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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KltOM ANII AKTKItJUNK 1. !-.
To Kwa Mtl.L.
i .I'll vi- Honolulu
l.vnve I'tnrl (.'it v..
Arrive Kvtri Mill...
10 1 1.1
Uiive Kwi Mill.
I-Miivc IV.irl City
A. Snlunlnys only.
II. Dally. '
1. anliirdnys exrriitcd.
She flnihi it Mlrthu
TIIUUSDA?. APRIL 12, 18'JL
TiiiMiiAT, April 12.
O 8 P Mnrlpon, Hayvvunl, fruin nn Fran-
Am lik Amclln, W'unl, from Port Town.
Iluw lik Amlrrw Welch, lruvv, 21 iluv
from Hsn I'muchce
Sluir Mlknlmla from Kuiiul
Mliif Knnln from Kuliiikii
Mtmr Ivvulnul from Iv-innl
TucniiAV, Ajirll 12.
O a S .MnrIKin, llnn'tml, for Colonic) at i
Htmr l.ikcllku for llnlcnlaii nt 1 p m
Mtnir Ivviiluul fur Kivtill
Vossuls Leaving To-morrow.
Htmr Mlkalmln for K111111I.
a Onrgoos from Iilantl Porta.
Stmr KiMla-'JirJi bagu uir, IS lil.le nml
1 I'kKt illidrlci'.
Htmr Mlkaliuln XM Imgi Mitfir.
btmr I vs'rflmtl -1712 bug Mignr.
Eorolgn Vossols Expactcd.
1' M 8 8 I'lilnn, Wnnl, from b'uu I'mm-Uoo,
luu April III
O 8 8 ut.tnilln, lloudlptlp, from Han
rrmii'lwo, duo April 21
O A 88 Aruwn, htvMiirt, Irom Vnnroiivvr,
110, dun Aprils
CA88 Wnnlmoo, I'crij, from Syilney,
due May 1
U ,V U 8 8 (Innllu, IVnrne. from lloiiiikniiu
Mini iikoliiiiiiu, dim M.iy 1 1
Am liktue Dln-overy, (mm 'dan I'mnoln-o,
Am hk Amy Turner, from New York, July
Am lik Aldcn Hee, KrlU, from .Snn Krnii-
Am lik Annie JoIiiimmi, Uock. fur Hllo.
Am lik NowiilMty, Mollcntod, from Nev-
eatl, . 8
Am rcli Knlviilor, from X 8 W
Ilk M Huckfild, from Liverpool, June 1-15
nuMik J Ufllmly, rmiii MnriKHjI. Apr l-lo
rrot.i Knunl, nr Miur Iwul-iul, April 12
Jim .More and 2 deck.
IV0111 Kitnnl, ;, ,per htmr Mlkalmln, April
12-fcaliuro lujll, J K Karlcy uml 7dii'k.
rrmn finti Kriiii.lfco, per 8 8 MarliHiin,
April 1 'r-Mrh T W Aiuel. .lr V M Unte.
?' V."vii i,1!!l.l.,f.r' ,':,, iu''.''i J i' imi,
I' K Holl, 8 W llllnn nud wife, Mndh.,11 It
nloniid wife. 1 hus Uomiiim. W It l).illev
ud Iff. II Dium'd, M M l'Mier nnl
wife, Mm II (Ionium 11 d child, Mich Joe
ililiio(lnmnu. II (lunu. Jno Howard, T
M Hurrl..i. J Klduull, MN-. M l.lnlimuu
Mrl. I.yotn, hdttlnl.li.jil.MlN(lciiuvleve
".'.'HT' Mfs'liiimnii. MiirtlmnrHiii.w,
ril8tlmponnnd wife, l.lent SA 8tmin.
ton, tteo II Tnvlor mid wife, D.irrel V'ti
ton. Mr.SS Wiilcli, MUi Welch, MUnJ
;). V1';. i'W.b"! J"'in U Wilknr, A 1'
JViiII, Irod WiitHrlmiiKe, I' I. WooMor. Ml
Miiy W lUerliiiiiM. hlili;u8H WimmI, .Mr A
lmuiB, mill 12 In triuiih.
Knr ; l-'amiliiitN Mnnd, jr n-hr Kiuum
OliiinHiin, April II Ueo II lirtdK.
O'KIJKKK-Near I'ledmond, fill., March
2, 1MI, I'hnrlottiitVndy. Moved wlto
of llionmi. J O'KuellV, u imtlve of
Honolulu, II. I.
Tho following telegram has been
sent to Governor Hogg of Texas by
the uewly organized Colored Anti
" GorrrHor Unijij, Aiulhi, Trja.
The xVuti-Lyuehitig League protests
against the contemplated lynching
of sixtoon men at Mattagordu, in
your State. If you take 110 notion
lo protect them wo will hold yon
responsible for their murder. Jamkm
I). CoiiuoTiiKiis, Secretary."
Tho olllcors of the league Hay t hut
if the mrui are lynehed they will
make a tet case and bring pressure
to bear that will cuuso Congress lo
appoint an investigating committee.
Iho formation of the league by the
colored people has aroused con
sidornble interest among ho white
people of the city. The Woman's
Christinu Temperance Union of
Chicago and President Gunsalusof
the Armour Institute, it is stated,
will endeavor to form an Auti Can
casiau Lynching League. The ori
guild league was formed by the
colored people recently with the
object of exerting itillueuce looking
to the suppression of the frequent
lynching of colored men. A plat
form was adopted and Fred. Dong,
lass elected President.
J.lfo la Misery
To many oeople who luiwi the taint
of scrofula in their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
ores and other mauifestntiouh of
J his iliMnu are beyond description.
There is no other reined) mpial to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
salt rheum and every form of blood
disease. i i iiifltiiiuihly nure lo
benelil all uhogivolt a fair trial.
Hood's PjIIs cute all liver ills.
- - m m
All klnit 0 CWiuirftiVif I'nnluiji
promptly rrrvulfl uf liw rtilm ill Iht
Hull' tin tipi,.
tOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
rt sccomi.unnii cniigrapn type-
writer is wanted.
t i i i i .
Tho P. G. band plajs at Thorna-.
Smtaro this evening.
,. . A ,
Thirty-one steerage passetigcrs
arrived by the S. S. Mnripo3a lor this
It is repeated that Admiral Walker
will hoist the American Hag at Pearl
Jas. 1 Moriran will soil tailor's
goods, by order of L. H. Kerr, at 10
j The Knmehameha School boys
I have been campiug the past few days
in uiu miiim mountains, ilrnunl. timturlni; April,
t ir i : ,'.i ii.. Jbi nml June, l" II.. ('1,3010)
Mnry llalainai. one of the hula uli on huml .,ij i.i
girls at Thurston r Hawaiian exhibit I - '
returned on the Atarmosn tn.il.iv. iikivisiosai. eovr.nMivr memo.
i ti i ! u. i r. mi Hsi'f"" Provisions! (levem-
I Iho Dailey atopic Company will incut to ilnte . . ..$ 2i5,ou .v.
open at I ho Opera House Tuesday Till- amount .-over, nil pxik'h-m Includ
lovouing uoxt with "Montw Cristo.v big military. '
i Miss Maggie Lihi.i'.n was a pas- I MrM" vwt " "-'"
senger on the S. S. Mariposa to-day. ' unttntntliiK vortlUcatf.. . .ii.'.oio oo
, She has been visiting tho Midwinter .. . . . . .
i i.'nt- ( ah In trcaviry to rcilovni nil
a 'while' , til fan' SSffi
from the States bv falling at this
Purser Thos C. Smith of the Mnri-
posa tendered his u,ual courlesies to
the IlUUETIN, for whiull ho has its
One hundred nud forty ease of 1 126.96.36.199 q.-i
naval stores arrivetl on tho S. S. 1 Due current nccif.t fr. :,d
.uanpoa for tho L. S. warships vnncp olo.in fund . . $ 72,: 1: 7:
Philadelphia and Adams. , Imi current ncemitit from nd-
, , vanec to litnl .S.rlliK
The Hawaiian .Joekev Club de- ,,n"k 2.1,1570
eided yesterday evening to hao a
program of elmoti events on .June
II, Ivamelianieha Day.
, .11, 1 . ,
An auction alu of unclaimed inor-
ehnndise at tho Custom House will
bo held by Jns. K. Morgan nt his
salesroom to morrow nt U) o'clock.
Tho Indies are busy decorating
nud otherwise preparing the Here
tauia-slrcct Armory for the L'east of
Nations to open to-morrow evening.
Miss May Wnterhotise returned on
the S. S. Mariposa to-day, after a
teu-moulhs' visa to her sister in New
York. Fred Vnterlioue accompa
nied the young lady home.
About leu Portuguese laborers
came back from the Coast 011 the
Mariposa to-day. They say times
are piel ly hard there and they wore
unable to secure employment.
II. Morrison, an ICngli-h lad,
pleaded guilty in the District Court
today to larceny in the fourth do
gree of n box containing $2.o0 on
April Oth. He wits sentenced to two
months' imprisonment at hard labor.
Defendant had previously been
charged with larceny of Sit 10, hut
me euarge was nmomlcd.
Iteede, of 11. I). M. S. Champ!
has issued n challenge to run King,
of the U.S.S. 1'hilndclphin, a iiiilenud
swim a inilo the mhiim dnj forfllJOa
side. If King wants to'raee he can
be accommodated and given until
the filli of next month or later in
which to train, linlli races, how
ever, must come oil on the same
Hegular Oonoral Cosniou of tho Exo
cutivo und Ailvlbory OounciU.
President Dole presided nt the
regular weekly meet iug of the IC.
eeutive nud Advisory Councils this
afternoon, with him being present
Ministers Hatch, King, Damon and
Smiths Councillors V. C. Wilder
(Vice-Ptesident), .lohu Kmiiieluth,
. F. Allen, Heuty WaterhoiiM', C.
Holle, K. D. Teuncy, Ii Suhr. .lohu
Nott. ,1ns. F. Morgan, John Kna. .).
P. Meudoiicn and D. li.Smitii.
Dr. Kodgers. secretary, read the
minutes of previous meeting.
Minister Smith rend a petition
from '.IS7 people living at the Leper
Settlement, for the establishment of
a post olllce at Kalaupnpa. He said
the matter had been urged upon dif
ferent Legislatures, but the postal
auiuonties nail always raioil ohjec
tions. iieferred to Finance Com.
Minister Hatch presented a pro
test from the International Schuet
zen Club aguiust giving the fran
chise to Japanese. Laid 011 the table
for reference lo const ilutiourd con
vention. The same Minister presented a
protest from the Hawaiian lCvnn
gelicnl Association against thede.-e-oration
of .Sinitltiy, with the sanction
of Uiu P. G., by holding rille hhoot
iug practice. Laid on the table to
bo considered with report of com
mit teo on Sunday bill. President
Dole thought it was a mistake to
say that the practice was sanctioned
by the Government. None of the
military companies so far as lie
knew, had nllo practice on Sunday
as a body.
Minister Damon presented the
weekly financial statement n fol
lows: I'imm-iii Srin.Misr iok hip i i k
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Current iiccoiiul I1.1I111111' Apul
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( umoiiii lecclpu ii,liii
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lloviiiuc .tiinip. 'li"i7
Hin I rancl-co Uoiiiil l'"ic. .. Hi
t'hliifu l'.i.'.iori'. .. .hm
I'inIi Market . . 1 1
I'u't olllce i iH
HiiViTiiiiii'iil n iilliiiloii).. pi;
luxe 1 in
llllo Water Itccelpl.
mile of Oiiwiiuiiiciil hoii'U I, n
I out iri'iiiry luilanee inlmv
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pcp'irtllli'lll I'lirnlKH Allnir- tf.
Hun no of miri-
Hun mi Immturutioii.
Iluicau uf 1'iilillc Work.
Hoard nf Health
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' Mr. Tommy reported from the
special committee on the Chinee
labor bill, submitting a substitute
1 bill. The report was signed bv him
i-lf, W. C. Wilder and C. Hol'to. A
minority report was signed bv lohu
, Fmmeluth and D. It. Smith, object
' ing to the iueluiiou of "domestic
1 sorvnnts" in the new bill as h the
old. Laid on the table to be con
sidered witli the bill.
1 Minister Hatch presented a re
port from the committee on the
Sunday law, submitting an amend
; titent l. permit band concerts on
1 Sunday at Thomas Sipiare or nny
I where else not within a iptarter of a
mile of a church wherein services
nre being held at the atnn time.
1 Mr. Walerliouse moved, seconded
1 by Mr. ICun, that the bill be received
and laid on I lie table to await more
; .Mr. Moruan moved, seconded by
I.Mr. 1). 1). Smith, that the bill take
its usual course, which carried.
Mr. Smith moved to take up the
petition from physicians regarding
the alcohol duty and infer it to a
ili'!ui enmiiilllee. Ciinleil, and the
President appointed the former
committee with the addition of tho
Second reading of the Appropria
On the item of SDMI pension to
Mis. Simcoiin. widow of a policeman
! Killed in (lie performance of his
dutv, Minister Smith said reports
had been heard that the beueliciary
was mil a worthy person.
Mr. Lmmolufh thought thi a
strange attitude for the Attorney
General to take, and moved the item
, be deferred until the Executive in
vestigated tliecnie. Carried.
Chief C lerk of Judiciary, ..il(H).
Minister Miiith explai edthat this
wasu lediictiou Midi as other ulll
cuds were submitted to.
Mr. Kmmclut It, objected to indivi
dual eduction'.. He would support
an even n duet ion 111 all salaries.
Minister Damon said there was
l less extravagance in the community
noiv than two year ago. Kuiployees
in private linns have had to submit
Mr Allen would not hive the sala
ries reduced ,,f ollieials who had to
give bonds, as tho holder of the
olliee in ipiction had to do to the
'uiiiount of SNI.lKlii. He moved to
! increa-e (he item lo S(KHK).
Minister Smilh explained how the
Kxecutive had tried to make the bill
systematic In answer ton ipicstiou
lie said the clerk might begetting
SitXI or SUM a year extra in fees.
The item passed as 111 the bill.
Mr. Morgan moved to increase the
pay of the district Magistrate at
j Kva from SI'JtMi to SUM). He would
have to look after the United Slates
' foices at I'earl harbor (laughter),
and ought to have enough to live
j Minister Sunt Ii opposed the raise.
Mr. lCua moved to defer the items
for district magistrates until the de
part incut report was received.
Ministers Damon and Smith op
posed delay, as it would cause con
The item passed at 3 1 (tod.
C)u the Hi-ins for magistrates 011
Maui Mr. Teuuey said Miiueihiiig
should be done about some of them,
who had been giving restoration
diuneis and champagne luaus.
Mi .ist r Small moved to increase
the salary of ilm District Magisliate
of Waunea, Kauai, lo fHM) His
jurisdiction included the large Maka
vvtili plantation. The motion cariied.
Mr. Kiuiuoluth, on the item of
."ilui for 1 he mm inian of the For
eign Department, wanted to know
the leasun for uieieasing the snlarv
of tills por.it Kill.
Nliui'ter Hatch replied thai it was
only pulling (lie pn-oiion 011 a par
With nl her chief clerkships. Ilesides,
(he department had dispensed uith
The item passed,
Mr. Lua cuiisuleiedthat the salary
of j.silihi to the si cietnrj of Legation
at Washington was inconsistent with
the principle nf uniformity in I he
salai les of chief clerks
Milllstel II. Ill ' explained that the
reason was the high coil of living
at W asluugtnii, toother with tiavel
iug expense., ami the secretary had
to act as charge d'allaiies 111 the
' ab.euee of the Minister
The item passed
Mr. Etnrneluth moved to strike
out the item for the Government
Minister Damon hoped the haul
would bo preserved; there was little
enough entertainment m the com
munity. Mr. Tonnoy thought the band
ought to bo supported hv a special
tax oti tho city of Honolulu.
Mr. D. 13. Smith said this was one
way to get oven with baud concerts.
Ho thought about the same as Air.
Teuuey, but at this stage of the
Sunday concert controversy ho
would not oto agaiust tho item.
The item passod, Messrs. liintuo
lutli ajid Watnrhoiijo voting to kill
"dot leodlo German baud."
A discussion arose 011 the Auditor
General's salary, Mr. Allen wanting
to ktiovy why it was larger than that
of n chief clerk.
Minister Damon said he was de
barred from engaging in other busi
ness. Minister Smith said it was between
tho salary of a head of a bureau and
that of n Minister.
Mr. Teuuey made a motion which
was ameudeu, so that the further
consideration of the bill was deferred
until Thursday next at 51 o'clock.
Mr. Emmeluth nsked if any word
was received by lo-dn) s mail about
Minister Haluh replied that a tele
gram had been received stating that
nothing could be done owing to tin
At lkik) the Councils went into
TKAOEDY AT THE FAIR.
Tho Shark Hunter Assaults a Hilo
Woninn With n Uatchet.
The San Francisco Call of the nth
inst. has the following account of a
frightful quarrel between natives at
the Midwinter Fair:
An object lesson in Hawaiian -utier
stitiou, which has been presented nt
the Midwinter Fair for the past few
weeks, culminated yesterday in n
murderous attaclt, in vvlucli several
drunken Kanakas, n hatchet, an in
furiated shark-hunter and a badly
ehopped-up woman were tho princi
Opti is the champion diver, swim
mer and shark sharp of the Hawai
ian village. Ho is also the star idiot
of the Kanaka aggregation, and is
absolutely clothed with barbarous
prejudices. As n metaphysician he
is n rank failure. Although he avows
his willingness to tackle a health.
shark on its unlive heath, he break's
into a cold perspiration every time
ho sees his own slndovv, and after
dark his terror is abject. His wife is
n South .Sea Island combination of
wife nud mother, and when the sun
goesilowu he runs to his better-half,
yelping like n frightened pup.
Paau is adtiskv matron from Hilo
Shu has been educated more liber
ally than ino-t natives and has been
the special protege of the mission
ary class. At the same time she is
ipiil tuilmr with the Hawaiian
superstitious and does mil hesitate
to utilin this kiiovlcd'c to her own
advanUige. Her thrift was peculiar
ly noticeable a fortnight ago. 1'aati
has been a sort of lieldhnml around
the village, cooking for the hula
girls ami chaperoning them when
such service was desired, which was
infrequently. Incidentally lie has
been exhibit iug .1 j iblolof Hawaiian
curios in a remote corner.
The day that Opu aecideutallv
knocked over a calabash and broke
the gourd into minute fragments,
J'aau raireil a howl over the dct ruc
tion of her ptopcrtv. It?, value was
uboiit $1,120, but I'aau claimed that
because it had once been handled by
an ancient member of the Kameha
iiiehn dynasty it wa- really worth
?."., and she demand d this sum in
compensation. Opu could not pay,
and would not pay if he could.
Paau vowed veuueau'ee ami imbliclv
announced her iutenliou of orayiug
him to death. It was a big lilull'011
her part, but she n lice led her belief
in the ellicacy of her punishment.
Every night Paau diligently and
audibly oil" red supp'icatioiis for
Opu's death. Tho victim writhed
at every syllable, and howled ami
moaned as muiuiuclv as if hu had
been in the jaws of one of the sharks
which he fights. His dismal cries
disturbed the entire village ami
made slumber impossible. With the
duwn Opu was invariably restored
lo health, but every night he was
As he grew worse ho conceived
the idea of retaliation. With un
limited faith lie invoked the aid of
his- particular shark god, to whom
he was dedicated at his liirth, ami
besiiight this piscatorial deity to
bring pains and ailments to the hody
of his enemy, Paau. Hut Paau was
enlightened enough to know that to
be prated lo death required un
limited credence on the pait of the
victim. She was above the super
Mil ion which preyed upon what
Opu termed his minil. Consequently
I'aau's health continued as good as
that of the ignorant savage was bad.
This gave Opu giound for a new
grievance. In addition to plotting
against Ins health, I'aau openly ex-
prcKscd her couteuiiit for the not
eney of his shark god. After spend
ing several days in continuous,
thought ami stimulating his mima
t tin. brain by much bad whisky,
Opu determined to seek eivilied
methods to help linn out.
Accordingly he iirocuied a hatchet
with nil her quicker wits than his
own, ami when I'aau was hard at
work praying him to death about It
o'clock estnrdav morning Opu went
into her hut ami tried to introduce
some logic into her brain To tic
complinh this he lii-t made several
holes in her scalp Her shriek-, at
first sounded like a nraer sickness,
but linall the Kanakas realieij that
something scrums was wrong, and
( )pu was prevented from accomplish
ing Ins complete plan of information.
A physician was suuuuoueil and lie
woiiud.s. dressed, Imi I'aau ben in a
very precarious condition.
'I he greatest aMciupt at secrecy
was made .it tic Hawaiian village
legardiug the allnr Kanakas and
white attendants alike swore po-i
lively that I he vvouiiii Ktuinlilcil and
fell, injuring her nut. 'rim hatchet
story was al lirst denied, hut, b(,
'many conflicting explanations were
mane of tno occurrence that
tivos of the Hawaiian Kitiinl
soon self-convicted as the cl
bars of .Sunset Citv.
Tho following is the story of
Mary Halainai who returned tollo
, uoliilu per Maripoa:
The name of tho man who at
tempted to murder the woman nt
I the Hawaiian village of the Mid
I winter Fair is John LMwnnk a half
, white, and the woman his wife, a
; lmlf-Cli.ne.se iiatud Luka I'.iau.
, They had bun out, and returned lo ,
, the village in an intoxicated comli
lion. A quarrel ensued between'
J them n stilting in LM wards' attack
' ing the woman with a hatchet.
1 Arthur Wall, who arrived In the
Maripoa, was seen about a report
that .Mrs. Mary Ailau was the injur
ed woman, lie said the report wa
false, as he saw Mrs. Ailau a few
minutes before the Mariposa aMe I
for Honolulu. He added that the,
woman was not so badly injured a I
was reported in the San Frauci-i
T. II. Hobron, agent of the Hawni-
inu oxlitint, was positivu that tic.
name Pnati was not on Ids ht.
AN ARTISTIC COMPANY.
Dniloy's Clover Organization on a
At last Honolulu is to ho favored
by tho presence of a oarlx of ladies
and gentlemen who nre a credit to1
iiieir cnoseu caning ami in which
they hnvo achieved a marked sue
cess. Such a company arrived by
Btenmor Mariposa and are now quart -
ured nt the llawnlinn II..I..I
Wo nro indebted to Mr. Spreckels
who mitltrllt fur nml I. ..I. I ..... ...a
inducements for the jireeut engage
ment and Manager Daili-v who has
been desirous of giving lli players
111111:11 neeoeu rest, lor the pleasure
we are to derive by their dramatic
presentations. The organization is
composed of such well known artists
ns May Naiinnry, Darrell Vinion,
Mrs. I-. M. Uales. Mortimer Snow
Josephine Onsinan. Chas. Connors !
Ueuevieve Nannarv, Eilwiu Llovd,
Edward IJcnnetl, (Jus Lee, and .Ino.
Howard mid their repertoire seems I
to be unlimiteil. Tills n.,.- 1, ... I
been continuously under .Mr. Dnilcj'.s
inanngenmnt f,)r two years during
min-ii iiie.v nave iot uiu two week
prior to making the prccut ocean
voyage ami have met with uuqunli
bed succ-ss, playing sixty-two con
secutive weeks 111 California.
It is such artists a ahove uniiied
that placed the American stage upon
laudable plane nud made acting
an art, not a hulloonfrv. People
Mich us are here cuiiiiod liud 110
dilllcullv in ire.ent ing Shakespeare's
heroes 011 one evening cieiiitnlily.
ami exciting the li-iliUs the next
with "I'iuk D iiiilnoes"oreveu light
er uialeiial. Such acompanv should
receive (he hearty support" ,,j ,,ur
t lieai re patrons, who ate accorded
this opportiiuily hut om-e in war-,
ami it relleet. credit 011 .vlr. Dailcv'
daring and judgment in traveling' mi
far lo depend on public intelligence.
Mr. Dailey has selected a reper
toire for the lir.M two vveks hut will
change the routine should the pub
lic exprc-n a preference for any par
ticular sljlc of material. The S. F.
Figaro, an nuiucin uit journal, in
speaking of (he organization savs;
"Manager Dailey is to favor I lie fin
waiiau Islands vvilh a visit bv Ii ir.
clever com pan v. which will be tin
questiouablv the strongest dramatic
ciiuip.iii.v that has ever visiied tliem.
The theatie goers at the Islands can
congratulate theiiiMilves for the
pleasure they are to derive from I hi
aggregation of talent that numbers
among the best thai San Fi.iucisco
has to oirer."
Their initial iiii..inini I.... u-iil 1...
1 -- I-- ..,. ....
Alex. Dumas' famous eieatinii.
"Monte Crihtu," given With complete '
costumes as all their pie.-cuialions
will be, on Tuesdav eveniui;.
It will l,n an agreeable niirpne to
peiMius hiibjeet to attacks of Inboiih
colic to leant that prompt rebel
tuny be had by taking ( 'hniuberlniu'i I
Colic, Cholera and Di.irrhiea Ifein- ,
hIv. In many iin-tame. ihe attack I
may be prev.nted by taking this
reuiedy as hoou as the lir-t hvmp-,
touis of the dinea-e rippenr. 12.' and
fiOcelil hottles fur sale hv all deal- '
ors. Itei 1, Smith A: Co. Agent -
for the Hawaiian I I a 1 m I -. .
A .SM'.iNU H IMI il.l(l!' ,
f l I Murlt-T. A. I. In-, u .11, i.......
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CM.i I. (DlT.MiK nit ,vy, -
J ltiHiiii-iinniiiil.li.il iJ'i''Vi.s
irifi;;r.il nml r, win, JrJjiVi
an 1,'iiHllhl, famllv. ,,- &iUf&2$A
.lris -ii. II,," Id i i mis iillli-e
1 sl'l'i i 1 1. i i. n imi .. ,,
V It. mill uf Vtsie .i' the Il.iMM i
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Itnein ef ihi. i liiimiii-r ,, i ,niiim.e., on
MA I I .ll Hu- i llli in. hi ,i,i,i iu, (Viocl.
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lleiMilulil, .f 1 1 II In'll. im. it
Visitors, Picuio Paities, Luaus
CrsiieraJ Fulolio !
A t Smith's Bus a nd Li very
Stables, King Struot,
Viljiilinn Mi Ir. .nli in l, it M ,rt. t
Is lie I 'In u.i -I p I, .. in ii.,t ii von i nn , i i
llils.i., Wh.'ihii Hi Ilurj:ii it j t t s,. II,
lliir.i.. Ii aiII ,i, Mm I,, cull iii, .,,.
In Inn ii ii , 1-1 . w line.
IslvvLvutl To.uphono 40Q
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If) II Al-H iluu II u.l i. ml. l.i.ii.
li lr).miiiii nf ni) .lurk i. -ilJn linl
U. J -. I . ) 1 1 p. .
'I'M II Nw. I.Hj .S'iciiiiiu ittrut.
3NT. S. SACHS'
bso trovt street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOK. in Plain, itrlM, ('leeks nnd IMnld.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A I.I. (iKAI)f.s) AND I'llK'i:?.
DIMITIKS In Mrlpcd, (luck., Plul.N and Hnlr Line.
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND CUTTON CHAFES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CKEAM AND KCIiT.
IMMKNSK VAItlKTY OK
WHITE . GOOIDS
-AN KNDI.IISS VAItlKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIItOlliKCV ClHilVuS In Sl Nlti.nk ,md Hnmlmri;. In
All Widths with In-ertlng In Mulch. h
All-over Embroidary, Embroidery Flonnces and Demi Finances.
Laces of Every Description in All "Widths.
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J 1 2!!"""!fc 1
1 '"' -'ii
i IiobiiiHon Block, Hotel Si reel,
NKXT HI UltllWAY A I'OltrKltl
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I Wll.l. MJI.l. (it y MY KVPIti: HniCK, i iinmihtinu ok
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Mens and Boys' Suits, Etc, Etc.
53 It in iiiiisi!)k. lor me to mention nil the Articles
SALH (JdMMKXCKS ON
Monday, March 19.
PLKASK C1VE MK A CALL!
Stock lust k Sold on May 1st.
I liuve Ikmmi iiisfnictcil liy Mil ,1. M. im: Sa k Sii.va,
pr.ipri.torof the Haw mianJai-anksk Ha.aail Hotel Httvvt.
to m'II Ium stock of JAPAN HSU (JOOUS. Also, a bi.r s
s...t..i...tt ,)C .1 PANKSK PAPKK NAPKINS will M. sold
i.r-s tii t'oss'i'.
iwBi'r ii Ml
WV liuve for Mil iii quaiititu.fi t suit the
l(llovinr liiMinlh nf
Table & Medicinal Waters:
-BvilTa.lo Litlala., Oa.sta.lian,
j-uunyrxcli, Manltou, Rubinat,
Napa Bocia, Vichy,
AND Till-: CELISmiATED
ALL Till: !() K AKK FOR SALIC I1Y THE
Bottle. IDozexi or Case
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
II V I Ni. 'ilNil.IIU.il ) I ,us. hit 1'itls LINK (IP
i' 'i ' vs in y im i . i pun-hM
AWAY UK LOW COST.
33. F. BZ-IXiElg.S &o OO.
I hi I I'lliis'l. '.'
II. K. McIXrYllE & BKO.,
uiroiiri.iLS vm iualijiis in
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
S. ...-. l Ii. ... ,v, .1 ... .,,.r, ., k, fr . jilMiin NHl(i nn( K(r(i(i
KKKSII CALIIMKMA . 't)IHl'E - HV . EVEIIY . STEAMKIl
Vi' ""''" ' 1r:w?.;,,at ViiKr:: """v,,ri"1 ,o "n
Ul.M. O.U.Klts SoUiliU, STWrT.,IN G.UHVN-m...
KAhl ioU.m;u KOIU AM) KIMI UTUKKTb.
tor White Goods
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