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Oak Railway S Land Co.
031 JXD AFTER JTSE I, 1S92
50 SWA MILL.
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A.H. AJt. P.M. T.M.
Lwn Ew MUL ftl KM3 3jl8 5:12
Leave PartOiiy....:55 11:15 4:16 C:10
Anil Honolwhi 7s30 4:55 045
A Saturdays only.
C Sunday excepted.
D Saturdays excepted.
"She jHolonum (Catcmtar.
rrh ! Pr Satblooa's Phases
W 10 17
oaj 2J1 21
25! 2! 27 2S! 20 30 31
APRIL 9, 1891.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Cevlon S F March 10
OSS Alameda S F March 15
CASS Warrimoo. . Vancouver. .March 23
OSS Awtralia S P March 24
Am echr Sul valor.... N S V Jan 21)
Lyman D Foater. ....XSW Feb 12
Am Mia bk M'ni'g Sir. .South Sens.Mer S-lii
Oer bk J C Gbule. . . Liverpool Apr 1-10
Jap atmr Aikoka Maru . . Yokohama. .Apr !
Am bk Amy Turner. ..New York.Jnly 1-10
Am echr Stanford NSW Feb 20
Am ah Occidental Departure B. .FebjiS
Am chr Cyras Kin. .NSW Mar 1
Ger bkt M. Hackfeld London June 15 to 20
Foreign Mail Service.
S4efupshipt will leave for and arrve
from San Francisco and other foreign
porta, on or about the following !ntc?,
tftl th cloe of 1S94.
Lbavk IJonoiatlo. Dpk
xok Sax Fkamtsco
Fm. San Fka.nuwo
Warrimoo Feb. 2S, Arawn Feb. 23
Australia Mar. 3 Australia .... Feb. 2 1
Maripoaa Mar. 8 Oceanic Mar. 6
Oftitta Mar. 26 Alameda Mar. 15
Australia Mar. SI Warriinoo....Mar. 23
ArawH April 1 Australia.... Mar. 24
Monowai Apr. 5 Mariposa .... Apr. 12
Australia Apr. 2S China Apr. 17
"Warrimoo May 1 Australia Apr. 21
Alameda May 3Aravn April 23
Gaelic May 14 Monowai.... Mbv 10
Australia .May 28 Australia May 19
Maiipoen May 3 1 Warrimoo .... May 23
Aiuwn June 1 Alauiedn Juno 7
Australu. . -. ..June 23 Australia. . . ..Tine 16
Monowai Jnne2S Arawa Jnne 23
Warrimoo July 1 Mariposa July 5
Awfttralia July 21 Anstralia. ... July"l4
Akmeda July 2 Warrimoo.. .July 23
Arawa ...Aug. 1 Monowai Aug. 2
Australia. ...Aug. IS' Australia. ...Aug. 11
MaHpotM Aug. 23 Arawa Auk. 23
Warn woo Sept. 1 Alameda.... Aug. 30
Australia. . . .Sept. 15 Australia Sept. S
Monowai.... Sept. 22 Warrinioo.. .Sept. 2S
Arawa Oct. 3 Mariposa.... Sept. 27
Auatvalia OjI. 10 Australia Oct. G
Afatmeda Oct. IS Arawa Oct. 23
Warrimoo .... Nov. 1 Monowai .... Oct. 25
Auetralia ...Nov. 10 Australia Nov. 3
furlpom .... Nov. 15 Alameda Nov. 20
Arawa Dec 1 Warrimoo.. .Nov. 23
Australia Dee. S Australia Dec. 2
Monowai ....Dec. 13 Mariposa.... Dec 20
Himmoo....Dec.30 Arawn Dec. 22
Australia.... Dec. 31
Vessels in Port.
T S S Adams, Nefeon.
U S S Philadelphia. Barker.
HUM TakMehiho, Nomura.Yokohama.
-N S V.
Aw bet W G Irwia. Williams S F.
Am war Geneva, N S W.
Am bkt W il DiiaomL Noilaoa, S. F.
Am sehr A Allen. Sehape, Eureka.
Am four King Cvras, Christknaon, N'we'c,
Am schr O M Kellogg. Iverson. Gay's II.
Hawbk Helen Brewer, Newell, New York.
Am Ms stmr Mcraiug Star, Garland.
llw Khr Aloha, Dabel, S F.
Jrom ike atcv-Jnutt,
Monday, Apr, 9.
Stmr MikahaM, for Kaar.i.
Stmr Iwakisi. for Kauai
Stinr Kaak. for Watmaaaw awl Waklaa.
Am near Aloha, for San Francisco.
Henry G. Lyons, the represent
ative of Moesrs. Raymond and
"Whitcomb of Boston, took with
him to the Volcano March ?0th
Sinalfe and wifo, Miss Lizzie i.
Smaltz, Emmous Crocker and
wife, James L. Thompson, George
do la Vorgno, G. TV. Sprague,
Mrs. Liiah Shaw, Mrs. Seoley I.
Shaw, Miss Ella Torbert, and
Master Albert Lobeustein. It is
safe to say no previous party has
ever had a more satisfactory trip
or seen tho Volcano in a greater
stato of activity.
Politics are picking up 8gain.
The American League will not
meet this evening.
The Alice Cooke vrill probably
sail for the Coast tomorrow.
Parser Kibling of the Claudino
is thanked for news favors.
Dan Lyon's dancing class will
Arion Hall tomorrow
Pleasant weather is reported
by late voyagers between wind
ward ports and Honolulu.
The scholars of the semi-pnb-lic
Government schools are en
joying a two week's holiday.
SYt tc'i thojbottomsof the pants
of 1 cal American (?) dues and
lerau when it is raining in Lon
don. The Jockey Club will meet at
the Hotel this evening to consider
matters in connection with pros
pective races on June 11th.
Business continues as dull as
ever. The "no spend an- money"
party have the pull at the Gov
The members of the secret
League will not meet to-night, but
adjourn quickly and re-assemble at
The noise made hy the large
Tramway's Co.'s bus is a nuisance
and is dreaded as much as a
dray b nervous horses.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop of P.ino-
polis accompanied by Father de
Campos has arrived in town again
bv tho steamer Claudino. "
Messrs H. P. Baldwin, G. X.
Wilcox and Paul Isonberg, well
known sugar producers, arrived
by the Claudino yesterday from
Senator Morgan intends to
improve the Love -property, on
Emma stroot, next tho Square,
by having a fine dwelling house
Tho steamer Claudino brought
to port hero yesterday as cargo;
7G82 bags sugar, 444 sacks pot
atoes, 262 bags corn. 30 head
cattlo, 31 hogs, and over 200
pekgs miscellaneous mdso.
Tho arrival of tho steamer Le-
hna 'from Hawaii brings news
that whales are plentiful along
the const. Thirteen whales were
counted olFKaunakakai, Molokai,
and a few wero seen oil Coco
Head, this island.
It is reported that the famous
"fivo puu" parrot of Major
Ivronso has been sent to a local
paint-shop to have tho colors
brightened up. The story is
thought to be simply a purser's
That dangerous school-boy
weapon, tho rubber sling, is
again in vogue. All parents,
school-teachors and police should
capture anil destroy snoh of these
dangerous playthings as come
withintheir reach, or else some
child, or may 1)0 grown person,
mav bo minus an eve.
Sunday was again disgraced hy
the rifle shooting at tho Makiki
butts, and tho noise of which dis
turbed devotions at the Lunalilo
Home which is supposed to bo
under the direct care of tho mis
sionary oloment The music of
tho baud would have been far
more in consonance with tho
character of the dav.
Amongst other passengers
brought by tho steamer Claudino
yesterday, from windward ports
wero; Mrs M G Correa, MissX
Cockett, J L Damas wife aud
child, H S Tregloan, OJeo Hons,
E Laugehein, Peter Quinn, M T
Lyons, T E Cook. A TV Carter, J
Dias, IHakuole, X. AmoyandrlS
TALE OF A NIGHT.
An interesting story is told by
ex-detective TVagner'and which,
after being reduced to the lang
uage of English-speaking people,
runs somewhat as follows:
"Ton know, of course, of the
many troubles which I have on
mv mind, and von know that I
am a detective (?) who-fears
nothing, but trouble. Well, my
mind wjts very uneasy last Friday
evening, and after I went to my
lone cabin and cooked my supper,
I could not rest. I tried to read
Shakspeare. but not having a
copy in German, I did not do it.
Well, it camo to 10 o'clock and
as there was no moon I thought
I would rode out of town, Wai
kiki way, as I like the dark. I
went out towards Diamond Head
feeling perfectly safe, as my
charger was strong and good,
and my trusty gun was slung
over my shoulder,
hark! sounds from
ward. Mv eves cut
tho deep gloom which hangs over
sea and shore and I see, a boat,
two men rowing and they reach
the shore. Other sounds are
heard but to which I give but
little notice. Ha! tho men come
toward me! I hide. And now what
do I see? Do my eyes deceive?
2o ! there are tho men bending
under heavy loads of opium! One
trip, two trips, three trips they
niake: opium every time. A wa
gon approaches, the opium is
placed therein; the boatmen -depart
and are lost in the mist of
the sea. But, hah! how happy T
felt at the thought of the surpriso
which my presence would give to
the smugglers who held tho wa-
Ha! ho! ha! little did' they
know that 'Wagner the daring
detective' was near them.
Methought, my time has come
and on tho morrow the Marshal
and his men and tho newspapers,
will all ring ray praises. jSlowly
and carefully I came from cover.
I reached the road and ''Hold
up your hands!"' was an order
which greeted me and I obeyed.
Thero in the gloom with shotguns
cocked and pointed at my
heart, with murder blazing
from tho eyes which
peered through the masked faces,
stood two men, about 19 feet
each in bight, and weighing
about a ton. What passed after
wards, is like a dream, the wagon
wont through a hole in the earth,
tho men dissolved into tho mid
night dew, and I, I was alone.
My head ached on Saturday, but
I reported the matter just tho
same, and it will be investigat
ed. I hope to get tho job of
Mrs. Bena Good who has long
and favorably been known to
members of Honolulu society and
Mr. Ke'lburg were quietly joined
in marriage last evening at a
res'denco iu this city, tho Rev.
H. H. Parker of Kawaiahao
church officiating After the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs Keilbnrg !
held a short reception to give to
many friends, who would not bo
denied, the opportunity of pre
senting their congratulations.
Many elegant presents wero re
ceived by the bride, -and the
hearty good wishes which wero
showered on both, gives room to !
judge, that iu this c se at least,
marriage will not prove a failure.
Tho happy par intend to make a
bridal trip to the other islands
We do not hold ourselves responsible for
the opinions or the utterances of oar
To kick a man when he is drwn
is contemptible beyond dessrip
tion. Had tho Advcrllsir tiken
the pains to investigate both sides
of the Wicharfc matter, the labor
ed editorial as to an officer and Irs
duty would nover-. have been
- J .ICS CCTTLE.
On the evening of April 4th,
there was a large and enthusias
tic meeting of the Hui Aloha
Aina" at the Wailnku Skating
Rink. Thero were between 600
and 700 people present. Speeches
were made by Job n Ealama,
John Richardson, A. P. Paehaole
and others. On the oth inst. a
meeting was held at Spreckels
ville and largely attended. The
speeches by S. E. Kaiue, Wm.
Edmonds, John Kaluna, Thos.
Clark, Frank Metcalf and John
Richardson were heartily received
bv the audience.
The closing words of one of
the principal speakers were,
"Leave that ballot alone. It's
The almost unanimous feeling
amongst the Natives around here
is to have nothing at all to do
with the election of Delegates to
the Constitutional Convention
and not to take the oath.
There is a split in tho Wailukn
(?) Union Party. The bone of
Contention seems to be the Asia-
ic plank in thoir platform. At
ho meeting of the Annexation
CInb, the matter came to a vote
aud the Asiatic plank was voted
out, by a vote of 17 to 12. The
eaders of tho minority were S.
F. Chillingworth, Geo. Hons and
W. A. McKav. The majoritv was
ead b Kalua, G. Armstrong and
D. L. Meyer. A very heated dis
cussion followed. And the great
politicians haveu't cooled vet.
On the evening of the 4th inst.
both .parties met at the Court
House for tho purpose of holding
meetings. The majority wing had
decided to meet at the Court
House on April 4th. At 4 p. M.
of the same day Geo. Hons posted
notices calling for a meeting of
the American League at tho same
The Kalua party got there first
and held tho fort despite the
warlike attitude of Sheriff Chil
lingworth and his followers. It
is said that Sheriff Chiilingworth
would have been pitched out of
tho window by a certain excitable
court official, had they not given
After considerable bickering
the disgruntled minority went to
Bailey's Hall and held their
meeting thero. leaving Kalua's
party- masters of tho situation,
and in possession of the Court
The attempt to bulldoze the
uatives into registering is growing
holder and bolder. Sheriff Chil
lingworth has notified tho Deputy-Sheriff
in Makawao to register
or take the consequences. The
deputy refused point blank.
Another p.g. official at Waihce
has been trying to bulldoze the
natives there into registering and
taking the oath. Ho has even
gone so far as to threaten them
with beiug shot down 1 ke dogs
without fogs on, should they re
fuse to register. A Hawaiian
present threatened to hammer the
stuffing out of him if he did not
shut up. He shut up.
Mr.' John Richardson has left
for a tour through Kahakuloa,
Honokohan, and Kaauapali, for
Lahaina. where he and William
White will address the Hawsi
ians. The natives and most of
the foreigners will have nothing
to do with tho convention, nor do
they propose to have a constitu
tion ririined down their throats
withont havirg it submitted to
tho people. All are anxious to
hear what the people in Honolulu
are doing. Thegenerd belief is
that the Royalists there have,
thrown np tne sponge or gone to
sleep itie men wuo wm oesem
ftii '111 I
to that abortive farce of a con
vention will most likely le H. P.
Baldwin, old Homer of Lahaina,
schoolmaster Towusend, and per
haps a Kauak.i. Tho Portuguese
are .tbstainir.g from registering
iu spite of the plantation influen
ces. Harm is the only district
where the p.g. makes some pro
gress. The cause is natural
enough, as C. Bolte controls Ha
na plantation, and W. O. Smith
tho Reciprocity. We hear though
that tho American League party
controls the district and "will re
fuse to "Ijominato that miserable
ex parson Iosepa, who it will be
remembered, play! such a piti
ful role i!i,tlio- ttst.Legislt.:r-.
IMPORTERS ASD2DEALSRS IN
New Goods Reo'd
By every Packet from ihe Eastern States and Europe.
Fresh California Produce by every steamer.
All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to
any part of the city FREE OF CHARGE.
Island Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Pots
Office Box No. 145, Telephone No. 92.
There was a slight fire, but
considerable excitement, at Ka
waiahao Church on Saturday
evening. The cause was the falliug
of a large lamp and ignition of
the oil. The "fire laddies'' turn
ed out promptly, but even the
service of the Babcock Exting
uishers was not needed. The
organ-builders will probably pro
fit from the damage done.
The meeting of the American
League called for this ovening,
has been postponed until Tues
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
T. B Murray, President.
T. B. Severin, Secretary.
WiSSS MEETING !
1 All men shall hive the right, in an order
ly aud peaceably manner, to assemble
without arms, to consult upon the com
mon good." Hawaiian CoxsriTtrrioN,
A Mass Meeting of the Loyal
People of Honolulu and vicinity
will be hold at
at 7 o'clock on the evening of
MONDAY, APRIL 9,
to consult upon the co'mulon good;
and.in particular .to consider what
course should be followed with
respect to the proposed eleciion
of Delegates to the Constitutional
Let Every Lover of his Country
Let Every Believer in Free Got
eminent be there !
Bv Order of. the Committee!
U. A. Widetnann,
S imoel Parker,
J. A. CnoimiaSi
John Pa i Hips
John F. Colbnrnr
Ohxs. T. GnlicV,
O. W. Aihford.
It. W. Wilcox,
J. K. Kahookono,
& B. Tfcomas,
A. P. Petorson,
W. H. Habtead,
L. J. Levey,
W. F. RjTBehii.
D. W. Pua.
H. E. Mclntyre,
C. O. Berger,
Jas. K. Kaslla,
John Lota Kfinlnkon,
J. F. Bowler.
J. M. Kneakn.
Mannfuelurinj Jeuxler and
Molnrmy Block. 405 Tort Honolulu.
Dnring my absence from this Kingdom,
my brother LES POI of the Firm of San
Yte Hop Lung Ke at Wanae. Oafcu,
hUact for ma with inll poavr of Attorney.
. KWAI YUF.N
fl Wslaaje, Oihn-.JLir. 5th, 1SK.
FORT it KING STS.
H. MAY, & Co.,
9S Fort Street, - HonoluJ
Families, Plantations and Ships
supplied with choicest
European &A merkan Groceries
California Produce by Every
Tho partnership heretofore
existing between Frederick Har
rison and Arthur Harrison, under
the firm name of Harrison Bros,
as Contractors and Builders, has
been.by mutual consent dissolved,
aud all parties owing said firm
are hereby notified that payment
of the same must bo mado to
Frederick Harrison, who is
authorized to settle said business
within thirty days from date.
Honolulu, H. March 27th, 1S94
mar 2S lw.
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Wholesale and Retail Grocers
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Hy Even 8 in Franeiseo Stoonier".
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P. .0. Box 2QJ.
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All Suits Guaranteed
To Fit an 1 in the Latest
Clothes Cleaned and Repaired, r
A BRIGHT BOY MUST HAVE
a horse to deliver newspapers.
Apply at the HOLOMUA OF
FIC-E, Thomas Block.
AN LYONS' DANCING CLA& will be
chaneed from UmDeillSued to Arion
Hall, which he has rented for TUESDAY.
THURSDAY and SATURDAY ot each
The Saturday organized clas3 forCnildren
will meet at the Arion Hall at 2 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, April 7th.
On Toesday evening. April IOth. at 7
'dock, a class will be formed for Men and
On Thursday afternoon, at 3 o&ock April
I2tb, n special claan win be formed for
Tne charges for all day Pnpils will be 25
ceaU a lesson.
On the wbove Sir. Lyons-can be seen,
at the Hail from 9 tw 12 noon.