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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KUOM AND AKTKK JUNK 1. KU.
t Kwa Mill.
11. D. A. D.
AM rM FM rM
i.fuvo Honolulu o:45 1:45 4:35 6:10
lAjnve l'eurl City. .. ,U::io 2:30 5:10 6:6f)
Arrive Kr Mill :r7 2:57 6:3fl 0:22
0. U. 1). A.
AtM AiMi PM PM
U-ave Kwn Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 6:42
U-bvo l'cnrl City (1:65 11:10 4:15 U:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:6.1 4:.V 11:45
A. Saturdays only.
U. Httnilnys excepted.
D. Bnturilnye excepted,
tiiuksday, april 1, 1891.
Tni'RKiMY. April 11).
Htinr James Mnkco from Kauai
Til cm day, April 10.
Am l-nmte.l tchr l.ymnn I) Foster,
Druyor, for Hun l'ranclrco
Am I rnnstctl pclir KIiik Oyrtii, Chritlnn-
sen, for Han Krniicii-co
Stinr James Mukce for Kntml
Htinr Kuala for Wnl-ttinu
VomoU Loavinp To-morrow.
Stmr Kltiatt for Maul and Hawaii at 2 m
OarRoas from Inland Ports.
Htinr Jnmes Mnkec-:!.'.!0 lings puj-nr.
Htmr Knula 13.V) bags jugnr.
Vosaols in Fort.
U S 8 I'hlloileliihln, Darker, from Cnllno,
II II M H Champion, Itnokr, from llllo
JI 1 J M STukaulillio, Nomura, from Japan
l'"r rorvvth' Diiiliall'ault. Dupdn, from I'oru
Am Missionary jnckct .Morning Stnr, Oar-
land, from llio South Seas
Ainhk ilesjier, Hodcrgren.fmni Xewenstln
Hohr (loldcn Shore, Dlrkbolm, from New-
ensile, X S W
Am bk Albert, tirlllllhs, from Ban I'mii-
Am rvlir V V Wilzeninn, IVilomeii, from
Newcastle, X H V
Am lik Amelia, Ward, from 1'ort Town-
Jluw lik It l Itlthot, Morrison, from Ban
JI.iw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from Kan
Norwegian bk IMnu. Aiiilursen, from
NimcaMle. NS W
Am ship Occidental, Mnrmi, from II H
Am bk Allien Hesse, Krlln, from Ban Kniti-
Am M'hrU" Holmes, Johnson, from Port
Am aclir Win Dowdun, f Jircin, from
Newcastle, N S W
Foreign Vossols Exiioctod.
O 8 8 Australia, Himdlctle, from r-un
! rancl-co, duo April 21
O A B 8 Arawo, btewart, from Vancoiivur,
D O, dun April Z
CASH Warrlmoo, I'urry, from Hytlney,
duo May 1
O A- O 8 S duello, IVnrne. from Hongkong
and okohainu, duo May II
Am bktnu Discovery, fnim Ban l'runrUco,
Am bk Amy Turner, from New York, July
Am lik Newsboy, Mollcituri, from New-
cantlo, N 8 Xt
Am ch Balvatiir, from N 8 W
k V.Hackfeld, from Liverpool, June 1-15
Per lik J IJUhule, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
The steamer Klnnu will depart for Maul
and llawnli on her kclicilulu time to
morrow. 'J hu bark Albert lying In the utrcani look
In sugar from the schooner Mary K. Porter
mid steamer J. A. Cummins.
..T,'e.,cll0V,lu,, ly' ' hotter and
king Cyrus lnh left shortly before noon
to-day for Ban t'ranelneo with full cargoei
of sugar. lloti sklpporn will endeuvorto
leat eaeh other ovur. Thuy carried no
Ily the nrhooner King Cjriu, Taptaln
Lhrlntlaiinen, the following cargo wan chip
ied to the Couat: 15,1117 bag sugar, W. il.
Irwin .V Co.. XWIiagH do., O. (5 itergur,
JiJVii bans do., J. T. Wuterhoiio Total,
J1.NJ0 bags, weighing i: toin; doiiientlc
The Hcliooner Lyman D. Foster, DroM-r,
took the follow liu curgo to-day for Ban
Jtuiicim-o: 7IO.bags sugar, O. Drawer (
Co.. ja hags do.. K. A. Kclmefer k Co.,
.klllO hags do . T. H. Davles it Co., tUKW hagi
do.. Castle it Cooke, 'lotal, 22,tl. bans,
WMlhln8l51WI pounds j domextlu value,
ft HI II
VIKIIKA-lii this city, April Id, to tin
wife of Ciesar Vlnrru, a son.
THIRD DISTRICT OLUB.
It Declines to Oboy the Order of the
The executive committee of the
Third District Club of tho Union
Party met in tho drill shed, Palace
Walk, yesterday evening to dis uss
an order by tho Central committee
culling for a new election of dele
gate iu thot district. The Central
committee ordered a new election on
tho ground that A.G. M. Kobortson,
the nominee of the club, was a gov
ernment ollicial. After some discus
siou the executive committee passed
ft sot of resolutions repudiating (lie
action of the Central committee iu
ordering n now election, as a usurpa
tion of authority unwarranted by
law, and re-allirtuiug the nomination
of .Mr. liobortsou. The club declines
to notice tlie Central committee's
action. What the outcome will be
cannot lie foreseen, but the Central
commit Ifn was to hold another
mooting to-day to consider t lie Third
District Club's "kick."
The Central ommittee of the
Union Pari met to day and decided
to proceed with the elect ion of an
other candidate from the third dis
trict. Tim Ceniial ommittee con
sider it "usurpation" on the patt of
a single club in one district to dic
tate to the Central oinmittoe of
tho American Union Party.
LOOA.L AND QENERAL NEWS.
Voters registered, 1219.
No arrosis wore mado by the police
J. M. Monsarrnt wills for tonders
to build a sidewalk.
,W. Dtincalf, the Champion elog
daucer, will appear to-morrow even
ing. A. J. Cartwright is expected to
leave on the S. S. Australia for the
H. 13. M. S. Champion had fire
drill yesterday afteruoou in the
U. S. Cotisttl-Qoneral Millo visited
; the U. S. flagship Philadelphia this
Admiral Walker wont on board
the Duchaffanlt to-day, and was re
ceived with honors.
It is rotiorted that Geo. J. lions.
' late Auditor-General, will go into
nusiiiess witu Jsruco uaalwnglit.
Don't forgot the charitable enter-:
nttitimlit lit tint ttmtt .if It M t C
' Champion at the Opera House to
Special atteniou is called by 13. F.
Elders & Co. to their dress goods in
wool and muslin, also silks, laces,
gloves, hosiery, etc. .
The Hawaiian Tea & Coffee Co.
L'd, will hold its annual meeting
next Wednosday at the room of the
Chamber of Commerce.
Two tourists explored Mnkiki val
ley Wcdnosdaj afternoon and were
caught iu the brush. They reached
town, however, in safety.
Josephine Gasstnan and Mr. Dai
ley will sinif the latest American
musical hit. "Half-ptst Nine." to-
uiglit iu "Wire Tor Wire."
Au excursion parly left on the 1:15
o'clock train this afteruoou for Uwa.
The parly included Admiral Walker
and many other prominent people.
The clie fa case continued from
yesterday wos concluded iu the Dis
trict Court this afteruoou, twenty
two of the defendants being found
guilty and sentenced to pay lines of
Complaints have Ikmmi mado of the
shallow condition of the harbor near
the boat landing. At low tide boats
strand, and refuse emptied from a
sower pipe is exponed, creating un
J. Ouderkirk aud a gang of labor- I
ors have begun work on tho exten
sion to mo wnarves near mo iisu i
market. The piles recently itnnort-1
ed are being peeled, preparatory to
The Temple of Fanhioti opened
this morning for business, after be
ing shut down about two weeks. A
clearance dale will bogin at 10 o'clock
Saturday morning, when the entire
be olfered dirt cheap.
a lino almost ltie-si.eii crayon
bust portrait of S. M. Damon, Min
ister of Finance, is on exhibition in '
a window of the Pacific Hardware
Co.'h store. It is the handiwork of,
V. G Porter, iu the employ of .1. ,1.
A lady'H small watch was adver
tised for in yesterday's Dn.LKTix.
Early this morning tlie advertise
ment was orden-d out. the watch
having boon found. The I5lli.i:tin
is read by all, both. old and young,
aud is only fifty cents a mouth.
The coroner's jury which was em
paneled to inquire into the sudden
death of three Chinamen on Satur
day evening arrived at a verdict yes
terday, after hearing Prof. Lyons'
testimony, of "accidental po'ison
iug." Tho poison was unknown to
"Wifo for Wife" Will Bo Presented
by Dailoy'a Stock Co.
"Wifo for Wire," to-night's bill to
bo given by Dailey's clever eoinpuuy,
is one of tho most pronounced sue-'
cesses of the American stage. Tlie
story is of a mulatto slave who be
lieves his master caused him to b
separated from his octoroou wife
and for vengeance, swears to have
wife for wife and life for life. Ho
succeeds in separating them through
intercepting and changing letters
aud enlisting the assistance of a foi
mer aspirant to his mintress' hand.
Following this he (George the mu
latto) attempts to poison his master,
but by a clever exchange of glasses
falls a victim to hU own machi
nations. There is an abundance of
comedy furnished by two colored
servants, a French doctor, a weak
minded old maid aud two aspiring
young people who are seeking his
trionic lame. The laughs are plenti
ful and serve us a good foil to tlie
intense nud interesting dramatic ac
tion. With three distinct styles of
dramatic material theatre patrons
will have ample opportunity to criti
cise the versatility of this company.
Tlie sale of seats to. day promisima
Moua. Visszavotm and Muus. Vorlnyo '
on tho Fronch Ounboat.
Mens Vi.avoua, acting French
('oiiiinis'iioiior, and Mous. Vorleye,
the recently arrived French Coin
mihsioner neotoditod to(jueen Liliu
okalaui. iu full iiiiifniiu. ilrnin to
' the boat lauding in Moiis Ymlow's
i ptiate carriage at '.) o'clock this
morning. A bare fium lie Pionch
waihhip Duchauault was.it thn lanM
ing awaiting them, 'l'he (niutuis
siouers of France were rowed to the
Duchairaull, on I man I of which t ln-
sla.M'd half au hnur. On rcliriui!
I hey wereaceoided a salute of Hou'ii
guns, Passing Hie I . h. s 1'lulailol
phia and II. II. ,1 S Chamiiput lhy
were honored by a siptad of uiariiu-s
on each cniinr with present arms.
The booming of cannons so earl) in
the morning attracted iputo a uuiii
her of people to tho city flout.
Rogular General Session of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
The Executive and Advisory
Councils met at 1) o'clock this morn
iug.f Vice-President W. C. Wilder
presided, with whom wore present:
Ministers King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors .John Enn, Henry Water
houso, W. V. Allen, J. F. Morgan,
John Xott, Ed. Suhr, John Etnme
hith, E. D. Tonnoy aud D. 13. Smith.
It was decided to make it the
regular, and not a special sosiou.
Minister Smith from the Judiciary
Committee reported iu favor of
granting the petition of two prison
ers for pardon, Adopted.
Minister Damon presented the
weekly financial statement as fol
lows: FlSAM-IM, BTWhMEST TOR THE WFFK
Knihsu Amu. is, 1'JI.
Current account balance April
II, lll 21:1.077 33
Interior Department .. .? 5.7(0 S4
t'liftoms receipt s,lo 00
Kino, etc .. iso 00
Kevenue tiimp KM f0
Cldnc-e l'iiort if-jo 00
Water 515 00
1'o-t olllce .VII V0
(Invcrnmcnt realizations. .. . owl 5s
Taxo . . a.HTo 5J
Crown Lands l.Il'sj 10
HlnkJiitf l'uiid 4,K is
Bali of i Invcrnmcnt IhiikN.
Total treasury balance as above
I 'i'0,:i5 i7
Judiciary Popart men t .
Department 1'orelgn Atl'alr-
t, is I III
Halark- and Incidentals.
Korean of Murrey
Ileglstryof ( oiircyanecs
llurcau of l'ublle Works
llurcaii Water Works.
Hoard of Health .. .
Miscellaneous. . ,
Finance Depart incut
Balarlcsaud lueldculaN ..
Attorney Unneral's Dept. . .
llurcau of Public Instruction
dene al Expenses Provisional
Itoad taxes to sH'elal deiiolt .
School luxs to rlal deposit
llxpcn-cs placing loan, ly.r.1
Land .Nilcs ...
Payments under N'ctlon -'
Ho-pi in I Tux Fund . .
$ .'(O.tr.U 07
. 1'10,'ttJ bo
t .'iOKI 07
7 II AX) (SI
urn-tit Account, llalnuee
Treury notes ..
Tr.'iisiirv notes lo.i-oo W
Due I'. B. Hank aud I'. M. ti.
Ilf.l..- f!k't 'J1 m-
I MIC i . 3. ii.iiik ai
V' !-.,...! ,
.yi,ru iv 7
I'. S. IMNK Ml. MO.
Notices this date of with
drawals .maturing April,
Max and June, lsoi.. t lO.rii" on
t'a-h on hand 1-,'JJl 17
IIIOVISIONM, OOVI.IlWIKXr MKVli.
Dxpen-es Provisional (loveru
ment to date f 'J-.1I,.VM M
This amount covers all exs'ii-cs includ
MKMO i,HII IS THI.st'IIY.
Outstanding ccrtlllcitcs f :il'.'.oio 0
Cash In treasury to redeem all
ouisiauiuugccmiicatcs . au'.uoo on
('ash on band Postal .Savings
Dank IS..V,!) 17
ll.ilaucu to crc-llt of '') lto.ul
Hoards In l'rcasurv L'S.tCsl n
llalaucn to credit of School
Hoard In Triasuiy il.ntl is
Available cali, current lie-
count . . . L'llM.li.! (10
$ ::u;,s 5i
Duo current accMim from ad
vance mi In iu fuml ... $ Hn.'.W '.tl
luo current account from advance.-
to Postal Biting
Hank i,15J Os
Subsidy to stmrs. to Molnkal,
etc jug mi
Forests and numerics ,. 470 PI
Klectrlc Light SID 111
Lighting streets other than
Honolulu .... 15 .'Is
lnaiie Asylum tm7 1)1
i:pMii-us ol Election . . 701 iV)
Aid llllo I'lrcDipt.. . l-.liai
lueldcuiuls Homitstiads. 11,1 III
The second reading of the Appro
priation Hill for salaries was'takou
nnruiTiiKNT or iinanck.
Miuistnr Damon made remarks to
justify reduction lo $(00 a mouth.
Registrar of Public Accounts.
Mr. I). 13. Smith moved to make it
.jiMXH), ami spoke of tlie importance
of the position.
Minister Smith thought it had
been fully explaiuod that the item
was in accordance with the scheme
adopted of giving ,r,10O to head
Mr. D. IJ. Smith replied that there
was a difference iu this case, iu the
requirement of a .S20.1XK) bond from
the incumbent. There was the clerk
of (he Foreign Olllce getting $5100,
although h s position was that of a
Passed at $t'i000.
Clerk of Finance Olllce, tfltiOO.
Second Clerk and Messenger,
Tax Asesor of Oahu, 5100.
Tav Assessor of Jlawa i, $5000.
Tax Assessor of Maui. $11500.
T Assessor of lvauai, $J(KK).
Mr. Walerhouse moved ?15(K).
Minister Damon praised the pres
ent incumbent, but undertook to
show- that the salary nU'ered was
Passed as in the b'll.
Deputy Tax Assessor of Oahu,
Clerk lo Assessor of Oahu, $1500.
Deputy Assessors and Colleetois,
roM.u. nt in. t .
I'osl master-tioneral, .i5tKH)
Supeiiulendeut of I'o.-ial Savings
Superiiiteiideiil of I'ostal Money
Older Departtueui, $I(X)
Mr. .Morgan wauteii to k now, if
these olllctais were put iu at cording
to I lie line of promotion, why the
money order itian should get more
than tho postal siuiugs bunk man.
Minister Damon answered that
they were not in the order of pro
motion. The work and respoustbil
ily of the money order clerk wore
greator'than those of the othor.
Mr. Morgan could not see the
matter thus, and moved to increase
tho savings bank dork's salary to
Minister Smith considered there
should besomo reasjus git en for the
increase. If the action of the Ex
ecutive was not satisfactory, there
should be an investigation.
Passed as iu the bill.
Mr. Ena moved to reduce tho
monoy ordor clerk's salary to $.'3(500.
Minister Smith Why?
Mr. Ena Because I consider the
responsibilities of tho two positions
Mr. Tonnoy thought tho work of
tho monoy order clerk was greater
than that of tho other.
Mr. Etntneluth (iuterruptim; Min
ister Damon) asked how many clerks
were under theso pots.
Mr. Morgan thought If tlie clerk
had so much work clerical assistance
was what he needed.
Minister Damon said he had a
clerk now, whoso salary it was not
intended to raise young Dexter,
who helped sorting mails.
Mr. Ena spoke of the $2300 of
money ordor fuuds lost by Post
master l.adwav on Kauai.
Tho amoudmonl, reducing the
ilom to $3600, carried.
Clerks, $25,000. Passed.
Minister Damon moved to raise it
to $35,000, on the strength of later
Mr. Emmelutii asked if the Minis
ters would reduce their own salaries
Minister Damon replied that ho
would support a motion lo that end
The item passed.
tll'IIKAt' Or Cf'TOMS.
Collector-General, $0000. Passed.
Deputy Collector-General, $5100.
This being an iucrease was ques
tioned by i-ovoral momlicrs, bit it
First Statistical Clerk, $3000.
Second Statistical Clerk, $2700,
Third Statistical Clerk, $2 100.
Port Surveyor, $3000.
Deputy Port .surveyor, $2100 a
new item, Minister Damon explain
ing that the Fort Surveyor was often
Harbor Master, $5(100.
Vico-Presideut Wilder suggested
this should be increased. There was
no more hardworking ollicial, nor
one more faithful and competent.
Mr. Walot house moved according-
Mr. Allen supported the motion.
Ho was prouder of nolhiuo- in his
career of 21 years at the head of the
ctts'oms than his appointment 'of
The amendment carried.
Mr. D. 13. Smith had heard com
plaints from sea captains, that they
could not find the harbor muster iu
his olllce. (jThe chairman That's
because he is out working.) The
speaker moved to insert $000 for an
Mr. Emmelutii thought it was
time to call a hull. The harbor
master could hire his own errand
hor out of his $0000.
There being no second. I he mailer
Appraiser, $3(500 now.
Mr. Eiumcluth thought if jobs
were lo lie created, no competent
mail could be had for less than $.'500
a mouth. He moved the item lie
Mr. Ena would leave it iu but cull
the ollicial a clerk.
Mr. Watorhoiiso asked if the head
of the bureau was not the appraiser.
Minister Damon said he was.
Mr. Emmelutii withdrew his form
er amendment, substituting one lo
make the olllce that of assistant ap
praiser. Minister Smith said there was no
ofiice of appraiser known to the law
us yet. How could thereby an as
Collector-General Castle being
present made explanations by re
quest. An appraiser would increase
the revenue. Of course ou the basis
of similar work iu the United States,
$300 a month as suggested would
not be too great.
Passed as iu tho bill.
Three pilots, Honolulu, $11,100.
Keeper Kerosene Warehouse,
Mr? Ena asked where was the ware
house since it was burned.
Tlie chairman said tlie ollicial took
care of the oil.
Assistants Uouded Warehouse,
Assistant Guards, Honolulu, $2100
an increase from $11,520.
Minister Damon moved to increase
to $32,210. On further consideia
tiou of the circumstances the moder
ate increase was asked.
Mr. Ena said he should think that
was au extreme request instead of a
moderate one, iu view of the fact
that the item in the bill showed a
Minister Damon explained that
the former item was found instill!
cieut, mul an extra appropriation
had been made by the Councils.
Vessels under guard paid the fees,
which went into the treasury as
Mr. Ena moved to defer the item
until fuller information be obtained,
amending this, at the request of the
Minister of Finance, to refe the
item to a special committee.
Carried, and item referred to
Messrs. I'.ua, Allen and Tommy.
Assistants all ports. Ss(MK, increas
oil from $0000. Kefcried to special
Collector, K.'ihulul, 3(XM.
Collector, Hdo, $3000.
Collector, Mahukoua ami Mono
Port Surveyor, Kahiiltii, $2001.
Port Siirwiyiii', llllo, f'JKsi.
Custom Mouse llo.tl, $1 100 au in
crease from $1200.
Minister Damon, after discussion,
muted lo reduce to $100. which carried.
Ofllco Boy, $!)fi0.
Pilot Boats, Honolulu. $1000, re
duced from $1500.
DLPAIiTMCNT OP TTOIINI.V OKSPIIAI..
Attorney-General, illliOO. Pncd.
Deputy Attorney-General, $(5000.
Mr. lenney. regarding this as
equal to a head clerkship, moved to
reduce to $5100.
Minister Smith combated the idea
of this being a chief clerkship. The
incumbent required a professional
training. The work had increased
verv much indeed.
The vote was a tie.
Mr. Emmelutii moved that the
American League member (I). B.
Smith) be requested to vole.
Minister Smith and Mr. Allen
emphasized the importance oi the
The vole on being taken again re
sulted in another tie, as follows:
For the item Ministers King,
Damon and Smith; Con .eillors
Waterhousc, Allen and Smith -(5.
Against Councillors Ena, Ten
uoy, Suhr, Xott, Morgan and Ftnme-luth-15.
Tho chairman (on account of rela
tionship) declining to give the cast
ing vote, tho item was referred.
Deputy Marshal, $1200 -raised
First Clork lo Marshal, $3000-ro-dttced
Jailor, Oahu Prison, $30X) in
creased from $.'KXX).
Mr. Ena saw no necessity for the
increase. The Attorney-General
worked hard in tho last Legislature
to have this salary reduced. There
was not a bettor paid ollicial in the
Government service than this one.
He had his board and lodging and
feed for his hore free.
Tlmitein as in the bill lost, but,
on motion of tlie Attorney-General,
further consideration was' deferred.
Sheriir of Hawaii. $5(hXl.
Sheriir of Maui. $5IIK).
Sherig of Kntni, $I(XK).
Clerk to Sheriir, Hawaii, $I2(XI.
Clerk to Sheriir. Maui. $I2ix.
Clork toSheiiir. Kauai. $(HX).
Deputy Sheriir. South Uilo.$3(5txi.
Deputy Sheriir, North Kohahi,
Deputy Sheriir. South Kohaln.
Deputy Sheriir. Hatnakua. $2100.
Deputy Sheriir. North llllo, $11 III.
Deputy Sheriir. North Kon.i.$l 110.
Deputy Sheriir. South Kmin,$l Mil.
Deputy Sheriir. Kau. $2010.
Deputy Sheriir. Pitnti. $1H50.
Pay of Police. Hawaii 4l2,tXH -in-erea-ed
Deputy Sheriir. Watliiku.$2liKl.
Deputy Sheriir. Makawao. 2loo.
Deputy Sheriir, Laliattn. $1020.
Deputy Sheriir. Hana. $1020.
Deputy Sheriir, Molokai. $12(X).
Minister Sunt h said this was in.
adequate, the incumbent having the
bipor Sett lenient in his jurisdiction
He moved $UKX), which carried.
Pav of Police, Maui, $31,000, i.
creased from $211,127 10.
Deputy Sheriir, Lihtie, $1020.
Deputy Sheriir, Kiwnihau. $I5i50.
Deputy Sheriir, Hanalei, $15150.
Deputy Sheiiir. Koloa,$l5(50.
Deputy Sheriir. Waiuiea. $2I(XI -increased
Pay of Police, Kauai, $l5,(XX)-in-creased
Deputy Sheriir. Koolaupoko,
Deputy Sheriir, Koolauloa. $1200.
Deputy Sheriir, Waialim, $1200.
Deputy Sheriir, Waiatiae, $1200 -au
increase fiom $11 10.
Deputy Sherill, Uwn, $1 1 10.
Pay of Police, Oahu, $I(K,(XX -an
increase, iroill Tixy".). ,
A motion to refer to a special
Two clerks, receiving station,
Supremo Court .Ollicer, $21(50.
Hack Inspector, $2100.
Physician, receiving station ami
prison, $2100. Passed, after a re
mark by Mr. Emiiieliith that he no
ticed there had been some "divvying
up" of this job.
Support, .Maintenance and Care of
Prisoners, $I5,(X)0. IMorrod to spe
Clerk, Translator and Copyist,
Detective Service, $1S,(XX) -a new
item. Iteferred lo special commit
tee. The chairman appointed as the
special committee on police items:
D. 13. Smith, Cecil Brown, W. O.
Smith (Ationmi General), II. Water
house and W. F. Allen.
Mr. Kiimiolulh -That's a svveel
I scented way of doing business, ap
i pointing a man who is not here. I
' should think a competent member
i ought in lie found among those in
Minister Smith -Mr. Brown will
be bad. Satutday.
VicePiesideut -I appointed Mr.
IJrowti because lie was formerly At
1 Tim Councils at 11:15 adjourned
until 2 p. m. to-day. voting down
motions for 0 a. in, to-morrow anil
this day week.
i I recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Halm for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains ami swellings. There is no
better liiiuiiiut made. I have sold
over 100 bottles of it this year ami
all were pleased who used it ,J . ',
Pterson, dr. legist, South Chicago,
III. It is for sale by all denier.
, IJeiison, Smith A, Co, Agents for the
, Hawaiian Islands.
'Pill: WNfAI. Mi:i.U(! OH Till.
1 Mm Uli.il.leis.il tin' II ii M . .ii i i
A II I'liMI'tW, ll.ill. will Ii, llrlt ill .
Itimiii te the ( luiiilier of ('.miini'ie.' on
Will) .Ibll.W Anrll J'uli, ii .'..elu'L
I'. M , fur the ri'iniuit! nl Aniniul lieinnls
.1 i tlie l.li.'tuiii uf t lli.-. r, , mli mi ct -lilt!
is.lcsn..,! W ,
lulJ :.t M.i'ri't try II. f. A 'I. i o, .',.
FOR SALE I
A f. rt i holie l'tiin-- lnr sale Irom 1'kIi
Ijreeil alu. U. Ailr.-
W. II I.KWIh,
' Inn l
The Men of H. B. M. S. Champion
Will Tnko tho StaRo.
Tim men of H. B. M. S. Champion
win give a giant! variety entertain-
tneiit at the Opera House to-morrow
evening, for the benefit of tho Bri- mtnMnJn l.!1 1(UU
tih I3otiovolo.it Society. Tho Cham- lilUrSaay, ApHl 19tll.
pton men have been practising earn
estly for tlie iinl ui.iilt. niwl n fun-
, entertaining program will bo pre
sented. The object being a charita- '
i bio one, a crowded house should
greet thn tars. Tho following will .
i be the pn lam:
Ill crloriitor .I. I'mli.itt.
'I anion J. iluriivv.
()'uIok Clients. - Plow "v Merry
WliiiN.. .. Coiuimnv
tsongninl cntlmontnl Kitty Wells
...'... J- Orine
Nuns Comic- (s.illy with tlie Coal lllai'k
live p. I'ucl
Soiik Seiitllnentsl-vVlieru I- Mliiuli-
.. . . . . ' iViiliaw
Hum; UmiiIu Diiekfoot Hv J. llnrnev
fcun,i Sentlmuiital-llaiiy l).is Down "
on a l'lirm. . . . oikliniise ,
sonn Comic Scroll Me Mother W Smith
Hung Comic The China lliiinlio.it inuii
, . ... .W. Oiinoatf
on ( onilc-!he hail to l.iave tin
llallatl. . c. Iiarnef
Minn Sentimental -'I he Souk that I
iieaotieil jiv Heart .X. Ufga
Interval of A Minnie'. -Oram!
IMantntlon Song ami Dance
., . C. Monkhotis-, W. llrltten
The Itto Maes D. Kn,.el, W. Dnnealf ,
Comli) fconn in Ch.iraeter . , V. llrltten '
TheTtto Nolihv Itepulars ..
', , . ... .t . Ha riles. V. D.mcalf
Hal'or lloniil.e 1). p.ni'l ,
Interval of a .Minute.,
loiiihi.lliijj win, the Ijiiifc-liiihle Sketch I
t'titiileil-lhe ( rav Wife. ,
Hie MiisImiiiI c. llame. '
Poor DM Miinlow W. Smith
lhf(;nizy Wife.. .1 'ei,.,aw
I he oinlii)? Miin J, (lurliev ,
A thirleeu-year old native boy '
while after birds' nests fell from a '
tree to the crotiud. a distance of fif. i
teen feet, yesterday evening, nud
was picked up senseless. He was I
conveyed home where his fnther
gave Ii i in a goiul .co uu. The noor . . i
lx.y in pait. listened to his fatl.erV (,IV1,t inproVeilieiltH, llOW
repriinaud with misery depicted on ever, were made bince it WUH
his countenance. i , , . . ,
. Mold to a corporation about
Our better halves say they could KJv venrs n-n liv iiniHirtSno
nit Iteep house wit h.mt Chamber. H,Jtn,h "-' u3 linpoilllljf
ninV Cough Ifeniedy. it is used iu milling maeliinery from Eu
uun h wougn Kouiedy.
mure than half the homes in l.m..l
Situ- Urns, Leeds, Inwa. This shows
the c.sicom in which that remedy is
held where it has beensolil fur years
aud is well known. .Mothers have
learned that thcto is nothing so good
ior con is. erotio and w iooiiiiil?
cough, thai it cures these ailmeiitj.
M'ticKly and peruia itly, and that
.ii. ..i i .... i' ...I
m mi-,i-iiiii linn mini nir ciiiKireti
to tal.e. a."i nutl eOceut bottles for
sale by ml dealers, iteiihou, Smith
to Co., Agents fur I he Hawaiian
ri:vij:it lir. AuKCD nm to
' luill'l a hl.hrt.iil. on KIiik Ulnet. I'J
feet loiiiihj s feel wi.li' mill alioat si,.,e.
hlh. Teu.lers to Is. mii.le for tlii.ril.li..
alk In I'oiiit l.i anil ills,, hi ritotie. The
uiniers jsnel ilw-not liln 1 hlm-elf to ae-
i'..t the lowest i.riinv I. il. Ai. to
J. M MO.VSAUUAI'.
iiouoiiiin, a .rii m.Kn ii....i,
U. M. S. CUAMPION
T" HI illVI'N IN li oi rill
BRinSII BCNEVOLIiNT SOCIETY
April 230. 1B84,
Etc , Etc.
Door Open at 7:30; Ptiformance at 8.
Admission, : : : : fJOc., 75c. ft SI.
il)u Hex I'liin mm-o'ii at the n'llen of
1. J I.. V y
J. J. EGAN
H lr'-'- S"- AU.KIll.ir
AI.iV.Ws (l.N HANI) 1TIK
Wlulo ami Colored Woislou Gnods Tobaooos. Olgarottes
I III'. M.).si uMi'i.hTi; .,!.. i K ol
.N.ui.niY- Smokers' Artirinc:
UresMiisklng Dune by Mrs. Keuner. Juua'I d HI lltlCb
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
u in iii i" miiiiiiki'iik nt nmi sad
nt l'i..ii.ri. mill i oil. .ihii. in
liu II- iiriiiu in s,
Houses and Land For Sale
Norihirli .orii.-r ut Ki n m,, . n ,iiilu
()n. ii iIiiu.Iimii Im.l.u I ... .. i i ........
Tills Evening !
ONE OF AMERICA'S BEST.
Thursday Evening, April I9tb:
"WIFE FOR WIFE."
Saturday Evening, April 21st:
NO I'l.AYB HKPKATKIi
60c, 75c &c $1.
Advance Sale at lJ. Ivi's store.
The Tngowa Coal Mine is
located iu Fukuoku Ken iu
tlie IvIaiifJ of KiiiHhui, Japan,
and wan discovered about
twenty years ago. It was
owned by the government
and mined dimply for the
"mumm '" 8 UHC-
rope and Ameriea.
Tarawa Coal ib ued more
than all other Japanese coiiIh
in tlie followintr eounttieH:
I (M.;,,.. 'Uimilii anil menit'u
"ma l"-" Oil ait K
neuieiucnw. it nas lounu
it way even to Bombay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Inlands recently, and it has
no Hlllii'l-inl' in thin moi'L-nr ii a
I1U HIIIH ' ,ul ln l,,H Ulill kCt IIS
j ,..,..., . ji,,,,,., ..Ml
' Hl"4 f" s,t-' C()ill.
' (i K MO VRHUAV
I ,J' ''"''''ii
Sole Agent for K. Ogura &
Do not he fooled this)
year, the owners and
trainers of flue stock
should have the very hest
HUility of feed for their
hoitieu. The only place
for such is the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
j DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Oifick tfc Wahkiioi'sk:
Corner Queen and Nuuanu
nOLLISTER & CO.,
Import and Sell Wholesale and
OU It STOl'K .rOMI'I.KrK.
We alo still continue In the
,.-Ollliv ami .ilcrcuiiii Corner ol
Ion an. I Mirelmnt t reels.
Alt kitull uf (himuttrsint f-W:..,.
pronilifty rxrmUtt nl tote rol oJ I km
I RuUili's t!,.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
' RuMli'n 0,