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GoiiboTvos & Go. roooived bv tho
S. S. Braiinfols it froali supply of
fiuo red tablo Wino from Oporto
and an invoioo of oxtra Salado Oil
from tho sumo placo.
California & Hawuiinu Fruit it
Produoo Company, opposito R.
It. Depot, King Street. Kvory
description of grooorios and
dried fruits; and by overy steamor
from Ban Franoinoo and
loo Houso fruits, frosh
Sulmoir, and OyBtora.
Tolophono 935. P. O. Box 4.
A Nkw Ahstkact Ofpiok.
Asa result of lfi yours cxperienco
in the Abstract Business, I am
proparod to mnko Abstracts of
Tltlo in. n most thorough, noour
ate, and oomploto manner and on
. short notioo.
F. W Makinney.
Iii W. O. Smith's Offioo, 818
Port Street. myl3.
Saturduy, Muy 11.
13k S 0 Allon, Thompson, fourteen
duys from San Franc'BCO.
Btmr Iwalani, Freeman, from
. Stmr Kaala.Krown, from Oahu,
' Stmr Mokolii, MoGregor, from
Sunday, May 12.
St.ur Claudiue, Cameron, from
Stmr Waialoalo, Smythu, from
. Stmr Miknhnlu, Htglund, from
Bktne Planter fr.nn Sin
Saturduy. Muy 11.
' Stmr Kilauoa Hou, Andrews,
for .Maui and Hawaii.
13ktn Klikitat, Outlor. for Port
From Sin Francisoo, per bark
S 0. AUou.rMay H-Mrs J S Mo-Grow,
Miss Orano, L ll
W H Lowoll.
. From Kauai, por Mikuhulu, Muy
12 A II Turner, A flannoberg,
Mrs S Bortolraann, Miss Koulu, S
Kakiua and 51 dook.
From Maui, por Stmr Claudiue.
Muy 12 Mies Helen Wildor.Misa
A Kitohon, Mrs Kuuln, Miss
Miss IN uor, L A Andrews,
0 H Faxicr, J V Colvillo, Judge
J AV Kalua, K Cousins, C David,
Miss iCnlamnko and child, Master
J "W Kalamako.Mrs Davidson and
child, vJ A Eodanet, wife and
child, vOhim Kee and ubout 27
Tho Wuialoulu brought 11 dock
passengers from Humakua,
VESKKr.S LEAVlNa TO-DAY.
Stmr. J A Cummins, Nolaon, for
ports on Oahu, at 12 m.
Stmr Waimanulo, Calwuy, for
ports' on Oahu, at 5 p m,
Stmr Mokolii, MoGrogor, for Molokai
and Lanai, at 5 p in.
Por Mikuhala, from Kauui
4,870 bags sugar, 7 hides, 1 horso
and 53 packages sundries.
IVr Wttiuleulo, from llamakuii
2.200 bugs sugar,
Por Iwulani, from Kauai- 1,778
bans sugar and 8-1 pkgs sundries.
Pr Claudino, from Maui
1,304 bug sugar, 300 bags potatoes,
G5 bags corn, 41 hoad
10 calves, 123 hogs, 11 hides,
30 cords firowood and CO pkgs
VE83EL3 IN 1'OltT.
Sell Norrn . VfctorU
Bk 8umtr HUo
SUlp It K OUtlo Ilcni'lckaon Liverpool
Ilk Newsboy Mollentead Newcmtlo
Ilk Aldeu Iliiiso 1'oUor Vort BUkely
Uktu a N Cmtlo Hubbard 8n Frauoltco
11 Mornliij; BUr (larlwia Kuk
8cU Robert Leweri Goodman Su Kruuclico
Uktii Irmuaril McKell Iqulqu
. , ' Kllkltn't Cutler 1'ort aambU
" Vf 11 Ulmoud Nllnon 8u Kruucltco
Ilk Arcber CMUouu '
UcU Either UuUne AndeMon Eurekk
Ship Helen Brewer Mutianoy New York
Ilk Corypbeae N,8.V. March 10
Ilk Modoo i. 13
S 8 AU'uedft 8au Fraiiclico May 3
S 0 Alleu April 2(1'
Ilk Edwrd May New York " 18
8 8 China Hongkong May 0
" illowcra Vaucouvur
' AuatralU Bau VrancUeo it 37
" Arawa Bydney 8U
l)k MartUa Hocktioia Liverpool Mar. a
Aw bk Amite Joliiuou, (or Iltlo
Belt Tranilt, Honolulu Mayai
Ilk 0 D Bryaut. "
Ilk Martha Duvls " ,
cU Jenn'lo Wua M(Uukdn
J. W. Oolvillo of Paia is at tho
Tho band will play at Jfimma
Tho bathing rosorts nt W.iikiki
wro woll patronized yesterday.
Sheriff Andrews and Circuit
Jndgo Kulua aro in town.
Weather hazy, wind light north,
at Diamond Hoad, 10 p. m.
Goo. Bockloy gavo a luau at
his Waik'ki roHidonco yesterday.
The Knms says that it was only
through "luok" that they got
W. H. Oornwoll did not orrivo
ycslorday. Ho will coma down
USQn03SF.ll AND ll.I.UMINATOn.
Pacific Ilardwcar Co. Telephone 10.
Indopondenoe Park is a groat,
succoss. John Wright doservos
credit tr bis venture,
Tho tramcor company did"
bnsinoss lust Saturday
carrying Japs to Indopendenco
Twenty Ohinose woro arrestod
yesterday for gambling, and all
rolousod on putting up $12 bail
Tho Loilaui's dologatcs to the
boating convention are W. II.
Mcluerny, J. S. Low and G. E.
A. W. Carter, V C. Pnrko and
A. G. M. Bobortson uro the Myrtle
Bout Club's dologatos to the
Ladles la search of a Silk Drcsi should
visit the store or N. 8. Saebs, who 1ms Just
received new Tatfeta silks In black, solid
colors and figured; Surah silks, Rhaduma
and lots ol fane figured silks. my 13.
The convention of delegutos
from tho different bout clubs to
form a Rowing and Yachting Association
will bo hold this
Tiino mudo a good showing
Saturday both in reading matter
and illustrations. Mr. Stuokor
is doing well with ndvortisors
Tho timo tablo of tho Oceanic
StoumshirLOo. in this papor will
euablo you to keep track of tho
most popular stoamors that visit
Willie Potorson does notary
work, typowriting and collecting.
Seo him about what vou want
done in those lines.
II. E Walker, th Local Agent for the
Cleveland Bictolb, has been advised that
the demand for that favorite blcyclo has
been so great lu Ban Francisco, that his-
orders coukl not be filled In full. There Is a
project on foot uow to establish .a bicycle
factory In San Francisco, so the present unparalleled
demand can be met. ' .
Next sailing of tho S. S. Australia
hence will bo on Monday,
Juno 3rd. Through tiokols aro
sold by tho agents, "W. G.
Irwin ife Co,, Ltd., for all parts of
the United Statos.
A of tho rovonuo cutter
Lohua's doparturo was mislaid
and did not get into tho papor.
Editorial refe'ronces would show,
however, that tho Independent
was up to the uews.
Rw. H. W. Peck and tho stroot
sellor of Fronoh candy proaohod
nt Tracy's corner last night
boforo tho sorviccs of the Motho-dist
Churoh upstairs. Tho candy
man is n cultivated and powerful
speaker. A mimbor of ladios
assisted in tho singing of hymns.
"200," Is the number most frequently
called over the telephone wires. It rlugs up
tho Unitud Cauiuaob Compani's staud,
'where ' Superior Hacks' with info aud
courteous driver, ore always to ho found,
A complete livery outQt, Including buggies
and waggonettes, furnished at tho shortest
Theo. H. Davios& Co., tho extensive
importers, how a list of
morchandiso in this papor, to
which the attontion of the trado
is invited. Retailors will find
that tho quality of this firm's
goods will, noil thorn. Tho ngenoy
of tho Canadian-Australian Lino
Is in thoir office..
It was falsely roportod
that flurry Evans, turnkey
of tho Polico Station, was doad.
Ho had boon very low Saturday
night, but seemed yosterday to
have passed tho crisis of his illness.
Tho trouble is brouohitis
auocoodlnct tho crip, Harry's
many frlonda will he glad to soo
him soon baok at Ins post.
Stars Fall upon the Ka-
Tho giihio of basoball bo"
twc'on the Star and Kamehamoha
nines evolved a good many
su'rpvi'sos. There was a fair-sized
gallery, with sympathy for tho
Stars preponderating. Perhaps
it was not surprising that tho
scored twico in tho
first inning, but thoy worq probably
surprised thpmsolvos to get a
gooso ogg in tho second. Thoy,
howover, kopt a strong load until
the ond of tho sixth inning, when
thoy camo to a doad fitop in
scoring. In tho seventh inning
tho Stars seomod to wako up and
begin to play ball. Thoy turriod
down tho load of throe tho
had and took n lead
of ono for thomsolvos. In this
and tho noxt inning the Stars
soorod as many as thoir opponents
had for tho ontiro game, and then
put up two moro in tho hinth'to
givo the school inon no clinnco of
In tho first inning Pahau aud
Crowoll mado runs for tho Kams,
and Wodehouso mado ono for tho
Stars in the socond.
Tho Stars opened tho third
auspiciously, but only Chan
Wildor, who got first baso on
balls, camo homo although W.
Wilder and II. Wildor made baso
hits. Aftor Pahau wont out at
first, Crowoll scored again for tho
Kumohamohas, making a baso
hit and coming homo on a wild
pitch. Kaanoi mado a base hit
and, on a stumble by C Wildor,
got to second. Ho gainod third
as Crowoll did homo, but Mahuka
was dropped at first and Lomon
hit a fly to center.
Hart oponod tho sixth beautifully
with a sufo hit, making a
fine steal of second. Woods and
Angus followed his cuo with tho
bst. and Chan and Willie Wildor
got baso on balls. Hart was put
out on. a gallant slide for homo,
somo of tho gallery thinking it
was a close decision. Tho socond,
third and fourth batters camo
homo, aided by n throw .to first
nnd a passed ball. Harry Wilder,
after making a safe hit, was put
out at Second, aud Ganzell hit his
inovitablo fly to tho field, whioh
Crowoll accepted in a good running
catoh, McNioholl, who had
mado a base hit and a steal of
second, tried a bluff by running
for third when thero wus a man
on it, to draw fire on socond baso.
Pitohor Duvis wouldn't bito,
howovor. Tho .Kams did thoir
best running of tho game this
inning. First throo to' bat scored,
Lemon starting with our balls,
thon Bridges hitting a beautiful
left linorfor two bugs, and Davis,
gotting baBo on balls. Aftor
Ahia had gono out on a foul fly,
and Lawolawo on strikos, Pahau
inado a triple hit, and was
brought homo by anothor of tho
Btimo off Orowell's bat. Kaanoi
dhded tho plcnio by sonding a
fly to Wodohouso.
Wodohouso at first, Hart on fly
to Davis, and Woods on strikoB
retired tho Stars in tho fifth. After
Muhukn and Lemon had boon put
out, at first and at homo. pinto
respoctivoly, Bridges hit safely,
and was brought homo by. baso
hits of Davis, Ahia and Lawolawo
in suocossion. Thon Pahau gavo
n fly, leaving throo mon on basos.
This was a timo when a
or homo hit would havo had peculiar
Angus now hit a single, and,
was advanced by ono from Chan
Wildor. W. Wildor took baso on
balls, H, Wildor struqk out, and
Angus camo homo on MoNioholl's
nt first, Thon Ganzol broko
his rocord by going out
nt first. Crowoll again distinguished
himself with a throo
baggor, coming homo on a saorifioo
hit by Knanoi, Mahuka got to
first on an error by Woods.sooond
dn passed ball and brilliantly stolo
num. mo uso, tliougli, lor liart
hvonod up his nrm and gavo Lomon
" and Bridges thrqo, strikos
Wodehouso, Hart and Woods
snoh hit singles. Tho first two
mado good baso stoals, Hnrt
making a slick Blido to third. A
passed ball holped, and Woods
.brought.WodohoiiBo homo. Aftor
Angus nnd C Wildor had tendorod
flies to Kaanoi ond Ahiu, Willio
Wildor brought tho two othors
homo with a oloan
and boforo tho applauso had
subsided Harry Wildor struck a
singlo and anothor run was scorod.
McNiolioll hit safely, but Hurry
Wildor was droppod making for
tho homo plato. Davis gcting
first on bulls was kuockod out
sliding fpr socond. Ho did not
respond to tho umpiro's wuving
off, and it was found that ho was
stunnod. It took soverul minutos
of rubbing his limbs and dashing
of water ovor him boforo ho was
ablo to rise. Ha was assisted off
tho field and Aoa took his placo
for tho rost of tho gamo. Ahia
was rotirod at first, and Pahau on
n fly to Chan Wildor.
Gnnzoll mado tho usual fly out.
Wodohouso hit a singlo, Hnrt
wont to first on balls, Woods hit n
double nnd Angus wont out on a
fly. Thon Chan Wilder hit a
doublo, wont to third on Willio
Wilder's singlo, and Hnrry Wilder
brought brothor nnd cousin
home with n doublo. MoNichol)
hit n fly to Ahia. Crowoll struck
out, Kaanoi gavo a fly into W
Wildor's grasp and Mahuka struck
a double, but Lemon gave a
straight fly to Hart.
Ganzoll oponod the ninth with
his usual fly, which Ahia gripped.
Wodohouso gotting baso on balls
was brought homo by a beautiful
threo baser faom Hart, who camo
homo on n muflby Ahiu, achango
pitchor who had como pn. Woods
hit a fly to Ahia, Angus hit a
safo ono, and Chan Wilder wont
out at first. Tho Kams did nothing
(his final clinnco. Bridg09,
after hitting safoly, was put out
stoaliug baso, aftor Aea had
a fly to Chan Wildor. Ahia
hit a singlo, but Lawolawo fanned
The scorers on both sides wore
as followst Stars W Wildor 2,
Wodehouso 4, Hart 3, Woods 3,
Angus 2, 0 Wilder 3 -total 17.
Kumohamohas Pahau 2, Cro
woll 3, Lemon 1, Bridges 2,
Tho scoro by innings was us
Stars 0 113 0 14 5 2
Kams 2 Q.-l 4,. 1 "1 0 0 0
tiie race tiuck.
Thoro wore qui to a number of
horses at tho track yestorday
morning and somo fino work was
dono, Tho track is still rathor
hoavy, but it is.liopod it will bo
all right when tho great day
comes around. Quinn had "290"
out and made him show himsolf
in a mile. Ho is 0. K. Gorstor
and Croolo look in first class condition,
Silky arrived this morning.
Tho Cornwpll horsos will
be horo noxt Sunday, nnd tho
Mokuleia horses will probably bo
on tho traok during tne last wook
W. S. Bartlott has rooms and
board for a few porsons at his delightful
bathing resort, llaniwat,
at tho beach.
Robort. Griovo, tho votoran
printor, doos work in tho art
of all arts which oannac
bo oxcollod. Givo him your
H. G Biart is a watchmakor
nnd joweler of much experience
Ho wns with Wonnor & Co. many
yenrs, and now is in businossfor
himsolf. His card will bo found-in
Henry Bortolmannn, tho
contractor and builder,
has resumed business at tho old
staud. Ho will mako ostium tes
promptly on now buildings or
jobbing. Get his figures boforo
Viggo Jacobaon, tho pon artist,
solicits businoss through this
papor, His work noeds no praiso
to those who havo Beon it, and
others will not find it hard to got
a look at samples, It has a finish
to jt, whotuor in oheup or
work, that show suporinr
cultivation of tho artist's gift and
groat tasto in oxooutiou.
J. A. MARTIN.
Agont for tho Dally
Ililo, Hawaii. my 13.
DEAD AND BURIED.
J. V. Simonson Joins the
Boforo it has boon published
many hours that Jerry Simonson
was seriously ill, tho nows of his
doath was circulated in tho
community. Ho was ono of tho
host known figrucs about town, and
ho Jwill bo misaod and regrottod
by many pooplo. Tho oauso 'of
his death was blood poisoning,
and ho died at 11 o'clock Saturday
Jeroinlah Vunderbilt Simonson
was a native of Now York Stato
and his ago at doath was 49 yearn.
His fulhor was a notod shipbuilder,
who dosigncd tho side-
wheol stoumor Vundi'rbilt. Mr.
Simonson was relatod to tho
Vandorbills of Now York. He
came round Capo Horn to San
Franoiaoo as purser of tho steamer
City of Piking. Tho Pacific
Mail Stoamship Co. sent him to
Honolulu in 1880 to look after
thoir shipping business, which
ho bus beon doing over sinco
working for H. Ilnokfold &
Co. Whon tho big China stoamers
my off tho h:irbor, boforo the
channol was dooponod to let thorn'
como in, "Jerry," as ho wns
familiarly called, used to transport
paBsongors nnd curgo botwoou
ship and shoro in atoam soow,
and his -fronds called him Commodore
Mr. Simonson was a veteran of
tho Araorican war and a mombor
of Geo. W. Do Long Post, G. A.
R, Ho was prominent in the
Citizens' Guard, often standing
watch at night whon scares wore
on boforo tho uprising, aud . was
sorgcant of squad 8 through the
troublo. Mr. Simonson louvoa a
son in tho Statos, but no
in those islands.
The funoral took placo from tho
house of tho docoasod nt '4 o'clock
Sunday. It was in charge of
Goo. W. D.e Long Post, Quartermaster
R. J. Groeno being master
of coremonios. Ilov. Alox.
Mackintosh co n'ducted tho
services in tho Anglican Church
vitunl. Tho pall-bearers representing
tho G. A. R., tho
houso of if. Hnokfold & Co., the
shipping business and tho
ons' Guard, wor L. L. La Pierre,
E. Suhr, 0. Bosso, W. L. Eaton,
W. Pfotonhauor, H. Schullzo,
Captain Campbell jmd Aroh.
Gilfillan. Many fino floral com-
positions woro contributed by
friends, A largo concourso
attended' tho funoral. Tho pro
cession was headed by tho G. A.
R. vetorans. Thoro woro about
fifty carriages following tho
uoarao to Nuuanu cometoiy.
H. a. BIAET.
(Formerly with Wcnncr & Co.)
Jeweler and Watjhmaljer,
515 Fort Stroot,
and Diamond Setting
SOUVENIR SPOONS nt very low prices.
ESTDon't torcct tho number 515 .Fort
Mrcet. May III.
Tho undersigned has
his form or business as
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
ond is now ready t' recoivo all
ordors in his lino.
Esthnotos on Now Buildings or
on Jobs promptly mado, Anybody
desiring Iq build n Now
Houso or to ropajr un old, will do
woll in calling urcmnd and gotting
All work will" bo dono in .tho
most satisfactory manner. Numerous
reforohoos as to tho quality
of work dono in tho past.
King stroot, Honolulu.
Races to Commence
10 A.M. sharp.
1st BICYCLE 'RACE.
Prize, Gold Modal, valued at $20. En-trance
foe SI. 50; 1 milo dash, freo for nil.
Prize, Gold M'odnl, valued nt $30
foo $1.50; 5 milo dash, free for all
3rd HONOLULU PURSE, $20a
Running raoe; i mile dash, free for all,
4th MERCHANTS PUKSE $200.
Trotting and pacing to harness; 2:40 class.
Milo heats best 3 in 5, freo for all.
CHALLENGE CUP, $250 nddod.
Running rnco; 1 milo dash, froo for all.
Winner of Cup to boat rocord of Angib A,
(1.45$) and recoivo $50 oxtru,
Glh PARK PURSE, $250,
Trotting and pacing to Harness. Milo
' boats best 3 in 5, freo for nil. "
7th OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S CUP, $150.0ddod.
Running raco, $ milo dash, Hawaiian
8th PONY RACE
1 milo dash,
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE, $150.
Running raoo; 1 milo dash for Hnwniian
brod horses owned by mombors of Club.
Winner to accept $100 in liou of cup.
10th HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,
2:50 oluss, milo lfeats best 2 in 3, froo for nil.
11th PRESIDENT WIDEMANN'S CUP, $150
Running rnco, 14; mile dash, froi for nil.
All ontrios aro to bo mado with tho Secretary
boforo Thursday, Juno 0th. 1895. Entrunco fees
to bo 10 por cent, of Purso, unless otherwiso
All racos to 1h run or trottod undor tho rules
of tho Hawaiian Jockoy Club,
All horses aro expected to start unless withdrawn
by 9 o'clock a, m. on Juno 10th, 1895.
Gonoral Admission . . .- CO cents
Grand Stand (Extra) 50 conts nnd 1 dollar
Carriages (insido of course) ctfcli $2.50
Quarter Strotoh badges 5.00
S. G. WILDER.
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrlvo llouolnlu Leavo Honolulu
from 8.1'. . for a. P.
May 27..,'. Juno 3
Juno '21 June 24
July 15 July 20
Aug. 0 Aug. U
Sept. 2 fiopt.7
Font. 30 Oct. 2.
Oct. 21 Oct. 27.
Nov. 13 '.,'. Not. 20
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydno'y. Sau Francisco.
AUIUVK'HONOMJUJ leAvk Hanoluuj
Mariposa Juno Q Arawa May .30
Arawa .July 4 Alameda,. .Jano '27
Aluuioila..... ...Aug. 1, Mariposa.. ..July 25
Marlpoua. ,..-,Aug. 2 Arawa Aug. 22
Arawa Sept. 20 Aliiniodu, ..Sept, 10
Alameda...... .Oot. 21 Mariposa,. Oct, 17
Book .and Job Printer
Morolmut Stroot, .Honolulu, H. I,
OverHawaiiun Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
Notary Public, Typewriter
Ofi'IOe; Ovor Goldon Rnlo Bazaar
for all Ponios 14 hands
Rooms and Board-Rooms
and Board for a few
persons can bo had at Ilaniwai,
en tho Waikiki boaoh.
"W. S. Baiiti.ett,
Beach House to Let-
A Furnished House is to be Lot
or leasted at Waikiki boaoli, a fow
minutes' walk from tho trumcar.
It has cook houso, bath liousoand
good sea bathing. Household
utonsils nnd dishos aro nil
Rooms may bo let with
bathing privileges, if tho wholo
promises aro not takon.
Havo othor houses in town nnd
suburbs to let, furnished nnd
Also, Building Lots for salo.
Inouiro of David Dayto.y,
mv 13 42 Morchant street.
Glaus deckels & (k
Honolulu, Hnwniinn Islands
Principal Parts of tlio World,
Transact a- Gonoml Banking