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Tlita mark iif appi-wolatioti niniini; mi
it dlil fltxii tlie illfo of till Inlnml,
larftt'i' llnwullmi, liwt volem thn tonti
inmit of th iwliv lliiwiiliHim in their
rwpinl fur tliu wImIuiii of tliu olmuu
tlmt vm tiMilo in MiioliiliHit Mr. llltoli-1
ootlk fM Mnnilial, ami t j pillw ttio fnvl t Imt
thtra (ixints no cliami liutwcfii llio
lhiwilian nml tliu llRiilf, but wlmt i'nii
lio lirMKwt over by tlm oxvruiso of
11111UK1I forlriMico nnd troixl w III- Tliu
llamillon of Imlay in as full of alolia
for llio old "mekiins" nml tlip honsof tin
"nnilaias" ns uvt-i lit' wan in tliu happy
p.iBt bt'foru tliu inaiilioiiH teiicliiuin of
(liuson, or political uilrenltirera of lingo
RliltHwIilakpr stripe, buccecili-il in iiniler
iiiuiini; that confliloiico nml estulilislilnK
mspicioii nnil jealousy in place of good
will nml tolerance.
TI10 presentation rpeecli wiw clo
tpiently inaile in Hawaiian liy l'olicu
Captain Hrown, wlio win followed by
Deputy-Slieriir Hnrily ns follows:
DnAlt Slit: We tlie Police of the
Inland of Hawaii, which liranch of the
l'ollcu Department Jon linvo ndmilii
tered ns Slierilf for over five years, re
spectfully beg you to nccept this badge
of ofl'ice, on your first anniversary as
Marshal of these Hawaiian Inlands.
While we regret your absence from
this Island, yet do we feel proud that it
has been the piivllegu of the Island of
Hawaii to furnish the right man for tlie
right place, during tho most critical
time in the history .of thcMi Inlands.
Vt'e hope that you will accept thia
Might token of our esteem, in the same
spirit in which it is given, which is one
of profound respect, and Aloha Nui on
tho part of tho Police of the Island of
Upon the close of Mr. Hardy's ro
marks, n beautiful golden badge was
pinned upon Mr. Hitchcock's coat by
Captain Drown, preliminary 10 the fol
lowing speech by Sheriff Williams.
Mil. MausiiaIj : It is seven years sinco
I flret had the pleasure of your acquaint
ance, and during that time I have had
(several occasions to note your reluctance
nnd positive refusal to accept gifts of
nny kind, mid more especially since X
have known you as a Government
liut in this instance you must cast
your prejudices aside, ns we, tlie police
of this Uland, feel an interest in this
badge of office. It will ever be .1 re
minder to us that "our Sheriff " has
been called upon to administer the
.Police Department during this must
trying time of Hawaiian history.
Mr. Marshal, though wo sincerely re
gret your enforced nbsenco from this
Island, et are we all agreed that it is
your duly to continue in our respon
sible position until good, honest govern
ment is (Irmly established. I congraf
ulate you on tlie completion of the first
year of your Marshalship.
It was some moments beforo the Mar
shal, who was visibly affected, was
able to overcome his surprise sufficient
ly to reply to tho assembled audience,
but his remarks. mado in Hawaiian,
dealt mainly on tlie necessity for nil
true lovers of Hawaii, irrespective of
color to band together as one and work
to bring about good honest government,
that no son of tho old missionaries
would over bo found recreant to the
trust imposed upon him to work for tlie
good nnd the good only of tho Hawa
iian, and calling upon nil time lovers of
Hawaii, to work for tho good of Hawaii.
Upon the close of his remarks, hand
shaking and mutual congratulations
were in order and much admiration
was expressed for tho badge which is a
beautiful and artistic design executed
by Mr, Wichman of Honolulu. In shape
v&js.a heavy shield in gold, adorned by
u rubyiind diamond in tho centre and
surmoun'fed by mi eagle holding the
shield in its, talons, the inscription on
the face, reads "Marshal of tho IIa
waiian Islands';" in tlie reverse are en
graved "To K. (1. Hitchcock Marshal
from the Police of Hawaii March SJtli
Mr. Edward a. Hitchcock who now
occupies tlie responsible positiou of
Marshal of tlie Hawaiian Islands is now
in his ilfty-seventlii year. His father
was the Itev. Harvey Itexford Hitch
cock who witli his wife arrived hero
with the fifth complement of mission
nrica by the balk Aveuek in 1833
Missionary work was then a matter of
exposition of principles to fig-leaf cos
tumes. Mr, Hitchcock's parents imme
diately proceeded to tho district as
signed them on Molokni where the sub
ject of tills sketch was born.
As a boy and young man Mr. Hitch
cock was noted for extreme activity
and industry, It was in tho palmy
days of tho whaling industry, 'when
whale ships were wont to recruit their
stores mid crews at tho dlllerent ship
ping ports of tliu group, notably
Lalminn. It was beforo tho era of
sugar, when this wns 11 country of small
farmeis, who lien supplied California
with their produce, Mr, Hitchcock did
considerable business at that time, sup
plying vessels with stores, and it was 011
one of his trips across tliu channel from
Molnktit to huhaiiia that the boat con
taining himself .mid his contributions
to tliu digestlve apparatus of Jack , in
tlu shape of i-iiiiasli and pumpkins be
came upset in tlie channel mid the hero
of this sketch was left for twenty
MMiaiiMn m aft
Tlte llAvkMklMMl Ms9 MMfflMMV WBWHJ1"
ll wmImvbIv tMliMMtMnt hi milht
in the WMmw ilMHrt, ifftriatlr
ntntwd W. ibnrnmrt trf the
II 4rlittt1 Mm lnri4lM 1-lsMrtA.
trim In Win, willed tcwUj- Is mre if Ih
HMWt fsiMU IIIHl MjdftS MlrfHf 4Htl-
Umm Ih tftt Hfoii
Mr. IlHabomk hu "ilwajm VtMM tuMM
for grNt tntftM4liiiMv of ckwuswder.
II ivm nH) f I h Hnt la tmktM he
tMfflM IIIOTMtKHlt Of IWi, IHItl WHS
H" HtlU.lteii which wn afi.rw-.rd
Stnltlm 011 Ilia l4iiinl of llnnuli, iihI
Miorwlwl in ItrvnkliiK iii llio iiimicroiM
Morl (Jhliiwwi urRiinltilliiMi" ami lniiiK
I11K llioli' I.iJci to tin- gnllown. Ilu
whi nlm thi! principal nctur ill forrt tlnR
J out If 10 ritiglmilerH in tli clelimtwl
Ilmnnkiiit IihiikIiik Ker(iw.
Ills record ns Mnrsli.il is recent mid
well known, nml wo tiust his honltli
will long permit him to tcrvo his
country as a useful citizen and ollleiiil.
iiaav.wi'n i.Aiit.sr clinic.
Siinii-htRijr ltt-r"llfi-lliin of Ciinl. .IlllIlK
.. rnlinir, ,lr' VUft.
Ilu came, tripping into the office, card
in hand. As lie tlddled farcically for
ward, the reiiortor noted that he was
slight and gray, that ho wore eye-glasses
and that, tlushiiig from his expansive
shirt bosom weru two largo diamonds.
It was seen also that his while lawn
cravat was decorated with stilt another
brilliant of hazel-nut size. For nil tho
world ho looked like a stage dancing
master in the whirl of light comedy;
but horribly enough bis card wns that
of n newspaper man. A runt uvh of
journalism was beforo the Stah. His
liainn was dipt. Julius A. Palmer Jr.,
ami his occupation "stair repiesentative
of tlie Boston Transcript nnd manager
of the Palmer bureau of Foreign cor
respondence." Ity nativity he was
English you know.
This photographs the man who has
been attacking tho credit and reputa
tion of the Provisional Government in
tliu Transcript and denying that any
American capital extent Sprockets' lias
been enlisted in Hawaii.
'All, good morning, sir, good morn
ing. I am Captain Palmer. Stress on
tho captain, Pon me word it's wiilim.
I just called, me deah fellow, to say
that I have subscribed to both telephone
services and shall bo happy to receive
information on tlie wire bearing upon
your national troubles, for publication
in tlie Transcript. Yes, slrl Ho kind
enough to make that fact prominent in
your papah, sir. Good day, sir."
Sure enough, tho Captain had put in
two telephones and was ready to be
railed up at nny hour ol -the
light by any one, from tho
President down, who would wish
to communicate important facts to
him, or who, better yet, might bo
moved to impiiro his opinions about
affairs of State. TI10 latter opportunity
was tliu 0110 most freely extended.
'Hnvo you called on President Dole
or the Queen yet?" somebody asked.
'Oh, no, not at all. They will of
course send for me. I always wait for
Tho Captain forwarded a letter of
introduction to tlie President and re
ceived n formal reply stating that Mr.
Dole would "be pleased to seo him."
"They did not wait long," remarked
tlie Captain witli 11 complacent smirk.
"I knew they would begin sending for
The best story that is told about tho
Transcript's comedian caiuo from' tlie
Hawaiian lintel. Palmer was thcro
talking witli Hurd, of thenuee famous
Iioston publishing firm of Houghton,
Hurd & Co., now Houghton, Mlillin &
"I don't think brains pay," said Mr,
Hurd. "Many of the best brains in tho
country have mado a failure of it when
it came to money-making. A little low
cunning goes further every time."-
'I very much doubt that," put in tho
dapper Mr. Palmer. "I have always
been well paid for my writings, sir, well
paid. My brother, I'rof, Palmer of
Yale, rarely makes less than $1000 per
month. Our family, sir, is a standing
refutation of that dogma, a standing
Modest little pansy by the wayside,
THIS St.'OAK JIAKICKT.
J.utet Hulra um! (Jiinltitloiiii urtt Ileiort(il
From the sugar market advices rc
eelved from San Francisco by Castle
& Cooke, tho following is taken:
Centrifugals, $2 00. No change.
Sales, 17,000 bags.
Beet sugar, unproved, somewhat ad'
Stocks, 01 to 03 for common. Pre
ferred, a few pounds lower,
There can be only conjecture on tlie
outcome of work in tho Senate on the
Tarilf Hill. Opinions hold good only
from day to day,
The Ailiolrul rntertitlnetl.
Mrs. S, O. Wilder entertained Admi
ral Walker at dinner last evening nt her
residence on Judd street. Tho guests
present wero President and Mrs, Dole,
Chief Justice 'nnd Mrs. Judd, Captain
Ilarktr of tho Philadelphia, Mr. and
Mia. Ulade, Mrs. H. A. P, Caitcr, Miss
Judd and Hon. W. N, Arnutrnng. All
present except Mr, and Mrs. Olado and
Captain Barker had known Admiral
Walker when io was hero as midship
man in tlie U, S, 8. Portsmouth, forty
John Phillips says that he registered
under tho old constitution and sees no
reason why he should not vote at the
coming election. At any rate hu pro
poses to make the attempt, Mr, Phillips
lias not heard of the lutu revolution und
bliould read up on it,
A CAW! OF nUFlWIIKciJ
illITii JitNiNA ilVililillV
flliciilK ih WLiillBitRi.
. tf(W fa .tHMtl-dlMi II
HM-Ufeiw it -Man "I !
Y4r4i' a ti iMltr, 11
tvM rwtrtvtd tit iMt eiHr dstmiwtHg
two K4lhh4lHl for btlitfcltjr ClHlltitftft n
murtWsii flow the fURtMp wlm wss
sIHthUf In ll'pitir. The nlTntr Inok plre
the dsy lfme wi Palnn Wnlk,
The Hf AM liirtHntMil nnd found Unit
tlm victim's name nw llclitmi. tin In
IjhiK In the Milp's WpHal Mtffri tag
frmn iwvr lmilM. A iIiwm Mdlonr
who wlltiwweil tlm lruhlf nny that the
nMaiilt (Hi Held m UMlfl In the OK
trtH, one of the nlllcers brtwking Ins
sliMtt club over tlie mii' Ixtdj-. IM
den, whn Imd not rarfidvd, filled tltenir
with his erlm nml gnmim.
Officers Sniu Stone nml llaiunwi ate
tlip one Implicnted. Tlwy Bre likely
to Ik" tiled,
AN IIMIII.VMII! III' OAM.H.
Ailmlriil nllitr mitt tlie l eriinii-nl
Admlrnl John P. Walker enllod on
President Dole nt noon to day, Tliu
naval chieftain wns attended by Lieu
tenants Wood and Staunton, and wns
escorted and presented by Mr. Willis,
tho American Minister, The party was
driven through the gales of the Execu
tive building just at nojn. The Piovis
ional (Jov eminent troop's were in lino
and ti 1 no to 11 present nrms, while the
band struck up "The Star-Spangled
Major Potter of President Dole's stair
met tho Minister and the Admiral nt
tlie steps. Tlie call was madu in tlie
Executive's privato reception room.
There were present Mr. Dole, Vice
President Wilder, Chief Justice Judd,
Associates llickertou und Frear,
Ministers Hatch und Damon, Council
men Allen, AVnterhouse and Smith,
Lieutenant-Colonel Fisher and Stall',
After tho introduction there was gen
eral conversation for ten minutes. Tlie
Admiral mentioned Ids visit to this port
As the party left nrnis were again pre
sented mid the national air of America
At 2 this afternoon President Dole
nnd nn official party visited tlie Phila
peipliia by invitation of Admiral
Walker. The national salute was given
in honor of the President.
Ill order to vote you must remitter.
At the first meeting of tho Hilo board
128 persons registered.
There will bo a regimental drill Wed
nesday evening at 7 o'clock.
L. L. LaPierro offers tho entire furni
ture of n six-room collage for sale.
About BOO Chinose and Japs wero
taken from tills port by the China,
The funeral of tho late Sits. Phoebe
A. Kibling occurcd nt U:30 this after
Daniel Lyons' dancing class for gen
tlemen will meet at Arion Hall this
iic irc to register.
Thp hand had n large audience for ils
concert on the Executive building
grounds this morning.
It is expected that quite a crowd will
enjoy tho moonlight ride on the Oaliu
railroad this evening.
Itcaislration will ilose April list.
Attorney-Ceneral Smith headed
party of twenty-three which started for
Molokai last night on tlie Leliuu.
All members of Company A are re
quested to meet at their headquarters at
7 o'clock to-morrow night.
,Tlio Dailey Company opens at the
music hall to-night" in "Monto Cristo"
with Darrell Vinton ns tliu star.
John Prendergust copies tlie names of
natives who register und takes the list
to Hush, who abuses the people in his
A regular monthly meet ing of the
W. C. T. U. is buing held nt the
Central Union church parlors this
Tlie Uartiett left for Luysan Island one
man snort, a sailor Having ueserteu
Sunday. Tlie seaman was posted at the
JVic lloanl of Jicaistration sit in the
old jAyislativc Hall.
Captain Andrews raided a cic a
game on Punchbowl this morning and
gathered in thirty-one natives. Many
A fair share of the proceeds of the
moonlight railway excursion will lie
applied to tho liquidation of the debt on
tliu Sailors' Home.
Militia companies have been ordered
by Lieutenant-Colonel Fisher to appear
for a battalion drill on Union squaro to
Requests for Island meteorological
data recently camo from Sweden, Nor
way, Austria, Germany, England and
the United States.
Tho projectors of the athletic club
started In last night, appointed a com
mittee of three to prepare u constitu
tion, and determined to liavu a Held day
Tlie baseball season will open May 6th.
There will bu eighteen or twenty-one
games, under lb'J-2 rules, with n mutch
between the Huwnlisand Kumeliamehus
for a starter,
It was reported this morning on
apparently good authority that Admiral
Walker had sent-for C. A, Hrown to
confer with him about Pearl Harbor
matters. An elfort was made to find
Mr, Drown und inten lew him but hu
was not available.
4 ik mm vm
Ml Iks Niflfeifcii
)Imm 11, P. IWWvrtu. j. w.
IfefaM. W, tl. Hnrtwr . mmI J. K.
A IlliHten "? Ih Mti AnttMlMtn
Club enunwiwl t the mme vloae m
the firflotWnx tttewtHf . hhI the tiimilM
Itoft h( the Mheee-tMHied oMidHliitee wuc
rMMM by enlil cIhI, only it email sum
her ef Ha mewbrn- hing pienilt.
Tfceet MeHibert iteeMert to nhlie til
uaineii eil rlnli In the Nil II I Unhw
Party, nditjvtlnn the platform ef I lie
Unioi Pnrtjr. A vote of ilmnba wtt
octendail In the otWcoK of tlie now ills
aolveil Him Annexation ( lull. Tlie
Metnetary wiw liH.iriict jl to seonre lire
Ilium miry nnnvea fur tllon-i to tlie
illlTtreHt iMmilnt-ee nml hni mild xll
Ikma forwunlwl o fie Mlnisler of the
Interior. The bolting inpiiioers of the
Annexation I'nrly, who have refusoil to
join the new psily on ilaiil, are prwr
iiiK iMtitloiH to one or two onndidalHS
who Hre pletlgud to the American Union
Party and the principles of annexation
to the United Stntes, Btnl they feel con
fident of siioeeM nt the oomln election
by availing thomsohos of tlie right of
tho cumulative voto. Attempts to re
unite llit two ftctlo'is hito so far
.0 tho oonlrary. The supporter, of the !
1uenc1n union I'.uty liero wuli to
emphatically refute the ncousation
m.idu against them that they are nppov
ing the sugar interests hy supporting
the liiltor clause of the American Union
Party. They fiel that legislation which
would shut olf immigration of Asiatics
lieforo other suitable labor could be sub-
stiluted would bo nil unwarranted In-1
justice to our main Industry, nnd1
that Asiatic Immigration under
strong restrictions would ho nil that
could ho wished for nt present, but that ,
it is t-xti einely necessary for the future 1
welfuro of the middle classes, and for ,
the fiirtherancH of tho annexation j
cause, that total prohibition of Asiatic
immigration must bu tliu eventual re-
suit, mid that tliu sugar industry should
make sonio small sacrifice to bring
about such result ami supply tills
country witli a desirable class of
The Hoard of Registration for tho
Third District of North Wailuku wrro
in session at tliu skating rink on tho
llth inst. nnd nro likewise in utlend-
ancu to-day. Registration is proceeding
rather blowly, perhaps more through ne
glect on the part of many persons than
any other cause.
At tho first meeting of tlie Hoard of
Inspectors at Makuwuo, District Mag
istrate Chas. Copp, one of tho Inspectors
appointed, positively refused to tnko
the oath required by law. A request to
make a now appointment of Inspector 1
has been forewarded to tlie Minister of !
ih'n Interim- I'.vir.,,,,.. . i., ...
i ,i , , , , . i
pressed .at tho Judges action, ho en-
joys great popularity in his district
where huwlll now probably goon cease
to deal out justice unless tho Govern
ment intends to further pursue a course
of oxtrenio leniency towards Royalist
meeting of tho members of tlie
Aloha Aina too' pl.ico at Walhuo
nativo church on Tuesday the 10th
inst(, in order to induce not Ives to ab
stain from registering. Tho meeting.
principally composed of wpmon and
children, wns addriscd by Messrs.
Richurdson, Clark, Keanu nnd otheis.
No resolutions wero ordered for
warded to Minister Willis,
A fire started in the, cookhouse at
tached to tho residenco of Mr J. C.
Dumas at Wailico on the 10th instant,
which, as Mr. Dumas and family nro in
Honolulu, might hive resulted in tho
total destruction of tho house nnd con
tents but for the timely as istance and
prompt action of soma plantation em
ployees, who managed to extinguish the
ilames beforo any serious damage jo-
bulted. Tho llro was undoubtedly
The brigaiitiue Consuelo, A. Jncobsen,
master, arrived at Kahiilui harbor on
Sunday, the 8Mi instant, bringing small
sundries, freight and three horses for
Dr. 11. J. Aiken, the new Government
physician of Muknwao District. Tliu
Consuelo departed again on tho llth
instant with a full cargo of Haiku and
Wuikapu Sugar Company's sugar. Mr.
Harry Growther, lately head overseer iu
Spreckclsvlllu, took passage on her to
The American hark Maid of Orleans
arrived yesterday with a full cargo of
general merchandise to tho II. C. & S.
Co.'s store, and bringing one passenger
in bearch of health, who will return ou
the Kline, vessel.
Another stowaway, discovered on tho
John Haizlcy, was by Collector of Cus
toms Dailey mado acquainted witli the
Hawaiian btatute relating to tliu im
migration of paupers, and will con
sequently only view Hawaiian soil from
tliu deck of tho vessel.
Tho American schooner Lizzie Vance
depurts for the coast this day witli a
cargo of II. C. & S. Co.'s sugar.
Fair weather has been prevailing dur
ing the week.
Hours for lleyistration are from 10
a, in, lo a p. in. tlaily, ejceein Xuiitlay,
In the Second Ward lust night
Charlei L, Carter was chosen ns nomi
nee to the Constitutional Convention by
u vote of S3 to 61 east for M. A. Oon
salves. The Portugueso will run two
independent candidates. There are non
seven nominees up and one will be
At tho meeting of tho American
League last night a resolution was
passed advising every person to reg
istcr, Ex-Governor Wells of Virginia
has been invited to addiess an open
meeting of the League next Friduy
Hawaiian Wine Cq.
I'RANK 11ROWN, Mok.
und !30 Merchant Gt Honolulu, II, I.
m 1 Mii
If. Aftttf. If. atttt.
e. IMM Hf In.
"nntw KMkf, ttW
TV eteMMt W. II. IWI Ml let tW
N He, Mir. Mm eJk Ml
ttRlHMia't la-el hi MM her wMfe (mhv
Wm ihM the qmm wmU he re-
The Ameetrwi ml wm C . R
Jahiiel w mitt, Met red Ihto
tit I.m tm Pert file feeler eHti
I ii wln-r aM thren i maagiri.
The TraitaU wetK tmt 81 seHMr yee
l4v Tlie Itohart lWa4MMtt.
11t Amc-riwa Urit Ahteti Maaae.
-rvv! aine. neiTi 11 vmmw,
llrtter matter, eatem In thb mortif !
with a light i-erfo
CtMHaln VHtt la
IH nt Ian t'raiKitaoo
villi Id IkIk's ,
Yoknleuafi aiul llntitflawur. tar
8S China. .Vw 1H-.I UanrSi. C Kg.
tar ly.... f 1? A I uutH 1
nml Mr. MeDmiald, J II rirlli, nml m
111 tlie Met-mati.
For Msul and Hnwnll, per ftmr Kiunii,
April I ith Volcano: W N 7illfr, ('
lkirrei'. J i: Walker. J M S Walker, W
in mil. ra r II Line, C II llnin-inl,
Mrs I 11 lla-waid. Mi F.vn llaanird,
Miss C Hall, J S MrCMidlMW. J Ander
son. Way hjiir-. .1 A .lenkius, (I 11
Itoss. T Yiisoinolo. A Dunn, M reiver.
JJSilva, K Fl'hillingsworth, A Cock
biirn, W A lislley. M(m Klnlmaka, J
Xubblan, J Trney, Wilder Wight nnd
f. on deck.
li,r JJ'ivIT ,tnVI.C'I',I'l',,l,nc- M,Ir1" 17
Miss Coiuwell, Judge ltohcrtsuii, Mixs,
I'.ngusn, , w van Vnlkeiiliiirg, A W 1
Uoderic, V V Asliforil, A (1 Curtis, Her
Jinepa. F M Hatch, Paul Neumann,
Robert Lowers, Arthur White. 1
For Maul nml Hawaii, per sin . W 0
Hall, April 17-Mrs Mulch, Mrs Dim-
can, J I) Paris. J K Kekauln. Y Amol,
Jlrs isolilnu. JI D.ivlt, T C Will. Mrs J
V llnl.l..a,. Ml. IK.-!,. t,. f1l
W MoWnyne, and 10 on deck.
From Puget Sound per C
April 17 Miss Cameron, M'rs Poweli
and Mifs Little.
Tuusiiav, April 17.
Stmr ICinaii, Clarke, from Hawaii and
.nn sunr t, cy tiojiiies, uuillision.
Monday, April 10.
Am schr Transit, Jorgenson, for San
Tuesday, April 17.
Schr Robert Lowers, for San Fran,
Stmr Mikahala, Chancy, for Kauai
StJir Iwal.mi, Freeman, for Kauai.
Stmr Clnudinu, Cameron, for Maui.
Stmr Kilnuea Hon, Everett, for Ha
waii. Stmr W O Hall, Simerson, for Mnul
1.111'llltTS AMI co.nsi(im:i:s.
Ex A1(IpM nos,!.- 14 i,krs nrrrtl Irons.
120 csks beer, 63.1.18 lbs rolled barlev.
101,410 lbs bone meal, 760 sks bran, 41
cs boots nml shoes, iloi ctls Darley, 03
rs canned goods. SII cs dry goods, 1180
Bks fertilizers, 17 pkgs groceries. 00 hies
hay pi pkgs hardware, 8.'i0 bids lime,
15.pk(.h iirivl8lonn. ln.UOO lbs huI andn.
21,317 llw HURrtr, 210 lulls shooks, 18 hhls
salmon, 10 half bids fcalmon. Value,
i:roitis ami cosi(i.N(its.
Per schr Transit, for San Francisco
10,4:1,1 bass duijar, Drawer & Co, fl-137
baKs sUKiir, T II Davlea & Co; (1,070,578
lbj); iliimestlc value, if.il.720 45.
Per Kinnu lu b.iKH bone, 18.) ba-;s
jiotatoes, TO bags corn, 50 bags sugar,
125 ik;;s sundries.
VII.SSlII.S IN l'llKT.
USS I'liiladelpbla, Barker, Ciilluo.
II 1 .1 il Takaeliiho, Xnniurn, Yokolinina,
II It 31 K Clminpion, Kustueo Ilooke, Victoria,
Am sell C S Holme, I'uget Sound
Am bk AMen Ih-ssu, Patter, H V.
Haw bk It 1' Itltliet MorrIm, H V.
Nor Lk l'etnn, Anderson, Noninntle.
Am M-lir II W ll.utlett, OK'ii, Xoetlo
Am sh leeiilentnl, Slorse, Coinox, II C.
Am wl.r KiiiK Cyrui, ClirUtiausou, K'nc'ktl.
Am itr Murnlnir Star. Garlaml. Houtli.Sens
Am '-i-hr (loideu Shore, Hirklmliii, NewcBi-tle
Am hell I.ynian I) Foster, Dredger, Newcnfatie
Am 1K Hwiht, tKnieriren, .o'ciu-tle,
A ... I,,.U. T .... U V
Am bk W K WItze-man, l'mlerhon, Newcastle
Am lic Albert, uriimns, 1-,
Haw bk Androw VVeleb, Drew, S F.
Am bktn Amelia, AV'unl, I'ugct Huuiul,
Am sclir J Coleman, B P (Knli).
Am bktn C V Crocker, H F (Illlo)
Am M-li Maid of Orleans, H F (Kali)
rouKKiN vi;s-ii:i,s i:.ri:uTi:i,
Oer bk II Hackfeld, Livenl Due
Am t,cbr V S l'lielns, Oray's Hurlior, Due
Oi-r bk .1 C O lade. Liver) ool Due
Am Mi Salvator. Newrai.tlo Due
Am M'br Ulga, H F (Slab), Due
Am ok- riewfctioy, rieweusiiu, April M
Am bktn Slary U'inkleman. S F. Anrll 25
Am ijkiu n i Alien, r. Aiiru -i
Am be ir Ju 111 (1 North. S F Sla 0 Anrll
Am bktn (leo C Perkins, S F (Kali) April at
Am likln KliWUit, I'uircl Souml. Anrll :ai
North Drammer, Newcastle, Slay 1
Am nil Win llowden. Nuwcastle. Slav 1
Her bk SInry Haokfeld. I,iveriol Slay 1
Am latin llonert suuilen, Kewenttln Slay 1
Am m-Ii John I) Tiillant, Nowcantlo Slay I
Am bktn Jane L Stanford. Newcastle Slav 1
llrselir Oimara, Newcastle, June 1(1
Am bk Amy Turner, New ork, July ft
I. O. O. F.
IlAltSIONY 1.0WJK No. 3. 1.O.O.F..SIKKTS
In Harmony IIsll. Va's llloek, Kliit' Street,
every .Monday, at 7:30 i h. Vlsltliu; brothers
are cordlAlly Invited tu attend,
AUlEItT I.UCAK. C. V. IIKUKICK,
Noble Urunil. Secretary,
Club Stables Co.
S. K. GRAHAM, SIanacu.
Livery. Feed and Sale Stables.
Port Street, Between Hotel
Both Thmii-honks No, 477.
CONNECTED WITH HACK STAND
Cor. KItiK and Hethel Sts.
HOT If TIvUil'HONKS NO. ut.
Old Rona Coffee
FOR SAM! AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
Tim AJiaWna 1ah Th-i
Ml Wiwpahfc-ajtotie to
Twro. P. NvtaM,
O. Ilo t.
T Ikeiid of lloglatwtliwa
ilar frmei to t
im lllfrn I" l W, WTftl lltlPl
JJ"'"!" turn to I,
AIT ilm trine to riMe fur DeiaMlae to
the CVmatitHlloMtt 0iiviiti iiujt
riglMer. Do Hot fall to lUan, nml iHlw
It pmt pereonal leteltMaa tn en (11
jnur iiehthW hi nten iiherHil. If
llolliiter A Co. have reMKreaal tMr
HHW and eales mei tn tltti ooneir (
iVrt and Merchant utriwU, aeore or
nrlr imrapied hy Mr. (Wbtir. IMt
ItJertKme K. X utual tleii)m(i 1 8.
A itoineMle remedy of wl.lo rniiK of
usefiilineH 11. S. lloiiMHOpntliioOoiigh
and Croup S run.
Mil: ENTIRU HOUSEHOLD FUR-
nilnre of a Six-roomed Cottage.
For Hirticulai apply to
L. I.. 1A PIERRE.
as 1-2 w
Company ,d, .A1. G. Jf.
'I TTKNTION. EVKHY MKMIlKIl OK
JV aliovo t'onqiaiiy 1 n-quwtcil to iei)rt
at eoiiijwiny ipiHrtfrs, at 7:00 p.m., to
limrruw, eilneMlay, for tlm pur-xxi of tak
ing lmriiu iiaiiauou nriii. ny orur.
Election of Ofliccrs.
At tlio adjourned Annual Meethurof the
KtucklioMiTH ot the Ilanulinii Pork Tucking
Company, Limited, held tliin day, the
following Ollkvrs were re elected for tliu
l:. v. liislou, iTeM'k-til 1111,1 ilnimgi-r.
Win. McCHiitllebS, Vice Prei'lent.
It. I,. Auerlmch, fcecrttary and Treasurer.
K. F. Porter, Auditor.
Thn following iinine'l gentlemen cnnMttuto
tho Iliinnl of Directors: E. C. Winston,
Wm. ill-Candle., J, llurke, I', V. Por
ter, J. Klin, W. II. (iodfrey.
UuunU'll L. AuKltiiACII,
Secretary II. I'. P. Co.
Honolulu, II. 1. April 10th, ls'Jt.
Nolice of Dissolution of
heretofore existing I
iweeii inn unacrsig
uetl. under tlio nniiie of
lii-uee uiui A. J. uuriurigiii, lias ihmmi tu-t-solved
by mutual consent. Tliu business Mill
lie continued by Itruee Caitnriglit, mIiooh
giunes all liabilities of tlie linn.
ft-O-Iw A. J, CAHTWltlUHT.
To Let or For Sale!
THE nVO-STOHY HOU81-: No. IJKii
kill Street, containing twdvo rooms,
kitchen and bath room; alvj Two Collates
in tliu yalil of onu and two rooms and out
Apply at this olllee. 31 l-lln
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday, April 17th,
A Big Dramatic Trent,
Q STOCK h-e
Under tlie Personal Direction of
v, w, jjviiu-i-.
ONE OF ASIEIilCA'S REPRESENTA
TIVE DRAJIATIC OliOANI.ATlONS.
Wife for Wife.
50c, 75c, nnd 11.00
Reserved Seats at L. J. Levey's Store.
That's what you said about our
Line during- the Holidays,
And that was why
15 very piece sold.
CUT GLASS has come to stay with
Us from now on, and will be found
Amonu our Wares.
The new lot just in, showing
Many new shapes and cuttings
And covering nearly all the
Desirable pieces, are sure to please
The prices too will suit you,
As they range from the
Small piece at -f 1. 00 to the large
Heautifully cut berry bowl at -f 25
H. F. WlCIIMAN,
323tf FORT STRI5I5T.
1 tor mt the I Ith
(rf sftti4 fttSM WrtttK elu MRf 9r hfM4.
ym Im tea MM art fwl aaj, an
atari tn aaxl feeet aped haf ae4 uata.
Tn be had at the
(Or. )e and Nhmmiwi ate.)
or ring tin telephones No III.
P. S. We or.ly want the owner jf
wlnnen lo Ret their Feed from u.
FRANK. .1. ICIMJGER,
Cummins llhk, 1'ortM., Honoliilti H.I.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN WATCHES
AND OLOOKS. itUVtf
All the Year Round
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Hoth Telephone!, t0,
J AS. F. MORGAN.
No. 45 Quccti Street,
Auctioneer and Stock Broker.
Special attention Klveu to the
Real Estate Stocks, Bonds
CLAREXCK II. LUTIIKII,
Central Meat Market,
Chickcim, TurkeyH, Uuckn and Pigeons
nt short notice.
Ilnl h Tel. 1IM. Slut. Tel. In",, ItcuMenre.
OVER THE OftllU RAILWAY,
A SPECIAL TRAIN will lcavo
Honolulu at 7:15 p.m. Return
ing, will arrive in Honolulu
iibout 10:1,1 p.m.
Tickets, RouT?idP. 75c.
Tickets will lie on sale at the Denot imiue-
llately lieforo tlio deiirturo of tlie train.
Parties or Clubs de-urinc lo m o a Mioeial
car reserved caiidosoby notifying the Hujier-
inu-nueni M'lore rriuay aT.rp,in. anil ino
purebasing of at least 'M tlekets.
GEO. P, DEMSON,
On Wednesday, April 18,
At 10 o'clock-, a. m., nt tho rigidence
of A. J. CARTWRIOIIT, Esq, corner of
Kan mok 11 and Luiuuilo streets, 1 will
sell nt Public Auction the
And elTects. Particulars in future ad
JAS. F. MORGAN,
LET OR LEASE
FOR A TERM OK YEARS.
THE PREMISES on too Corner of KLNf
and ALAPAI STREETS, lately occupied
liy Ur. U. r. Andrews.
The yard liana froiikuieof 00 feet on Klnu
trcet and lniiOO feet deen. The house eon
inni einv rooim, ivo unim, aixo a inrpi
kitchen, iiaiitry, china cliM-t, tiath room,
etc etc., lldeH all out-hulldliijrs that are
POSSESSION OIVEX IMMEDIATELY
For particulars apply to
315 If. Chns-M. Cooko.
The Central Market.
Always hart an tend choice Ilccf, Mutton, VcjI
and Poultry, We make Sausages s S(cciahv
Give us a trial and be convinced. We have the
bt. Our Corned lleef is the cry best,
Westiikook &' Gares,
Ualh Tctcplioaes lo,.
iJoliA Wioland Brewing Co,
Pale Lager Beer
1 ( AI IfuR.
1 1- R.
OysferiCocktails a Specially
L. 11. Dkr, l'rop'r.
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.
The cariier-lK-jra of the 8ta are iot
Mthuflnil to collect motiejr or aj(M
reoelpta, except m the wiit4ti nmlioi it)
of tho Hwilnaaa Maaager. Prom kari
nfter Ihti dale no leceipt for aubae Ib
Uotu or olherwiae will be bald good m
ItMH hteued direct from the baahieaa
VH-lt limhrnm Manage .
M. S. LEVY.
Household Furniture ,
On THURSDAY, MAY 10, 11,
nt 10 o'clock a. in, nt the Rcsidcnct of
II. E. OLADE, Em., on Judd street,
I will ndl at Puhllc Auction (01.
account of intending departure)
tho Household Furniture,
Elepl Parlor Furniture,
CARVED ITALIAN WALNUT BEDROOM
AND DINING SETS,
FAMILY CARRIAGE HORSE,
Partiea desirous of nurchasim; any of
tho furniture previous to tlie Sale, can
ohtuin prict-B on application to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
PEED and LIVERY STABLES,
WILLIAM GOODNESS, Prop.
iXOTICE TO TOURISTS.
I ill, ill connection ith the
funiUli CarrhiKis, Saddle Ilorsm and Hotel
Fare to UiurUts ho may wish to visit the'
Krandeftt kl;lit anil laiviot crator knoun
in me world- t llVlKH llAl.KAKAluV, or
Rouse of the Sun. It being thirty miles
In circumference, two thouMiud feet dn-p,
ten tliuiwmd feet above the he, anil of
easy aeeuM, for the low prlco of KB imcli.
which ineluile carriage fsra from eIUi,,r
ktmmer, .Maalaea llay or Kaliultll liny uiul
reiurn w eoner ui miiu lanillliKS. uoies lo
Crater and llutvl fare, all of which la nut to
oieeed four days time.
i'. b. Any umiiihu uiui nmy iu to visit
mcturi-Mpie I no alley, the i om-iiuW i f the
Ulaiidt, uill lu funihJuvl Mllhwuldlel.JtK.-s
at the most rexuouablo priom.
Importers of and Wholesale Dealers ill
DRY GOODS, HOOTS; SHOKS,"
CLOTHING, NOTIONS a.jd
08 Qucon Stroot Honoluli,
VH CulifornUbt., Han Francisco, CI.
THI 5 PAPER Wa!rfl
Asm - "I niiil t-'i- Meri huiil's Knh
Ills stJK, Q.
I rnl Cisco, t'l., where eontmct. fur liivir.
tlilrgcuutwuisileforlt, it "