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MONDAY, AI'IML 7, 181-0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD COMPANY'S
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Leave llonfclulu u :u i.' :00
An Ive Mamma u;4S v.is
Leave Mtiiuiua 1 1 :0 I :nu
Airlve Honolulu ... ..U:1S -1:13
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Lcno Honolulu... ji::mi i:W iiiou
ArilvoMiitmna .. 1():IS liltf ilild
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Anlvo Honolulu.. .11:18 Still l:.".;i
A il 11 IS
Stun- iMlkiilmtii from ICnual
htnir U iiI.i1o.mIl! fiom inwlllw!ll
Stun Lll.elike from .Maul
Slim l.miln from Kllaui'ti and Hannlci
(lor lik O N Wilcox, Hatch, 1". days
fiom San Fianolseo
Htmr.r Cummins fur Koolait
Stinr MoUolil for Molokai
Stinr Kidmen Hon for Hnnomii ami Pe-
peckco at I i m
Schr Kaiilkcaoull for Kohala
Sehr Alol Wulilnu for Haiiiadua
JapS S Yainashlio Jluiu, Young, for
Yokohama at 12 m
Sekr Kaulokal for Walnuno
Am wh sclir Mary II Thomas, ismltli.for
tliu Arcile Ocean.
VESSELS IEAVIHS TO-MORROW.
I'ijS Mohle.ui. Shepard, for Samoa
Stmr Kaala for Kllauea dheet nt 1 p m
stmr Wnialealc for N aw lllw III and Ha-
tiamuuhi at 0 p m
Stmr l.ikcllku for .Maui at r p m
.Slinr Ja" Alakee for Knpnn at 5 p tn
From Vim I per i-tmr Llkulike, April
r W lierlowitz, I) T'oomey. Jtev-Jno
Moirh, wife and daughter, K Kruger,
II L Chiise, IJeiitv Urane, Mr tarlsen.
W llclue, wife find :i edlldien, V
Wileo.v, MU? Simpson, J V Knlua, SE
Kiiluo, W II llalstead, Mr Kaueaukal,
.r U .Monls, .1 It Maimoiit. Captain
I'ritclmul niul lfi deck.
For San Frauelseo per It M S S Muri
poBu,Aprllo .Mi3t! U l.irke and child,
il L cmiih, E K Colo, A Horner, Air? .)
W Colvllle, O W Ciockcr. V. Cioukur,
Miss W Sweet, II Wntcrhouse, Col X I)
lludgc, G V Foriuiiii mid Ife, II linker,
T 11 Davie:!, Cllve T Davles, Captain
Hansen, and 170 in transit.
For Hongkong via Yokohama, perSS
Yanisishlro Mnru, April 7 ikv Young,
Jlisx Alluo, Kev Arelidc.ieon and Airs
Sliaw, .los Frost, and 10 Chinese and (S?
.lapanesd in stcernge.
From Kauai per tmr Mikahala, April
li II S Dickson. Mr Arnistroug, Miss
ltarlclts.-Mi& A It Altmaii, Miss Ailmaii
'J Chinese and 55 deck.
8tcanicr I.ikcllko brought -I..I8 b.igs
Migar, 150 bugs potatoes, 10 bans com,
1 iior.se, 1S8 hides, 78 plgs biiut!rie.
Thesihooner Ku Mol hrought n full
loud of ohia posts from I'oliolk! Satur
Tho U S ft Mohican, Captnpi ohepard,
will leave for Samoa wlililn a day or
so. She was taking iu coal Saturday
ino-rnlng from the bdiooner i.nvliila.
The steamer Mokolil brought 800
bags sugar and t)0 sdeep Saturday morn
ing. The steamer .lames Makeu brought
li.V.O bags sugar ftotn Kapaa.
Tho steaniL'i V C Hull was limited on
I tie aJ aline Itallway Filday. She eiimu
oft' the Aiailne ltai'lway this afternoon
thoroughly cleaned " and re-copper
painted and will leave on AVedncMlny
The whaling barks Emma F llcrrl
mnu and Tamerlatid sailed Sattiidtiy
afiernoon for the Arctio Ocean, 'lho
whaling schooner Mary II Thomas,
Captain Smith, which arrived Friday
24 day.1, from San Francisco, will pro
ceed for the Noith sometime this week.
Captain Sum Mann, for seven years
In command of the schooner Kauikeao
itll, has been promoted to tlio captaincy
of the schooner Ku Alol, nml Captain
.lames Waul of Kohala succeeds Captain
Maim in tlio command of the schooner
The steamer Walalealo biought !)102
baga sugar and 21 head cattle; the MI
Kahnla 6311 bags iigar and 150 sheep;
and (he Kaala 1170 bags ugur, all from
The tern Fred Y. Sunders will sail
from Knhulul lor San Francisco on
The .steamer Mikahala wilt leave on
Wednesday afternoon for Kauai. Tlio
steamer Ualaleale will take tlio freight
for Xawlllwlli to-moirow.
The steamship Mariposa took the fol
lowing cargo from this port on Satur
day: W Uli'ttiu ifcCo, :il3tbagssiii;ar;
A T Watci house. 731) bags sugar; Camp,
bell, Marshall, & Co, 73!) bnehs bananas;
C L Hopkins, 200 buclis buiianas. Do
mestic value, $29,827.10.
Tho British irou liaik Donnllcld. Capt
Irvine, which sailed on Satin day forSau
Francisco took tlio following cargo:
Theo II Davles & Co, 5:!Hl bags sugar;
F A Scliacfer & (Jo, 0302 bags sugar; O
Jlrewer & Co, 12,010 bags suenr; Castle
& Cooke, 1231 bags sugar. Totals:
sugar, 25,9211 bags ; tonnage, 1012 tons.
Domestic alite, $131,249.11.
lulu, April Cih, by the Itcv.' Alex.
Mackintosh, Alexander Murray
IIuwett to I'aullno Aschelman.
DICKSON -To tho wife of Thomas
DIoUfoii, a sou.
I 7 ASTER Hats for Ladles, Easter
li Hats for Mbses, Easter Hats for
Children at Chas. J. FlslielS. f.17 lw
N Immense assortment of Trimmed
EusterHutsat Chn. J. Flshct's.
stock of Ladies' and
Chltdieii's Trimmed Hats can bo
Keen at Cha.s. .1. Flsliel's. fW7 lw
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A wiiiMxn M-hoonci i- till port llil-
Mikado librettos nic fur tiiU liy
llaiiniiiin News Co,
('u.. .1. Ludtiigcn h-a it'lin'il
fiom the lit tit of 1 tin I A- Co.
Tai Wo Chan, slinoniiikei mil
saddler, Iimm u curd i'liowheie.
lllllUHAM SoloUlntl, II Hawaiian
Mormon, letniriod fiom S.inpui lis
the Mm iioua.
A cow, n saddle houo, it piano, a
bewing machine, and u typewiilcr
lire ottered forealo
Tiik tiitineiirs on tlio King sheet
llni', yesterday nfloiuooii, pudental
ti succession of juiiiH.
"Tin: Spider und tlio Fly," got it
.mil baseball goods don't forget it
at the Uptown bookuloic.
Tiik I', S. S. Mohicnu will probably
have her Mtoicsnuid bo leuily ti sail
for Samoa on or befoio nine o'clock
Tin: Oiilm Kvaiigi'licul Aoeialion
(mil iic ("ongiemitional) coneliided
an intero'tintf (piarteily session in
Honolulu last Friday.
Tun Pailciili eaes will not be cull
ed in tho Supreme Com I till the
Chief Justice gives a docMnn in lho
conte."led election cute.
I'ouoT. .liislice Foster lias decided
in favor of the Chineso Thcntio
nclnr.o, who were clmigcil with coin
moil nuisance m iiecount of Ibcir
Tin: box plan for the Mid.nlo to
mm row night opened at L. .1. 1.eiey's
olfico at il o'clock this inoining. lly
tlio middle of the day every seat was
Skvk.v pei sons foifeitrd bail of ifC
each for drunkenness this morning,
while two who answered to their
names ucro let oil' for half tho
A ruorodRAi'ii of Joe-Joe, thu dog
face man, who caino lieic on the
Mniiposa Fiiday afternoon, will bo
mi exhibition nt the milkshake stand,
Waikiki, during this week.
Tin: new buildings of the Xottli
Vaeifio Missionary Instituto cost
$003U.7o, and another $1000 is re
quired to furuich thb looms, build
new fences and grade the giounds.
Pit S. 11. Swift, tcpident, pliysician
of tlio leper settlement, Molokai, de
sires to thank Hon. John T. Water
house, jr., and others for clean rags
and old clothe, which lie has.iceciv
cd fiom tinio to time.
C'h&tav A. SomiMAN Ii.ih stinted in
the carriage trimming business at tho
workshops of W. Wright it Son, and
having a good stock of inateiial is
prepared to give satisfaction.
P. J. Siieuwoodis still to bo found
at the Long Branch But lis, Waikiki,
whore every convenience for salt
water bathing is provided for men,
women, and children on the smooth
est piece of beach on that shore.
McCandlepm Bros, have struck
watei in copious supply at Kahiiku,
after boring -120 feet. It lises 15
inches from a 9$in. pipe, the laigcst
over employed here in an artesian
well. At ITonoiilitiU the boiing is
!(10 feet and in tho bed rock.
Eastcu services were well attend
ed in the ltoman Catholic, Anglican,
and Congregational churches. Kov.
Archdeacon Shaw, of Yokohama,
and Itev. F. L. Warleigli, chaplain of
II. 1J..M. S. Champion, aided lho
local clergy in tlio St. Andicw's
A vco.vi. conceit, wilii banjo ac
companiment, at tlio Snow Cottage,
Hawaiian Hotel, Saturday night,
given by the Cillig party, assisteil by
tlio baud boys, was greatly enjoyed
by a number of outsiders who con
giegated about tho house and listen
ed for horns. Mr. Cillig has a line
voice and Mr. Unger is positively
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge,' I. O. (.). I,
Hand concert at Kminn Square,
Hawaiian Lotlgo No. 21 F. ami A.
M., at 7:30.
Staff anil lino olllcers Honolulu
Annual meeting Hawaiian Jockey
Club, Hotel, 7:30.
The sale of watchmaking anil jew
eler's stock of the late J. II. Kogors,
by J. 1 Morgan on .Saturday,
At the sale of effects of the Hono
lulu Yacht ami Boat Club, ?l!i,"i was
realized exclusive of outside boats
put into thu sale.
Chas. T. Wilder bought tlio rac
ing boat "Unknown," or tho "Chi
nese boat," for S 12.
W. Greig bought for the Hcalani
Roat Club, tho barge Kapiolani, for
8170. The Gritlin, or Liliuokalani,
race boat fell into tho saiuu hands
The Kalnlani was bid in by C. W.
Alacfarlanu, of the Honolulus, for
There was lively competition over
the II. Y. & It. C.'a banner, some
of their antagonists wanting it for
practical joking purposes. It fell
to tho Myitlo float Club at 89, or
about doitblo or treble its value.
Proceeds of the two Anion aggre
gated 81 22.-1.
opciiinu r i in- tin u 'id in. .-ills,
fh mm' nr iiiMtirici'tliitiiMi.
ThuApiil term of thu Supreme'
Com L opened tit 10 o'clock this
morning. Mr. Justice llickoilon
pieslilul ami the following membeis
of tlio bar weie present : His Kxeol
lency C W. Aslifotd, Attoruey
Gen'enil, Mi. Chailes Crelgliton,
Deputy Altorncy-deneial ; Messrs.
I'liul Neumann, W. IL Castle. An
tone Kn-ii, W. (.). Smith, Win. Kos-
ter, W. A. Whiting, V. V. Ashfonl.
V. M. Hateli, A. P. 1'etcison, J. 1..
Kauliikou, W. C. Aelil, J. W. Ka
lua, J. A. Mngoon, J. If. Maiciiaba,
J. JI. 1'oepoe, J. JI. Davidson,
Henry N. Castle, S. Iv. Kane, Gard
ner K. Wilder, V. li. Caiier, W. C.
Parke, S. K. Kaco, and Kuocli
Johnson. Jlarshal Sopor was olllccr
of the Court, and Air. Henry Smith,
Cliiuf'Clcrk, was at thu desk.
On the opening of the Court the.
Attorney-General announced the
change in his Deputy, presenting
the commission of Charles Creigh
ton, appointed in place of A. P.
The following persons, each
chaiged with either conspiracy or
riot, werecnlled and slool up in tun
ranks, there being over AO of them:
Ivnhttnkr.i, Hamuia, Kaona, Kuka
iilnlii, A. IC. Palekaltihi.-Ki II. .Ma
huka, S. Iv. Pun, Kailianii, George
Kaili, Kaimimnku, Knnlokai, Sam
Lelco, George Maxwell, John Ktuii,
Adam Kaco, George llakcr, David
Kalinkiila, Thomas S)cnccr, Kani
kalio, William Perry, Piipulc, Na
ihe, Hoomaununnui, S. Kiln, 1'obert
Palau, Nahiiialau, Auwae, Katihi
koa, Jlatiuel Kaaua, Kalihi, Pamnln,
Polikapu, Jfoscs JL-iknliihi, Jlanu,
Nnmcliana, Kaiiiniknlon, John Kelii,
Jolin Palnu, Nakai, Solomon Ka
lialehili, Kawelieiia, Knhoomahele,
Keawe, Jlukolo, John Hapa, Kanoa,
Kamal, S. K. Kaiue, Wain, Hiram
Kaaliu, U. II, Kahananiii, A. S.
Jlahaiilu, and Juno Davis.
The Attorney-General said : May
it please the Court: The political
disturbance out of which these cases
grew was led by a number of men,
chief of whom t It. W. Wilcox, who
hits had a trial before n jury of his
countrymen, involving all or nearly
all which would come before a jury
in tlio case of any of these men. A
number of others were not prose
cuted because they were used as
Crown witnesses. It is the opinion
of the Crown that it is of no practi
cal utility to prosecute those, as
after the acquittal of Wilcox it is
not likely any of these men would
be convicted. There aro other
reasons which it is not necessary to
state, thinking that these arc sulll
cicnt, and if this honoinblu Court
considers them so, or lias other
reasons of its own, we ask that leave
be granted to enter n nolle prosequi
in each of these cases.
His Honor, addressing tho inter
preter, said : You may say to those
men, Mr. Wilcox, that the motion
of the Atlornoy-General was sub
mitted to mo a few days ago, and
you have now heard what the honor
able gentleman has said. The Court
grants the motion, and gi'C3 leave
for a nolle prosequi to be entered,
and orders the discharge of these de
fendants. The defendants with pleased if
not surprised looks then disappeared
into the dense crowd watching the
The Court announced Hint cases
would be heard a3 nearly as possi
ble in the order in which they ap
peared on the calendar. Then fol
lowed tlio usual arrangements re
quired in cases of retired or absent
counsel, after which indictments
were presented on the Hawaiian
jury calendar. The Deputy Attorney-General
said lie expected to be
ready to try Hapu for murder on
The trial of Kahaku for larceny
began before a native jury and is
now in progress. Creighton for the
Crown, Kane for defendant.
Kuna, Hawaii, has beeiigalheiing
oranges iu no small -quantities dur
ing the past month. Frequent show
ers of rain are making fat pastures
for cattle. Some of the landholders
arc making brave attacks on the
pestiferous lantana. Cane planting
is the fashion of thu present season.
Cane versus lantana will doubtless
result iu a unanimous verdict for
the plaintiff. The natives had it,
after the arrival of last steamer, that
there was a grand row among the
Knliinas in Honolulu. The Audit
orial racket strikes lightly on these
shores, as there is no jail to shut up
the prisoners in, no prisoners to be
.shut up in the jails, and no police to
shut them up. The climatic condi
tions arc unfavorable to the develop
ment of ructiousness. Hence peace
and quietness prevail despite tlio
execrable apologies for roads
continue to streak both shore
Kealakekua, April 2, 1890.
A BANKRUPTCY CASE.
Chief Justice Judd this morning
heard and gi anted the petition for
acceptance of accounts and discharge
of J. F. Ilackfeld, assignee of the
bankrupt estate of S. K. Kamnl
pelckauo, of Molokai, F. JI. Hatch
appeared for petitioner. It was
ordered that lho account bo accepted
and that, ou filing receipts for llrsl
and llual dividend, the assignee bo
discharged. Total claims in' the
ease were 81811.59; amount availa
ble for distribution, 8900.21, or a
dividend of 18 9-10 percent.
Ullpp.N II llo.
Thu late rehearsals of the Mikado
troupe show excellence of east and
elioins. The patient ami capable
leadership nl 1'iof. Smnlet is mani
fest, as well as the skilj or Mr. J. V.
Brown ti manager. All phases of
the music nic inteipteted tilth thiol
ity and acted ttUh spirit.
To enable the liearet'i to nt oni'o
concentrate attention upon the exe
cution of tho play rather tlinn to the
deciphering of the plot, a synopsis
of the story U given below. Like
nil of GitbeilN compositions the
Jlikado base its claim for lavor
more on allurement of ornamenta
tion than on symmetry of form.
The- opening chorus is fiom a
body of Jnpauesc com tiers. At the
conclusion of the chorus Nanki Poo
rushes iu laboring under consider
able agitation. He makes no en
deavor to conceal its cause but in
distracting accents requests itilornia
lion concerning Yum Yum, who is a
beauteous maiden and not a brand
of cigars. The Oriental gionp an
swers lite qnety with Yankee direct
ness by asking, "Whoar(onV" In
a catching song he informs them he
is a minstrel and gives :i sample of
his style, Pish Tush enters at this
jimcliue and demnnds tho nature of
the singer's business with Yum
Yum. Whereupon the troubadour
sets fortli that formerly when a
member of the town band lie had
wonlhcheait of Yum Yum, who,
however, was already betrothed to
one Ko Ko, her guardian. Ko Ko
being a tailor, was, of course, more
successful in his suit, and tho dis
heaiteneil Nanki Poo lied from the
town in despair. Subsequently a
ruuibr reached him that Ko Ko was
condemned to death for tlirting.
Buoyed by the hope of requited
love" ho had down back in search of
His happy elation is dampened
by the announcement of Pish Tush
that Ko Ko had been released from
incarceration anil advanced to the
otlicc of Lord High Kxecntioner of
Titipu. At this point Pooli Bah ap
pears on the scene. This individual
occupies all lho olllccs outside of
Mikado and Lord High Kxecntioner.
In llowing verse Pooh Bali, having
been privily "grensed" by a tender
from the tender young swain, ic
oitcs that Yum Yum is returning
from school to wed Ko Ko and ad
vises Nanki Poo to go where the
woodbine twineth. While the un
happy lover is indulging in a sad
wail, Ko Ko enters preceded by an
obsequious retinue. He narrates the
curious chances which have raised
him from the jail to his present high
position, expresses his gratification
at the reception accorded him, and
promises to nc ever ittligent tn ins
profession. In a song he catalogues
"a little list of social offenders"
wiio "never will bo missed." Ko Ko
then consults Pooh Hah in reference
to tlio approaching wedding. The
ndvico of that worthy is multiplied
by tho number of ofllces of winch lie
is the incumbent.
A procession of sjcmiuary girls
heralds the approach of Yum Yum
who is atlonded by Peep Bo and
Pitli Sing. The trio then sing them
selves into general notice as "three
little maids from school." Yum
Yum's embarrassed reception of the
embrace of Ko Ko develops into an
coger rush toward Nanki Poo who
enters from the other side. The
rivals arc necessarily introduced.
Nanki Poo apologizes for his infatu
ation but Ko Ko rather exults In it
saying he loves Yum Yum himself
and is glad to have such competent
endorsement of his taste. Just then
Pooh Bali attracts general attention
by his peacock "frills." Yielding
to the earnest entreaties of Ko Ko
ho bestows a patronizing greeting on
the "little gills." His indignant
outburst at the resulting levity in
duces the tittering maidens to voice
an apology, after which all retire
but Ynm Yum.
Shu indulges in artless maiden
meditations which nro agreeably
interrupted by the entrance of Nanki
Poo. During tho interview the lover
conveys the startling information
that he is tlio Jlikado'n son and ex
plains the cause of his disguise. Ho
had inllaincd tlio affections of an
old maid named Katlsha who lived in
his . father's court. The Mikado
gave him a week to marry Iter witli
tho alternative of perishing on the
scaffold. Not relishing either, he
lied. As J ho couple are alone it is
but natural that the shyness of Yum
Yum should yield to the ardor of
her lover, who sings of his honora
ble .reniinoiallon of caresses and
kisses, ut tho snino time bestowing
the osculations of which duty de
mnnds a denial.
Their exit is followed by the en
trance of Ko Ko. His rapt soliloquy
on tho retiring Yum Yum is in
terrupted iry tho delivery of a mes
sage from tlio Mikado brought by
Pooh Bali and Pish Tush. The lot
tor contains unwelcome tidings. .Un
less an execution shall occur within
one month the oflice of executioner
will bo abolished. The dismay of Ko
Ko js truly pitiable. For where can
a victim bo found? The suggestion
of Ids friends that he may experi
ment on himself does not command a
very enthusiastic acquiescence on his
part. Pooh Bali declines to bo a
substitute. Ko Ko is left alono to
musu over tho gloomy outlook.
Nanki Poo enters. It soot) trans
pires that the unhappy lover intends
to end his life. Ko Ko kindly offers
to assume tho contract of icliring
him from existence. Finally Nanki
Poo offers tn submit to execution if
allowed a montli of ti niried felicity
tith Yum Yum. After onie hesitn'
tion Ko Ko consents. Pooli Bah
and Pish Tush re-entering to learn
Ko KoS decision urn iiiloruied of
the substitution. Yum Yum nml hu
ttto f i lends, Pitli Sing and l'eep
Bon, enter and gouonil felicitations
eiisito. KntMm sit ides majestically
in and claims her reci caul betrothed.
She addtcs-.es a tirade to Yum Yum,
In her nngcr slie threatens the dis
guised minstrel with exposure but
lie causes her to be overwhelmed i
with Interruptions jut sisshe is about .
to reveal his identity. Katlsha, frus
trated in her attempt, declares her
purpose of appealing .to the Jllkstdo
uud rushes awny iu indignation.
Tlio curtain descends to allow gen
tlemeti in the audience .iu oppor
tunity of going out to see friends.
Thu cuitain rolls up disclosing
Yum Yum undergoing certain toilet
amendment. The conversation
with her maiden friends diifls to
the honible execution which will
end iter brief honeymoon. The en
trance of Nanki Poo and I'ish Tush
soon dissipates the gloom. Soon the
lovers aro loll alone, and the'r tif
feclioHuto design ar'e marred by the
entrance of Ko Ko. lie hopesthey
tton't mind him and Waists on being
n witness of their endeai inputs. At
length hu ha? his eompeii -saliou
iu announcing that the
wifu of an executed man must bo
buried alive. A sensation results
over this "how-dc-do," and Yum
Yum leaves the rivals. Poo Bah
enters iu haste announcing the ap
proach of the Mikado. Ko Ko in
alarmed haste urges Nanki I'oo to '
marry urn urn anil lice. The ar
rangement is accepted.
The entrance or the Jlikado is the
signal for a lot of general ptostta
tion and salaams. In a song he al
ludes witli animation to li is personal
worth and Katislia who is with him
docs not fail to cull altcntion.to the
viituos of ids daughter-in-law elect.
The Jlikado then gives his views on
the "punishment titling the crime."
Ko Koobseqiiiously informs the mon
arch that an execution had taken
phce agreeable to Ilis JIajesty'w
wishes and refers to the various olll
com embodied Ih the condensed
shape of Poo Bah for continuation
as witnesses. Ko Ko then graphic
ally describes the struggles and con
tortions of the victim and is second
his little liction bv Pitti Sing
and Poo Bali.
The Jlikado tliciijexplains that he
is not so much in quest of an exe
cution as of his sou who had bolted
from the imperial roof and was now
masquerading as u second trombone
player. Thu consternation of Ko Ko,
Poo Bah, and Pitti Sing is not allay
ed by Katislia's reading the coro
ner's certilleaUr; the death of
Nutiki Poo. ' T'lic ' trio prostrate
themselves with profuse apologies
and pleas for executive clemency.
The. monarch makes kindly allow
ance for the unfortunate mistake
and outlines the pleasant penalty in
reserve for compassing the death of
the heir apparent, t Consoling prom
ises of boiling oil and molten lead till
the poor wretches with a spasm of
boisterous glee l'lien after the
retirement of Uj Mikado and Ka
Nanki Poo 'and Yum Yum em's
the stage at this moment. Ko Ko
declares the Mikado's anxiety to see
his son. But the son does not
brighten up at the prospect of again
meeting Katislia. At length, how
ever, lie suggests IhutKo Ko should
marry her. This brilliant opportu
nity is acceptcd.by Ko Ko witli tho
enthusiastic accord, indicated by
grimace sand bodily collapse. Ko Ko
is left alone. Katislia enters and
sings licrjwnes. KoKo makes known
his presence and. overcomes her
aversion by a mas'terpiecu of elo
quent wooing. ,
The entrance of thc Jlikado and
his suite causes them to full pros
trate and iuiplo're moicy. Luckily
tho heir apparent aqd his wifo Yum
Ynm present themselves also implor
ing clemency. Thb alleged execu
tion is Ratisfuctorjly explained by
Ko Ko. A joyous chorus follows nud
thu curtain drops on general felicity.
" MIKADO "
L J DUETTOS.
A Limited Supply
i-'oit WAi.io :
M OK NTS EACH.
TAI Wp CHAN,
Manufacturer of I.ndies'
French Kid & Calf Skin Shoes
I'l'lftri'il or Nl-wViI; nlnn, MikIiIIi-n.
!W Niiiiiiim St., : : : 1'. O. lb .v VOL
riMUS well. Knott li tious- bus iijiniii
JL cliiingvd ham).., Jim Ilea, ihu'brM
cook In tlio city,, lins repiirulmved the
stock mid llxliir)-",' n'nd will slarl thi
restaurant nfrcih TUK&DAY, April fith
Hoping all patrons will give him a call.
uoMin rr.it wi.kk.
Omcr Boom : f l.,'(i
Single Mesh.....-..,) 2.',
I'livulu Uooin...,j. .-. r.VI
Slni'lu Monls...,,.-...'. il'i
Dinners, both nianis,, :i'j
' '-'Vvt .'UN HKK,
Ml lw V,.v ;' 1'iopilelor.
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract Fro.u Auuual
"We purpose placing iu your hands to off.-r to the public nn ludoni
uity Bond. Many will lie 'attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with sissesH over S I0.r,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its intiiusiu merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you aro
now ablu to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as noVitber company will for u number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"1IF.NHY B. HYDK,
Hi" Send (or illustrative pamphlets, or eill in person on the under
si z tied,
ALEX. J. CARTWmCHT,
General Agent for lho Hawaiian Islands, Kqnitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-VO
A l.AltliF. AsSOBTJIKNl' OF
AMATEUK OUTFITS 1
Fiom tS.'.0 to M00 Each.
The M. A. SF.KI) and the CAKIUJTT DItY IM.ATT.S.
The YKAIt BOOK OF l'HOTOOKAi'HY,
IMMTLSH rilOI'OOBAl'IIK; ALMANAC,
AMKHICAN ANNUAL OF I'HOTOORAI'JIY
And PIIOTOOKAPHIC JIOdAICS
HOLLISTER & CO..
IOU t-'OHT MTItKKT.
11. It. Ilr.ximv, President it Man-igi-i- 'Jons- Kx, Vice-President
Goiifkky Huown, Sccrutat r S. Tu-asiiror. Giion. Itisowv, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppti. Hprecki'ls' ItuiiU, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
lMTOinTCUS and DKALKIIS I.V
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Geauine Hnviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwscd
1'i.mn, Lihraiy & Stand Lamps, Chandelier ,v lilectnlinri',
Lamp Fixtures of nil kinds, . complete :uoitni't of Hi ills it Fikv,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES if EVER! DESCRIPTION !
Tho "G.uclle" :i-whiol.-d Hiding 1'low & KqusiliPi,
Bltiehriud Biee Plow, l'lantcrs' .Srr-cl & (iooscneeked Ho-so,
LAKIJ, I'YLI.N'DKU, KEKO.SLWB, LTNSECU,
I'nints, Varnishes & lluclies, Manila A Sisal Hope-,
handles of all kinds,
Hoho, Homo, -Homo,
UUBBEB, WIRE-BOUND of lup-iior quality, & STEAM,
Agate lion Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table ,t 1'oekel Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Caps, The Celebrated "Club" JLiohiuu-Iiwded Caitridges,
Hni t'rt l'.itent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipo ,v Bolt Threading,
lLirtmnn's Steel Wiro Fence ife St-.tl Win- Mai.',
Wm. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Itaugf
Gate City Stouo Fillets,
"New IWrss" Twist Drill',
nov-29-S9 - Neal'H Carriage 1'aiuU
c hUAltKK .Mutual Telephone ."stock
KJ - No. 'Jiii. lY'i-hous ate warned
against negotiating the same as itausfcr
has been stopped.
.-ii; iw .i. ii. voDr.iiousn, .m.
YOUNG Woman lodo geucial hnnt
wmk. itcleieuees requited.
Apply nt doro of
C. J. 1TS1IEL.
f IMIK annual meeting of the members
L of the Hawaiian Jockey Club will
bo buhl on MONDAY, April 1th, nl 7;!W
o'clock i'. m., fit the llnwHlbm Hole'.
(J. U. IIKHUIJK,
6bl lil .tk-crotiiry.
''I'Mli: adjourned nnuual ineetiiii; of
1. thu stockholders of the liner.
Ifilanil Steam Navigation Co , (LAI), will
be held nt the olllce of I lie Compiiny on
Tl'KSDAY, April 8lli, nt 10 o'clock a. m.
J. L. MoLEAN,
.111! td Mercury.
lYoplo's leu & I.elrljcrut-
riillH oillco of ihu above Company Inn:
A. been removed tn tho promised
ou-upied bv Mciin. J. E. lliown .tCo.,
Old Caplto'i llullditigs, next Post Ollleo.
Messih, .1. F, lliown ,fc Co. aienuiho
ile to collect all accounts. Tele
phone: Hell 171', Mutual 170.
W. O. SMITH,
FicsidentP. 1. A, It. Co.
lluiiotnhi, Apill 1.1S1H). ' TdSjP
IlltPAVOOl) for pnju at HaMtii.in
Commercial Salesrooin, (onu-rof
(iueen mid Nuunuu Bircets. iM tf
Circular to Agouti.
SALT FOIi SALE.
fl.VVK received a few humln-ii ling
of Salt, of thu wry neat ipmllii,
eieh lias; weighing !20 pound, I will
tdl nt u-iy louu&i piice ut $1 each-,
ipeclnl reduction by tho ton Ordrr
Irom oilntr Islands will be romt!y
nMcmhil in wilh 8itifnciiou gintrnn.
teed. Address nil orders to
Cil.is I. Ill HAM,
ftl!l 2 in llaimoipn, liotiolu'ii, Oaliu.
"OY May ITilli, n lloun-
fawmk -1-J within 10 minute' wall.
B22MI of Post Olllce. Mutt contain
nt least Hit rooms, bath and ccok Iioiih
Address "P. O, Box Ill'J." r,4 lw
jutM A COTTAGE convenient lo
JtT?JMm iv Ft reel cm c. Would like
!& quiet place lieu i Hotel. Mo
derate rent desired, Addre.-s "C. (.'.,"
HcM.nTiN Olllce. OO'J if
rpo rent for 1 Month a Largo
L Itoom nr ilcll, eith'ei
eround lloor or unstatr?. tmixt
bo centrally Minuted. -tHS 11
Heal Estate For Sale.
.MU- A. rPWO IIousch nml I.oIb on
fi-YiyiM -A- Hobi'llo Lmie, Pnlamn.
StSiiK Convenient lo steam und linin
c.r. cry lie.'dtliy locality. Lot on
Kitin street, ne.nr tlnrnniiku's Lsne. Fei
nRrticulitrs apply to
JOHN F. IIOWLHH.
Or CIihs. T. Gullel: IH0 Sm
IiOT FOK SALE
FINK Lviil Lot, iOSOtl
A feci; very ilesirablu for
building. Will be fold cheap.
For fuilher particulars fU.
drecti"A," Hui.li.tim Otllc-.
. 012 lw
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