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THE HAWAIIAN STAR; THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1898.-SIX PAGfiS.
BEING PRAYED TO DEATH
A SEMINARY SENSATION
The Wife of a Teacher the Victim of a
Kahuna Who is a Deacon in a
A curious story, illustrating the hold
which an ancient superstition still has
even upon educated Hawaiian, comes
from the island of Maui.
One of the teachers in the Lahaitialiina
Seminary at Lahaina, is Charles Blake,
A graduate of the Kamehaineha schools
in this city. He is well remembered
here as an excellent young man, and
his duties at the Seminary cover
mechanical drawing and carpentry.
He married a half or quarter-white girl
named Hattie Lewis, and the pair
lived together happily until a recent
time when the shadow of a kahuna, or
native witch doctor, crossed their
In some way Mrs. Wake incurred
the ih will of the kahuna who set about
praying her lo death. Hearing of this
the woman sickened, and it seems
certain that she will die, after the old
Hawaiian fashion, unless something
prompt can be done to save her. Her
husband, overlooking the tact that if
he would give the witch doctor a half
an hour's thrashing, he would probably
agree, as the price of his remaining
hide, to pray the other way, has con
cluded to hire a second kahuna to
counteract the petitions of the first one.
So the spectacle is likely to be pre
sented, in the Christian community of
I.ahaina, of the life of a young girl
hung in the balance, while two pagan
priests have a praying match over her
one for her doom, the other for her
The kahuna who is responsible for
all the trouble is a deacon in Rev. Mr.
The affair has made a great sensation
in the seminary and has been a source
of endless discomfort to the piincipal,
who is trying to induce Mr. Wake to
send his wife to this city, where it is
thought a change of air and scene,
and the arguments of friends may he
of some avail to her.
This incident recalls the old-time
story of the attempt of a kahuna early
in the century to pray John Young lu
death. Young was the right-hand man
of Kamehameha I, and he had cuffed
and kicked a witch doctor who had
tunnelled under his blacksmith shop
and abstracted some of his tools. The
old king, when he heard that oiirtg
was the object of the kahuna s mur
derous prayer, hastened to warn him,
but Voung was equal to the emergency
He promptly set about praying the
heathen priest to death in turn, with
the result that the native took to his
hut and joined his ton fathers as rap
idly as he could.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
ludere Carter Imposes a Heavy Fine
for Liquor Selling.
When Judge Carter commenced the
dispensation of justice this morning he
found a heavy calendar on his desk.
The first four cases were put off to
future dates to suit the convenience of
For being drunk, H. Wind and H
W. Smith deposited $3 each, while
Nishemato, for the same offense, was
allowed to depart, and T. McPherson
forfeited his bail sooner than face the
majesty of the law.
A Yierra, charged with vagrancy
and jCaihikapu, accused of being a
common nuisance, were allowed to g(
Mrs. Kaahanul, whose proper name
was afterwards found to be K.auanui
pleads not guilty to the charge
selling liquor without a license, and
had the assistance of lawyer Kaulukou
in making her defense, but it availed
her nothing as the f.ourt found net
nuiltv and assessed hei $250, with
$1 70 for costs.
Lilia. another Hawaiian maiden, was
next up for assaulting and battering
Mrs. More on the 4th of July. She
plead not guilty, and the Court heard
the testimony of both ladit s and their
witnesses. The decision was that I. ilia
was guilty, but his honor tempered
justice with mercy by imposing a tine
ot $10 only, with $3 70 aiioeu
costs of Court.
Knights of Pythias.
C. 1. McCarthy, deputy supreme
chancellor of the Hawaiian Islands, as
sisled by I'asl Chancellors J. M. Mc
Chesney, J. F. Eckhardt, A. Garten
burg and J. A. Burgel, at ting as deputy
supreme officers, installed the following
newly elected officers of Mystic Lodge,
No. 2, K. of P., last night i W. C.
Wilder Jr., C. C; A. E. Murphy, V. C;
A. W. Keech, P.; A. W. Clark, M. of
W.i A. V. Gear, K. of R and S.; J.
H, Sehanck, M, of F.; 8, l.ouisson, M.
of Ex.; George Bruns, M. at A
Have Raised the Bet
One of the results of the Maui races
has been the doubling of the slakes in
the match race between Mr. Richards'
Duke Spencer and Mr. Cornwall's
Lord Brock. As previously announced
in these columns the race was to take
place in Honolulu on September 2d,
I t $500 a side. The annum' has now
been raised to $1000, and a very pretty
race is promised.
Die Executive and Advisory Coun
cils held their regular meeting this
afternoon, President Dole in the chair.
Present- Ministers King and Damon
and the Attorney-fieneral; Council
men Bolte. Morgan, Brown, l'enney,
Wilder. Young, F,na, Emmeluth and
Minutes of preceding meeting read
The Miscellaneous Committee re
ported in relation to the recent com
munication of Colonel Sopet about the
old saluting battery to the effect that it
had caused the guns to be examined by
an expert; that gun No. 3 was out of
order and its use would be dangerous;
that the other six are in good order,
and that it recommended these be
Itored in some safe place where they
could be brought into use when occasion
required. Report adopted.
Attorney-General Smith made a report
in relation to the difficulty at Kalalau,
reciting the measures taken by tht
Government to arrest the murderer and
lepers, stated that from dispatches
received yesterday but eight lepers re
mained in the valley, two women and
one child being among them, and that
no further news from the expedition
was expected bef re Sunday.
On motion a committee, consisting
of Messrs. Allen, l'enney and Kna, was
appointed to report on the best dispo
sition to be made of certain glass and
hinaware, thrones, etc., in the pusses
ion of the Government.
Messis. Morgan. Wateihou.se and
Bolte were appointed a committee to
report on the future disposition of
irios in the Bishop Museum, books
aned to the library and those in the
Foreign office and judiciary building
Mm st r Dimon read the following
weekly financial statement, coupling
with it an extended review of the
financial affairs of the Government in
the event of annexation and otherwise :
FINANCE STATEMENT FOR WEEK
ING JULY 5, 1893
lint 17, UM
can fund) account Sal-
Interior I 'etmrtmeit
1 1 - -, penalties and cost-.
Revenue -t imps
San Francisco Consul Tees.
overnmei l rea!i?Ati,iH
tlilo water receipts. .
rsoloa water r celpts.
leot Oovernment I'orid-:.
Hawaiian Postal Saving-
ivtl List, Permanent -Set
tlements ami Lesitlsturt
$ 71 00
4 280 60
Iteparlment ut furetgn
Salaries and Incidental . .
Hiii-eau Of Survey
Registry ut" Conveyances.
I.iueau ot Immigration . .
Hureau of Public Works
board of Health
Finance Department :
Salaries, Incidentals, etc..
Attorney General's De-
Hureau of Public Instruc
General Expenses Provis
Road l ax to Speiial lie
School Tav to Special De
Expense, placing loan '93
Postal Savings Bank
National Debt Paid
Payments under Srction S
Currant Account, balance.
oan rutin Account, bal
date. . .
Treasury and P.
rsotes. . .
Less Loan Fund, ualance . .
this amount of$149,146 SS
was paid from General
Revenue in the Treasury
to carry on Public Im
provements under sect, a
to date, and all receipts
from sale of bonds under
loan of 1S93 pay iljto
General' Cash as offset,
until this debt is can
celled $149,146 JS
Less bonds of Act of 1S93
gold to date
Amount flue from Postal
Savings Bank for ad
vances from General
Revenue to cover excess
of withdrawals over re
ceipts Amount due Treasury this
date from Luan Act
68,000 00 $91,148 28
POSTAL SAVINGS BANK MEMO.
One deoositors Postal Sav
ings Hauls this date ... $600,046 40
Notices ibis date of with
drawals maturing ia June
July, August and Sep
tember Call un bai.d Postal Sav
ins Uaiilc this day 17,17
BXl'KNSF.S fKovtslONAI. GOVERNMENT MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Gov
eminent to date
('J EM amount covers all
expenses, including Mil
itary and items not ap
propriated by the last
i. si LAsH tN TKEASU1V
Outstanding Certifictts $268,000 00
Cash in Treasury to re
from ciiculallou and de
posited for -afe keeping
Koad Hoard Lund u
School loard Lund u
Available Cash, as above
$827, IISH 63
Attorney -General Smith read a letter
from Marshal Hitchcock giving the
views of different Sheriffs in regard to
his bill giving enlarged jurisdiction to
District Magistrates, and moved (hi
the same Ue taken from the table and
placed on the regular order. Carried.
'The bill was afterwards ordered type-
The Council are about to take
up the first reading of the At my Hill
as the Star goes to press.
HAWAII IN THE EAST.
What J J Williams Heard and Saw
in the United States of Interest
Here at Home.
J. J. VVil 1 1 ms, wh i laiely r.aine back
from the United States, wheie he visiti I
San Francisco and Chicago, saw the
World's Fair, and, best ol nil, spun a
few days with his mother, who had not
seen him for twenty-four years, has
many interesting things to tell.
"Iid you know that a big Hawaiian
coffec-gi owing company was formed in
Denver on the loth til June? No?
Well, there was, and the head of it is
T. J. Higgins, a wealthy Chicago man,
who visited the Islands last February,
While here he wentnver to Hawaii and
saw tht coffee plantations. I don't know
just what the company is doing, but I
am assured of its financial strength and
of the fact that it will begin operations
just as soon as this group gets a pemia
nent and stable government"
"How did you like the World's
"It was immense, but about the only
paying thing in tr about it was the
Kilauta ( ych ramn. That was doing a
tremendous business, and deserved to.
It is one of the crowd catchers which
hasn't been obliged to reduce its price
of admission. It can ask 50 cents per
capita and get it. The cyclorama
people know how to advertise for one
thing, and all Chicago is interested in
"Did you hear much about Hawaii
when you were away ?"
"I shottld say I did,'' was Mr. Wil
liam!' answer. "You can't rtgister
from Honolulu without being bcsiegtd
with people who want to know all
about the Hawaiian climate, products
and opportunities fur business Must
of the inquiries are shout coffee lands.
" At the Chic go theaters Ali Baba,
the liljck Crook and other cxtravagan
zas were on, and the prevailing interest
in Hawaiian matters was shown in the
fact that the gags and j kes were mostly
about these Islands. Then at Haver
ley's Minstrels Billy Rice danced an
inimitable hula, and a whole orchestra
made up of taro patch fiddles played
"I saw our hula girls at San Fran
cisco. The auth- ritics Stopped their
dance at the Tivoli, and they ate giv
ing a mollified version to immense
crowds at the Wigwam. Between the
pay for this and fur the private exhibi
tions they give the girls are getting
ahead in the world.
"I wish,'' added Mr. Williams, "thai
some more 01 the legitimate ways ot
advertising the islands could be found.
What we ought to have right away is a
bureau of information established at
e World's Fair. It would help our
immigration needs immensely.''
Mr. Williams said that he went to
the little village where his mother lives
ind called i n her unexpectedly. She
was very feeble and the joy of seeing
him caused her to faint away. He
found the brothers, whom he had left
in pinafores, a head taller than himself.
he fannlv reunion was a happy one
nd makes the brightest spot in Mr.
William's recollections of his trip.
Did Not Resign.
Robert Boyd detves that he resigned
his office as Deputy Superintendent of
Public Wurks on account of a reduction
.f salary or otherwise. Owing to the
economical changes recently inaugu
rated by the Government, Mr. Boyd's
ffice has been discontinued as un
necessary, and that is all tht re is to it.
Boyd has not been employed in
the Survey Department
lor a number
Sweets From the Palace.
If there is a disp isition on the Si ak'
part to give anyone tafify to day, it is
due to a present of a box of confec
tionery which was received from the
Palace Candy Store. These sweets
were of assorted flavors, and were as
fresh and toothsome as Huyler's best.
Mrs. Atwood is making the Palace the
favorite place fur buyers ol mined
andy, ices and ice cream.
The Lahaina Church Trouble.
Captain Parker of the police force,
who went to I.ahaina to protect Rev.
Mr. Pali from harm at the hands of his
seditious congregati m, reports that the
church was locked ami that Mr. Pali
was holding services in his own hou.e,
Tliere will be nothing done against the
pastor except to as ins dismissal when
the Maui Evangelical Association
meets t i-m iriow.
The tnnouncemt nt is out of the com
ing marriage of Susan Alice Young,
daughter of H n. Alexandei and Mrs.
Voung, to l'r. Robert Willis Anderson.
The ceremony will lake place at the Cen
tral Union Church on Tuesday evening,
July 11th, at 8 o'clock, after which
Mr. and Mrs. Voung will be "at home"
from 8:30 to 10:30.
An Entertainment on Shore.
The boys on the Boston :ne so well
pleased with the success which attended
the minstrel and other peiioimances on
the evening of the Fourth that they
are alrtady arranging for a new pro
gram which will be presented at the
Opera House before long.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
No arrests were made by the police
Dr. Amir, we w;l' 1
f m m tl'ist weeks.
jt of t n for
I here were twents -one cases on the
'i ! 1 . CoOfl docket tins morning.
Twenty e.ght lepers were sent to
Molokai on the Lehua yesterdiv
M. W. McChtBney & suns have on
sale caustic sod 1 of high test for planta
The Supreme Co rt met in bttHCO
this morning, but . djoumed imme
There are but three cases remaining
to be argued at the present term of the
Minister Damon has recovered from
the grippe sufficiently to attend to neces
sary public business.
The band of the St. Louis college
will give a concert at 4 p. It, this after
noon in the college grounds.
The Cabinet was in session this
morning, all the members being present
except Minister Damon.
The new and commodious blaik
smith shop of the Honolulu Iron Works
is fast approaching completion.
It is not expected that anything
further will be heard from the Kalalau
expedition before Saturday or Sunday.
Hides have again declined .it San
Francisco, and local buyers here are
now paying only 3 1 cents per pound.
Mis Nicoll's him h rooms will heie
after be known as the "Boston," and
will be open on Sundays from 6:30 to
to A. M.
The San Francisco Hulk-tin says
that it is doubtful if the place of the
late R J. Creighton can be supplied
by J. D. Spreckels Bros.
A notice in the office of the Clerk ol
the Supreme Court states that that
office will hereafter be open from
8:30 a H, to 5 p. M.
A new short story by Sir Edwin
Arnold, called "A Hawaiian Sacrifice,"
will app.ar soon in this paper. Its
scene is laid at Waikiki.
Ab . ut sixty Chinese have engaged
passage fur the FtuWCfy Kiuydum on
the tteamship China, due here on Sun
day, but so Car no cabin berths h;.ve
been spoken for.
The installation of the newly elected
offieers of Harmony Lodge, No. 3, 1.
O. O. F., Which was to have taken
place on the 3d, has been postponed
till next Monday evening.
As a result of the conference of
native lawyeis as to whether the Pro
visional Government may legally 1 ol
lert taxes, Joseph Poepoe has come out
with the opinion that it can.
The regular monthly business meet
ing of the V M C. A. meets to-night
at 7:to iii the Association hall. Ti.e
Uoaitl of Directors will meet at the
same place halt' an hour sooner.
Owing to the Scarcity and high price
of opium the olu e ar il customs
offieers are more than ordinarily watch
ful in the expectation that attempts will
soon be made to land large quantities
of the st aft .
Prof. C. J. Lyons of the Weather
Bureau has just issued a vab.able
pamphlet entitled "Weather Report for
Honolulu and the Hawaiian Islands for
1892." It is full of useful information
on that subject.
A notice cp, iars in the "By Author
ity column to the effect ti nt all corpor
ations are requested to make full and
( curate exhibition of tl t ir affairs to
the Interior Department on or before
the 3 1 st day of Jury,
The Hawaiian News Company has
for sale a handy pocket map of the
Islands. In connection with it there
are some recent and reliable statistics
as to population, nationality, etc., which
cannot fail to Interest the tourist.
According to a statement made in
the Council meeting this afternoon by
Minister Damon, there are 1006 per
manent salaried officers in the employ
of the Government, and about
$61,000 is required to pay their monthly
The following are booked on the
steamship Peru, due from the Orient
lor Sian Francisco to-morrow ; i). nice
and wife, Mr. Rodgers, M. Goldberg,
MissC, I.. Wing, Dr. and Mrs. H. (i
McOrew and family, Rev. M. (.' San
ders, Count and Countess Constsntlne
Th. B issfli r, Brother Thomas, Brother
I. Thomas and Brother I rank.
Probate Court Matters
The following probate matuis ly v e
been settled by Judge Cooper in
Kbtate of Luka Petition fur Mlow-
ance of accounts and final discharge!
of administrator. Accounts examined, '
found correct and approved, and older'
of discharge gl inted,
Estate of . S. Walker- Petition for
probate of wi l. After hearing tht
testimony of witnesses the will is ad
mitted to probate and an order made
that letters testamentary be issued in
Jane Walker and H. K. Mi Intyre
without bonds. Inventory of the estate
to be tiled within thirty days.
Estate ol John I). Furry petition
for approval oi accounts and discharge
of administrator. Upon examination
of the accounts and testimony taken,
the same are approved and allowed,
and the administrator discharged ami
his bond canc elled
FLOTSAM AM) JETSAM.
THE STEAMER WAIALEALE FOR
The Barkentine S G. Wi'der to Leave
To-morrow Movement Along
the Water Front
There was a slight low anil some
harmless pistol shooting on the barken
tine Planter last night caused by too
much bug juice on board the second
The barkentine S (i. Wilder is com
plcting her sug.ir cargo at O. K. St I..
wharf to-day. She will probably sail
The steamer Ptru of the Pacific
Mail line is due to-morrow from Hong
Kong and Yokohama, on her way to
The steamer Waialeale went west to
westward ports of Oahu this morning.
The barkentine Planter is loading
sug r at Pacific Mail dock to-day.
The steamship Peru due to morrow.
DIAMOND Hkah, 3 : 30 I'. M
rlojily. Winil fresh. N K.
Bchi Kawailnsi from Koutau,
Schr S.tin I'cilro Irnnt Knoiau.
Sloiip Waianai-, fVuitl Waiatiac.
Schi Kaiulani from Waia.it.
W r on knuay , July 5.
Stmt YVaimanahi, Duiloit, fur Knoiau.
Schr Mahimahi for Watalua.
THUSSDAV, July 6.
Stun Waialeale, Stnyihe, lot Waianae, Wai
alua anil Mukuleia.
Sluir Y G tlall, - son, f
Hawaii, tO-morrow at 10 a. in.
Am bk S G Wilder, Griffiths, for San
CiaCO to morrow at 2 p. in.
From Wailuktl races, per stmr Likelike, July
J E Lofqultti I O Carter, Jr, A C I'eslana,
Dr II Ci McGrew, A J Campbell, J Morris,
W I'arkc, L VY ZtUBwilt, L I Timhois, P M
Lucas. t W DetUler, W II Kitkard, R D
Walbridgf, C Wirlaauann, I Kalai and wife,
Mr Coon, W Aylett, anil 18 members of Ha
waiian Nation I fiend, Chas Wilcox, C Cro
rier and wile, s Loussion, J Gomes, and
For Kauai, pei stint Mikahata, July 5 Dr
Animate, I eo Kluegel, Miss Carter, Miss
Schmelleriia, Mrs L ll Sioltr, C von llamni.
Mr (iorma, I- F Baldwin, Schwalbe, P R
taenberg and l)t Walters.
Foi MnWaweli, pet stmi lwalani, June s;
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES
his Kaiulani; 150 bays rice toi Sinp Chont!
4 Co, acct Waiatt Plantation.
VESSELS IN PORT
USS Boston, Day.
U SS Adams, Nelson, San Fian
MK.RCIIAN I MRS.
Rt sh Routenbeck, Russell, Newcastle,
itr bk Sharpshooter, Watts, Newcastle
Am bktitc V 11 Dlmond, San Francisco.
Am bk S U Wilder, Griffiths, San Francisco.
Am bgt Cieneva, Neilson, Mexico (at Hilo).
Itr sell Norma, Macquarrie, Yokohama.
Am schr W II Talbot, Bluhm, Newcastle,
llaw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, San Fran.
Am bk Ctylon, Calhoun, San Francisco,
llaw bk Leahi, San Fran (at Mahttkons).
Am iclir WeatherWAX, San F'ran (at Kali).
Am bi;i I D Spreckels, San I ran (:u Kali).
tier lik (i N Wilcox. Wallers, Liverpool.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Am bk Colusa, Guatemala tKah) Due
Am schr Glendale, Eureka July 1
Am sch Allen A. San Fran (Kah) July 1
Am sch Ojga, Pugel Sound (Kali). . . July 15
Am schr Transit, San Francisco. ... .July 15
Am schr Aloha, San Francisco July 17
Br bk Ladatock, Liverpool. . , . ..July 25
Am schr A'ice Cooke, Pugel Sound.. July 25
llr bk Elisabeth, Graham, Newcastle. .Aug 13
Br bk rarthennpe, Newcastle August 20
tier bk J C Finger, Breu en Oct 15
( ler bk Paul senberg, Liverpool Nov 15
Am bk Martha Davis, Boston Dec 5
The Hibhop of Piinapolis has gone
Mrs J. H. Blount is suffering from
an abscess on the arm.
C. J. Fishel is one of the latest to
be attacked by la grippe.
Dr R. Beverly Cole of San Francisco
li ts gone over to Molukai oil a visit to
the leper station.
'I he widow of Deputy Sheriff I.. H,
Stolz rt turned to Watmea by ihe
steamer Mis ihala yesterday.
II. Schwalb w s the only pasaengei
(rom Liverpool on the bark George N
Wile x. Hie has already left for Kauai.
Rev. C M. Saunders, chaplain in
the British Indian Arn.y, ho has been
visiting here for a tin nth trst, leaves
n the Peru.
R. s. A'i x. Mm Icuilt sh h,.s the gri pe j
so budly thai In has been confined t
h s Uil since M nrtay lie is s me
hui iiuprov d to d y,
I. 1). Titnuions, COITt spondciit f
the Southern Iriss Ass c i tu.n, to. k '
in tie Maui raCtvS. He leaves mi H e
M.oiposa 1 11 the 27th lot Santos,
Chief C'erk Hassmger of the InUrioi
Department II suffering from a relapse
I of the prevailing malady, caused by too
: early application to work, and is now
confined to his bed,
H. MAY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Street,
poth Telephones ?. I' O Idx-n
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE
Steamhits will leave fot anil arrive from
'sati FrancisTii on the
illOWtng date. Oil ihr
close u( 1893
From HONOLULU 10
I rom San F'mtsco
TO HoNOLI'l V .
Australia . .
I Inna inn 10
Australia . . July II
w amrui 0, 1 an)Jy 21
Mariposa July 27
Oceanic Aug 8
t.Uyof N ork.July 31
Mioftera (Van) Au 1
Gaelic Atiji ft
City Peking. .Aug 15
Australia. . . . nag, 16
Ala mad 1 Aug 24
Warrimoo(Van)A g 31
Austral!. . . Sep) 13
Mariposa . . Sept 21
Oceanic . , ...Sept 25
Mioucr.t (Van) ( ct 2
Australia Oct 1 1
M onawai Oct 19
China Nov 6
Australia Nov H
Alameda . No id
Miownra I Van i Dec 2
Oceanic Dec 4
Australia Dec 6
Alameda ... 1 it r. 14
Warrimoo 1 Van) Jan 1
City Peking. . . Jan 2
Australia Aug. Q
Motiowai -Aue. 22
Australia .... Sept 6
China Sept lo
.iiiini. i' I ,inSp 2 1
Alameda ... Sept 21
Australia Oct 4
Oceanic Oct 17
Mariposa Oct 19
Miowera( an) Ocl 21
Australia Nov i
Monowal .... Nov 16
China Nov 28
Australia Dec 6
Alameda Dec 14
Oceanic Dec 26
Australia Ian 3
h LNH I'
T W A INS
oi ewa miii.
Leave I'earl City
Arrive Ewa Mill.
ro HONOLU1 1 1.
Leave F.w.. Mill . 6:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City 0:55 11: 1-3
Artive Honolulu.. 7:30 11:55
a BatnMayV only.
C Sunday's t'xcvutn).
I -Saturday's ev Bplad.
And we propose to stay there!
We don't keep Fischer
Ranges, Hendry Break
ers, wind mills or things of
that scirt. J on ktlOW. Hut
when sou talk Pictures,
Picture Framing, Artists'
materials, indow cor
nices, Hat racks. Easels
or any thing else in our
line, you will find us on
top spinning along with
If you have a photo
ol a deceased friend or
relative that you would
like to have enlarged, try
one of our $J0 portraits
which we guarantee to
suit or ask no pay .
I OK SALE BY
M. W McChesney & Sons.
Wanted to Purchase
PARTIES having any ui n.e old Ha
waiian stamps st 1 iltr tn the abovt ijrpes
will find .1 prub Lie purchsi-i ,y addressing,
with lull particulars, until July I51I1
II a. RENWICK,
j i General delivery !' O. City,
C. L. BR I TO.
Guitar and Repairing Shop
No. i NttMMI St., helou Hotel.
Haunt; MCimd ttW HtVicM 01 ft goad
enanie, l iii keep on hand .1 tin Un ol
uuitars t all si.t -
Made .! Il.iivan.it) woods.
spe. 1.1I an, -nil, n wil
nielli-, inmle to .inlet.
givm to liisttu
1 1 l 1 1 1 inn
No. i Seaside Residence, adjoining the
premise- of C Afnng at Waikiki. There are
lin e diltincl Cottiges on the premises, all
furnished. Two with Cook houses attached.
The grounds are extensive and well shided.
Stablest Servants' quarters, Balh houses, etc.,
Unobstructed iews of sea or mountains.
Climate, perfect, Hve minutes walk from the
No. 2 A Convenient Cottage on Kmma
treeti two doors Itom Keretania street, re
cently remodelled and repaired throughout.
For further particulars, inquire at ihe office of
BRUCE a- v. .1, CARTWRIttHT,
PERSONS HAV ING i I. AIMS
aeanisi IAMI-.S L F, ate requested
present same at once at Ihe OMice
IRUCE & A.
U LOA1 . SMOOTH CAYENNE.
.mania. .Mexican and lieiniuda I'tne
ppie rsprouis an.i nants. .May he seen
growing on the parent Mock al our Kalihi
Pine Apple Ranch.
Prices reasonable) apply to
I' (I. ( AMARINOS,
.11 in t ab Fruit Market.
From Cultivated Trees, and put through the
proper process ot preparation, vii :
Picked when fully ric, put through the
water test for unsound berries, hand-pulped
and "trier! in the shade in quantities to suit.
Every Seed guaranteed to produce a strong
healthy Tree, wilh proper management.
Apply foi pr'cc and particulars to
53 tf Pohoiki, Puna, Hawai.
rypewrtting, Engrossing, Draughting.
H. M. MIST,
Is prepared 10 undertake anv business in the
above named lines. Office with Mr. E. A.
lones; entrance Merchant Street. 59 tf
Hawaiian Wine Co.,
FRANK BROWN1 Manager,
28 and 30 Merchant Btreet, Honolulu, H. 1.
The Palace Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotel STMBT( Honolulu.
Ice Cream. Sherbets.
Ice Cream Soda.
A Choice Assortment of
French & Plain Mixed Candies
1 or Chocolate with Sandwiches,
served al all hours.
Mks. ATWOOD, Proprietress.
J. E. GOMES.
Manufacturing Jbwklbh, and Im
port!, k OK
HAWAIIAN - SOUVENIRS.
4og Fori Slreel, Honolulu. 43 2tf
STEAM am. GALVANIZED PIPE, EL
litiVVS, T WAYS, GLOBE VALVES,
STEAM COCKS, and all other fitlinrjs
fot pipe on hand.
Honolulu Steam Rice Mill.
I'n-sli milled Rice for sale in quantities to suit.
J. A. HOPPER, Prop.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Club Stables Co.
S. K. GRAHAM. MANAGtK,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Fori STRUT, BbTWKSM HoTJtL
BOTH TELEPHONES No. 477.
C- Connected with Hack Stand
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
BOTH TELEPHONES No 131.
IS IllKAT 1AHIKIV Al TUX
Elite" Ioq Cream Parlors
The Central Market
I 11st ol lune. with
llavins chansed liaml-, will Ke nt en on the
Ck of Beef,
Mutton. Vejl. SSUSSCCS, Imc.
All unlets eaiefully aiul piotnptly ftlleil.
WtsTUKOOK Al OAKKS,
llo tli I eli ptiol es 104. 5