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0A1IU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
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KllnM ,VNIt AFfKH JUNK I. Iwrt.
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A.M. i-.m. rM. r.M.
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. .'1:30 2::so 0:10 6:WI
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Arrive Kwn Mill.
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A.M. A.M. I'.M. r.M.
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l:tve Kn Mill
Iiivi' l'purl Oily.
(l he iOnUu ilUlin.
TUESDAY, MAY 15, 18111.
11 .A. 2R. UNTIE NEW3.
Ter-Miw, Mny 1ft.
8lmr V 0 Mall from llnwuli uml Mnui
Ti'B HAV, Mny 15.
B H 'inrlli', 1'i-nr u. fur riuii rruuolfou lit
8 It III
Htmr Wnlnlealv fur l.-ihiilu.i hii'1 IIiiiiiii-
Stun l!hei.lnu fr nirl- mi Mmti lit i in 1
titmr Mlltiihnhi for IviiiuI nt .1 ii in
Stmr 1 walnut for Miikiiwrll ul .i in t
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
Stinr Jninc Mnkr-o fur Kniuil nt I p in
OfirKOo from Inland l'ortx.
Stinr WO Hnll ir.M lings iiuar, 11 l'iK
rollce. lii-nil cut lie. IT hugs iiwii, to
Mis lililua, 1M IniK1 nii'I " pky- un
Krnin M.iul anil llitwall kt stinr W (I
Hall. Muy 1) -Cite II 1'nutirisnii, V. mv
0 U Wi II. DrJIrr" crt. W Wen.i. J V K
lllknii, Mrs Kukmiln, Mrs lU-iuitu, J V Kit
Imoku, Mr KtiuliimUit nn.1 ill ilwk.
For Sun I'rnuuliii irr . 8 tlavllc, Mity
IS It KUIailiuiiiil fiunlly, A J ('nr'wrlj(lit,
Giorjjo l.yoiiiKtiii Olio fci-liinl.U.
Kor Kiiual (t-r tin' Mlk:ili:i'ii, Muv I.) -II
Mo rl-un uml ulfi. J K 1'nrluv,' II ('
Atlillii, Kouiolm, It V I' I'uivi. '
fc'ut-oigu Vonsuls Kxpuvtud.
OHS AtiMrullu. MuiiJtullc, (rum Sim
l-'riiiu'liico, Mny III
CASS U'lirrlmiK), Perry, from Vim- .
euuvor, Muy 'i i
0 A b b Aruuu, Stewart, from Sylncy. !
Mu :il ;
UHt) Mnrloii, Hiiyvwml, from rivilnrj, ,
.Mny ;u I
1' V u b n (Inrllv, IVuriii', from lliiimkoni: i
uiui Yekoliiiina, iluu Muy II
Am bk Amy Turnur, from .Now York, July ,
Uk M lliickfclil. from I.IitkmiI, Jiiih- 1-15
Uur bk J C Ulwif, fmin l.ivuriool, Apr 1-10 '
8hlpplii,- Nutva. ,
'I he siiumur V. (I. Hull nrrivvil ililr
iifliriionii from wlmlnnnl. ri-iKirttni; u
('iipluln HiikIiiihI will ucciitiieiriv rui
lulu Ciiiiit.fli on lliU trip nl tin- Miitmurl
Mlknliiiln tn "liiirii tlu rupee" i
I lio Mniiier liiiwiill Im- li.ul u in-iv fun--iiiuki
pu- In ilnrliik tin- pii-l fun itun. A
iiuw intiliiiimt will Ik- put In nhortly.
'1'liu Jop-iriiiniof Hit i-tciiui.T Jaiiu-f. Mn
kci) for Kuunl Im Incn KistKint-ii mull to
uiorrovk ufiirnoim. i iipinln IViur-un will
(jo out hi uiiiiiin.iiiil f dur.
.1 (Wqr S1117.
(VMiiri.. mn Tin; Hcu.rriN.)
Tin- iiii win kliikliiu In tliu ci, 11 pi iIh.
u pi (III.
An Honolulu uiik in ri-t, u pi ilti 1 ila.
An olillali nihil pucl ilon 11 I lit- ulii-tt,
Who livM ri Lhinni-r, mltlit weut.-
I' pi ilf I ilit u tin I
l' pi ili 11 iii 1I11 1
t' pi ili I ili- 11 iln '
tl pi ill) I ilu.
The uued folki. look whv uml millr, n pi '
ii) a pi ib.
Oh, ktr.J uiui li-'t with im h while, II il ill)
He unli hliuol; hU IkikI unit mi I.I.
'.Minority i-uu'l rrt In li-J."
A ci-iiili. iii'iiih'ii p'iio.l uml i-rlfil, 11 pi .li-,
u pi iU.
"Oh, iuiilv, luo, )nii'v iii-ver irlml."',
11 pi ilu 1 iln. !
Tli iiuliirutih tuiiii;cr only fronnml,
' '1 III) l.lHl-k lllIlj.llllV IllUnl In- ilOI lll'll."
"Irv nut the wllil txpriinini," u pi Ur,
u pi il 11. '
"Oh. piui e whllt' tlll )ou muv ri-pint,"
11 pi ill-1 )n.
rhuMRn'ir Mtlil, "1 nm no foul, .
1 hi- furelfjn ilunifiit mtit-i rule." 1
Hi- 1 1.1 mm I into tin- jire.it iilikiiou, u pi ili-,
11 pi ilu.
Ami vli re In went to iiuno will own '
11 pi 1I0 I ilu.
V-unl kii-iw In-trie I to ilo
A nullon'- hulnu with u lew.
An Old RpHidout Gout).
Joseph Noddles Oilman, an old
resident, died ou Sunday last at his i
home at Palama, of paralysi, con
tracted mi the tame day that Mrs.
Louise Mclntyre, a near relative.,
died. The deceaied was fifl nine ,
years of age at the time of his de
miso. He leaves a wife and two ehil
droit and parts wit It a brother, Akane
G ilman, and sistiir, .Mrs. Louisa Uriel,
wood. Anthony (AkamO Oilman,
his brother, in a popular haek-drner.
Interment was in the Ntiuanu ('uuh-li-ry,
tlin funeral taking place at 1
o'clock .Sun, lay afleniiiuii
A laily at Tooleyi., La., wih very
sick with bilious colic when M (.'.
Tinier, a prominent merchant of the
town, gave her a Imitloiif t.'haminu'
Iain's C'nlii. I'huleia and Dinrrtm-n
Keiuedy. He m she ua well in
forty minutes after takine- ilm (lr.i
dose. For sain hv all dealers Hen
sou, Smith X Co., Agettts for the
I t,OOAL AND GENERAL HEWS
, "East Lynuo" to-night.
Tho Volcano is very nctivo Pur
t sor Poor, W. G. Hall.
Wo are fo linve but six more plays
by tho Dnilvr Company.
Arthur Johnstone is tho new
tulitor of tho waning Star.
O. Lyourgus loft ou tho S. S.
Oaolic to-day for San Francisco.
i A. J. Cnrtwriglil wn a inunwr
' on tho S. S. Oaolic to day for tho
; Robert Palisitt will catch for the
Kntnelinuiehas in Saturday's haaohall
Tho P. O. baud played on tho
' Eteeutive building ground this
Tho Hoard of Health will hold its
regular weekly meeting to-morrow
Pineapple, cocktails a specialty at
tho "Empire," corner of Ntiuanu nud
Tho S. S. Gaelic resumed hor voy
age to San Krauci'pn nt 8:le o'clock
Otto Schmidt, sugar boiler at Kr
alia plantation, wai a passenger on
the S. S. Gaelic.
Tho steamer V. G. Hall brought
three hundred bags of sugar from
Lahalna this trip.
A nice cottage of six rooms on
King streot, is to let. Seo advertise
ment of L. .1. lvoy.
Dr. Edwin C. Hirsell, a former
pastor of Fortslreet church here,
died lately in Chicairo.
The buov at Houuapo lauding
va brought down on the V. O.
Hall to day to b repaind.
Hauilicrafl for April is entirely
descriptive of Ivntnehamohn School,
where it Is pnnteil aim puIhiMiihI.
A large lady audienco may be ox-pi-cted
at the Opera Houou to-night,
to wilne.xs.Mrs. Vood's"Ensi Lynne."
The S. S. Gaelic took the follow,
iug mail to-dav from the Post OlhYc
for the Coast: 18.11 letters and 210(1
'Thn Aloha" is a high grade oil
sold low by Theo. H. Davies & Co.
Its name suggests "swetness and
Mnriyniiirtj a Jap who assaulted a
woui'tu at Kahukii with a knife u
few ilays ato. was brought to town
to-day and locked up.
The infant daughter
Campbell win liajili.i-d
morning at St. AndrewV
and not miii as n-purted.
The bride of William Smth, the
Mutual Telephone Co.' line iu-ipi-clor.
was Alias Emma Wohlers,au
a-Joptcd daughter of Fritz Wilhelm.
uiui Nii'iiinu r-t n"t .
day, week or mouth
Terms: L'" and
,'itl ceni- per uighi;$l nutl $: pur
A rich stock of goods hn J11M
been rcceited at tin Yokohama
Itaznar. Some of the li-ndl igjine-.
will be found lii-it fit elcewhere in
A coroner' iuqueM is being held
this afternoon in the Deputy Mar
.slial's ntlh-e to impure into t lie casi
of I he hauu'ing of a Chinaman at
A foreign schooner about two
hundred tn nn m'hii by the eip
tain and crew of the steamer W. (i.
Hall h-l night lift ween .Muliukoua
and Knwailiae. She wa huadiug in
Dan Lyons' dancing clus. miet
at Arion Hall on every Tuenlav and
Friday evening, at " o'clock, afso ou
Satuiday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
I ml ion 2.) cents for i-iewi lesson.
nausiaciiou guarautee.t or no
S. K. Alapai, a fourteen-year-old
boy, was reprimanded by "District
Magistrate llnborlHon this morning 1
lor playing "imuey" from selionl. 1
This is not the first instance the lad
has bemi reprimanded. He has pro
mised t?r reform.
Ah Hum, a Chim-se enuviel, was
rt-luased from Oaliu Prnouioii Weil
nesihiy last, after sorting fur one
Miir.it appearing to KnberlMin anil
Wilcox, J J., that he po.-.-i-.s-i.-d m
pni)'-rtw Tlii is in m i-unlaiu-e
with a provision in the statutes,
II. Iln"lfeld ,t Co. announce the
letireineut of ll.F. Olaito from their
firm. Mr. GIiuIh has l-i-n made
CoiiHiil-Oeueral for Hawaii in Ger
many. It is reported that ho is also
comiuissioiied to obtain PortuuuoM
laborers for the Hawaiian planta
tions, Yictor J. Fngeroo-s a customs
guard, had a uariotv escape from
drowning .esterday afternoon. The
guard had been detailed in board
the brig L'Aeuier. ami while go
ing alongside hi- boat cnpizcd.
Liiclil, he cauuht a draguing rop,
and wa p'llli-d along. Tln pilot
boat rescued the half-drowned man.
Fifteen natives pleaded guilty in
the District Court this morning to
charges of soiling spirituous liquors
wit limit a lii-mis.'. .Suuteuce wa
suspfiided in each case until moved
ou. The majiirii.v of the cams were
arrests made ou May ."itli, by Captain
ltrsmi and liouiuU'iuan Kmipa. TI11
strength nf the liquor, which is com
iiioulv kiiuwii a.- bwipe, Im-. been
A special uieutingiif ile Honolulu
Fhiwur Society was held 011 Wciliii
dav, May tl, and a uuaiiiinous vote
if llianlii n pa-Mi to Mi. Iv W.
Jmilau and llm Imln'-. who asinti-i
her in making the Feast ol Nations
such a grand sueci" The socieM
having ncoiveil Itiil.'l) fmrn tie-priii-'-i-iN
of iln- i-nii'i'iiiiiiini'iii, h't
ili-cidi-d lo lnud ovi'i .f'JiKi in 1 ln
llrilNh 111 lievnli-lii Socli'tv, winch is
ureal I 111 ini-d of help jut now,
lequinng at least j'.'.i ier Week to
jirovidu for the needs of the sick ami
infirm who havo no oilier means of
Decided That a Lawsuit is No Bar
to a Suit in Equity.
A unanimous decision of tho Su
premo Court, prepared by Justice
llickerton, has beon filed in the case
of M. Polapola vs. Maria Keahi Carr
and Frank Carr hor husband. Tho
case is a bill in equity to sot aside a
deed. Defendants filed a plea in
bar, setting forth that tho case hod
beon decided hi their favor in a suit
. at law. This plea was over-ruled by
the Circuit Court and defendants ap
pealed. Tho Supreme Court sus-
, tains tho decision of tho lower court,
holding that tho lawsuit only settled
that tho deed was a conveyance of
. certain interests in lnud, anil the de
cision pleaded in bar was no bar to
the proceeding in eijuity, either to
set aside or reform a deed. Kane
for plaiuliir; Croightou and Peter
son for defendants.
The trial of Ken Gallagher Is still
on before a foreign jury. Wituossos
aro excluded from tho courtroom
when not ou tho stand. Tho pro
, sedition rested at a quarter to 2
o'clock. F. Harrison was tho first
vitness put ou for tho defense.
Tlioro is a considerable attendauee
I of -spectators. Bert Petersou, the
complaining witness, sits tilting hi a
chair directly opposite the witness
Judge Whiting has been confined
to his house for more than a week.
In consequence Circuit Court busi
uos at chambers is imxtly suspend
ed, as Judge Cooper's tiuio is taken
up by the jury term.
Ilo Win Alono in Occupmicy of the
It appears that Captain ilnmlsou
ofthubrig L'Aveuier was in error
in his statement that there wore two
Japanese laborers ou Lysan Island.
Hans Holstein. who was found lying
dead in a chair, had been tho only
inhabitant 011 the island for some
time. The cause of his death is un
known, as he made no iimuliou what
ever of anv illuess in the papers
found in his hand. Captain Jamie-
o'i made lue ghastly discovery ou
Governor O. D. Freeth and a
number of Japanese laborers left
hero on April III in the four-iuastcd
sehooiier It. W. ISaiilett fur Lysan
Island. The men wore intended to
work the guano deposits mi the isl
and. A large amount of building
material was taken down on the
same vesel, alo enough stores and
provisions to Inst the men a year.
The Hclioimer If. W. Hart let t has
probably arrived at the island by
this time, and ll.nis Ilolsd-iu been
round tiiissi'.g. As reported yester
day, he was buried by Captain
Thn doccnioil lima left what little
wealth he had lo a relative on
Two Chlnos-j Immigrants Stcuri)
II 11 be us Corpus.
Tho passports of two of the Chi
nese immigrants who came hv the
S. S. Gaelic yinlurilay were rejected
bj Collector of Customs Castle. One
was a minor and the other a full
grown person. Doth p'reseuti-d what
Is known a proper! v passports, show
ing photographs of the holders. In
those ea-os the likenesses were un
satisfactory. The "heathen Chinee,"
however, were not to bo outdone, so
they requested their friends to see a
lawyer and procure a writ of habeas
ennuis. Tie request was complied
vv it ii anil I he papers served. Tie
jwo were lauded with tho rest of the
immigrants and arc now in quaran
tine. The cifo will be heard in the
Circuit Court in a few days, and the
Mongolians will bo given a chance
to prove their identity.
An Enjoyod Lecture
There was a pretty fair attendauee
at Kauni.iluio Church yesterday
evening, ou the occasion of a lecture
by Mrs. Gnus ou Paris. The lecture
began at H o'clock, and tho dilfereut
views of the gay city kept the audi
ence enraptured from beginning to
end. The historical slides, includ
ing the tomb of Napoleon, his defeat
at Waterloo, the Itastile anil the
royal coach, were much admired
During the evening several Hawai
ian views were exhibited, mooting
with applause. Tim entertainment
concluded at 11:.' 10 o'clock and a
nlened audience left the church.
Air. Maurice manipulated the slides,
and Prof. Van Gieseu p) iyed on the
organ during the exhibition of Ha
This EvuiiiD'u Play.
The fouuiain of the hiiiuau heart
tin, always rojnxni) to the woes of
Lady Isabel, ami even strong men
give vwiy to the passionate grief tin
coiisi iously inilicteil uiion herself.
Thus KiM Lynuo has liecome as a
staple piece of household furniture,
a fixture iu the hearts of all theatre
goers ami, though aged.it still holds
a place in their In-aNs that no later
day substitute seems to have sup
plied. Miss Nnumir.v has had praise
lavished upon her for her portrayal
of tho character, and with Mr. Vin
ton has pl.iwil tie, erring wife times
svithoitt number. The limited num
ber of jierforiuam-es leiiiainiug adds
a uew inci-i live lo tho Dailey Com
inui.v's short sea-ou.
If King Solomon was alive ho
would now say: "Uotothe traveling
man, learn hi ways, and be wise."
Mr. C. W. Uiiltoll, a Cincinnati
traveling iii.su representing the
iv'ui'on Lily Printing Ink Co, after
niifTiinug intensely for two orthren
lays with lameness of the shoulder,
resulting from iheumatisin, com
pletely cured it vvitli two applica
tions of Chaiulfrlain's Pain Malm.
This rcnii'ilv is gaining a wide tepii
tiitiou for ih priuupt euies of rhou
tii'i i-iti, lame back, sprains, swell
uius, and lamniiess. fid cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Ilensou,
Smith ti Co,, Agents for the Hawaiian !
IDENTITY OF STONE.
A Seattle Man Recollects Him as a
Smart Land Agent.
Mr. McLollan, who arrived hero
from Seattle by tho last S. S. Arawa,
has seon W. Everett Stone and idonti
I fled him, as he asserts, to be a for
mer clever laud agent at Seattle
named C. F. Stone. When he mot
tho stowawny now in custody hore,
Stone at once shook hands with him.
McLollan told hlih his remembrance
.if til... .. mIw..... .4l... I ...I C?l
i v uiui us ttuutu niaiuui i, uiu oil'llt1
said it was a brothoroi his.
"Well, you are a twin brother
then," remarked McLellau. "If von
J had your whiskers on I could swear
"How is this?" replied Stone,
covering his chin with a policeman's
"That's you to a deatl certainty
now," McLellau said.
Mr. McLollan says that tho Stone
ho has iu niiudaiid a partner named
McLean exploited tho country up
north as land locators to tho grief of
many people who were victims of
"Is ho crazy as ho assumes!" was
"No! He's a long way from crazy.
It's a smart man that can got away
with him iu a deal."
A Man With a Grievance.
Antnue Cloys, on whoso account
the Advertiser got into 0 libel suit a
while ago, came to the HuLi.r.TiN of
fice today with a grievance. Ho '
says ho was in a house of refresh-
ineut last night, when someone, re
marking ou his mingling coffee with
whisky, said the police might get ou
Cloys retorted iu effect that he
didn't care a curse for the police.
This was rather rash for anybody to
say, when the great Japanese detec
tive, Tiitun, was in the room. Cloys
says that; when he had thus ex
pressed Ins playful contempt for the
notice, Toma aro?e m wrath to do
fond the honor of the force. After
considerable fumbling in his nfter
pocket the Japune-e olllcor pro
dticed a revolver ami threatened
Cloys with it, so complainant says.
Cloys, deeming this warlike action
' of Tomato have been unlawful, went
; to Deputy Marshal A. M. IJrowu
nun morning nun asKcu nun lor a
warrant for Toma's arrest. Drown
ami this is Cloy's grievance re
fused to grant the document, saying
that Cloys had no business to run
against tho police as ho confessed
he had done.
Cloys thinks that Hie Deputy
Marshal has no right to constitute
himself a judge iu refu-itig to grant
a warrant. Perhaps he is right. If
the Deputy Marshal ha discretion
in 0110 case of tho kind he must have
it 111 all cases, so that the aduiiuis
' tration of justice may bu obstructed
' at any tiuio siiupfv by one ollieial's
possible orror of judgment.
' This afternoon Toma added in
sult to injiry by having Cloys ur
restotl for non-payment of tm-
The Cliatupioifs cricket team gave
the local willow-wielders a bad de
feat on Saturday. They won by WI
I to 17 iu one inning each. Wa'lter
ami Gibbons' bowling was cvclonic ,
in its effects 011 the local wickets.
Glover, captain of tho visitors, play
I ed hi the held instead of his usual
; place behind the stumps
' best all-round cricketer t
He is tho
been III ilo-
uolulii for a long time.
Dr. S. K. Scott, Hlue Ridge, Harri
son Co., Mo., says: "For whooping
cough Chamberlain's Cough Reiue
dy is excelleut." Uy using it freely
the disease is deprived of all danger
ous eouseii nonces. There is no dun
ger iu giving the Remedy to babies,
as it contains nothing injurious.
and fiO cent bottles for sale hv all
dealers. Uoiisou, Suiit Ii Si Co.. Agents
for the Hawaiian Island.
not In' fooled this
ynir, llir ownuih mid
traini'iM of lim Mock
ulioiild Inivi? tlii vtjry lu'Ht
.. ,, ,, i .. , .
nun itv o loot! tor t iiii'
Iioim's. Tin only pliiwj
for audi is thn .....
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
far- TKI.Cl'llONi:! il'I -wa
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Offiok & Waubiiol'sk:
Conit'i- Qtii'fii uml Nmiiinn
i Corner Nniunu S Ho:el Sitecis.
Silk Dress Goods,
l I. t'M,l)tS
.JAPANKSK SILK CUAIMC,
1'lniii uml llrii.-mliiii,
.lAI'.WKrif. rtllT'i.N (MI 'K.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
.silk Ulunsi , hK Ni-i-l. I li-.
Gold and Silver Scarf Pins,
lliiiiiilo'ri'liii'N, Shan U, n-li"i
llii.n-iy an 'I tfi--.
Jii.sini' IriiyH. Iliunlion ri.'ri'i-(,
itu pn, r never rets, i-.tr,, hie.
I'lilOIOS KI3ASONAULB. I
Ur. Dnvtd il, Jordan
of Edmeiton, N. Y.
Colorlos3, Emaciatod, Helpless
A Complete Cur by BOOVB
This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
" rourton yews o I had sn sttaek of the
(TSTel.ssd hare llnco beoa troubled with By
Llvor and Kidneys
rradoitflr growing worse. Three yean ago I
got down to low that coot J xarcclr walk
I looked mors like a eorpis than a llrlng being.
I had no nnpetlte snd lor five week I at
Oildg btai grtirl. 1 was badlr emarlated
nd had no nioro color than a amrbt alulae.
Hood's Barsnparllla wis recorurocndH snd I
Uiouzht I would try IL , Before t had flnl'hed
the first bottle t noticed tint I felt t.Mtrr.euf-
fsred less, the laflassMallaa ( the
r had iiiii'ldeil, tho color bemn to return to
my face, and I fcrgaa ! feel kaagrr Alter
I had taken thre bottles 1 could eat nnythlng
without hurting nie. Why. I got 10 hungry
' that 1 had to cat r. timet s day. I hate now
i fully recovered, thanki to
feel well ana well. All who know
mo marvel In co tno so welt." I). M. Jonoax.
Hooo's Pills th txit fir-.iinof ruu,
otltt ilKMtloa, tin hMdttb tad UUauiBt.
llOllltON, NKWMA.N A I'll.
Audits for Hntwtltiiti Islrttels.
TENTH ANNUAL MEETING
nK 1 UK
Hawaiian Jockey Club
June 11, 1894.
Kicei to Couiuence il IU a. tu. Slurp.
1st Race mcVCLli RACIi.
I'rlie. r-llver ilvilnl I Mllu DntU
l-ri-u tur m.
Jd Race-HAWAll I'LATK. S- .
Itiuinliif Itatv. I Mllo I).i,h rtc
.'til Race HONOLULU PLATE,
rruttliiK sml I'ih-Iiiu in lliirnc-.: -.'ilu
i'lii. l-'rii for all. Mill-H.-uU; l.i-.
2 in :;.
Ith Race-OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S
liiiiinliiK Itmv. Milt- li'i-h Fur
nth Race PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP,?- added.
ll'innliiK Itiii-i-. 1 1, Mill. D.i-li. l-rii.
fltli Race KAPIOLANI PARK '
TrotiliiK nmt Piu'lnc; '.';-iuvhis, t'ni
for nil. Mlli lli-uiij Ik-i i iu ,t. I'.i
icri tu k In Ito.i.knrt.
7th Race - KALAKAUA PLATE.
I HuiuiiiiK llsci'. V, Mill- l)u,h Kui
I Huwullun lirvil;
8th Raco-EAUAI PLATE,- '
JllllinfliK llNi-r. IV, Mllu l)uh. Kur
I Ulh Race- JOCKEY CLUU PLATE.
Triittlin: mill I'lit'luK. ! Iliu-im,.. Vtvn
fur nil Mile Hints, hunt ;i in .1.
Pillilillii; Itui'ii. I Mile IM-Ii l'r,.(.
fur nil. WiuiiKi tu iHiiit ru.-unl uf - An
Ulh Race -RAM EH AM EH A
rrntlliiKHiul I'ucinu, tu llnrimi.. Kur
HhvvhIIsii llrc.l. Mils lliut; l,u,i '.'
lth Race -PONY RACE. $ .
Itunnliin Have. ); Mill- Di.h. Kur
llnuiiliim ilri-il I'uiii s; II IimimIn mul
ilinlur; i-uti'li iii-inlii.
, lth Race--MAUI PLATE, -.
rruttint; "nil I'.r intj, tu IliirniK,, 3
inlinito uhm. l-'er Iniwuiiuii llreil
Mili llf.il; l.(l J In :t
All Klilriiiw ur.. In 1... ..... I., niil.
the Sjri'ri-tiirv, iii thn (illU-niif i. ii IIi.ii.hk.
en Mt'ii-hunt htri-tu, Lcfurn i- v WIJli
Mil)Y, June tl, lsi, m , , ijlm
tlu'j ulllrl'.M-. Kntrv fi-tii. hi in. in im-.
rt'lit nl tin- iiiirnit, unf"-i ntliiT.iU'- i.i-i'.
Iff All Itsi'i-s urn tu Im iiiii ur irutli'it
ilinlur tlii Uiili-ut tin Hiivwi.s .l.ii kiv
l'i i ii
All lliirMk tin. M......I...I in .inn
unli'si. wulnlriiuii h la u'rliu-k iiisiii mi
June ii, is it
ltf All llnrM". in il-l ri i)..-it r mi till'
I'rui'l. hi ihi'tui ul li'-ll In. in ilu-.Iiii1k"'
Htiinil, uthi-ruiki' tin- ulll In- lin.-.l.
tin' criil Ail in i-ii hi Nili'iiin
Urii'i.l stmiil x t rti .VI i .n unit
t'n riiitii's iuiili' u( iiuir-i'i i-iii'h $,ji
(jnurii'i hln-ii-li ll.nl-s t.i.Kj
W. .M. (JIKKAltl),
si-i'ri'iury IIiihiiiIhii Jo.-kin t mi.
Ill in -in
! im nit I'.KM KltOM
One lo Thirty Acres of Land,
Headquarters for White Goods
isr. s. s.a.o:h:
aao irort Strwst, Honolulu,
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAIN80UKS In Plain. Strliieil, tWk ami i'lsMs.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A. I.I. UltAPFtf ASM) I'lflt'KH.
IIIMITIKS In HtriM. Clnokv Plal.U nn.l llslr l.m.
INDIA LINONS, BATISTK AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND KCRU
IMMKNHK VAKIKTY OK -
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMHIumiKHY K.DU ISMS In SivU. .N'nlnH ami Hsmh.irK In
All liltli- with ttirtliiK to Miilili
AU-oter Brabroldery, Bmbroidery Flounces and Demi Flounces.
Lacea of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose 1
FVezioiti Kid. t33o.o at $2.25.
I lulu- Iiccii iiistiiictcfl ly Mu. ,1. M. im:Sa k Sii.va,
lmimi-torf the Hawaiian Jai-avksk Haxaaii, lluti-lhtivul,
to tii'll hih rttock of .JAPAN HSU (JOOILS. Also n hiK ,.
wrtiiiiMit of .lAl'AXKSK I'AIMSK NAPKIN'S will I,,. sold
I.KSS THAN COST.
Temple of Fashion
HUE. o. SILVA,
Beginning- Saturday, May 12th,
WK INAIUMMIA'IK Otllt
Grand Removal and Clearance Sale
AT A GREAT
53r On .Juno Jut we open in our NVw Store known
an "JvA MA ILK' 519 Von htiwi.
HI NUUANU STREET.
FIT AND FINISH GDARANTEED.
NKW sfiM'K OK
OasliMiwrcs uikI Scrgos Just Roceivoil !
BUITS tROU till XJF,
Dry Goods. Fancy Goods. Lawns. Etc.. Eto . Eto
Gront's Furnishings of Evory Description.
Just Received per
A I.AIttIK ami
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
l. IIKit lo l Al.l rii'l'.l'IAl. AITKNTION lo ill'K
Oreus Ooocis in Wool aiad LAualin,
BILKS, LAUr.3, OhOVES, H08IKRV, ETO , r.TO.
B. F. BHLBEfl &c CO.
S. S. " Mariposa "
I llei K Mill K I'K