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-r I 1 ? ' ,4 s " " -. Vy II" -1 t,'i .. ? T IK 1Z fijdftilit itiuTIi;fiti WKIJXKSUAY, AI'IULO, 1810. OAHU RAILWAY A LAKD COMPANY'S TI.MK TAHIjV.: IIKUl'l l! '1 in INS. A. M. I', v. l.ae Honolulu.. '!:l.n i:iiO Aiilio Mtinana H:tS i.". Leave Mmiati.i 11 :l)ii 1 :0O Anlvc llutmliilii II IS l;IS M'NUW I ItAI.NS. K. M. I'. M. I'. M. l.oao Honolulu... !i:::o r.'!3(i HUHi Anlvu.Mniiaiia ...111:18 IMS :):I8 Leave Mniiiuiii.... ll:Oo 1:1.1 l:it:. Atiivo Honolulu... 11:18 'I'M !:.:: I it a ARRIVALS. Apillli Ktitir Klnntt from Hawaii and Mint .Sehr Walelm fiom Kaiml .ehr Knalnknl fiont Ivatinl Scliv ICuulllua from Kaliiiku OiEl'AHIUfiiES. A pi II II Simr Miknhala for Kauai .". p in stmr W G Hall for I.alialua, Alanlaca, (Conn. Kan and thu Volcano al III o'clock a in VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW, ticlir Kti Mnl for Hawaii Tim n Ku An Hon for v sikoiu AnibktSO mlder, (irlllltlis for Han Francisco PASSENGERS. l'l'oui Maul and Hawaii pci'slinr K'l iiiiu. Apillll-JK Wilder, C 1 Wilder and wife, JIIss A Kimball, Ilowatd Hitchcock. Master li Locben-telii. Mrs .1 Cm win. A W Itielianl-on, A Tibb, T Kllioll, eien Kettle, Miss Hauuali Low, Airs H 1 Low. H M Ou'teuil, F Mav, A M Sproull, K II IJallov, V Ooodal'e, Mis K II Daniel-1, Miss K Holt, Master A Haldwin, Hon II P Baldwin. V IX WooUcy, Mis S Kuaie, A Dunn an I KM deck. For Kauai per stmr WnlJleale. Apill O A Peacock. For Mnnl and Hawaii per -tmr W O Hall, April !-.) Thompson. Mis K Wliltiniiii, Air Campbell and Col Ham Xnrrl. ForMsini per stmr Likelike Apiil S Mis Fcnnell. Captain Pritebaid. .1 X S Williams, v 11 bpnoniT. SHIPPING NOTES. Tin' steamer Kiiiau ni lived llii- morn ins fiom whidwnid ports. She brought the following eaigo: 200J bigs stifj.ir, 'JIIO baps potatoes. 12 ).! com, :il pigs, I! horses nnil lr.o packages. A pait of tlicsujjartfocson Urn baikentiuo Wll der. and tbe ieU on tin; bark Sonoma. The bat k UN Wilcox is discharging cargo at lliewei'.s wbaif. 'lite S (! Alle.ii, W 11 Dlmond. and Ohaarc II day, out fiom -an Fran-ci-co. Tlii'V may be. looked for wltliln a ilny or so. Tlio Japanese training -hips III y 1 and Kongo, mi l ed at Yokosuka, .lap nil, on Feb villi fiom tbts poii via tbe islands in lite South l'aellle. Thosohr Kaalokal biouglit 1000 bags -ug.-ir fiom Waianae. Tlie steamer W (i Hall sniled this morning fur windward ports under com mand of dipt Walker, tbe chief ollleer, ('apt Freeman haying leinaiucd ashore on account of sickness. The Am bktne. S C. Wilder, dipt T II (Jrlllltlis. will sill lo-moriow with a fiill cargo of sugar for -an Francisco. The link Sonoma will .-ail for San Fr.iiicl-co about next Tnc-dny. The stmr I'ele 1-. due Willi Mig.ir for the baik Sonoma. MAUI'KON'A. Arrived: March HO, steamer I.chiiu, from Hilo and way porl-: April!', fitinr Kiiiau fiom Honolulu: ;, Am teiu VS llowue, llluhm, 10 days fiom b'an Fiau cleo; 7, stmr Kiiiau fiom Hilo and wnyports. bailed: Maicli "0, ttnir I.ehuii for Honolulu; April 2, stmr Kiiiuii for Hilo and w.iyports; :t, torn J O Noith for San Francisco, wlili 10,21'J bag-, sugar weighing 1,1211.340 lbs, valueil at 4(i2, 718 11; 7, stnir-Kinau for Honolulu and wnypoi t. BORN. KEHUH At Waikiki, on April (Itli. to the wife of A. W. Kcech. si aim. L , I .J a SUPREME COURT. The following is the official report of .Judge Hickcrton's remarks the other day in granting the motion of the Attorney-General for a nolle prosequi of Hie insurrection defendants-: 'Yon may say, Mr. Wilcox, that tlie intention of the Attorney'Oen erul to move for leave to enter a nolle prosequi in these" cases va3 made known to me a few days ago, and now yon have heard what the Attorney-General has said. The Court grants the motion, and gives leave to enter a nolle prosequi, and Ihoy arc discharged." Ane Hilo was convicted yester day of assault with a dangerous weapon. This morning she was sen tenced to six hours' imprisonment and the payniunt of 820 line with costs, the satno sentence as adminis tered by tho rolice Justice. The appeal" of Kahatilopauolo from conviction in Hie District Court, Kwa, lor violation of the lUhcry laws ended in a nolle prose qui. The trial of A. Davis for rape is in progress. AT ClIAMlir.KS. Chief Justice Jtulil to-day heard tho tenth and eleventh accounts of M. 1". Hobinson and S. C. Allen, surviving trustees of tho estate of tho into James Hobinson. It was ordered that Hie accounts, with somo low changes made, ho allowed and llio Muster's report therein con tinued. Mr. Justice McCuily granted pc iition of KainaUakoa, by Enoch lohnson, attorney, for probato of will of tlie late Knliumhtiki, order ing Hint letters testamentary be is sued without bond. ?wwsnJNnoKVKKRZCEIakJMG7lnrlMrlMM LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. Tim Mjillo lto.il Club will meet al. 7: !0 this'e onitij;. .Iax. V. MoikiakV lobular cudi .a1e. will bo held at 1U o'clock to'itioirow, On.wnit niiny, is still notivo ami weather tliu latutt fiotn Volcano Tin: coniniiltto on llic I lie iV i ion will meel at tlie evening nl 7 :"). picnic of hall litis II i:v l'asloi l-'cnticrg will liold di iiu' -1'iviee in llio Cieuiian langunj;c at V. M. f. A. hall on Snndav. Tin: logiiliir nionlldy incciing ut llio Hpiil.ini IJosilCluh will he iicld Ihia evening nt their hy.tt lioifc nt 7:!K) o'clock. Mr. It. A. van Middeldyk, who has lately been a wiilur for thu Knglish )icm of Vokoliaina, favored the Ui;i.i.i:ti.v olllco with a vis-it to-day. Tins nun ning'.s Morni was so sc 1 ions as lo Hood one of om piiutcis out of ids hoiiio, iind his nbsi-nce leaves the nHice luo shiirlluinded lo oveil.ike .ill llic inatlcr inlcndcil for litis K.-uie, Tiim:i:-(iL'Ai:ii:iis of an lion:-after the box plan for lite Mikado npcnril tliis ufteinoon, Mr. I.evey liad clieck ed of!' the la.sl .scat iintlt ltpstuii.s and downs-laiis, and many people went tiway disappointed. llv oidor of tho Supiemc C'ouit .1. F. llackfcld, guaulian, lias niithor i.cd.Ins. F. Morgan to nil, Ap'ul Jlith, a lot of land with buildings on Ala kca nlieel, belonging to llic minor children of the late .1. ('. l'llugci. His i:ctlleney II. A. I', ('.tiler him been appointed "Envoy Etia onlinaiy and Minister I'lenipotcn tiaiy near the (Jovcinment of llio United States, as Delegate to tlie I'rtii-Anieiiean Congics now assem bled in llic Oilv of Waliingliui, D. (.'." A iii:avy clecliii: nIoiiii, willi liigli wind and poming rain, struck llio cjty in tlie caily honiij tliis nioining. It was shot Hived but the weather lias since been un-cttled. II may be in leiesling to leant that Wiggins nv dieted teirilic s-tornis foi the latlcr pm I of las-t inonlh, and clectiical dis turbances piodiicing volennocrf and earthquakes in tlie Xoith l'aeilie. His time for tlie Stales was just two days too early lo be veiilicd by the l.niiisvilic cyclone. A DARING BURGLARY. Juliti I-', llnv'ci'n IIdiini; Filter oil mill IMiutilt-i-i'il of Vnlmilili' I'uHsii-n-mIuiin. While Mr. and Mrs. John V. Howler weio at the opeia last night, their house on King street was en tered, ransacked, and despoiled of money and costly articles, The burglar broke the glass in tlie front door to effect an entrance. lie thrummed on the piano and by that ruse deceived neighbors into tlie be lief that Hie people had returned home. A 'hanging lamp was lighted and then used to search the house. The keys of tlie safe were found in a waslistand, and with them access was gained to the treasure. Chief of Hie booty secured were $100 in gold and some notes, two gold watches, diamond earrings and other jewelry. Furniture was damaged and clothing strewed around the house. Tims far Hie police have made one arrest, on Hie strength of slightly suspicious circumstances. EVENTS THIS EVENING. Drill Co. C, Honolulu .Rifles, at7:u0. ' Services at St. Andrew's Cathe dral, at 7 :.')0. Services at Central Union church, at 7:30. Oaliu Lodge No. 7:30. . Mystic Lodge No 1, K. of P. 2, K. of P. at at 7 :.'K). Hcnlani Boat Club, 7-:!0. Committee Honolulu Ariou, 7 Myrtle Hoat Club, 7 :!!(). :!10. EVENTS TO-MORROW. Iteguiar cash sale, by J. V. Mor gan, 10 a. in." Sale of artists' effects, by L. J. Levey, 1 1 a. in. Central Pnion Chinch Ladies lunch. '2 in. JAPANESE IMMIGRANTS. The steamer Waialealo took 71 Japanese, tiO men and 11 women, for Lihue Plantation. Tho steamer Likcliko look the following allotments: Iluclo Planta tion, ill ; Reciprocity Sugar Co., ill; liana Plantation, !10. Tlie steamer Kdauea Hon took for Laupalioehoe Plantation, 10, of whom 1 are women; for Hawi Plan tation 10 men and 'J women; for Kohaia Plantation. .'10 men and 7 women; for Niulii Plantation, 20 men and I women. T7ASTER Hats for Ladles, I'.aVcr i ir.t. r.. Mi.... p..h.... li... ?.-... All Hats for Mli-ses, Kaster Hals for Children at Chas. ,f. Flshel's. 517 lw A N Immense assortment of Tilninied Easier Hats at Ohas. .1. Flsltel'.s. 517 iw WANTED FlltST-CLASS Cook b- a small family. Apply to '!! 100," at A lit! s oiiico, oiat THE WEEKLY BULLETIN JL iidojItiiiiiiH, purely locnl mutter Mulled t.) foreign counlricH. (3 per Milium, IuIly nmjMili Honolulu, "I i. i.Ai'ifii., o, lhsju. AMATEUR OPERATIC SUCCESS. Tlie UKn.lo liy (Ulltiit unit Sulli van I'l'uiliU'l-il lA I. oral Tnli'Kl. Veiy fnvoiabie reports weio heard of the rehearsals of tlie Mikado Opeia Coinpany, compose 1 entiicly of local amateur lalcnt, and llio happy cNpcclalions ihus raised wetc not disappointed in lite first public piodiictiou. The Hawaiian Opera House was lilted even to Mantling room for this event ,esteidny evening. Practi cally all of Honolulu's notability was ropicseuicd in the aiiditotlum. Tlie King anil Princess l.iliuokalani, and lions. John O. Unininis and A. i?. Cleghoin, were in the loyal bow The following weie the dranialis persoiiii': The Mikado of .lupin.. Mr It Munlcaglo NnuM Pooh (hi sun) ..MrW II Hoogs Koko (I.oid High i:eellllniicr) ... Mr HP bishop Poolt Itnli (Lord High Hvciyihlng P.Uo) Mr Wl.-jwers PMiTiishfA noble l.onH Mr V Iileinanu Yum Yum. I RNtcis, fMls Xoliy . ...... ,i i v. ii muiiiiiiill RMcis, f MNs Xolt.' Wards J Mr-.. I Howler of Miko 1.MN-- M lUhmati rilll fclng. Peen I'o. Knlisha (nn eldeily Itulv in low with Xm 1 Po(di) Mh W W Dimoiid Hi-Kiehl (allend.ml lo the Mikado) WT Mon-.ir'al l.o-b-'hu (ailci il.inl to Koko) (icitiude Ilrowu coin's or i.adii:-. Mrs lleiiowil. Mi s.I F lb own, Alice Clink, J.llu Ciiiiuniii, May Cummiii", lluilha Dexter. Ida Dower. Illrcli Fanning, i:aHait. ' May How land, ill is hcoiioNaiuic. Mrs II Lose, lane Llsbuiaii. Kalie Lislinisii. Mi- Livingstone. I ebbic I.vle. Ml-A P Pelcl-on, .Mis- Walker. III'.NTI.KMI S. riiouus or .1 All. HI. W Ilr.i-b. C ( lolel, 11 Daldson. w W Dliiioml, W II UC.ietg, .1 Iluhi-.1i. C Kaiser, F Killger. W S Mn v. WTMo'nvtiral. K More, S P. I'letee. M Pbl'lip-. W ltlcllillllsl.il. Ceo K Sinilbii.'s. i: Stiles. Mr Vaiigban. .1 Wnljiee, C Warren. II A Widcinami, jr '1 hen Wolff. Prof. Heiger and live members of the Royal Hawaiian Hand composed the orchestra, and they were dress ed in Japanese costume like those on the stage. Prof. Sativlet, con duct or of the opeia, was also array ed like'a son of the "Land of the Rising Sun." The Mikado overdue by tlie or chestra, with Mana Wideiiianu for the nonce at llic piano, preceded the rising of tho curtain. When that happened the male chorus burst on the view, eliciting a hum of admiia tion for their elaborate ami varie gated Japanese dicss, their many stalwart figures, and their deft ma nipulation of tlie fans with which all were wcaponcd. They gavo the opening song, "If you want to know who we are," in good slyle, when entered Nanki Poo. Mr. Hoogs had been a star in the Honolulu Minstrels, but this was ins debut in opera. His well propor tioned form was shown to advantage in an acrobatic costume, and, when well entered on his work, his stage bearing was an attraction whenever he appeared. Ilia singing through out both acts revealed qualities that showed he only had hitherto lacked adequate opportunity for placing himself in the front rank of amateur vocalists. In every respect lie bore tlie character assumed id a very cre ditable manner. Mr.Carl Widemann was tlie next soloist to appear. In Pisli Tush's song, "Our great Mikado, virtuous man," lie displayed a clear and cul tivated voice. A slight trace of timidity soon disappeared, and his last stanzas were flawless. Mr. W. Lowers was the third star of the first act to blaze forth. He was Pooh Ilah, the hqldcr of a mul titude of high functions, an exqui site of the first' water withal. His dress was in keeping 'with his multifarious dignities. His acting was simply superb, such as would be above criticism in a professional. His singing on every occasion was admirable. Mr. Lowers, in short, made himself indispensable to future operatic pi odiictions of resident ama teurs. Mr. E. V. Hisliop, as Ko Ko, Lord High Executioner, it might express everything to say, lilted Ids part lo ii dot. He is so well known, in dif ferent departments of the comic stage, that a description of ids play ing would be an old story. The au dience wcro thoroughly amused with Ins accents, his gestures, his by play, and, the aim of lids kind of opera being wholly amusement, Mr. Bishop's established lame was fully justilied by Ins representation of Ko Ko throughout. Tliis review following the course of the play thero is no apology needed for deferring mention of the chorus of ladles beforo their time. They came escorting Yum Yum, Peep Ho, and Pitt I Sing, and break ing forth in tho heralding song, "Comes u train of littlo ladies." Tlie Japanese costume is not second, except perhaps in simplicity, to tho Hawaiian for giving freedom to tho graces of tho female form cither in reposo or motion. When the daz zling array of beauty, in their ne.it and numerously lined attire, there fore, swayed to and fro or danced, gesturing with fans, all in rythmic, unison with their voices, it is hard to say whether tho eye or tlie ear had tho bettor of thu onjoyment. When tho two choruses of ladies and gentlemen combined, the stage wa3 a scene of animated coloring kalei doscopic in beauty, and joining in song they lillcd tho air with a mag uillcent, rising and falling, Hood of harmony. Introduced ns Girded the "throe little maids from school" sang the charming Irio now familiar to Eng lish cais everywhere. They simu lated tlie tittering naivete of glil Itoml willi accomplished tact, mak ing a very pretty pictuie as lhe shielded their faces with their fans. , Tlie trio was also well sung. Miss Nolle had made sevctal enviable successes on the amateur musical . stage, hut never In such u responsi- ' blu tote as now. Since her debut, i however, the cultivation of hot line i talent has been pioeecdiug, latterly under Piof. Sauvlet. Having gain ed eonlidcnee as well as technical skill, she scot eel an assured success on litis occasion. .Mr3. J, T. How ler's high repute as a vocalist cer tainly suffered no diminution, while tlie excellence of her acting m an microtia pail won only encomiums. Miss M. Listnnati in music and busi ness charmingly represented Peep Ho. Mrs. W. W. Dimoiid (Katislia) appeared near the close of Hie first act. It cannot be invidious to wiy that she was the piima donna of the opeia. The character and the inn-ie require Hint she should have been so, and her carrying nut of the part justilied hers nt least as a con eel assignment. Willi a sweet and tlex ible oice, nn intelligent and potent expression, and action of animated grnccfulncss, Airs. Dimoiid imparted a fresh liveliness to llio piece from her entrance, maintaining it with nn (lagging fidelity to the grand finale. Her singing of the dilllcultnieastiies was such as only natural qualities of a rare order well cultivated could lit anybody for emulating. Mr. I!. Monleagle, holding the titular lolc, entered in great state near tho middle of the second act. He was anayed in soinliiegorgeous ness, a.id attended by Hi Kichi (Mr. W. T. Monsarr.it) holding a vast umbrella over his head. The at tendant towering a head over the monarch made everybody laugh willi Ids capital business, as Ids lithe figure swayed, in eagerness to keep up with tlie slightest movement of His Majesty the Mikado. After ids duct with Katislia, the song, "Mi kado," was given by that dignitary. Monleagle in this as well as Ids bearing thioiighout gae thorough satisfaction. I'lte Mikado abounds willi tattling solos, duets, quartets, and choruses, besides containing seveial songs ol a sweetly plaintive character. Among tlie more comical incidents of the play two may be mentioned. Ono is whore Ko Ko tries to "get used" to Nanki Poo's endearments toward Yum Yum, the loving pair be ing only too willing to aid him in his experiments with Ids tender feelings. The other is when the discovery is made that Nanki Poo, executed" on paper by Ko Ko with Poo Hah ac cessory, is the Mikado's son, and the culprits writhe and wriggle in anguish under the cold and cruel judgment of the Mikado. That which mostly added to the artistic effect throughout was the true Japanese stag6 settings. To anyone) at till conversant with the marvelous effects the Japanese land scape gardens produce, the scenes were most truly appreciated, in the first act, tho summer-house, with its characteristic veranda of plain, unpainted wood, tiled roof, stuccocel joints, carried one to tlie "Land of the Rising Sun," and in the second and final act, tlie painter had por trayed to a nicety tlie beautiful grass-roof of a country farmhouse, with all its rural beauty and 'sim plicity. For a first appearance especially, the Mikado Opera Company have merited unstinted praise. Their suc cess is mainly attributable to Prof. Sauvlet tho conductor. His capa city for Mich work, a labor of love to him, was fully revealed to '.he community last uiglit. For many weeks tlie professor had given nightly service to the training of all for their parte. Only a small pro portion of his material approached ripeness for being utilized in such an ambitious musical enterprise when lie took it in hand. Prof. Sauvlet a high professional experi ence, his rare power for organizing, his ability of conducting, and re markable patience and perseverance nil contributed to a result that may well gratify even such a veteran musician. It was astonishing to sec llic professor using one hand in giving time emphatically to the singers on tlie stage while perform ing his piano accompaniment in llic orchestra. Mr. J. F. Brown's work as stage manager had also no small share in tlie whole happy achievement. Thu pcrlormance will be repealed to-morrow night. No bettor pioof of tho triumph achieved in the ini tial production could bo wanted than tlie fact that a throng has be sieged the ticket olllco throughout this forenoon in order not to bo dis appointed in securing seats when tho sale began at one o'clock this afternoon. ItlfiETrNCJ NOTICE. ANKEMJE. HKItlt Pastor I unhurt; wlid nm Somitag, den III April, Vormit. lacs 11 Dhr eliicu ileut-chun (Voltes, dienst In dcr Y. M. O A. Hall iiblnlten. Ml It I'M IK regular monthly meeting of thu X Mvitlu boat Club will be hehl THIS (Wednesday) HVHNINH, at 7:110 o'clock sharp, at tho Club bouse. All members nie leipiested to bo present as business f impoitaiiee will coiun before tlm meeting. C. K. WILDEIE, re I It S'eietary. KOYAIi HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE 1.. .1. I.rvi : l.rs-i i . Sl'l'l I m rso Mil MI.S I III nn HI.IOU (lOIIICllj tj Dl'illllillif fllLVN'D uPlixiXU N'KHIT Monday April 14th When will be pii-mled for the ibsi time In Honolulu A Dangerous Woman A Comedv Dinnii In rive Acts b llaitley Campbell. i tdf Tlds coinpany of specially -e-leeted piofes-lonals cousi-i of the fol lowing well-known popular nelois-iiiil actresses; l.lle Liuuhaui. Kale Dalgltsh. Iloiaee I-.wlug, IniiigenoHbeile. rrankCle.ne-, l)aid Klin i, Will ltobeils. Italph Ciiiumlugs, Tied. .1. Alwooil. fitflrbox iilan for the lii-t iduht will lie open at I, .1. L.-M-y's odlee on Pil da. April I lib, al I ii'elock r. M. .V.M .it Ulj-tflWfl Bookstore.! ( ALL and (iET THE SPIDER and FLY ! Sonie'l hill;;: New And keep youipelf out of liiilhci mitchicf foi .i while. I'M 'LI. LINK OF Base Ball Goods NOW ON H VXD. Thus. (2.T1IKUM, "'2i Iw 1'iopiietoi. TAI WO CHAN, Manufacturer of lidies' unci (JeulIeiiHu'.s French Kid & Calf Skin Shoes Mlllllin OlIIILll. I'l'UKi'il or Menril; nlNii, NuiIiIIi-h. :J3 Niiiiiinu hi., : : : P. O. Ue. 201. apt 7.'.'0 ly Cosmopolitan Host mi runt. rpilIS well. known house h: s nmiin JL changed hands .Inn Hco, the best cook in llio city, 1ms tcpurchnbul the Block ami tivtuicp. nnil will starl tliu restuurnnt afresh Tl'BhD.W, April 8th Hoping all patrons will give him a call. Jio.suii I'l'.n wni.u: Outer Hooni .4.50 Single Meals 2.1 Pi Iv.itu Kooin r. .VI Single Meals :n Dinners, both rooms 'Jfi J UN HKK, fi'JI Iw '"- -. Proprietor. ' von SALE I7MIIBWOOI) for tale nt lliiwalhin Commercial Hide.sieoni", comer o Queen and Nimtnu streets. -118 if FOR SALE AFirst-clasR Cow (lcrrcv Dm ham), :i good littlo Sulille Horse (native bred), u Piano, a Sewing Machine, mid a Typewriter. Apply ut' my resilience on .ludd street. 522 It M.P. OLADK. For Snlu at. Low Kates N11W Phaetons and Top Haggles, Praer null Cold Walter f.'.uU. 1 business Buggie, Polo ami Sltnft; nleo, Second burnt Hacks, Open and Top ling giee, all in good condition; and Hoi-es suitable for plantation use. Applv HAWAIIAN HOTKLSTAUI.KS, 511 liu S I. Hlriw, Man iger SALT FOIt SALE. 1HAVH received a lew bundled bags of Halt, ol the veiy best (pifdlty. etch bag weighing l'Jtl pounds, I will fell ut ery lowest piicn at ifl enclij Fpculiil reduction by the ton Onleis fiom oilier IslamU' will be promptly attended to with satisfaction piuran. teed, Address nil orders to Ciias I. HlItAM, 510 2ni llrihnoipo, Hoholn'ii, Oidiu. WANTED COPIKSnf tho Daii.v Hu.i.rriN, ol the dates t-peellled below, ."(I ceni a copy will ho paid for the ame on dell veiy at this olllco: Jmiunry VZ, lfiSO, it Copied, WANTED 1 (.'oTTACiK coiiMiibnt lo IV titioea caib Would like (inlet iilueii iiim Hotel. Mo. ilci.Uu i cut ilce-iicd. Aridicii "C. C," nou.KiiM onii'c. nyu ti WANTED moi a 'I'f) unit for 1 uiimtli a l.ar.; &$!P I Ibioiii oi Hall, eitliii tUttiHl ground llooi ot upsiaiiH, iiiusi be centtiilly t-ituated. lir I f IJonl ICsttito For Sale. rp'0 Houses and Lots on X. (i)Uo 1,'iiie, Palania. Couveuii'iit lo Men m and tram cur. Very healthy, locality. Lot on ivlni: slrcM, near Haiiiuuku's Line. For paitlculura imply to .IOIIN P. IIOWLKR. I Oi Chas. T. (Itillck, ptoam wwjoi nri I&PKiMNlTY BONDS OK Life Society of the .j Equitable Extract .From Annual Circular to Agenta. r f "We purpose plac-iiii; iu your hands to offei to the public an Indem nity Dotiil. Many will be attracted by the fact that you are selling the bonds of a life insurance society with nssesls over S10.", 000,000.00, nnd will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic inerits. "This, witli our various forms of 'routine Policies will, (as you arc now ablu to (piote the icsults of twenty year Tontines) give, you great advantages over others, as no other company will foi a number of years, be able to show actual results on similar Policies. "IIHNHY 11. IIYDK, "President." tosir Send foi illusli.itive pamphlets, or call in person ut Hie inn ler-signed. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT, (Jeneial Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Kipiitnhlr Life Assurance Sociclv of the P. S. Jan-1-90 i Photographic Goods! A LA KOK AKSOUTMHNT OF A MAT IS UK OUTFITS ! Pioin !?sr.f in .fiiKi p.ub. lI'KOP'AK .CAWERAS'!"'".; Tho M. A. Si:i:i) and the PAItHPTT DHY PLATK5, The YKAU HOOK OP PHOTOGRAPHY, 1HUTIKH. PlIOTOOKAPHIC ALMANAC, AMF.ItlOAN ANNUAL OK PHOTOOHAPIIY And PIIOTOOIIAPHH' MOS10sr HOLLISTER & CO., 10i PORT MTIIKKT. 12. It. Hr.Ntmv. President & Manager. .Ioiin Kn, Vice-President. (tUiii'iiKV llttow.v. Seeietarv .V: Treiisurer. ejr.ou. lir.oww, Auditor. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., C 1.1. U.I 'IMS l.) Onpu. Spreclu'ln' Itmik, : Fort .Street, Honolulu. I.Ml'ORTEItS nod DKALHKS IN Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery, Genuine llavilauil China, pliin and decorated; and Wedejcwocd Wares, l'iano, Libr.ny & Kl.unl 1inips, t'handeliers it KU'cliiliori. Lamp Fixture-, of all kind.-, A complete assot'.ni't of Dulls : Files, PLANTATION SUPPLIES cl' EVERY DESCRIPTION ! Tho "O.uellc" .'-wheeled Ridint Plow .V I-:.ii,ih.er, Hluehearil Rice Plow, Pl.inteis' Steel it lluo-cnecked Ho-i, Oiln, Oiln, LAKD, CYLINDER, KKROSKNK, LINSKHD, Paints, Vainishcs kfe lrrusliCH, Manila JL Kia.il Hope, " HAN DLLS OF ALL KINDS, Howe, Honc, PJ.ow., RHHBKR, WIRI'MIOIINI) of .stip-iior ipi.ility, k STKA.M, Agate lion Waie, Hilver Plated Warn, Tablo ,t Poek.i tJiillury. Powder, Shot vV Oaps, The Uclcbialcd"('liib" Maeliine-loudcd Curtridne-,, HaitV Patent "Duplex" Dio Slock foi Pipe & Holt Tliicadin, llartniau'a Steel Wiiu l'euce Steel Wiio Mnti, Win. O. Fiber'r, Wrotit;bl Steel P.iim;i.s Gate Citv Stone Fillers, "New Proems" Twist Drillr, uov-29-SU NciiI'h OaiiiiiuL' Paim-. Club Stables. LIYERY, BOARDING & SALE STAULES Fort Street above Hotel Street. 477 -X&R BOTH TELEPHONES Jtf-477 The, above Stables sue. now fully eipilpped and aie prepared to fiuiil-li tlii! public at a moment's notice with SADDLE HORSES, Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes, Siurey.s, Hog Cait-, lite. Ktc. HORSES BOARDED llytlie Iuy, AV'olc oi-.Moiitli, And Batisfiietlon gnarantPcd. Special alicnlion paltl to nie care of e.utiagef HACK STAND: -'r. .Me'i'olKiitt r UoIIii-IIh, Oppiihbu tlm Police Slallon. Itoih Telephone-, l.'ij, and connected bv elee- nie hell with .Studies, mi that a hick e.tn be called nt either place. ftr New Packs, Safe Hoises, and (iiiod, Sober Dilvets. S. 1 JKAIIA.1I, "18 lw Mniiiir. 'PHE BEST PAPER tosniivilbu X lor Is thu "Dally lUtllutlti." 0(1 c dIh per inonlh. M ;i.m,HNWH ? .'tntu'irfX-Mrmiittti.'n'' s THU Assurance United Stateo. . UONOMIML Base Ball Goods ! Mre. THOS. LACK. Agent for Spaldint: Hnso Hall puppliis, will icceive per .Steamers Aus tralia and Alameda a full line of tin: latcM ies for 1 -U.BO- The Rules & Regulations for '90 Do not forget tint Jlrs 'I bos. Lick, til Fori mice!, lias the ngenry fot the world renowiti it SpulUiiiK'H Sport ing (Joeiel.s. t3f ('till for ouu of Spalding's Cain login's free. .11-1 Iw OCI0A1V1O- Steamship Comp'y FOIt SAX FKANC1SCO, j Tlio.Al .Steamship "AUSTRALIA," Will limo Honolulu for the nbovo port on Friday, April 1 1th, AT NOON. Foi Fielghloi Pus-nBO, apply lo . WM. O. IRWIN & CO., AsjentB. ri0 iw THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER I. "Thu Dally bulletin." 60 ceiite pur month. 1 A 1 X.L iC fci,il -rj. rf-MJrissertiB ' Vi f.s;v;, -M& )Lj:& '. .