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It is str rule Hi Hawaiian msttrn,
nothwithMattcliiig thr t.n I dial ihi I' i
ptiss generally knows what n fining
here. I jiii away (turn hmnr m hi ' I In
sensational news. I ntt-ilif mi ol tin
!)( clt It it si iiiukIi i 'in ni hot u n h
ttl us via I lie An ti i an M vs. anil i M 1 1
lottnighl Mimclliii g lias i.nn. limn I hi
roast hi h iul- an Mtktty new anil
unsusjici li il light tiion dim home
affairs. Chat the MftMpMffefltl havt1
not lot) their cunning ami that island
scoops that are si oops are yet halile to
nip out jooo and 5000 miles away,
will appeal in the text ol letters wliii.li
some ol the loral writers imparted to
the Press Associations via the steam
ship City of New York.
What is the story? You 1 oiildn I
Well, it's simply this. Should the
United States dei line to aicept these
Islands as a gilt, the Hawaiian (i.ivern
mcnt might not he ahle to Had a sn
ond customer in hnglanil, owing to hei
treaty of non-interference made fill)
years ago with I rani c. What then 3
Why offer them to Russia ' Russia,
you sec, has wanted Pearl llarhur for
a long tune. In fait Dc (licrs said as
much to the Hawaiian embassy se veral
years ago. The Czar has been (lettered
from negotiating for it, however, hy his
desire to yield a point to the polk ) ol
the United States; but it is figured out
by the astute correspondents that
Russia's acceptance of Pearl Harbor,
and these Islands with it, after America
had refused to take them, could not be
regarded by Uncle Sam as an un
friendly act. What he had thrown
away indifferently he could not abuse
anybody for picking up.
Now conies a piece of fine corres
pondent! diplomacy. The Honolulu
newsmongers have intimated that
Kngland would go wild at the idea of
her great enemy ol the north getting
an island station right at the angle be
tween her Canadian, Australian and
Hongkong routes of commerce and
naval operation. The lion would roar
indeed. At once, it is agreed, Eng
land would, under her agreement with
France, step in to "preseive our inde
pendence1' in spite of ourselves. Put
Prance, being Russia's ally, would
rescind the treaty, leaving Mr. (lad-
stone without further excuse for his
action than could be found in the gen
eral policy of the British Empire. It is,
of course, believed that England would
not split hairs, but would demand the
cession of this group to her, whereat
and here is some more fine scheming
America would get alarmed and
jealous, and begin a negotiation to an
nex. In that case, say the correspondents,
Hawaii could stand by and take her
choice. She could go to Russia under
a treaty guaranteeing fair play and
home rule, or under a protectorate
which would let the Czar have Pearl
Harbor; or she could go to England as
a colony; or further she could join the
United States on any terms pleasing to
her. Either way would make her game.
The newsmongers further say that
Russia would jump at the chance to
get in here, with or without a Neu
mann plebisciluni, and that if she
came she would spend unnumbered
roubles in putting the group in a state
of defense. More than this, she would
accommodate Spreckels with all the
inoujiks he could use in his cane fields
Big scheme, isn't it ? What will the
correspondents originate next ?
GREAT CiESAR ! READ THIS I
One More Letter and Posey S. Wilson
Ought to See Snakes.
'The Spokane Review has these
luminous Hawaiian observations, which
it credits to one Posey S. Wilson :
" 'The quarrel there now is appar
ently over the spoils. The Provisional
(lovernment is made up of a lot of
men claiming citizenship here, yet
ambitious to rule there or annex the
kingdom to the United States, and
some Englishmen and Americans who
have always been influential with the
king and queen. The latter know that
with royalty restored they will virtually
govern, and perhaps (,eorge M.cfar
land will marry the late king's niece
and would-be-heir l.ilioukalani arid
be king himself,
"Mncfarland and Cleghorn, the late
king's brother-in-law, and lather of th
young princess, certainly are on tli
popular side. If it were left to the
natives the queen would he restored.
"It is not true that the Queen, Kapio-
lani, is "educated, progressive, religi
ous, etc." She is hall civilized, does
not speak English, wears native dress,
sits on the ground to eat, eats poi with
her fingers, raw lish, drinks ava ava
and otherwise "votes the ticket." Ka
lakaua made her sister "aovemesi ol
the island of Hawaii" on a good sal
ary. I saw her arrival at II do, where
the porter of the boat led her about in
a somewhat worn and not very 1 lean
holoku (Mother Hubbard) and intr.
duced her. While nut an impoiin
ceremony, and while the natives did
not receive her enthusiastically, it was
a pleasauter sight than I saw at the
capital, whe're Koine ol (be now usurp
ing tyrants of the Provisional Govern
ok iff h 1 h"f and 11 1 1
'llki an An. fin sn lh na
, , .1 nli ' I .li ( i n
r Pittnlrnl has shown wisdom
n 11 .un! dei liniriK t
1 In iim-iI to fulthrr the si h
1 rupulou" intimitis V.
i, has no iIisikiis on the
lor a Hntish ailmital lung
I hi- 1 .ninny's (Ian tin re. taku n
po -1 -M. n, only In have his a t di
II m 'I l-i ihi- I lovi'iiiinrnt
"I be Provisional UMMMMfj and
the Amu at 10111-ts dare not trusi the
mallet to 'a die vote and a (ail
"Ai I nndcisland it, the autonomy
ol tin kingdom i guaiantrt il, and we
would be likely to involve ourselves in
1 w .n weie wt 1 1 1 1 11 In 1 aunt sat ion
1 the establishing ol a piotet lorate
thing-, btyond the powers delegated b
the States to the gt 111 1.1I government.
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THE USUAL BULLETIN CANARD
The Truth About I.eialoha s Two-Hun-dred-Dollar
KoiTOI Si ah : An editorial in last
night's BulUtitt, headed "(..iptam
CfOad'l Vniim," contains lUMHWti
which are not true. It says that the
donation for I.eialoha was only on
paper and that the money was paid to
I.eialoha last Thursday.
The facts are these: On January
1 Sth Mr. J. Emmeluth handed me a
letter and $200 with the request to
place same in the Hospital safe- and
give it to Lcialoha when Dr. Wood
should consider him out of danger.
About a week later, the man being out
of danger, I told I.eialoha that I had
the money and letter, and would give
him both any time he wished me to do
so He asked me to keep them for
htm until he should leave the Hospital;
he was discharged on March inh, and
I paid him two hundred dollars in
United States gold coin and handi d
him the letter at the same tune.
The receipt for the money is signed
by Leialoha, witnessed by W. Edmund
son, and is in possession of Mr. Em
meluth. By publishing the above in
to-day's Star y itl will oblige
J. I CKARDT,
Purveyor Queen's H spUal.
The money referred t was c mtrib
Uted) not by the government, but by
priv.ite individuals Ed.
Judge Foster Discharges the Informers
in the Robbery Case.
In the Chinese robbery case hereto
fore taken under advisement, Judge
I'oster this morning decided that the
evidence does not warrant committal
for trial and ordered the defendants
See Ping was found guilty of having
opium in his sleeve and fined $50 and
Matt Sinythe, for assault and battery,
was discharged, also, McPherson, for
being drunk. The latter aot a repri
Rapcna, for having cht fa tickets in
his pocketbook, was fined $4 and costs,
ind the other charge of perverting
justice which hail been entered
igainst him was dismissed.
Justice W. F. Krear and bride ar
rived at the Rahuku ranch yesterday
to spend their honeymoon. Rahuku
wishes them "Aloha nui" and many
years of happiness and prosperity.
Postmaster General Oat arrived at
Rahuku plantation on the 2d from
Honolulu via. the I'ali, and went on to
Waialua on the 3d. On his way there
he stopped and had a look at the big
pump and water supply of the Rahuku
plantation. 1 think he would like to
have it transferred to Honolulu if it was
A big drive ol cattle has been sent
from the Rahuku ranch to the Hono
Rahuku plantation people will put in
more land to sugar cane this season.
Plowing and planting is now going on.
T he Sheriff of this district went down
to Waimea gulch on Saturday evening
last. I was told by a resident of the
gulch that he examined the supposed
per Raleiwahea and found that he-
did not have the leprosy, and t. Id him
th.it he was free to go anywheie he
wished, but nothing h.is bee 1 said as
Ul whether the two b ys and two
women were 1 x inline d r riot. ai la
hea is a v. ly g od an nd 1 svi
been pers maiiy acquai ted with i
for two years. Il i,c is a lc.-i.-t, I n..u
not seen any change n imn in th 1
Mr. Geo. McRibben is h re on
visit to his brotlu r, wh . s manager ut
the Kahuku store. C.
Concert This Afternoon.
'The regular Saturday afternoon con
certs at Kiiiina Square will be resumed
now thai the baseball season is over.
T he following program will be rendered
by the Hawaiian band this afternoon,
1 mimencing at 4:30.
1 Overture"! Pudtsnl (new).. Bousqutt
a. I'iccnlo sulo "The Data Blue Sea"
). I. rami selection "II Hravu" (new)
Walts- "Special iUports" (Mw).Csibulka
I'ulka niainka "Nana" (nswl. .Coirsoia
ialiip " ivaeily" (ne .
Several native birds weie brought in
from Rona yesterday to be stuffed and
sent to Count Popoff at Moscow.
' Mimi'i Matadr. Heply in th
Alameda Kntoniologitl 1 oadi
While the mallei ol cngSKitiK Ihi
services . l the well known ent niolo((it.
Ptol Korbelc ol Alameda, to rxtci
mmair MM bluht 'ts hs nt y
bti'n btoiiuhl before the membets 1 1
ol I he Boa n I . I li ulliile and I 01 1 .1 1
othiislh, 11 Ins hern informally ill'
etissi il. and 1 he gent ial sentiment not
onl ol the members of the B SjSjfsj Inn
of the 1 oniinunm at large is in lavor of
sei tiling Piolessoi Roebele's services st
as early .1 dale as possible, if the ssuie'
1 an be done lor a reasonable sum.
When the Mat t amount requited is
known, the (oveiumenl will be asked
lor sn appiopi latum for the good of the
cause T here seems to be little doubt
that the ( iovernment will aid in the
matter, but to what extent will depend
011 the amount required.
T he following letter has been ad
dressed to Albeit Koebcle by Com
missioner M araden in response to the
one received a short time sim e and
published in the Star :
"Mr, Albtrt KotbtU -Mv Dkar
Sir : Your valuable and interesting
favor of July nth came duly to hand.
I am thoroughly ol your opinion that
to successfully combat the many insect
pi sis on these Islands it will be neces
sary to introduce the natural enemies
ot each particular scale or blight, and
the work can only be dune by a skilled
entomologist. I shall at once bring
the matter before the Bureau of Agri
culture and f orestry. Your reputation
is well known on these Islands, and if
we can make satisfactory arrangements
to secure your services the greatest
Confidence will be reposed in your
skill ami ability to carry on the work to
a successful issue. In order to save
time, I would be obliged if you would
state by return mail the salary you
would require and what amount would
be needed for your traveling ex
prnses, that is railroad and steamer
fares; all other personal expenses to
be included in th- salary, other ex
p .'ses s c . as material and fr ight -t
1 be pod for by us. It is necessary
for us to have defi nte figures, as the
present funds at the disposal of the
B ireau are limited ar.d an spprnpria-
ilon will have to bi asked for, but I d 1
not think there will be mucn d fficu.ty
in arranging this if the e st of the work
can be kept within reasonable limits,
and I trust you will bear this in mind
in Considering what salary you would
require for a three years' engagement.
Would you please give us an outline
of what would be your plan of opera
lions, what countries you would have
to visit, etc. I should be very much
pleased to receive as many of the toads
as you could conveniently send, and
any expense in procuring and shipping
them will be promptly paid.
The Katzenjammer Case.
As was expei ted from his decision in
the Ratzenjammer case three weeks
ago Judge f oster, the committing mag
istrate, ended to-day's proceedings by
committing Mr. Smith for trial. 1 he
latter's counsel, Judge Hartwell, made
no defense, preferring to reserve that
for a jury. The defendant was released
on the princely bail of $100.
Captain Juen Suspended.
Captain Harry Juen and Officer
I oma have been temporarily suspended
by Deputy Marshal Brown, pending
the return ol Marshal Hitchcock. Mr.
Brown declines to make public the
cause of the suspensions at present
Cknirai Union Church. Sundav
School at 9:45 a. m . ; Public Worship at
11 a. m. and at 7: to p. M.
The Rev. Win. Rader of Oakland,
Cal., will preach morning and evening.
The subject of the morning sermon
will be, "T he Pood of Man." At the
evening service a special sermon to
young men will be delivered. All are
cordially invited to these services.
St. Andrkw's Catheurai.. The
services ui St. Andrew's cathedral for
to-morrow will be as follows : Holy
Communion at 6:10 a. If, ; special
music and sermon at the 1 1 o'clock
service. Evensong in Hawaiian at
3:30 P. If. Evensong with sermon at
7 30 P. M.
Tne s 1 skill of the S cond Congre,
tin of St Andrew's Cathedral to
11 iff w wi 1 lii s 10 . w-: 9:45 a. M
iiormng Ijruyvi wu ser . 11 n; Ryrt
.ml S nettle, Ma oder in G; hy uni
319 jnd 314; Nunc Hi itt s. Free
iioitle In E fl.t. 6:3? P. M . eve song
ith si-r mmj M 'g" Acal, Crutch in
I); Nunc DaUitUS, T ru it G; anthem,
"Give Peace m Our Tune, O Lord," by
CelCottj hymns 274 and 537. Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All are
Y. M. C A. Services. Sunday,
it a. M, at Oahu Jail; 1:15 p. m ,
at the Barracks; 3:30 p. if, Bible
study at Y. M. C. A . 6:30 p. v.,
(iospel praise set vice at Y. M. C. A.
Tuesday, 7:30 p. If., prayer meeting
at V. M C. A.
La TIM Ia Saim.s.- Reoiganued
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter I ay
Saints; Mihlani Hall, tear of Opera
House. Mm o will he lielil on
Sunday as follows: 10 a. m., Bibh
class; 1:15 a. If,, and 7:30 p, preach
ing by Kldcr J. I . ( lapp.
In the suit for .separation of Raui
makalole l.aaius vs. Joseph l.aaius,
Judge Cooper has gtanted the plaintiff
1 1 lip litn " un
d on lief In tin until
i III in With li ak inn In 1
NI WS IN A Nt' I SHI- I 1
High tide nrxi Mvl
Another ihia Mend wis arrested
It was 1 1 1 . 1 1 at Ran and North
Ron.i when tin Mikahai 1 . It.
It rained several tmu duiu . 'It
night and morning, ind the da) hit
been 1 laajd)
The l.iliuokal.ini I. dm itional 8 1
ty will celebtate Mi- I 11 II.. minis'
birthday by a Uhim.
In the case of Samm hforril iv
Kmilic dc Heihlay a deiuunet has been
filed by the di lendant.
The Interim Office hi an gtn ul
lure and I 1 IWStry regulation in the B)
Authority 1 oliimn to da .
In the case of R. Reuben 1 I
l.ut.owiko, a motion for a rehearina
will be heanl on Monday.
The dynamos, engine ami othei
machinery for the new etectrii lighl
works ate already on the way.
I he Sharpshooters held their regular
meeting last night I'hey will practice
at the rifle range this afternoon.
A notice to spurt-men in regarel to a
ease of hunting rights on the lands oi
Leilehua tatu h appears elsewhere
T he lepers hack of hwa are said to
be frequently seen in the hills mounted
on wild horsi- and heavily armed.
The Angiu in ( hurch Chronicle.
Rev. Mr. Mackintosh's paper, is out
with its usual line ta'ile of contents.
C. J. Fishel, the Fort street dry
goi ds merchant, is busy taking stock.
His store is for rent and fixtures for
A Chinese was arrested about 1 P. M,
in the act of si lling samshu, anel is
charged with selling liquor without a
John R. Wise will lead the praise
ervice at the You g Men's Christian
Assi ciatii n to-un rrow evening at 6:30
T.ie petition for the probate of the
will of D. Hanley, deceased, comes up
before Judge Whiting on Monday,
The civil case of Hackfeld vs. Rea-
lohi was discontinued in the District
Court yesterday afternoon with costs
taxed at $3 Jo.
A large quantity of Kona pineapples
brought over by the Mikahala were
sold on the wharf this morning, Chine se
being the purchasers.
The l)eput Marshal's office is being
kalson.med and generally cleaned up,
that olticet using Marshal Hitchcock's
room in '.he meantime.
Rev. Ir. Wakefield of San Jose,
California, will preach at the 9:45 a. m.
service of the Second Congregation ol
St. Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow.
The annual meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce takes place next Wednei
day, but may be postponed on account
of the arrival of the Oceanic and Aus
tralia. There will probably be an opportu
nity for people receiving letters by the
Oceanic Tuesday morning to reply to
them by way of the Gaelic, due to ar
rive the same day.
Raila ami Nahuina, whose bail was
declared forfeited in the District Court
yesterday, explained their absence this
morning, and they are allowed to go
and take their bail with them.
The Pacific Hardware Compam
advertise hand sapolio, a perfectly pure
and harmless toilet soap. T hey have
also receivetl a new line of shell hard
ware, stoves, house furnishing goods,
There will be a practice game of
football this afternoon at the old bait
grounds. Captain Gardner, formerly
ol an Auckland club, will show loi al
cricketers how the game is tilayed in
Hy consent judgment was entered
fr plaintiff in the case ot f rank Brown
vs. J. J Carvuho, D. J. L Mattos
and J. M. Vivas in the Distin t Court
yesterday fi r tne sum of $313 03 on a
promt -,oty nole
In toe c.ise of li. Kieunnt Vs. W, A.
Schu idt, and J. N s per t g irniahec,
to reCOVlt t'e su.11 ol il ;o. tin
ttsliiuony ot pauitiff bal beot.-keii
by Judge Foster and tne inaller ad
j urned loi Aloud IV.
The .ppeal pa peri 111 the case ol Ho
T'on V Co. vs. 1 ii Ra H'ai have been
sent up to the Cncuit Curt from
Judge l oster's curt. The latter g,ve
Judgment for the plaintiff f r $77 1 1,
and Die deiend.iul appeals.
'The Emperor oi China's birthday
will occur to morrow, but the usual
celebration of it will be omitted, out
of regard to Sunday. The br thet ot
the sun anil noon is now 21 anil is the
only man in his country who can vote.
RliUDttb. Not! has filed a petition
for separation Irom her husband I aim -Nott,
on the grounds ot habitual
drunkenMM, personal abuse and vlo
lence, anel failure to provide She
asks for the custody of the two 1 bll
dren, suitable llimony, costs and lltOI
Thr hritatitmr hin Looked For
lit in v 1 hr Dthfi tingai bhips
MnyltiTU of Vessels
' the iontiat
.1 is unkadin
. MM ai 11. to the
: i ll i
- in 11 iy finished
Bn wi I s wh ill
1 s (a wiin iie.o ,;
1 liwin Is e
The stcamei Mi aha
lur 1 Mfu of Hull bins. 1
barkentim- S N I rM 1
T he buk LatJetwh ha'
it loading net i itpn si
I he stf anu r Raala f
ports on ( lahu Mondl)
I he briaantine M I
pei led hourly
T wo of the sugn IW)
I e spei t t' 1 Mil
reel to day
be ii v . surf on tin
Hr mi: pa p.
fti -li. Mi &.
PalDAV, Align-' 1.
Stmt Waiawnalo, Dudolt, fnmi Koowu.
Si In Mat) 1- Postei Frofn Mskasrell.
Burn KasJa, Uahan, from Kanaka.
Sehr Sarah .m l KUsa (rum Koulau.
Btmi Mokolii, McOrcgefi froai Molokai,
S VI UBDAV, Aiigii-i 5.
Scat Mihlssahl frotti Koolaui
Sunt I A Cummin-, Nsilson, from Koolau.
Stmt lami's Mskee, Haglaod, from Kapsa.
DBPAR l URES.
I Schf llale'.lkal.l I n
Ant schi Aloha, Dabel, for San FraridseO)
Tussday at 1a o'clock
Am liltine- S N Castle, Hubbard, lor San
Krandsco, Tuesday at 2 p.nTi
Hi -li Part hen ope, ileal, for Artoria, on or
Kton Koala, Gabsa, for Waiaose, Waialtta
ami MaltalaJa, Monday ai 10a.m.
PfOm Molokai, pe-r Mmr Mokolii, Aug s
I- H I lnysclde'n. I K lirown, and 10 on deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, ppt stmt Mikahala,
Aug 4 Col Sam Notris, M I) Garrett and wife,
Mi-- M J Malooe, Mis- Kmma Blake, Edward
ad Maik srdy, Nanpie, Miss A Apo, T
I' HattUand wife, Mrsde Bretteville, J .i!
tillan dad wife. Rev i P Bmeri I". Mallet,
Miss M Doberty, Mist A sh.ns, Mi-se-s F and
D Bliss, Mrs s Nowlein, Mi- I, Makslua,
Miss May Barenaba, Kong Leomt, Mrs Kaoui,
1) Motion and wife, and it on deck.
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES
Kx Mikahala; 1025 hugs MIOSI for Win (j
Irwin dt Co, sect Hutcbiason Plan.) sSbagt
Cofte-e tot v.iri.iLl-; 51 bagl ana lot Various) Jo
Dead cattle 101 Metropolitan Meat wo, in Img
v. Mary E posterj r4obaei sugat foi War
1. liwin a: i ei, sect Makawell Klanj 517 h.ig
siigat fot I- A Si liaelct Co, aeel W.iinu.i
Ex Mokolii) loo sheep hit Mel Me.nl";
17 hogs lei various) 2 ', hale - wool for V H
Hayselden, sect Lanal Ranch) 42 hides and
719 goal skins fur I I Porter.
VESSELS IN PORT
U S S Boaton, Day. (CtuUlng.)
U S S Adams, Nelson, S.in I-1.111
itaacHAM 1 mks.
lit si h Norma. Macquarrie, Yokohana.
Am sehr Woalherwax, San Fran (at Kah).
tier hk (i X Wilcox, Waller-, Liverpool.
Am sehr Aluha, Dabel, San Prancisco,
lir hk Ladi'.ock, William-, Liven I.
Haw bk Ritbel, Morrison, San fran.
Am bktns s N Castle, s.m Fran,
lir hk Parthenope, Heal. Newcastle,
lirhk Elisabeth Grabam 1 Andenoo, Newcastle
Am hk Annie Johnson, S F si Hilo.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Am ich Olga, Pttgel Sunn. I (Kah)
Am srhi Alice Cooke, Paget Sound
Am bgtne v G Irwin San Fran . .
Am bk Alex McNiel, Departure Hay
Am he 1 Consuelo, S I (Kah)
. I IUC
. I Nm
. I hie
Am hk S C Alh n
San Fran . . Aug 5
Am hk Albert, San Francisco Aug 1
Am ftcht Anna, S I- I Kah) Aug I
Am sehr Halcyon, Eureka Aug 1
Am bk Detroit, Departure Hay Aug 1
Aw sehr J G North, S F (Mahukona). Aug 15
An bk Amelia. Paget -ound Aug jo
iier hk 1 1 finger, Bremen Ucl 15
iiet bk fsul laenbsrg, t.ivetpoot o'
Am hk Maltha Daw-. Itostnn, I lee 5
l ied H.
Hayselden ol Lane is in
Brown has returned from
Three inches of rain fell on I. an. 11
Jake Brown, the Surveyor, has
turned from Molokai.
Captain Nicholien, warehouse keepei
.u waimea, dieti last eunday,
Rev. (). P. Rmerson returned on the
Mikahala yesterday from Maui.
Junes 1 li nipsoii, captain of 1 1 it
1 l.i wall li.ise li.,1. team, Is a pi limine lit
neiuber of the new football team.
Mrs. A. Dc Bretteville of N-alchu
ind Ge rge Mi Dongall ot ICailus
Hawaii, are registered at the Ar ing
Deputy Attorney-General Gardnei
K. W ilder is resting at Waialae piepai
Story to the irduOUS work of the next
term ot Court
1' stmastcr-General Oat siaiteel out
bnght and early this morning overland
to leeward ur Ihe purpoye of fookina
over the Nasbys wlio attend to the
country i .ss I ud post.dlieis.
Dr. bi . die announce, in oui idver
tiling 1 ulumni that he has lesiiineil
piai ti e in Honolulu- The doctor is
well known and well leineinbeiei) here',
nut his old fiiein! welcome him .
Elite" Ice Croum Purlers
II hMI.W.M A
TSLA 1 N.-s
o SWA Milt.
Leave Peal I Cltl
. . . .Q:JO a:JO
Affivi I i Mill.
Leave l.w.i Mill
Leave IVatl CilV. .
rrive HoflotulU. .
A Saturday', only.
Notice to Sportsmen!
NOTICE is hereby fciven that I have
this ilay lease. I in Heniy Itavi- anil hi-
"iates the exclusive- riirh t to the tunic
I'm -er-.. - 1 I the la oris f L. 1 ihn.i I ,11. h. in
dueling; Hnlawa and Aiea, on the mauka side
I the (j-ivcrnment Koarl, district u Lwa ai.ii
Waiaaaa, ubu, and that I shall protect them
to the full extent of my ability in the undis-
uilir.l e nji ivtnent of above Shoount; kiylii-.
IMgned JA.. I. DOWSETT,
Honolulu, Aug. lit.! 1893.
The andersfamed cive notice iha; all nersons
found ilisteg.iriliiit; ihe ohove n. pee will be
promptly prosecuted without lav. i oi tliatioc
don. iiK.kv Davis.
K. t. SPALDING,
sam L 0. WILDER.
Honolulu, Aujj. 1, ibi)2. 1 1 1 31
Luncheon at the Portland.
MR FKEIMANN will serve
an elegant Luncheon and Dinfiei St the
" I'otilaiul," tomorrow (Sondsvl: Luncheon
hoiii 12 m. 10 i v. st, Dinner :wto7:to
M, Oystets in any style ami most deli
cious Ice t'.-cam served al all horfrs. 11
R. BRODIE has resumed practice
at J9 Beretanls Street. Office hours
A.M.. I toj and 7 to S P.M,
Both Telephones No. 336,
Krom Cultivated Tne-, and put through the
propei process of preparation, vist
Picked when fully ripe, put through ihe
water test for unsound hetrie-. hand-pulpcfj
and dried in the shade in quantities to suil.
Every Seed guaranteed to produce a strong
healthy Tree, with propel management.
Apply fot price and parlieular- to
53 if Pohoikia I'uttii, Hawaiii
California Feed Co.
T. J. Kim
J. N. Wrioht.
Have just received the Larg
est Stock of HAY and GRAIN
ever imported by any firm in
I onolulu, by any out: vessel.
This stock was personally sc-
Itctcil by our Manager T. J.
Kin tltirincr his recent trip to
the coast, and is rtr.it class in
tee satisfaction in
KING & WRIGHT.
relephofl is J21.
Hawaiian Wine Co.
RANK BROWN, M UfAOM
MERCHANT TAIL! K,
No. 511 Metehaiu Slteei, Hi aoluhj,
l ine -nils fr
in $ ( up. Linen and (
-nil -, 6, Jei up.
un s ou k n ri i
AN 1 1 IS I III I A I I
S I LE
1 1 tNSR KHf
Ki v UKI li.
i I, tun i hn
"lii.iim il in
HT'-i lliil) fit
ai it. il Results
DMt, in tli'- if
visual (Icfci ts,
n at- r
insuring an absolute fit.
Il n ;in v.tlin- t vou,
of iiu you prefer buying your
Glasses ;u haphazard, not
kiiuwini; if the) help or injure
lur -ill vou possess
it. Then give
:ar: while yoti
them proper t
have (hem; sn
the need at)
when you feel
H. F, WICHMAN
Tlie Palace Ice Cream Parlors,
Horai si aas 1 , Howi n ui.t.
Ice Cream. Sherbets.
Ice Cream Soda
A Choice Assortment of
French & Plain Mixed Candies
Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Sandwiches,
served at ail hours.
65 iy Mrs. ATWOOD, Proprietress.
r-ort Street. - opposite Wilder & Co.'s
H J. NOLTE, I'kOPKlElOH.
first class Lunches Served with Tea, Cottce,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale 01 M-'k.
r-rf" Smokei s Requisites a Specialty.
Open from 3 a.m. till 10 p.m.
THOS. G. THRUM'S
I O6 Fort Street.
hami :t vanea stock ot Office.
Commercial and Fashionable Stationery, con--i-tn.g
in pan of Engrossing and Legal papers
ami wrappera, Mat and folded Cap, broad and
narrow Bill, Statement, Journal and Ledger
papers; Linen and other letter and note papers
in fold or tablet form, with or without envelope-;
Island View Letter paper and View
Note I'api-ieiie-: ('orrc-pondenec. Menu. Hall
and Visiting Cards, etc., etc, replenishing the
same Irom time t" time and adding novelties
SI they appear.
Books, in the various aiaet and landing- -Time
Hooks, Log hooka, Agent-' and Notaries'
Records, Receipts, Note and other form books,
Memo, and i'ass Books, the variety ol Mi-. .1
laneous Works, Teachers' and other hihles,
Children'-hunk-. Linen and other Toy Hooks,
etc., etc., invite- attention.
Special Import Orders for
Books, Music, etc.,
made up Monthly.
News fhe News 1
In 1 attention
lot prompt fotwardaacs m all
Dupscriptions entered at any time
not regularly received will he
All Subscriptions Payable
A large stock of Seaside sad othei liUarieson
hand, and new Xuicis received hy every mail.
Arthui' Drawing Materials, and a fall supply
ot WlnSOl & Kewion's uil colors, brushes,
cainas, stretchets, etc., kept on hand or pro
cuted on short notice.
Albums kinds, Work
Boxes and Baskets. Toilet and Manicure sets,
Vases, Card Keceieer-. Leather lioods, I'atlor
games and Toys in variety, I lulls and Doll
Base Balls, Bats, Masks
t ot all aspiring snthesiasts in the ptolassioai
Ruling Department siili fills all orders entreat-
ed to it in the tnaUUSSOtUra of sM;cial work,
rehuidiiig, plain and intricate ruling, map
mouniipg, papei cuttiag ami blocking, etc.
Music hound with care.
ekicuttd n to-, class mailt. I.
In nil the al-ove lines in uhich T. ti. T. has
been lot oval twenty yeai- idetinned in this
City, lieliivtes eOllesxud u e, Jlid g ..Haulers
DSOaipt n d careful attention lu all orders en
trusteel to him.
In making up an oidei, see that il includes!
suhsciipti. ii h i yoursell and loi one or more
relative 01 friends abroad 10 "Tur Kmts.tr
ths oldest DS i published 111 the I'acilic, Rev.
s. I-'.. Bishop, Bolton 1 ihlrslwd nonehly, at
$2 pet annum, devoted to the religious Md
edue-atioiial intetests .4 ihtse i-i.n as also
.1 tecotdetol p.iliiu.tl ai i .uhti 1 111 lent events.
Sample copies mailed to an address. A
limited nunihei ol advcrtisenuMMt in ett,-,! at
I el - .liable fates.
The Hawaiian Annual n. o in
it- Nineteenth year, and acknemleiite,! nm
only 11 the bast authority n all iiifotmation
iiviiaiiiing, to ihe island-thai resident i should
know uiid MjangSfl invaiiabl) isk, l-m the
un!) i.lereme l.iok .1 H.'.m.iu.iii i.ni-iics,
and annual 1, urdel ul curteiii and temitiis
cent events. There an bosses peajjeMy in
this land in which 11 i. unknown, except by
name, ami then- an nnn.e-tous friends abroad
10 win, in this publication would sCrxd antoid
tstisfaMion i"i lbs rand oi reliable Infiiiaaiiliin
it iasparti In 11- one aandred and fifty 01 ssore
pages, with nothing ol lbs "Uotoe H.Kik" gush
aboul it. Price pet cop) tu any address in
IMM Islands, 75 cents; ,,i otailed U any
addtessin the Postal I'm 00 I n J cents each.