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pwp R3JjjPf..ishji5s9VS" TVW5 I DAfJiV BllTJ-,Wa'IM HOHOMJN.U, M. I., M-.V H, JHUO. .'- iS?3k&iW:T;r'?:?3M&Sl w(v,gS23! f s I A f 1 v r J . 1..Y4 . IP 11 t J t' Hi -9 .SATHIDAV, MAY 10, 181)0. OAHIJ RAILWAY & LAND COHi'AHY'S I I Mi: TAIll.P: . i:t (in.Ai: 'iini;,i, . M. 1.1'llVt' lllllinllltll '.liOtl Aulvo .Mini 111. 1 !i:PJ l.oai .Miitiiinn II :io Anlvo llorioliili 11:1 '. M. ; too :':is l:ii) I. is MWHAV TKAINt, ' . A.M. I.piivh Honolulu... !i::il) Ailivo M 1 1 11 : 1 1 1 : t . . . . I ) : I S I.i':ii' Maniiiiii.. .. 1 1 :(u 1 M. i'. m. ulllll :) : l.s I Mil I :.V! ia::m li .Aithi' Honolulu. ..II :s 'J:'.U WJ ARRIVALS. Mny Hi ll .M ri tf Mmlpn-ta. llnywiird, 1: ',, dn, from Sun l-'raiioi' Stnir Kimiu from .Maid ami Hawaii Slmr MiiMiiil fniiu Molokal tolir llalcakula iroiii Hawaii OEWWTURHSi. .May lo ll M S S .Mur'pna. 1 Is.yw anl. for tin1 Colonics Si'lir Hawaiian! for Kiolau VESSELS LEAVillG MONDAY. Smir Moliolll for .MulnU:il ill i 111 Siuir .) A Cummins for Koulait at 0 a in Srliv I.uka for Koliala Sclir ICa Mol for Koliolali'li' I law lik I.aily l.:iiupun. Kmlcrtcii, fur San Frauci-co PASSENGERS. Front sin l'r.iiicNi'o per s S Maii pna. May M Mi. M A Akoau. K ICIirllcli. .1 P 1-Vici-aml wife. .Mi.1oiii liracc anil 1 wo children, A I loftier. Ml llonier. 1' Lewis, wile, dniiuhter, and iiil'itnt, .1 Lynn. Mi MeCaituuv and child, TIkw II McCnite. Airs llonry Me linite. II J .MrCov, A Moore iinil" wife, Mrs y liulph, Mis M Scliinidt and two children, .s M Savl'nrd. II A Wilcox, W II Worswick, V A .MallMleld. K 11 Miillb, .Inn Staler, and Mi l.'alpli. In transit: 1 for Tntiiila, for Auok Imid, anil '.'II lor Sydney. I'Yotn windward jioi ts per -tinr Kl 11.111 .Mtiv 10 M' C Wilder, O ICaNer, A Vocl, V V Thnnn. II (' Notion, Geo V Hcacim. .M Morri, Mrs L I'nlnmu neid child, lico Kent, A O )owuil, Cli:i- MIco,C II .Mnl.ee, T li Lyon. AV L Dccota and wife. Mis W Y ilorner, and 7S deck. I'lutn Moloka! pei sum Mokolii. May Ill-Ilk l.nnlaliip Hilnp orotha, Kcv I'alhcr M'cndelin, and Hi deck. SMPPK'JG H0TE3. Tlie 'linr Kintiii ctinie in thi- inortiin fioin windwaid pniN wltli li.ll.'il ha Miar, '-'117 bnjjs spud., ::o ha;s corn, :t:i ik;j- lildc, !! Iioises, lL'J sheep, oil pij; and 110 jiltjjs sundric. The. lern KxceNior alrlvcd at I'urt Itlnkely friun till- port on April L'S. Tliu'lliit lik Itlrker ailoil,froin l.mi iIimi for llonohtln on April I.V. The SS; Mariposa. Capr J I M Ilay ward, artived at about ii o'clock this mornlri;;. ti dn- and IS homvi fioni San I'r.iiiL'isi'ii. ri'Scliarscd pilot off whlsl llnj,'. buoy May :!, :il :':-!) pin. Had llhl wes'iurly Winds and smooth sent loMuy 7, theiico to port expeilcncod U&ht noilheast and cartel ly winds with -moot It sea. .She bioiilil iJ.MI.OOo licasiiro, 2l! il.s dry t;oois, 1 liur.-e. !) cases maeliiner.v. 1 pkf;s telegraph 111:1 t.'lial, 100 bxs hKilininoiis rock, and 2.11 pUge sundries. The only arilvals at S.in Kratici-eo f.10111 tills kingdom Mnce onrlntadviees were: May 1 I!r bk Deanlleld. Irwine, 211 days from Honolulu, and the Am lent flora ltliihm. Moore. 22 das from Kidiilhli. The ilup.ntilies were: Apr 27, bgt Wfi Irwin for Kaliuliil; 2!). lik Andrew Welcli. and bkt I'liintei, and on -pr W, likr Irnigaid, all for II0110I11I11. MAIU'KO.N'A. Arrivals; Apr 2lt Slmr Kluaii from Ilonohilit; till Ivinnii from llilo; !I0 -imr Hawaii from llonolnhi; May 1 .stnir Lohna from Honolulu: : t K 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 fiom Honolulu: U Klnau from Illlo. Departure's: Ajir 2:! stnir Klnau for Illlo mid w.iy iotts; 2!) Klnau for Ho nolulu and way ports; :10 tiur Iluwnli lor llauiakua; May 1 tmr Lehuii for IMitiihau and way port-.; :i Klnau for Illlo nnd way ports; 0 Klnau for Ho nolulu and way pou. BORN. l!(lltni:X In Illlo, Mny 7th. In the wile of W. C. Itorden, u (liiiiKliti'r. PUBLIC CONCERT. Tlii) Hoyal Hawaiian llnnil will play this afternoon at Kimnu .Square (ioinmciicing at l :ll o clock lowing is the programme: Marelt-TheY'ildVet 1 ivcriiirc Light Cavalry. . . Muale Slrailella helcction .lerusalem Walt. .Mornenlilaller. . . . ijiiiuli'llle Hon Jour l'ol- Mulier .Suppo riotow Willi Straus .ZlUuff SUPHEME COURT. In re estate of .1. M. Kapena of llonoiulj, Oahu, deceased intestate. I-'irst and final account of O. T. (In lli'lc, ailniinistrator, and his petition lor ilischnru. Onlered that liis accounts lie allowed anil lie dis charged upon his filing final re receipts. Adininislrator'a cash ic ceiptH, 17-' I. Ol! ; aduiinistrator's cash payments, SI 128. OH; halance, S'JD.I.lkS. V. . .Smilli for iieti lioner; petitioner in person. THAT BASE BALL CHARTER. Km rou ISri.i.r.TiN : This morning's Advertiser makes a number of siateinenti concerning what tlio Cabinet proposes to do con cerning n charter of incorporation applied for hy tlie Huso Hull League. The petition for a ehiuter has not been considered by the Cabinet, nml to at least three niciiiliers, including uiyaelf, this morning's paper con veyed the llrst personal information I hut a charter had been applied for. l.unitiN A. Turns iox. OCAL & CEHSRAL HWS, A Ctrl I'Ai.l Ml cot. li) III nil Niliillllll I'lVi: CllillOM! Wi'H' aili'.t('d hlt niKlit lit I'liwmi for pliiyinit f.m tun. Hli. H. .U.Huwiill, I' S.uuo.i, ic ii pasf-onor pnn. Con III!' ul l Mini- liv Tin: Post Orlio Aiili:ili:i ypslon 2'Jf.H pnpi-iis i' ihvp ilrlii l Hy tin1 ,iv i'.ll'.l IcIIi'i.m' mill I.':mi:miii:i: Uit upooinl mm loo in Y. M.C. A. Iinll at TiIMtbii ovi-niii:. Hum boil V wolooine. llAKCHAM. this ufli'l noi.11 :d :!:".(), IhMwccii the Slni.s and Hawaii' if il does not tain loo lninl. TltiiMiluof gofiiU nilil cludlelii lie loii:im; In l''nok I.iiiij; A- l'n is pn-t ponoil till Tuesday, Tdoy 20lli. Tin: Mile of iiiiicli's boloiiging li tlie estate nf I'ook Lonn A Cn, i postpnncil in 'I'lienlay, May 2.ltli. Attkntiox is called clcaianee snlo of lino the llnwaiiau Cniiiauo ing Co. lo a .iecial eauintics by Mannfiiettir- Mii'-si'H. Ileniy D.nios A; Co. inn tlie i2xcluuivo n;;ents fur the Cliinnx liukiiip i'owder for (ho 1 Iitwnii.iu Island. Tin: latet sunr ipiolaliou when the Maiipo.'ii left was ..I)(J (.aliout frame n by the Au-ti.ilia) v.itlt up wind tendency. Mtt. .1. K. .Morgiiu will hold an ini jkii limt eicilil tlade i-ale id hi i-alet-looms on Tiic.'day, W'edne'd.iy, and Thutf-day of next wei k. M i:1nr.1iH of .Meehiinic 'Kngiui' Cninpaoy nil' ri'ities(e( to nicet -it I! o'clock p. in. (iHiioiimv, tn nlli'iiil tin; funeral of the late C. Hiram. Tin: pen ices of tho m-i uuil connre iralion id Si AndnMV'.s Ciilhcdial ln- nioiiow will be at 1 1 :l."ia.in. and 7 :"() p. 111. Itev. Alt"c. Maekinlnsli, pas(oi. Tin: S. S. Zealanili.i will uil foi the Colonies) at li o'clock thi ovo- niiitf. Mis Sophia Henry and Iwo olhcr.s have engaged puMio by her. .- - - Dii. Ili'iui Mcdrow anil wife wcie oxpictcil by t In Maripos.i, but did not come, Then names wcie on (he piinteil i)iiHsenj.;er lit, but were MTnlchcrf old. Tin: I'.iilish l.cnevolcnl Hocicl will meet this eeniu; at the lliitisli Club, til 8 o'clock, for tlie pmpuo of considering how iiiiecn 'iclotia'fi liiithihiy hhall be ohsonod by (lie iociely. Ix the Police Court thin moriiinj,' live Chinamen weie each lined ."fl-l and -i'l- i'osIh and K'litenccd tifini lui.'ontucnl, at. hnid labor for one hour for :unin;:. Clins. .lohn-on mid Dillon p.iid the usual line for drunk eiiness. AX oveicoat WllU'll fdiiiciino left behind at the Aiionopionic may be iccovcred by the owner at the Kail i.iy ilepol. A bunch of koya and a teaspoon found at tlio fame plncf nv;i i I identilication at the Ciitciion Saloon. - - - Ovi: fit the noted anivals l the MaiipoMi was Air. lleuiy .1. McCoy, (ii'iior.il Secielary of tho Han Kiun cico Youiifj Men'. Cliristian AMieia lion. Mn. .McCoy visited lloiiolulu live yens aj,'o, and wa.i hi pleased with the'eity and people, that lie has letuiued to enjoy n few weeks' of needed lost fioni his lint;e and kihw iii't woik in the Stale. Mlt. .Inliii Sl.itei, niiuil-readei, ami Hi. man.iKcr, Y. .1. Hay, who wcie booked (lnouli for Kyilnoy by the Maiipnsn, luivo decided to lny over hero until next steaBior. Mr. Slater who in on a tour of (ho woild, i. fipnkeii of as one of the lento.! ine iliuniK known. On the t:ip down Mr. Slater i;reatly nili(ied tlie paben gers by exhiliitions of liid niaiveloiis power?. Diuiii hi-- -tay hcie one or two enterlainmcutH will be given by him, under (he direction of Mr. L. .1. J.PVI'W EVENTS THIS EVENINU. Hand concert at Kiiima Square, at '1 :.'10. Special services at the. Y. M. C. A. hall, at 7:!!0. Meeting of Hrilish Henevolont Society, at I'.ritih Club, at S. A FATAL SH0T7 iMr. Chnrles Ilirain, the King's concilium), who resided near the barracks, was shot through tho sto iiincli last evening, at about !) o'clock, hy a South Sea and died between one Islander, and two o'clock 1I1N morning. . The facts of tiie case as far as ascertained areliriellythe.se: Hiram was standing on the steps of the veranda of his house when a South Sea Islander named Lui, approach ed and wanted lo know where a cer tain South Sea Island woman was who lived with Hiram's family. This woman lormerly lived with Lui, but is :ul to have deserted him because ol ill treatment. lie had been frequently around Hiram's piemises recently, endeavoring in vain to entice tlie woman away, and had threatened to shoot her. Hiram ordered tho' man oil' the premises, whereupon tlie latter discharged a gun which he held in his hands, hhooting Hiram ub above stated, and then ran off. Tho nun was after wards found in the road. Mr. .John Sullivan who was pass ing at the lime soon came to Hi ram's assistance. Dr. Mcflrcwwas sent lor, hut had no nopss of the patient's recovery. Diligent search was made hy the police lor tlio mur derer, hut without success to the present time, into HAPIPINQS. Kci'f.lntt. I i Hi It ill 11 t!e :ii i... Tin, ('mill 'I'cini.-Htiliuilii unit Ollice I tl'llls (Trniu tin llri.l.t.ris Staff ( 'ot respond ent I Tlie slcamfr Kinau that left Ho nolulu 011 l-'tiday, 2nd iust., at ' p. 111., 111 rived here Sunday. Kb. at li j a. 111. Tlie many passengers ill 1 ready iccouled, with olheis picked up ut wav poits, scrambled up the iron ladder from the urf boat, all glad to escape lioiu Hie ea but sorry to llnd llilo weeping at (heir arrival. Il rained tondily all that day. Monday brought agiceable lifts in (he clouds and there was not an hour Unit one could not walk a block without gelling wet, Tlie sun actually came Into view a few mo ments one time. Since then the weather has varied I'rom light show ery to line, hut always more or less cloudy. Nothing very unusual happened on the trip up. The chancls ran high and there was more distress on board in consequence than all the benevolent societies in the kingdom could relieve. A high authority professed to be glad to perceive in own case of anguish tlie rest of so ciety getting even with the news paper Iraleinity. It is sad thus to observe a disposition everywhere to gloat over the sulfeiings of a fellow creature for the Mike of the poor consolation of thinking that the checks and balance, of fate art working with unerring precision A strong sea was running and high winiHilowing during the steam er's stay at Mahukona. She drag ged her anchor once and engaged in a lussel with the tern W. S. Uownc. Hy the strenuous exertions of both crews damage was avoided. Once the bow of the Kinau struck the for word starboard bulwarks of the lio'.vue, and for a few minutes it was haul wotk keeping the steamer fioni tooling the sailer's rigging. Tlie coast aro unusually green where once a parched deseit tilled the view. This is owim: to (lie abundance ol rain the past season. Ol course the Court term enlivens llilo. A great, number of.jurors and witnesses from the country aie here, and more expected. Hon. .1. Mars den, one of (lie Nobles elected on the independent ticket, is in town, also Mr. Hrodericlc'of llauiakua and oilier well-known people. A big tunaway occurred Monday, a double team in one of Wilson l'.ros.' drays galloping down one of the steep cro-s streets. .The driver pale as a sheet hung on to ihe reins bravely, although dislodged from his seat, and, guiding the frightened aiiiiiialstound two sharp corners, stopped them without damage near the l'ost Olllco. Net day the horse of Mr. .1. A. Scoll, manager of Wainakii planta tion, Marled with his top buggy down Yaianuen110 stieet, nearly ran over Mr. Y. C. Horden, and ended by wrecking the buggy at the l'ost Ollice. Runaways hero seem to have nti instinct for (retting to the l'ost Ollice. Perhaps this indicates chro nic hiirriedness on the prut of their owners in getting there on mail days. Anyhow the Ilijoilos glory in these sijiiiid evidences that, (heir town is 1 apidly overtaking Honolulu. Mr. Luther Severance, auctioneer, old at action on Monday, for Mr. ,1. Walsh, a lot ol 1-1-100 acres on I'ront street. It had a -111.1 feet frontage on the bay and was subject to a mortgage of S.-;. Jl. was knocked down at S'M'i, or SI 10 over the mortgage, lo Mr. T. K. I.alakea. A lot of 2 j actcs with hotio on Volcano street, ordered for sale by Hon. .1. 'J'. Halcer, assignee of mort gage, was withheld. Deputy Sheriff Stevens on Mon day afternoon brought into town in triumph several packages of rice wine distilled by Japanese on Wai nakii plantation and seized by him. At 10 :!J0 Monday night lire was discovered by tlie policeman on heat, in Tail Chong's restaurant at M'ai niiuenne and Hridgo streets. All the inmates were asleep but the Jirta was nut out so quickly that nobody was damaged in cither peinn or property. The llilo boys have organized a baseball club, in which Thos. Thrum and K. Baldwin, formerly of the Star club, and C. L. Crabbc, captain of the Kululaui club that was, are active. There is to he a match on Saturday if favorable weather can be anunged. Mr. d'Auvcnir, traveling agent for the New York Life Insurance Co., is here and reported to have been Ktriking good business. Thos. Muldoon, "the solid man," stalled a high-class restaurant in rear of Mr. Kd. Smith's watch making anil Jewelry store Tuesday. The opening was well patronized by visitors, who were willing lo pay double the Chinese charges, espe cially to get better sort and service uf victuals. Tho barkenliue Quickstep, Capt. Tibhetts, arrived April 2-llh, IS days from .San Francisco wilh gen eral merchandise. The haikentine Katie lTickinger, ('apt. Mcl'ae, arrived on (he 2Slh, :ll days fioni Mollendo, IVru, in ballast. Capt. McRao reports the llnest weather 011 '.he voyage ho ever experienced. The Klickinger leaves shortly with a full cargo of sugar from Walakea mill for San Fran cicco. Tho four-nmsted schooner Puri tan, Capt. .1. F.uicrsoii, arrived on the lith, 17 days from San Diego. She will load 'sugar here for San Fi .incised. AVUhniil :t liivnl in nr..n.:i-,i un i V.-111. LIILIU OIU A ric3 ot 1110 Every Housekeeper Should tlee It ! ;!.! I'd C.-nl in t .l nml (Joility. The Vnv ll-.-i. jf SPECIAL HATES TO JOBBERS. HENRY DAVS5 & CO., Kcluio Arciiih for the Hawaii. m l-l.i lul- 2T Sivint; of o.'il din SIM5CTAL CLEARANCE SALE OF L 111(3 -0 rr MAKE ROOM rr-. JiZBfc z&s ca.voi'Y top cut-uxi)i:i:. i:LL.irn WII'll LAMPS tiii:i:i:-spihx(; toi I'HAKI'ON cvxoi'y top siDF.-im; l.KATI IP.lt TKIMMKI) . FOWHN'C. SF.AT P.UCiCllMAIH) ( TOP ItnifiY ii'iiliiintiu JluLv-v C CIMCAOO ROAD CA Rl'S, ci.-h Jj'tZ)1" The above STRICTLY SPOT C ligures ASII. .lie Hawaiian Carriage Mfg Co,,' Nil 70 yi ki:n snsi:i:i. .'ijl III i ml The baikenliue Amelia, Captain Newhall. arrived on the Ulh, 'Jit days from Port. Towusend, witli l."ili,!li'. feet rough lumber and 8.1,00(1 laths. She starled out and met with a mis hap, when she returned to port. Stalling again after ten days the Amelia met rough weather thai ear ned away her bowsprit and head gear. Site will go (o Honolulu fioni here. Four merchant vessels in pint at once is said to be the larget num ber on record for llilo. Considerable excitement was caus ed Tuesday morning by the receipt of a telephone message .stating that four hundred Japanese laboier weie dii their way into town from Hakalaii plantation. Some people immediately jumped to the errone ous conclusion thai the invasion had oine connection with the Honokaa murder case. The .laps came up to have audience with their Consul, Mr. Kticayamn. They kept stream ing inlo town, mostly wrapped in gorgeous seal let blankets, from noon till dark. The town was per vaded by .lapaiiese colors Ihe next J I hours. The grievance of tlie men is tiiat since Hie change 01 manager they have not been paid for over lime, their contract calling for P.'A (nls an hour for overtime. 'The manager being in llilo as a juror promised to remedy this matter, and the .laps yesteiday started on their return pilgrimage. Another com plaint that the Consul will investi gate later is that of physical abuse, ' the people alleging that the over seers strike and kick thein. Dr. Williams, Government physi cian here, reports having had a busy season, especially with plantation laborer.s. Monday night "Commodore" George C. Heekley, the gemal pur ser of the Kinau, celebrated his forty-lint birthday. He gave a feast to a small company at the re sidence of Hon. John T. Haker, the premises being those on which he llrst began to toddle twocore years ago. lion. Paul Neumann occupied Ihe vice-chair and the utmost jovial ity reigned. Many more yeais of happiness were drunk to George and his amiable partner, and tlio health of the honorable host and hostess of the mansion was honored. Theie was also a toast, to the "liar" and, not to admit shop, it was qitalilicd with the appendix, "Any bar if it is only a crowbar." Mr. Davidson responded as well as Mr. Neumann, lint Mr. Peterson would not budge for anything less than a mandamus. Mr. S. Maeauley, piano tuner, is here on professional business and seems In bo nourishing. Mr. V. C. Horden has a growing trade at his snug stand on Waiauuc niie street, where he deals in news papers and books, cigars and the choicest 'Soft drinks." lie has the Hii.i.inis, daily and weekly, lor sale. Since the foregoing- was written Thursday morninc has dawned wilh the first clear sky for 11 week. The ptospeotis glorious wilh Manna Kea showing a crown of da.zling snow. There has been a breakdown at YVaiakea mill, considerably delaying tho shipment of sugar. It is lim ning again. A roller broke at Wninaku mill about ten dny.s ago, but having spare rollers on hand grinding was icsuuied 111 seven I10111. Illlo, May 8, IS'.iO. LOST (iill.D Wnlch Chiiriu eoutiiltilng iiholoi'iaphs, A rewind will be A liven 10 auv pei .on reluming ald Waich Cli;ii lii to .MoI.KAN IlltOS., eMItll Niiiiiiiiii street. Price ik QiisUif.v I Jttoyai : FOR NEW STOCK ! SlMMXli OAlllM.VOi: WITH I.AM I JliO Carnages I'.KCKiiOAlU), TWO SICATS, I Ml ir,o 17.'. .".Il lunibii make) IJugiry Co. uiiiki'). , P.Kl.OW COST, and out teims aie S. M. SAYFOBD. otcil Host iii) !'. aneltt rl CH in riiiiinliilu Tlie Mr. S. M. Sayfonl, the prominent evangelist and en-laborer of Mr. D. L. Moody, after years of earnest solicitation, arrived in our city by the S. S. Mariposa this morning. Mr. Say ford is about forty yeai of :114c and one 01 the ino-l sueces ful and be! known la preachers of the 1'tiiled Stales. ' His efforts among tlio students of American Colleges have marked one of the most important cvenls in Christian work during the hist quarter ol a century. The gentleman enjoys an enviable reputation as a ready, fluent and interesting speaker and ranks among the leadintr orators of his country. I lis services are in great demand, and only thiouglt the per sonal influence ol fiiends here was he prevailed upon to visit tlie isl ands. Mr. Sayford's special meetings will beirin to-morrow in Y. M. C. A. hall at .'l:;!0 o'clock, and his second service will he held in the Centnl I'nioii Church a! 7:.in o'clock. Singing from new books purclcised for this occasion will be a speci.d feature of the meetings. With .such ;i treat in siore, our people will doubtless aval themselves nf then piivilcgcs. The May Day Paiade of laborers in Kuiopc has been geneially nh-s-rved with great quietne. ami without noting. In France and Spain thousands of men are out on i-tiike from the mills and factoiies. The military have been called out. ;V5 Fl'XJSHALi XOTICH. rpill'. members ol the several t'ninp.i 1. ides aro roilirted to assemble at Ihe ltell Tower I O-.MOJMtOW fSiin ilayj. Mii, lllh, ut II o'clock p.m.. lo ittlcnd die funeral of the late ('has Hiram, formeilv member of Knirlnc l'u. No. I. PKIt OKHKl!. .'..I II A' I.I. iiiciiihci n( Meehiinic l'u'rnic Co, No, i in i re(iiii'leil lo mot 1 at tint llcUTowerTO-.MUKKUW, ,un diiyj. .Ma) lllli, id :: o'clock t m,, in allViul (he lunctiil of Ihe lute ( 'bus, IHram. Pull Die-- I'lilloiui. Per onler. K. J. fiYAN. 5.M 1 1 Foreman. . MEKTINU NOTICE. A MKKTIN'Ool the lliiti-h ItcucMi- leill .Soeielv will he held on SAT- HIIIlAV KVKNI.Mi NIJXI'. May 10, at o'clock, nl the lliiti-h Club, for the pillpO"ii ol lilUluu step (or llin oli-eiv-iiuee of the Queen's lib (Inlay. The annual meeting i poipnucd 'until fui llier notice. 'I1, I!. WALK Kit. .'.IS It NecrelillW LOST r" i;TVICi;X Insann Ayhtm uuil Queen street, a Small .Scut Pin, set with (our dlniiioiids and ruby in center, rindcr will pleni! rctiirii 10 IIim.i.kiin Olllee and iccehe rcwaul. .IH w Willi Fire Departincut u i.Ni)kilil.l OF Society of the Extract From Aiimml Equitable Isle "We purpose placitni in your hands to offer to the public-an' Indem nity Hond. Many will be attracted by the fact that you are selliiig tlm bonds of a life insurance society with rissests over S 105,000, OUO.fJD, and will not fall upon. examination to -ee its intrinsic merits. "This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are now able lo quote the results of twenty year Tonliuii) ive you great yd vantages iver others, in no other company will lor a number of yeaii, be able to ;how actual results on similar Policies. "IIKNKY IS. HYDK, "Presiilcul." Send for 'illustrative pamphlets, or call in pprou on the under- signed. ALEX. J. CAR7WRBCHT, Gcncral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Koch l of the P. S. , dan-l-"ii HOLLIST CL01 nii'oi:i i:i: .v di:i i.w- JN DBUGS&C H E M I C ALS 'I'miI. 1 it 1. 1 -, I in II Pi I f'lllH .'in up.uhn ' (1; F.vi iv ! - tipti n CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO MAXI'FAi'TlTlKKS OP Hg! Ginger QrsrQ alio U1 J 1 S.lXii liXCI.l HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM Full Al.i. AKimT.I) liF KifAULS. ItiHH UT SB'itKHt'. ;:::;: rVOtiUl.l K.utii'iis lir.itid - tiv v (i-.l-b-n Vn.il - Tirr might Steel VV1 With Broiler & Hot Consuming One-third Loss Fuol, either 5Sl4fert'??SKt iKltKM ??t -iWJ5,l'sVMKN in existence ! No lirisk V.'crk About It ! Just a Clean Cut Steve ! "ba Baking Qualities arc Unsurpassed Whose 1'liih (ii.rtu is ol' .1 Irinniiliir I'lini li.iviiit; llii.'i' -arf.u-t-.- wbiuli nro i viiivibli.', -ii t tin t 11 si'p.Uiito top i-itiluri' on 11 In uci'il mi alti'i n-.i 1 1". dnjv; or it tlif nun fin fni'M in ciiui -i' nf iio .Ii(iwm any wenr tbfii tlio 1 tlior 01111 In' turned up, .iiid mi on tbo iitbiiinnkiiiK it vipi.il in durability to tliri'iM!i4tiui'titnt b'Olt .SA1.P. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co., Fvrt titiui'l.oppo. Spi.-ol.ol' II. mk, Honolulu, II. .":is if rwtsrsv. 'I's'i- li. II. Ii:miiv, l'n'sl'li'iit i; .Mamuor. (toin-111:1 ItuowN. Sivivtan iV IVoiisiiri-r. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., tr..i r.i iTJsn.i Oppo. Si5ju;iUi'li' IJiiuU, : E'ovt Stroor. tlonohiln. 1MPOJITKKK and lMCAI.Klt.s JX Gen'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery, Genuine Haviland China, plain anil dccoralod; and Wedgcwjcd Ware. I'iiuiii. I.ibraiy it Stand Innjih, Clumdoliors it KU'ckiliiTe", (.imp Fixliircs u( all kindn, A cumjili'tu asortm't of Drills I Tbo "(!n.i'lli" !!-whculod Hiding Plow it Equalizer, I'luobi.ird llioo Plow, Planter' Saol it (JiiiUoMcckiil Huo, Oiln, OilK, l.AIll), CYl.lXDFi:, UKKO.SKNK, UNKKHU, ' P.iuit.5. Viirni.sbos it HiiipIh'i., M.tuil.i A. riisul llnpe, HAXDl.PS OF A hi. K1XDS, IXosc, .!L B.ose, .tXorto, IMIUHKU, WIltlMIOl'M) of Mip-ru.i iii.ilily, A STIJAM, Afiii.ti' Iron Wall', Silver Pl.ilud Ware, Table it Popkol (.'mlmy, P.iwdi'r, Hlnit it On p, Tbo (Ji'lo.bruti'il"L'litb".Miioltmt.'-loadi,il(liirtiiibj;.-. A lN'l'H FOR Hurt' Pati'iit "Dupli'x" Hio Stook for Pipe it Holt Tlnwulini., Hiuliniin'i. Sti'ol Who Funco it Stool Wiro Mat-, Win. (1. Fi.slmr'ij Wrought Htonl It.m 'us (1.11c Dity Htono Fihurn, nov-2V)-y'.l "Xow 1 ilO&.uh THK United States. Circular lo Agents, rrti, Ei CO t V: S..,ip. Ii.'lin'dii PiilVn' Mmlis T1IK CKLKIHtATi:!) Aie & Soda Waters sivi:i. J 1 1 ti CookingRanges Water Attftclimenta ! wood or coal, tlian any other Stove ItV TIIF. .Ioiin I'.na, Vioo-Pro-ildi.'ut. Cr.ctr. Itnow.N. Aiidltor. A Fil- Of Pioocsn" TM Mi'iIIk, deal's) Ciirriuuo' P.iini.s, ' Assurance : it-. a Ma kJbidi:rij'Ai4 ;& i . 4. - ' ilAW.