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0 AH U RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND AFTKK JUNK 1. 1IW3.
To Kwa Mau
H. D. A.
A.M. ft M 9 W
Leave Honolulu 8:49 1:49 4:39
Leaval'aarl City ....9:30 2:30 6:10
ArrlTo Rwa Mill 9:67 2:67 6:86
O. B. D.
A.M. A.M. f.M.
Leave Kwa Mill 6:21 10:43 3:43
Leave Pearl City 6:69 11:16 4:10
Arrive Honolulu. . .7:80 11:66 4:69
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays excepted.
O. SatnrdATs excepted.
21i gnUy intln.
THURSDAY, MAY 81, 1891.
TuxuriAY, May 2).
Hlnir Iwalanl (rum Seeker Island.
Wedkmday, May 30.
Brig W O Irwin, McDutiald, days from
K M 8 8 Marlpoia, Hayward, days from
i ti t U ill.
M 8 Chainuloii. itooke. from a cnilc
Stwr Klnau (mm Hawaii and Maul
Tia'MbAT, May 31.
Uer bk J O Ulu.le, Siege, 1M days from
Wbunmiiay, May 30.
R M 8 8 Marliwa, ttapvnrd, for Ban
Francisco at 12 tu
Utmr Iwalaui for Kauai
VmmU Leaving To-morrow.
Stiur Klunu (or Maul nud Hawaii at 2 m
OarRoes from Island Port.
Btinr Klnau-llVW bail auitar. 220
mi car. 230 ha
..lift, ..am III ,.. ii.m V? I. .... m
. I.. IWl I .11-
ildcn, HI caes pineapple, lW pkgi
From 8au Franolico. ier brig W O Irwin,
May 80Uharles Alonto Todd;
From Sydney via Auckland and Samoa,
per It M 8 8 Marlpoi.a. May 30-MI Mary
II Kront, Nat Kettle, J Fricdlander.
From Liverpool, per bk J 0 Uladu, May
31-Helnrlcb F Welixlan, Anton V Arnv
valdt, Joliaun Itooh, Mrs Ann Itocb,
Adam Koch, Helenu Koch, Kmma Hooli,
Anna Koch, Uolnrlch L l.udeko.
From Hawaii and Maul, ixr ttinr Klnau,
May 30 Volcano: l'rof W W Uvcloy
MrsLMBabcock, Mr J M Jackson, Mlis
Llllle U Cole, Hev It K Collo and wl(o. Mrs
C D Haven. Mrs O Haven, Mrs 8 F Knot,
MrsE McKvcn, I) K Murphy, (18 Brad
ford, J Stelner. Wayporta: K O Hitch
cook and wife, J It Wilson and wife, H 1'
Baldwin, W Ooodalo, F 8 Lyman, 1) H
Hitchcock, J 8 Canarlo, W II Uhlpumn, D
Lycurgus, Hev 8 I. Ik-aba. Hov Kallno.
Kokl, 11 WM Mist, Mrs K Madden, H
J H Mackenzie, child and servant, I'ev M
CKealoha, wife and child, TU Sliamfoii,
Capt L A Andrews, Mrs KM Hatch, WF
JOKUi, K Tuck, Hln Cbong, II A Hcen, I)
Kaliaulello, Jos Bias, Hev A 111, and 132
For San Francisco, per 8 8 MariiNua,
May 31-K It I.llleuthal, wl(n and 2 daugh
ters, K 0 Shorcy, Mrs W M (Mlanl, L I)
Spencor. wlfo and 2 children, Mrs L M
Oans, BK Murphy, Mrs J I) Jones and 2
children, 0 L WlglH. K It Newman, J
Hagemau, M Knight, I J Ludwlgseii,
Miss L Carter, U Ahlstain.
The Iwalanl leave to-day for Klealu.
The Herman bk J. C. Olailr, Captain J.
H Btege, arrived to-day, 163 days from
Liverpool with a general cargo, Including
a lot of machinery, SOI tons of coal anil
iS.iOi lire bricks. She carried In all UWO
packages besides those mentioned.
The 8. 8. Marina took the following
cargo for Ban Frvuclsro: 2170 bags sugar,
W.Q.Irwin & Co.: 4lobnchs bauanns, 10
bxs pines, Chan. Wilcox; 3SO bnchs bana
nas, O. Lycurgus; 107 do, Ah Jam, UTIIdo,
Campbell, Marshall A Co.: 42 do, Hop Fat
Co.; 76 bxa pines, .1. Kldwell. Uomostio
The 8. 8. Mariposa brought the follow
ing Importations: 4(11 cs mate, 7 rs sewing
machines, 77 cs onions, 4 cs earllc, 119 vs
THE IWALANI RETURNS.
Captain King Annexes Necker Isl
and. The steamer Iwalaui returned
from annexing Kockor Island, situ
tU lu latitude 2a ."V, 18'. N..
longitude 104', 39', 00", ' ., on Tuoa
Uayeveuing. Captain King read the
lollowiug proclamation and left a
copy of the same on the island:
fil, James A Kino, Minister of the
interior of the Provisional Govern
ment of the Hawaiian Islauds, iu
pursuance of a commission granted
to me by His Eicelloncy Sanford B.
Dole, President of the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Islands,
do hereby, in tho uaino of tho Pro
visional Government of tho Hawai
ian Islands, tako possession of this
island known as Nooker Island as a
part of Hawaiian territory; the
amo lying within tho Hawaiian
archipelago, iu latitude 23, 8.V, 18",
is. and longitude lttT, HO', 00", W.
and having beon claimed by tho Ha
waiian Government as Hawaiian
territory since tho year 1815. when
an expedition undor Capt. Willintu
I'atv was sout to survey said island.
"Done nt Necker lalaud this 27th
day of May, iu tho year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred nud
ninety-four. J. A. Kino."
The Iwalaui l-.fi here for Nukor
Island on Friday aftemoou and ar
rived on Sunday at U:!M) n. in. Cap
tain King, Captain Freeman, chief
engiueor Norton ami a boat's crow
lsudod on the island and explored It.
They found several idols and putrl
fled Heah, which they brought to
Honolulu with tUuin,
potatoes, ?i cs nines, h cs pine tops, con
jenees: K. It. Foster. C.V. Maclarlane,
W. G. Irwin A Co.. K. Unlisculaeirar&Co.,
II. May A Co., Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Brewer A' Co.. I. O. Carnai-Inn. I), p.
LOCAL AND QENEBAX NEWS.
To-day is pay-day for government
; Bock Boor in bottles, two for 2c.,
i at the "Etnpiro."
Nearly all business houses woro
The P. G. band will play at the
Hotel this evening.
Nearly nil tho flags in town were
at half-mast yostorday.
Antonio Perry sat as District
Magistrato this morning.
Tho buss men aro not allowed to
use horns uow; they blow whistles.
H. G. L. Hardeu's trial has boon
sot for Saturday in the District
Allen Horbort's business during
his nbsonco will bo managed by G.
Union Food Company's adjourned
quarterly mooting will bo held at
Chiof Officer Hart wont in com
mand of tho S. S. Mariposa to-day, ;
vapiain xiajwnni staying over.
lor thoso who want Japanese j
goods mo announcement of Itohan
in this issue is a valuable pointer.
Tho loud talking phonograph is
attracting quito a number of people
Mr. Victor has it at tho morry-go-round.
Tho S. S. Mariposa sailod nt noon
to-day for San Francisco. Sho car
ried a mail of 2155 letters aud 1708
Seo advortisomout of tho "two big
stores" of tho Sing Loy houso.
Goods from East nnd West are to bo
The British bark Wm. Lo Leccour,
which was Imro two years ago, is
said to be on tho wny hither from
Jas. F. Morgan will hold his regu
lar cash sale to-morrow, when ho
will odor n largo variety of merchan
dise and furniture.
A woman was sentenced to thirty
days' Imprisonment at hnrd labor by
Magistrate Perry for failing to call
at tho hospital for examination.
Charles Scharf, a blind man, foil
down a coller iu Mr. Williams' fur
uituro storo on King street nud was
badly hurt. Ho is in the Hospital.
Amoricnu citizons are called br
Minister Willis to meet nt tho Ar-'
lington ou Saturday evening for tho
purpose of arranging for the Fourth
Tho late J. H. Lovojoy was a
momborof Hawaiian Council, Ameri
can Legion of Honor, and left a.?.",000
policy in it for tho benefit of his
widow. Ho was also an Odd Fellow
and a Knight of Pythias. Thoso
societies will probably take part iu
his funeral on Sunday.
Arthur Fitzgerald had an inter
view with F. G. L. Hnrden nt tho
Station yosterdny. During tho talk
Fitzgerald told Harden of his being
followed by a spy the day previous.
Harden asked him whether tho spy
was a white mau or not. Fitzgerald
replied that he thought ho was a
Captain Hayward' Ton Thousand
The trial of Italph ft. Fostor vs.
Capt. H. M. Hayward, action for
10,000 damages, is being pushed for
Judgo Cooper excused tho Ha
waiiau jurors this morning for the
balance of tho term.
Two cases against Police Captain
Androws, for false nrrest, nro con
tinued for tho torm.
Ho Sun vs. Kukoknkukokaulani,
ejectment, was appointed for trial
by a mixed jury this morning.
Counsol were not ready and tho
Court dismissed tho case without
prejudice to either party.
Judge Whiting decided that the
Court had no jurisdiction to try the
election protest of H. Klomme, can
didate for tho Constitutional Con
vention. As this paper goes to pro's a jury
is being ompauelled. aud the ac
tual trial will probably uot begin
before to-morrow morning.
A Popular Muciatrato Discarded on
A. Porry has beon appointed Dis
trict Magistrate of Honolulu during
tho nbsonco of A. G. M. Robertson
iu attendance ou the Constitutional
E. Helekuuihi has boon appointed
Distriot Magistrate of Wailuku, as
successor to W. H. Daniels, whoso
commission expired on May 30.
There was a strong petition iu favor
of the reappointment of Mr. Daniels,
but, it is believed, the prayer was
not granted because he had not
taken the oath of allegiance to tho
Alleged Forger in Custody.
Dotectivo Benuett and a man
named Hageu wero through passen
gers ou tho S. S. Mariposa. Hagou
was arrested iu Apia, Samoa, for
forgery committed iu New York nud
was lieiug taken back for trial. Tho
man came hero several weoks ago
and stayed hero awhile, leaving by
tho S. S. Alameda for Samoa. The
detective passed through ou the last
boat. The Marshal received no in
formation otlleinlly about the man's
Just as this paper goes to press, a
telephone mohHago says a man tins
been killed at Allen X, Itohinxnu's
His iiniun is Piiuiknln, living near
the .Marine Itailway, married and
having n family. A pile of lumber
fell ou him, smashing his head and
breaklug both leg.
PBO VISIONAL LEOI8LATUBE.
Regular General Session of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
Vico-Prosidont Wildor opened tho
mooting of Councils at 1:50 this
afternoon. President Dole arrived
while the minutes were being road.
Others prosent. wero: Ministers
Hatch. King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors C. Brown, John Ena, H.
Waterhouso, W. F. Allen, John
Emmoluth, D. B. Smith, J. P. Mon
donca, J. F. Morgan, John Nott,
Alox. Young and E. D. Tennoy.
A lotter was road from J. A. Kon
nody, secretary of tho American
Union party, stating that tho choice
of the control committee for the
vacant soat in the Advisory Council
was John A. McCandless. The
American Leaguo sent iu the same
nomination. The Schuotzen Club
sent in tho namo of H. Klomme.
All woro laid ou tho table for con
sideration in olocting a successor to
Councillor Ed. Suhr, resigned.
Minister Damon road tho weekly
financial statomont as follows:
FiSAKctAL Statement ron the
KxniHU Mat 30, 1891.
Current account balance May
Interior Department . . .
San Francisco Consul Feo
Total treasury balance as above
t 231,211 02
Judiciary Department ...
Department Foreign AITairs
Bureau of l'ubllc Works.
Hoard ot Health
Salaries aud Incidentals .
Attornoy (loneral's Dcpt.. .
I'ayiuent under Section 2
I 2,802 at
Total treasury balance above
f 231,2(1 02
Outstanding bonds . ..$2,710,200 00
Treasury notes 30,500 00
Due I. 8. Bank and I'. M. O.
notes 08,0fll 13
P. S. l)Ak MEMO.
Notices this date ol with
drawals maturing June.
July and Auitusl.ltdl.. $ 25.315 00
'..al. .... Iimh.I IT 111! fJl
(''ash on band
rnovisioxAL uovkssvoist memo.
Kxpenc l'roviilonal Govern
ment to dato $ 227.110 S3
This amount covers all excUM-s Includ
MRMO CASH IH THKASfHY.
OuttanditiR ccrtlllcatos $ 812.000 00
Cash In trcaury to redeem all
outstanding certificate. . .1l2,0uj 00
Total amountccrllllcatcs ...$ 312,000 00
Cash on hand I'ostal Savings ""M'"
, llauk $ 17,101 Ol
naiance to cretin oi ju itoau
Boards in Troaiury . . 22,62.1 30
Balance to credit of School
Hoard in Treasury . 7,133 IH
Available cah, current an-
count . . 231,310 24
Due current account from ad
vances to loan fund ... $ 02,231) Tit
Light Houro Keepers.
. $ U 75
Miuistcr Damon reforrod to tho
custom of destroying worn or mu
tilated silver certificates, aud he
asked for authority to destroy $7500
of certificates aud have them re
placed with $10 and $20 certificates.
Minister Hatch raado a report on
tho aunoxation of Neckor Island.
Tho Govorumout had recoived pro
positions that woro uot very defiulto,
from cortaiu persons, about placos
for landing an ocean cablo. It was
doomed doslrablo to obtain all the
information available about tho
islands to tho northwest. Prof.
Aloxandor had mado a report to tho
Government, from which it appeared
that tho Hawaiian Government laid
claim to Necker Island since 1857.
Capt. Wm. Paty, who had been
despatched to tako possession of
that chain of islands, did not manage
to mako a landiug ou Neckor Island.
Iu viow of all tho facts, the Govern
ment hud decided to send an expedi
tion to take possession of the island.
Captain Kiug, Minister of tho In
terior, had boon sent and fulfilled
the commission. He moved that
not less than $1200 bo appropriated
for tho expenses of tho expedition.
Mr. Ena moved that the action of
the Government be approved. This
was taken as conveyiug authority
for tho expenditure and passed
Mr. Brown from tho Judiciary
Committee reported favorably ou
tho petition of residents of Olaa,
District of Puua, to have their
locality transferred to tho District
of South Hilo. Adopted.
Minister Smith reportod from tho
same committee adversely to tho
potitiou of a Chinose prisoner, Shou
Tim, for pardon. Adopted.
Minister Damon introduced a bill
to roappropriato $23,405.17 for gen
eral expenses of the Provisional
Government, balance unoxpondod
from the past biennial poriod. Pass
ed to second reading.
Tho bill to transfer the Insane
Asylum to tho caro of tho Board of
Health came up for second reading.
Mr. Morgan raised the point of
ordor that tho bill having previously
been rejected by the Councils could
uot bo again introduced.
Mr. Kmmeluth backed up tho
Tho President over-ruled tho
point and the bill passed.
The bill to mako appropriations
for the military came up for socoud
Minister Damon moved tho bill bo
roMirved for executive session.
Mr, Kmmeluth thought that, as
the first reading had been done in
executive session, thnre was no neces
sity for privacy In the second read
ing. Minister Smith supported the mo
tion, which carriod
Tho bill to provide facilities to
tho treasury, by authorizing the is
sue of treasury notes, cames up for
second reading, and, on motion of
Mr. Tennoy, was considered section
Miuistor Damon explained and
dofonded tho bill as tho reading
President Dole uttorod a caution
against loosening tho restrictions of
our present gold law.
Tho bill was still under discussion
at 2:45. ,
THE KAM8 WIN.
They Com Within an Ace of Defeat
by the Orescent.
Tho Kamehamehas, as oxpocted,
defeated the Crescents yesterday af
ternoon, by a score of 7 to 0. Tho
"kids" were thoro in full force and
repeated their howling and yelling,
much to tho aggravation of thoso
who wished to onjoy the game. Af
ter tho game there was noarly a free
fight. A moinbor of the Kamoha
inoha contingent called a Crescent
player some nasty name which near
ly resulted in a set-to. If it did, it
would not have caused much harm,
as tho "upstarts" want a pulling '
down. For the Crescents Willie
Wilder made a run in tho first in
ning. Iu tho sovonth inning G. An
gus and H. Wilder covored the home
plato after brilliant stealing. In the
ninth McNichol secured first on an
orror of second base, and was retired
at second. W. Lucas made a base
hit, stolo second and third and came
homo on Lishman's two-base hit.
Lishman catno homo on C. Holt's
bagger. Holt covored tho home
plato and Itoqua died at second.
Lemon mado ono run for the
Kama in tho third inning and Koki,
Wiso and Lemon addod throo more
to tho score. In 'tho sovonth Ma-'
huka scored, and in thooighth Lind
say and Kaanoi made a circuit of
tho basos on errors made by Lucas
and Lishman. It was really the
Crescents' gamo had it not been for
these errors. Tho attendance was
poor, and will bo poorer still if the
Kams' kids continue thoir hoodlum
Harry Wilder aud G. Angus wero
tho battory for tho Crescents, and
Pahau and Lemon for tho Kams.
Following is tho ollicial score:
an. a. mi. n. a.
Kokl, r.f ...
Wlto, 3b . .
0 1 10 1 0 '
O I II ft 4
1 0 '
.1 I 1
ad. a. mi. o. a. k
Wildor, W., a.
lteiiua. c.f . . . .
Wilder. II. e
Lucas, W., II.
2 7 1
.1 II I
i o o
2 0 0
1 0 0
2 1 2
3 1 0
1 0 12 0 2
40 0 8 27 111 0
SoMMAars Earned runtKapiehameha
1. Ilaxann halls lly Lemon 2: by Angus
I. fitruck out lly Lemon; by Angus 4.
I,C'L!J" U,-Kaiiieliaincha ft; Orr -cents !
7. Three-base hit-Kaanoi. Double iilay I
LiKluuan and I.ucax. Iapil ballh-I'a- i
haul; H. Wilder 2. t'liiitlrtt-O. Crabbe.
Scorer A. 1'erry.
ron ii v IN.MMih.
1 2 3 4 ft 0 7 0
0 0 1 3 0 0 1 a 0-7
....1 00 00 02 0 341
Do not be fooled this
year, the owners and
trainers of flue stock
should have the very best
quality of feed for their
horses. Tho only place
for such is the
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
to my hiialuesa.
AH8KN0K FHOM THB
R. lloardiuaii will attend
AIM'M It Kit II HUT
Honolulu, .May 31, 1H04. 1047-'lw
Kwong Sing Loy
407 King St., "Tbomu Block."
Mutual Tele. 339.
P. 0. Box 207.
Chinose, Japanese unci Indian Goods !
Indian Silks, Laces and Linen.
Japanese. Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Searfh,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., lOtc.
American and English Goods I
CABHMEItKS, LINKNB, LAWNS, Mt'HI.INS,
Ladies' & Gents' Hats, Boots and Shoes
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, lite., Etc.
51-53 King Street
Mr, K. B. Churchill
lit Vernon, Waib.
An Honest Medicine
KbtumatUm Cured Health Built Up.
Mr. Churchill, formerly of Churchill ti Taylor,
urvror and elrll engineer. Sit. Vernon.
Washington, wrlteji "Southern California
wm my noma f or many rear. When I cam
bare 1 began to be afflicted all over wltb
And alio paint In my back and a central fealtag
f being used up. My bualneu Uku me out In
tbe elements all the time, and I found ray
aelf unfit for work, limiting an adtertlse
nent of Hood's Baraaparllla, sod learning
also that the medicine wai compounded in
hit nun tvuw oi Jim.xcnuif 119, i concluded
inn mT ) Mini attdlelae.
It and am to much Improved that I
Hood's x Cures
R In all weathers and travel all day with no
tlgu and tired feeling. To any one tbat
els bad all oyer I say Uka Hood's Banana.
rllla. ithneiiredme." lUILCncucaiu.
Hood's Pills cure Uu? nil, Jauadia.
Biliousness. Bisk Ileadach and ConaUpaUea.
HOBRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
.llj "t y ,
ITOHAN, f !
- Kill. I. LINK OK
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Etc., Etc.. Etc., Eli.
SUIt; Unei ud Cupe Shirts
-OK COMPLETE STOCK . ;
Made h Yaniatnya of Yokohama.
1 When rou are In nm! nf anv Una
' of Japanese Ooo.li, kIto un ilrt call and
Te going an arounu town.
300 SPert at- &suCutam2Z9UM
Saturday Afternoon, Jane 2d.
A.T ItSO 0'CZ.OC3
4tli OF JULY.
AMKKTINO OF CITIZENS OF TIIK
United Utatea to mako arrangements
, for tbe Celebration of the 4tli ol July, will ,
be hem at tho ArllnKton Hotel, SATUU. I
DAY KVKNINU, at 7i30 o'clock.
ALUEUT B. WILLIS.
Lnvoy Eitraordluary ami Minister I'leni.
liotcntlary, U. 8. A. 1017-St
91-53 King St., near Maumkea St.
i Motoal Tele.
P. 0. Box 207.
THE NUMBERS MW
& 407 King Street.
3ST. S. SACHS'
BBO Fort Street, Honolulu,
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In IMalti, Strl-el, Checks and Plaid.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL QUADES AND P1UCK8.
DIMITIES In 8trlped, Checks, l'lalds and Hair Line..
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CREAM AND ECRU.
IMMBN8K VARIETY OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
EMnitOIDERY KDOINOS In 8wl, Nainsook and Hamburg. In
All Widths with Inserting to Match.
All-OTer Bnbroidery, Enbroldery Flounce and Demi Flounce.
Laoes of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
Frexioih. JECtci Slioe at $a,a5
I havo been instructed by Mn. J. M. ik Sa k Sii.va,
proprietor of the Hawaiian Japanese Bazaaii, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of JAPANESE GOODS. Also, u big as
sortment of JAPANESE PAPER NAPKINS will be sold
LKSS THAN COST.
Temple of Fashion
:m. q. silva,
Beginning Saturday, May 12th,
WK INAITOUIUTK OUIt
' Gran(l Remoa and Clearance Sale
AT A OH EAT
On June 1st we
as"KA MAILE," 510 Port
411 XLTAXU STREET.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NEW STOl'K OF
Cashmeres and Serges Just Received !
SUITS FR,OM 14 Tjrr.
Dry Goodo. Fancy GoodH, Lawnn, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
FLOSH i SIJ.K 1'ILI.OWS iu two hlc. fi.nn Hii.l I'.'.
Dntsaoa juat th, thiiiK for Suininor Wtnr, 7 ynnla for $1.00.
gW In fnct wo un alutwiiiL' tho Lwrp'at Slock of Now Gooda to U
foillIU ill thia Mnrlinl
B- F- EHiiBRB & oo.
008 Ja B 1 1 FORT SITR,aajT.
for White Goods
open in our New Store known