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For Lease or Rent.
Thoso dosirablo Promises ' at
prosont occupied by MRS. P.
Boonoy, situato nt Wilder
A fino residenco consisting
of Paflor, Throo Bedrooms, Dining
Boom, Bath Boom, Store. Room,
Kitchen rind Pnntry,
Servants' house, Stabl'o and Carriage
Largo spaoious grounds planto,d
with fruit and ( rnamontal treop.
Fruit troes now benring fruit,
Limo and. Lemon Troos,' Alligator
Poar Treos, otc.
Al80afino lnrgo Pasturage.
For particulars, apply to
MB. F. J. TURNER,
jiiy27 tf at Lewis & Co.
One Doublo Seat Family Carriage,
Harness and Horso', very gontlo,
Mrs. P. M. ROONEY,
Wilder near Piikoi Btroet,
or Mr. TURNER,
my23 2v at Lewis & Co.
California & Hawaiian Fruit. fc !
Produco Company, opposite B.
B. Depot, King Street. Every
description of grocories .and
dried fruits; nnd by ovory stonmor
from San Francicco and Vancouver,
Ico Honsd fruits, fresh
Salmon, nnd Oystors.
Tolophono 755. P. O.Box 4.
A NewAbstract Office
As a result of 15 years oxporionco
in the Abstract Business, Inm
prepared . to mako Abstracts of
Titlo in n most thorough, accurate,
and coroploto manner, and on
. F. W. Maiunney,
In W. O. Smith's Office, 318
Fort Streut. myl3. ,
If you want tho highost grade
Family "Flour on tho Market ask
for Patent Excellent."
by Novelty Milling Company
. VIGGO JACOBSEN '
and- - Illuininatpr
Pacific Hnrdwaro Co.
. 523 F6rt Stroet.'
.Whaleate Retail Duuggigfep1
'"- '.photographic Dealers
Lowest Prioes 33
noxt to Lucas' Mill .
Orays, Carts and
For PULLING UP frees
Every description of work in tho
abovo linos porformed in a first
class manner, aiul exooutod at
Wo always Koop a STOCK OF
WHEELS of ovtry dbspription on
hand in first class season.
Estimates givon on specifica
tions for work in all our lines of
All orders from thb othor IslandB
will meet with prompt attention,
Tolophono 402. P.O. Box 821
ConoOrt at theHotol tonight.
Moro dividends from Haiku and
Ph in. ,
Oh, tho Singor is tho maohino
that sows. .
Tho govornmont oflicea closed
nt 12 noon yostorduy.
Tho Anchor Saloon js tho only
plnco in town whoro you can got
book beor. .
Tho ludios'siy that Mujor
is tho, handsomest oflicer in
Woathorcloar, wind fresh north,
was tho 10 p. m , report from
Diamond Head. .
Commissioner Mnrsden received
(five oases of plants from Sydney
by thp Monowai.' .
Today at 10 o'clock tho grout
haboas corpus' caso will bo oponod
boforo tho Supromo Court.
B. B. Bond all, tho conrtoous
purser of tho Monowai, has our
thanks for report of passogo,
Colonial and Samoa papers, otc.
If you nro tlrcil of tlio hot nnd dusty town,
tliere Is no better ilaco for rest and recuperation
than at Ilnnlwnl Baths. Smooth bathing
beach and fino surf. Wnlklkl cars pass
Mr. Drydon is still the ro.yal
mail agont on tho Monowai. It is
o hleasuro to see his plonsaut
Oyoz, Oyoz, Oyez 1 Don'tl you
-know thut L. JLovoy is going to
sell n big lot of dry goods at tho
storo of M. S. Levy on Saturday
A largo Invoice of NEW GOODS arrived
on the Australia for N S Sachs.
For 8tylls) Millinery, fino Laces and Embroideries
and pretty Wnh Materials go to
N. S. Sachs, 520 Fort street,
Thero will bo a French dinner
at tho Hawaiian Hotel on Saturday
eveninc. with mnsio by the
Quintette Club and a following
danoo in the lanai.
F. J. Krugcr, practical wateb maker, Cor-tier
of Fort and Merchant streets. Hepalrlng
watches a specialty. Tho celebrated Wlcnar
Regulators. Jusfthe thingfor an appropriate
present lo your friends.
The Christian Church, of whiph
Mr. Garvin is pastor, -will build a
house of worship ori tho lot now
oooupiod as ft lodging house by
Mrs. McLean on Alukeft stroet.
Thoro was lota of work douo ut
Bishop's bank yosterduy evening.
Tno olerks ficured, fooled and
foamed. Tomorrow it will bo
Damon's, bunk, although it is
understood that the naino of tho
firm will remain intact,
"2X1," li tlio number most frequently
called over the tefcyiono wjres. It rings up
tho USITISD (UltlttAQB COMPANY'S Bfll1!)
whe'ro Superior Hacks with safe and
courteous drivers, aro always to bo found.
jV complete livery outfit, Including buggies
and wnggonctte, furnished at tho shortest
. -J. T. Arundol, the guano merchant;
who sold tho steamer
to tho Hawaiian
in 188G, is a through passenger
by tlio Monowai. Tho Explorer's
namo was obaimod to
Hon. Audloy Coote, member of
tho Legislative Council of Tasmania,
arrived by tho Monowai. Ho
is as a promoter of
tho Pacifio cablo, and a subsidy
to him and his associates was
granted for such a work' by tho
Hawaiian Liogislhttiro in 1880.
Potatoos, onion3 mullet and
beohivos from' Now Zouliind woro
among tho'morohandin.o lundtd by
tho Monowai. Twenty ousos of
limts and a oaso Of ourtos oame
from Samoa, and genoral merchandise-,
tea, whisky and alo from
S. S. Monowai.
Tho Pv. M. S. S. Monowai, 2130
Tons, Oapt. M. Caroy, oftor an
absence of sevon months, .arrived
in port at nino o'olook last night.
She loft Sydney on tho 13th inst'at
and arrived at Auckland
on tho 17th at 10 pan, Loft
noxt day at 2:30 p.m., and
arrived at Samoa on 22nd 10 p.m.,
modo a otuy of six hours and
arrived as abovo. Tho Monowai
resumed hor voyage for Sun
Franoisoo .at midnight. Tlio
steamer ha'd throe , passeugors
originally for this port, bu&
soyeral moro stayod oyor to so
Dear rendor, in the wildest
flights of your imagination did
you over drcatn' that Mr. San-ford
Ballard Dole, President
of tho so-called Republic of
Hawaii, would condescend to
send an embassy to the court of
tho Honorable T. B. Murray,
to plead for an extension of his
tonuro of tho Presidential office..
This is what ho did on
Wednesday night, just this and
ndthing less. Imagine the.
scene, if you can, with, tho aids
which wo can contribute. Look
upon Boss Murray in tho seat
of -honor, in tho hall of the
American League, surrounded
by his faithful henchmen of
the leaguo, and entering the
door the most puissant Minister
of Foreign Relations, His
Liliputian Excellency thb Attorney
General, Special Pleader
Thurston, and last' but not
least, Jester Armstrong. After
bowing after tho most approved
Japanese style. Listen to
tho pleading of the
to Washington, begging for an
oxtension of timo in which to
meet annotation promises given
at sixty days, over twenty-eight
months since. Tho decision
of the Boss was reserved.
Wo wait patiently for it in tho
belief that the depths of humiliation
hayp not, yet been
Speculating upon the causes
for the failure of tho conspirators
of January 17th, 1893, in
their efforts to establish a popular
for nobody bolioves now that
they were honest in their cry'
for annexation, a gentleman
advances the idea that it might
reasonably bo ascribed to the
fact -that; there were too many
lawyers, or what pass for
lawyers here, in tho government
and councils. Wo read
the other day; in a United
States paper that: "The
Congress (excluding vacancies)
consists of 441 mombers
in both hou8efii 5 Senators
and 350 Representatives.
There aro 58 lawyers in the
Senate, about 68 per cent of
the wholo nurnber, and 220
lawyers in the Houso, noavly
64 per cent. Add to these tho
Ohief Executive and tho Vice
President, and soven out- of
eight mombers of tho Cabinet,
and we have 296 lawyers out
of a total of 450 members of
tho legislative, administrative
and oxeontive deparfcmonta of
tho .National Government,
nearly 66 per cent, which is 15
per cent moro than the major--
ity." It goes without saying
that tho 53rd Congress failed
in securing popular support,
and deserved to, from our point
of view, becauso they refused
to support the President and
his advisers in their' righteous
purpose concerning these islands.
Tho failure of the income
tax law to stand tlio test
of constitutionality is a rebuke
to tho large legal, element in
bo'th Houses, We also read
that in "the composition of tho
British Houso of Commons we
find only 22 Attorneys and
Solicitors out of 640 members,
3 per cent as compared with
64 per cent In. our (United
States) lower Houso. Out of
17 mombers of tho British
Cabinet there is but ono lawyer.
Right or wrong, tho masses in
England do not favor tho
'special pleader' as a champion
of thoir claims, and thoy practically
oxcludpliim from the
Houso of Commons." .
Kinnu street near Punchbowl
, street my2l
Kaco Traok Notes.
The Mokuloia horses arrivod
Tuesday. Thoy looked woll but
thoy and tho trninor aro mum
iiko Colburn's oystors; thoro aro
somo prospocts that thoy will got
thoro all tho same. Tho tr "ttors
did somo very neat work last
Tuogday morning. , Fred Mao
with a bran now harness,
a now""biko'' and presumably
somo of Dr. Pottio's colebrutod
horso modoino on tho tail. Ho
surprised tho spectators by doing
throo railo heats in 2:35, 2:33, and
Billy Button looked lifcon daisy
apd wormod around in 3:02, 2:50
Creolo laid off, but as a mutter
of oxorcisb joggod a mile in 2:39J.
Lord Brock Stretched his legs
and wont around in 1:51.
Woll, it is unsiafo to givo horses
away and tho sporting editor is
boing growled at ovory morning
by tho racing fraternity. Ho
oan't ovon borrow Johnnio Hay-ward.
It must not bo forgotten,
though, that Sam Wilder's
"saddle'1 horse may bo around
and "trot." Sho is a boautiful
littlo maro. Agnew sold her to
Wilder and although sho hasn't
so far got a record sho will soon
have it, especially if she is entered
in tho 2:50 class. Sho is tho
diughter of Eros and is only fivo
years old. A hotter bit
never oame to thoso islands.
Asa bullock following, lasso-dispensing,
horso, Mr. Wilder may find
Alvina .a failure. Boforo tho
wheels of a light rolling biko sho
will bo a success.
Thoro is beginning to bo somo
intorest in boating "circles, and
if tho boys don't "broke" on
tlio wco track or kilkcl at tlio ball
gamos the. prospects .aro good for
a decont boat rnco. Tho Leilani
bus got a professional trainer and
tho boys aro doing .Borao unusually
good work ovqry morning. Tho
Hoalania ore gomgto havo a littlo
ruco of thoir own noxt Saturday.
Thoy havo got two oro'ws. One is
composed of - tho government
dudes and the othor of the town,
dudes. Both aro crows of six and
the losers will pay for a dinner nt
the Arlington. The town dudes
aro supposed tho winners. Tho
Hoalanis havo got an
of tho Pionoer Club of San Francisco
in its crow and thoy fool
way on top,
Tho Stars will boat tlft Earns
next Saturday regardless of tho
fight betweon tho alumnis'and the
school boys. Lionel Hart, the
handsome littlo Chinese "consul"
and pitcher, oannot appear, nrtd
Harry Ovorond w 11. throw tho
bull. Tho littlo "consul" has got
the grippo very bnd, but ho hopes
to havo'luqgs bnough to bo around
as a spectator and yoll "lovely
eyes" "woll, woll, w o-l-l"
"Duke" makes a baso
slido. Sum Woods says ho is all
right,, but ho looks as if ho had
fourteen ribs broken at tho last
gamo , '
Y. M.A. O. Building.
As tho extended portico of tho
Y, M C. A. building is up in the
rough, somo idoa can now bo
of the appoaranoe of tho pilo
when complotod. Tho portio i iS
of tho same stylo as tho old ono,
but it extends tho whole breadth
of tho old-building. It has
pillaVs and will, to somo extent,
relioYO tho building' ortho
bastilo likoness throatonod by tho
stiff lines of tho gymnasium an
nox. Tho portico comes ilush
with tho front of tho annex, whioh
extends, say, eight feet heyond tho
front wall of tho Old building.
It is regardod by many obserV"
ora as a mistake to hayo brought
tho annox out from tho front lino
of tho old building. Perhaps tho
gymnasium rocjuirod tho extra
eight feot or so, but tho brouk in
tho lino of the fucado, together
with the abstnoo of a front entrance
direct into the gymnasium,
is oonsidored anything but an architectural
success. Tho reirof
tho building ift made positively
hideous with tho baro
o'ovation of tho protruding annox.
and tho Squat walls and roof of
thp baths aro in ropulsivo contrast
with tho lofty walls on their flank
and rear. Tho gymnasium, floor
will bo half a story below tho
ground floor of tho old building,
and roaohed by a descont of a'
stairway thorofrpm. Thoro aro
throo broad windows botwoen tho
front room on tho right of tho on
tranco, looking in, nnd tho gymnasium.
Beyond tho hallway
leading to to gymnasium thero is
a room extending the wholo
broadth of tho old building, which
will bo tho reading room.
tho alterations in tho old
building will, probably, provido
in comfort what tho oxtorior of
the wholo pilo will laok in boauty.
Tho gymnas um and improved
routing room will be a boon to tho
rising gouoratinn, and doubtless a
valnab o counter 'attraction ' to
places whoro youth should never
A Great Benefit.
Miss A. M. Paris haB recently
for tho bonofitof tho traveling
nublic and ailing ones, a
first clasa hotel at Kailua, Kona,
Hawaii, whero ono can obtain
anything desired in" tho way of
good-living Tho bathing is
lent, and the climate of Kona
iiiowol ohd favorably known,
that it is unnocess ry tj say that
it las u eciunl in the Islands.
Ti;o terms' nro very rm.dortto.
Tho house hns ban appropriately
niii.od on account of
the o iol broozo th it prevails at all
A Regent Guest.
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL No. C80
Leirlon of Unnnr. mppta this
Ing, at 7:30' o'clock, at Harmony Halt, King
street. .T P.vii.tmT P l
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktails !
Sauer Brunnen !
FrederioksTDTirg Beer !,
Straight 5? MixedDrinks
Of All Kinds niid Best Quality.
Southwest Corner Kingfc Nuuunu
On GKOUND at 'CORNER
am! aitouNi) will be specially
LIGHTED BY THE
Comes ALL arid See,
Hear and Judge', for .
SJCQUAII attonds tho Armory
Hall betweon tho hours of 2 and
4i80 oaoh day, except Sundays.
SEQUAH Lectures each
at 7:30 at tho oornor of Fort
add Borotania stroots,
Professor Borgor will conduct
his band tonight at' tho Hawaiian
Ustol. Tho following programmo
will ho rendered and botween
moonlight, oloctrio light and the
big drum; tho Paradise ot 'th
Paoigo will bo soon at its boat:
Overture,. .Fostival Lortzing
Qa yotto. XAlexina . . . . ; . . . As'oher
Cornet Solo. .FozstLovo. .Nounian
Boloction, .Maritbinn Wallaco
Modloy. .Plantation Song,
Two Hawaiian Airs
"Waltz . Paradise of Pacific .
f . . . Borgor
Maroll . .Hawaiian Ho.tol. . Bei'gor
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing Machines
and EMnnoioEKY "WonK
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, III.,
boing tho largest numbor of aw.ird,
obtained by any Exhibitor, nnd
moro than doublo tho numbor
givon to all othor jSowing Machines
B. BEnaEnsoN. ,
my3l tf Bothol st Honolulu.
Baseball. :. .Association
On Sat.urday, June I
at 3:30 p. m.
s vs. 'Kaiiicliiiineliiis
Admission - - 25 cents.
Are You Satisfied;?
To have FURNITURE in your, house, that
comes apart and cracks and'broaks, and sooner or 'later goes for
Ex-Bark "Martha Davis," We Received the
Largest Shipment of Furniture
That h.a.vei be&n
. FIRM on
Wo .will quoto you, will astonish you, especially'-'
if you attempt to buy thorn, and ship' thorn hero .
-. Will you tako odv.antago of this fact. If you don't, somo of
your frionds will, and you will bo surprised to soe how nicoly
they havo fitted thoir houses, and at wh&t a small figure..
Come and Examinp our Stock and Figures.
Mattresses, Lounges and all Upholstorod Furniture, Repaired at
Reasonable Rates. . ' -
Cabinet Making in all its branchos,
Bargain Sale !
I nm instructed vby M. S. LEW
to soil at his Fort Stroot Storo, on
Juno 1st, 1895, at 7 o'olock,
a Largo Assortment of
Laces,'. Embroidory, Hosiory,
, Underwear, Child's Dresses
Quilts, Ac., ito , &o
This is an. excellent opportunity
o securo BAitQAfNs,' aB'rgbm must
bo mado for new goods'ld' arrive-
LEWIS J. IJEVYi
my3I 2t Aucti n03
Loto'b Building, Nuuftnu St.
A FIRST OLABS Mftfkot in every
Ordore delivered promptly. to nil parte ot
lie city. - ,
WTelepbono 154. .-
'"' Moy "
To Parents, Teaohers,.
All wishing li rO' cive Special Tuition in
rmy brrtnoh of Edncation or desiniigto bo
speeially propiuod for oxamlaations or cot-
leo the nudersigoed is well qa&Hflod to
Terms on application by letter addicssed
lo this .office,
G. Oabsok Kentojc, f
May . '
A NICE COTTAGE .ON QUicEtf
. Enqairo at this oflioo.
Consigned to any One
the Islands .
by Competent Workmon.
uocorating unuor tho supervision Of
iuauing jjaut ana interior
Mr. CiiliU. UliJJWAX.
ORDWAY & P9RTER,
Robinson Block Hotol Street.
Look at the Above OUT !
It rcprosonta, tho WAGjQON neodod by every man who attends to
business, or is bont on pleasure," I Soil theso Wuggons wjth or with-,
out Tops, and I can guorantoo that thoy will givo full satisfaction.
Tho Oarriago is light, but solid, and it combines all thb virtues nfa
ploasuro and business. Waggon.
You will novor get tired of riding in ono of them', and your horso
will nover get tired ,of pulling it.
Theso Waggons aro fashionable, and used overywhoro in tho United
States. You can go- to a funeral in it, or drivo your girl around, or
even appear on tho race track and boat records. If over you try one,
you will nover use any othor stylo. x
Clarence W. Macfarlane,
ray20 Sole Agent foe tho Hawaiian Islands