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Engrosser - -
Pacific Hardwnro Co.
,.Aloha Bath House.
Next to Marino IVillway. Bathing
suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo troni tug-boat wharf
'on tolopiioning No. 585 Furnished
rooms to lot on tho premises.
Mrs. J.H. Ebist.
California & Hawaiian Fruit &
Produoq Gumpiuy, opposito It.
It. Depot, King Street. Every
description of grocorios and
driod fruits; and by ovory stoamer
from Sin Friinoinoo and
loo House fruits, froBh
Salmon, iyid Oystors.
TqloplicftioVTGS. P. O. Box 4.
A Now Abstract Office
As a result of 15 yoarsoxporionoo
in the Abstract Business, I am
prepared to muko Abstracts of
Titlo in a most thorough, accurate,
and comploto manner and on
P. "V. Makinney.
Tn W. O. SmUh'fl Office, 318
Fort Streot. myl3.
If you want tho highest grado
Family "Flonr on tho Market ask
for Patent Kxoallont." Manufactured
by Novelty Milling
jiollistep Drug Co,
523 Korl Street.
Wholesale Retail Dimggi
, ON THE T
Principal Parts of the World,
Transact a General Banking,
BRUCE WARING i Co.
Ieal Estate Dealers
503lFort st. , nour King
HOUSES und LOTS,
aud LANDS FOR SALE
- Partios wishing to dispose of
thoir properties, nro invited to
call on us.
. ra8 tf
Tho steamor Kauai arrived this
If you don't rood
you aro a chump,
Wim.ibI meet ma
room without (all.
tlio liutcl billiard
Dinmond lload, 10 p.m. Won
thcr cloudv. wind licht nflrlhoast.
Quarters for tho of
Health aro boing propared in tho
Tho criokot oluli will praotiso
this aftornoou. Tho m4oh gamo
win bo pjayou on
A centlo horse, ifWuS8 and a
doublo soatod onrrlflWrfffofJifcrcd
for utile. Hno ndvtertisomout.
Tho second edition Aifvtho Hawaiian
is out. CoiPUwors havo
boon corrootod in the iw fidition.
WO Smith, president of tho
Board of HoalMiS ftfyl cntortnin
thb modicaHrjitgruity a dinnor
at tho Pooifio OluVfljhi qvoning.
If you aro tired of tlio hot and thuty town',
thero Is no better ptrtco for rest and recuperation
than at Ilanhl Uatlu. Smooth
beach and fine surf. Wnlklkt cars tm
tho door. I r
Thoro will bo a moetinjof tlio
Board of Hoalth nt 3 o'ohjjck ' tomorrow,
at whioh all tho .doctora
in town aro efcpooted to no prd
sent. S -y
fk - '
Tho Criterion will rodoivo tomorrow
by the3. S Miowera a
Hmnll oonsigntnpnt of Bock Beer,
bottled jfclgtho col6bratcd
F. J, ICrugcr, practical watchmaker, Cor
acr of Fort and Merchant streets. Repairing
watches a specialty. Tho celebrated Vlener
Kcgulators. Just tho thlni; for an appropriate
.present to your friends. jr
Tho following persons tlmvo
taken tho outh to support tho
constitution: John Duncan,
Hawaiiun; Thomas Phillips, English;
W. C. Konuko, Araoricam.
Mr James Hind will.be married'
noxt Sunday to Miss Estella
IT ........ Trl.... , KT-I...1.. rni.fc
nuituu ut ixuuuu,' axuijuiu, j.iiu
contracting parties . are bath
prominent rosidonts of Kohnla.
Tho fresh oysters sent up yesterday
from Oolburn's ovster borta
found a ready-sale., and jirovod,
superior to tho lnstshipmont.
Call at II K Molutyro's stoio and
try a few dozon,
It is probablo that tho Board
of Health's oxpodition to Molokai
will atait Friday evoning,
as tho passage is a short ono and
it is not desirod to land at tho
sottlemont beforo daylight.
In thes hot days every lady U looking for
a cool aud pietty dress; N. 0. Sachs can help
you outiof your lUfilculty. Ho has Just lm
ported ft flue lot of Wet 9lkB In all Bhadcs;
they aro so cheap that they are within the
reach of all,
Frank L Hooga litis bought tho
intorost of his partuor, J Fi Gluy,
in tho Paradiso of tho Pacific
Mr Olay is going to tho Coast
for his health. V II Charlock
will handlo tho business end of
tho Paradiso in his plnco.
"230," U tho number most frequently
callol over tho tclcphouo wires. It ilugs up
tho United Uaiiuiaqe Uomi'jlmy'h stand,
where Superior Hacks wltu sale and
courteous driver, aro alwajs to bo found,
Acomplcto Utery outfit, Including buggies
and waggonettes, furnished at the shortest
Today boing the feast of tho
Asoonsion, it will bo observed at
St. Andrew's Cathedral as follows:
G:30 n. m., Holly Communion,
Choral; 11 it. in. Matins
and Sermon; 4:30 p. in., Pulo
Col It H McLean has recoived
an iuvitation from Goo W Do
Long Post, G A It, asking tho
National Guard to unite with
tho votorans injho observance of
Momorial Day, May 30. Tlio
invitation has boon accepted. L
A Thurston will bo orator of
Tho mombors of tho Indcpek
dent stafT, having boon usod to
sometimes get ''tomorrow" down
for "tyday" aud "today" for
''yoHtorday." This was tho oauso
of an unfortunate bluudor in
calling attention to tho public
view given of Mr Poaoock's
Headers, howpyor, had tho
advortisomont boforo thorn to
show tho propor tim6.
Read to the Command.
Last night tho first baltulion
drill hold under command of
Colonel 11. II. McLean teok plaoa
on Union Square Thero was n
largo mustor of all tho companies.
Tho now commander put tho
battalion through various evolutions
and tho manual of arms.
Ha has n clear and somewhat
J'flltll voico, which ho mado heard
' nil nvnv Mm Tinrnrln rrrnntifl. Tllft
iMrpprnmont bund was in ntlon
fuilnob J playing tho marches' in'
oxtra good style.
Aftbr tho drill tho battalion
marched to tho drill shed, inaillo
of which it was drawn upiiia
hollow squaro to hoar tho
tnont of tho court martial in the
otpos of lieutonanti G. W. ItL
King and Ir.i A. Burgett. Capt.
J. W. Pratt of tho field staff rclid)
tho ovders in a loud nnd cloar
tone. Tho following is an opitotuo
of tho Charges and specifications
in Lieut, King's caso:
1. 'Wrongfully and knowingly
appropriating public proporty in
violation' of tho GOth articl'ii isf
war. Tho offense-was spocified
as tho taking away of twdplato
glass sconces from tho mauka
veranda of tho oxecutivo building
2. Conduct unbecoming an officer
and a gontloman, specified
as appropriating 2 paid to him
for W. E Horriek, musician of
Co. E., as a roward for finding a
gold pin belonging to Major
3 3. Misbohavior bofora tho
onoiny in violation or tho 42nd
article of war. It was spocifiod,
first, that, on Januaiy 9, tho
accused having boon ordered to
movo his command to tho head
of Pauoa valley, to prevent
tho passage of tho robots into
Nuuanu Valloy, ho violatod tho
ordor by halting and encampiDg
at a point a milo more or les3
from tho head of Pauoa Valloy:
and, secondly, that ho. did not
post a sufficient guard about his
Tle judgmont of tho court
mnrtial was that tho accused was
fioatioii arid tho ordor was promulgated
that ho bo restored to
his rank and his swoid retnrned
to him. Col. McLoan promptly
stopped the beginning of applause
in tho ranks at tho conclusion of
Lieut. Burgott was ohargod
with conduct unbecoming an
officer and a gontlemon, with two
specifications' of having returned
to his quaileis on us many
occasions under tlio influeuco (f
liquor. Ho was found guilty f
tho charge, but only as to one of
tho specifications. Tho order was
that ho ho casluerod from tho
sorvico, taking effect from May
Another court martial finding
wus anuouncod in tho barracks
yostorday. Private E. Dunbar of
Co. E.wttB found gailty of assaul
ting a non-commissioned oflicor,
Corporal Johnson, and ho wus
fined $10 and dishonorably discharged.
Col. McLean, nfter tho promulgation
of orders rolativo to tho
court martial, briofly addressed
tho bittalion. Speaking to tho
voluntoors ho eaid ho
ropoat whut ho had
to tho regulars, that ho
not ask thorn to go any
that ho would not go
solf. Thoro would liko'y bo
uiotlior battalion drill in a weok.
Tho different companies would bo
oxeroised in tho use of tho
field ploooa, whioh would
somowhat roliovo tho monqtony of
manual of arms, fours right and
so 'forth. Still, although to an
outsider it might appear that
thoy woro only going- ovor and
over tho same tactics, ho impressed
upon thorn that only by
continual praotioo could perfection
be attainod. It was just tho
samo as in singing 'and otlior
oxorotsos, a praouco was
thoro would bo a doolino
of projioioncy. At the oloso of
his address tho colonol gavo tho
command to d'sperso,
Tho Piouoor Stonm Candy
Factory and Bakory on Hotol
streot is still to tho front. Only
firslolnss goods aro sold.
They Never Sleep,
' Tho Advertiser tnado ono of its
usual mistakes yesterday when
it statod that tho "'Novor Stoops"
woro reorganizing. A representative
of this papr called on tho
Grand NovorSleoping Mogul. Ho
was told that tho 'old
had outlivod its
nnd that tlio G. N. S. M.
had conoluded not to further
pursue tho noble object of tho
association. Tho "slooperB" will
sleop, aud their noighbbrs will
bo truly thaukful.
Peter By Jingo, this is hot
iftrry Yos, why dqn't you do
tho only thing ? , .
Peter What is that?
Harry Keop cool, you old
idiot I ,
Potor Talk is ohoap. How can
I do it?
Harry Oonio ulong up of the
billiard rooms at tho hotel. That's
tho only cool placo in town.
Peter Right you ure; Huylor
is u daisy.
Tho Spray in in. Tlio Kinau
is in. Tho Lohiui i out. Toe
Spriy did not see any of thd
sols. Tho Kinau and tho Lolma
mot ouoh otlior and a transfer
took place. Pleaso oxolain to tho
wondering taxpayers if tho trans
fer consisted of Mr. Sanders only
or if the "fish" allegod to have
liPAti miiKrlif itnt'M filar, liiinrlnrl in I
Commodore Beckley. A combination
between tho Kinau and the
Lohnn would simply bo an
Great Purniture Sale.
A largo number of pooplo went
out to Waikiki yesterday, to inspect
tho furniture of W. C. Poa-cook,
whioh , is to bo sold at 10
o'clock this morning by James F.
Morgan. Tho articlos aro olegaut
and substantial in mako and
niarorlal. nnd will likoly exouo
sojno Hvely bidding. As tho residence
is on the main Waikiki
drivo routo and the oar line, thero
will doubtloss be a largo attendance.
A volcano nictura by Jules
Tavernier. a yacht club toloacope,
forns and plants, and a saddlo
horso will bo sold besides tho
furnituro. Tho library is to be
sold tomorrow at Mr. Morgan's
Tho Undersigned has beon
unpointed under fall powers of
attorney to net for
Win. W. Dimond and Mrs, Oarrio
H. Dimond of Honolulu, and
Henry Dimond of San Francisco.
JOS. O. CARTER,
Honolulu, May 20, 1895,
Ono Double Soot Family Oarriago
Harness and Jdorso, vory gentlo,
Mr. P. M. KOONEY,
Wilder avonuo noar Piikoi stroet,
or Mr. TURNER,
my23 2w at Lowis & Co.
Tolophono No. 240.
A grand public band concort
will bo givon by Professor
in tho Hotol grounds this
ovoningnt7:30 in colouration of
tho ovo of Queen Victoria's
Birthdny. An excellent
including two now pieces,
is printed in another column, and
tho Hotol has offored to light tho
follogo in tho grounds, as well ns
tho now lanai, in honor of tho
Kinau streot near Punchbowl
Friday, May S4
At 10 o'clock a.m.,
at my Stlesrooui.I will soil nt ,.
Public Auction tho
Library of W C. Peacock
a vuliiablo assortment of
bv Emlnont Authors
now on view nt my
Thursday, May 23
At 10 A.M. , at tho
rosidenco of W. O. PEACOCK
Esq., Waikiki, I will sell at Pub'
Ho Auction, Household Furniture
Carved Dak fiat Hack, Vases,
STATUARY AND PEDESTALS
1 Handsome Oak Cabinet,
Oak Chairs and Rockers,
Parlor and Sido Tables, Upholstered
A-K and B. W. BOOK OASES
Engravings and Paintings. 1
Oak Sooretary and Book Caso
Rattan Chairs nnd Rockers,
1 Volcano Pioturo by Jules
Dining Room Furniture:
Dining Room Chairs, China,
Glass and Silverware,
Bed Room Furniture:
Oak Bedroom Suite, Carvod
Walnut Bedroom Suito,
Spring and Hair Mattrossos,
Walnut Waidrobo, 1 Oak
Mirror Front Wardrobo,' 1
Crown JDorby Toilet Sot.
1 YACHT OIjUB TELESCOPE,
1 SADDLE HORSE
FERNS and PLANTS. Etc.
Promisos opon for inspection
on Wodnosdny, May 22, from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m.
my 17 lw
P. O. Box 297
LEWIS a CO.,
WHOLESALE $ RETAIL
111 Fort- Streot,
FRESH GOODS Continually on tho way.
: .. .-ICE HOUSE GOODS
Satisfaction Guaranteed. -"
" ' '
Hawaiian Jockey Club
Official ProerarSme. .
. . ., Racos.to Commonco at ,r.
' ... 10 A.M. slinrp. t'T,
Prifco, Gold Modal, valued at $20.
foe SI. 50; 1 milo dash, freo for nil.
2nd BICYCLE RACE, i y - ..
Prize, Oold Modal, valued at '$30. En-.
,- trancofoo$l.CO; 5 milo dashi froo for nil
PURSE, .$200. 1
Running raoo; milo dash, froo for nil.
4th -MERCHANTS PURSE.$200. - k
Trotting und pacing to harness; 2:40 class.
Milo heats", bsst 3 in 5, 'freo for 'all.
RACE PUSE, fflOO. 'V
1 milo dash, for all Ponios L4 hands or
uudcr (Will bo run between boats of
No. 4.) - ?
CHALLENGE CUP, $250 added.
Running race; 1 milo (IobIi, froo for all.
Winner ofCup to boat locord of ngio A
(1.45J) and rcceivo $50 oxtra.
7thKAP10LANI PARK PURSE, 250.
Trotting and pacing to Harness. Milo
boats, best 3 in 5, froo for all.
S. S. CO.'S CUP, $150, added.
Running raoo, J milo dash, Hawaiian
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE, $150.
' Running raco; 1 mjlo dash
bred horses owned by moinbors of tho Club
. Winner of Cup to rocovio S100 in liou of
Can becomes tho nronortv of norson winning
it twice. Should tho poraon who has won it
onco and again this meeting, he will rcooivo in
liou of Oup $100, together with
Winnor of Cup first time will recoivo $150 and
credit for ono race,
t. 10th HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB PURSE.
2:50 class, milo heats best 2 in 3, froo for all.
11th PRESIDENT WIDEMANN'S CUP, $150
,, tl added
Running race, li milo dnshj froo for all.
All ontrios aro to bo mado with tho Secretary
before Thursday,, Juno Gth, 1895. Entranco feos
to bo 10 per cent, of Purso, unless othorwiso
All racoH to bo run or trotted undor tho ruloa
of tho Hawaiian Jookoy Club,
All horses aro expected to start unloss withdrawn
by 9 o'clock A. m. on Juno 10th, 1895.
1 General Admission 59 conts
Grand Stand (Extra) 50 conts and 1 dollar
Carriages (insido of course) onoh $2.50
Quarter Strotah badges '.'.'.'.. 5.00
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Htuyaiian. Jockey Club.
Extension Top, Canopy Too, ' -
, and 3Loop lroiit? -phaetons
Out tinder Canopy Top Surreys,
Maple wood" Canopy Top Oartsl
x Combination "Btickboard
t 1 .
. , ' This Splondid Assortment of VEHICLES Just
Arrived " Zblon Browor" from Now York, are
from tho . ; . ! I . 1
Faotoryof Messrs. Dole' and Osgood,
whoso CARRIAGES aro. s6 well known horo, that tliey
spoak for thomsolvos.
' FOB SALE BY
;0. Brewer & Company.RM
my H w Queen Street.J
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