this port tseo tho interviow some
timo ago with Star reporter).
Mr. Editor tho animus of tho
wholo business is this: that A. B. L.
has for years endeavored to got iuto
tho shoos of tho postmastor of Hilo,
but his foot, liko his head, boing so
swelled, it was impossible. So ho
gavo that up as a bad job. When it
bocnuio known that thoy woro try
ing to got Mr. Stupplobeon from his
position as collector tho wholo town
arose as ono man and womau, and
signed a potition to tho Collector
General, asking that ho bo retained,
as no ono had a word to say against
him, and ho was retained, and A. B.
L. is not in it. Mr. Stupplobeon is
an adopted son of tho lato General
Armstrong, and woll liked iu tho
community, and what more can you
ask. A. B. L. has such a thirst for
oifico that ho is up to ail inaunors of
dirty tricks to got there.
Think of him calling upon Mrs.
Blount and tolling hor ho was a
"Son of Goorgia." Scot but that
makes tho follows around town
smile. Son of Georgia! Great hoavon!
when I know ho was raised iu that
uost of Sheonies, Chatham streot.
As regards Mr. Carter, I must say
ho carried himself with groat tact
and discretion, differently from tho
usual campaign orator. 1 did not
boliovo iii his view of mattors, but I
admiro a goutlomau whenever I see
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
8avod Porhapo His Lifo
By Hood's Saranpnrllla Blood' Pol-
Bonod by Canker.
Head tho following from n grateful mothcri
"My llttlo boy had Scarlot Fover when 4 years
old, and It loft him very weak and with Mood
poiionrd wlili cnnlicr. Ills eyes becamo
so Inflamed that till sufferings wcro Intense, and
forsoven weeks ho
Could Not Opon His Eyes.
I took him twlco during that timo to tho Eye
and Ear Infirmary on Charles streot, but their
remedies fallod to do htm tho faintest shadow
ot good. I commenced giving him Hood'a
Sarsaparllla nnd It soon curod htm. I havo
never doubted that It invrd tit light, oren
if net hU rcrr lite. You may uso this tes
timonial In any way you choose. I am always
ready to sound tho pralso ot
becauso ot tho wonderful good It did ray son."
Annie F. Blackman, 2888 Washington St,
Boston, Mass. Got HOOD'S.
HOOD'8 PlLLQ nro hand mado, and aro per.
foot In composition, proportion and appearance.
N. S. SACHS
104 Port Stroot, Honolulu,
ummer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs 1
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Cliaillel
Light nnd Dark Ground Eirccts I'rotty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON" CRAPE
In I'ink, Cream, Light Bluo, Cardinal and HlaekJ
FINE FiaUItED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Gingham?, Brocaded ,t Plain Chamlirics,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream nnd llaby lllne,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OK
Whilo Mr. T. J. Itiehoy, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling iu Kansas he was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
got some medicino and tho druggist
recominondod Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aud Diarrhoea Komedy so
highly ho concluded to try it. Tho
result was immediate relief, and a
few dosos curod him comnlototy.
It is made for bowel complaint aud
nothing olso. It never fails. For
salo by all dealors. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
DRAFT NO. 12 FOlt $0 FAVOR OF
Kulili (w) on Messrs. 11. Hnckfcld .fe
Co. has been lost nnd payment hereby
slopped. iuoia iiim.
Knlawno, Moloknl, May 2oth. 73S-2w
Household -:- Fnrnitare
r'pilE ENTIRE FURNITURE OF MR.
i V. 0. Wccdon'it Residence, Alup:ii
Street, is ollbrod ut PRIVATE HALE. It
eonsKts ot Parlor, Dining Room nnd
Kitchen Furniture J Handsome Uphols
tered Lounge und- Ruekers, Koiuwood
Piano, Mn-sive lllack Walnut Carved Side
hoard and Mnrhle-top Center Table, An
tique Oak Dining Table and Chairs; Lndies
Eeritoire, Chellonier, Handsome Libinry
Table, Chandelier, Smyrna and AxuiiiitOur
ling, iiarpets aim iice uurtains; niovu
nnd Usual Kitchen Furniture, Caes of
Stull'ed llirds and a Choice Ix)t of Plant.
g& Houso open each afternoon from
3 to .ri o'clock. TM-M
In FlEUds, Olieolcs and Stripes.
IA- Come nnd sco tho White Goods wo are selling at 7, G and 5 yards for 1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND CHANGE !
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
TIIUKSTON, 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
JL q sJTo
JE. SL X.
OFKK1IS A LIKK OF
TRUNKS .'. AND .'. VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties', Hats,
rpHE ANNUAL MEETINn OF THE
JL Uriti-h ltenevolent Society will be
hold at the Y. M. (!. A. Hall on TUESDAY
EVENING, .'(0th Muv, at 7:30 o'clock.
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
Eoot Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Bousou, Smith & Co.,Agonts.
Sunburn roliovod at oueo by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Bunson, Smith As Co.,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. MutunlTolophono (182.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and iu classes; French, Spanish,
aud Latin. Itesidoiu-o, Alaliea stroot,
near Y. M. C. A.
- Thoro is nothintr I havo over usuil
for musuulur rheumatism that gives
mo as much roliof as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm does. 1 havo boon using
it for about two years four bottles
hi nil as occasion required, and al
ways keep a bottle of it iu my home.
I boliovo I know a good thing when
1 got hold of it, and Pain Balm is
the boat liniment I havo ever mot
with. W. B. Donny, dairyman, Now
Loxiugtou, Ohio, fit) cent bottles
for salo by nil dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., ugonts for tho Hawai
TBOUBLE IN THE CHURCH.
Native Flocks Stirred Up by Pastoral
Halations to Politics.
Thoro lias boon quite a stir made
in tho different parishes on tho other
islands. Ifov. A. Pali, pastor of tho
native protestant church at Lajiniun,
was voted out of tho parish by indig
nant members, the reason boing his
signing of tho annexation roll. Tho
members of tho congregation claim
ed that a minister had no right to
meddle in politics. Kov. Pali ap
pealed tho case.
ov. S. L. Desha, of Hilo, signed
tho annexation roll, and, the fact
being quickly noised about, a moot
ing of tho parishioner was called at
which Mr. Desha was given a terri
ble deal. Ho was unanimously
voted out of tho shepherd's posi
tion. Mr. Desha has told several
persons that ho will appeal the case,
but up to the sailing of tho steamer
Kiuau he had not taken such action.
Another report comes from Wnia
lua, on this island, Hov. C. M,
Hyde sent a private letter to Hov. E.
S. Timoteo, of Waialua, requesting
him to sign the annexation roll, and
renounce the royalist faction. The
monarchy was dead, the good doc
tor said, forever, and there was no
more show for a constitutional gov
ernment under it. -Mr. Timoteo be
ing u staunch and patriotic Hawai
ian, made of the right material, felt
indignant about the letter, and call
ed a meeting of the members of his
congregation. When thoy a-ssoin-bled
the letter vn read to thoin by
Mr. Tiinoleo. Thoy asked him whe
ther he was going to comply with
the request. Ho replied (irmly in
Coiieral .Met 'ool;, commanding the
Territory of Aiioiiii,sayri the report
regarding the Navajo outbreak lias
THE UNDEUSIUNEI), THE ASSIU
neo in Jianknijitcy of the Estate of
Tons Sine, Kniualo, Molokai, gives notice
that ho has liled in the Supreme Court his
(iccotinti at Hueh Assignee, and 1ms asked
for a settlement of the same and a dis
charge, and that hearing on tho same has
been set for THURSDAY, June 1, lb!M, at
10 o'clock A. M.
Estate of Tong Sing,
This is tho last day of tho Circuit
Court term. Tho following two
casos are all that wore hoard, and
the Court adjourned sine die nt 12
Joaquin M. Sozo vs. Boko M. Ma
kalona. Libel for divorce. Roan for
plaintiff; no appearanco for defend
ant. Chief Justice Judd having
formerly partly hoard tho case in the
Supreme Court, now continues his
jurisdiction and hoars tho case to
conclusion. Tho divorco is granted.
Kalua (w.) vs. Ahann (k.) Libel
for divorco. Kahookano for plain
tiff; no appearanco for defendant.
Hoard by Judge Cooper and divorco
granted, custody of a minor child
being given to the mothor, plaintiff.
Just boforo adjournment Judge
Coopor promulgated tho following
ordor nnd rules:
"All cases now ponding on tho
calendar will bo continued until noxt
"All casos that shall havo boon
upon tho trial caloudnr for two terms
without boing hoard may bo stricken
off by ordor of the Court and will
not bo reinstated excopt upon mo
tion. "Aud all casos that shall have boon
upon tho docket for more than ono
year will be dismissed for want of
prosecution unless good cause is
I The Court then adjourned.
rpHE UNDEUSIUNEI), THE ASSIU
JL nee iu Uankruptey of the Estate of
Till Lung, Honolulu, gives notice that he
has liled in tho Supreme ourthisaccounts
as such Assignee, and has usked for a set
tlement of the same and a discharge, and
that hearing on the same has been set for
THUltSDAY, .lime 1, 1WW, nt 10 o'clock
a. m. 1. IIUHINSTEIN,
Assignee of the Estate of Tui Lung,
A FUKSH CAHCIO OF
Departure Bay Coal
FOlt FAMILY USE
FOR SALE III QUANTITIES TO SUIT
The undersigned aro prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
IN CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
EKS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of San Franolsco
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Or TSTe-w Zealand.
COT Further particulars may he had
erman Dry Goods Store,
FOIiT Q'X'IR.EilEll1 7 5
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. F. EHLERS &c GO.
89 FOBT STREIEJT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SW1SS-A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGUBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO I'ONGEB-OREAT NOVELTIES
Sillcaliri and Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
ZS- Dressmaking Under the Management of HISS K. CLARE. &
Wm. G. IRWIN (I CO.
To Lot or Loaeo.
Captains .luon and .Sulilonunur.
.). GoUlstoin ami anotlior, (li.sk'iiiHod
as nion-of-war'c-inun, wont out to a
notoriously bad houso, llio now
hawlmll Krounilti, last night. Thoy
uiiiliiri!il four nativo girln, who
havo bi'tin ulmrgiul with limipiug a
dibordorly houso. Ono of tho girls
was Driiihcd aiiout mo uino, in ai
toinpting to got away from Captain
.Soliloiiiiiior, who wm dinning hor,
Sho hung by hor lego on tho fornio
until rohovi'd by tho olllfor.
Tho girlt will ho hoard iu tho Dis
trict Court ou Moutluy moruiug.
TVTEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooniH. ou Muuuzino
...in. it..ti.r,.,.... .....
T!.b. ........ .U.K. I'.V-
ent v. 0.. ete. ComniuudH
one of tho finest views in Honolulu
-NE HLOOK FROM HE-
V retnnia turret ears, a
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
ICE CREAM PARLORS
IIuviiiH Changed liainlt me now 1'repured
ICE CREAM of the Best Quality,
SHERBETS of tue Best Quality.
Ice Cream Soda and Soda Water
And it t'liul Ast-ort nifiit of
FRENCH AND PLAIN MIXED CANDIES
COFKlilC, (JHOCOLATK k TUA
hi;itvi:i) to 011111:11.
MRS. ATW00D, - T . Proprietress.
Cool and Convenient Cot
tUL'O of Six Itouins. l.llTL'O
Lot, Stuhle ami Chieken House.
at Huwuiiau Hardware Co.'h btoro.
TO LET OR LEASE
PER HARK. "C. O. IIRYANT"
OF ALL BTYLE8
Carpets, Rugs and Mats r
IN TllC I..VTKHT I'ATTKUNH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the latest Improvements.
AL80 ON HANI)
WESTERN A YER'S
Celebrated Cottage Phbos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
Ueretania Street $25
I'ottage on lleretaniu Street Jl'O per
Cottage on Fort Street.
Cottage on Keretuuia Street, opposite
Stores on Nuuanu Street, near llere-
11 Uu Id 1
JL 258 K III!
occupied hy Air. M. S. l'Vy
........ 1.. I...... it.. .!-,....... l.i.
lor. DlnliiL'-room. Kitehen aud llnthrooui:
Stuhle in yuidi Artesian Water laid on.
For purtieuhirii and terin, apply to
0IS-tf lit E. O. Hall t boon'.
mill! TWO 1'IEC 8 OF
I X Properly with tho
lIulldiiigH theieou, situated
' oil Klin: iitreet. ami ut pre-
hent occupied hy Mu-nrH. S. Nowieiu and
, J. Downey, holli heiug opposite the re.tl
1 deuce of J'. II. Atherloii, etich of Uicmi pre
. iiiIm'n ure hriiiglng in nil annual rental of
V, mid 11 tine opportunity In herchy
ollercd anyone who in dexiioiiit of owning
11 nli'ii comfort. ihlu home iu 11 good loca
lity within 11 few iiiiiiulen' vwilk oi our
lovs u. For terina iipply to
I OVJ-tl JUU.N r. UULUUU.V
111: l.utH ami 3 ! ihIi l'nmU r
,. ..... - -
tne roan to waikiki.
Houmj und lx)t 011 lieretunia stroet near
1'eiiMieolu. lot L"00 feet frontage and
140 feet deep.
AIho, u Vuluutile llloek of Drick lluild-
ingh in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano Tor Bale.
FOR SALE HY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,
King Htrcet, oppo. Cuxtle A Cooke.
3ST E3 221 T ! "
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
FOR JSALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended neeiully hy CoiiiiuIb
uiouer of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
FOR SALE HY
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
ACOTTAflETO LET ON
near iJuitii'h Ilonitiil;Slx
uoonis. itoui 119. Apply
Queen Street Shaving Parlors -
l:i Nuiiuuil bt,, Hoot A Shoo Bloro.
(.Nuxtdoor to Xlorgun'miuutlon rooni)
A UERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO
IV Uenvral lloiunwork.