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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO, !
ritOM AMI) A FT Kit JUNK I. Ix-U
To Kwa Mtt.u
I. I'll V
A. Baturdayg only.
C. Hmiilnvf oxccptc.1.
Shj gUuUt UUiin,
MONDAY, APU1L 10, 1894.
8t'MbAr, April t.'i.
Norwegian l)k lVtnts, Alnleren, from
Ncwrontle, N 8 V
Httur t'lnuilliio frijiu Mnitl
Stinr Mlknlinln from Knunl
Htmr Iwnlnnl from Knunl
& tier Waluloalu from Haiuakim
Slmr talum from Huiunkuu
Htmr l'olo (rum Mukuwcll
MoMiw, April 10.
1' M H 8 Ohlim. Ward. titn Hon Frnnclteo,
en rotnr to llio Urient
Hnw bk It 1 Itltlict, Morrl-on. II dnya
from Ban Krmiclon
I'MHH I'liltin, Ward, fer Ihu Orlont
Am ohr It W Ilartlctt, oImw, for l.yn
.Stmr Kanln fur Wnlannc, Mokulrla, Kn
liuku and 1'iiimliui dt I'.' m
Htmt Mnkolll fur Moluktl mil Lnnni
htmr Ia'Iiuu for Moloki.l
Htmr Jamn Makcu for Kauai
Stmr Wnlalcalu for Knual at !i p m
Veitola Loaving To-morrow.
ftmr (.'laudlni' fer ports on Maul
Hmr Mlknliala fur Knual
Htmr Iwnlnnl fur Kntml
htmr Kllniii'ii Hon fur Hawaii
htmr W ( Hall fur .Maul uiul Hawaii
OarKOoa from Ialnud Porta.
Stmr ClHiidhif Wtt l:in iiutar, .IU Itnji-
tarn, 'HI Ihik thitatovi, KM Imp cum.
4l hcml cattlv, 15 cnWo, 7H Iiuk, TO
l'rom Maul per itmr ('Iniiilliii-. April 15
A W Van Valkeulmri;. Mr- 11 (I Alox-
umlprand daiiuhtt'r, h V
iVittriHik. J O rati- i
nl.l. W S Arm.tn.iiK. dipt I. Aml.on,
J K Joo.i, W llrclurc Tiioli. U II Ito c
V ilrollier, 1) Toomov, Dr T Allen, A J
l((Hlriitiic, J J Ulan, O Aarini ami At dick
Kmm Kauai ori.tmr Mlkulnla, April l'
AS Wllvox, ltrvO 1 KniiTMin, O Von
llamm, 1 l'euk, M llranli, K tiuvU, W A
Klntivy, I'. Ilroaillmiit, J I' I)lii, Jiiiu
llurdy. Dr AmutiiKc, It Wlloiixmul MiiMcri
' A Itloc
l'rom San rrancloo jif r 1 M 8 S t'lilim,
April HI Mr ami Mr Wliveltr, Kyiluuy
Hcrli.Tt, .'IS for Yi)koli:ima una i for
Foroi;n VcbioIb Expectod.
OSS Aiiklriilla. Hotnllclto, from San
KnuieUoo, ilia- April 'Jl
(' A S S Aruwn, hli'Uiirt, from Vum-ouvnr,
lit', iliiu Aprils
J A S S Wurilmoo, IV-rrj, from Svilnoy,
Uuo May 1
O AUBH (Wile, IVariip, from lluii;kniii;
uml Yokoliiiuni, iliin .Ma II
Am bktno DlM'onry, from San IVjiicou,
Am uk Amy Turner, from New York, July
Am lk Allien llooe, I'rlli, from Pan I'riin-
Am hk Annie Jolilyn, Itoc-k, for Hllo,
Am lik .NihvpIioj, Molloiliid, fiom Niuv-
instle, N S V
Am mjIi Salvator, from N S W
Uk M lluckfelil, from l.lvcroolt Juim l-l.'i
Our hk J OOluilo, from I.lvtrrfiol, Apr l-ll
TIim (UitiifiiiKi'iI ioiiubk" of mi'lii lvlnj!
in Sun Kraiieinco at pruttilit U 1 l.tJ.
MA.N KIIM li-lo NOTCH.
Arrivals April (I, Am liktnu John Worn
tur, '.'0 dayn f rom Kiilmlul; ri, Am lik Annie
Joliuxin. ludayn from Hllo; lik 0 I) llrv
aut, liktni lrni;aril, 111 ami lnl days ri
Nrtutlvuly from Honolulu,
rroj'cloil llepnrturi'H April II, Marv
Wln.elman, SO Alkn, S N lastle; II, S fi
AvKtialiu; May 3, SS Monowul, i; I) Hi).
uiii, ami Irmuaril, till for llonolu u.
Tliu harkuntlnu Joint Iliililuy. cuh mnor
Oveauia uiu-u uml hclmnmir .MuldotOr
Ivaim are all colli); to load mil-iu for tile II
('. AH. Co.
Tlic hulinouer Malil of Orleaui, MeLi-od
muster, urrlvud from S.ni Kruneli-io on
1'riday, lilih iiikt., wldi a cruoof ceucrul
niurctiiuitlUo for 11 C. V S. Co.
The lrii,'nutluuCouiuelu,Caiit. Jiicoli-nu.
arrived in Knliulul lust hund'iv, Hili lust.,
and departed U;iilii lliu following Wedmm
duy, lull iiml., with a uurKit of niin r for
Muisrn .1. 1). Spreekxli' A llroi. Co.. valued
Tlio hvlioouur l Uxle Vuneii, K. I'. Hurd
wlek uuiHter, hiiIIwI IiihI fuuirdiiy, t It It
iiiat., with u caruo of liy.'ll .iik stiuar
iroiu npreeKel vlllu, vuliied at ft-t.lll 'K t
eourlKiied to Hawaiian Commorolal and i
HitRur Company, bun Krumiiuo.
Klltl.INd In this ell, Apill IU, Mrs.
l'linhu A. KllilhiK.a nativeof Itioton,
Couiift'tleut, aeil tn tears, illrutou
and Now London p'tpurr plea-u isipy )
The P. G. baud will tfivo a concert
at Emma Kipiaro at 7 :!S0 o'clock this
ovoiiiug. l'olloviii( is tlio pro
gram: I'WU I.
Overtuie -Ilamllt Trieks . Mippe
Mureh The I', h. S. l'hlladelphiii Hurler
Choliiet bolu nei-ni's that were Itrltiht
ust . I'euduvllle
Mr. D. K. Niniiii.
neleiiiini It liln Hood I'e Kovell
Mudlej -I'liiutalloli Minn- 1 oiilerno
X)lupliuiie nolo -liuiiu Mullur
Mr J. N.itiltiK
Maieh I'rovislniiiil (luveruiiieiit lliritir
Wall -I'opiihtr Mi Indies llnrei
All kiwU uf duinmrivhil J'rinUny
promptly rjcrcutui nl low titl'n nl thr
I . 7- V..,i l,'A . .. ...p ................ .......... , . -... ...... . --:-,,- ---
leHYe UUIlUlllIU ....3iU I. 'til 1i.d UilU ' rim illfll rriv d in iihlml til I'llrsur Xllllllllf 1U' f If ttl lull- .1 llllll'll IV.1C1 mill III. i irru.111 RT 1IK III LIIH WIII1I1 mill llt'LIIIII I I. I . I . I .
Kw-MftV.'.Siw al6? slaSi olS Minion of the' S. S. China, for news however, but it did not even reach to cut it up into small pieces. C. V child hj,, ', ,in bottom.
favors. quarter speed of -low marching tho Chock Kim, uuder instructions from Shl, ..i..,,.,,,,, :..-.. , ..t-t...,. ,.,, ,i.
ToHokou.1.0. L A. Thurston and bride are ex- ' 1",r,,"-Thoci uniii rntlir Chang Leong, throw tho pieces into lint.,;il,(.i(7t,. rorl ,,.,, ', tll(,
0. II. D. A. 'niS.TKl pinched its way along with a sort of a pot of boding water. After a while ,. ), Wr(ll Ul1, ,llllllll()l,
a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. LJ: .....:. '. rtl1ir,a " pawl and ratchet movement. No- tho six Chinese Chang Leong, C. .i . j, ..... ,.. in(l. T)in ftlllr.,i
cKwbMIII.. .0:21 i()M3 3:43 6:42 , 3'"J "" body could see aiivthinir but a few Chock Kim. Choug Seo, C. Apoi. ,''u"i' ', .."V.:.!, 7.: ....V"
volVnr City .. .0:55 11 :i& 4:16 o:io . .. " . - i...:i . iT.. . i i r in. v- ni.. r'l.i.... ..! ni...n """ i'""u ol '" "- '"
.. ....' m.nn . e .. tt.tr I .IflQ l nrm nil riinui fill! ft IMf n Ml'llllin lib vriiuu 1 llllU. IIIU Hl'tlVI Kll t WIII.IJK V .Bl VUUll w.J.i.u .,.u w...... ...-
v-n rintirinuH imii I I :n.i :.ki tii-.ii . mt ...., ot.u.. .... i. ... ... . . '
LOCAL AND OENEKAI. NEWS.
Tho Sons of St. Gcorgf mud this
Tho I. G. baud at Emma Square
Registration of votir elosort to
day at 1028.
Moonlight excursion to Kwa plan
tation to-morrow evening.
Thoroughbred fox terrier puppies
for sale. See advert isetnent.
Tho Portuguese held a ma meet
ing in tho drill shed yesterday after
noon. sisal plants by tho S. S. China to-day
Trotu the Coast.
Joe Strong tho artist arrived at
San Francisco from Samoa on April
8 by tho schooner Vino.
II. F. I'oor's
seaside premises at
Waikiki are for sale. C. T. Guliek
will give all particulars
Admiral Irwin, retired, ia register
ed at tho Hawaiian Hotel, lie will
leave on tho S. S. Australia.
Tho S. S. China, Captain Ward,
left San Francisco on May 10 at l:!30
p. in. The passage was uneventful.
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Maefarlano
celebrated tho anniversary of their
j wedding April 1 on the S. S. AuMra-
' A doij belonging to a King street
resident bit a outig lady in the leg
yesterday a sue was parsing on tho
One of tho horses in a lleretania
street tratnear slipped and fell yes
terday, getting a leg broken under
the cur w heels.
The baseball senton will open on
May T, do decided the captains of
tho different clubs at the Y. M. C. A.
Captain Seabury, formerly of tho
S. S. China, sailed from Sail Fran
cieo as commander of the S. S. City
of Sjduoy on April .
A Portuguese funeral took place
tho other day, the cotllu being car
ried with the lid open and the
j cotpse in view of paser-l3'.
See the new card of IlollUtor A:
! Co. For smoker' article nml
aerated waters, wholesale ami retail,
that firm will satisfy everybody.
A mass meeting will be held at
I2wa shortly, when those who par
ticipated in tho late nucs meeting
ou l'nlacu Stpiare will bo aked to
Coiiniitiiulor Tlioiuni NuUmi, Into
uf tlii L'. S. S. Adnniii. ii.m nt tlui
i..... ii....i v v....i i..
V . l i i' . . t1'
. Iiitomlutl H''K hunt ti May Tor
Dr. O. J. AndruwA nml wifo rt'ris
tiriil nt tlit Oi'i'idoutnl Ilotol, ban
Kruncifoo, on April 7. !'. V. .Mni--fnrlnuu
nml wifo nr nlno nt tlio
J. O. Carter arrived stifnly tit Sun
FratioiKOo dm April 7 nml ri''iMorcd
nt tin- Oofiduntnl llotol. Tlio S. I'.
C'liniiiiclo lius ii thai .Mr. Cnrtor is
oil .iHimrol mission to Wnsliintnii.
t Mr. IMki'Iio II. Kitilni; died tliix
; nfternooii nt tho riponKoof li.yoari.
i Tlio doconod lonvns n liiislmnii mid
two turns, ono of whom, C'liarlos
Kihliiif,', in pur.sor of tlui Miminnr
A do.Hirnlilo opportuuiiy for an in
vestment of limited capital is nflor
ed in tlio snlo of two poninsiilu lots
nt r.mrl City. Tlio ihiIm will tn!to
tilaeo nt tlio calosrooin of
.NlorK'ui to morrow nl V2
Tlio lady eouduelo s of the Ha
ivaiiau booth feel afTronted at n
roforeuce in lids morning's Advor
tisor. It is one of thoo amliigiioiis
.l... .!.. - ... I ! ."..!..
stood. Our contemporary will prob-
luiiiiuiin iikii ro .nil in ut! iiiisiinuer-
ably innko amemls.
Ilnirv Saylor !s bong provocated
in the Distiicl Court litis afteruoiui
on n charge st keeping a gambling
joint ou Hotel, near Maiiunkoastreet.
Deputy Marshal ISrowti ami poso
swooped down on Saylor nml others
on Saturday night.
Threo niu-iciaiis belonging to tho
U. S. llagship band won. arrostcd
yesterday moriiiiig us deserters.
While being placud inidor arrest,
two sailors belonging ton merchant
man tried to oliVet a rescue, and
went pulled in for obst meting jus
tice. .1. L. ICaiilukoii and 1. .). Lowiy,
as president and secretary of the
mass meeting tho other oimiug, pie
noutod the set of resolutions adopted
at tlio mooting to Minister Willis on
Friday morning Minister Willi
proiiiiM.it no wouiii nirwani mom to
The J'orttik'iio.so olisurvetl Corpus
i Cliristi doy by a proces.siou yester
I day evouiiiK. in which tlio "Portu
guese Damlsmeii ol tlio l'. Li. haml
took pait. The ('nueordia liauds
inen are aury beeaiiMi tho C!oorii
mont rofusetl theui poruiissiou to
play ou tho lu'casiuu.
llnrpor's .MM'.i.ini. Tor April lias
forilh opMinii articlo one entitled,
"A Hllttlehllil) III Action," y Linn
tenant .S. A. Staiinio-i. It dcscnlics
a torritic naval dtn-l iu l.'.n, iu which
the U.S. Ivittleslnp l''arrarut euiucs
oil ietoriou-. 'I'lioaiiihor i- aid to
Admiral Wall.oi mi llu lln'.-liii
Socurud His Survlcos
.Mr. V. 11. Puttei, cT.iynn and iva
ter euhir artist, wlui has heen visit.
itiK I Ik ihlauiN fur liin health, ha
iiiadn an i.u.'aKeiueiit with Mr, ,1. .1.
Williaiiui. Mr. Ptilti r's work while
in San PruiK'ini'o ua xkimiimI Iu
iioiio. Sample will Iw tin exhiliiliuu
at our stiulio, 1U1 Purl btreiil
CLOSE OF THE FESTIVAL.
Immeiifle Throng at the Feast
Nations on Saturday Evoning.
Saturday afternoon the Feast
Nations was opened for the children,
tho admission for nll-eomers being
at half price. The attendance was
large and a fairly brisk trallie was
done by tho booths, especially in the
lino of refreshments.
Thero was a perfect crush in tho
evening. When tho procession of
the nations formed it was virtually
dovetailed into the crowd on both
sides. To make a move was like sol
ving an intricate mechanical puzzle
spear, a cluster of uavonets, horo a
coronet ami there a plume, now and
then a gaudy colored garment.
Considerablo friction of feeling
was cugeiideretl during the proces
sion by a factitious demonstration
in honor of the American Hag, which
was led by nn enthusiastic naval
ollicer, who was going away next
morning, and contrary to an under
standing amongst the management
that there was to bo no cheering.
Several of tho ladles in charge of
booths protested all they could
against tho breach of the rule in
tended to preervo strict neutrality,
and threatened toleaethe festival
then ami there, but doubtless the
offenders were not aware of the rule
ami could not be reached, owing to
the dwnso crowd, by anybody of
availing influence to check them.
American bluejackets made amends
later for the o(Teno by spontane
ously cheering the tableau ami song
After getting round a second time
tho processionists dispersed to their
respective national booths. Then
the tableaux of nations were put on
tho platform without any delay.
They were exceedingly beautiful,
but comparatively few people could
see any of them fully, the platform
being too low. The principal char
acter were gotten up to perfection.
"A Norwegian Wedding ' was ex
quisitely pretty. The synibolization
of the different nations was line, ami
iu most caes the tableaux were ac
companied I iv national music.
While in the meantime n steady
biisiues opened up at alt the booths,
there was n eoutan How of people
into the ice cream pauliou in rear
of the Norwegian cottage. The
great heat of the crowded place was
aueireotive promoter of business in I
It is believed that the gn re
ceipts of the Feast exceed SStWO.
Luiiitentionally, iu our report of
in open ng nigi.i, i iio name ot .Mrs. ;
S. I) Dol. lii-ail of tin.
cut of the American 1
Dnotii, ji! oiultli'it, nisi) tlui ihiiik.
of .Mm. II. V. S.ilimiilt. tho ruliiiK
spirit of SvM'dnii ami Nurri'n
,1 . I
A I.ttro uml t'auhlomiblo Audtanco
Will Crot Dailoy'a Company.
To-morrow evening, Ales. Dumas'
romantie story, ".Mouto Cri.sto," will
ho seen for tlio firM tinio iu thin eily,
proKfiited by an exceptionally elevor
'oinpnny of American performers
IJaiieyV Stock Co. Tlio play is ono
of exceptional interest In live nets
cocriuu n period of '20 yenrs, in
which Kdmiiml Unities works relent
lefS veiieniiceoii his persecutors who
enured his unjust imprisonment nml
separated him from nit nlliuuced
hrulo on his wedding day. The
characters of the drama nro "particu
larly htrot,; and call for the full
MtoiiiMh of tin. organization. Man
ager Uailey and his assistants have
been kept busi since their arrival
i on Tlttirrdny preparing tho scenic
elfects w'liicli ato numerous. It is
safe to say that tleee ulio attend
to morrow veiling will witness the
tno-t powerful dtniiiatie production
seen iu years. Tim advance sale is
at L. .I. Levey's.
Thursday will bo devoted to ,luo
, t- - ..r.i i.. .i
.'.V.? V . . vir ""'.. . Y"' .V:1.' " ..' I
111 111! 11 111'- .11111 I 1111 III4I kllll 1
will clo.se Willi the hilarious Irish
comedy, "Mulcahy's Visit," which
will be replete with tlio very latoM
catchy songs null specialties.
..-. .' . "-
Dopnrturu of tho U. 8. S. Adams.
The L". S. S. Adams raised her an.
ehors at 12 o'clock yesterday ami
nteaiiieil slowly out the harbor on
her va to the IMirinj,'Sea, via Port
Towiisond, oxpectttiK to reach that
porl under steam and sail in ten
days. The mud and sea p'trasitos
on tho anchors ami chains wore so
thick that it took tho Adams moil
nome time to clean it oiT. There was
a (;ood day's work to remove tho
accretions duo to tho ship's lout;
stu iu port
Tho moil were paid oil" on Satur
day, ami iioiio wore allowed ou
xhoro. Tho Japanese cook had been
allowed liberty the dn previous,
and, railing to leturii to tlio ship ou
Saturday tnorniiitf. ho was posted up
us a dcM.rier with a reward of i'2() for
his capture. Detect io Touia was
detailed to hunt him up Tlio otlicor
roomed tho a-sirtauco of soral in
fix mors, but the cook was not found
until this mor in),'. Toma .scouted
his man in a .laoaueso lodiu house,
ami brought him b.trefooteil ami
without coat to the Police Station.
Iio will bo taken ou boanl the I' S.
Oni lietler halves .saj tliey I'Diild
lint l.eep huiie uilhuilt I'hailllinr
lainV I'uutrh Idtinil v . It is used iu
limn- than half I h fn.HK- in Leeds.
Sims Mr..", I iIn luwa. Tin- sliuwri ;
the esiei in in hieh tliat loiuo.h is
held uhere It lias been -old fur e(irs
ailll In Mell kliuWtl. Mutheis IlItMl
learned that tliei.. i iiutlunn so (,'uutl
fur eulds, eulli and iiuuilll
i'iiu(h, that ii elites I In--. ailment
iiiull) and iierinaiieutlj, and that
il m plou-mil and sdfe fur I'liihlren
In lulu.. 2.'i uml oiieeul lndlle.s for
sale hv nil ileiileis. ISellsoll, .Slllltll
I Co.", AkoiiIk for tin Hawaiian
I Inlands. I
POISON IN THE POT.
Throe Chlnamon Die of Hoine-maJo
Threo Chinamen, Chang Leong, C.
Chock Kim and Cboug Se died of
poison taken in their apartments, in
tho upper story of the Kwong Hip
Lung Co.'s store, on Saturday after
noon. Tho particular', as gathered
from Goo Kim, Chinee Commercial
Agent, are as follows: Chang Leung
and six others were suffering with
stomach trouble. Loong said that he
had a wood ho brought with him from
China, tho extract of which would
euro tho aliment, un ineniooK a
Chung dipped little cup into tho
pot, taking out somo of the stuff and
sipping it Chinese fashion.
C. Apoi, a half Hawaiian, was call
ed away before ho had taken much.
Threo of tho ineu complained of
the bitter tasto of the decoction.
Tho other three, however, took
pretty heavy draughts. Chang Leung
soon became deadly ill. Then C.
Chuck Kim, tho conk, was prostrat
ed and tho others complained of
As soon as the men's condition was
realized a Chinese doctor was sum
moned, but he was unable to relieve
any uf tho patients. Chang Leung .
and Chock Kim died, and their
bodies were taken to the Police
Station. Dr. Miner, who had arrived
between the deaths of these two, ad
ministered antidotes to the remain
tier and had them sent to the Queen's
Hospital. Cheng See wn, however,
too far gone ami succumbed in tho
hospital. Four of the men were
pulled through by the exertions of
Mr. Goo Kim states that the tree
of supposed healing virtue is com
mon iu tho woods iu China, anil peo
ple are accustomed to gu out to pro
cure its branches. Il is ued by
Chinamen as a relief for stomach
troubles, The dead Chinamen came
over fiom China on the last steamer.
They brought this medicinal wood
with them mid used part uf it on
the vuvage. That which produced ,
such havoc was the last piece on
hand. The contents of the dead I
men's stomachs will be analysed
A coroner's jury was empaneled
this morning and adjourned till '
Prof. Lyons makes his report ou the )
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsauarilla is carefully
preparetl from Sarsaparilla, Dande
lion. Mandrake, Dock, 1'ipsissewa, '
Juniper hurries ami other wel
kll .........ii,.,. ,,.. . I.11,ir ,.,,..
1,:,.,,,:,, ....- r.... .,..
.fiu.ii iwii, iji irinii i i.ii iiiiii iriwil'p;.,
giving to HoodV. Snnaimrilla cura-
' live powers not possessed by other
1 medicines. It unVot remarkable
cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's fills euro hiliousuc.
'pill: WKI.I..KNOWN W X'l.CKC HAIL
JL l.ur. Thomas I'. Itoehf rl. Inic taken
thu U'loen-sirv-t sinvlni; I'urlun- mill, n-
Illj Hiistaeu ,V Co., where u hh I'leitu
Sliavvcii he hud for I Ynt. Hair Cut
iiieliided lor '.''. Cunt'. lull I it t
'pilo.si: VMtV DK.SIIt.
1 uliln Sen-Id- I'reml.es
at Waikiki lii'loii;liin in II
K. I'iMir. I'er niirtieularx
ui.pl to I'llAi. T lll.lt
li'l. II irilste...
OAnO OF THANKS.
fltS. IIAAI.KI.IIA lHlltl'.s TO
iX lliiink 1'rei.ldent Dole. t lien Dow.
utter Kaiiloliiui, Mrs. Y V, Allen and
other Indies, for their kindness In the loan
of various art 'clfi for thu H.iw'iillau ItiHiih.
SH-el.il thanks am due to the Hon J. A
Cummins for hU enor.nis liclp elveu in
the pis parutloii of th ll'-iili, ami during
the uontliiuunvii of the lliuuur. She ul-ii
thallK Mrs. I- Wlloov for her niunv jtllts.
FOR. SA.TL.E I
A few Chulen Puppies for sale from I'edl
ttreed sleek. AUdri'sx
W. It I.KWDs.
Ill-I I I TIN Utllee.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A I.I. KINDS OK -
nrit -TOi'K I1- ( oMIM.ini:,
We iiIm. still iii-tiiiui. in the
XT III 11
k- Ollle ami Mill -i. nun . Curnei ol
and M. ii haul sir., is,
llnl I ISII.il .V I O
, RIPLEY & AKIliUit REYNOLDS,
III i ii I ' Neil Safe
I oil -Heel, il.
le'iulil, II. I
and ts t,i rinlelid
eriiiilnii ! Hull. I-
i n.'e iti. ii I.
r i;v.tj n
inn. Old lluildliii!
Slh'.i -lullv Itellllsl
les(!ll for llllerior
el, d uml I .it lit ru l
or .Meeliiiuli'iil I Iran-
intt. Traclutt and lllue I'rlntlint. liruw Iiik
lor hook or .uu .paper iiiumraiiuti,
A Child Drowned.
A very sad caso of drowning took
place at 1'alama yesterday morning.
James Kdward Kidder, aged three
j ears and five months, fell iu tho
stream near tho 1'alama rice fields
and was found by tho mother lying
at the bottom tfead. Mr. Kiilder
had taken her three children down
to the stream to bathe. The elder
boys went into tho water and the
mother left the young't one on Hie
bank. She returned to the linue to
get something a d eoimiig back
miMed the haliy Mr'. Kidder did
not think of looking in the water at
the time, but "earehed in th vicin
ity. On looking into the t ream at
not hi- fooled I hi
llio owners itnd
truiiu'i'ri of fine f-ttieli
should have the very best
quality of feed for their
hordes. The only place
for such in the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Oi'Fici: & Waiikiioi'si-::
Corner Queen and Ximanti
Houl Street r Arlington Block i
iil' nc Stmt1 Ii k ri'ivWi'il iiiioiIht
ipll'llillll I'lVlll'T (if
J4ursSdkhii? caofc -
Per S. S. "China."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Dn II'msI'. In nil slinde, pi till llll.l
Ciii'hlons, I'uhlc Covers,
ll.sl Cover, fl(iis
Silk Crape Rainbow Suits,
Alld.lors I'auej Driip.riv,
Jai'keti., I up.
III.' IMei" of tlli'-u (iiiisls will isi.niih
Elegant Silk Kimono
I laurel if t ni
! Large and Small Japanese Rugs
Sill: I'llllir.d.iis, IIkIiI Inn sir. nc
CI air Middle-, fill,. I
Itnii.liuo lllind', II led wlili pn i-.,
hill, lillilp hluidl . lien Kt I.
JapauoBQ Screous, frum S3 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
gW Ciri In. -el
ground, nieu fr l'iei
of iluors. tli" i an lii
us ii t. nt
uith I'ole hi tin
es or I.illieh. s mil
oputii'd mil or il ed
C( )1T( )N CIiA PES
IN Ul i:.M VMHKIV.
H Iiishi t tt ... I! pietfiill Invited.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
I in "Iiii.n Hium i.l I i ineui Ini
tio. Il.rf-I Mile III tin I II teo -lull -nuiii:
to it- iiiiuriiii.il- siit'iiittii Ii i
verv lluel Ktmilnl, "ill) a r. -.due ..
I lo I H.reiiit i-jii-iiiiu win ii .il--. I
tlin.iiith a -iee nl 'm nn -In n. On
roii h.i i. i
ALLEN & ROBINSON'S,
Ay. ntlur llauainii. l-.l.ileU
Headquarters for White Goods
eo F'oet Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAtNSmiK-i in I'nin, lrld, f lnk- and l'lalds
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IV AM. (Ht.VIlK- AND I'ltH'Kfc.
imiritl in Mrlpwl, l'hwk, 1'laldi ami Hair Uti.
INDIA LINONS. IIATISTF AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CHEAM AND ECRU.
IMMKNSB VAItlKTY OK
- AN KNDl.i:4 VAItlKTY OK '
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
I'.MIIIUUDKItY KPMIVifS iu Skim .Valnoik and HamljirK. In
All Widths with lixertlin; to Mnt.li.
All-ovor Embroidory, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flounces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
5 1 Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
S'l'Xr to MIDWAY ,v I'OltTi'.lt
Stock Must 1)8
I Wll.l -i:t! HIT. MY I'NTIIJi: hlniK MiNSISTIN'U OK
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Men's and Bys
53r It is imposHihU. for m( to nifiition all the Articles
and I 'rice-,!
SAIJ-J CJOMMKXCKS ON
PLEASE GIVE MR A CALL!
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I linvc ln'i'ii instructed liy Mit. J. M. ii: Sa k Sii.va,
proprietor .f ilic IIaw.mian-.Iadan'km: Hazaah, Hotel street,
to M-ll his Moelc ol' .JAI'AMOSIO (JOOIiS. Also, a hK as
sortment .r .JAIWNHSK PAIM'JK NAPKIN'S will be sold
i.i :ss THAN" co.st.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
IIWIMl i iiSCI.l DI'.D TO Cl.twi; UP r THIS LINK OK
HH.D-. Vol l. IIUY TIIKM AT I'ltlChS . .
AWAY BELOW COST.
IMPOItTKU AND DKALKK !!.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Tresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
Now Onodi Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
- All Or.hr. fmtl.fillv iitteml tn .-ati.furtii.il u tranteeit .aml
and p.i k. I linn eure
I.im.h.n llMM-t.. Kimi Siiu:m. Hki Pout and Alakka Stiikkts.
IIOIII II.I.KI IKM :'io
Ill VOU'l" STUBET.
Impoilprs, Wholesale & Retail liners
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Evory Caliioraia Bteamer.
1CK - IKK'SI; . (i()())S - A - S1KCIALTY.
iM,.tM.s Oimtits .S.u.kitii. jfI 0T Satisfaction OrjutASTKri).
II. Ii. .McIXl'YItE & 1JKO.,
IJlll'ltTHIs Mi il,AU:ns in
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Ni II.H..I- Hi . . i w i i.i I r.i. Kn (r,.i t, I.,,. tern i-tiiio ,in,t Kurope.
IIIKSII ( AI.II'tiK'MA - I'lidlH i'K . iy . KVKIIY - STKAMKK
All iir.lir. lull,!! iiieii., i, uml iI.msI. l.vensl to Hill
i'im ni the in ruin:. '
Inland Dmukhs Soiatit;i Satisi-action Ouahantkwu.
1 KAbl coilNhll KOKI AMI KINO ttTltKKrH,
Sold on May 1st.
Suits Etc- Etc-
1' O IIOX ?J
1 : STACK,
ALWAYS ON HAND MM
-I. O IIOX '
l. liox ua