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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER 3UNE 1, 181)3.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave l'earl Olty..,
Arrive Ewa Mill. . .
Leave Ewa Mill (1:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:80 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays cxeoptcd.
I). Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1893.
Thursday, Juno 1.
S S Monowai, Carey, from Son Fraucisuo
CI1 8S Miowera, Stott, 13 days from
U S S Boston from a crui-o
Am bktnc Mary Winkelnmn, Nissen, from
Btinr Pelo Irom Mnkawcli
TnunsnAY, June 1.
S S Alameda, Morse, for San Francisco at
1 p m
S S Monowai, Carey, for-tho Colonies at 2
Ol'SB Miowera, Stott, for Vancouver, via
Victoria, at 4 n m
Br bk Gainsborough, McPhail, for San
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Pele 3920 bags sugar.
From San Francisco, per S B Monowai,
June 1 Mrs Berger and child, Mrs F
Banning, Mrs H L Draper, Miss L E Wil
son, Rev T and Miss Fraer, Messrs E
Haas, F F Baldwin, D W Deshler, AV H
Holmes, O Sorenson, L D Timmons and H
Schulby, and 23 in 2d class; also 70 for for
For Vancouver, via Victoria, per S S
Miowera, June 1 Mr and Mrs J A Mc
Candlcss, child and nurse, Mr and Mrs E
Moller, Mr and Mrs Bloomer, and 8 tteei-
. age, and in transit.
For San Francisco, per S S Alameda,
June 1-G S Dyer, H 8 Connor, W H Colo,
Misses Miller, Mr Daley, F P Hastings, H
W Sowell, T Dowdell, W C Poacock and
wife, G V Burgess, V M Petersen, wifo
and 4 children.
Vessels in Port.
UBS Adams, Kelson, from San Francisco
H B M 8 Hyacintlio from Esquimalt
USB Boston, Dav, from Hilo
xVni bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am 4-instd schr Transit, Jorgensen, from
Am brgtne W G Irwin, Johnson, from San
Am bktne Irmjrard, Schmidt, from San
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dreeyr,
from Newcastle, X B 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 England
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am bchr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, duo
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, due July
Bk Routenbeck from Newcastle, dno May
Bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, due Juno
Bk Lumorua, from Newcastle, N S W,
Fr frigate DuehoH'ault from San Francisco,
duo May 15-20
Ger bk J C Pfiuger, from Bremen, duo Oct
Ger bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, duo
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Sugar was 4$ for 96 tost centri
fugals at Now York latost date.
A policoinan arrostod a toy-ball
ou Morchant stroot this moruiug.
Tho British ship Grota received
orders by to-day's mail to sail for
Tho cruisers Charleston aud Phila
delphia aro detailed for tho Pacific
Tho S. S. Alameda carried no
steorago passengers from this port,
tho berths being nil full.
Mrs. Borgor, wifo of Prof. IT. Bor
gor, loader of tho P. G. band, arrived
by tho S. S. Monowai this morning.
Dr. S. Aatio has eomnuuicod the
firaotioo of his profession in Hono
ulu. His caul appears in another
George Irvine, formerly clerk of
tho Police Station, returnod from
tho Colonies on tho S. S. Alameda
Tho U. S. cruiser Boston returned
from a Hying trip to Lahaina this
afternoon, and anchored in tho
Mrs. SprinK had tho misfortune to
havo tho greater part of the two j
middle fingers of one hand cut off !
accidentally this morning.
Tli Miowera is supplied with a :
boautiful Bochsloin piano. H. Hack-1
fold it Co. are tho solo agents horo
for this fine make of instrument. j
In another column the proprietor
of tho Golden I.ulo Bazaar gives a
fow words of sound advico to the
public in regard to spectacles, eye
Owing to alterations being made
to tho switch at tho Government
building, pasbongors both ways on
King street havo to change cars
A young Queensland aboriginal
girl attracted curious attention ou
tho steamer Miowera to-day. She
was more of an African than a Poly
Seven musicians, principally Ger
mans, arrived by tho S. S. Monowai
to-day to reinforce tho P. G. band.
There aro two clarionets, two altos,
two baritones and one bass.
Captain Fischer, relieved of the
command of tho Gorman warship
Sporbor at Samoa, aud on his way
homo by tho Alameda, registered at
the Hawaiian Hotel yesterday.
Captain Carey of the Monowai
boforo leaving San Francisco tiled a
bond for S3280. Tho vessel was
libollod for carrying more passen
gers than she is allowed by law.
Tho wrostliug tournament which
was to take place Saturday evening,
has boon postponed until Juue 10th.
Among the preliminaries to tho
wrestling thoro will bo neck tug-of-war
Two of tho women arrested by
Captains Juon and Schlommer for
keeping a disorderly house were
sentenced to thirty days' imprison
ment without hard labor by Judgo
Foster this afternoon.
Post Ollico despatched tho follow
ing mail by outgoing steamers to
day: Por S. S. Alameda, 1S."!) letters
aud f)42 papers; S. S. Monowai, 57(!
letters and IS!) papers; S.S. Miowera,
Gt) papers and J (J letters.
A Bulletin representative had tho
pleasure of au interesting talk with
Mr. F. YV. Ward who caino up from
tho Colonies as travelling agent or
Cause of Another Scare in the
Tho Garrison Leaves the Barracks for
OFF TO NEW GUINEA.
From a report in
cisco Chroniclo it is
About 11 o'clock last night peo
ple in the vicinity of Dr. McKibbin's
residence Vm Beretauia street woro
startled by tho command of "halt"
and tho wrack of a pistol shot.
Frank Woods, who lives in Dr. Mc
Kibbin's place, rushed out aud saw
Captain Klomme aud Detective
Wagner foniging among tho bushes.
Captain Klomiuo strttod that ho had
soon a native man walking up tho
lane with a bundlo under his arm.
Suspecting foul play ho had com
manded him to halt, and finding
that ho wouldn't ho fired tho shot.
Klomme said at first that tho man
ran through tho gato into tho Mc
Kibbin promises, but later said ho
ran up tho stroot.
Whilo tho mon woro searching
among tho buslios Police Captain
Harry Juon was seen standing by
tho fouco. Ho stated that ho had
heard tho noiso and came to find out
tho causo. Presently Juon walked
olf a fow yards, whon ho sang out,
"I've got a bundlo, boysl" Whon tho
others approached tho bundlo was
oponed aud found to contain throo
sticks of dynamite- and a small vial
which was "supposed to contain ful
minate of morcury. Tho package
was found undor a hau tree ou tho
border of tho wire fonco, about a
hundred yards from tho roar fonco
of Washington Place.
Tho vial was sent to Prof. Lyons
of Oahu College this moruiug for
analysis. Thoro was a shod about
ten feet from whore tho bundle was
found, used for storing wood. War
ner was advised to look in and see if
anyone was hiding there. Wagner
took a pocket lamp out and lit it.
As ho approached tho shed he poiut-
od his pistol m a window aud sang
out, "You shoot, I shoot!" The
dynamite sticks and vial woro taken
to tho Police fetation. A statement
in the Advertiser, that tho dynamite
was found ou tho Queon's promises,
is utterlj- false. It is well known
that there is a large lot between
Washington Place and the place
where tho things woro found.
Tho fact of tho dynamite sticks
having been found refreshed tho
inomories of several people; among
whom was R. W. Wilcox. It brought
rooolleclions of the frustration of
an attempt at revolution in tho early
part of 18!)2. D. L. Huntsman now
deceased occupied himsolf in secur
ing certain chemicals lor tho pur
pose of making dynamite sticks,
whilo Wagner, now detective, put
thorn togothor. When Wilcox and
others wore arrested tho dj'namito
.ticks woro buried in (now Capt.)
Klommo's j'ard, it was supposed
never to bo resurrected. Boforo
they woro buried A. Horring, now in
prison, used to tako thoso sticks and
experiment with them on Punch-
tho now Canadian Pacific Steam I bowl, blowing up trees. Wagner
Advonturoua Band of Oallfor
nians on the Monowai.
the San Fran
learned that a
novel party of gold-seekers aro on
board tho steamer Monowai, which
arrived at Honolulu to-day, bound
for now and, it 5b claimed, rich fields
in British Now Guinoa. Tho party
is headed by Joseph McCaulay, who
hns boon thoro boforo, aud is credit
ed with having been very successful
in mining in that distant region.
McCaulnv is an old Californiau, and
in tho old days minod in inany dif- j
ferout placos on tho Pacific Coast.
Michael Surloy of Chile Gulch, Cala
veras county, J. Grogan, a Califor
nia and idano minor, ex-uanagor
Houko of tho Oakland Water Works
aud some others form tho party.
Thoy aro taking along comploto
hydraulic machinory and apparatus,
and ou their arrival in Sydney will
havo two other hydraulic machines
made there. Thou they will push
forward to Cooktown, North Queens
land, aud from there sail for the
new fields. They expect to bo gouo
four years, aud iu that time get all
the gold t hoy want.
McCaulay in an intoniow said
that up to this timo only four whito
mon havo penetrated those fields,
Wllioli U aunditUy VililieVod WOllld
prove fully tho equal of Califor
nia in tho palmiest days. Nothing
but tho pick and pan had hitherto
boon used in tho British New
Guinea gold fields. Ho was not
afraid of the cannibals, relying on
tho protection aiToided by British
Much interest is centered in (ho
expedition. When fairly start
ed at gold digging they will also ou
gago iu trading, becho do mor, am
bergris and other things being
among tho articlos thoy will handlo.
Mr. McCaulay was at ono timo own
er of the Union mine, Calavoras
county. Ho thinks ho can clear up
pretty well toward ?1,000,000 on his
own account during tho four years.
si,. b'iys: 1
Mr. It. II, Churchill
Jit Vernon, 'Wash.
An Honest Medicine
Kuoumntism Cured Health Built Up.
Mr. Churchill, formerly of Churclilll & Taylor,
urveion aim emi cngmr-cis, .n. vernon,
loinoformuiiyyc.'iis. When 1 cams
wad mv iinnio utr mil
horo Iliognn to bo afillcted all over with
And also pains in my back and n general feeling
of being used up. My business taKc mo out In
Urn elements all iho time, and I fount! injr-
seu uniu mr wurit. iieaiiing an aut cruse-
mcnt.ol Ilooa's barsnuarllla. ami learnlne
eiiicinov.ni uninnoumicti in
tills may lie nu lioucat mrilirlue. I took
nNotlmt tlin meilciiinv.nl unmnoum
my own State of Massachusetts 1 concluded
It and am so much improved that I am out
Hood's BE Cures
In all weathers and travel all clay with no
fatigue, and tired feeling. To any one that
feels bad all over I say take Hood's Sarsnnv
rilla. It has cured me." It. ll.CiicitciiiLL.
Hood's Pills euro Liver Ills. Jaundice,
IiUlousuoss, aiok Headache nud Constipation.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
iiimmer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs !
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light una Dark Ground Elftr-ta Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CHAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal aud Black;
FINK FIGURED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded it Plain Cliniiibrlc,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream it nil Iinby Bine,
Polkn Dot Musliui, Figured Irish Lavfns.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF-
Tho "Chicago" Ballet.
The dresses for the new bullet "Chi
cago," produced on Monday tit the
Alhambra (writes u London Uuly cor
respondent), ure roniurkiibly sump
tuous. There are dancers of every
nationality in characteristic cuHtunms.
The Highland reel is danced with
much spirit by a bovy of girls in loot-o
white skirls, green plaids kilts, and
velvet caps with a feather stuck juunt
ly through. The maids of Erin wear
loose green ribbons studded witli sil
ver nails and hanging knots of blmm
rock, whilst near the rosea of England
are two dashing Scottii-h standard
bearers, on whobu shields big thistles
are blazoned. The presiding guddexs
of the ballet, Chicago, is gorgeously
arrayed in a cori-olut of white, blue,
and red, studded with gold, and n
flowing undor drapery of while, il ek
ed with gold ami silver, A set of
dancing girls wear flowing mantles of
grey gauze, with big golden deuigns
and billowy underskirts of whilo mid
gold, The Bpunibh diincero, who
know very well now to "uirt a lan,"
havo charming drones of mauve butiu,
with purple velvet zouaves; whilst
tiieir cavalierH ure ult-o in the mime
two shades, with knotted flesh-coloured
sashes and big toreador hats of
uurnlo volvet lined with silver. When
ull tho duncers, who have cum. on in
small groups, join at the last iu the
mazy whirl, there is a wonderful
flush of colour; the flags of all ualioiih
ure waved to and fro, shields und
btuudurds aro upheld in the utr, anil
every colour of the rainbow is to 1m
seen on tho gaily-clatl dancer'.
Daily Jlullelin, 60 cents a month,
Line. Particulars) of tho interviow
will appear in to-morrow's issue.
Four stowaways havo been caught
on the S. S. Alameda by (he harbor
police aud one was caught this
morning on the S. S. Monowai. Ac
cording to law thoy woro returned
again, those on the Alameda being
sent homo on tho Monowai, aud vice
Notwithstanding inclement wea
ther tho concert by tho Hawaiian
National Hand at tho Hotel yester
day evoning was largely attended.
After the concert, which was com
plimentary to Captain Morso and
pasbongors of the S. S. Alameda, a
tlanco was given in tho patlor.
Rev. Thomas Spurgoon,son of the
famous preacher, was a passenger
on tho Alameda. He is on his way
back to London after his second vis
it to Auckland where he acted as
pastor of tho Baptist Tabernacle.
Mr. Spurgoon will probably fill his
lato father's pulpit for a time.
An item received by stoatnor at
Vancouvor is as follows;
"Tho American feoaling schooner
Anaconda put into Yokohama on
May 9th with five boats smashed
and. several sails carried away by a
storm. She picked up a boat's crow
of the British schooner Mermaid, re
ported lost, aud put them on board
tho schooner Jt. Eppinger of San
It was lately published in San
Francisco that the Mermaid at
Honolulu reported tho drifting
away of threo mon iu a bout. Pro
bably there was ti misunderstanding
as to whore the mon had parted
from tho vessel.
was jubilant over his success aud
used to boast about being able to
blow up tho whole town. Who re
surrected tho dangerous sticks can
not at present be determined, but
the authorities need not be at a loss
Tito P. Gr. guards aro removing
from tho Barracks to tho Palace
Tho National Band's Tour.
A letter was received from Mr. K.
Hopkins, advance atrout of the Ha
waiian National Baud, by tho S. S. j
Monowai this morning. Mr. Hop
kins states that lie was unable to
secure halls in San Francisco, as
thoy woio previously engaged. Ho
hail, however, eoni'liiiled arrange
ments for the band to exhibit in
Kioti City, Iowa, iu .Smitoiiihor and
October, "the poupl- l hero guaran
teeing tfUMK). Mr. Hopkins is ntill
trying to M't'tiiu hall iu other cities
in tho ,S tu ton.
Tho bet ship of all iu tho naval
parade International fi iorulnhip,
Timo will ehatiiio everything but
u eouutuifoit dollur. Jilmlm Gu:((te,
A Stranger Treated to a Dose of
P. O. Military Discipline.
During tho oxcitemont pursuant
to tho alarm for a firo' on Saturday
night, whilo people woro rushing
1km o and thore, a stranger, some
what nonplussed, wont up to ono of
the P. G. guards and asked him
what tho row was about. Tho guard
lowered his gun and pointed tho
bayonet within a fow inches of tho
stranger's stomach, at the same time
calling out, "Uot oil mit cto bayo
net !" Tho straugor was quite taken
aback and gently assured tho guard
that ho was not on tho bayonet at
all. The guard continued to toll
tho man to "get off mit do bayonet
vouco!" An otlicor arrived on the
scene and quelled tho obstroporous
guard's exclamations, and told tho
stranger that ho must not talk to a
guard whilo ho is on duty. Tho
straugor apologized aud told the
ollicer that lie was a lato arrival aud
had not just yot accustomed him
self to tho rules and regulations of
tho P. G. gunrds, although tho
guard might havo told him to movo
ou, instead of telling him to "got oil'
mit do bayonet."
Narrow Escapo of a Brig.
Tho brig John D.Sprookols, which
arrived early on May 21 at San Fran
cisco from Kahului with a cargo of i
o9S)8 bags of sugar, had a narrow es
cape from being wrecked near Point '
Diablo on tho Marin coast. Whilo
sailing into port tho wind went
down and a calm fell upon the
water. Tho brig drifted ou an obb ,
tide, with "no bottom" for tho nu-j
ehors to hold, close ou to tho rocky ,
shore. Luckily tho Italian Fishing i
Company' two steamers Golden i
Onto aiid Farragut, bemud for '
Drake's bay, came along nud rescued
tho bug from her dillieully. ,
Various Matters "Wills of John S.
Walker and James Oay.
Judero Whitinpr has granted tho
potition of Bruce Cartwright, ad
ministrator of tho estate of Eliza
W. Holt, docoased, to proceed with
the sale of real ostato formerly in
terrupted by judicial ordor.
After examining tho accounts of I.
Rubinstein, assignee of Tong Sing,
the Court orders his discharge on
filinc of tho receipts of creditors.
A similar ordor was made in tho
caso of the same assignoe iu tho
matter of Tai Lung, bankrupt.
C. Croightou and J. A. Magoon,
attorneys for Teresa Machado Mi
randa, havo filed a bill of oxcoptions
to her conviction of larcony.
TLo mattor of A. G. Corroa, ordor
to show cause, wont over to another
Tho will of the lato John S.
Walker, oxocutod on May 22, 18!)3,
was filed in tho Circuit Court to-day
by Hugh E. Mclnt.yre, who potitions
that it bo admitted to probate and
letters testamentary issue to hjinsolf
and Jano Walker, as oxocutor and
exocutrix named iu tho will. All of
the estate is devised to tho widow
and hor heirs for her and their solo
use and benefit forovor. The proper
ty as by the petition consists ot per
sonal ostato valued at SlO.OOO. Tho
hearing has been sot for July 3.
Hermann Foeko has filed a petition
to admit tho will of tho late James
Gay to probate, and to have letters
tostaniontary issue to the widow,
Ellon Mary Gay, and himself as the
oxiH'iitrix and executor named iu tho
will. Tho estate is personal, valued
tit !?20,(XK), and is devised to tno
widow for life, afterward to bo
shared among tho childiou. Tem
porary letters liavo boon issuou auu
tho hearing sot for July 3. Tho
will was oxocutod on May 25, 1893.
MINISTER FB.OM HAWAII.
Mott Smith Not Sure That He Is
Out of a Job.
Washington, May 23.--Dr. Mott
Smith, who until recently has been
tho recognized representative at
Washington of whatever Govern
ment thore may bo at Hawaii, has
roturued to tho city. Ho confirmed
the unofficial announcement that
Lorrin Thurston had been appointed
by tho provisional Government of
Hawaii its representative at Wash
ington. At the same time Dr. Smith
is iu a quandary. Tho United States,
in Dr. Smith's ooiuion. has never
officially recognized the provisional
Government now ruling Hawaii. It
is true that Minister Stoveus recog
nized tho now Government, but from
what Commissioner Blount hasmado
public it is difficult to understand
whothor the present administration
roiuur'ii'os dm provisional Govern
ment or not. Thoro is general bo
liof that Blount is now United States
j Minister to Hawaii, but the ap
pointment has never been officially
j promulgated. Dr. Smith, therefore,
i is at a loss as to his fttturo conduct.
I Ho proposes, howovor, whon Thurs
I ton arrives horo as tho now Minister
from Hawaii, to introduce him to
Secretary Greshatn as his successor
aud throw upon Grosham tho res
ponsibility of deciding whom tho
United States will rocognizo as Min
ister from Hawaii.
Fifty couts is a small doctor hill,
but that is all it will cost you to
euro any ordinary case ot rheuma
tism if vou use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Try it and you will bo Bur
..Bns' ir m
in- Piaida, Oheeka and. StripeB.
Come and seo the White Goods wo are selling nt 7, G and 5 yards (or $1.
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 1 like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
iu the future will be known as the
3VC. S. LETVY
OFKKKS A LIXK OF
TRUNKS :. AND .'. VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Nfeckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoos, Etc.,
Tho inulurMKUuil are prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
IN CONNECTION WITH THK STBAM
EKS OV THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of San SPra-noisoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of "M-w Zealand..
& Further particulars may ho had
Win. 8. IRWIN CO.
opuiar Keriuan Dry Goods Store,
751 fqMLStreet "7 5
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
. IE ZEIHIILiIEIRS Sc CO.
SO FORT STK.E3B3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VAHIETY
To Iot or IjoriBo.
NEW HOUSE OK KIVE
rooniH, on Magazine
street, with Jlatlirooiii, pat
ent W. C. eto. Commands
ono of tho liiifHt views in Honolulu. Apply
to lt77-tll J. M. VIVA
COTTAGE TO IjET.
ACOTTAOE TO LET ON
near Queen's Hospital; Six
Hooni-i. Hunt lo. Antilv
to L. ADUCU,
13 Nuiianu st., Hoot iV. Shoe Htore.
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COI.OUED-Just xttitabUi for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIG-UBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO CHOO PONG HE -GREAT NOVELTIES
Si.lk.alin and. Villa Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
5F Dressmaking Under Uio Management of MISS K. CLARE. J3
JUST ARRIVED: to
tirisod nt tliu i
Tho first application will qtiiot tho
prisod at tho prompt roliof itallbnls.
jumo. Ajiply to
ONE 1! LOOK. EROM HE
retania street ears, a
Cool and Convenient Cot-
tago in nix Kooinu, uirtro
Lot. Btahle anil Chicken Hon
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hard ware Co.'s store.
TO LET OR LEASE
rp Hi; COTTAGE AT NO.
JL 'MM KIiik street, lately
occupied hy Mr. M, K. livy,
roiitainllik'.S ISedromiis, 1'ar-
lor, DluliiK-rooni, Kitchen and lliithrouin;
Htahlu In yard; Artesian Water laid on.
1'or particulars and terms, npplv to
(113-tf at E. O. Hall .V bons'.
I'ER DARK "O. D. 11RYANT" I
OK AU. STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN THE LATEST I'ATTKKNH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the Latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
1 Kumislied House nt l'alama near Re
formatory School ( per Month.
1 Cottage on Ileretunia Street $25 ier
1 Cottage on lierctania Street 120 tier
1 Cottai;e on lierctania Street, opposite
3 Stores on Nuuami Street, near llere
Ilulldlng I.otrt mid 3
the road to Waikiki.
Fish Ponds on
limine and Ixt on lierctania street near
I'cnsaeola. I.ot 1XK) feet frontage und
1 10 feet deep.
AImo.ii Valimhlo Hloukof llriek Rttild
ingi in the heart of tho City.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
O. E. HOARDMAN,
pain, ou cont hot Mas lor Haio uy nu
doalorcj, BuiiHon, Smith & Co., nguutH
for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
vou ro au onto-
i An Unfounded
i niniL Thiiv tell inu
. irillllllltlll. Llll'll) l IJIIIK'tir .Mli Willi
dov ain't no truf in it. nidi du plain
U Methotlifit lihuroh is alwuz
buuu food uu.ll foil mo, tulip--Puck,
' TN AIllOKTlli: Ki'ltSlHUINO Kl'Nl)
X fertile New MuhiiiIii Temple, the wlven
, of the I'ri-e MiiMius of Honolulu will eUu a
Herlc of I.uiicIich und hold a wile of Fancy
Article-, at the Arllnulun Hilling Room on
lintel Street, heulimliiK .MllNDAY, Jllliu
i mh.ln..tlin; until FRIDAY, .ImiolHh, In.
elunive, hetwien tho lioum of Hs.'KJa. m.
i aud 'i o'rlock r. l. AdmUilon fee to
Iriiiimi i-Ou. All ure eordlaiiy invited,
lly order ul the C0MA1 lTTHH.
fvi 7rl " jV
TVrOTK'K IS HERHilY
1.1 given that the folluw
lug dcs-crilicil Animals will
In. kiiljl ul I'ttlilti. Amitliiii
onSATlMtDAY. June 17. 2l
lMl.'l. at 1- (('clock noon, at the lluveriiiueiit
Round at MaUiKh
1 Hay llorou hrauded "l.W" on right
1 limy Mure, legs all tihod, branded
EM" un left hilldlig.
I Heifer hruiided " ' un right hind leg.
Itf Duncis of iheahovii AlilmalH inut
hend In their elaiiiiH uitlilu I'.'dayn, uther
wi'0 they will he told on the data above
liumed. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, May W, 1WJ. 1M-l
FOR K.VI.K 11Y
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,
King street, opjio. CuMlo i; ('mike,
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Reeommended npeeially by ronuuis
bionor of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
- FOR SAKE II Y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(Next door to Morgan's auction room)
DR. GEO. H. HTJDDY,
... 3DE3STTIST ....
Oiiu-k! King iitreet nbovo Cullfornln
MrOi net: HoDimt 0 x, .
to 6 w M.-W&
60 a'.ntt u month,