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MAY 1, 1808. "SIX PAGttS.
THE PATRIOTIC LEAGUE.
ASSEMBLING OF ITS CONVEN
Several Noted Kahunas on Hand A Call
on the ex-Queen Proceedings
up to Date.
The Maui delegation to the Arion
Hall pow-wow of the Hawaiian Patri
otic League came in on the Claudinu
It consisted of W. 11. Keanu, Thos.
Clark, T. B. Lyons, and David Kanu
ha of Wailuku, J. Kanealii of Waihee,
1). S. Kapono of Honuaula, J. Kama
kele and J. Kaluna of Makawao. S.
W. Kaai of Hana, R. II. Makckau of
Lahaina, and S. Kahalehulu of Molo
kai; also two wahines, Mrs. Cockett of
Waikapu and Mrs. E. Scholtz of Wai
luku. Among them, are two old eminent
Kahunas, Kapono of Honuaula, Maui,
and Kahalehulu of Waikolu, Molokai.
The former distinguished practitioner
has no less than thirteen Aumakua
gods at his beck and call.
Five of the delegates were members
of the late legislature and they were
always sure for voting on the side of the
Lottery and everything else that was
These men and women are, as a mat
ter of course, ardent supporters of Mrs.
Dominis and of her pretensions to the
throne. Yesterday they had an audi
ence with her ex-Majesty at Washing
ton Place, and the two kahunas gave
her the results of their mrck astrology
all of which raised her spirits and
made the great occasion joyful. Mrs.
Dominis is reported to have expressed
her satisfaction that kahunas of the
eminence reached by Kapono and Ka
halehulu, should deign to appear as
ordinary delegates. She thought it an
auspicious omen of the success of the
convention to which they were accred
ited. At the meeting of the Patriotic
League this morning, the following
business was done:
President J. A. Cummins and Vice
President J. Nawahi presided. Prayer
was offered by the Rev. S. E. Timoteo,
of Waialua. Vice President J. Nawahi
made a few remarks to the audience,
that he wished everything should be
conducted in as peaceable a manner as
possible, and he then called the Dele
gates from the other Islands to stand
up, and bring forward their names.
The following delegates reported
South Hilo: S. F. Piihonua, Henry
West. North Hilo: Hoakimoa, Cen
tral Hilo, M. K. Moahou. He stated
that he did not receive his Com
mission as a Delegate from that District
because he had left before it was ready.
Hamakua, J. H. Halawale; North
Kohala, S. H. Kahukula. Kona, J.
The following reported from Maui:
Wailuku Jno. Richardson, Thomas
Clark, Thos B. Lyons. Honuaula,
D. S. Kapono Opio; Makiwao: J.
.Kamakele, J. Kaluna, J. Au. Lahaina,
This is the delegation from Molo
kai: Halawa, A. P. Paehaolc; Pukoo,
J. K. Kakao; Ualapue, J. K. Kaiku
lani; Kaunakakai, Uwahinui; Wailua
and Pelckunu, S. Kahalehulu, Himeni
The following came from Kauai:
Waimea, J. A. Akina; Hanapepe, D.
W. Kamaliikane; Hanalei, J. Molokai;
Lihue, S. Kaleikini; Kilauea, C7. W.
Mahikoa and Chas. Kahe.
The Oahu delegation is as follows:
Honolulu District 5, D. W. Pua; 2nd
District, Keawe; Waialua, Naukana;
Waianae, Kaiheha; Honolulu 1st Dist
rict; S. F. Keiki; Ewa, J. K. Kaupu;
2nd District, Honolulu, Jno. Pend
ergasl; Waimanalo and Koolau, Kimo.
A. P. Paehaole, moved that a commit
tee of three members be appointed to
investigate the commissions of each
Delegate from each district. Carried.
The President appointed. A. P.
Paehaole of Molokai, J. A. Akina of
Kauai and Henry West of Hawaii.
S. W. Kaai, moved that the Presi
dent should proceed and lay before
this meeting the business for which it
was called for. After a discussions by
other delegates the motion was laid
S. N. Kahukula from Kohala, said
that he was sent by his fellow country
men to put through these measures
only : (I) to restore Liliuokalani, (II)
to create an independent Government,
and (III) never to adopt annexation
These matters were fully discussed by
Richardson, Bipikanc, J. Nawahi and
several others, and it was thought that
it would not be advissable to talk about
them at a public meeting but it should
be left until some other time, to be dis
cussed before the members only of this
President"appointed a committee of
one, A. P. Paehaole to investigate the
petition presented by the different dele
gates throughout the group.
A committee was asked to be ap
pointed to go and wait on Commis
sioner J. H. Blount and find out what
would be the proper time for the Com
mittee to call on him with the resolu
tion of the League. Hon. J, A. Cum
mins was named.
A committee of five members was
also appointed to investigate the
different resolutions which were already
prepared by the different delegates. J
E. Bush of Honolulu, Thos. Clark of
Wailuku, S. H. Kahukula of Kohala
J. A. Akina of Waimea, and D. S
Kapono Opio of Honuaula.
The different delegates were then
introduced to the President and to the
Vice President. Remarks were made
by J. A. Cummins and J. Nawahi on
behalf of the Honolulu League, and A.
P. Paehaole and h. w. r. Kanealii on
behalf of the delegates.
A. P. Paehaole presented a report on
the petitions and said that they all per
tained to restoration, a monarchy and
I. E. Bush then came forward to
make his report on the different reso
lutions, but before he could do so, Jno.
Richardson objected to have anybody
present who is not a member of this
league. He said, that the matter must
be kept private.
Reporters and others were asked to
lake their leave.
After the private business on the
matter of resolutions, the Committee
of cne J. A. Cummins were then sent
to wait on Commissioner J. H. Blount
and find out when it would be advis-
ble for the Committee to present their
The meeting then adjourned, until
The natives assembled at the hour
mentioned 3 o'clock p. M. After list
ening to a few unimportant remarks
from L. W. P. Kanealii, the meeting
adjourned until 1 p. m. to-morrow.
RAID ON SWIPE SHOPS.
Three of Them Closed by Marshal
Two swipe shops, as they are known
n police nomenclature, were raided on
Saturday night, by Captain Schlemmer
and Roundsman Kaapa, and one last
night by the same. I here is a cosmo
politan air in the nationality of the
proprietors of these shops, one being
Cabrielle, a Portuguese on King and
Aala streets, one by 'Iaraoka a Jap
anesc on 1 auahi street, near smith,
and the third by Lui, a Hawaiian on
King street. These shops have been
retailing a villianous compound which,
in absence of a better name, they called
by that innocent and happy beverage
which has often cheered our child
hood's palate, root beer. A large
quantity of this "root beer in barrels
and bottles, was captured, the barreled
goods emptied out to the delectation of
thirsty neighborhood with pails and
pannekins, and the bottled goods re
tained. Swipes are supposed to be a de
coctirn of ammonia, plug tobacco and
rusty nails with the regular blend of
Aqua Pura. Govt. Chemist Lyons is
busy on its analysis and when his ver
diet is rendered, the prosecution will
prucced with the cases which have
been remanded till Wednesday. Mar
shal Hitchcock is making an aggressive
stund against the further continuance of
the vile holes, where illicit liquor is
sold, and has instructed his officers, to
use all the means in their power, to
stop the traffic in adulterated com
JAPANESE TAKE HOLD.
They Succeed the Chinese as Laborers
new departure has been taken
place in the personnel of the laborers at
the Government Forest at Makiki and
the Chinese hitherto employed have
been replaced by Japanese. This was
done by Commissioner of Agritulture
Marsden. 1 he Commissioner is quite
convinced from long experience that the
Japanese are the most skillful horttcul-
turalists in the world and he confident-
expects to benefit by the fact. Inside
of two years he promises that the
fertile slopes and valleys of Makiki will
blossom like the hills and valley of
A benefit masquerade is on the tapis
for this evening at the Beretania St.
Armory. All who attend are promised
the best of music, refreshments, and a
general good time. Berger's String
Orchestra will be on hand, and also the
brass band of the Progresso Lusitano.
As this ball is for the best of objects
charity it should be well patronized.
The grand march commences at 8
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Pay day at the government offices.
First day in May term, Judge Cooper
the yueen 01 May got wtt 11 she
it up early this morning'.
An invoice of American flag buttons
is expected on the next steamer.
Black sand from Punchbowl is being
shipped to Pearl City for finishing walks.
Quite a number of the Patriotic
League delegates are stopping at the
John Ena entertained a large num
ber of friends yesterday at his pineapple
farm among the hills.
Dr. Montsarrat reports the horse
which was shot by Patrolmen Scott last
Priday as certain to recover.
Great interest is being felt about
town in the contents of the newspaper
mail now en-route from the coast.
The Band will not play at Emma
Square this evening having been en
gaged by the Masquerade Festival at
The Woman's Board of Missions will
meet at the Central Union Church to
morrow at 3:30 km. Executive Com
mittee at 2 p.m.
Wm. Wond, deputy sheriff at Ewa
came in this morning by the early train
to report "on duty and draw the
salaries for his police force.
1 hree car-loads ot beet cattle were
brought in by the noon train of the
O. R. & L. Co. 1 he cattle were from
the U. K. ix Li. lo s ranch and were
for local butchers.
On I uesday evening May yth, it is
the intention of Mr. Wray Taylor to
give an organ concert at Kaumakapili
church, when he proposes to place be
fore the public a very interesting pro
At the morning service of the Second
Congregation of bt. Andrew's Lathe
dral, Sunday, Mr. II. S. Manning of
H. 13. M. S. Hyacinth sang the solo in
the anthem "Hear me when I call
Mr. Manning has a most beautiful
tenor voice and his singing was a great
treat. The musical service altogether
was excellent. A large congregation
TrfE ORGAN DEDICATION.
A Notable Musical Event at the Central
The new pipe organ in the Central
Union Church was dedicated Saturday
evening, with a special programme of
vocal and instrumental music No ad
mission fee was charged, and as a con
sequence the church was crowded in
every part. The new instrument makes
a very imposing appearance upon en
tering the chuich, yet it by no means
fills up the space in which it is erect
ed. The front shows a number of
largo pipes, grouped and decorated in
colors, in harmony with the interior of
the building. The case work is of a
light wood and makes a very neat ap
pearance. The organ is a decided or
nament to the church, and the tone is
The following programme was ren
Ccnconc "Hymn to the Eternal."
Mrs. A. F. Judd.
Elliott- -"Hark! harkl the organ loudly peals."
St. Andrews' and Central Union Choirs.
fiach-Go-moil "Ave Maria."
Miw L. F. Dale.
Palmer "O, Lord, how excellent."
Hoyd "From the Crow uplifted high."
Mrs. Paty, Mrs. Judd, Meun lJooth and
Sullivan 'Hearken unto Me, My people.
St. Andrew's Choir.
Mozart "Within this Sacred dwelling."
Mt. 11. laeaer.
Anthem "Ocome, let us sino."
Mendelssohn Sonata, adagio, allegro, fuga.
Buck "Fear not ye, O Israel."
Miss Beck with.
Organ Solo For the display of the slops.
Mr, wray Taylor.
At half-past seven o'clock sharp the
dedication commenced with the sine-
ng of the doxology by the entire audi
ence, Mrs. A. F. Ji.dd presiding at the
organ. Before leaving the organ bench
Mrs. Judd played Concone's
'Hymn to the Eternal." This was
followed by a beautiful setting music
to the words " Hark ! hark 1 the organ
loudly peals," and sang by the St.
Andrews and Central Union choirs
combined, Mr. Wray Taylor manipulut-
ng the organ. As was expected there
was .1 line body ol tone from such a
large number of singers. The singing
of Gounod's "Ave Maria" by Miss
Dale was beautiful, her fine voice ring
ing through the church. The accom
paniment to the numbers was : Piano,
Miss Castle; Organ, Mrs. Judd; Violin,
Mr. Rosen; Violincello, Mr. Wray
Taylor. The next number a quartette
l'rom the Cross uplifted high" by-
Mrs. Paty, Mrs Judd, Messrs Booth
and Wakefield was well rendered, all
the voices blending nicely. Miss Dole
It was evident that something good
was exnected from the St. Andrews
choir with its well trained body of voices.
The choir gave an Anthem by Sir
Arthur Sullivan, "Hearken unto Me,
My people." It was magnificently
sung, the shading being perfect, and
the organ accompaniment by Mr. Tay
lor excellent. Mr. Henry laeger has a
fine bass voice for a young man and he
used it very tastily in "Within the
sacred dwelling" by Mozart; Mrs. Judd
presiding at the organ. Next came the
Kawaiahao choir with Mr. Berger at the
organ. 1 he number was well rendered.
Miss Dale played on the new instru
ment a Mendelssohn Sonata. In her
hands the music was given a very skil
ful interpretation, and the number was
listened to with very close attention by
the audience. Miss Beckwith the
pastor's daughter, sang very effiectively
pear not ye, O Israel with organ
accompaniment by Mrs. Judd. Ihe
last piece has a solo by Mr. Wray
Taylor for the purpose of displaying
the various stops in the organ.
He introduced several well known
airs and by' skilful work, let his hearers
isten to all the beauties of the instru
ment, finally lettn.g out the full capa
city of the oigan in the Star Spangled
Banner, America and Hawaii Ponoi.
It has a fitting conclusion to an excell
ent programme. A collection was taken
up during the evening, for the organ
The new instrument contains the fol
1 Bourdon, 16 feet Word; 2 Open
Diapason, 8 feet Metal; 3 Dulciana, 8
feet Metal; 4 Melodia, 8 feet Wood; 5
Octave, 4 Metal; 6 Fluted d'amour, 4
feet Wood & Metal; 7 Twelfth, 3 feet
Metal; 8 Fifteenth, 2 feet Metal; 9
Mixture, 3 ranks Metal; 10 Trumpet, 8
11 Open Diapason, 8 feet Metal; 12
Sahcional, 8 feet Metal; 13 Stopped
Diapason, 8 feet Wood; 14 b lute Har
monique, 4 leet Metal; 15 violma, 4
feet Metal; 16 Piccolo, 2 feet Metal;
17 Mixture, 2 ranks Metal; 18 Oboe,
8 feet Metal.
19 Open Diapason, 16 feet Wood;
20 Ifourdon, 16 fett Wood.
21 Swell to Great; 22 Great to
Pedal; 23 Swell to Pedal; 24 Tremolo;
25 Bellows signal.
New Waikiki Hotel.
A lease has just been made by Geo.
Lycuigus of the Herbert residence at
Waikiki, and the premises will be used
in the future as a hotel and seaside re
sort a la carte. I here are ten guests
Fans and Island Curios in
at THE' ELITE ICE CREAM.
Till'. Annual Meeting of the Hawaiian
Coffee and Tea Company, will be'held
on THURSDAY, May 41I1, at 10 o'clock
A.m., in the chamber of Commerce Room
All stockholders are expected to be present
to elect officers for the coining year, and to
listen to tire .Manager s Keport.
' WM. W. HALL,
29 3t Secretary II. C. & T. Co.
Complete Roster of the Boston's Officers
Who Were Here January 17th.
Editor Star: In the interests of
historical accuracy I wish you would
print the names of the officers of the
Boston who were here when the Amer
ican flag was raised and who took such
a part in the events of the protectorate.
It will be valuable data by and bye
when the history of those stiiring days
shall come fo be written snd when,
unless the press makes record of the
names now, they may not be easy to
The names arc as follows:
Capt. Gilbert C Wiltse, C imanding.
Lieutenant Com. Wm.T. Swinburne.
Lieutenant Edwin K. Mt
Lieutenant Lucien Youn
Lieutenant Chas. Laird
Lieutenant, Jr. Grade, Wm R. Rush.
Ensign Levi C. Bcrtolette.
Naval Cadets: Henry C. K ienzli,
Waldo Evans, Wm. D. Untherlon, Jas.
F. Carter. Geo. Richards, Joel R. P.
Pringle, John T. Meyers.
Surgeon, Alex. F. Magruder.
Past Asst. Surgeon. Thos, C. Craig.
Paymaster I. Goodwin Hobbs,
Chief Eng. Fred. G. McKean,
Past Asst. Eng. Geo. S. Willits,
Asst. Eng. Robt. E. Carney.
Naval Cadet (eng. div.) Chas. R.
First Lieutenant Marines, Herbert L.
Asst. Gunner, Jos. R. Ward.
Carpenter, Benj. F. Markham.
THE DREDGER'S WORK.
Progres of the Cut Being: made Off the
The dredger is doing good work ten
hours a day and has cut a swath 30
feet deep and 200 feet wide Ewa from
the Waikiki end of the mail dock to
where she is now anchored off Wilder
Street, which she will complete b
Friday next. The Pacific dock wil
then be ready for the Steamer Oceanic
to San Francisco Saturday. The dredg
er will be moved next week to the
Oceanic Dock, where she will dredge
to the required depth, and from thence
continue to Brewer's wharf, where there
is a big let of work to occupy her for
some time. The depression near the
new market is now comnletelv filled
with detritus, .and presents an even
appearance of good solid earth.
There was a mass meeting of native
annexationists at the' Hamakuapoko
church on the 271I1. President Kalua
called the meeting to order and Peter
Noa was chosen secretary. Interest
ng speeches were made by I. L
Dumas of Waihee, Rev. T. L. Gulick,
Helekunihi, L. A. Andrews and W.
Kalua. John Kalania spoke in op
position. Ihe roll of the club now
numbers 700 names.
Rev. T. L. Gulick will co to the
World's F air and Rev. Thomas Frazcr
of California will supply his pulpit.
I he schooner Anna has arrived at
Kahului, from San Francisco delivered
her cargo of general merchandise and
cleared for the coast with 5300 bags of
Ihe Klikitat will leave for San
Francisco next Monday; also the Katy
At the Leper Colony.
The committee of the Board of
Health, consisting of Hon. W. O.
Smith, Dr. Andrews, Dr. Day, J. T.
Waterhouse Jr., and C. B. Reynolds,
accompanied by Minister King, Dr.
Simons of the Mohican, Dr. F. J. B.
Cordeiro of the Adams, Dr. Dellameter
and Miss Carroll of the Queen's hospi
tal are making a thorough inspection
of the leper settlement. There are
now 1084 patients on Molokai.
In Care of a Kahuna.
A native girl climbed a mango tree
back of the Nuuanu street cemetery on
the Ewa side yesterday, and while
shaking it for fruit lost her grip and
fell. She struck on her side and re
ceived internal injuries. Her friends
took her, while insensible, to a kahuna
and at last accounts she was in a bad
Repairing an Organ.
Mr. S. M. Clark the organ builder
who erected the Central Union organ,
commenced work this morning on the
organ in the Fort street Chinese
Church. He will rebuild the instru
ment. ' It has not yet been used since
it was moved from the old Central
The Mohican Aground.
The Mohican started to pull out for
t'ort lownsendthis afternoon, but in
trying to get away from her moorings
her stern got stuck in the mud and her
line was fouled in the propeller. As
the Si'AK goes to press efforts are being
made to get her oil.
The ball game Saturday between the
Crescents and Hawaiis was an exciting
event and resulted'in a score of 9 to 7
in favor of the Crescents. Mr. Berger's
band was present. Next Saturday the
Hawaiis will cross bats with the Kame-
Wants the Cruiser to Stay.
Minister Wodehouse has written his
home government asking that the
cruiser Hyacinth be allowed to remain
on this station until the pending poht
ical troubles shall have been settled
He thinks that British interests here
may need special protection.
The Flag: on Tantalus.
a large American flag measuring
1 ox 12 leet, is reported to have been
! planted on mount I antalus yesterday,
It was there all day but disapcred a
night. No one knows exactly who put
it there, who saw it there, or who took
SATURDAY, APRIL antli,
ADM1SSK VINT :
Adults, 25 cents.; Children, 10 cents.
MRS. ANNA B. TUOKER.
Teacher of Piano.
RESIDENCE: Mr. W. Itom.er's. Kino
Street, opposite the Palace.
Mrs. Tocher is an experienced teacher of
Piano, and the results of her teachinc have
been approved by some of Ihe most cultivated
musicians of London and Boston, Mass.
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Hard Times Mean Close Prices
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SKWINC MACHINKS, lite, call at the
Furniture & Commission House,
Corner Nuuanu and King streets.
Willi all the
Latest ami Most Popular Airs
Vocal and Instrumental, by the leading
and must cclebmcd Artists.
YOUR CHOICE FOR 10 Cts
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at the' Phonograph Music Uooms, Thomas'
ltlock, King stieei. bet ween Nuuanu
and Hclhel streets.
C. STOECKI.K, Manager.,
Mill RAILWAY LAND COS
FROM AN1 .U'TER K T. 1, 1S9J.
r w 1 NM
l M I M V M
Arrive Pearl Ciiy
keave i-earl City. . .6:55"
Arrive Honolulu . . 7:30
Sundayn excepted, t Saturday! only, t Saturdays
OCEAN TIME TABLE.
LOCAL 1INF. S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive: Imw '
Honolulu fm S.in rr.imisi o I tonolulu for San Francisco.
THROIIC.H I.I NB SAN FRANCISCO, HONOLULU,
SAMOA, AUCKLAND AND SVnisfcV.
Atriv : Leave .
Honol'.i!ufmin FrsncUco, ItoiiolulufnrSan Krancitco
rot syitney. From Sydney.
Maripou. May 4.
Monowai, May 4.
Alameda, June t.
Mariposa, June 29.
Monowai, tune I.
Alameda, June 36.
FOR YOKOHAMA AND HONGKONG.
Steamers for above ports will call at Hono
lulu on or about ihe following dates:
Belgic May 11.
China July 9.
Oceanic: August 7.
China September 18.
Oceanic October 10.
China November 27.
Oceanic December 35.
ran. SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers for above ports wilt call at Hono
lulu on their way from Hongkong and Yoko
hama on or about (he following dates:
Oceanic May 7.
Gaelic May 29,
China June ig.
neigic June 27.
Peru rhlv 7.
Oceanic '. . . . .July 17.
Gaelic August 6.
City of Peking August 15.
Oceanic September 25.
China November 6.
Oceanic December 4.
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
By C. J. I.voni.
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3. o 5.43
3.40 3.20 o.ao 9-355.306.35
4 90 4.0 9. y 1010 5.39 6.5
Full Min on the xtli at o h. 53 ni P. M.
Time Whist!.; blow at in. 28111. r.M. of lluno
lulu time, whiih is the same as tzh. urn. os. of (.retn-
Hythe Government Survey. 1'uMi-Iicd oeryMonJa).
a f S-'C 5-
16 30 05 29 97 65
17 30.03 29.98 67
18 30.04 -() g8 72
19' 30 .4 30.00 68
20 30.09 30.04 69
rt 30 13 10.07 69
32 30.11 30.04 71
80 o 01
71 5 sv 3-0
75 8-10 3
80 to 8 I 3
85 IO-8 NE 0-4
75 6-2 UMK 4
73 5 ENr. 5
75 3 NE 3
Saturiiav, April, 2g.
Slmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai.
Slmr Waimanalo, Dtuloit, from Molokai,
Stinr C U llishop, I.e Claire, frjm Kahuku.
. Sunday, April 30.
Simr C'laudine, Oaiics, from Maui.
Stmr Mikaliala, Chancy, from Kauai.
Slmr I-ehna, Wcisbarth, from the I.eper Settle
Slmr KilaueaHou, Fitzgerald, from Hamakua.
Mmr Iw.nani, freeman, iron. Makawcu.
Stmr I-ala, (ialian, from Waianae.
Ur sli (ireta. Garland, 64 days from X Castle.
Mo.NiiAV, May 1.
U S !' S Mohican. Ludlow, for Port TownsM.
Stmr J A Cummin, Neikon, for Koolau.
Stmr Waitpanalo, Oudoit, for Molokai.
Stmr Moknm, Mr( .rigur, for Molokai.
Am bk W II Dimond, Nelson, for San I'ran,
Am sell I.iholiho, lieny, for Kauai,
VESSELS IN PORT.
('Iliis I.i-t lines not ini hide CoAsters.)
NAVAL VKSSKI S.
U S S Adams, Nelton San Krancisco.
U S S l!oton, Day, Hilo.
H M S Hyacinthe, May, Iisnuimalt.
II I J MS Naniwa, Togo, Yokohama.
Am Mis pkt Morning Star, Garland, Kusaie.
Am bkt Planter, Dow, San Francisco
Ur sthr Norma. Macquarric, Yokohama.
Am bk S ( Wilder, Griffiths, San Fran.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, San Fran.
Am bkt Wm U Hume, llrignian, Newcastle,
Am sch Alnha, Dabel, San Fran.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Gr I k G Wilrox, Lierpool July 4 10
Am schr I yi.un D roster, Newc stle Mar 31
ilk Amy Turner, Boston t . . . .May 20
Am bkt Amelia, Port Townsend Apr 12
Br S S Belgir, San Fran. (China) May II
Am bk Alden Besse, San Fran. (Knh).Mru 30
Br sh Greta, Newcastle Apr 10-20
Am schr King Cyrus, Newcastle. ..Apr 25-30
Ilr S S Oceanic, San Fun (Cl.ina). . .May it
Am bgi Bryant, San Francisco April 25
Am bgi J 1) Spreckels, S F (Kali) . .April 29
Am ch Anna, S F (Kab) April 30
U M S N Mariposa, San F-i.mcisco . . . May 4
lir ship Gainsborough, Newcastle June 5
Am bk Annie Johnson, S F (Hilo) May. . . 10
Br bk R I' Ritiict, San Francisco . . . .May 9
Am bk Manila Davis, Boston Dec 5-15
Br bkl.ad stock, I.iveipuol July 25 31
Ferns and Shells.
SETS of I lawaiian Ferns and Land Shells
put up and cl.imified by D. D. Baldwin
in handy site fur TourUls, for sale at
THOS. G. THRUM'S
Stationviy and Book Store,
21 I 106 l'orl Street.
f. is" S s ' 4S
7 ) 57 2-57
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1 I I V I.OI'AI..
CHICKEN" RANCH FOR SALE,
THOSF, deirable premises situate in Ka
luaopalcna, Kalilii, Oahu, belonging tn
liarle- l.ind, containing n New Dwelling
House, Stable anil Catringe Ilmiie and ( hick
mi Coop House, and all the conveniences for
raiding Chickens, viill lie sold at Public Auc
tion, .it the auction room of Jas. F. Morgan,
on MONDAY, May 1st. 1893, at 12 o'clock
n .on. It will lie a tood omwrlunitv for a
111.111 with small capital 10 invest in a good
pa)ing husiness. 1 lie location is one of the
most healthful in the country. For further
particulars, apply lo
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
28 id Next to I'ost Office.
AN active partner in a first class retail bus
iness of ten years standinc. No pre
vious knowledge required. The reason for
seeking a partner is to facilitate trade, which
can be largely increased.
lerms easy to right person, ror further
fiarticulars address K, 1', O. box 35, Hnno
ulu, II. I. 23 tf
Durinii my absence from the Islands, W.
E. IJROWN, has full power of attorney 10
act in all matters concerning the COLUMBIA
UICYCLE AGENCY, and Collect and Re
ceive all sums of Money that arc now or that
snail oe one said Agency.
27 3t liEO. H. PARIS.
DURING my absence from the Is'ands
Mr. J. M. Camara Ir. will act for me.
in all matters, under full power of attorney.
ANTON K G. CUNHA.
Honolulu, April 26, IV93, 26 31
HAVING n.ade arrangements with the
Commissioner of Agriculture to enable
the public to obtain, with the least possible
trouble, the compound for Dbstrovino the
Blight, which is so prevalent now in and
around Honolulu, any person leaving an order
wnn us lor 410s 1 1 Kosin, 2111? 01 1 allow anil
Sulphate of Caustic l'otash, will be furnished
with an order which, if presented at the Gov
ernment Nursery on King street, will enable
the Hearer lo obtain 5 Gallons of Compound,
ready mixed, I pint of which added to 1 '4
gallons of water, will make an effective lllight
lluy a few gallons of Wight Wash, and save
your valuable trees.
E. O. HALL & SON.
16 If Corner Fort and Kine Streets.
The annual meetintr of the stockholders of
the HAWAIIAN CONSTRUCTION CO.,
Limited, will lie held at the Office i f the
Company, on FRIDAY, April iSth, iSrn,
at 3 I'.M.
W. M. GRAHAM,
25 4' Secretary.
The undersigned havinc this day been ap
pointed, (iuardian of Rebecca I'ance Hiimeku,
also known as Rebecca I'anee l'uuku, a spend-
inriii.ny order oitiic UonoraljIeW.A. Whiting,
first luuge oj the first Circuit Court, Island
of Oahu, notice is hereby given, that he will
nol be responsible for any debts contracted by
her, and all persons arc hereby notified not to
give any credit to the said Rebecca I'ancc
Dated Honolulu, April 14, 1S93.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Guardian of Rebecca I'anee I'umekii.
A Good Business Opportunity.
For sale: the MAUI SODA WORKS at
a bargain. A good chance for a live young
n. ror lull particulars, inquire of
E. A. JONES,
25 3t Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
No. I Seaside Residence, adjoining the
premises of C. Afnng at Waikiki. There are
three distinct Cottages on the premises, all
furnished. Two with Cook-houses attached.
The grounds are extensive and well shaded.
Stables, Servants' quarters, Hath -houses, etc.,
Unobstructed views of sea or niounlains.
Climate, perfect. Five minutes walk from the
No. 2 -A Convenient Cottage on Emma
street, two doors from lleretama street, re
cently remodelled and repaired throughout.
For further particulars, inquire at the otliccof
BRUCK A A. .1. OARTWKHMT.
NUTGROYE is standard lm-il and regis
tered, and is without doubt the best stock
horse in the coilnlry.
He is the finest looking, purest gaitcd and
most intelligent horse on the islands. His
colts are all remarkably handsome, combining
sie w ith plenty of subs.ancc. He has trotted
a mile in 2.32 as a four year old, and quarters
in 35 seconds, .utgrove is very gentle, and
can be driven by a child.
Also, nine line mares in foal lo Nulgrove.
For particulais inquire of
16 1111 A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
IN the lump, 14 fine 4 and 5 years old Cali
fornia Mules. These mules are in good
condition to lie put to haul work and can be
J. N. WRIGHT,
lulu, 1'. O. Ikjx 452.
Two Nicely Furnished Rooms on Beretania
street, near Emma. Apply at
27 tf THIS OFFICE;
FOR KENT OR BALE.
A gentle dming MARE, fit for family use,
with PHAETON. HARNESS, etc.. either
single or together.
Marc also broken lo saddle.
Address, " PHAETON,"
59 AMI 01 IIOlfcL SlKKKT.
Lodging by the day, wessl, or month, 23 and
50 cents tier night, $1 and $1.25 per week,
Furnished or unfurnished Cottages,