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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FllOM AND AFTEU JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Honolulu 8:15 1:45
Leave Pearl City 0:30 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill (1:21 10:43
Leavo l'earl City (1:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays oxcoptotl.
D. Saturdays excepted.
LOCAL AND QENEBAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 12 noon. Weath
er, hazy; rainy; wind, light north
oast. Heavy winds prevail in Kau.
Thoro was a little rain Saturday and
J. I. Sylva, photographer, is with
tho party exploiting tho summit of
Thoro will bo n cricket matqh on
tho old baseball grounds at 3 o'clock
THEY GET NO BAIL.
Neither Arc tliej Allowed the
Privilege of a Hearing.
TI DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1893.
Saturday, June 21.
Stnir Iwalani from Kauai
Satuhiuy, Juno 24.
Schr Llhollho for Waianao
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stnir Hawaii for Hawaii
Stnir Waialealc for Haiuunaulu
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
Bktne Klikitat, from Puger Sound, due
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, duo July
Ger bk J (3 Pfluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
The P. G. baud sorouadod Admi
ral Skorrottat tho McGrowrosidonco
Tho Japanoso immigrants by tho
S. S. Miiko Maru woro roloasod from
Tho Miiko Maruwill sail for Yoko
hama on Tuesday, 27lh hist. W. G.
Irwin & Co. are tho agents.
Crescents and Hawaiis on tho dia
mond this afternoon. Tho P. G.
band will bo in attoudanco.
Tho Crown jowels caso was re
manded in tho District Court this
morning until Wednesday next.
Tho cannons from tho ahoro bat
tery have boon removed to tho Ex
ecutive building, Palacj grounds.
Tho U. S. S. Adams will leavo
early Monday morning for targot
practice, and will return iu about a
Dr. Lutz, with his wife, Sistor Rose
Gortrudo, aro now living at Sao
Paulo, Brazil, whore they aro ongag
od in medical work.
Mr. Walter Hill was in town to
day in a hack. Ho has fully recover
ed his health. His many friends
gathered around him in a ilock.
A lieutenant from tho U. S. cruisor
Boston camo ashoro last night, aftor
reading tho item in yustorday's Bul-
Appearance in Court of tho Men Charged
The steamer Likeliko will be due from
Maui to-morrow morning.
The Japanese, steamer Miike Maru fin
ished discharging her cargo yesterday
afternoon, and moved out in the stream.
ONE ON ROWELL.
Gibbs Puts Up a Joke on tho Super
intendent of Public Works.
W. E. Rowoll, Superintendent of
Public Works, was fooled nicoly by
Gibbs, the painter, this afternoon.
Rowoll was coming along iu his
buggy when Gibbi asked him if ho
cared to sell his horse. Rowoll said
he would like to, but didn't think
anybody would buy tho auimal.
Gibbs exclaimed, "I'll give you 55
for him!" "You can have him." re
plied Rowoll. "Get off then!" ordered
the painter. Rowoll got off unhar
nessed the horso and tied ono of tho
reins around tho1 animal's neck.
Gibbs took tho rein and handed it
to a native to hold. Ho then took
Rowoll into tho Union Saloon.
When tho contracting parties ar
rived in the saloon Gibbs asked
Cunha if ho would endorse a note
for fifty-fivo dollars. Cunha replied
that ho did not do that kind of busi
ness. Rowoll becoming impationt
turned around to Gibbs and said,
"I thought you had tho cash!"
"Never mind, lot's have a driuk,"
was Gibbs rejoinder, but Rowell de
clined tho invitation.
Gibbs then invited himself to a
At this juncture Rowell tumbled
to the fact that he had been taken
in by the painter. Ho went out on
tho road and harnessing up his horso,
drove off. A numbor of persons who
were present enjoyed tho joko im
mensely. Battleship Improvements.
Tho Navy Department of tho
United States is advisod that tho
Frouoh naval architects have em
bodied in their latest plans for a
battleship a system of protected tops
that will afford a position of superior
accommodation to tho commanding
officers. Details that have reached
tho Navy Department hero show
that these miniature steel fortresses
at tho mast tops, in addition to an
equipment of machine-guns, aro now
being fitted out with speaking-tubes,
connections with tho engine bolls,
and finally with a wheel which will
enable tho ollicor in tho top to steer
tho vessol from that position. Groat
strategic advantages aro supposed to
bo made available from this arrange
ment, as it will enable tho ollicor di
recting tho movomonts of tho vessel
to see perfectly ovor tho donso cloudb
of powder smoko that hang around
tho vessol duriiig an qctivo engage
ment, and also in certain cases to see
.abovo a low-lying fog.
Chamborlain's Cough Remedy
Is famous as a
Curo for novoro colds.
Famous as a
Proventivo of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Provontivo and cure for croup.
PamoiiH for the relief it allords
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Medicine for uhildnm.
Try it. 60 cent bottles for sale by
liuiiHon, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the
letin, looking for '
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. has
its usual Saturday's sermon in this
issue. Head it from top to bottom;
you cannot fail to got somo fresh
pointers from it.
Two native women woro sontonced
to pay a fine of SI and bo imprison
ed at hard labor forty-eight hours
each for pulling each other's hair at
tho Bay View Resort.
Sam Kipu, tho young man who
eloped with Papa Aneko's lifteen-year-old
daughter and was arrested
for conspiracy, was discharged this
morning, tho father of tho girl drop
ping tho prosecution.
A mooting of tho Hawaiian Mis
sion Children's Society will bo hold
this evening at 7:30 o'clock at tho
residonco of Dr. E. G. .Beckwith.
Tho president's annual address will
bo road. A full attoudanco is re
quested. Tho Sunday evening Gospol meet
ing at tho Young Men's Christian
Association will bo led to-morrow
evening at 0:30 o'clock by Mr. C. B.
Riploy, President of tho Association.
A cordial welcome is oxtondod to
Tho Duko of Newcastle may bo
expected hero about tho middle of
July. Ho is a photographic crauk
and is accompanied by Gambior
Bolton, a professional photographer I
who is well-known by his studios of
wild animals taken iu tho London
Pooplo who have giound, in largo
or small tracts, to oncioso snouiu
have a look at tho samples of locked
wire fence at tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s store. Garden tools,
lawn mowers, and other indispensa
ble articles aro also mentioned in
their column to-day.
Rooms to let with board at Ilaui
'Root Beer ou draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mut ual Telephone GS2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ollico from King street
to Borotauia street, near Emma.
V. 11. Bousou, piano unci organ J
tuner, lias returnou lrom Kauai and
may bo found at the Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Tho District Courtroom was three
quarters full this morning wheu
Magistrate Foster called the caso of
Messrs. Walker, Sinclair and Crick.
Atlornoy-Gonoral W. O. Smith,
prosecuting in person, road tho fol
lowing chargo to tho defendants:
"That T. B. Walkor, Archibald
Sinclair and E. C. Crick, at said Ho
nolulu, within three months, woro
guilty of tho critno of conspiracy by
maliciously and treasonably conspir
ing and concerting togothor, and
conspiring and concerting with
others to the alliant unknown, to
overthrow and put down and destroy
by force tho Provisional Government
of tho Hawaiian Mauds, and to lovy
war against said Provisional Govern
ment and to oppose by force tho
authority thoreof, and by forco to
seize, take and possess certain pro
perty of said Government, to wit,
tho Government building now occu
pied by tho Executive Council of
said Government, contrary to tho
atititnritv of tho same."
Aftor reading tho chargo tho At-tornoy-Gonoral
asked for a continu
ance of tho healing until Tuesday
or Wednesday, stating that ho was
unable to go on with it now.
Chas. Croighton, counsel for tho
defense, opposed a continuanco un
less bail was allowed. Tho punish
ment for tho offenso was a fiuo of
not less thau 500 nor more than
$5000, or imprisonment for six
months to two years, or both fino and
imprisonment. Ho Submitted tho
circumstances of tho arrest and sub
sequent events. Tho defendants
woro locked up, and not oven their
nearest relatives woro allowed to seo
them. Counsel himself had not been
allowed to confer with his clients.
Ho had asked tho Marshal whothor
ho could seo them, being their coun
sel, and was denied; ho asked if thoy
would bo allowed bail, and was also
refused. Couusol seut tho following
missive to the Marshal:
Mr. Croighton said it was most as
tounding that tho Court had no
power to allow bail in tho matter.
Ho asked if tho Act of 1892 had boou
ropoalod. -If not, and ho was not
awaro that it had, thon tho Court
had tho right and powor to grant
bail. Tho Executivo Council had
roducod tho country to a state of
despotism similar to Russia, in fact,
it wont ono bettor. Was tho Attornoy-Gonoral
going to dig up somo
evidence, and aro thoso men going
to wait until ho did sot Woro wo in
tho days whou ono man is censor,
and an officor prosecutes defendants
actuated by political roasons? It
was shameful and a glaring disgraco
iu tho oyos of tho world.
J. A. Magoon, who assisted Mr.
Croighton for tho defense, wanted
tho trial to procood this morning.
Tho P. G. Council may have passed
a law making tho offenso unbailable,
but it did not pass a law prohibit
iticr a iudiro from enforcing trial. It
was an injuslico to defendants. If
tho prosecution was not ready to
prosocuto tho caso tho men should
not havo boon arrested.
Mr. Smith statod that tho proso
cution is not to bo conipollod to
trial. Act 88 of tho P. G. made an
amondmont to tho Act of 18U2 which
Mr. Croighton had cited. Ho ro
nowod his request for a continuanco
to Tuesday or Wednesday.
Mr. Croighton cited that tho At-tornoy-Gonoral,
under tho now P. G.
law, had tho liberty of ovory man in
tho country in his hands. Tho Court
had a porfect right to grant bail or
Magistrate Foster found that un
der Act 38 of the P. G. neither tho
District, Circuit nor tho Supremo
Court had tho authority vested in
them to allow bail, and ho
could not interfere with tho law.
Ho would continue hearing at tho
request of counsel to Wednesday
Mr. T. R. Walkor, British Vico
Consul, was an interested spectator
during tho argument. Tho three
men looked composed, not appear
ing to havo lost any sloop.
Chas. (Jroightou corresponded
with Major J. H. Wodohouso, Bri
tish Minister, this morning, com
plaining of his not boing allowed to
see tho alleged conspirators without
tho Marshal or Deputy Marshal bo
At 1:30 o'clock this afternoon
Marshal Hitchcock entered Creigh
ton's law ollico and stated that any
time ho wished to see tho prisoners
ho was at liberty to converse with
them without anyono olso being
And Catarrh In tho Hoad
ITr. 7. X. Tucker
"I foci that it h ImposMblo for me to say too
much In favor of Hood's Sarsarllla. 1 was
n great sufferer from Impure blood and Catarrh
In my head. Job's comforters failed to comfort
mo, and 1 suflerod fiom numerous boiU
Agony Coyontl Description.
When I began to take Hood's Sarsaparllla I had
six of them, only four of lilch camo to a head,
and slnco then, thanks to this good mcdlcluo, I
havo been freo from this great affliction. I
f .lined 1 1 pounds In three weeks. The Catarrh
n my head w hlch has troubled mo for j ears lias
also boon cursd by Hood's Sarsuparllla and I
N. S. SACHS
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
iiimmer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs !
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light and Dark Ground Klleets Pretty Patterns;
SOLI D COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Croutn, Light Blue, Cardinal and Mack;
FINK KIGUUKD MUSLINS IN NKW DKSIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Hood's :- Cures
am enjoylnc good general health. I eamostly
recnmiuciiu norms Mirsaparina io an nno aro
afflicted." 'W. L.
HOOD'8 PILLS euro all Liver Ills, Hlllous
ncss, Jaundice, IniHuesllon. bide Headache
1IOHKON, XKWMAN .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island.
For Yokohama Direct !
The Nippon Yu-en Knisha'.s Al Steamer
Will leave for the above ports on
Tuesday, June 27, 1893
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
OfFor Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Scotch Ginghams, Uroeadcd ,V Plain Cliatnlirios,
Lidcr-down in Pink, Cream and Baby
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLKTH ASSORTMENT OK
Figured Irish Lnwn9.
WBITB -:- GOODS
In. Flalds, Olieoks and. Stripes.
Y&- Come mid seo the White Goods wo nro Belling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1. -"WS
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
G. IIiTcncocic, Esq..
Messrs. T. B. Walkor, E. C. Crick
and A. Sinclair have boou arrested
for coiibpiiacy to ovorthrow tho Pro
visional Government. "Will you
kindly inform mo what tho amount
of bail is, and if hail is not allowed,
please inform mo by what author
ity aud by whoso orders.
Attorney for defendants.
.Subscribe or the Daily JtulUlin, CO
sfenti per month.
Edwin Booth, the Groat Actor, in
Having lost money in tho Mel
bourne engagement Booth decided
to return to San Francisco. Ander
son aud Joe Boo accompanied him,
togothor with a few minor players.
They stopped on tho way at Hono
lulu and remained thoro two months
barn storming. Thoy played ''Bichard I
111." and tho "Lady of Lyons." Boo
was young and beautiful, aud iu de
fault of a loading lady acted ti
the marshals reply.
Honolulu, Juno 23.
1:15 p. in.
Chas. CnciaiiTOX, Esq.,
Your favor of to-day is just to
hand and contonts having my caro
ful attention. I would, in answor
to vour iuauiries, state:
No bail will at prosout bo allowed
for either of tho parties mentioned
I am acting under instructions
given me, iu this matter, by His Ex.
W. O. Smith, Attorney-General.
E. G. Hitchcock,
Marshal, H. I.
Ho did not havo an intorviow with
thoin this morning, and ho termed
tho proceeding an outrage. It was
not prosecution but persecution and
personal spite on tho part of the
learned Attornoy-Gonoral. Couusol
referred to tho law passed by the 1'.
G. Councils, and stated that it was
for just such casos as thoso that it
was enacted. Woro thoy back iu
tho days of tho inquUition when
men woro thrown into tho Bastille at
tho signal of ono man, or woro thoy
in tho davs of tho lDth century?
Tho present proceedings wore un
heard of. The Attorney-General was
tho Grand Inquisitor and at any
moment an' man can bo thrown
into prison when ho says so. If
thoso men wore not allowed bail it
would lead to more prosecution and
n constant haninning of people,
which would make it tho black spot
iu Hawaiian history. Counsel sub
mitted in common decency that de
fendants be allowed bail or that tho
trial proceed. Why should these
men lie locked upon a trumped-up
charge, as this appears to bo? Tho
a loading lady acted tno
pari oi rami o as won as uio ro eo , f -, t arrested yesterday,
Lady Anno, They woro so poor that in. .. .. Atlorilov.ao'i did not
thoy all had to sleep iu hammocks
riggod up near a miserable hall
which thoy called a theatre. Booth
himself went about and pasted pos
ters on tho foncos -not to save es
pouse, but because he found thai
I tin linfivfi Imvs wiiom lie had iim-
ployod to do this work ate tho paste t
(which was poi) and throw away tho
play bills. .V, ''. lixuminer.
Of Courso Jfou Road
The tontiinouials frequently pub
lished iu this paper relating to '
Hood's Sarsaparilln. They aro from
reliable people, stale simple facts,
aud show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Clue's. Why don't you try
this medicine? Bo sum to gel
Constipation, and all troubles with
the dignstio oraiiri and tholher,
aro cured by Hood's l'ill. Un
equalled ui a dinner pill,
lizno enough evidence to proceed
with the case, why, in Hoaven s
name, were thoy arrested? They
were iu town all tho timo. Ho
stronuousdy oppo-od nny continu
ance unless tho Government allowed
bail. Counsel wanted to know
whether tho Attornoy-Gonoral want
ed to go on a fishing excursion to
fish for evidence.
Attorney -General .Smith stated
that discretion was left to the Ex
ecutive Council. The wisdom or un
wisdom of this law was not before
thecotiit. lie would again ask for
a continuance. Iu regard to allow
ing bail the Court did not havo
power to do so.
Tho Cuiirt--Can you state a little
more particularly why you want a
Attorney - General Because I lit
imisociitioii wish to secure other
evidence, which thoy havo not
Two Notable Casos in Probate Tho
W. E. Allen, discharged adminis
trator, with tho will annexed, of J.
F. O. Bauuing, has filed his answor
to tho amended complaint of B. 11.
Banniuir, ono of tho devisees, who
petitions for a revocation of tho or
der discharging said administrator.
Ho denies that tho discharge was
granted by Judgo Froar iu tho Cir
cuit Court under a misapprehension
of tho facts. Ho doilies that tho
preservation intact of one-half of
tho estate was a positivo duty im
posed upon tho administrator. Re
spondent admits that ho filed an in
ventory on October 20, 1880, show
ing assets of 182,110, and that he
thereafter realized tho sum of .?1G3.
138.03 upon said assets. Ho claims
that ho submitted accounts from
time to time to tho Court, and that
at the time of filing his account in
Nov., 1891, ho had collected all tho
moneys duo tho estato and paid all
amounts owed by tho estate, and no
further duties as administrator ro
m. lined to bo performed. Mrs. Ban
ning and hor son had both accepted
her and his half share of tho realiza
tions of tho estato boforo discharge
was asued lor, nonce petitioner is
estopped to inquire further or to
have tho order of discharge modi
fied. Respondent denies that tho
investments of funds were specula
tive, uncertain, shifting or unsafe
securities, and that thoy are impro
per investments. He admits that
thoro was a loss of S2300 on Union
Iron Works Co., aud that thoro may
bo a loss on Seattle bonds, but tho
latter has not been ascertained. Tho
respondent denies that he acted iu
any deceptivo manner towanl peti
tioner, aud denies all the allegations
of the petition iu general. F. M.
Hatch is attorney for Mr. Allen.
Tho hearing of Marv Kaleialii, for
hersolf and the Mcltoaguo minors,
aftor two days wasjo.storday after
noon taken uudor advisement by
To-day the estate of A. McBrydo
was boforo Judge Coopor. Mrs. Mc
Brydo disputes tho accounts oi li.
A. Widomann, .administrator. At
tho same timo J. N. Wright claims
compensation for services as execu
tor boforo his resignation C. L.
Carter tropiosenting L. A. Thurston,
absent) for Mrs. McBrydo; F. M.
Hatch for tho administrator; A. S.
Hartwoll for Mr. Wright. Various
phases of the estate's affairs have
been in the courts at difibrout times,
including tho Supremo Court in
V. V. Ashford, attorney for G. P.
Anoko, father of the girl Walanika
married a fow days ago, has obtain
ed a temporary order from Judgo
Coopor to restrain Kipu, the man
who married hor, from interfering
iu any way with tho young woman,
ponding the trial at tho August
term of tho case of unlawfully get
ting a license to marry. Kipu is re
quired to appear before the Court
on Wednesday next at 10 o'clock to
show cause why tho order should
not be made permanent.
IV I OAX UK OF AXY SKKVIC'i: TO
jou in the way of Sharpening ScNsore,
Carving Kii1vl", ' lin Mowers, Filing
Just Opened a Large Line
saws, ueiniiring aiiiuiklcr-. anil
Taj)') and Lujing Pipe, Soldering Tinware,
netting mass, umi.urmg J'uriiunro or
Mending Garden llo-e, ulu., etc., please
ring up Mutual Telephone Xo. 152 before
0 a. m. or butw een la ami 1 :".0 i t.
74S-tf N. F. 11UUGRSS.
ALL I'AliTIKS DKSUUNG TO (10 TO
Waiakeakua Fulls in Manoa Valley
aro heiehy reipiosted to obtain a permis
sion fiom'the undersigned, otherwise they
will be proseuutetl for trespass if found on
the premises without sueh permission.
.IAS. 11. 1IOYI),
nt the Land Olllee, Supremo Court Jluild
ing. Honolulu, Juno 17, 1S0J. 7.r,-tf
ILLIAM KOSTKIt WILL ACT FOR
me in all mutters of business until
further notice, under full power of attor
ney. AL11KUT JAKGL'U.
Honolulu, June 111, lS'M.
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in all "WicLtlxs,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
The Popular Herman Dry Goods Store,
75inoiT Sf R.H3H1T
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
33. IF. EHLERS & GO.
RLFKUUING TO THE AllOVi:, 1
hereby givo nutieo to all persons hav
ing business with Albert Jaeger to trans
act the same with mo personally, at his
ollico on Kuuhumami street.
Honolulu, Juno Hi, 1BU1. 75.2-tw
Grand Masquerade !
AT THK w:QIM:ST OF SKVF.KAL
Prominent Ladies unit (li'iitlemen
who took part in tho kill which was ghen
last month, another Masquerade will be
given at tins Armorv on TULbDAY
IJVILN'INU. July Itli. It will bo given
under tho dirertion of the sumo eominittee
who conducted the last ball. Kverything
will bo done to insure a good time to those
who attend. The proceeds will he applied
... .1... fn. ....! t .... I 1M.. I.I.
io loo i ruiispuruiuuu in an uit.iim iu un
home aud the balance will be given to a
Ladies' Charitable bocicty. l)oor.s open
at H o'clock.
tm TICKKTS $1. Tickets can be had
at Hollistor A1 Co., lleiison, Smith .v; Co.,
1 loliron, Nuwiunn A Co., Hawaiian News
Hawaiian Opera House
L. J. Lovoy
. .. . Lessee A Malinger.
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1893.
Door Oponsat7.'30; Performance) at 8.
gM Tho Fourth Appearance of the
Ihnui I'osoi IniAMVTii Comi'.y in their
(iriind Historical Performance.
SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
99 FORT STREET.
Chenile Portieres 8c Smyrna Rugs
IN CHEAT VAKILTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITK and COLOKF-D-Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very prettj lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
FOO OHOO I,ONGEE--GHEAT NOVELTIES
Silk.a.lln.0 and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
VS" Dressmaking Under tlie management oi HISS K. CLARK. J3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Eire rixks on all kinds of liiMir.inco l'ropertv taken at Current Risks by
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Aro you iiiHiinul? If nut, now in
tlio timo to jiroviilu yoiirsnlf mnl
family with a liottlo of Gliiuulwr
lain'h Colic, (Jliolorn and Diurrliu'H
Kuinoily its an iiiHiiraneo againnt any
MirioiiH niHiillH from an attach of
liownl complaint ilniuih' llui Hiiminnr
moiitliH. It in almost curtain to ho
needed anil hIiouIiI Im procured at
oiico. No other remedy can take itx
phico or do it work. '25 and fU
cunt bottles for halo by all dealer.
at liuiiHon, Smith ic Co., aonU for tho
i Hawaiian lalnnuu.
1 Will be I'rodili'ed a Melo-draiiiu,
ttlTlie Days of Kameliamelia I,"
"KANIPAU, THE ROYAL HAUHCHBACK."
Soldlorsl Kahili Bearers 1 Attouilauts! Etc.
New Songs I Now Costumes!
IV lltix iilau will ho okiii at I'Viij'it '
on Miuidin , June '.Mtli, at ti u'duck a. M. !
.11 Jliii( o diimmi ri'iul i'rinliiuj '
promptly titvuhd at low rutn ut tlicl
mum op" '
FOR ALE !
Stockholm Tar !
IW'COtiinionded specially by CoinmN
uioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
roii sai.i: iiy
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
AlTOHNKV AMI (JoU.Mil.llOll AT LU,
Real Estate Agency,
No. 610 Fort Btroot.
Kurntblied Itooiim with or without
board, good location.
1 Furnished llmite at l'alaina near Ho
fnrimitor) beliool -$-i per Month.
1 Cottage on lterctatlia btreet '25 per
1 Cottage on lleretania Street, opposite
a btoret on Ninianu Street, near llere
Temporary ojllco with Mr. ( V.
Muiclimit tt., Honolulu, II.
l'lsli Ponda on
the road to Walkikl.
IIwiw mid lot on llurctanla street near
IVnsaeohi. 1jt -tX feet frontage aud
1 IU feet deep.
AUu, a Vuluahlti lllouk of llrli'k iiuild
lugs in tho heart of the City.
ONT.KKCO.NlMIA.NIltiAKi:; Ah (1001)
an new, Apply under "II," thin
ClIlKQUKSd. I.MIOKJ. W. COI.VILLK
on lllidiop A Co. for fl'-Uluhiii. Ihvmii
lotl. All KjrmMi are hurehy cautliiilut
ugaliml ntuollutluu ouiue. 75Mw
1 Upright Pinno For Bale
K. 1IOA HUMAN,
ACOMl'KWNT IT.KSON AH OVKIt.
kit on u biigur I'.stnte, There uro
IumIIiI11iUmi ol promotion for the right
mail, Ituloivuvu riyjulreU. Apply to
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