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.WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1891.
Stmr Lelmii from Muu and Tlonoinu
Miinr Hawaii from Paaulmu
Stmr Pele from Kauai
8tmr Waialeale for Kau
Ger 8 8 Independent for Hongkong
Sehr Kawallanl for Koolau
Sehr Mol ithiiie for llauiakua
VESSELS LEAVINC FRIDAY.
Stmr W G Hall for Maul and Hawaii at
10 a in
For Maui, per stmr Claiidinc, June 9
AT Atkinson, Mrs C B Makee, Miss
Violet Makee, Miss J Dowsett, C B
Wells, Mrs Wilhelm and family, Mrs
Blinn, K isharbel, A K Weir, Mrs .1 Kea
loha, Mrs Weir, Revs T L Gulick, K V
luah a, A S Kaholokai and J Kaliuo;
45 deck and 279 Japanese immigrants.
For Kauai per stinr Mikahala, June 9
Mrs S W Wilcox, Mrs W H Rice, W E
Rowell, W A Kiha, Judge J W Maiolio,
R (J Spalding and wile, Mrs P P Kanoa,
Miss Kanoa, Miss Kealoha. C Apoi,Revs
8 K OH, J Kenloha and J Mian; Miss
Lucy Aukai, 221 Japanese immigrants
and GO deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Iroquois, Reed, from Samoa
Am snip t'entenuiiil fiom New York
Am bk Allien Hesse, Friis, from San
Am 5-masted sehr Louis, , from
Hawbk Fooling, Bearse, from Boston
Am bk Matilda from San Francisco
Am bktne Klikitat, ( u tier,, from Port
Am bktne Irmgard from San Francisco
Noi ship Hangesuud from Newcastle,
Am bktne W II Dimond, Drew, from
S S Zealaudia, Oterendorp, from San
The stmr Kinau is due tomorrow
morning from windward ports.
The haw bk Fooling Suey is through
The bktne Klikitat is still moored in
the stream, as also the ship Georgima.
The bark Matilda is i.ischargiug her
lumber at Allen & Robinson's wharf.
HOLT-In Honolulu, June 10, Owen
Jones Holt, Sr., aged 49 years, 3
mouths, 23 days.
WST Funeral will take place on Sun
day afternoou ut 4 o'clock from St. An
drews' Cathedral. Friends and ac
quaintances are respectfully invited to
attend. San Francisco "and Boston
papers please copy.
INTERNATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIA
TION. There was a fairly well attended
meeting of the above organization at
the meeting called for iast evening.
The principal business transacted,
after the disposition of the regular
routine business, was the considera
tion of the appointment of a special
committee fbr the obtaining of a
charter for the organization.
On motion President Wilcox ap;
pointed Messrs. Huntsman, Gold
stein and II. Klemme as such com
mittee. On motion it was decided that mem
bers absent from meetings should be
Mr. W. H. Wagner was deposed
from the position of vice-president
and Mr. E. F. Wolters was elected
to that place.
On motion the executive commit
tee was empowered to frame Consti
tution and By-laws for the organiza
tion and report at next meeting.
Meeting then adjourned.
SUPREME CDURT-AT CHAMBERS.
BEFORE VOLE, J.
Wednesday, June 10.
In re estate of C. N. Arnold.
Petition of Mrs. C. N. Arnold, ad
ministratrix, for allowance of ac
counts and discbarge. ' Partly beard
a ml continued until Friday next.
Administratrix in person.
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Wi IkIuiI ftlirli iIu'cmiI 772 pnllniU.
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with iiiilill. ri'iiii' by tin' rmiiliii'li.t.
TliK MHMiilu r-of the Y. M. ('. A.
art! all ciiiiliully inili'l In jnin tin
Cciitr.il Union Miiinlny Hi'lmol in tln ir
picnic tnMii'irnw at tliu liniiii' nf Mr
j. T. Wati'rhiu.c, jr., in Nuiiuiiii
Mil. .Inlin 11. Paly, TtviiMirer of (lie
Sailors' lloine Sucicly, ilrsircs to
acknowledge the receipt, t li r mjl i Mr.
(J. A. llrowii, of $ 20 collei liil on the
dti'itiui'r riiliiiiilm on Siiuihiy, June
7, for tin; liciielit of tliu 1 1 ' n n'.
The iiHpbalt paveinent put down in
front of the Spreckils anil Wilder
blocks, Fort street, over a year ago
has been taken up and replaced with
macadam. When part of I he us h ill
gave way under Irullic, there was no
repairing ot it possible thort of re
newal. ADVERTISING NOTES.
A change lias b. en niado in the
Tramway Co.'s advertisement.
A convenient seven-room cottage
on Fort street is to let and the elegant
furniture for sale.
The premises at No. .'5:1 Beretunia
street are to let or lease on or after
the 15th of July,
Mr. S. W. Leueher has a large list
elsewhere of fireworks and other
Fourth of July goods.
The regular meeting of the Myrtle
Boat Club will be held this evening,
at the usual time and place.
When you are hungry go to Fr-nk
Hoffman, at the races tomorrow.
Don't forget the place. Booth No. 7.
On next Monday at noon Mr. Jus.
F. Morgan will Bell at auction the
residence on Nuuaiin stn-et, now
occupied by Mr. Jonn. Austin.
The Amplified Third Rank, K. of 1'.
will be conferred this evening, tit the
hall of Mystic Lodge No. 2. Alltiiinli
lied knights are cordially invited to
The Central Union Church will
give a picnic tomorrow at the resi
dence of Mr. J. T. Wuterhouse. Jr., on
Wyllie street. Special return cars
will be run from 3 to 5 p. in.
Mr. Frank Hoffman, the popular
caterer for the New Model Restaurant,
will be pleased to see all of bis friends
and patrons at the races tomorrow.
He has made arrangements to serve a
first-class lunch on the track and will
be located at booth No. 7.
OPIUM IN KAU.
Captain Kreemin fined tur Healing
In the llruc
In the early moonlit morning of
May 26 Policeman Kele Pinao at
Punaluu, Kau, Hawaii, arrested a
Chinaman named Aki with nineteen
tins of opium in his possession. Aki
gave Pinao $20 and Geo. Kanna,
another policeman, $10, as bribes to
let him go. They took the money
and paid it into Court at the trial.
The Chinaman pleaded guilty after
first denying that the opium was his.
He gave evidence that lie had bought
the opiuov supposed to be twenty
tins, 'from Capt. Freeman of the
steamer W. G. Hall, paying $1M on
account of the $300 demanded. The
officers testified they had watched
Capt. Freeman's movements from
concealment, and when he went away
from some lumber piles they went to
the spot, where they found a paper
box containing tins of opium burred
in the sand. Afterward seeing the
box in Aki's bands, Pinao seized it
and the holder.
Aki was fined $250 and $1 costs.
On the report of the case being made
to tbe Marshal, he sent orders o
have Capt. Freeman and Purser Sim
erson arrested. The officers bad
given evidence of seeing the purser
talking with Aki just before the lat
ter was arrested. Deputy Sheriff
Searle ha9 reported that Capt. Free
man was arrested, found tuilty, and
fined $200 and costs. He appealed
and gave bonds to appear at the
September term of the Circuit Court
OWEN J. HOLT, SR., DEAD.
Mr. Owen J. Holt, Sr., died sud
denly this morning, it is supposed
from heart failure. He was a highly
respected inhabitant who was born
here February 17, 1842. All his life
he had been in the ranching business,
at Waialua. His mother died at
Makahaon the 4th inst. Mr. Holt
leaves two brothers John and James ;
six sons - William, John U. (Col.
Holt), James, Owen, Edward and
Christopher, and two daughters
Lizzie and Annie. The funcial will
be from SV" Andrew's Cathedral at
4 o'clock Sunday.
Horrn!l'n Arid Froplil-.
Ill Kffects of Tobacco
relieved by its use.
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KnsV ilam U'lnl up in it, w iinling ai
bottom. Tin' cellar i- i . I'l'.lmly
well ventilated uilh vuticul en-t iron
grating; in f i m ' ami i 1 1 t ;i 1 plating
in leal'. .Mm li ot tin- nllai' ttall i
the solid em:il. l'..n Ii -lore li.n a
yard III the lea '.
Iron pil.'xlrit lire ut the comiT
and iliviiliiii' the kIoiv finite, uinl
iron coImiiims ttith reveilles Iran. e the
doorways. The whole front of the
lower story is "I iron and plain
All of tin.' iron ttoik was ! . , 1 1 . - a; lin
I'liimi Iron Works, being the lir-t
work of the kind i vet i"iie in lb, no
llllll. An said before in this paper,
the pilasters, columns, capitals ami
girders are all Haw less, uinl the work
is really superior to anything of the
kind impni ti il here. II inil-uine
pilasters of artificial sluiie iliviile Hie
upper story front, ami these were
cast in moulds made at the ll niol tliu
Planing Mill. The middle front is
Mirinonnled by a pediment of taste
ful design, hearing the name of Un
block in ere-cciil. form.
In fact. ti'ot hin? has In en imported
for this building which emi d be
made In re. Mr. Lucas has always
suppoited In me iinlu-try both in
theory nl practise. 1 he architt-ct,
Mr. l'alimier, has reason to be proud
of this monument, of his talent. His
details never came wrong in (In
fraction of an inch, and there is not
a mure attractive-looking block in
Honolulu than the "liobinsoti.''
Under an order of the Supreme
Court Mr. Jacob K. Urown at noon
today, in front of the Government
building, sold three lots of land be
longing to the Uiickle estate. A lot
on Union street, makai of the Catho
lic Church premises, containing 2721
square feet, was knocked down to
Mr. J. XV. McDonald for 1 1 75.
Two lots ai Pawaa on the Waikiki
road," between the residence ol Col.
Iloyd and land of Mr. C. A. Drown,
containing about seven-tenths of an
acre each, were sold to Mr. C. A.
Brown for $!50 each.
The Government sale of lots at
Honuakalia (the "Plains"), Hono
lulu, resulted as follows. It, will be
seeu that the upset prices of from
$200 to 8250 a lot have been hand
somely exceeded :
Lots 3, 4 and 5 to J. Drown, at. a
total of l2.'i(); (!, to J. C. Ojiinn,
for$2."0j 7, to Mary Kaliilehua, for
$280; 8, to A. Tenetetoa, for $100;
9, to Mary Chin On, for $110; 10,
to Kaaipuaa, for 370 ; 11, to J. II.
lloyd, trustee, for $:!(); 12, lo Sam,
for'$li(). Total proceeds, $3850.
The litiynl Hawaiian Military
Band will give a concert at the Ha
waiian Hotel this evening commenc
ing at 7 :30 o'clock. Following is the
PA HT I.
Muri'h Kaiiiehiiineliu Merger
Overture Poet and Peasant Suppe
Clinrus Tan ii hanscr Wagner
Keiniiiiseenees of Verdi Oudfrey
Three new native songs.
Medley The Humbler Tobani
(iavotie Khine -omuls I.atan
VVitl z Danube Waves Ivanovici
Quadrille Uuke of Fife Scott
"Is this the best?" Is a question
often asked, when medicine is want
ed. The following are a few of the
medicines of known reliability, sold
by Benson, Smith & Co., druggists,
of this place. They have many other
excellent medicines, but these are
worthy of especial mention :
Chamberlain's Cocom Remedy,
famous for its cures of severe colds,
and as a preventive for croup.
Price 50 cents per bottle.
Ciiamukui.ain's Pain- Balm, a gen
eral family liniment and especially
valuable for rheumatism. Price 50
cents per bottle.
Chamisf.ui.ain's Colic, Cholera
and Di.tiiiiiKK.v Remedy, the most re
liable known medicine for bowel
complaints. It is especially prized
by persons subject to colic. It has
cured many cases of chronic diar-rha-a.
Price 25 and 50 cents per
St. Patrick's Pills, for disorders
of the liver and bowels. A vigorous
but gentle phy sic that cleanses and
renovates the whole system. I'rice
25 cents per box.
Chamiiep.lain's Eye and Skin Oint
ment. For teller, salt-rheum, scald
head, eczema and chronic sore eyes.
Price 25 cents per box.
These remedies are for sale by all
dealers in Medicine. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
rpilE regular ineeiing of iln- Mvrile
1 Itoat Club will lie heU TiU- (V, . U-ne-dav)
KVhMMi, at ih ii-u d linn
uud place. i l.K oKI'KK.
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tlc l...iie No K of C . 'I II l
(Weil l. -lav) l;i;M(i. All Kiiiglii
1 1 ilill.'il an- riii-ilhiHy itititid to be pti
selit. Per nliler of (lie (.'. ('.
a. v. ;kah.
l:t; li K. of It A S.
( ON VF.N I KT T-room.-d Cottage
on 1'orl i-ticet oppn-ile 1 In- lihii se
i hiiieh The ilai ilv.nic Kiiiiiituic of
this i I n e h is only been ill use fur two
mo mil-, uinl tt ill lie m,I,I at a baigain.
For turiher pitiib-iibtri eiii(uhe
of W.M. .lUII Ms'l'tlN.
l;!7 L'w At W Oder's OI11.M!.
TO LEV or LEASE
ii 'I '"' I't'einisps at present
f . -i- l occupied by Mr. ISniiis,
N n. I'.erelaiiit street, be
tween Full anil Nmniliil slieels. A very
di'.-ir.il.le Inealily. pn-ses-ion will he
given mi i.r aboiii the 1,'itii of July. Fur
furlher particulars upplv to
.1. .M. CAM Vlt V, .lit ,
Heal F.st-ite - (ien'l llnsiness Agent,
Spreckels' Block, lionni No. II).
t 1 SKA Captain would like
ooiii by the
montli or week w ith a respect
able pi ivnte family intending the Kng-li.-h
Cliuieh. Kniiiire at Ibis olliee.
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OfilD Railway & Laid Co.
I I th of June.
IXCU. SI N RATES FOR THAT DiY:
Ewa Plantation and Return
Pearl City and Return 50 Cents
Trains leave Honolulu 6:15
a. m ., 8:45 a. M. and 1 :45 v. M.
W. O. ASHLEY,
13(5 2t Superintendent.
The Completion of Fifty Years since
the Founding of tbc School nt
ruiiiihou will be celebrated
as follows :
On 1 IIUKSI) v V, Jmu; Silh,
AT I :: O'CLOCK I' M
Tlie Stiulciits of Oiilm College will
give a Cavalry Exercise, Tournament,
Athletic Contests, mid a Game of
Football on the Campus.
That evening at 8 o'clock, !kn'l S.
O. Ah.mstkono will deliver an Oration
at Kaw liabao Church.
Mus. 11. F. Dli.l. t.siiii am will read a
Poem on the occasion, and there will
be appropriate Music.
On Fill DAY, June 2(th,
AT It Ol LOCK A 11..
A Reception will be bcld in the Pur
lins of tlie Main Building.
At 12 M. a Luau and Collation will
be given to tlie Guests on the
This will be followed by an His
torical Essay by I'kok. W. 1). Alex
ander A. M., und Short Speeches by
Alumni and olliers, interspersed with
Singing by the Onliu College Glee
All present Pupils of the Punabou
Preparatory School and Oahu College,
all tln.se who have attended the
Schools ut any time, whether gradu
ates or not, and nil jn. rents, guardi
ans, and relatives of such, and ALL
KUl ends OF THE Ixsi iTCTION are cor
dially invited to be present on all
these occasions. No further invita
tions will be given.
P- order of
iT" N. 15. The Stmr. "Kinau"
Will delay sailing until (5 p. M , on
Friday, .lime 2(5. h, to accommodate
tlioMi wi-hi to take passage.
I.Ii iii-'-ninits due the WoodI;;wu
Ia;'.v toek '. imipaiiy of more
tlian siw (.; ) il ivs slainling, if not
-e: lid oi. i is- ..re 'lie l.iih day of .Inn.',
IMil.wii I- i. lin ed ill the haints of a
eod. el.ii ', I il louii-r wh.i tail to pay
their bd- tt.iniii sixty (-;o) days after the
hills have been presented wilj be liable
t.. have th. ir milk slopped without fur-
MO()W, X OA IKY A MOCK CO.
li.'i 2w Fkank l'AKKfcit, Manager.
IJljlJ ANN U 1 MlTUN'i
IW'l RAC1N '
mmii m kt iu9i.
oi lliltl. rum. n i i hi .
It..... tf C
I Rjilroad Stnke--I'ur-e t-j".
l!( NMti ll V I!. ',-Mile I'a-b.
In e lor all Hawaiian bred h n-.'s.
'i K hului Purse-Hi'".
Kt'XMXii ll.V i:. I-Mil- I'a.h.
I- ice for nil.
3 Wdikipu Pu'se-glmi.
iiCXMNti H '.( K. -,-Mile a-b.
Free for nil Maui In .-il hoi -es.
4 Queen liliLtkaljri PihIc -l'ursc
l i;u i i IM; a,, 'I I'M iMi K ci;. i
To liarue.-s. 1-Mile Ilea's; lies, :'ln;t. I
I'lee lor nil hiir-es iiml have never!
beaten IS :". j
5 KuU F'urse .Vi.
JtrXN IX(1 HACK '..-Mile I nish. j
Fur ponies M iianiN ,.i un.ier; ti j
carry loo iniiins or upwants.
6 VVjiljku Purse 610H.
KCXNINtJ l!A('i:. '.j-Mil. aml re
IH'iit. tree for all Hawaiian bred
7 Association Purse 812").
UI'XNIXd HACK. 1 '..-Mile Hush.
Free for nil.
.8 Waihee Purse ? 125.
TROTTING and PACINI; RACK.
To harness. 1-Mile Heats; best :l in 5.
Free for all.
9 Novelty Race 1st, 2nd and 3rd
quarter, 20; 4th quarter, $10.
RUNNING HACK. 1-Mile Dash.
Free for all Hawaiian hied horses.
10 Corinthian Race Gold Medal.
Entrance fee, $10.
RUNNING RACE. 1-Mile Dash.
Ow ners to ride. Free for all.
I I Mana Cup Value S12", or its
equivalent in coin at the option of
RUNNING RACK. 1,'4-Mile Dash.
Free for all Hawaiian bred horses.
12 Mule Race Purse $10.
RUNNING RACK. '..,-Mile Dasli.
Catch weights. Free for all.
All entries close at 12 o'clock noon on
Thursday. June 2., lWil, at the olliee of
Hie Secretary, anil all .entranee fees are
10 percent unless olherw ise specified.
All races to he run or trotted under the
rules of the Maui Racing Association,
and all horses are expected to start un
less draw n bv 12 o'clock noou on Friday,
July 3, 18!)1."
L. M. VETLESEV,
lltG lw Secretary M. li. A.
From China & Japan
AND A UO0D' assortment ok
Never before were such values given In
These Goods are offered for inspec
tion at tlie
oic: ji .m: mil.
Cor. FORT & KING STS.
VOli SAN EllANCISCO,
The AI Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, June 16th,
AT IS '.
2" For freight or passage, apply to
"Wm. 0. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
lllti lit Agents.
X.t I KS I'M AI'IK.CK
MR. E W.JOKH.VN.at U aterbnuse'n
No. ID More, lias ju-t received
fiom Japan a sin ill In! of line ( Irani;)'
Tree of tin- sweet variety, which In
offer for tale. ' Ui Iw
Hurra!, for f!ie 4th July !
Headquarters for California Fireworks
at 'i in:
Auction & Commission House,
Ciii-.ht im in u A K Ins Mtrrrt.
A FRE3H & GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Fire Crackers, Large and Small Torpedoes, Colored Fire and Whistle
lJouibs, liouian Caiull.'s, Shy KoeUets, lilue Lights, Flower l'ots, Buli
golas, l'in Wheels. ( II AN ' 1 LLC M INA I K )XS. a very desirable article
for street parade bin ning 20 uiitiir cm) ; Dragon Wheels, Single ami
Double Triangle Wheels, Saxon Wheels, Colored Rosettes, Colored
Vertical Wheels, Colored Star Mines. Volcanoes Colored Floral Bomb
shells, Variegated F. tint tins, Batteries Toy Pistols, Balloons, Ameri
can Muslin and Bunting Flags, Lie, Kit-.
A8SOKTKI1 CASKS 00 COSTA I N I NO
24 Colored Roman Candles..
12 " " "
12 Skv Rockets
12 "" "
12 " '
12 Pkgs. Colored Fire-Bonibs.
12 Sticks Punk.
1(18 P1KCKS FOR $10.
. . .1 oz
gjSf Ulanil orders promptly atti-iid,:d
quality, and were personally selected by
Proprietor of tbe I X L Auction i Commission House, corner of Xuuanu
and King streets. 130 td
Ii Brass aafl Silvar Relief, VniUt Iron, OH Site
nt Royal Cspr.
Ex ' Alden Besse." Latest Designs.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. SpreckeV Bank, Honolulu.
MAOMEAL & URBAN SAFES!
Fl RE PROOF ! BURGLAR PROOF !
FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF !
gjIT Xearly 1,000 in use on the Hawaiian Islands.
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE!
, - XE or Two Nice Red-
Pm w rrun.u .,11 l-lltiel.hi.U'l
'ilft street, between King and Iie-
retiinia streets; rent 87 per in. mill each.
Impure at this olliee. 107 tf
for carriage or express
wairon: 1 Middle Horse
with .-saddle and lit i-
dle. 1 Delivery Wagon. 1 Howe Scale,
1 Store Truck, 1 Itlaek Walnut Counting
Mouse Desk, 1 Hall's afe mil Olliee
t uriiiture. Apply to
C. It. WELL-,
i 12u U 42 yuecii street.
ASSOKTKIl CASE NO. 1 CONTAININU.
; ltd Colored Roman Candles.... 1 Star
: 3d ti t i. . . . 2 "
: 24 " " ....'I "
i 24 " " " . . . .4 "
! 24 " ,; " C "
! 24 Sky Rockets 1 oz
! j 2 " 2 "
: 12 " " A"
12 " 4 "
12 Wliistle ltonibs.
12 Magnesium Illuminations.
12 Flower Pot.
72 Blue Lights.
12 Colored Bengal Lights.
12 Sticks Punk.
33fi PIECES FOR $20.
to. These Goods are of the beit
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LOT FOli SALE
iqiA fS. Young street; Lot
i-illv 1 ".It fent tilitnlMt
u jii, vuluable plants aud wa
ter laid ou. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS.
130 tit Next dnor to the Post OlBce.
BY a Young Portuguese Boy who
sneaks Kimlish. as an office boy or
store uoy. is wining to iiiiimj iioubcu
generally useiiii. rti"nj ni mmiiuw.
SECOXD-UAXD Desk suitable for
a Caliirritpli. Address "A. P.,"
i Ut llktis Olliee. 135 3(