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Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
ARRIVAL OF THE HARK "J. 1). BREWER." FULL LINES
A UlCUJiTUIt Ali in VIjVJIV.STH,
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FAVOIUTE
Eddy Refrigerators & Ice Chests.
A Now Lino of Glassware .Mint Received.
Reliable Goods tit Reasonable Prices,
e g a ir &
HAVE JUST ltECEIVEI) Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
1CUI ttlovoH from r to UO HultoitM,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolou Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trwiks, Bags & Valises.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
liiA'TATl)N HUI'I'JJ lOft.
CarpcntciV, Blacksmiths', Machinists' & Plumbers' Tods,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Viunisliep, Lnni) Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr, Jajne & Sons Family Medicines.
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN GJIAGK, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE CHEAT BLOOD
SAESAPARILLA and IEON WAT EE,
Ginger Ale, Sarsapnrilla, Lemon, Cream & Plain Soda.
- ci j -y m ia..; : ci o isit. s
g0- ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE fj
O'l ICIIS'O 8-a'K JWldX 54
Mutual Telephone 330 -s o tsr Bell Telephone 298
F Island oulors promptly attended to. nov-8-8'J-0iii
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UNION FEED CO,
-OFFER AT RED
California Ilay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, liinsuod Meal,
Bur'ioy, ltollcd Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUT ay-Alta, Golden Gate & Salinas- FLOUR
Telephones, No. 175,
t" DimuiKl JLSIoflr," IS'oh.
-SL fc $B& .t -'' '
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
l'ACIFIG HARDWARE CO., (L'n),
Fort it Merchant Sts.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
OC &. 07 Iiiutr Htroot.
and Tin are
DAILX BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1.,
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor $j!H & Bnildor.
Estimates Given on Brick, Iron. Sionc &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
KKKl'S KOlt sai.i:
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Mniblu Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Crnz
Quarry Tiles 0x0 rod, white and blue;
Mtnton, Plastic and Kucniistlc lllcs In
ViiiUiiis piittiiins, nil kinds uf Dininnge
" Ori'iOK Southeast corner Ala
ken and Queen streets.
Mutual -aTELEPHOrVESs'Ball 351
Sugar MacMnery For Sale
1 Putnam Engine lr.xIIC,
1 Three Roller Mill,
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
With 20 Inch licit As Fittings,
1 12xl(i!).18 Combined Vacuum
1 12x12x7x18 Combined Vacuum
I(j8 All In good order and condition,
ami ready for delivery at the end of the
present grinding season. May bo In
spected at llamakua Mill, Paaullo, Da
wall. Apply to
mo l in . Theo. H. D .ivies & Co.
Government Coupons Lost !
A. .1. OARTWJtIGHT.
Honolulu, March 2o, 18U0. ."ill t
FOK SALE CHEAP
A COMPLETE outfit for making and
dispensing carbonated beveras's,
all In food older. Address
5IU 3in Wululiluii, Hawaii.
RS. MONHOH, In.lies nuae. lmb
removed to No a, Kuuui lane
MR II W. OREKNis n:itliorI-.fd to
rolled for ot'r nci-ount.
517 lm J E. HI. OWN &tO.
MItS. OSBORNE is now prepared to
give InMi notions In Fancy Work
at "Tho Arlington, " Room (i. Class
Lessons: Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fildays. Pilvate lessons by Vipeelal
arrangement Stamping and otders
promptly attended to. feb2l-ly
HAVING I'.Mighl out Mr. W. II.
Pat" in the 'Honolulu Cauiage
MunufucU ry,' at 128 Kort stieet, I am
prepaied ti continue tin aliovi busine-s
under tliu old n.mie of Honolulu Cm.
Huge Mnnufnctoiy, nml being an old
experienced caniago builder I eolicit
the patronage of my old friends and the
public in general, and with in thorough
knowledge of ilio business and with e'x
ponei! eil workmen and using only the
best in itcrial I guarantee general satis,
faction Picnic call and sec me belore
going el ( Wieie.
(Siumd): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. Oi-i. a. IS8I).
COTTAGE convenient to
Llrect cms. Would lllui
quiet pluce near Hold Mo.
derate rem desired Address ''O. C,"
I3UM.KTIN OMIee. 5011 if
TO rent for t month a Lnrge
I Room or Hall, either
i mound floor or nntalM. must
be centrally i-llimted 405 tf
Furnished Hou.su To Let
A T Valkiki, a two story
t. House containing six
rooms nicely furnished, with
kitchen, lanui, Imtli and servant's rooms,
stable, etc , to let for a Ie- months at a
reasonable rate. Ur moms will be let
Blnifly with good table board.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Valuable Property For Sale
Hffl ft (N Nutinnu Avenue, a
jftflfIW J newly limiUhed 2-storv
H House containing 8 rooms,
kitchen, bathioom, closets, carriaue
house, stable, hvnery, ete. Grounds
contain S 2.10 acres, well laid out in
lawns, shade and fruit trees, flowers,
etc Will be told low, with or without
furniture, hortes, eairiages, livestock,
and all the appointments needed in a
flrst-clnss tesidence, as the owner In.
lends leaving thesu Islands.
HAWAIIAN UUSINESS AGENCY.
riMlK best remedy for
X wounds, ulcers,
galls, proud flesh and
sores of every desorlp-
'- Hon to persons Tr ani
mals. Adopted by leading horse rail
road, club and livery stables, etc.. In
tho United States and elsuwhcro. We
are prepared to rove this statement by
testimonials mid refeienees to planters
and livciytncu in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN I USINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and Stereoscoplo Views of tho
mosfattrautivo scenery, buildings, etc ,
in these islands, for sale at reasonable
'"HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Fort and Merchant streets.
STANLEY'S NEW BOOK,
London, April 19. Stanley's
book is completed. The woik
abounds In graphic illustrations of
the cknrnutcr of tho inhabitants of
the Dark Continent, and contains
curious details concerning the forest
dwarfs, to whom his letters referred,
and in whom tho interest of the
civilized world is aroused. In his
description of tho dwarfs Stanley
states they possess many good quali
ties which are wholly unsuspected
by all except those who have conic
into immediate relations with them,
and who have cultivated their
friendship. Tho race is markedly
intelligent and possesses a decidedly
higher grade of morality than the
negro. It is the only monogatntis
race in Africa, and stands quite
alone in regaid for the sacredncss
of the marital relation. The dwarfs
are skilled workers in iron and be
tray more ready adaptability to
civilization than any other people of
that region. The dwarf Queen be
came a great friend of Stanley and
Dr. l'arkc, and accompanied them
on the expedition for a considerable
part of their road. Unfortunately
Parke publishes an exhaustive and
interesting account of his medical
experiences in Africa. He describes
an extraordinary disease rife among
the natives in the neighborhood of
the lakes. It is produced by the
larviu of worms, which enter the
body through the feet and extend
their progress upward as far as the
hip. Their presence causes severe
swellings and ulcers and finally
Stanley applies his facts to the
thuories relating to the ultimate rise
of the negroes in the scale of civil
ization, lie places them more on
an equality with the whites than
most of the explorers arc willing to
admit. This seems due to his better
knowledge of them, consequent upon
his Christian sympathy with their
natures and his invariable efforts to
cultivate their good will and respect
At the Brussels Anti-Slavery Con
ference in May Stanley will dwell
on the horrors of the practices re
sorted to by the Arab ivory-hunters
in getting their goods, which are
worse than the practices of the sluve
hunters, since the latter duavc inter
est in their lives, While the former
kill and burn all before them.
Stanley says the forest dwarfs
have- the oldest history in the world,
tracing their lineage back lift' cen
O'CONNOR CHALLEHCES THE WORLD.
The Ottawa Empire publishes the
following challenge from O'Connor:
"Sir, I wisli to settle all con
troversy regarding the champion
ship of the woild, now lamentably
varant by the death of Henry Ernest
Scarles. There is but ono way to
do this, and Hint is In have a race.
Now, Mr. Stansbury, the most pro
minent claimant in Australia, has
announced his intention of visiting
America, while John Teetner, who
has avowed his intention of going to
Australia, asserts that he is willing
to row me or any other man; but
somewhat inconsistently slates that
he is going to sail the middle of
next month for Sydney, New South
Wales, uo matter what turn tilings
may take. It would be a gieat pity
if both Messrs. Stansbury and Tee
nier were to carry out their announ
ced intentions'. In that case I should
be here to row Stansbury, while
Teenier would be there to row Kemp,
all of us being claimants to the
highest sculling honors of the world.
Whoever won in either case would
be no nearer arriving at a decision
than we are the present moment. I
wisli to obviate this possible diffi
culty and also to earn the title if it
i in me, and I honestly and without
boasting believe it is. 1 therefore
herewith challenge any man in the
world to row me a race for $2500 or
more a side and herewith deposit
$f00 with the Empire Printing Com
pany to make such challenge good.
I will leave this offer open for three
months and will agree to row within
three months from the time of ac
ceptance. Teenier imagines he can
beat me; here is his chance; at any
rate until he has met and defeated
niu he can have no possible claim to
a championship of any kind. I hope
that everybody will agrco with me
that my offer is a fair and open ono,
and that it will bo considered an
honest attempt to settle a much
vexed question in the only way that
it can be properly decided, namely,
a good square race. I have no fear
of any sculler in tho world and con.
sider that, no matter how many
claimants may ariso, no man can
honestly be styled Champion of the
World until he has given mo a rate
and won the stakes. Yours, etc.,
It is reported that the French
Government has ordered a census of
the Germans residing in the suburbs
of Paris. It is understood that the
step has been taken so that German
residents without means of subsist
ence may bo sent to Germany.
Tho rush to the gold-fields in tho
Transvaal region has been unprece
dented in history. In three years
150,000,000 of English money linvo
beeu invested tiierc. Cities have
sprung up whore in 188G only grass
could bo found and no habitation.
Tho United States Consul at Leip
sio claims to have unearthed a gig
antic smuggling fraud, in which im
mense quantities of gloves arc sent
from Germany, and New York mer
chants nmnago to get the importa
tions Ihreugh without payment of
MAY 0, L8U0.
SEYENTH ANNUAL MEETING
Hawaiian Jockey Gluli
JUNE 11, 1890,
RUNNING. Mile nnf,h. Fice
for all Hawaiian bred horses.
2nd HACE-"KING'S PLATE."
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
Heats, best 2 In :t. to harness. Free
for all Hawaiian hied horse".
KUNNING, NOVELTY RACK.
Mile I)ah. Flee for all Hawaiian
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
Heats, best it In 5, to luuness. Fiee
5th RACE-"R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP."
RUNNING RACK. 1 Mile Dash
Free for all. Winner to beat "An
gle A's" record of 1 :-iri).
Gth RACE "FUTURITY STAKES."
KUNNING RACE. Mile Dash.
Hawaiian hied 2 year olds.
7lh RACE "HIS MAJESTY'S CUP."
KUNNING RACE. Mile Dash.
Free for all Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become property of one
winning It twice. Won by E. 1.
Mile's "Wonder," 1S88.
8th RACE "WAIMANAL0 PLATE."
TROTTING. Mile Heats, best 2 In
3. Free for all trotters that have
never beaten II minutes. Plate to
become propoily of one whining It
twice. Won by P. I. Icnbei-g'.s
9lh HACE 'QUEEN'S PLATE."
RUNNING KACE. )?, Mile Hash.
Free for all Hawaiian bred horses.
RUNNING KACE. V,i Mile Dash.
Free for all.
Itth RACE POST MATCH.
TROTTING ami PACING. Free
for all not having a iccoid of or
better. Hor.o to be driven by
members of Jockey Club.
12th RACE "VICE-PRESIDENT'S CUP."
RUNNING KACE. Mile Heats,
best 2 In U. Cup to become pro
pel ty of ono winning It twice.
Won by J. A. Cummin "Sur
prise,"' 188U. .
13th RACE "PONY RACE."
RUNNING. Mile Dash. Fieefor
all pomes not over 14 hands high.
14th RACE "XAMEHAMEHA PLATE."
KUNNING KACE. 1 '. Mile Dash.
Fieefor all Hawaiian bted liore.
15th RACE "JOCKEY CLUB CUP," HA
KUNNING KACE. 1 Mile Dasll.
Hawaiian bred U year olds.
5S&" Races coming alter Trotting and
Pacing Races to lie tun between ileal.
5x. Bark " Johu U. Brewer"
Just Arrived from Boston.
C. BREWER & CO.
OFPKIl KOU SALK A
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Corning Buggies,
Extension Top Cabriolet,
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar,
From tho celebrated manufactory of
Geo. L. Brownell. New
Of the well-known Dole & Osgood
Qr Tho public are Invited to inspect
theo Goods at tho stoic of ,
O. BREWER & Co.,
537 lm at Queen street.
Gustav A, Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : King Street.
At W. Wilghl& Son's.
Having lecelvcd a full assortment of
Carriage Trimming Materials from tho
East, I am prepared to exeouto all orders
with noutnes) mid despatch at very rca.
inn an "i rifurinrmni inniTi n in
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
f-Oiir New Allotype Illuotrated
Catalogue sent f ice on application.
I IN. HUTTr.lt KT.,
Him KinnrlNi-o, : : 'nlll'oi-iilii.
Unsurpassed! Most Delicious!
And Finely Flavored
Oriiniiientc it In I'.vorv Ntylc.
Having u leputation of 27 years in
Honolulu and being Ids own woik
mau. Mr. Horn cm sell
Cheaper than al auv other place in the
1CIOII ami PlUil'
At SOi OullurH a Unllon.
Made from tho Wnodlawn Celebrated
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Fac
tory it Bakery. fi'lS lm
Steam Job Printing
This olllce having added a large vailetv
of the latest styles of
To lis Job Printing Room
Is' better prepared than eer to execute
all orders In that line, compiling:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmes, Etc., Etc,
ALL AT LOW RATIOS.
"Daily Bulletin Office,"
At KahiMuuI, Maui, tlieiv will be sold
at Public Auction,
On TUESDAY, Mny 20th,
COWS, HEIFERS and CALVES
PHTTho Cattle can be seen at tho Pen
of Kahlkluul anytime before the sale.
M4 Aw J. C. FLORES & CO.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN Al Vessel will bu despatched for
Honolulu to sail fiom New York
hi all the month of April. Outers for
gooiN to bo shipped by tills -esel
should bo forwarded as early as possi
ble to instil e shipment For further
paitlciihirs Inquire of the Agents,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Honolulu, 11. I.
Or, W. II. GROSSMAN & HRO.,
77 it 71) Huiad street,
18.-) 2m Now York City.
TAI WO OHAN,
Manufacturer of Ladies'
French Kid & Calf Skin Slices
mam: to oiiimu.
I''ISKI or He well; iiIhii. NiuIiIIch.
38 Niiuunu St., : : : P O. Hex 20 1.
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
sale onlv by
W. S. LUCK,
Solo Agent & Impoitcr for the Ha
waiian Islands, 5'.':i tf
.ir'riririia.j.'.irrigTi itirvfYmi.ftiniUiinri iinrrrtrl
ijtiiiiiiii; Steamsiiip M.
From San Francisco.
. July 2(5.
. . Dee 13.
. . .May 10
. . . July
. . . Aug
. . . Aug
For San Franoisoo.
Leave Duo at
Alameda May 11.... May 31
Mariposa Innu 11.. .Juno 28
Zcaliindiit July I).... July 20
Alameda Aug (!.. ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sopt 3 . . . . Sept 20
Zeuhuidiii Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 20. . . . Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 2(5 . . . .Deo 13
Zcalandia Dec 21 Jan 10
Intermediate S. S, Australia.
Leave S. F. Leave Honolulu.
Friday.. Apr 25 Friday ..May !
Friday . ..May 23 Friday. . Juno (5
Friday. June 20 Friday.. . July d
Friday .. July 18 Friday... Aug 1
Friday. . .Aug 15 Friday... Aug 2!(
Friday . . Sept 12 Fridnv . . Sept 2(5
Friday. ..Oct 10 Friday.. Oct 21
Fridnv. ..Nov 7 Fridnv.. . Nov 21
Friday... Dec 5 Friday. . .Dec 18
LhatrHliii flail SirrlN.
Viill MAA FKASM'ISl'O,
The new and tine Al jteel Btcuiimhlp
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, v. ill
bo due at Honolulu trim Sydne)
and Auckland on -r about
May 31, 1890.
And will leae for the abovo port with
malls and passengers on or about that
For f i eight or pnssage, having SU.
PEU10H ACCOMMODATIONS, upj.ly
WM. G. IllWlfl & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tho new and lino Al ateel HicMclilp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from Sftti
Kraiii imio on 01 about
May 10, I8S0.
Aim will have pioinpt dispatch with
mulls and pa&sengcrs for liie.il.civ.: ports
For freight or passage, having SU
PBRlt Jt AGO' MMOUATIONS, applj
17 WM. Q. -IRWIN & CO.. Auents
FILTER PRESSES !
PAAHIIAU Pi ANTATION, J
Hawaii, M .ih !), 1N8. J
JtlHilon Iron .V l.oi'UiiKitlvu Works
Gknti.i:.men: We havo used two o
your 30-Chcnitjimi F'tlT Picsics this
season. They mi i ouveuient, easily
handled and arc winking entirely to on
satisfaction. 1 can icconiiueiui no im
piovement on them
Very icspeoifully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Paauhau Plantation
Hi ma, Sept. 28, 18S9.
Mil .Ioiin I)vj:ii, Agi nt KIhIoii Iron
Puaii Sin: Please ship us one of jour
;i0 Gump u Uncut niter Presses, 2-10 tipinru
feel siit luce, same as tiie one supplied
us hist .cmfoii, which I am pleased to
say ha given us entiu; satisfaction
Gr.o. R. EWART,
Manager Heeia Agriciiltuial Co.
These Presses are made extra hoav
for high prossuic.s, occupy a floor
space 11 feet by -1 1 ct. ami present a
filtering sui face of 240 squaro lect.
A limited number In stock iu Ilono
lulu ami are sold at very low prices.
llis'ion Iron & L"c-. Works,
ItjY For paitlculars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. a 'preckels' Block.
2250 tf W. G. Irwin & Co.. Atrent.
Artillcia' Teeth fnur onn to nu entire
set inserted on .;old, sin nil mliMim
and rubber buses. Ciout i.iio liihlgc
Woik a specialty. TV. peons. wearing
rubber plates which are a constaut
souico ol iuiiiitlon to the mouth and
throat, wi would ueouiinend our Pro.
pliylaeiic Metal Pl.ii. All opeialions
performed in aci-.ir Inncu w ) b tho latent
niproveniruts in dental f.'i cc. Teeth
Ext i Acted without pain l-v Hie nso of
Nitrous Oxide Gas.
rarOfllcu ill Old Treglom Residence
Hotel st 'eel Ki'b.20.88
Dr. M. E. GKOSSHIAN,
Returned on tho Austialla and has ro.
suuieil practice at his formei olllce, 08
llottd mreni 40(1 tf
UIlAXtiE of UICSTDENOE.
lias n mo veil from Fort etrcct to Ho.
t.ollo Lane, Palatini.
Oi'i'ifiK Houus: 0 a. M. to 12 m. and
1'. u. to 0 1'. M
Mutual G08-YdaTELEPII0NES6rBell 476
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