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j ' THE HAWAIIAN
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BRUCE WARING & CO
REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
503 Foist Strkkt, nr. Kino.
Situate at Wnlkolo, Ewn, Oahu.
Estale of G-, B, HonnaMa, Deceased
Ilnro Gooil "huiico for Invcs
torn mill CupltHllato.
Having been duly authorized
so to do, the undersigned as
administrator of said estate, will
sell at public auction, at the
mauka entranpe to tho Judici
On Monday, May 4,1896,
At IS o'clock noon,
The following pieces or parcels of Real
1 Land described in R. P. 831 of I..
C. A. 0334b to Knhula 2, area 1 47-100
acres mora or less. ,
2 - Land described In R.,P. Orant 120
to'F. P. Manini, area 12.03 acres more or
S Land described in R. P. 833 of L.
C. A. 1011 to Kekualopa, area S3 100 of
an acre more or less.
4 Land described in R. P. 4240 of I..
C A. 6023 Kabaekaua, area 1.03 acres
more or less.
5. Land described in R. P. 3894 of
L. C. A. 1075b to Konlho, area 71-100 of
an acre more or less,
0 Land described in R. P. 7200 of
L. C. A. 801 to Kaakiakiaho. Area 1.14
acres more or less.
7 Land described In R.I P. &12 of L.
C. A. 880 to Niulil. Area 1.33 acres
more or less.
These lands containing a total area nf
18 acres are proportionately about two
thirds wet and the remainder dry land.
All the wet land Is tinder rice cultiva
tion, and the dry land in suitable fur
pineapple raising. Present annual ren
F"These lands w re leased by tlo
cudent'a widow for ten years from Jan
uary 1, 1800, but the lease holds good
only as to the widow's half of all lands.
the other heirs not having joined In tho
Lands To Be Sold In One Lot
And sale to be subject to confirmation
by the Circuit Court of the First Judicial
Terms cash. Payable in U. S. Gold
Coin. Deeds to lu ut expense of the
For further particular inquire of tho
undersigned at ilia office, ill the Jndi
Administrator Estate of G, II. Honu.i'
kaha, deceased. 950-td
Go to the Woman's Exchange for
noon lunch. Homo made provisions of
all kinds, bread, cuke, ie, doughnuts,
rolls, pol, tnt teu, eto. ill King street,
Luncli from 11:30 to 1:30.
A mammoth clearance
I ix Every Department
NOW IN PROGRESS at
L. B. KERR'S, QUEEN ST
30 yards Print for $1,
Whito Muslin Dresses, in
Cor 81; worth double
12 yards Flannelotto for $1.
Ribbons 25c per piece of 18
Ladies' Sailor Hats for 25c;
Men's Straw Hats for 25c.
Linen Table Napkins at 75c por dozen.
Linen Dumask at 45c per yard.
Cotton Towels from 50c por dozen.
Laco Curtains at $1.25 per pair; usually sold at $2.50,
Flowers uud Feathers at your own prices.
Puro Linen Hemstitched JIandkerchiofs at $1.50 por dozen;
And u Full line of New
at proportionately Low prices.
Don't tall to embraoe this opportunity.
Safe, Deposit HuUtllng,
406 Fokt St. Telephone 184
C10TTAOE AT WAIKIKI, UUTU'KKN
) Ilpsldunca of Hon. h A. Hchaefer find
T. W. llolnon, 0 ntalnlng l'nrlor, Ulnlng
Kooin, 3 fledi-nonis, Kitchen, liath Stables,
etc. Completely furnished. Will rent Mine
ior one year ni ft very low rent,
CtOTrAOE AT WAIKIKI ON CAM
I line, good bathing, large lannl, 5
lied rooms. 2 bath 11 ml 3 dining rooms.
House nartly furnished. Very reason
COTTAGE ON NUUANU AVENUE,
l'arlor, liedroonis, Until. $13.
COTTAOE ON NUUANU AVENUE
containing l'nilor, Ulnlng Hooni,
Kitchen, one large anil two smnll lied
HOUSE ON KINAU STIIEET
nnt altitnrrPnrlnr.IVinlncr Hooin.
Two Bedrooms, Kitchen, Vatli, P. V. 0. 1
Hot and Cold Wnter. Stable, Servant's
quarters, etc. ci.uo.
COTTAGES ON YOUNO STREET.
Five rooms each.
TORE. OR WILL FIX UP SAME
1 for Olllcci Kaahumnnu street.
ES1DENCE AT WAIKIKI. 11EAU.
ti il ulnce. on the beach, for !
dace, on the lie
terms apply. House furnished.
I have beveral very dedr
ublo pieces of property In and
out of town that will pay In
vestors to look at.
C. D. CHASE,
Sai'H Ditrosrr Buildinci,
40(1 Fort Street.
WITH THE FIRST REG'T
The second battalion, Pirst Reg
iment, Major Jones, made a very
creditable showing at drill on Ar
mory Square I'riday evening.
The Regimental parade and re
view by the President will be or
dered for some evening the latter
part of next week.
At a meeting of D company, held
Friday evening, Quartermaster W.
G. Ashley and Rueben Dexter were
placed on" the honorary roll. Treas
urer reported $331 on hand, with
all bills paid.
Company H will bold its monthly
meeting Monday evening.
A captain of A company will be
elected this month.
If Corporal Storey, Company B,
wins iu all the individual shooting
matches he has on hand for the
summer, he will have enough din
ners and soda water to start house
Lieutenant-Colonel John H.
Soper, Adjutant of the General
Staff, has been cranted a three-
months furlough. Major Potter
will fill the vacancy for the time.
Drum Maior King has resigned.
The axe wiped out his pay entirely.
Ninety Par Cent.
Of ull the people need to tako a course of
Hoars tarapsrui ut iuis wmuil w y.o.ri.v
tliat rundown and debilitated condition 1 which
lnu ,lluien Thn mnnev lnvofcted In half
a dozen bottles of Hood's Sarsanarlllft will
come back with largo returns in the health
and vigor or uouy ami sirengiu 01 iwn.
IIoikI'h I'lllx are ear
my to buy. easy to
Cure all liver UK
take, easy to ojierate,
There are bargains and bargains,
but those all wool double width
dress goods, that S. N. Sachs is
offering at 50 cents a yard, is truly
To Iteturn to Shii FraucUco.
Mr. D. H. Sbahan, who has held
the position of superintendent of
the printing department of the Ha
waiian Gazette Company for the
past eighteen months, has been
compelled to resign on account of
ill nealtn ana will leave ior tue
coast on the next Australia. Mr.
Shahan has made many friends here
and these will regret Ins departure
and wish him well. Mr. Shahan is
very well and favorably known in
Sail Praucisco, where he has held
responsible positions with the best
firms. Incidentally, he was in poli
tics there and while never seeking
office, is familiar with all the ins
and outs of the game and served on
The Kroegcr Piano cannot be ex
celled for tone, touch or workman
ship. Indorsed by the leading
musicians of Honolulu. J. W.
Bergstrom, repairing and tuning
office; Thrum's book store. Tel. 347,
Stripes and Chocks, 15 yards
Children's Straw Huts for 25c;
and Fashionable articles
W. W. Dimoiidl von Holt lllock.
Elders & Co.
J. T. Watcrhouse.
Fashion Stables Co.
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
m;v. in a NuriiKLi.
sliiue, tills evening.
The band will give the tnual
concert ut ISninia Square at 4:30.
I'our opium fiends were ni rested.
by Detective Corde.9 I'riday night.
The circus will be in its present
location not more than two nights.
John Kmraelutli offers a fruit
'apnrator and a gas machine for
Four chc fa players were fiued
.25 each in the District Court this
Dr. Underwood has taken a bill
of sale of the yacht Spray from Pat
Persons interested in cricket are
invilpil tn the trrniiticU thin nfler.
I'ifty telephone poles were burned
from a rubbish pile fire back of
Mr, R. R. Anderson will lead the
Y. M. C. A. praise service tomor-
row evening at 0:30 o'clock.
Miss Jessie R. Axtell wilt sing ferred thc. I'f "" f. tllc 1 rtu
the offertory at Central Union Sues,e' nskedHiat the House author
Church tomorrow evening. ,zc,the translation of the cotmui -,
tee s report before it be presented.
The Peerless Preserving Pa'nt
Co. guarantee-their preparation as
the best paint in the market for
C. R. McVeigh is critically ill.
Por two days it has been thought
that he could survive but a few
The election of officers of the
Fashion Stables Co. for the ensu
ing year, is published in another
Dr. C. B. Wood is figuring on
building on his new property on
Prospect Hill. It is a charming
"Jack" Lucas nurses his "vac
cinate" and swears -eiigeance upon
"Jack" McVeigh, perpetrator of
On Monday at noon, Henry
Smith, administrator of the estate
of G. B. Honuakaha, will hold a
sale of property.
Tom Dorrell declares officially
that he will no longer be responsible
for bills contracted by Pickaxe, his
Countess Wachttueister on
"Death and Afterwards" at Har
mony hall, King street, tomorrow
evening. All invited.
Dr. Dille will not return until
Tuesday next. Therefore his lec
ture, appointed for Tuesday, will
not be given until Priday.
The shooting challenge of the D
"sawed-offs" has been accepted by
Capt. White for the B "shorties."
The match will be in July.
A. few of the necessary articles
that are required to make house
keeping a pleasure, not a drudge,
are spoken of by W. W. Dimotid.
T. H. Davies, with family will
return to Hawaii in a year to reside
for a considerable time. A fine
new mansion is to be built at
Waialae, an officer in Capt
Scott's watch easily defeated all the
best Japanese wrestlers at their own
style while the squad was in quar
antine last month.
One of the attractions this morn
iug in front of J. Philp's harness
store was the new three ton meat
wagon of the Metropolitan Meat
Co., made by W. W. Wright.
The Senate committee appointed
to inspect public buildings com
pleted its labors Priday afternoon.
Improvements will be recommend'
ed by the committee to the Legis
A special sale will be inaugurated
at the store ot J. T. Waterhouse,
Queen street, commencing next
Monday; bargains m all Hues will
be offered; iu fact, it will be one of
the largest sales of the yt ir.
Kbcn Iow is in the city.
T. M. Birnie and A. P. Wall
have gone to the volcano,
Dr. Maxwell returned by the
Kiuau from a visit to Hawaii.
Mrs. W. O. Atwater, Mrs. C. H.
Atherton and Miss Benuer left for
California by the Mono rai.
A Famous Brew
The Royal, Pacific and Cosmo
politan saloons have on sale the
celebrated Pobst Milwaukee draught
beer. It is one of the finist in the
world and its excellent qualities
nave gained for it an enviable repu
tation. l'ortuueie MeelliiK.
The Portuguese Union held its
regular meeting Friday evening.
M. A. Gonsalves, chairman. Re
ports ou meeting of Portuguese
witu tue beuate committee were
received. Several speeches. It
was about decided to hUl another
mass meeting in case petition to the
Legislature was pigeon-holed.
While in Stockton. Cal.. some time
ago, Tlios. F, Lungau, of Iis Ilanas.that
Ttate, was taken very oviely with
crumps and diarrhoea. lie ilnnced to
meet Sir. u, M, uarter, wnn was sim
ilarly iillllcted, lie says: "1 told him
of Chauibcrialn'a Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and .we went to the
Holnen Drug Store and piocuied a bot
tle o it. 11 gave ur. uarier prompt ro
lief and I can vouch f( r its having cured
me." For sale by ull Druggists and
Dealers Benson Smith & Co., Agents
for II. l.
For Bread and Pastry
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Has no Equal.
Union Fttd Co., Holt Agtnts,
WuKKtv Star, $4 per year,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A TIE YOTE ON A BILL
MHMIIKIIS ItKKimE TO IMIIKIHTANII
rim: limit act.
Not lleail Yel-Mlnlsler llHtnun Itepllet
to Question lir Itep.
Minister Cooper read by title his
bill In re right of eminent domain
and it was ordered translated and
Rep. Kycroft propounded the fol
lowing questions to Minister King:
"How much money lias been
spent on the new Puna road, and
how much of the road has been
"How much of the road hasbeen
commenced and not completed?"
The same member propounded
the following question to Minlstir
"How much money has been ex
pended from your department for
the keep of prisoners and lunas on
the new Puna road?"
Rep. Kamauoha, chairman of the
select committee to whom was re-
Third reading of Senate Bill No.
25, lite limits.
Rep. Winston moved that the
first section be stricken out.
Rep. Kamauoha said that since
last discussion on this measure he
had changed his mind and he. fav
ored the committee's report striking
out thc section.
Rep. Winston's motion lost.
On the bill being put to the
House, the vote resulted in a tic as
Aye Richards, Rycroft, Bond,
Robertson, Naone, McBryde 6.
No Kamauoha, Haia, Pali, Ha
titina, Wiustou, Kaeo 6.
Ou motion of Minister Smith the
bill was referred to the Public
Minister Damon read his replies
to questions propounded by Rep.
t. The amount of bonded debt
held abroad is, in London one mil
lion, iu the United States within
one hundred thnusaud.
2. The amount of bonded debt
held at home is one million, nine
hundred thousand approximately.
3. If it is thc intention of the
government to confine the loan en
tirely to the home market without
reference to the rate at which
lhoney could be borrowed abroad,
a higher rate, commeusurate with
the expense might be allowed.
4. The home rate would be at
no higher rate than the difference
bctwecu the rate of the foreign loan
plus the expeuse incidental to se
curing the same.
5. Relative to the passing of
two separate loan acts, one for the
issuance of bonds to be sold abroad,
and the other for a higher rate of
interest for sale at home, the two
markets being equal, the result
would prove that investors would
purchase at the home market.
6. It would be unjust to the
home holders of bonds to deprive
them of the opportunity of lending
their money at a lower rate of inter
est if they wished to do so.
7. The effect of placing the loan
abroad would naturally compel in
vestors to secure other investments
here, which would tend a develop
House Bills No. 21, fencing; No.
26, property of divorced women;
No. 27, relating to larceny, and
No. 28, affrays, passed third read
Rep. Robertson, from the Judici
ary Committee, read by title an
act defining burglary and repealing
Chapter 14 of the penal code. Also
an Act providing a punishment for
gross cheat and repealing sections
6, 7 and 8 of chapter 21 of the penal
code, relating to gross cheat. Or'
Minister Smith read by title an
Act relating to public parks, squares
and pleasure grounds: Bill ordered
Up to Date.
Do.i't give yourself away by
accepting any of the inferior brands
ol beer offered you. Be " ou to
yoursell." Insist on getting Seattle
Brewing and Malting Co.'s beer
and you will be looked upon as be
lug intelligent and up-to-date. Sold
at Criterion saloon.
Dr. Alvarez, member of a com
niittee appointed by the Board of
Health to prepare a bill to regulate
the registering of vital statistics,
requests the attendance ol every
physician, regardless of nationality
to a meeting which will be held
this evening at 8 iu the office of
Dr. Myers, Masouic Temple, lie
sides the subject of vital statistics a
bill to regulate the practice of
medicine will be discussed.
Tho Unparalleled Offer.
If you fail to call at Waterhouse's
duriug the Great Special Sale you
loose a golden opportunity for bar
President W. O. Smith, of the
Board of Health, will leave this
afternoon for Molokai, accompanied
by Dr. riiompson. tue medical rep
resentative of the New South Wale3
government, sent here to study
leprosy. The gentlemen will like
ly get back ou Monday.
A VIiIIIuk rrleml.
Mrs. Paris Kilbtirue, a visitor
from Sau Praucisco, has shown an
iuterest iu various charitable hist!
tutlons of the city. A few days
ago she paid a visit to tue Kelorm
atory school. Being pleased with
the work done there, she decided
to make the boys a present. Kacli
one was given a handsome tie and
a handkerchief. The instiuctor
was also presented with a half
A FRIGHTFUL BUTCHERY
I.1TTI.H 1IAIIV SACI1IFIUKI) ON KA
Ilehraileil by Father mill Mother On
Knuul I'ollrn Appear Too
A horrible crime was committed
at Nawiliwill, Kauai, Priday morn
ing. A hali-castc Chinese woman
and her husband, a native, tinder
the influence of a Kahuna, deliber
ately severed the head of a baby,
eighteen months old, from its body.
The woman was ill. She, iu
cor junction with her husband, con
sulted an old Hawaiian Kahuna.
He told them that the woman
would not recover her health until
they had killed somebody. The
couple considered tills awful pro
position several days, during which
the woman grew worse. Under
the strain ol what they were re
quired to do both acted queer, and
people thought them partially in-
Priday morning the man entered
Bishop's store at Lihue and said he
was going to kill somebody. Mr.
tnsuop, believing the fellow crazy
itJi,uK mm, jumpeu oeninu
the counter. The native returned
immediately to his home. There he
and his wife decided to murder
their own child. The woman took
the baby in her arms and the man.
with a drawing-knife such as car
penters use, severed the head from
the body. The head fell upon the
floor, but the woman held the hodv
of the child in her arms. At this
moment the police, who had become
suspicious from thc actions of the
man in Bishop's store entered.
They found both of the criminals
covered with blood, and their vic
tim as described above. Both were
Faylue lii lllviilenili.
Five thousand dollars ad litionat
dividends on Paauhau stock has
been paid into the hands of the
clerk of the judiciary. This makes
.20,000 in all. The court will
have to decide to whom the money
NII1II.K AND .IUIX1K.
Death of a Matlte llawallau Who ae a
J. G. Hoapili, a well known and
respected Hawaiian is dead at his
home on Kuakini street. Deceased
was for thirty-one years a Judge
for the district of North Koua. He
was elected Noble and served in
the Legislature of 1892, prior to
tue overturow. Hoapili was
born in Ke Au Hou, North Kona.
and leaves a widow, two sons, two
daughters and seven grand child
ren. The fuucral will take place
Sunday afternoon, interment being
in Kawalahao cemetery. Deceased
suffered a stroke of paralysis iu
TO TUB ClIATKIt.
A Hcleiitlnt'a Ueport Malc I'artjr on an
Dr. Fricdlander, the scientist who
is ou Hawaii', climbed Mautia Loa
from the Koua side. He reports
three active lakes, or cones, iu Mo
kuaweoweo, two of which are
spouting. Tuesday morning a party
ot tour persons and a native guide
left Hilo for the scene of the erup
tion on Mauua Loa, Silva, the
Hilo photographer, is a member of
the party. They took the old 1881
lava ttail. Some people of Hilo
doubted that the ascent could be
made in that direction, The party
bad not been heard from up to the
time the Klnau sailed.
For 9Iar liar.
Beretania Street School house
was tue scene ot a gay May day
celebration and festival front 10 a.
m. to 12:30 p. m. today. It was
distinctively a children's event,
they being the hosts of the occa
sion. Miss Marouey, principal of
tue scuool, received visitors at the
door. Besides the school of 80
pupils, about fifty ladies and child
ren were present. Mrs. Dole was
Get tho Genuine
Base imitations of the popular
Pink Pills are offered by unscrupu
Ions dealers. Be sure that the
name in full, Dr, Williams Piuk
Pills for Pale People, is ou the
wrapper aud on the glass bottle.
None others are genuine. Hollister
Drug Co., agents,
Concert thli Kvenlnr.
Kamehameha concert tonight
i lie public concert will begin at 7
o'clock. It will be in the open air
The Hawaiian Baud will play. All
should be on hand at the beginning.
Tickets include car fare to and
from the school, The concert
proper will begin at 8 and will last
about two hours. Miss Richards
Will assist. The very interesting
program has been published and
will be remembered.
Wczxlt BTi.it, 14.00 per ysitr.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
dold Medal-Midwinter Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
In all the great Hotels, the leading'
Uluus ami tue nomri, i)r. nice s uresis
llak)g 1'owder holds its supremacy.
40 Years the Standard.
EiVIS L CO, JIEEMTS, HONOLULU, H
MAY COURT TERM CASKS'
'lALI.MIAII Willi WHICH niKSTAIIT
I H TO UK MALIK,
Itlf Mat-No Capital linentel-Uplum-1
The May term of the Circuit
Court will open at 10 a. m. Mon
day. Judge A. Perry will preside.
Thc catetidar contains 20 Hawaiian
jury crimiual, 6 civil, 20 foreign
jury criminal, 11 civil, 19 jury-
waived and divorces. The na
tive cases consist of lottery, liquor,
larceny, etc. The most Important
is the embezzlement case against
Henry "Olds" no relation to the
sage of Kaneohe.
I'ollowiug are the important for
eign jury criminal casss:
Republic of Hawaii vs. I,. V.
Redpath Kmbezzlemeiit: Castle
for prosecution; Thurston & Stan.
ky for defendant.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Hoshitia
and Iwata Opium selling; appeal
from District Court of Honolulu:
Neumann-Robcrtson-Davls for de
Republic of Hawaii vs. Wo Sing
Kmbezzlemeiit; appeal from Dis
trict Court of Honolulu; Davis for
Unnumt,- l llot.ioll ..a A.l . I
i !..:.'. ii-.iiiiJ' . 1 . '
7..ri rL '"r r"B . pp, 'ly
from District Court of Koolaupoko.
Keptibiic 01 Hawaii vs. len Sao
Conspiracy; appeal from District
Court of Honolulu; Creightou for
Republic of Hawaii vs. D. Fcr-
reira Perverting lustice: appeal
from District Court of Honolulu.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Jtilieu D.
Hayne Common nuisance; appeal
from District Court of Honolulu;
Neumann-Humphreys for defend
ant. Republic of Hawaii vs. M. Cara-
valho and 5 others; unlawful as
sembly; Creightou-Correa for
The foreign civil list contains a
number of interesting cases, of
which the following ari the most
Camillo Pereira vs. J. M. Vivas,
et al Damage; Neumann-Hum
phreys for plaintiff; Kinney & Bal
lou for deieudant.s,
Campbell, Marshall & Co. vs.
Beattie & Harvey, et al Assump
sit; 1 nurston & Stanley lor plalu-
tiffs; Neumann-Humphreys for dc-
G. H. Paris vs. C. W. Macfar-
lane Trover; appeal from District
Court of Honolulu; Kinney & Bal
lou for plaintiff; Neumann-
Humphreys for defendant-appel
J. A. Low vs. J. M. Horner.
for plaintiff; Kinney & Ballou for
Wm. Kassie et al. vs. Wai-
hee Sugar Co. Assumpsit;
Neumann-Humphreys for plain
tiffs; Kinney & Ballou for defend
ant. M. S. Carter et al. vs. Manhat
tan Life Insurance Co. Assumpsit;
Kinney & Ballou for plaintiffs;
Neuman-Hutnphreys for defendant.
John Henry vs. James Carty.
for plaintiff; Thurston & Stanley tor
Rudolph Spreckels vs. Puauhau
Plantation Co. Action of debt;
Hartwell for plaintiff; Kinney and
Ballou for defendant.
Among the divorce cases are
Lily Nott vs. James Nott. and
Theresa P. Bowler vs. John F.
Knowing ones invariably call
for Pabst Milwaukee instead of
merely asking for Milwaukee beer.
Any one desirous of ascertaining
what Pabst Milwaukee Draught
Beer is, can do so by calling at the
Royal, Pacific and Cosmopolitan
saloons, where it will be served to
them cold and sparkling and at the
same price as other beers.
An Opening llile Kvenlns for a Urlef
Circus tonight. Tent has been
erected near the depot. Mr. John
Thompson will officiate as door
keeper. The Portuguese band will
play. There will also be other
music. All the local artists will
appear. Williams will be seen in a
number ot roles. He will do the
clown act tonight. Jones still has
a sore hand, but will appear in the
ring, i lie program win last two
hours. Burns will take the usual
Making a beautiful home is not
merely a question of display and
lavish expenditure. A tasteful re
suit at limited cost can be produced
by skill, study aud caretul thought.
Chenille portierres, Chenille table
cloths and rugs of tasty designs,
give a certain tone to a home that
cannot be had otherwise. B, P.
Kb.lers & Co. mention these articles
in their advertisement today.
The heaviest rain in years fell at
Hilo during Tuesday aud Wednes
day. Letters received per the
Kinau report the city as flooded
One letter dated April 30th says
"The worst rainy weather I ever
saw. Most all the stores are Hood
ed, and the streets are like rivers,
it is sun raining." inis severe
rain storm came after a spell of good
weather, and was undoubtedly
part of the same that visited Oahu
the first of the week.
Made Her Feel Well
The physician was surprised to
hud the Head 01 the household at
the door with a 3hotgun
"Why, what's the matter?
stammered the doctor.
"That there Seattle beer you give
my wife, she says is makin' her
feel like a new woman, and I want
you to understand that no new
woman business goes iu this house.
Fust thing I know she'll be out
For sale at Criterion saloon.
Iter. nr. Illlle.
The lecture "A Pilgrimage to
American Shrlnes.' which Rev. Dr.
Dille was to have given next Tues
day in the uew Methodist church
has been postponed to Friday even
ing May 8th. Dr. Dille joined the
scientific expedition which has vis
ited the crater of Mokuaweoweo
ALL ALONIr THE DOCKS
KINAU I IIU.Ml TDK HAM All WKATH
To Kahulul for ringer To Depart In llel
Utt Frum Kanel Note of Ilia
The Steamer Kaala left for Ka
hukti this morning for sugar.
The bark Melrose will leave for
Victoria on Monday in ballast.
The bark Martha Davis received
her first sugar from the James Ma
kee this morning.
The steamer Mikahala arrived
this morning from Kauai and will
leave again 011 Monday.
The bark Portuna has gone out
iu the stream and the bark Martha
Davis has come alongside thc Ki
The barkentine Amelia will go
to Kahutui to discharge the re
mainder of her lumber, loading
sugar at that port for San Fran
cisco. Mate Toby, of the steamer 11a
waii, who was injured by fulling
across a poi barrel, was attended In
Dr. Wood after the arrival of the
Kinati yesterday. He was removrd
to the hospital.
The steamer Kiuau had a rough
experience this trip and consequent
. ... " '
uatl toretum wiliout a lull load
of sugar. Another boat was dam
aged at the new lauding at Papal
kou, being washed ou the rocks.
Nothing was lo-,t, but the boat was
badly stove iu.
The barkentine Planter, Captain
Dow, cleared for San Praucisco to
day with 15,737 bags of sugar,
weighing 1,837,666 pounds aud
valued at $68,206.02, shipped as
follows: 2897 bags P. A. Schaefer
& Co., 4867 bags T. II. Davies &
Ce., 3680 bags C. Brewer & Co.,
4293 bags Castle & Cooke.
From Haul and Hawaii, per itnir
Klnau, Jlny 1 W II Woolwortli nm
wife, Capt John lsbesler, Kdw-urd Hub
erts, John Nellson, II E winslow. Dr V
Maxwell, T Nagavamii. Mrs E .Maddur.
Miss K Maddur. ltev It Cnllender, Klien
Low, E Dowtelt, W Heine, and l deck
From Kauai, nersttnr Mlknlinln. Mt
2 W H Mice, wife ami child, O N Wil
cox, II Morrison, il It Hitchcock. Clira.
ter Doyle. A V Peters. Mrs (1 II Mimr,.
and child, 2 Chinese mid M deck.
AHUM A 1.1.
Hatuhiiav, May S
Mikahala, I labium!, from
James Makee, Peterson, from
Ko All Hon, Thompson, from
Saturday. May 2
Stmr Kilauon Hon. Even-it. f..r
Kukaiau, Ookala and Lnupalioline.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Oahu
Ex Kinau. from Hawaii and Maul. Mm
t 1813 birs sugar, 130 sheep, 77 pigs, Ml
hides, 270 tigs otatocB, bO bgs corn, 110
Ex Ke Au Hon, from Kauai, May 2
1014 bgs sugar.
Ex Mikahala. from k'aimi Mm.
4574 bgs sugar, INI slieep and W pkgs
Ex James Makee. from Kauai. Mnv o
20UO bgs sugar.
Am bktue Planter.
Dow, for Sau
VKSSKLS I.KAVIMI MONDAY.
James Makee, Peterson,
Presents Given Away
With each cash purchase of
chinoleum art ware, Miss Rice will
hand the buyer a card; these tickets
will call for a present of a violin,
an embroidered or hatulnainted
sofa pillow; presents to be awarded
on June 1st.
Play For I 111- TennU Tournament
The Tournament Committee of the
Hawaiian Tennis Association met Fri
day and made the following drawings
for the coming tournament, to be play
ed In order named:
J. Q. Wood vs. E. H. Wodehouae.
w. 11. uoney vs. A. St. M. Mackin
S. 1. French vs. C. K. Hyde.
W. O. Singleliurst vs. E. U. Adams.
Eugene Homer vs. Harold 1)11.
U. C. H. Atherton vs. Dr. A. E,
7. 11. F. Iteardmore vs. W. F. Dil
lingham, 8. II. W. Mist vs. E. A. Jones.
. Dr. Smith vs. C. V. Dickey.
10. 8. O. Wilder vs. (1. 1'. Wilder.
11. George It. Carter vs. Wilder
12. W. B. Oodfrey, Jr. vs. C. H, W,
13. I). II. Hitchcock vs. Dr. Howard.
1. Miss Juliette, King vs. Miss Daisy
2. Miss M. L. Millard vs. Jliis Orace
3. Mrs. E. It. Adams vs. Mrs, Qunn.
4. Miss May Hart vs. Miss Alice
5. Miss May Atkinson vs. Miss Mollle
The Tournament Committee held
meeting this morning aud decided
favorably ou the protest of the Ileieta-
nla Tennii Club against certain players
in the men's doubles. On this account
entries for doubles have been re-openeil
at the olllco of the Hawaiian Safu De
posit and Investment Company, and
will remain so until Monday afternoon
There is no danger from this dlseuto
when Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)- U
freely given. It Hquoltua I ho toiuh
mucus and aids itsoxpectoration. It alio
lessens me severity ami ireiiuoney ol
coughing, and insures a sieedy recover! ,
inert is iiui lliu least danger ill glVlll
the remedy to childieu or babies, as I
contains no Injurious sulMtauce. For
sale by all Druggists and Dealers Hen
son, Smith & Co., Agenta for H. I,
Ask your Grocer or
DRIFTED SNOW FI.OUR.
Union Feed Company, Sole Aent
The Armless Wonder!
Born Without Arms
TliU Little Portuguese. I ji.Iv EATS
WKIIES. HEWS, and perfoiuis luuii)
.i.iioi ii-uis ,-mueiy vtiiuiiei tgt'e.
cxniunions uauy, commenting 01
TUESDAY AFTEItNOON, April 28.li
Open from 10 to 12 11. 111,1 2 to S p, in.
uim , id v , iu.
430 Nuunnu Street, above Hotel
Opp. Ccuttal Meat Market,
AUmUuiou 23c,; Children 10c. 93)-t
THE I'ALAMA MISSION
CITI.UN I.IIII.UAI.I.V I'llllt IIII1 A
Olvea n floml llitine I'nr a
gallon-Open to All anil
I ton, 11M,
P. C. Jones will build a chapel
on King street near I.iliha. Work
will begin at once. Thc church
will be of wood and will accom
modatc about 400 persons. It
wil! be thrown open to everybody,
and will start free from debt.
There are 110 churches in Pala
ma, though perhaps a thousand
clilltcll-goiiig people. Some of
them cannot afford car fare every
Sunday into town, so seldom hear
the gospel. The result lias been
that part of this community has
not kept pace with others in moral
Mr. Jones has come forward to
relieve the situation. All the build
ing expenses will come out of his
pocket. After the church is fin
ished it will be tinned over t
Central Union church and become
mission. A special committee
will be detailed to take up the
work there, and a preacher will
later be sent to the congregation.
It is believed a flourisl in 2 Sabbath
School can be started. Conserva
tion estimates place the number ol
children in the neiglil orhood who
do not nttcud church at 200. In
dications are that this new mission
will ultimately become one of the
most important in the city.
L. B. KliRR has received a ship
nient of fine carriages from
STAVICR, ABBOTT & CO..
Chicago. I hese vehicles are first
class in every respect aud will be
sold Ior little money.
Election of Officers.
At Hmi Annual Meeting of the Fash
ion KTAliUM To., held in tli.it city the
.lull day of April, lbiM, llui following
Ulcers were elected for the ensuing
Mr. J. J. Sullivan, I'riwnt.
Mr. I). P. It. Iseiiberir. Vici-I'ren.
Mr. J. Buckley, Treasurer.
Mr. J. A. Hatsiii;'r, Secretary.
Mr. F. V. Macfarlanc, Auditor.
Tim aliove olllcers also constitute tl.e
Hoard of Directors.
1 W. MACFAltlXANE,
UM-llt Secretary I'ro Tom.
tt the general meeting of the stock-
loldersnf the WaIvmnaU) Sl'dAlt Coil
'ANY. held Thursday. April i)0. 1MM1. nt
the olllee of its iigelits. Win. O. Irvlu
it Co., Ltd., for the. puriKipu of ti'iui't-
arling general buttine-M and to elect
Ulcers to nil vac-mi let, the rnllowlng
scimcles were filled, tn ferve until the
next annual meeting, viz:
President, W. (1. Irwin, vice J. A.
TreiMircr, V. M. (Jllliird, vice V. (I.
SrcreUiry. II. M. Whltnev. Jr.. Uru
C. l'olle, resigned.
Auilltor, r. W. Macfarlnne, vim
llruce Cnrt right, resigned.
Hie alKivo stockliolilrrs, with J. A.
iopm-r as ice-rresidi-ut. constitute
tiie ollicets of thc rouipany as welt r.s
tt.. ....1 11: '
II. M. WHtlNKV. Jit.,
Dividend NTn .2 l tiaviihleln tliaatnfh.
lolders of the KAIIUICA PLANT. CO.
at lliu olllco of M. S. Crinhatim A Co.,
Limited. fj. ItOl.TE. Treasurer.
Honolulu, May 1, WM. MI-21.
.' Good Investment.
The uudersicued olfers invmlnrs
slum's in the Kabiika Plantation Com
any. This stock has already uaid fle
per cent in dividends from nrencnt rmn
and promises well for the future.
J. O. CAKTI.lt, Trust-e.
Honolulu, May 1, lbOU. U43 lw
For Sale-Hoflse Decorations.
For two weeks conimenciiiir tomorrow
I will place on exhibition n large assort
ment of ClIINOI.KUM Wong. Ibis work
makes vciy demrah e liouso decorations
and will bo offered for sale at reasonnbla
Fort street (under Holster's Photo.
graph UaMery. (U3-.1l
All lolls Hfrnlllkl llto Kt,a lu t.tlta, 1...
tirttnti.fl lu-fitr. 10 a ,,, MnVfVW
May 4th, ISM.
J. r. l,I.Ai,
953 3t Clerk Senate.
ItosMi-lice. fullv furnlklasl for hnnrki,.
bur. on the lieach In lHiiinlaii! l'arl..
WiuklU, ttltliln three luluutm walk of tho
tram, uotsl sen lintulng. Main house con
sists of 2 lledttsims, Parlor, Dining lbsim.
I'antry and Kitchen. Cotuutu In van! con.
tains 8 Kislnsims, Both houses have bnlli
and all utoderu conveniences. Sert ant's
quarters. Carriage bouse and suill for ono
1'or term apply to
WH-tf 1". O. UOX4I0.
ix puiisit.i.vt.'i: or tiii:
A. order of thu Circuit Court. Firai
Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands, I have
this day adveitlscd for sale thu schooner
Henrietta, her bouts, tackles, appare
ami iiirniiuru nt punnc nuctti li on
TU1.3DA Y, the 12th dov of May, A. D.
lf-'.K!. at 12 o'clock noon, fn front nt ti e
Station House in Honolulu, Island ol
11. It. HITCHCOCK".
Deputy Marshal, lit public of Hawaii,
iiouoiuiu, jiuwiiuiiii isianus, t III
10th, A. 1). WM. WlMOt
Has relumed after uu emincntlv nut-
seesful tour of Kauai, mil wdl exhibit
On tho Lot Opposite the
Railway Depot, King St.
Every Artist Improvod In His
JONES AND WILLIAMS
In a grand net ou the double IrajHie
WILFRED BURNS aid his Trick
HAYES AND BURNS
lu an entliely new Clnwu Act.
KACHIEL AND TAKIj lb llawallau
fatorlles, ami l:utlri Coiupaujr,
In a New Farce.
l-l.lChH 3.1 au,l Oil CENT.
Wut.ii tor uiiivul of the new Cum, uy,
Umlrable liom-nad, situate on thi-j
cormrni r.eaurn gu and lleulu itresta,
Houp (newly built) contain! Hall, .
J'atlor, Lannl Dining Room, 3 lied rooms,
Kitchen and Pantrr. and I!athrnom-
ulth electric light fixtures throughout!.--
ni u,u,iriu iuii 1 r inveniences.
Outbuildings are: Mosquito Proo '
Heaillniror Smokim- Itnnm. Hot Itmial
Carnage House ai d Stable, 2 Itoom Cot-
iae ior jerenrns, 1 owl tiouse, etc.
U ouuJt: 1-. ncrps. lalrl nut and rdant
id with shade an 1 fruit trees.
lor furtlii r par'iculars apply to
J il. ItOl'II WELL
ut O. Peacock & Co.
FINE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
Ijnrira fllnl mni.n'i,li,ii lluelllr.i- lln,,
ltuAlnn tbc corner of l.unalila and Kwiu,
IllokU ktreeti.. ot lit.-wnt irvunUI l.v II.
Houw roiiUlim lt floor -2 Hitting !kmtn,
4 Bed Dooms, Hull, Dining itoom, tfewlng
Itoom, llith Itimm, I'antry and Kitchen.
liiU-d Willi l;i.TtriO I.lttlll hllurM thn,n,h.
out: pale t W. C nnd all Improved sanitary
and toilet contenleticM. tin the 1 floor
them is one large room mlutbte for Hrhool.
room, .Nurw-ry or llilllanl Itoom, il-14x.tn.
Ihe outlmildihra romUt of 2 Hrranta
roomi, Ha.li limine, 1 arruige bou-e anil -.table
lllni-ly arrar.gnl hIUi lux italli, thicken
hou-e, m-ikwI kin,,!, tt , etc.
1 .ol. Mr.i aviiui, well laiii out aim planted
th Fruit and omaineritla trwa.
For terms apply to
, . ( A. PEACOCK.
My order of W. M. (HFFAItl). ESO..
acting under njer tif nttorney for Ji so
le Soiisa Mines nnd Maria J. 1). .Nunes.
hit wife. 1 am directed to sell at I'ublla
Auction at my fale-rojin, guotn street,
On Monday, May 18, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
The following described property,
1st All those certain parcels or lots nf
land situate in Walluku, Mm, being
A nana 1, containing S2 !)() 100 acres. An.
na 2 containing!! S2100 acres and Apana
.1 containing 137 acres, nurticularlv ilea-
frilied In Itoynl Patent (Grant) 1844 to
Joseph Stlta, and further described as
lieing the same lands conveyed by the
:uu .lot-cpu nyivn to .Manuel flora uy
Iced dated September Sit li. 1838 and te-
cordeil in the Hnwaliiaii Registry of
Dtt-ds In Honolulu in Liber 11, page 83,
2nd. All tlir.t parcel of land situate
in the Hi of Olohe, Wniknpu, Maul, de
scribed as lieing Apana 2. containing an
area of acre, nnd ulso that certain
utrcei ol laini situate in the III or w.
i.ilulii, Walluku, Maui, described as lie
ing Apana 3, coot lining 2-10 acres,
said parcel of land lieing pirticularly
descrilieil iu 1 total Patent 4'JIH, Laud
Commission Award 2377. to Haklkl.and
further deKcriluHl ns lieing the same
lands conveyed to Manuel Mora by deed
r 11. vt ana ami Kaoni, lilt wire, uatea
une 18th. ISC), and recorded In said
Itegistry Olllco in Liber 22, Page 81.
3rd. All tliot-e certain tiarcebi of land
situate at Waikapu, Maui, baing Apulia
i, ami u ot Koyai 1'atcnt number 4U7U,
L-iml Commission Award 2IV0 to Eliu
nui, containing an area of 1 1U100 acres.
and further desc-rils-d ns being the same
lauds convejed to Manuel Flora by Pa
cini, by deed dated August Cth. 1800,
and recorded in said Itegistry Olllco in
llh. All those parcels of land, being;
portions of the Hi of raalae, situate l a
Wuikapti, Maui, being Apana 1, Mahele
.'. containing 10 100 acres, and A nana 1.
Mahele 3, containing 1-10 ucre, and par
ticularly descrilnd In ltoyal Patent
Number 3131, t,iud Commission Award
10.il to Manallol. uudfurtlierdescribeil
as being the same lands conveyed to
Manuel I lores by deed ot Kaoliimaunu,
et al, dated Ma 3Wt, 1873, and recorded
tu sunt Registry OtUcu in Liber 37, page
"illi. All that certain parcel of land
situate iu Waikipu, Maul, described In
Itoynl Patent Number 4010. Land Com
mission Award 2100 to Ebunui, and
further ilescrilicd in thu deed of Mahf to
Manuel Flutes, dated Mar 1, 1890. and
recorded in said itegistry Oflice In Liber
133. page 3So.
The above, nronertv will lie sold as a
wlinlo at an uiwet price of ..0,000.00.
Terms casli in V. S (I 1J Coin.
All transfer Dttd.- eit ..at Purchaser's
t.1... r.. ..i.... .. .. i..., - .
ui iuiiiii-i i'.ii e in . i apply w
Jus. F. Morgan,
032 .1 AUCTIONEER.
nro (letriinunliil to tho
people's interests. Thoy
inviirinhly are eft'ectcd
to maintain high prices.
Yon know that without
our telling it.
Wo are not in any
combination; we novor
have lieen; never will.
Wo nro jjoing to remain
on tho side of tho good
ixjoplo of these islands.
Wo are going to con
tinue selling them goods
cheaper than anyone
else. l'eojilo hnvo to
buy medicines; they
occasionally like to in
dulge in tho fine per
fumes nud good things
we have, and soda wntor
why, nothing ap
proaches it, thoy say,
and thoy must have
soda every day.
Wo keep goods of
only one quality tho
very best money can
buy. Any other policy
but "tho best for tho
least money" would be
distasteful to us and
loss to you.
hobkon mm co.
Engine for Sale.
HORIZONTAL SLIDE YALYE EN
GINE, Made by the Honolulu Iron Works Co,
Bore of cylinder 13 inches.
Length of stroke 40 inches.
For further particulars apply to
TIIEO. II. DAVIES tt CO., LTD.
Try "Tte Star" Electric Works
Fine Job Printing,
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