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WEDNESDAY, MAY 1G, 1891.
Wkhnkmhy, May R
Stair Jnmoi Mnkeo (or Kiitwl nt I p in
Vossols Loaving To-morrow.
Am hUno S N eastlu,
HuMmril, for Sail
Stiur l.olnm fur Olcu'iilu,
Ookulit ul I p tn
For MiiiiI por tinr I'lnmlinp Muv 1.1
.Mr-0 i' Wli.li'r. Ctipt Klinpill.U II Well),
I. ! Lincoln, V It tiKllv, J K Itliluinlvin,
Ill'liop Willi-; Mr Alt-.xuiitlur mul iliiiigli
tci mill Mr Tii-vunnn.
'I he tinrkfiitltii' trnip.iril will begin limit
Ingon Sainnl iv.
'1 lie hrly l.'Avi'iinlri', l,ilni;ltitlii'tri-niti,
I- Mug rep:iltiU'il Willi IiIiivk tuiiiit.
TIip lurliN. X. Cn It-will leave fur the
O.Mi-t tu-iiinrruw with n full o.irpiuf siit-iir
Onptiitti IVtrroiti goes nut Iu roiiimiitnl
of th MnuiiiT Jnnii-s Mnkt-p Ihl- lifter
nuun. II if h. S. Wnri Iiiiihi will tic il'ic from
Victoria mid Yiiinniiu-r, II. '., thN tiny
wi-uk, vn rento tu the Coiuinc.
The sttMincr l-iilnia nlM It-iiro for On
wuln, (lokiiln, iuhI Kukiilitu to-nmrrnw
J'fn; W. M. liiUiitnn.i J. K Smith linvi
njrlvi'it nt Apln from iiii l-rniic .im with
'I he I'lirkentliie Mury WliiMtiiuii will
ls the next nul to Inive for Mill I'nin
cl-cuiifliT the S X Cntle Captiiln NU--ell
llilelliln tilklllif a Illlll'xT 1-Ul)'0 lit l.ll-n-kii.
t'ul., lor Africa. Hie inrn'iilliK
ItliiKiird will iiImi no le Africa with u ciuc,n
uf lilinlier. icltirnliii! In nui of Nc-wi-iist-e.
X. S. V. '
LAST NIQiIT'3 PLAY.
An Old Fnvorlte I'resonted with
The presentation of Mrs Henry
Wood's play, "Eait Lynne," at the.
Opera llou-e yesterday eveniug. was '
uituesed by a good audience. The
principal parts were Assumed by
Uarrell Vinton Mortimer Snow, May
Xanuary, Geiieviove Xannary and
.Mrs. 1-'. il. Mates. Tim latter broke
. occasionally on uio sor.ousuoss oi ,
he play, a Cornelia Carlyle, with ,
f ii it i '
her ludicrous expressions, creating
coiisitieraiiie iimneiiieiit. l ho act
ing of Misi Muy Xautinry, as Lady
Isabel Carlyle, was great v ami at
tunes there Were net eies ill the
nudieucu. Ueiii'vievo Xanuary took
the pan of liarhara Hare, and acted
her part well. Darrell Vinton in tho
role of Archibald Carlyle was in his
sphere. TIim play wan one uf the
best enacled by the coinpany, many
who had previously seen ''East
Lytiuo" piei'oiitod on the same stane,
giving tfieir opinions in favor of the
Dalloy Stock Co.
To-morrow tho company will pn
sunt Uoiicii-ault's great Irish comedy
drama. "The Sluiughraii." During
the entertainment polite Miss Jo-o.
iiliino Gasiuau will appear iu tho
famous oorponliuo dance. Those
who have seen hor iu fancy danceo
on previous occasions feel assured
of a rare treat.
A MINIATUHR PJU80N.
Wheru it Uoy Was luipriaoiiud lor
Harold ICiiiiuha, a livulin year
oht hut, ivus found by truant oil. cur
V Maxwell in hiding at Kimmiliili
this morning. The ntlicor wan look
ing for the lad, as ho was playing
truant. This is tho second time
young Knuulia has been arreted
for tho miiiio otlein-o. When the
ollicor look Ii. j tn into ctinlody the
tirat time the boy told u story of
cruel tieittmeiii from tho liainl-, of
his adopted father. The oilicerdid
not belinio the boy's story at the
titno. Hut when young Kanulia r
P'lalod lit- a-.-ertioiin this uinrniiig,
Maxwell thought he would itives
tigate the matter. Tl.o b.-y look
him to his father's place ai Wai
kiki and showe.l him a miniature
prison in a corner of the htalilm
I'he ulllcer was dumfouiided at the
evidence before him. The boi
nhowid the ollicor ropes with wliici,
he hud been lied. For the lea-l
oll'oi,!-, such as imt giiiug the Iiotm'
water on the Mml.o of the miniile,
he would be iuipriMiiie.l and lhgi'd.
Hurold says he would rather go In
tho Keformlory School than re
turn and bo subject to the bariiaroim
treatment of hi adopted father.
Ii a ii u ha. in a pri-ou lima.
Ouilty ot Aujuult.
A. Fitzgerald, a young jockey, was
found guilty oi assault and butteiy
on Mrs. P. Onrdiuer, iu the Distiict
Court this morning, and sentenced
to pay a lino of J25. The complain
nut testiiied on the evening of Ma)
Ith. at lO.ilO o'clock, Fitzgerald vi-it
oil her house, ami ou her attoniiitiui'
to put him out, ho s ruck her witli a
liottlo of wine ou the mouth. After ;
the assault iluloiiihint ran away. Hei .
mouth hud been mini since nud she i
has heon attended by Dr. McLennan
Fitzgerald was ar'iontcd a second
tiuio ou Monday evening on Hotel
stieet for using olmcoi.o language.
n was t-ouiiuiy repriuiaiiueil yesler
day by District .M agist i ale Robert
bou and discharged.
The P. tj. baud will play at Thomn
Sipaaro thin eieuing at '"..'HI o'clock.
Following is the piogram:
Miiri'li J),ilhiiiilu .
OVvrtiue-0.iif nf IiiiijiIiiiI
Mnlll-V- I'liilitiitlun i.ik- .
Uiiii-i-r Minn linli
Wnlu riin i iriir Mm. n
I'ulkii run ul UK, full
livery iii-roifi'iii uj .Kill I'ltlH 1 1, Mi
d'oi' u th Hull'iin Ujlirt ,
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Letter for V. L. at this office.
Tim Ciinnipiun stays Luro indefi
nitely. Bishop Willis has gone to Laha
Tb(. P. 0. band will play thi
overling at Thomas Square.
E. N. JiKtin, of tho Empire, ha
Bock boor in bottles, two for twenty
1 live routs.
Mrs. .lulia M. Self lias been appre
hended by tho police and charged
will) the theft of .570. tho pro
perty of a I'. G. soldier.
.1. F. Morgan will sll the
hold furniture of A. Elders
Victoria and Wild, r
10 o'clock to morrow.
llollistor A; Co, have recoiled by
the S.S. Gaelic another large impor
tation of Manila cigars, of favorite
brands and various shape and sizes.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Xiiuiiuii street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 2." and
f0 Vents per night; SI and Sl.VJo por
D. K. tinker was lined ?l() in tho
District Court to-day for assault and
battery on an ngetl kanaka, during a
"swipes sipiabble," on the inoruiug
of Mai llth.
F. Smith, iu the employ of the
.Metropolitan Meat Co., was kicked
bv a horse yesterday, and sustained
two fraei tired ribs. He wan taken
to the Queen's Hospital.
Autoiie Cloys pleaded guilty iu
the District Court thU inoruiug to
not having paid his taxes, and will
1 have to work on the reef at lift.r
1 cents a day for two weeks.
1 A lare li.t of new goods has been
received by the S.S.Gaelic at the
1 Dai Xippou store. Fourteen cnes i
are being opened and ill" contents
will make a craml display.
It was a Cabinet conference over
the .Japanese ipiestlon wlilcli was
held yeslerdav, and not a ineetiugof
the Board of Immigration. There
is a similar conference holding to
'" i iiuivuirt t4ii i-- win iiuiii i
I fiili I'sviimiilii iiin al iinl Ivitm
,,, Cllhlom, ,l(parlmolll this after- .
00,f nftr flMllUMMI ywirmif faj,.
fid ami ellleituit service.
ground for his discharge
A cordial invitation is extuided to
I all members and friends of the
J Sfrangeri.' Friend Society, to attend
' the annual social to bo held Thurs
i day evening at th residence of Mrs.
Thomas Uobron, Xiiuaiiu valley.
. It i.t comtiioii in the 11culi:tin of
' flee to receive testiinoniuls from pa-
trim' of its job printingdoparttueiit,
! certifying their great satisfaction
, with the stylo iu which their orders
have boon executed For lino print
, iug cmiie right here.
It. F. Elders .V Co. have received
1 a full lino of ladies' purses and card
I caes, together with dress material,
waists, etc. Their new auiiouuce-
! tueiit will appear next isue. In the
i meantime lailius can secure the earl't
' est choice by calling promptly.
' .1. '. S. Williams n Xoblo of 18,.L,
called at the Hci.i.i.tix ollice today.
He will leave for Scotland, taking
wife and family with him, bv the
next Aiaw-a Mr. Williams 1ms a
good position wit Ii a large linn of
maiiiifaciuriug engineers iu Ohi-i-gow.
For the hot weather you want a
bath tub, something comfortable Iu
size and elegant iu finish. Tho Ha
waiian Hardware Co., ngetiis for the
Siaiidiuil Manufacturing Co., of
I'itl.iliurg. for the sale of their eu
aiuol tubn ran upply you with just
what you need.
The juries empanelled to impiirc
into the ilea lis of the Chinaman
who died iu the llame- on the Mc-Ini-rii)
promise ami the one found
hanging at l'atama, have returned
i.erdicts in accordance with the
I facts. One verdict U accidental
burning, the other suicide by hang
ing. Mr. ISradloi, professor of iiiuie, is
ono of the I tteot acipu-dtioiis to the
coiuuiuiiili. Jlin card nppwiri. else
where. He brings good le.-tiuiouials
and reference as a choral coudin-toi
ami a teacher of vocal and instru
mental music. Mr. Bradley has had
IK years of experience in hin profes
siou, anil ought to h" well supported
Francis 0. L
Harden, the orst -
while hero of
Chile mid exile of
Hawaii and Samoa, Inc. had great
ness thrust upon him again by the
P. (1. Ymtordai ho was arrested
for non-payinoiii of taxes. He
claims ho wiis not in I he country lat
year iu time to be taxable, and glee
fully anticipates having a goud casu
for a few thousand pounds damages
again-l the P. fl.
I His Aimrttnonta Visited I.aat Niht
by a Btuiilthy Thlof.
The cottage occupii-d by .Manager
Dailey, of the Stock Coinpaui, was
enter' d during hin absence yester
dm eieiiiiiK mid llio following arli-
, clos taken- a onlkin sacpie. nilk
1 dress, hat, nim-r uianieiire set, pliinh
i i-aie for diamoudn and two or three
-liirt-. The thief could not get into
i the trunlii, a- they were locked,
i Tho property of the other iiiciuhoin
I of tho company wa imi touched,
i Mr. Dailey has simm; nin-picious
an to who coiiiiuitted the biirulnri,
and has put Detect iie Lan-eu on his
trail, llo intends haiing the burg
lar apprele-mled thm a ternoi'ii.
Dan I. ions' dancing classes iiu-.-l
at Arinii Hall on every Tuesday and
Pridni oi cuing, at 7 o'clneli, aUo on
Salunlay afieruoim at 'J o'clneli
Tuition -.'i cents for each lesion.
Salisfai'tion guaranteed or no
JUDICIARY JOTTINGS. I
Klemmo Contests the Election Al
leged Fraudulent Deed - Murder
Bruce Carlwrigld has been ap
pointed sole trustee, on the resigna
tion of A. J. Cart wright, cotrustee,
in the matter of tho trust settlement
of Lydia K. Davis and others. J. M.
.Uon-arrnt for petitioner
L. Audrado, defendant to tho sti
of Gonsalves "c Co., has bv his
tomey, .J. A. Magoon. withdrawn his
appeal to tho Circuit Court.
floury Kleniuio has filed a petition
for a writ of mandamus against C.
A. Drown, ,1. A. Magoon. W. H.
Hongs, J. S. Martin, X. 13. EmerBon,
Alexander Lyle, C. E. Williams,
Henry Smith, Levi Lyman, W. L.
Wilcox. Win. Henry, Edward Horn,
C. H. Ju.td, .las. L. Torbert, .1. F.
Scott, chairmen of election, and E.
G. Hitchcock, Marshal of the Ha
retuionnr claims that lie was a
oualified candidate for election as n
delegate to the const it tit ion.nl con- i
volition; that at the election many j
ll.lllilta lllfirl-iwt fur liSlti u'nru ill.urnll i
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I JJ V.V.I, .IIUV IIIIIIII13 1,,'IU Willi.,-..
for other candidates, particularly ,
lor A. u. ivunuiakca. uincli niioiilti '
not have been so counted, and that '
fractious of votes for candidates
were counted, which the petilioner
claims was illegal. Ho especially '
charges .1. S. Martin, chairman of
tho second precinct of the second i
district, with having of his own mo
tiun, without conference with the
other inspectors, rejected numerous
ballots there cast which he claims
were legally marked for him.
Tho petitioner alleges his belief
that ho was legally elected, ami
prays thai the defendants be cited
to appear and show cause why they
should not do the things prayed for,
and that the voting lists, poll book,
ballots, tally sheets, otc, of the elec
tion may he examined by tho court
or its olllcers, and that u recount of
the ballots may bo had, and that de
fendants shall be compelled to cor
rect their returns so as to conform
to the result of such recount, ami
l hat the Marshal bo compelled to
canvas the amended returns and
certify the reull to the Minister of
C. W. Ashford is attorney for tho
petitioner. The usual ten days is
allowed for nu anwer. It is under
stood that the defendants will ac
cept service and make appearance.
A preliminary injunction ha been
iued at the suit of Agatha T. Xott
and Thomas Xott. complainants,
against Chas. T. Guliek, guardian of
Antoine A. Hoirou, defendant. Tho
complainant alleges that thoguardi
an has in his possession a paper
document which purports to lie a
deed of conveyance of certain lauds
situate at Wailukti Iu tho Island of
Maui, mid to have beou executed bv
said complainant, Agatha T. Xotf.
to said Doirou on tho tJth day of
: February, 18SU, and to havo boon ac
, know-lodged by said complainant on
said last-mentloiied date before .1.
W. Kalun. an agent to tnkoackiiowl
dguieiits to instrument-"; and, fur
thor, that said paper document is
not the deed of said AgathnT. Xott.
nud that it was not at any time ex
. ceiited or acknowledged by her or
, by or with her knowledge and con
'. sent, nud that it is a fal'o, forged
ami fraudulent document. It is al
leged that tho guardian, C. T.
G 'dick, is about to introduce the
said piotoudcd deed in evidence, in
support of a certain proposed counter-claim
iu his favor, which ho pro
poes to lilo in a certain Mfit nt law
now pending in which the complain
ant, Agalhu T. Xott, is plaint ill", nud
the said uunrdiuu defendant. Tin
respondent is enjoined against uiak
iug any Midi iim of the dociiuieut in
(piostion until tho further order of
this Court. C. W. Ashfo-d in coiin
nel for plaint ilR
Eliabcth K Wiltler, graiidinother
of Wilder Wight, a minor, ha-, lilud
a petit urn for the appointment of
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.lo"eph Caecires was put on trial
thin inoruiug for murder iu tho kill
ing of .1. Kauhaiie, a police ollicor.
while arresting defendant for smug
gling opium. Thorn ivero fourteen
challenge, all but one for cause, be
fore a jury wos obtained satisfactory
to both side-, as follows:
Geo. Urau. C. M. Cooke, .1. Lucas
W. W. Hall, .1. T. Walerhou.e,.lr., S.
Uoih, II. .1. Nolle, C Von llnuim, A.
If Hatfield, W. II. WiikiiiMin, E
Viindorn, Ueo. lirey.
At l:IM the Court adjourned for
tho day, out of sympathy for Mr.
Melt, the juror called away by tho
dying of his child yesterday, whoso
funeral lakes place this afternoon.
' THE SHAUOHKAN."
Dion lloiicicaultV llueiit pen has '
sketched a iiiiiiilo-r of Irish coiuedy
dramas and foremost aiming the
number in "The Shaughran." It
coiiiuiun all the elements that com
bine to iiiako a successful stage pic- '
tine i.e., strong .-itiiation. wimle
soiiio comedy and a number of
characters known to the Emerald
Isle. Darrell Viulou will bo Conn; '
.lonophiue Liie.suiau, .Moyiia; May
Nanuuiy, Claire; .MoitiunT Snow,
Capt. .Molly ueiix; Mm, Rales, Mrs.
o'Kolly; W. R. Dailey, llariev Dan";
Cha. Couiiors, Corry Kinchefai Et.
Lloyd, Roheit rifollyt; Wm. lieu
licit, Father Dohtu, and Cieuovievo
Nniiuary, Arte O'.Soil, together with
a largo number of nuxiliuiios.
The''wal.i "-cene in liighly liuiuor
mis and the ri'Milviug piismi a uoiel
cll'i-ct. Mi (iii-iiiau will intro
duce i In- late.-t American fad. the
ii'i pontine daiice. The Mile is largo
ami a lug Inni-e n- ii-siind
Pineapple i-oel.iatln a specially at
the "Em pip-," cur iter of Nuimnii ami
I l'iil .hli llll MH 1.1 i.lVl.n I I.-.
1 -ii- mi llii I'i ii', ilruiiu. mull.
Yluliiiii'f'llii, Hint iu si nu nu r.rm nimlur
iiiv. Kuliiil II. iieu Nniiiiiei Yulli-) Mi.
Itru.lic) (Iu it-itri In I'uil.i nlvi . Ii tun Iu
LY3AN ISLAND FIND.
A Soaman's Story of the Aii'air
Who Burled the Lunar
Ono of tho crew of tho brig L'Av
en ni re, which arrived in distress on
Monday afternoon, fiirninhes the
Bi'Lumx with tho following report:
Tho L'Auuiuire, of Sydney, X. S.
W., bound from Newcastle to San
Francis-co, 75 davs out, called iu at
tan Island iu about J.i. 11 X. 170
at-'. On Sunday morning about St
o clock, the mate and lie men went
on snore, i wo seamen, mvselt in
cluded, found a man silting in a
chair in a house, and we called the
mate. The hands of tho dead man
ivero not on the table a reported.
Took what provisions we wanted
and went on board. A econd trip
was made by the captain, mate nud
some of the crow. The uatiio of tho '
man found appears to have been I
Haruianu Carson, caretaker of the
island, bv notebook found ou tho
table, llio lat date in the book
was March 27, lf'JI. He was buried
in tho sand in a hole two feet deep
by six feet long, face downwards. A
llll.'iril WHS lll.tOl.il 1 111 I lll unilll. Ilt'lir I
uoard was placet! on the
ll... irrxv.. Tl... t.ln.M. tel...r I... .....a
buried is about three yard
souiit euu 01 iue iiotte.
wis read over him and I fear tho
snml will lm irndid olT him and ho
will be expoed to sight. Captain,
Iniiiieou would not allow the crew
dig a hole deep enough to burv
"'i properly, nor ivointi lie tale
tiicco of old canvas aihore to carrv i
the dead man ill. It wns the crow I
who buried him and not the cap' ain. '
as reported. Sir, -.. aro but poor
sailors, but wo have hearts nud treat '
men as men, nud not as brutos.
The captain took Carson's wnlch,
opera glasses, ami sextant, which
uero iu Ids chest, aboard with him.
Wo took four casks of pork, a bag of
sugar, two bags uf beans, a keg of
treacle, a lot of condiments ami
various oilier articles. There was
only two hundred gallons of watur
on the hip, but the captain, being
in fear of some other icsso) heaving
iu sijjit, cleared out without Ink
ing any water, although there wns
plenty to lie got ierv ensily. Every
thing wns left iu disorder, nil the
doors of the house Ixdug open.
RESULT OF 8TUPID DBIVINO.
A Chinnmnn Huns Over n Country
man With n Wngou
UetiviNin 7 anil M o'clock this morn
ing a Chinese vegetable peddler was
run over by a wagon driven by a
fellow-country man and ocriously iu- j
hired. The accident, if such it may j
lm called, happened nt tho junction ,
oi .iiauuaKca ami mug trmts. llio
man wns sitting near tho siduwnlk on
tho north corner with his eye on a
Indict of vegetables, all uucou-.cioiis
of the near appioach of a lumliering
wagon, driven by n Chinese Jehu, as
only Mongolians can drive, before
ho wns nwnro of ntiy danger he wns
struck, ono of tho wheels of th
ivagou L'oiiiL' over hi, leu. He fell
beneath the vehicle m.l the second
wheel went over his her.d, cutting n
deep gash. Weeding from the in
juries received, the unfortunate
Chinaman wan picked up nud con
veyed to the Station. Later ho was
t alien to i he Queen's Hospital, where
hoiiow lies in a critical state. The
driver, wagon and horse were brought
to the Station and held ponding the
result of the circles. driving.
SUDDEN DEATH OK A CHILD.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mutt Cullud to
Mourn a Daughter.
Els.i, the nineteen months old
daughter of Carl Mat, died at 8:15
o'clock yesterday eveiiiuu. The lit
tle girl wan blight ly ill during tho
early part of the day and Mr. Melt
left the hoiino, beinu eniitKed on a
I jury in tho Circuit Court, with no
I appteleMisioii of llio pending nfibe
1 tiun. While ou the iurv iu tho muv-
Iteu uallagher, ho
i wus telephoiieil
lor twice, L'oinir !
lioiue only lo nml that the girl wns
not dead. In the evening, however,
the little one went into convulsions
and pnsi.i-d nway as Mated. The
sympathy of t he entire community
is with .Mr Mett iu his sad liereave
meiit. The funeral took place this
. . i '
Cliuinptou tn Kuiiiuiii.
The llii.i.r.niN is initliori.-d to
state that the departure of 11. ).
M. S. Champioti is poitpoiu-d iu
detiiiitclv. llth oi
nut ho I'oolcil tliin
llu owners ami
tin very liest
of feed for their
The only plnee
I in I lie
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
H0 I Kl.l.l'IIUSI.h I'.'l -
UELIVKRY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Ml .Mil. I'l I.I T ON .-ul -i
Umik nt ruliiiilliilii' 4 v'i fV jJ
liiMiin- llciil r,-ii- n i5liiii(ii3
. A.il to t-H-t?ilE
i.. .i i.i. . i. ,
1 iimiit nt I url mi I lui'i'ii Mir."
It. II. IMll.llli; II i Hf.TlltKIl
ii inullior limn our Drill.
II. IIAt'KI i:i.l) .V I'll.
MuiluUtu, Mu) li, 1-Ul llJI-t
Short Broath, Heart Trouble, Rheu
Mr: L. 31. Pat tie
taglo Creek, Oregon.
"I hic Urn! htt tn Orrson for (hi put
twenty yenri, ami most of the time hare been a
ureal sutTcrcr from inBnmmnfrf
h"""," ' ''.IVO Silo ll.lll Wll.lt ttlOllOCtor
j called hcnit itiicaie, nlth shortness ot breath
j and sharp I'.ilni In tin left tdte. I decMcd to take
Hood's KiMaparllLi, ami before 1 lutd flnlttied
three bottles 1 wa In better health than 1 had
been for years. I ito not hate ntiy pain now,
tleep well, and to-day no woman of my age
Enjoys Bottor Health
than I. At home on the ranch I hot only attend
to my family hotirwptk, but last summer I
eared for ami tnllkcl four run . I do nut feel
"u1 ' ean nT hM nuKh " P!" ol
Mnorl'o fin yrtn no villa
M00CI 8 afOaparilia
"i'J-.M.i,Ai.r:,jRle Creek, oreson.
Hood'n Pills 'o proirpt iuid trndeLt, yet
e.ty In aeUou. Buldbyaildful.ts. 26c.
HOIIItON. NKWMAN A '(.,
ARvnt for Hawaiian Island.
TENTH ANNUAL MEETING
UK TIIK - -
Hawaiian Jockey Club
June 11, 1894.
Rices to Commence it 10 a. m. Slurp.
Ut Knee MCYCI.E RACK.
1'rlivi silver Mutlnl. I Mil.- p..th.
Krm fur nil.
2il Hoco HAWAII PLATE, S .
lituitiliiK Itm-f. I Milu tiiiili. Krv
:d Kaee HONOLLLC I'LATE.
Trettlni; nml I'rtcliiK
i'ln. l-'rif (er nil.
'.' In M.
Ith Hnce-OCEAN'IC S. S. CO.'S
CUP, $- nddod.
I Mile lli-h Knr
Mli Waco - PRESIDENT WIDE
MANX'S CUP,?- ndded.
Iliti-e. It Mile Hl-li.
Knee - KAPIOLANI
PLATE. S .
I'roti hiK nml I'iu'Iiik. Villi clnt, Trui
for nil. Mile llf.it'; !--i J In 1. I'm.
wrt to K" tu Itomlciirt.
7th Race KALAKAUA PLATE.
IIiov.iIiuii II re I.
S Mll Dii.h Kor
t om uaco
EAUAl PLATE, J
lliiiiuiiiri IIikh. 14 Miiu D.eli
Dili Race .IOCEEV CLUIJ PLATE
TriittiiiK nml I'm-lniM IIh-ihi-i.
(nrHll. Mile lli'ut-; Uioi a In.'..
Kith Rnco-.RSITA CHALLENGE
I UP. added.
Itlllllllll I.UI-K. I Mill- l.
(uriill. Wiiinui tu ht'ji riMinl n(
Bli-A.," I: IV,.
'iit h Race RAM E II A M E II A
! PLATE, -.
Trulilii).' iiml I'iu-Iii
to llunii-KK. I'nr
lllllt., I.o.l '.'
I2lh Raci- PONY RACE, ? .
ItillililtiK Unci-. , I'll.- Ilv.li. I'nr
Hauulliiu llrul I'onl ; II IihihI mul
illnli-r: ruti'li wi-ilit.
inth Race MAI' I PLATE, .
Trui tint; mul 1'ie lin., to lliinii, :
inliniti' i;lii-. I'er Hiiwiiiimi Un-il
Milu Hi'.tts. hi-st '.' in :i
$&- All Klitrio- n n- to he iiinMi- hIiIi
tho m-tiri-tiir.ui tin. nilh-u of t'. ii linn. in.
on MiTiliiint ntnui, lu-tiim '' i-. m KIi
M1MY, June il, vi. m uhl'li Him-
they will i'Ii.mi. Mill ry f.-t In- In j
cent of the iiiir-tt, iiiil-f-i. nthi-rui-i ik-i-ll.-il.
fW All Itin-i--urn tn l-rim or trniti'il
UII.IlT tilt- llllli-III till' ltlIU .lurkKl
t'l I II
f.W AH I lnri s tin- i.i'iiliil in stitrl
iiiiIi'sb vutlnlrimn le I .' ii'.-lni-k iio.ui. un
Jiini-ti, in it.
.111 Horse.', iiiii-i iiiMin mi tin
ill tin- tup uf ln-11 le, in i lif .IihIkiV
ullii-ruisi- tln' IM In- llniil.
lilii'ul Miunl ii-ilni,
I'u rinifits 'in-iili- ul ruiir-i
ijnurliir Mr.-irh Hinliics
.'Si i -iii f mul f
Jln-kl') t lull
in III Y olt Itl'.N I KUDU
One tu Thirty Acres of L&nd.
". Im "
111 l-1-i.ll.s Ullkir.
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. SACHS'
OSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
XAIXyi)(lK. In I'l.ilt., Strlit. 'lni-k ati.t l'ln(il.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IS AM. CJIIA!K AXD HIIICKS.
tUMiTIKS In Ptrlped, t'liei-k-. I'lnhls ami tlalr l.im...
IXDIA L1XONS, BATISTE AXD COTTOX CHAPES.
COTTOX MULLS IX WHITE, CREAM AXD KCHU
IMMKSKK VAItlKIY OK
- - AX BXDI.KS8
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIItOIIlKltY KtmtXUH hi
All Whlthi. vn It Ii
All-over Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flouaoei.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
-- -- AI.HO TIIK -
French. Kid Shoe at $a,25,
I l I !....! i...l I.. I.. f M ..
i iuiii; iH'i-ii iiimi riiL'ivii i) -Hit. ij. .11. UK A KOII.VA,
limprii'torof tlu- IIawaiian.Japanksk Hazaaii, Hotel at tect,
to hcII his Htouk of JAPANESE GOODS. Also, a l.iK ;i
HnrtmiMit of .JAI'AXKSM PAP IS U N'AlMvlN'S will In mild
Temple of Fashion
Iwl. C3-. SILVA,
Beginning Saturday, May 12th,
VK INAtmtltATK oflt
AT A tJREAT SACRIFICE
5ar n Juiii' Ut we
uh "KA MAILK," 5 Ml Fort .str.et.
111 Nl'L'ANL STREET.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
UUIT9 HR.OM $U UP,
Dry GoodH. Fumy Gooda, Luwus. Etc.. Eto . Etc
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
Just Received per
A I.AIilil IMI
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
Wl. IlKti In I A I.I. HI'Kt I A I. AI'IKM'IHN I'll iH'lt
Di'eas O-oocia in Wool and Muslin,
BILKS, U0C8, UL0VE8, HOSIERY, ETC., ETO.
B. F. EHLERB Ac CO.
ooa n an itort htruui',
VAItlKTV OF- -
Swlis Xsln.ooK utnl Hiunl, ir.
liiserlltiK to Mnlcli
and Clearance Sale
open in our N Stoic kinnvn
Jl- M-JI1. M
Jusl UiM'uived !
S. S. " Mariposa "
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