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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
FISOM AND AFTKIt JUNK 1. l.
To Kwa Mill.
I). II. A. ).
AM PM PM f W
save Honolulu ... .8:15 1:15 4:3.5 ft': 10
save Peart (Jlty. ..0:30 2:30 6:10 5:00
rlTe Ewa Mill. . .:07 2:07 ft:3l 11:22
O. II. II. A.
AM AM t M P M
Lx-uve Kwa illll ... oVii 10:43 3:43 8:42
Leave Fearl City . .0:03 11:10 4:10 0:10
Arrive Honolulu . 7:30 1 1 sft ItM 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
O. Bnnaay excepted.
I). Saturdays excepted.
FllIDAY, JAN. 26, 1891.
KniinY, J nn. 'JO.
C A 8 S Warrlinoo. Perry, "M days from
Vnneover, IJ 0,
Brit thhi Eastcroft, Itliiimer, U3 davn from
Newcastle, N 8 W
Btmr C K Mshop from Kaunl
Kniuw, Jan. iM.
OAHU Warrlinoo, Perrv, for Hyilnuy via
tiiir Klnau tor l.nhnlna, Mnulaca, Make
ub, Mahukonu, Kawalhae, l-aupahoo-hoe,
Hakalau, llononiu, l'oliiikiiiiinnu,
1'epeekcu, Unoini'ii, 1'iipalkou and Jlllo
at l li lil
Mtmr O ll lllshup (or lluimiiiaiilil ut 4 p in
Cargoes from laland Porta.
Bttnr Dl'hop '.T.'T lmg sugar.
Voasole In Fort.
U H H I'lilUilclplila, barker, fr Callao,
0 8 8 AilniiiK, NcImiIi, from a rrulc
II 1) M 8 Champion. Hoove, Kiipilmnitlt
H 1 J M 8 Nonlwa, Mori, from Japan
Am selir Alice Cooko, 1'unliallow, from
Am kcTir ltobt 1-ewers, Condemn, from
Am Iik Margaret, Peterson, Comox, fnuu
Am sobr Transit, Jorgeiiseu, from Han
Am schr Hanger, Aliu. from Newcastle N
Am Iik Mnrtha Davis, Soulo, from Now
Am liktnc Mury Wltikclman, Ninon, from '
Nowrnstle, N 8 W I
Am trrn Zoinpn, Peterimn, imiii (luyiiiiin,
ltrll ntillt Kastcmft, Klniiner. (mm Nmv
caitlv, N B V
lit bark Vllliiltn, Harlaud, Irom Liver
pool Haw bk Manila Alu, Hmllli, from Hnn i
Haw bktiii Klikltnt, Cutler, from l'ort
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from fun
llrit bk'clocliy, Martin, from Hongkong
Foroign Voaaola Expected.
8 B Australia, Houdlctlit, from Hun r'ruu-
clieo, duo Jan -'"
Onion 8 B Moit'iwal, Ciiroy, from Sun Knin-
cUco, duu red Io
H 8 Alameda, Morse, from Hvdliny, dim
8 8 China, fmm Hun Knuii'laco, dun Kvb 7
UAHHArnun, from Sydney, dun IV I I
Uer bk NautlluK, from l.lruriKXil, duu Jim
From Vancouver, II (', per CASH War
rlinoo, Jan SI Mr and Mrs Hurnrtt, Ml
Harnett, Mr Ihiruott, Jr, lr and Mrs In'i.
8 Kemper, K V Hni'enty, W Downlu, H II
Uelicuutilmer, 1' Anderou I' Huuen, J
A Miirlindo, V TliorHi and ;so In triuiil'.
For Maul and Hawaii per Mmr Kitmii.
Jan W-Volcuno: W f HurrUon. Wm ltl.
Ity and wife. Mrs TIiiiiiiiimhi. Mhm Mudtte,
J Krtn.t, Mm W II Aidrleh, Miss Mnv
Cummins. Ml K MumelnTit and Miss F.
linker. Way irt; T Yotxiimoto. A I.ld
kuIb, T (lay. 0 Kulvur, 8 Maliukit, I'almer
and 'Mr Wood'. .MhU'w woods (I
s (I). Mrs
Mice, ll r llalilwiu. Alex Yonnu
iu, Miss 11
II Vi.nr... Ml.. l I." V. ....... Ill, ..I... ...!
Mm Mauulre, Mm llrlukwood, K ll l.ymun,
T C Lyman, Ito.e K Daniels, Mm W W
UodHleaiul child. Mrs
ion, and about to deck.
C I. WIkIu uud
The steamer 0 K lilnliop arrived ibis
moruiiiK wilh l.lbuu UKar and left again
at 4 o'clock tbU nflurmxiu for Haimuiaulu.
The Kauai Meet is kept pretty busy tlieiv
duyi. No sooner u nteuiuer eom hi than
the U tent out uulii. Thoy are pllliiK up
agar on the Uanleu lslu.
The -Hrrtlsh bark Duke of Argylu, Cap
tain OollKhtly, arrived nt Uoyal ItnadH. Si.
V., on Jan. 10, 30 iluyn from Honolulu.
tlhe is awaiting a lumber charter.
The llrltlsh ship KuMcroft, Jan. T Kiln
mer inaDter, arrived this mornhiK ict days
from Newcastle, N 8. W., wltli IMU tons
coal to order. Shu docked at the Uahu
THE WARRIMOO ARRIVES.
Dalayod by tho EnRllah Mail and
The Canadian Australian liner
Warrimoo, U. Porry commander, ar
rived in port at 0:30 o'clock this
morning fr -m Victoria, 11. C, which
port she loft at 8 p. m. ou tho 17th
inst. She left one day behind timo
on account of the delay of the Eng
lish mails coming over tho Kockies.
Tho Warrimoo encountered very
heavy weather with S. W galo ou
She brought, besides fourteen
passengers, a cargo of about two
hundred tons, consisting of 30 pack
ages of machinery, 20 cases whisky,
700 saekH Hour, lfiOO bags bran ami
DOO packages general utorchaudiso
for this port. In transit there were
30 passengers anjl 13,000 packages
Tho Wnrrimoo loft again for Syd
uoy via Fiji at 11 o'clock this fore
noon. Pursor Munro and one iu tho
steerage were the only passengers
George Washington, tho colored
heavyweight, will bo given a benellt
at tho Queen street armory to-iuor-iow
evening. He will be assisted by
the best loual talent, and the pro
gram will consist of clog dancing,
wrestling, club swinging and scieuti
lie boxing. The event of the even
ing will be a display of the manly
art by Paddy Hyan and Geo. Wash
iuglou. A dutaehineut of the Na
tional baud will be lu attendance.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
G. KutiBt and party loft for the
Volcano on the Kmaii to-dav.
Sovora' Ions of supplies catiu bv I
the S. S. Wnrrimoo for 11. H. M. S. ,
A native was arrested this morn
ing for threatening to do up a fellow
countryman. The Ferroira assault ca?e has again
been remanded until Kelt. 1st in the
Ten passengers by
Kiuau this afternoon
for tho Volcano.
The Hawaiian National baud will
til ay at tho merry-go-round next
At tho European restaurant, Hotel
street, fowl is served three times n :
week. See card elsewhere. '
Tho alley on the Waikiki side of
tho Central Union Church has been
christened tho "P. G. spy alley."
Don't forget the auction sale of
pneumatic tired safeties at the Hero
tania street armory this evening at 7
Fred. G. H. Williams, of the staff
of the Montreal Gazette, is a pas-
sougor by the Warrlinoo, making a
health trin to Svdnev. i
Tho steamer Arnwa will be due
here from the Colonies and Fiji on
or about February 3d instead of the
1st as previously advertised.
II. D. M. S. Champion's cricket
team will play the. return match
with the II. C. C. s team lo-iuorrow.
Game begins at ll..tQ sharp
nn win sell at auction
c .nan wtiarl to-morrow
at noon bags of Hour and bran just !
arrived by tho S. 5. Wnrrimoo.
Mr. Nolto of the Heaver presented
tho Thistle Club with a box of clay
pipes and eight packages of Tine to
bacco for the Burns celebration last
To-morrow, Jan. 127, will be the I
anniversary of the birth of the Kin- i
poror of Germany, and will be oh-'
served by the patriotic citizens of
tho Vaderlaud. I
Homember that tho Heaver Lunch i
Itooms will receive by the S. S. Aiis- i
tralia to-morrow a lot of fresh fro.eii
oysters. Tho Heaver's oysters are '
utiKiirnasscd in oualitv nni'l llnvor. '
i, . , .
i lie u. o. wnrsinps nan noat (irui i i,nve lieeit iii-Irumoiilnl iu the over
in the harbor this morning, while throw or your Government f" She
the Japanese cruiser Naniwa con- . hesitated a moment and then slowly
tinned torpedo practice ou a moving mid t.nlmlv answered: "There are
target in tho shape of two buoys certain Inws of my G verniueut by
towed by a launch. which I shall abide. My decision
Tho installation of thooflicors of
tho Hawaiian Council, No. IWt), Am
erican Legion of Honor, will take
place this evening at Harmony Hull,
on King street, at 7:30. Companions
of the order are invited to attend
and view the ceremony.
Henry Waterhouse and A.S. Hurt
well, executors of the will of John '
H. Wood, have rendered their ac
counts, showing receipts of 27,
.'tir.01 and payments of W,l(i..V.i,
leaving n balance of $I!H3.I'J. The
total value of tho estate, by the in
ventory filed, is $31,IJ1..I2
I .-someone cm mo nriuie oi a norse
, iieu io n iiosi ouismo i.,ove s minor
unriy vesmruny moriiiui'. ami ioi
rly yesterday mornini:. and took
the bit. About tho same tune a can
of milk and a package of tobacco
were stolen from a milk wagon near
by. A cop was asked if he had seen
anyone commit the deeds, when ho
answered that ho thought lie saw
some boys playing near, but did not
notice them particularly.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. with
its usual enterprise imported lately
from tho Standard .Manufacturing
Co. of Pittsburg. U. S. A., a fine
enameled tub. with bron.e relief. It
is 15x1 ft., intended to rest in a
cavity iu the bathroom floor. Iu
addition to its utility tho tub is n
very protty ornament. The tub ha
been purchased by C. L. Carter.
Several others of similar make are
on the way.
Celebration by tho Honolulu Scot
tish Thistle Ulub.
Tho members of tho Scottish This
tle Club celebrated the llt-llli mini
vorsary of Robert Burns' natal day
with a smoking concert at their hall
yesterday evening. The room was
decorated with taste and four tables
wore spread at which those who at-
tended smoked a pipe or cigar and
drained his "donar while listening
to tho program. Chief Logan,
chairman, opened the program with
a few remarks appropriate to the
occasion., W. Eadie followed with a
violin solo iu his usual stle. Robert
More sang "There was a lady," also,
later, "Corn Rigs." ' Address and
toast of tho evening" by A. C. Steele
was received with applause. R. Cat
ton gave tho reading "Tain O'Slian-
ier. ,i. roiioci; lavorcd the coin
iany wim an oscnriua select ion. .Mr.
smith of tho hark Maunn Ala olav
eti a piano solo and some accom
paniments. W. McKay snug "She's
Fair and Fauso" very acceptably
As a deviation tho health of the
press was proposed ami responded
to with speeches by Messrs. Towse
and Frank Godfrey of tint Star and
Holomua respectively and J. 11.
Holster of the Hi'li.ktin with a song.
T. S. Kay of Kohala gave a humor
ous response for"Abnont Scots and
country members. .1 W. Luuiug
wittily spoke for "Southron barbari
ans." M. L. M. I'liiukett did the
gallant and graceful for the Lndich.
A trio by Messrs. hadie, Mclwiv
and Steele -"Willie Hrewed a
Peck o'.Maul" wn the gem of
the evening, and an encore was (!
1 manded. R. Laiuggave a recitation
ou the "Unveiling of the linrim S t ;i
tue iu Central Park." song,
"Harring o' the Door," by It I'nuoii
was well delivered. . Mctiuru
sang several songs during the e cu
ing iu tine style. Mr. Dodge re-
j spouded to "11 pluribiis iiniitn." The
uutertaiinueiil concluded at mitt-
I night with "Hawaii Pouoi."
ULTIMATUM OF THE QUEEN.
Why Minister WilHs Asked for Fur
W.vmiinoton, .Inn. 11. i'inal in
structions were sent bv .Secretary
Greshain to Minister Villis by the
Mariposa yesterday. After referring
to the actum of Liliuokalaui in re
fusing to grant a general amnesty in
the event of her restoration, Secre
tary Greshnm says: "Your reports
show that on further reflection the
Queen gave her uuqualiliod assent,
in writing, to the conditions sug
gested, but that the Provisional
Government refuses to ac.juioseo in
the President's decision, fhe mat
ter now being in the hands of Con
gress, the President will keep that
body fully advised of the situation,
anil will lay before it from time to
time the reports received from you,
including vour despatch No. 3, here
tofore withheld, and all instructions
sent to you. In the meantime, while
keeping' the department fully iii
funned of the course of events, you
will, until further notice, consider
that your special instructions upon
tills subject have lieeii fully com
I plied with."
i Document No. .'I announces Minis-
terdlis interview wilh the Queen
""November l. In it occurs the
following: I then made known to
the Queen the Presidents sincere
regret that through the unauthor
ized intervention of the United
States she had been obliged to sur
render her sovereignty, and his hope
that wilh her consent" and co-operation
the wrong done to her and her
people nil. lit be redressed. To this
she bowed her acknowledgments. 1
thou said to her: "The President ex
pects and believes that when rein
stated you will show forgiveness and
magnanimity ; that you will wish to
. ' - .
lH J'10 Q'"' " people, bn
"" lorciK.i unm, iiinv y
will haste to secure their love and
loyally ami to establish pence, i
friendship mid good government." j
To l his sue made no reply. After j
waiting a moment I continued: The
I President not only tenders you his
!. ...i I... I... i ..." a.. 1.1
IM 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 Jl . Illll WIPIll'K iu 1IUII ,vMl.
Hefore fully making ktio'vu to you
his purposes, 1 desire to know who
thereon are willing to answer cer
tain (pii'Mimm which it is my dutv
to ask.'" She answered, "I am will
ing." 1 then asked her, "Should you
be restored to the throne, would you
grant lull amnesty, ns to lite ami
property, to all those persons who
hate been or who are now in the
i t a I . t
rrovisiouai uovernmcui, or who
win ou as i ue taw uircci. mat such
persons nhouhl be beheaded and
their proper) v coiiliscated to the
I then said, reporting very dis
tinctly her wuids: "It is your feel
ing that thee people should be be
headed and their property confis
cated " She replied: "It is." I
then said to her: "Do you fully
understand the meaiug of every
word which I have said to you, and
of every word which you have said
to me. and if so do vou still have the
same opinion?" llor answer was:
"I have understood and mean all I
tinve nnid. but I in!ilit Inavit the
decision of tins to my ministers,
I o this I replied: ".Suppose it was
necessary to make a decision before
you appointed any ministers, mid
that you were to be asked to issue
a Ito'wd proclamation of general
amnesty, would you do it?" Shu
answered; "I havo no legal right to
do that, and I would not do it."
Pausing a moment, lie continued:
"TIicmi people were the cauo of the
revolution mid Constitution of 1887.
There ueor.vill bo any peace while
I hey are here. They iuii.it be sent
oniof the i oiuitry. or punished and
their property counselled." I tlcn
said: "1 lime uo further communi
cation to make to you now, and will
have none until I hear from my Gov
ernment, which will probalily bo
three or four weeks." Nothing was
said for several minutes, when I
asked her whether ho wns willing
to give me the names of four of her
most trusted friends, as 1 might,
within a day or two, consider it my
duly to hold a consultatiouwith
theinui her pre.-ence. She ns.eutod,
and gave these names: .1. (). Carter,
.lulin Richardson, Joseph Navvahi
ami K. C. Mncfarlaue.
On December 5 the Queen's Mar
nhal, at the time of her dethrone
ment, called on Minister Willis and
left a document setting forth the
method of procedure to be adopted
iu the event of the Queen's rentora-
I. Proclamation by the Queen's
Government of their resumption of
the control of the Government of
the Hawaiian Islands; . Appoint
ment of commander-in-chief and
stall; 111. Proclamation of' martial
law and the .suspension of the
writ oi habeas corpus; IV. Call
ing on all loyal citizens and well
wi.ihers of t lie Government
register their names for service
ollice; ouiolliuont of volunteers; V
i Mirremier oi ail arum and amuiuui
Hon in private hands, and tho pro-
, hiliitiou.of all sale and transport of
amis and aiuiiiuuitiou other than bv
direction of thecoiuiuauder-in-chief;
VI. Tailing pos-ission of all liov-
ernmeut buddings and other places
necessary bv the (Jueeu's forces and
placing guaids therein; VII. Pro-
1 clamatioii piohibitmg the departure
of coasting vessels and other vessels
to the oilier islands; VIII. Reap
pointment of all ollicials and the
filling of vacancies; f. Arrest of
till persons implicated or concerned
in the late overthrow; X. L'lls
todv and earn of all prisoners made
under authority of the above para
graph and tliu.o handed over by the
I nited States forces; . Receiving
of all arms a, el munitions of war
and 'dln-i liowriiuicut property sur
rnudcio in I'niii'd Stales forces I13
'lie' Prov i-ioii.tl (iovernilieut forces,
Ml. Ih'SpaU'h of escels to tile other
islands to proclaim l lie Queen's
Government and malm all necessary
changes and 111 rests,''
Another ban KranciM-o despatch
j gives the following news fiom llouo-
"It is learnod that after U. S. Miu
ister Willis hatl made his demand
upon tho Provisional Government,
hoaring that tho ox-Queen intended
to except several individuals fiom
her guarantoo of amnesty, he visited
the ex-Queen urging her to change
her opinion. She refused to do this
and excepted from amnesty Presi
dent Dole, Attorney-General W. U.
Smith, and Chief Justice Judd and
several othors. .
Two Thrones of Plcnickora at
ruond Drove Yesterday.
W. II. Hickard entertained Com
mander Hooke and oflicers of 11. H.
M. S. Champion at a picnic at lie
mond Grovo yesterday. The train
pulled out from tho Honolulu depot
at 10:30 o'clock in the morning with ,
about thirty ladies and gentlemen in
tho cars on pleasure bent. The pop
ular Hawaiian Quintet Club accom
panied tho party. On arrival at the
Grovo dancing was indulged iu at '
intervals and a generally pleasant
outing was spent by the picnickers. .
Host Jtickard was assiduous iu his
efforts to make the event one to be i
remembered by his guests. Tho
Quintet club gave instrumental and
vocal selections in tho stand. The
party returned to town at 7:lf
o'clock iu the evening.
About half an hour after the
Hickard party left the pavilion Wal
ter Dillingham and guests, to the
number of about thirty, arrived at
Hetuond Grove on a special train.
This was another jolly crowd, and
the services of tho Quintet Club
were again required to furnish its
oxcellnut music. Several ollloers of
the U. S. warships were among the
number. Dancing was the order of
the evening, and was kept up with
uullaggiiig vigor until midnight,
when the party returned to town.
It is a Ioiil; time, if over, since lie-
riiotid Grove has been visited by two
largo pleasure-seeking parties in one
A Followor of the Grip.
Tho persistent cough which usual
ly follows an attack of the grip can
be permanently cured by taking
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. W.
A. McGuire of McKay, Ohio, says:
"La Grippe left mo with a severe
cough. After using soveral different
medicines without reiiel, l tried
(Mirimlwarlnin'afmiirli Ititimxl v. u lu.-li
lToctwl a permanent cure. 1 have
nM fu,l j, t0 be without an eounl
for children, whon troubled with
'.olds or croup. -' and 50 cent bot
tles Iu- pnle by all dealers. Hensoti,
Smith tV Co., agents for the Hawai
vorvcii,, mi. lisji,
1 L Aineririlli
lfuiiii of lloiiiir. i ill
meet ul llnriiioiiv Hull, Kitii: street, nn
lltlDAY i:Vi:.f.NH, Jan. 'JUili, at 7::to
o'elix'k. I'ompiitilous of (Veiiiile Counell
mid vi-ItltiK eompatiloui un eonllull) in
vited In nlit llic members el IIiiwiiII.iii
Counell In tlm lnliillutlon of tint (llllcen.
Merry go Round
Everything Served Id FIM Class Style.
JI Meal Tlokuts
Fowl Three Times a Week
I'ln-diix and i'liiiri-duy iti ihhiii. un
d.iv at supper
till 1 nt
CHOCK -I Ml. Prop.
Cireuit Court, First Circuit of tho Hn
wailun Ialanda Iu Probate.
IS Till'. MATTKIt OK lilK KSTATK
ef O.VO 1 1' KO, lute id lloiio. din. Oulin,
A llneiimeiit, piirMirthn In Is' the Uel
Will and Tenlaimilil ulOno liilu,ireertei,
luivlnn ou the l'Jlli day ol Jaiiuury, A. ll.
IMIl, heen pie-enliil to Mild l'rokitu !' urt,
and a jHlltlon lor the l'rnlnte therenl, and
(or the isKiiuliee of Letter Ttainelitary
le Kealnlia lnko havllii; heen tiled liv her.
It N herehv ordered, that MN lA V, the
inth du ef Kehruury, A. Istil, at IU
o'clock a. m., of said ilu at the t'liurt
ItiMiin of Mild Tunrl, at llie Tmirt Hinie
HillldiiiK In lloiiolnlii, n, and the -nine
i, hereliy appointed the time fur pruviiiK
raid Will and heiiriut; Mil. I application,
when mid where any itemm Interested
mil) uppi'iiruiiil eouet the Midi Will, and
the KNintlnn ol Letters Tesiaiiieiilurv.
Hated Honolulu, II t Jan. I'.', Isilt.
lly the Court:
OKO. I.l'i Ah,
tr."i lit w.s Clerk.
ABI'Kii.M. LlllltAKY OK MCI KM B
uud lift Ion Is mm imeued tohtil.tenln,
onTrKSU.VVr. THlTllHUAVBand r.T
UKDAVh of each weuk. from to 4 I', m..
to 1 on the Tieeond Moor of the Ko-ler block,
nt Mltlitiiil street, over Lovejny's store. Kn-
trame ny me M-eonu noor, oil me i.aim -(ippo-ile
end of Merchant street- leadill).'
lo the luck part of the Honolulu Koundry.
IIooIin lent out to resiKill-lhle i,:ir-
tles In Honolulu, and when p'oetleuhle to
residents of the other IsluniU. UVJIni'
nilK I'NIir.HSKINKH lw I'ltKI
1 to make all kinds ol lomlistoiie
ins, Hiimmereil Iron Work, etc., ele.
Kstimates on application.
t'llioii Hi reel, at Htt-rliiiK's I'liint hhop.
r.M 1 1
A 1.1. AK'OIISTS siAMHMt .SIX
iiionllis and over, and 1101 p.iid
the .'list of January, will he handed fur
collection without excretion.
V. s. KUilM
lloueliilii. Jan. , IS'U Wis u
A 1.1. Illl.lti l-KAi. MNHI lilKIIO
110I11I11 II0111I Hoard ill llitliru are re
iplnsleil to he preelited ill till olhin ol tin'
llo.nl hup- ivUor of Honolulu on llie '.'mil
of eai'li iiioiith, etliervvio lh will he in
' vmptfiom Hint uioiitli' olinmle uud iik -1
Iv not to I") paid for one or two mouths
u'ller. It) order ef the Honolulu Itoad
1 Hoard, W. II. CUMMINUH.
D'JtMl UuuU riupurvUor. Honolulu.
A Boston Dressmaker
All Who Suffor Similarly, Re
momber, HOOD'S CUREt.
Urn. r. v. Iturfctr
Tills lmlr l i wrlMaioim and pomihvr
drcsamaUcr. .vims.iys: '
"TbcrolitioimttaKi) alwiut llooct'i Horitpa
rllla. 1 want to toll bow 'julckly It cured me ol
our Momnfli, which had trotiiilcd mo tor over a !
Tsar. I eouM not even Like a'snallow of waUr
but what 1 stifWeil from illalrea nndacldllr.
When I bcran Io lal.o KckI's Sarsaparllla I
could see ev. eRei.is Irom Itie first tlircedoiej.
I continued tinlll t had token tlirce holttei and
Hood's - Cures
haveb))'iinllrrlr currd. I five Uill lUte- j
mrntfor the t-ewfitnl oilers who are suffrrlng
ilDillatly." Mas. f. W. IiArtKrii, 41 Clieto j
I'atk, lloiton, Man. '
HOOD'S PlLLB f Iho btt f Ur-dlnntr PUU
u,l1UliUoo.ctuttitioh. Try a box. 1M. I
IIOIIItON. NKWMAN CO.,
Aints for Hawaiian IMatids.
Saturday Evening, Jan. 27tb. i
I r 11 K
Misses - Albu
Vlcl llenetll lelidereil lo
MISS ROSE ALBU
A (iri'iil I'rouramiui liieliidiiii; Hems of 1
English, Scotch, Irish
and Native Songs
,isUicd lil I.e.idlliK
Ma. K. M. WAKKIiKl.li.
Mn. K. A. VOUillT.
Miu H. IIKITMAS,
I'uor. II. IIK.i.nKlt.
Doors Open at 7:30.
feV- llox I'hui open
Ul I.. J l.evu)'n.
Commence tt 8.
ll o'clock Thursday
M. L. M.
PLC VK KIT,
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE CLUB.
1U' FVIISISHKU l-Oll Sw-.
it j. uauciis, ruriii's, i.uaiis,
eli;., In the llimiillan Ijulu
tette Clilh. I 'or lei'ius. elu..
I A1S II VAII.IOKAf.
'.i:i7 lw No, II IliehariU street.
J oppoiiie lleforiiuitnrv
hehool. Apph to" . M. '
I'. II. llox I.I. ' tUI .w
'pVo SULLY Kl'K
X nulu'il Itooius foi
(ientleliien U' .No. I (i.irdeli
Ulllu. M..' tf
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
MV11 MCKI.V I I'll
lllslied Itooms on I.. -
lilia street, iiiio-it Ku.l-
klnl street alioui llVf niin-
llles' uulk from noiiiii) street
' ilv at this iilllci-.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7 VAI.l Alll.l. I'll.' l.-s Ol
i imiiroid l'io.ert,v, JiM-ateil
iu ilill-rent I'iiri- ol the 1 ii ..f
1 Honolulu, all i.aiiiioii-. Apeu
for lull iMi-in-ii ,iif - 1.1
lilt I I I V A. J. 1 Mtl VVIIIUII'I
t 1. 1. V M.lt uK LOI's. UN 1 It K
Wuikiki side of the Calliolie i'iiiui'
lery ale leoiiu.led lo meel at till) I'ollinlery
011 MUXIIAY, Full. I'.MMll.
' Wj-'.V I'KIt OHDKK.
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llAWAUAN UPEHA llbCSB
The Newest and the Latest
jNT. S. SACH
esao Fort street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Yaist!
I'lils Is the hitu-t Improvement in llm- shirt Vnlt und u true (ricrid t
i mothers: no mere Imtlniii to -ew on. i- 'h'- enntiot euine ilt. WehuTo
IIikiii In white mid In funey pereuie frmii .' e"its upHiird'
I IIOYs TiM.ITO V.I8T. IN AM, ."l.l AT i: T.N'ltf.
- lfltel Miiipn In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
W'e have them In i rriim, Ciirdinul, Nnv It'm mid i ul Broun.
I Hll.riltK.VS AMI INI-AST'S KASCV KI.ANNT.I. To.T at ver low prlees
' U'ArKltKH SA.-.H HIIHIOSS IN AM rol.ni:..
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are preiiiMim'ed the het Ity all ulm have piven thi-m a treil. We have
, Ihem fur adies gent, children and liihiii -n plain, rihls-l, ilrne tit-li
and epell nork. . . Iiiilli" Ailelnie I luek S,K kill .' retliteed to .'ecnt
r pair. . . . Indies' IHumoiid Hluefc "twl.lii(t- nt ' eeiil per pair.
Have yim -een the Tlllt DltR.SS i-(t(, l, -. thnt we .ire Pliil for Deeiit'
The arejict the tlilnx fur l'o or tirl.
513 Robinson Block. Hotul Street.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE !
A I.AHlJi: AHHOKTMKNT OK
JilpilllCSC iMlli UiipC
IX I'.VKXIXO rtllAHKM
Wool Dress Goods,
Shawls. 10tc, VAv.
National Cane Shredder
I'.MKSTKH IMiKIt THK LAW." (II lill. HAWAIIAN ISLASUd
8b S& 4W' V-tS' TTi rvli ! ."X3C
tfmJUiZr-l M' r :S .---aw, rA r.'V
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rsrsii.. i . .t .. ... . . . . . . . .. . ... .... . .... .........
i-iix., i .nr.n.nn. M'.n iiavp.
tlu-i; SmiKiiiiKiis innl are now
Kieiit nilviiiiiiigeh to he derived Irom He- uc of llie Nmionm. 1,'a.nk
MliiKiuiMi .ire thnroiiKlily estiililislicil .unl urkuowl. ilj-.d ,v IM.inlers
The Lirae nunilM.r nf I'l.uiters usini; iliem in the Un11.il ."tme., Culm.
Argentine Itepuhlie, I'eru, Aiistr.di.i .net eUowli.To, he.ir witness to the
The use of tin SiiuHliiiKit very hugily iiiunieiit lie- oiiiniitv of cune
the null can ymel (L'.'i in .Ml ,). nl-u the en.iiiion oi juice U t VI.).
It is a greui k.ifegmtrd, nuking known nt mice iln-prisim c of unv
piece-, of iron, slake, from cars, or iinytlnn.. which woiilil In- h.ihle to d.unag'e
the mill, and allowing iiuiph 111110 to remove r mn lielurc l.nu iging the mill
The Siikkiuu.ii is very stioiiglx iiinilc, ami from iic in.iiinir of Us opera
lion II cuts or tears these pieces of Wood or lion without often lueukiug the
SliliMUiKii; uud if iinyihing breaks, it is simply some of the knives 01 cutters,
which can he quickly mill econoniieullv u pluceil. lie-Siiiikiuikk, us its
mime indicates, icurs the cine into shreds of varying h ugtlis, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to tluuoughlv press .11 1 tin juices without re
puring the immense oxiru power nccessur.v in grind or crush the whole
mine, flic .S111.Kl11u.it pieatls the slm ddeil cane uiufnrinly ami evenly to
the mill rolls, mid does away with tin necessity ..I spreading the luguscV by
hmiil between llie nulls, vvheie regriniling i 111 ice N,, grcutir .iniouut ol
holler caiMC'ly is rcipiireil In npelilte the MlliUMU-n than that Wliiih Wan
siillicieiit for the null, for 1 lit ul.ove n ,isns. We furnish full working
drawings-fin Up. iiisinlliitioii i.f mtr SuiiKiiidiits, euuhliug .my 1 ipclnut en-
gllli'tr tn Miccessfully lllsl.dl and .tiut 1I11111
lu ordering SiiiihlilihUs from us, plc.i.'e send -in.. II -kulcli. sle wing the
diiimeter .unl width el the mill u. with which miiimuiku is to In connected,
also the side (cither right or l.fl hand as v. .11 face ih- delivery side of the
mill), upon winch the mill engine i loi'.itul, 11U1, He height from Moor line
to center of fnmt mill roll shuli. anil ill-liiln'i eeiilei this -li .ft tn bout cud
of bed plain. The.i Smo-iiiihlis are now ln-ing 11-111 hi the II 1 1 1 Sugar Co
11111I lluwi Mill, Koliala, where in- .ue giving gii-m satisfaction.
Prices uud fimher parliciiluis 111 1 In bad li,. .ipplviug lo
-Ai IHK KAMOl is HTOIth OK
t50S tu a TPQVi.'V STTimiET
Canton Wash Falorios !
A handsome Cotton Kanrie Sew hlles this sei-oti the e'lects are l;u -Mlullra of CUinr
Kllks tosd'Uiem means 10 appreciate tlieiu.
1 riilk thlloll Jlltl out. real V rem li designs are Hie liuem and the orate ol llie season
Oashmere Sublimoa 20 Oenta Yo.rd I
one of the hamUoine.t W ah Materials thl kcatou entirely new and
for llie price hat ue tspml.
White Ija."Anis and IDimity I
In l'lalu, htrlH-d and Checked lu great variety.
1 IT DreuauLklng Doder Uie kUaastBODt ol MRS. BEHME1L JtX
13 E F(HWI) AT
piit'torof the Nawaiian'.Jav-
anii. Hazaah, Hotel street,
to ell h' fstoek of JAP
AN KSK GOODS.
2C5!t, A hir, asoil incut of
.1 A PA N KSK PA PICK N AP
Is INS. Will he Hold LK.SS THAN
Block, Ilotsl Street.
sA ff fit-1'-'?-
lil-.i'.. Ali' .M T. 1 S'J
U.h Ali t: NTS rou
pri'p.uid to rueivi-
IRWIN & CO., LU.
.We .iml iiu 11 "iiiuii Ishi.iJt.