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For Lease or Rent.
Thoso dcsirablo Promises nt
prosont occupied by MRS. P,
Roonoy, situato at Wildor
A fine residcnoo consisting
of Parlor, ThrooBodrooms, Dining
Eootn, Bath Boom, Storo Room,
Kitchen find Pantry,
Sorvants house, Stablo and
Largo spaciouB grounds planted
with fruit and t rnamontal treoa.
Fruit troes now bearing fruit.
Lima and Lemon TrooB, Alligator
Pour Treoa, otc. on
Also, a fine largo Pasturngo.
For particulars, apply to N.
MR. F. J. TURNER,
my27!tf at Lewis & Co.
For Sale of
Ouo Doublo Seat Family Carriage,
Harness and Horso,' very gentle,
Mrs. P. M. ROONEY,
Wilder avenuo noar Piikoi stroet, on
or Mr. TURNER, all
my23 2w at Lewis & Co.
California & Hawaiian Fruit &
Produco Company, opposito R.
R. Dopot, King Street. Every
description of groceries and
dried fruits; and by every stoamor
from San Franoipoo and Vancouver,
loo Houso fruits, frosh
jSalmon, and Oystors.
Tolophono 755. P. O. Box 4
A New Abstract Office
Aa a reault of 15 years oxporionco
in the Abstract Business, I am
proparod to mako Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, accurate,
and comploto manner and on
F. W Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Offico, 318
Fort Street. myl3.
If you want tho highost grado
Family "Flour on tho Market qsk A
for Patent Excollant." Manufactured and
by Novelty Milling Company
Engrosser - -
Pacific Hardwaro Co.
jiollister Drug Co,
523 Fort Stroet.
Wholesale zH Mfit
fr Lowest Prices i
noxt to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Treeq
Evorv description of work in tho
abovo linos performed in a first
class manner, and oxooutod t
Wo always Koop a "STOCK OF
WHEELS of overy description on
hand m first olaos season.
Estimates givon on
for work in all our linos of
All orders from the othor Islands
will meot with prompt attontlon,
Tolephono 402. P.O. Box 321
BaBoball this ovoning. Tho
Stars and tho Kamschatkas will
If you nro tired of tho hot anil dusty town,
there In no bettor placo for rest and recuperation
than nt Ilnnlwnl Baths. Smooth bath
lng beach and flno surf. Wnlkllcl cars pass
Sequnh was on interested
onoctator in tho Supromo Court
A largo lnvolco of NEW GOODS arrived
tho Australia for N S Sachs.
For Stylish Millinery, lino Laces and Embroideries
and pretty Wash Materials go to
S. Sachs, 520 Fort street.
Diamond Hoad.10 p.m.
hazy, wind light north; stoamor
Frank Vida's numerous friends
both sexes aro glod to lenrn
that ho is improving and may bo
around in a fow days.
Johnny Hay ward is simply
rosting now. Ho will be roady of
tho 4th of July ond theh meot
Invitation? aro out for' an "at
home" to take plnoo on board tho
Philadelphia on tho 10th of Juno.
Mrs. Captain Cotton will bo the
A prisionor got his foot crushod
yesterday while working on tho
roada. Jailor Low appeared
rapidly on tho scono of tho disaster
and conveyod the man to tho
F. J. Krugcr, practical watchmaker, Corner
of Fort and Merchant streets. Repairing
watches a specialty. Tho celebrated Wiener
Regulators. Just tho thing for an appropriate
present to your friends.
Henry Macfarlano i3 in town
and looking in good health. Ho
reports everything lovoly at the
other side of the island. No filibusters
haYO swooped down on
"Z30," Is tho number most frequently
called over the tclcjthouo wires. It rings up
United Uaiuimoe Comimhic'ij stand,
where Superior Hacks with safe and
courteous drivers, aro always to be found,
comploto livery outfit, Including buggies
waggonettes, furnished at tho shortest
No dinner is compluto without
oysters on shell. Any amount
oan bo had by applying to II. E.
Molntyre who is supplied twioo a
vtouk (Wuiluesiluy uud Saturday)
from Golburn's bods, at Ewa.
Mr. A. V. Gear has resigned
his position as bookkoepor for J.
Wutorhouso. It is roportod that
Mr. Henry Waterhoueo wil havo
charge of tho drygoods business
during tho indisposition of Mr. J.
Tho famous Albion, beer, from
tho celebrated Albion brewory of
San Francisco, is always on
draught at tho E,rnpiro Qaloon,.
Also ginger brandy rqado from
Jamaica ginger root and brandy.
cures all disorders of th,o Btoinqoh
Consul - General Hawo3 bald a
oonforonco yostorday with Messrs.
Rickard and Walkor in rog id to
tho claims of there gotytlomeu, who
aro now confined as political prisoners
and havo called for British
Following is tho monu of tho
Fronoh dinner at tho Hawaiian
Hotel this evening:
ailoa Biquo do nomtra
Hora tV Oeuvros
rotiti Ilouohcr au Crovettos,
Mulot a la Hawaiion
Boouf Piquo a la fluhraro
Oatlettos d' Afupan ola Maoodoino
Punoh a la Romatno
Poulard do Palolo au Orosaon
' Cotes do Boeuf
Ham Sauco Ohampngno
Asporgos, a la ranpaiao
Pnding Glaco a la Doplorants
Crome au Ohooolftto
Gatoaux Yariqor Oorbidles de
GONSALVES & CO.,
WHOLESALE GHOCER8 AND WINE
W5 (Juceu Stmt, Honohm, It. I
AN IMPOSING GEREM0NY.
Consul Verleye Lead At
Tho fuuoral of Mr. Honri Leon
Vorloyo the popular commissioner
and consul for Franco,
whoso untimely doath has boon
lamontod by tho community, -took
placo ytstordny aftornoon. Tho
funeral was in charge of tho acting
consul for Franco, Chancellor W.
M. GiHnrd and tho ritual toold
placo at tho Roman Oatholio
Onthodral. All honors woro
to tho momory of tho lato
consul. Tho government had
sent two militiiry companies as an
escort, besides tho band and a
squad of polioo under tho command
of sonior captain Purker.
Tho ilorul decorations wore most
beautiful. Tho Right Roverond
Fathor Loonor, Vicar-General
thcs1) Islands conduetod tho
sorvices. After tho solemn
at tho church tho procession
was formod and movod to tho
Catholic cemotory on King Street,
whoro tho ronauins of tho deceased
diplomat will bo kept until instructions
in rognrd to thoir to
removal can bo received' from tho
French government. Tho following
gontlomon actod ob pall boar-ers:
iMr. A. S. WMHr, envoy extraordinary
and minister plenipotentiary of
for tho United States of
America, Mr. A. G. Hawea, H. B.
M's and commissioner;
Mr. Ellis Mills, consul-general
and socrotary of tho
legation of tho Unitod Stutesj Mr.
Shimizu , for Japan ;
Mr. A. do Souza Odnavarro, consul-general
for Portugal, and of
Mr. F. A. Schaefer, consul for
Italy and dean of tho Consular
corps In Honolulu. Tho onlor of
Squad of Polico
Right Roverond Fathor Leonor
Colonel Mo Loan National Guard by
Acting Consul Gitfard and Ohjef
Minioloro Hatch ond W. O. Smith
Hon. A. S. Ologhorn in carriogo
of Mr. Hawea
Captain and Qflhjers, of tho TJ. S,
H. B. M's Vico Consul
J. R. G. P. Consul is
Messrs. E. Stilts and L'oneJ
Hart aoted as ushers at the Cathedral,
where numerous pooplo
woro in attendance ut thq gorviooB.
MrB. Yerloye arrived at the
church before tho service, but was
esoorted homo by her frionds, who
feared that the pud. occasion
would seriously injure hor already
much impaired health. Colonol
Soper represented, tho. President
at tho ohurch soryico.
" Star" Reporting.
Wo roccommond to tho
on B.jretania stnot to
hiro tho Star court reportov. Tho
childion will thon bo ablo to
Jearn whiit a "misprisoa" (should
it bo a misfit) prisoner is and how
two sots of attorneys can appoar
for the 'pioBeqution' ifl ft hfthoas
corpus oaso. Tho Star repoitor
must bo a second Leonard or in
visible, beoauso Iho only rpoitors
in e8ao woro these f.rqm thp $u
leiin and tho iNnErNDENT who
appoarcd for tho 'misfit' prisoner?
Profossor Borger y1 pntorlaln
tno puhjlp this aftornoon with n
concort ntEmmnSquaro beginning
at 4:30 o'clock, Tho following is
Maroh.,XJ.,B. S. Philadelphia
Overture. .Light Cayatry. . , , . .
. i . , . . . . . , 4 . t . t t DUppo
Fantasia, .Princess Air
Soleotion . , A Gaiety Girl . . Jones
"Waltz. .Tho Lvrons. . . .Walstonfor
Polka, ,A Good Kiss Cooto
1 Hawaii Ponoi.
It is very peculiar that when a
now industry is started in this
country tho publio immodiatoly
assumes a suspicious attitudo and
acta as if thero was something
rotton inDoumark. Mr. Colburn,
pushing voting capitalist, has
lately bcon using his oxtonsivo
lands at Poarl Harbor to crcato
oyster bods, and ho has boon ablo
to furnish tho markot horo with
freeh oysters on sholl for sovoral
wooke. If the publio has
tho entorpriao of Mr. Colburn
to cannot atato. Wo only
know that a lot of people who
protend to know 80mething nbout bb
what is good for tho plate look
very sorious and Bay: Cannot boat
"foroign" oyators; tasto" muddy;"
tasto of "limuj" pooh, pooh, pooh!
Tho truth is that tho oystors
are not intended to "beat" foroign
oystors. They arc foroign oysters
and are simply horo to be fattened,
fresho'nedupandfitfor tho markot.
The most serious ohargo against
tho oysters has boon that thuy
worogreon, and that fact scared
peoplo who, although "green"
thomsolYes, boliovo that tho
color is caused by orsonio or
copper. A roferonco to Analoy no
Hall's interesting artiolo, Oystor
Industry of Now Jersoy will sorvo
convinco our Ecoptical
that thoy run no risks
whatever by eating "green"
oysters. Tho articlo in quostion
appeurs in tho official report
tho commissioner on fish
and fishories printed at Washington
1891. In mentioning
'green" oyatois tho author quos
tion. Profossor Nolson, a
who in a letter to tho
two hading oyster growers of tho
United States, says:"It is natural
pooplo who do not know tho cause
the unusual color should rojeot
green clams or oysters deeming
thorn disease-causing. Such persons "
mny bo assured, not only on
our authority but on that of every
scientific investigator who has
studied tho subjeot that tho olams A
wholesome and. of good and
sometimes of suporior quality."
Tho green color is Bimply derived
tho oyster's inclination for
and easy aocos,st to seaweed and
anybody who has watohed a child
painting itself bluo by eating
blnok borries oan understand why
oysetr turns grcon "by eating
Whon a strnngor in somo yossel
approaches the coaat of Oahu ho
inolinod to think that ho has
mado a mistiko and thbt tho
Paradise of tho Paoifio must bo
found somewhoro else. But whon
tho Yesdol passes Diamond Head
and the wonderful beauty of
Waikiki moots his oye ho realizes
that ho is near that haven of bliss,
that single spot whioh truly deserves
the namo of Sans Souci
Tho Chia. of San Francisco
writos a glowing description of
tho hospitality, gayety and
"punch" of Sans Souoi. It is
pleasing to state that George
Lycurgus; mino boat plaoo,
is baok again aftor his involuntary
and undeserved imprisonment
in Oahu Prison. Georgo,
the of Wujkiki, the
evon pleasant and always friendly
"duko" of Sparta was thrown into
jail for somo novor explained
reasons and his boautiful seasido
roBort was watched and oyed with
suspicion by our vigilant government.
An invitation to leave the
oountry was not acoepted by tho
Grecian hero. Ho now invites
"tho othor crowd" to take advan
tage of tho unique Waikiki
and under his algeroba
treos along tho swoot medium of
tho wavos drenm of revolutions,
filibuators or raystorious lights on
tho roof from tho fishormon. Soo
Sans Souci and no don't die but
go to jai',
second ooNonnaATioN. .
Tho Bomoos of tho .Socond
Oongrogation to-morrow will bo as
Morning: Holy Communion,
! TV. 1 TV! !i!
Gaumtoll in E. flat, Hymns 156,
813. Evening: Glorias Morning
ton in E. flat; Magnifioat(
Woodward, in D; Nuno Dimittis,
Gaumloll, in E fUt. Hymns,
18i, 105, 204,
A NEW SHIP.
She Plies No Flag, But a
Tho hoys on Browor's wharf
will petition tho next Logislatnro
and ask for an not which will
provont ordinary ovoryday grooory
waggons interfering with thoir
trado and floating around trying
to "drivo" pooplo to tho Phila-
dolphia instead of rowing thorn to
that favorito resort. Tho faots
which havo causod tho troublo aro
follow: Laat eyening the
which carries Ned ImhofPs1
supplios for vessels oamo down to
tho wharf. Tno waggon, tho
horso and tho boy luoky it
wasn't Nod woro all thoro. So
was the wharf. That is for a
little whilo. Tho boy, waggon
and horso wont overboard whilo
backing "up" and thoroaftor thoy
floated in gonoral company. Tho
officer on duty had tho boy rescued
and tho horso was shortly
after hoisted up nnd finally tho
waggon was landed. With exception
of somo damaged harness,
hnrm was dono. But in tho
futuro it is to bo hoped that tho
Humano agont will bo around
and such aquarian cirons bo
stopped in tho futuro.
Oornor Nuuanu and Hotel Streets
N, Reqva Managor
Popular Brands of WINES and to
LIQUORS, alwaya on hand
On DiUuoht :
Half and Half, and tho celebrated
Albion " Beer, always frosh and
Something now Gingor Brandy, A
Famous for its medicinal virtues.
most oxcollent remedy for all
disorders of the stomach, and particularly
H- $ CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Street, Honolulu
Telophouor 25J P.O. Box 470
Building and Loan ilociafcion
The regular monthly mooting
will bo held at tho Chamber of
Oommerco on MONDAY EVENING,
Juno 3rd, 1895, at 7:80
SK" Payments ore required in
A. V. GEAB,
I am instruoted by M, S. LEVI
to sell at hiB Fort Stroet Storo, on
Juno 1st, 1895, at 7 o'olook,
a Largo Assortment of
Laces, Embroidery, Hosiory,
Underwear, Child's Dresses
Quills, &c., &o,, &o
This is an oxcollent opportunity
o secure Bargains, aB room must
bo mado for now Roods to arrivo
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
mySI 2t Auctioneer
Corner Allen and Kokuanaoa sts.
DEALER IN JAPANESE
FitKSU Shipment lioceivoa
by Evoroy Stouinor from tho
Goods Sold' at Lowots Prioos
Talnnd Orders recoivo special
Baseball ... Association
On Saturday, June I
at 3:30 p. m.
Admission - - 25 cents,
AT THE ANCHOE
Oyster Cooktails !
Saiier Brunnen !
Frederiokslmrg Beer I
Straights Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Dost Quality.
SouthwoBt Cornor King & Nuuanu
Central JVTcat JVEarifefc
Love's Building, Nutmnu Bt.
A FIItST CLASS Markot la orcry
Orders delivered promptlr to all parts of
0T Tolephono 164.
To Parents, Teaohers,
AU wishing to receive Spocial Tuition in
any branoh of Education or desiring to be
spocially proparod for examinations or
ego tho undersigned is well aualiflod to
Tonus on application by letter addressed
Q. Oarsom Kektok.
NICE COTTAGE ON QUEEN
Enquire at this office
Per S. S. "Australia," a New Line
With O-IMPS and
Chenille Table Covers,' '. .
3?lain Cotton Crepes
figured Cotton Crepes
White Cotton Goods
Eoduced from 25c. to 15o. a yard
B. P. EHLERS & CO.
Are You Satisfied ?
To have POOR-CHEAP FURNITURE in your house, that
comes apart and cracks and broaks, and sooner or later goes for
Ex-Bark "Martha Davis," We Received the
That has ever been Consigned to any One
lIilM on the Islands
On GROUND at CORNER
1HE GROUND WILL BE SPECIALLY
Government " Band
Comes ALL and See,
Hear and Judge for
SEQUAH attonds tho Armory
Hall hotween tho hours of 2 and
4:30 enoh day, except Sundays.
SEQUAH Lectures each
at 7:30 at tho corner of Fort
and Borotania streets.
rr & : ,.,
CORDS to Match.
ihipment of furniture
We will quoto you, will astonish you, especially
if you attompt to buy thom, and ship thorn here
Will you'tako adva'ntngd of this fact, If you don't, somo of
your friends will and you will bo surprised to soo how nicely
thoy hayo fitted thoir houses, and at what a small figure.
Oorao and Examine our Stock and Figures.
Mattresses, Lounges and
all Upholatorod Furniture, Kopaired at
Cabinot Making in all its branohos, by Competent Workraon.
Matting Laid nnd Intorior Docorating under tho supervision
Mr. GEO. OKDWAY.
ORDWAY 8q PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Stroot.