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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa MlLl,.
f A.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu 8MS 1:45
Leave Pearl City t):30 2:30
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:57 2:57
Havo you got it yot?
piny noxt Saturdny.
Fooplo on tho othor islands havo
got tho tug-of-wnr crazo.
A. B. Sprcokols
tho S. S. China.
each ooruor of tho
is a pnssongor by
boon placod at
, o. B. n.
A.M. A.M. P.M.
LoavoEwaMIll 0:21 10:13 3:13
Leavo l'earl Oltv 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrlvo Honolulu..... 7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. bunuayB excepted.
D. Baturuaya excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1893.
Saturday, June 17.
Haw 4-masted sch Hawaiian Islos, Kustel,
10 days from Victoria, IJ. C, on routo
SusnAY, Juno 18.
S B Miike Maru, 13 days from Yokohama
Btmr Likelike from Maui
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Btmr Waialealo from Hamakua
Btmr James Makco from lyiual
Monday, June li).
8 8 China, Seabnry, 10J4 days from Hong
kong and Yokohama
Am 4-mast schr W H Talbot, Blulim, 39
days from Newcastle, NSW
Haw ship John
Haw 4-masted shi
Monday, June II).
Ena, Schnauor, for
Hawaiian Isles, Kus-
Largest Steamship in the Pacific
Crosses the Bar in Safety,
tel. for Australia
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku
leia, at 0 a m
Stmr Jas Makco for Kapaa
Stmr J A Cnmmins for Koolau
Strut Mokolii for Molokai
Vessels Iioaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudirie for Maul and Hawaii at
2 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai atiipm
Stmr Pele for Makaweli at a p in
Stmr Likelike for Maui
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr LikelikG 139 pkgs hides, 148 hogs,
170 bags bones, 447 bags potatoes, 204
bags corn, 3u bbls pol, 5d pkgs sundries.
ikabala 5159 bans suear,
rice, 82 bags pia, 12 bdls hides and
Stmr Makeo 50 bags rice, 2550 bags sugar
and 11 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, June
18 C H Bishop, wife and child, Mrs H
Meier and 3 children, A M Sproull, Q It
Ewart, W G Smith, A Oleson, Ogura,
Bhida and 100 deck.
From Maui per stmr Likelike, June 18
D Center, D Toomey, Mr McCartv, Adolph
Sprockets, G P Wilder and wife, G V
Smith and wife, A E Murphy and bride,
W S Nicoll, Miss B Cornwell, H Center, J
Burke, Sam Sing, A Rosa, J L Kauiukou,
M Koss, W O Aiken, G G Tiemann, Miss
M McLennan, Miss Hammond, Miss Ro
per, D Morton, H F Glade, U Bosse, Awana
and 130 deck.
Tho steamer Claudino will take the Ki
nau's route to-morrow, while the latter
will lay up for a general overhauling.
The American four-masted schooner W.
H. Talbot, Blu Inn master, arrived this
morning 39 days from Newcastle, N. S. W.,
with 1400 tons Greta coal for V. G. Irwin
fc Co. The schooner experienced line
weather all tho way, which accounts for
the fast passage. Captain Bluhm is an old
kamaaina, having been here before in the
tern V. S. Bowne.
THE SPKECKELS SINNER.
Elaborate and Unique Arrangements
and a First Class Menu.
Tho dinnor to be given at tho Ha
waiian Hotel to-morrow evening, by
Col. Claus Spreckels to his sou
Adolpho, who arrived by tho China
to-day, will bo an elegant affair, tho
French chef having been given a
carte-blancho by Col. Spreckels, to
provide tho very best dinnor possi
ble, A uniquo feature of the dinnor
will be its boing given in tho now
open lanai (adjoining the parlors)
which will bo partly shut in by flags
up to tho bannister railings, with
tho south end open toward the band
stand, to add effect with its colored
electric lights to tho scenery in tho
grounds. The lanai, which is decor
ated in Oriental stylo, will bo prettily
illuminated with colored Japanese
lanterns and electric lights, aud
festooned with streamers of mailo
and beautiful flowers. The parlors
will bo similarly decorated, and tho
entire parlors and lanai will bo re
served for the guests at the diuuer.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
play in tho baud pavilion. Tho
chief, Loon, says, ho is going to excel
all previous efforts on his mouu.
mm m tm
OPIUM ON THE OHINA.
Tho now building nt tho Quaran
tine Station was finished this after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Kckumano aro
thankod for a piece of thoir wodding
Hon. W. H. Lascollos was a pas
songor on tho S. S. China to-day for
this port. "
Tho P G. band will rxivo its remi-
lar weekly concort at Emma Square
Court Camoes A. O. F. will hold a
mooting to-morrow ovoning to con
sider proposod by-laws.
To-day is a gala day for Hawaii, as
tho S. S. China, drawing twouty-six
feet of water, ontorod port.
Thoro are four four-masted squaro
riggors in port tho China, Austra
lia, John Ena aud Hawaiian Isles.
Tho P. M. S. S. China will leave
for tho Coast at 5 o'clock this ovon
ing, tho mail closing an hour earlier.
Four Chinamen woro arrostod yes
terday by Captain Hookano and
Roundsman Kaapa for hitting tho
Five casos of drunkonnoss wore
disposed of in tho District Court to
day, fines of $2 oach boing levied in
Tho S. S. Miiko Maru arrived yes
terday from Japan with 1773 Japan
ese immigrants. Thoy wero lauded
to-da' in quarantine.
H. Hackfeld & Co.'s auction sale
will be continued to-morrow. It
will bo tho third and last day, so
hurry up aud secure tho bargains
A curious party whoso nnmo is
legion wants to know whether tho
Annexation Club is running Govern
ment offices? See Advertiser this
Five of tho China's passougers did
tho Pali in a waggonette and four
this morning. Tho ribbons wero
handled by J. Buckley iu truo pro
The following aro booked to leave
on tho S. S. China this ovoning for
the Coast: W. B. Oleson, W. It.
Barnes, Goo. Chappoll, Mr. and Mrs.
Ewarts, Chas. T. Wilder.
The S. S. China was flying a Roar
Admiral's flag this morning whon sho
came in. Rear-Admiral D. B. Har
mony, U. S. N., and wife woro on
board. Tho Admiral's stair woro also
Mr. W. F. Reynolds pt tho Goldon
Rule Bazaar received a Pan-American
machine, which is a combina
tion of a cabinet tablo and a ma
chine. It is a very pretty ornament,
as woll as useful.
A man named Andrew Brown fell
down in a faint on tho street yester
day. He was pickod up and convey
ed'to tho Police Station, where medi
cal assistance was given him. This
morning ho was considerably better.
Tho Hawaii Ponoi Dramatic Co.
will mako thoir fourth appearance
at tho Opera House on Saturday
ovonintr, July 1st, in a now historical
play, entitled "Tho Days of Kainoha
meha tho First." Tho company will
also appear iu a romance of "Kaui
pahu, tho Roval Hunchback." Full
particulars will appear in a fow days.
Tho Oddfellows and their familios
mot at Harmony hall yesterday after
noon, tho occasion being appropri
ate memorial oxorcisos in honor of
the deceased brethren. A literary
program was gone through, aftor
which they marched up to Nuuanu
Cemotory, tho lady members riding
in a wagouotto. At tho cemotory
Hon. W. O. Smith dolivorod au ad
dress. Mr. J. S. Walker will continue to
act, in placo of his lato fathor, as
agent for tho Royal Insurance Co. of
Liverpool. It may bo as woll to re
mind tho gonoral public that tho
Royal is by far tho strongest lire in
stitution in tho world, and in its
dealings horo with insurers it has al
ways been characterized by fairness
and promptness in settlement of
Her Entrance lo Port is Signalized by
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
forsafo keeping 71,000 00
Road Board fund in Treasury 28,791 53
School Board fund in Treasury 799 15
Avallablo cash as above , . . , . 40,173 43
Total cash In Treasury $ 303,001 11
Minister Smith arrived whilo tho
report was boing road.
Ministor Damon had, as announced
nt last mooting, solicited tho aid of
Colloctor-Gonoral Castle and his
subordinates at tho Custom Houso,
iu obtaining n statement of tho
dutios paid on goods othor than
Amorican for tho past fivo years, a
period covoring timo boforo and
since tho McKinloy bill. Tho vnluo
of foreign spirits for that poriod
was $371,018.01) and of gonoral mer
chandise $733,751.37, or a total avor-
ogo ol about $vttu,yiju or t5,iiy,uu
iu twenty yoars. Estimating tho
public'dobt at $3,250,000, tho intorosts
for fivo yoars at G percent would
bo S975,0O0. Provided tho debt was
funded at 3 porcont for tho remain
ing 15 yoars, tho amount would bo
PRESENT TO A PRESIDENT.
Tho P. M. S. S. China, W. B. Soa
bury commander, was tolophoned as
ton miles off at 4:10 o'clock this
morning. As arrangements had boon
m ado for tho fiuo largo stoamor to
coino into port everything was a
bustle on tho city front. Through
tho courtesy of Dr. Trousseau a
Bulletin roportor was allowed the
privilego of going out in tho doctor's
launch to moot tho groat liuor off
port. Tho China was mot out
side tho Boll buoy noar tho ship
John Ena at G o'clock, aud Captain
Soabury's ruddy countenance poopod
oyer tho rail. "Hollo, doctor?" woro
his first words, '"I'm cominir. inl" As
sho showed a clean bill of health tho
steamer was allowed to como into
Dr. Trousseau had received in
structions from Prosidont Dolo yes
terday ovoning that should tho China
bo sighted early this morning sho
was to bo detained outside until 8
o'clock, when tho P. G. band would
soronado her on tho tug Elou aud a
salute would bo fired by tho battery.
Tho steamor waited a fow minutes
outside when tho tug with Hon. J.
A. King, Minister of tho Interior, on
board, was seen coming out, and
then tho China headed into port.
She crossed the bar at 6:30 o'clock,
drawing twenty-four feot of water. A
fow minutes later a saluto of twonty
ono guns was fired from tho shore bat-
tony as tho ocean lmor passed tho
lighthouse. Tho China responded
with weird blasts from her syren
whistle. Tho China docked at the
Pacific Mail wharf at 7:15 o'clock.
Thoro woro ninoty-ono Chineso
aud elevon Japanese aud four cabin
passengers on UoarQ lor this port.
Tho China has also a largo list of
passengers in transit, tho majority
heading for tho World's Fair.
Tho China was built on tho Clyde
in 1889 by tho Fairfield Ship Build
ing Co. Her gross tonnage is 4910
and not tonnage 3101. Sho is 410.1
feot" long, 48.1 feot beam aud 32.8
feot dopth of hold. Tho China is
just 17J foot longer than tho City of
", m am
Regular Semi-Weekly Meeting of
Tho somi-weokly general session
of tho Executivo and Advisory Coun
cils did not open until 2:45 O'clock
this afternoon. President Dolo aud
colleagues woro lato on account of
being guests on board tho steamer
China at luncheon. Present: Min
isters Dolo (President), King and
Damon; Councillors Emmoluth, Al
len, Watorhouso, McChosney, Tou-noj-,
Young, Bolto aud Mondonca.
Ministor Damon presented tho
.weekly financial statement as fol
lows: Financial Statement fou the Week
Enmmi Ju.nk 17, lb93.
Current account balance June 10,
1MJ.1 9,8fl8 31
Interior Department 2,550 00
Customs Iteccipts 7,077 95
Fines.etc H73 00
I S. V. Consul fees 165 UO
Water 200 00
Brands, etc 02 00
Electric Light 500 00
Taxes 197 I W
Crown Landb 1,050 00
Five Tins Captured in tho Third
Edw. Dovauchollo made a capture
of fivo tins of opium iu tho pockets
of J. W. Dill, third ongiuoor of tho
P. M. S. S. China, at tho Pacifio mail
wharf this morning. Dill dressed iu
uptown clothes walked out, passed
tho Customs guard and mooting a
friend roturuod on board. He cumo
ashore again a second timo aud
walked -past tho saino guard. Dill
mot another friond and wont on
board tho stoamor. In a fow min
utes ho appeared again at tho galo
-whou Dovauchollo decided to bearch
him. Fivo tins of opium rewarded
his search. Dill was turned over to
Port Surveyor Sanders, who in turn
gavo him over to tho Marshal. A
bond of $1000 is required boforo Dill
can resume his duties on tho Chum.
Some people say ho was loolish iu
passing in and out with tho opium
in his possession, but who knows but
himsolf that it may uot havo boon
tho first time,
Bureau of Snrvey
Public Works '.
Board of Health
i Finance, salaries
General Expenses, P. (J
Road taxes to special deposit.
School taxes " ' . . . .
PLYING THE HAWAIIAN FLAG.
Two of the Handsomest Vessels Ever
Como Hero Anchored Off Fort.
A largo numbor of poplo wont
down to tho city front yesterday to
look at the finonow Hawaiian stool
ships, John Ena and Hawaiian Islus,
lying at anchor outside. Thoro was
a Heavy suri rolling tuning tno day
and tho ships could be plainly soon
bobbing up and down, Both aro
painted with lampblack ami presont
a very prim appearauco, not a speck
of whito boing visiblo on oithor of
thorn, Tho John Ena made tho
passago from tho bound in sixteen
days, whilo tho Hawaiian Isles took
niuetoon days to cover tho distauco,
Tho John Ena has a larger carrying
capacity than tho Hawaiian Isles,
having carriod 4100 tons of coal
from Nanaimo to San Francisco,
whilo tho othor has carried about
Tho vessels uro not rigged tho'
same. Tho Hawaiian Isles has sin- I
glo top-gallant sails, and carries sky- ;
sails, while tho Johu Ena has double '
top-gallaut sails, aud carries nothing
abovo tho royals, They aro both I
built, as far as spurs and sails are
concerned, with a view to fcoiioiny j
a suit of sails mado to fit one sot i
of yards will lit the corresponding
yards on either mast thus requir
ing but tin oxtni btiit of sailh for ouo
uiaat to bo carried, The ships emtio
lioro to perfect thoir Hawaiian re
gistry, boing to a largo extent owned
iu tliobo inlands,
Current account balance $
Trtahiu y balance ubovo dute
. 151 18
. 100 00
. 694 79
. J5 50
. 113 60
, . 180 25
, 229 09
. 319 85
. 28 00
. 20 00
Outstanding Bonds ....
Treasury mid 1. G. notes. .
! Due 1'. S. Bank
This amount of $ 141,97.1 15 was
paid from goueral revenue
iu tho treasury to carry on
public improvements un
der Hee, 2 to date and all
receipts from talu of bonds
under loan of lb'M pass into
general cush us ollVcts until
this debt is cancelled.... $
Less bonds, Act of 1893, bold
$ 102,973 10
Amount due 1'. (1. Bank from
advances fiomgeucrul rev
enue to cover excess ol
withdr.iwulii over receipts 37,521 30
I 140,191 70
i'. . ham: memo.
Due depositors. $ 60:1,01109
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing June, July, Augnstand
(lash on hand . 8,783 09
t'KUVISIONA!. (lOVEIINMKNT MEMO,
Dxpeiifccs I'rovitlniml Govern
ment to date ... $
This iiuiouu covers all expenses Includ
ing inillttir.v nm) others not apprupi luted
by the lust legislature.
$1,462,500. Principal aud interest
would therefore amount to 55,(87,
500 in twonty 3roars, so that tho re
venue from duties without counting
any increase would pay off all tho
debt with interest and leave a sur
plus of $731,700. This shows how
tho United States would como out
of tho assumption of our debt. It
remained to soo whether aud how
our local expenses could bo met in
tho ovout of annexation, and he
thought ho could prepare a state
ment to show how that could bo
On motion of Mr. Watorhouso tho
report wns accopted.
Prosidont Dolo road two reports
from Uol. bopor. Julius Asch was
elected first lieutenant of Co. A iu
placo of J. A. McCaudless, and W.
(J. Wilder, Jr., as captain ol tho bat
tery company in placo of C. T. Wil
der. Rov. H. W. Pock, Y. M. C. A.
secretary, had hold sorvicos before
92 ollicors and men at tho Judiciary
building on Suuda-, and introduced
his successor, Mr. Corbett. A na
tional saluto was fired this morning
for the stoamor China. Tho old
muzzle-loading cannon at Kakaako
woro of no use to the Government,
and should be sold to tho Honolulu
Iron Works to bo brokon up. Re
ferred to miscellaneous committee
T. B. Murray had resigned as second
lieutenant of Co. A, and hi? resigna
tion should be accepted. Referred
to military committee.
Air. ISmmeluth proontod n resolu
tion to the c fleet ilmi Mr. Noidholi,
correspondent of the New Yoik Herald,
lud tent (o his paper an untrue state
ment that a majority of tliu Councils
had signed putilioiib for tliu lottery,
and then sought induction of the
American Minister to escape giving
au account of his statement t the
Councils ; that Mr. NordliofT had since
repeated his false statements in the
Herald; therefore re-olved, that these
Councils declare said statements to
be false, us no members of Councils
had signed lottery petitions, and re
bolved that Mr. Nordholl lias earni'd
the contempt of these Councils.
Minister J union h.nd while every
thing might bo truo in the resolution,
he did not believe it was n sound
thing to try to oppose a newspaper.
A newspaper was an absolute neeus
Mty and its false statements were
quickly found out by its readers. It
was not advisable to take action at
Mr. Tennoy agreed with Mr Damon.
Mr. Emmoluth returned to tho
subject, quoting from tho headings
of a lato iottor of Mr. Nordhoff, ouo
of which was, "Trying to Silence tho
Herald." Ho thought it was not a
matter that should go unchallenged.
Ho asked if there was any truth in
tho statement that the American
Government had declared tho stand
taken by Ministor Blount in that
case was not corrects
President Dolo I have no information.
Mr. Emmoluth would not havo
niontionod it only ho had hoard it
from roliablo authority.
Mr. Tennoy from his newspaper
reading was satisfied tho Now York
and New England papers would set
tle tho statements of Mr. Nordhoff.
Mr. Young was sorry tho matter
had como up, as thoy could not sup
port tho resolution. Whilo Mr. Nord
hoff had not acted tho part of a
gentleman it was not worth their
whilo to fight him. Let dog eat dog
among tho newspapers.
Minister Smith saw no impro
priety in expressing their opinion
oven if thoy did not pass tho resolu
tion as a whole. Mr. Nordhoff had
not acted tho part of a gontloman
but that of a coward. His state
ments wero uutruo, wrong, unjust,
and these Couucils should resent
them. That he should meet his re
ward from other sources did not re
lievo them of their duty to condemn
him. His conduct had douo them
harm. It was orainontly (it 'that
they should resent his uutruo aud
cowardly statements, lio was a
stranger and was going from them,
but thoy should take occasion to
condemn his course.
Mr. Emmoluth read extracts from
tho luteal letter of Mr. Nordhoff, in
cluding a statement that twenty
signers of lottery petitions wore now
employees of tho X'. G.
Mr. Tommy remarked that very
likely there wore twenty of tho peti
tioners in the employ of tho Gov
ernment. President Dolo could not put tho
resolution, as it had no bocoiidor.
Mr, Tonnoy moved a resolution
that only ouo meeting of Coiyicils
bo hold iu a week, and that at 10 a.
in. on Thursday. Carried.
Mr. Smith, iu reply to an inquiry
by Mr. iMuuioluth about tho new
building at quarantino which tho
questioner thought was not consist
ent with tho Into streak of economy
explained that the building was
necessary iu tho interest of tho pub
lic health. It not only provided for
the present emergency, but for all
probable necessities iu the future.
At 3:20 tho Councils went into ex
ecutivo session, President Dolo hav
ing aiiuouiieud business for such.
Maui Racing Association Romombors
Mr. R. D. Wfclbridgo hns boon pro
sontodby tho Maui Racing Associa
tion with a massivo solid silver lov
ing cup beautifully embossed and
ongrnved with tho following inscrip
tion, "Presontod to Mr. R. D. Wal
bridgo by tho Maui Racing Associa
tion. May G, 1893.'; Mr. Walbridgo
latoly had to decline, on account of
doparturo, ro-oloction as President
of tho Association, a position he had
ably filled for six years. Tho cup is
onclosod in a handsome jfreou plush
case. Accompanying tho beautiful
tokon was tho following address:
Kahumji, Maui, May 27, 1893.
Hon. R. D. Waldriuoe, Honolulu.
Dear Sir Tho officers and mem
bers of tho Maui Racing Association
take groat pleasure in presenting
you with accompanying littlo sou
vouir, as a slight tokon of their
estuom and affection for you; aud iu
recognition of j-orrl ng aid faith
ful sorvico as Prosidont of tho Asso
ciation. Dooply regretting that forco of
circumstances has severed tho rela
tions which' never havo boon other
wise than the most cordial and ploas
N. S. SACHS
BSO P'ort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground Eilccts Pretty Patterns;
SOLTD COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and Black;
PINE KIGUKKD MUSLINS IN NDW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
aut, thoy herewith desire to express
their warmest wishes for 3our future
happinoss, wolfaro and prosperity
wherever fato may load you and
hopo somo day to wolcomo j'ou back
Wjl. H. COIINWELL,
L. M. Vetlesen,
E. B. Caiilet,
A. F. Hopko, C. H. Broad, W. T.
Robinson, Executive Committee.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Is famous as a
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Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
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Famous for tho relief it affords
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Medicine for children.
Try it. 50 cent bottles for sale by
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho
Brocaded it Plain Chambrics,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and Baby
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF-
Figured Irish Lawn.
U. S. Ministor Blount with his
stenographic secretary, Mr. Mills,
hold a prolonged conference with
tho Cabinet this forenoon. This is
believed to furnish tho executive
business for secret session of tho
Councils this afternoon.
In. Plaicls, Oheoks a.nd Stripes.
Cfe- Come and seo the White Goods wo aro selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc.,
Laces and Embroideries !
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
CtP Fire risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
J. S. WI-iKEiR.,
7f!-:iiii Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Quick Relief and Pcrfoct Cure
3yE. 3. LEVY
Just Opened a Large Line
Mr. O. S. PatrtcTi
Ml. Mil DASH I.N IIIKASCIIY.
Outitiindlni; corlillcatot ..$ IMS.ukI 00
Cubli on hand to redeem eertl
,t Zi,W Irt
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tism that I could loarcnly moie. I used a ercat
many remedies Tvhlch did me no good. A frlnd
presented ine a bottle of Hood's Harstparllkt,
which I began to tako. Tho relief was quick
and two bottles cured me completely. I author.
lie tho uso of my lumo and portrait In rocom
menulng Hood's Sarsuparllla, for I think It a
very v.ilualilo medicine. I recommend It to all
who may be aflllcted with rheumatism or old
fever sores, as I know ot a lady In Oakland who
has beeu cured of ulcers by tlilt wonderful med
icine" 0. 11. Patiiick, No. S05 California St.
Stockton, California. Get HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 256.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hnwniian Islands.
HOUSES AND CATTLE FOB SALE.
FORTY HEAD OF EACH
ruuiilut; on tliu Lauds
ot iionoKauua, .tniucpai unit
MRS. MARY SILVA,
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern j
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
KINDS OF BELTS,
The Popular -ft
opular ureraan Dry Goods
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
ALL PARTIES DESIRING TO (10 TO
Wniakeakua Kails iu Muuoa Valley
are hereby requested to obtain a permis
sion from the undersigned, otherwise they
will bo prosecuted fur treHpuss if found on
the nreiulhcs without such permission.
JAS. II. UOYD,
ut the Laud Olllee, Hunreiiie Court lluild
iug. Honolulu, June 17, 1 S'J.J. 7.V-tf
IB. IF. ZEIHIILjIEIIRS &c GO.
8S FORT STRiHElT.
Chenile Portieres & Snlyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIM;TY IN WHITE and COI.ORED-Just suitable for this clliuoto.
KNOTTED SWISS A very nretty lino; entirely new.
FIG-UBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WTDTH
KOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Sllltallrx and Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
EST Dressmaking Under the Hanaaemont o! MISS E. CLARK. J
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Aftor shaving um Ciiuuiiiliur Shin
1'onii:. Jiuiisoii, Smith & Co., Ayonta.
Sunburn ruliovoil nt onuo by Cu
iiuiiiburToulu, Houson, Smith & Co.,
Grand Masquerade !
AT THE REQUEST QK SEVERAL
1'roinlnuul Ladles uud Gentlemen
who took nart iu the ball which was elven
last nioutli, another Musiiuuriidu will be
ylven nt the Armor on SATURDAY
EVENING. June 21th, It will be (dvuii
under tliu direction of the i-iium committee
who conducted tltti Iutt ball, Everything,
will bo done to immru a i;ood time to those
who attend. The proceeds will lie applied
to tlm Transportation ot an Invalid to his
home mid the balance will be uiveu to u
Uidles' Charitable hoelety. Doors open
at K o'clock.
rtr- TICKETS f. Tickets can be had
at llolllster A Co., IIcmmiii, Smith ,1- Co.,
ilohrun, Newman A Co,, Hawalluu Nowh
The Daily JMUiin it dHhrml by
Mrriert for 60 cents ptr month.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
a A , ., , , , . A . - ..
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
I'OII TDK A HOVE TOUT ON
Wednesday, June 21st,
Tliu undersluned are now iiruiin
Issue '1 liroiiL'h Tickets from this ch v to all
Eunilsheil Rooms with or without
board; pood location.
1 Furnished House at Palama near Re
formatory School i per Month.
I Cottage on Beretuuiu Street 125 per
I Cotuiee on Bcretaula Street, opposite
3 Stores on Nuuanu Street, near Uereu
re now prepared to
points iu tliu United States,
For further particulars regarding KroMit
or PnsNUjje apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
73'-'- General Agents.
Fish Ponds on
tho road to Walkikl.
Ihm.-uund Ixjt on Beretunla street near
PeiiMuolu. Ijt aw feet frontago mut
1 IU feet deup.
Also, u Valuable Block of Brick Build
ings iu tliu heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano Tor Salo.
P. M. WAKEFIELD,
AUOIINKV AMI OoU.NHfcU.oli AT IW.
Temporary ollleo with Mr. , W. Ashford.
Murchttiitiit.laoiiolulul II. I,
60 cent a montht ,JW
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
0 nor.: llorutanla street near Eiiinm.
OrncK Hoi'm: 0 a. u. to6 r, x,-
' 4iSL?WJ- fi Sv Js J i- v.
L i.jfla; -t,