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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
FItOM. AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1892.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. l'.M.
l.enve. Honolulu.. .l:lfi 8:1ft 1:1ft l::t.t
Arrive HonouIliill.7:lM t:f7 L'sftT G::t
liwellonouliull..7:.".ri iiiiW :i:4.i r.:i-Jt
Arrive Honolulu. .H:35 11:55 1:55 it:50t
1'kaiu, City Local.
I.cuvo Honolulu 5:ins ....
Arrive Pearl Cttv 5:lHg ....
1.0HVO Pcnrl Olty..(l:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7::i0
Sundays oxeoptcd. Snttmlnys only.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1893.
Wi'iiNr.sii.w, May 21.
Stmr .Tames Makco from Kniuil
Wkini:hiav, Miiy 2 1.
S S AuKtrnlln, Houdlctto, for San Fran
cisco, nt 11! noon
Stmr Kaala for Kalmku and Punnluu at
10 a in
Stmr James Makco for Knpau and Kilimea
at I m
Stmr Walalealo for Lnlmlna and llamakua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Pelo for Makinvcli nt 1 p in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr James Mnkcu IMM bags sugar
and 13 pkgs sundries
l'or Kauai, iicr stmr Mikaliala, May
Xf 1: ltowell, ami 11 Dyer.
For Maui, per stmr Olaudine, May 23
Clans Spreekels, W M Oilliird, Sister M
Desales and servant, C M Walton, Mr and
Mrs McLaughlin, Mrs A Martinson, Mrs
Seholtz, H Giles, M I) Monsarrut, Uxu
Cliong, Young 'long, wife and child, Mrs
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
May 24 Mrs C W Asliford and child, Mrs
Chas H Athorton and 2 children, Mrs 1! H
Austin, Miss L Mass, Miss 11 Mass, T J
Brmmaii, H X Castle, Sirs A F Cooke and
2 children. Miss A Christie, T J Conrov, J
Cotting, Drand Mrs Colhorne, Miss M li
Damon, K Dekum, S A Douglas, W Dun
bar, MrVt S M Emery, J K Farley, Miss A
Fennell, Mrs EW Fuller and 2 children,
Francis Gay, Miss Gay, Miss G Gilmore,
Miss E L Gilmore, A V Gilmore, Mrs Capt
Godfrev and :i children, C Gold:-elnnidt,
Itov T L Gulick, Miss Harvey, A A Holmes,
wife and 2 daughters. Miss S A Holland,
Rev C M Hyde and wife, Mrs 1. II Kerr
and 4 children, Mr and Mrs Kynncrslv, W
G Lowrcv nnd ivife, Miss E Lucas, Mrs L
McCullv'and child. Mrs GT McLean and
child, M Metzlcr, Miss Mueller, S 0 Neely
and wife, Mrs J Mort Oat, .1 Ogden, Mrs
Robinson, Mrs X S Sachs, Mr Schemer
horn, wife, 2 children and servant, C R
Snowden, Mr and Mrs J L Stevens, Miss
Stevens, P S Tavlor, Mr and Mrs W Terrv,
W E Thome, V P Tolur and wife, V (1
Walker, Y Watanabe, "Walter "Whitney,
Miss Whitney, Dr.l M Whitney and wife,
The S. S. Australia, Hondlette comman
der, took the following cargo for Sau Fran
cisco to-day: US'.IJ bags sugar. W. G. Irwin
it Co. ; 2000 bags rice. Sing Cliong it Co. ; 5
es betel leaves, 0 Imchs bananas, Sai Lung;
737 bnchs bananas, J. da Silva; SH do., I..
J. Levey; 150 d.. Wo Keo; 1018 do., G. Ly
curgus; (1 do., W. Costa; li)2 do., Y. Lum
Sing; 2030 do., Campbell, Marshall it Co.;
2S2 bdls green hides, 100 sks bones and
horns, and 5 bdls goatskins, F. F. Porter;
32!) bills green hides, 14 bdls sheepskins,
undo bdls goatskins, M. W. McChesney ,t
Sons; SO bxs pineapples, C K Ai; 2!) do., .1.
Kidwcll; 83 bxs pineapples, 513 bnclis bn
nanas and 4 bbis taro, .Ina. Shaw; 258 bxs
pineapples ami 31 bnchs bananas, Charles
Wilcox. Domestic value, $71,513.
Second Degree Manslaughter Di
Last night tho jury trying August
Herring for tho murder of D. L.
Huntsman rendered a verdict of
manslaughter in the second degree.
This offense carries a penalty of im
prisonment for not less than live
nor more than ton years. Letters
found on tho killed man's person,
seriously compromising him in an
unlawful intriguo with his slayer's
wife, doubtless iiiiluonced tho jury
against bringing tho prisoner in
guilty of a more serious crime. Tho
closing addresses of Mr. C. W. Ash
ford for tho defense and Hon. W. ().
Smith for tho proseeutiou wore both
able oratorical efforts.
Judgo Whiting hoard tho divorce
case of Kaholo Huhi vs. Hulu, grant
ing tho divorce. Kahookauo for
Judgo Cooper heard Kahinu (w.)
vs. Kalopo (It.), divorce, dismissing
tho libol. Rosa for plaintiff'; 0.
Brown for defendant. Besides this
hearing tho Circuit term session this
forenoon was occupied with sundry
motions. At 12 o'clock the Court
adjourned for tho day in honor of
Quoon Victoria's birthday.
Tho motion for a now trial in be
half of Teresa Machado Miranda
was ovor-ruled pro forma by J udgo
Owing to defective publication,
tho hoaring of potition for adminis
tration of tho estate of Adolf Asoh
hoim lias been postponed to June 2.'i.
BIVAL FLAG UNFURLED.
Gormany's Colors Flaunting Dofi
iuico from Punchbowl.
Town people woro surprised this
morning to sen lloating in the breeze
at tho chiof peak of I'nnchbowl a
large Hag, which proved to bo the
commercial ensign of Germany. A
resident at Ivalilii stains that he saw
tho Hag Hying from his jilitcu. Mar
shal Hitchcock 011 being not died
despatched a polieo ollicer and had
it brought to the Police .Station.
Thetiiiwign measures Mxli feet, anil
gives evidence of having been out
all night, the colors having run.
o ultio has been freeiired as to who
hoihted thu Hag, but it is probably
tho work of the "droi hiiiulert," who
are, like their fellow-compat riots,
aching for seats in the councils.
1 mm m n -
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable,
and do not purge, pain or gripe.
Sold by all druggists.
LOOAXi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho wheelmen's picnic at Reniond
Grovo on Saturday evoking.
Tho 1'ost Oflleo despatched per
Ausl ralia to-day SWiO letters and 317(5
A flagpole has boon erected at tho
Snow Cottage, the. residence of U.
S. Minister Blount.
.Tas. T Morgan will sell tho furniture-
of Malcolm Brown on Tuesday
next at 10 o'clock.
James V. Morgan will hold a sale
of hind under foreclosure, elsewhere
advertised, on Saturday.
Tho sloop Waianae is laid up for
repairs. She will sail again on her
usual route on Thursday, 1st J tine.
Thoro were boat racos in tho har
bor this afternoon lntweoti crows
from tho U. S. warships Adams and
James Sherwood, of Long Branch
baths, was lined $2o0 in the District
Court, for selling liquor without a
A native cho fa gamester was ar
rested this afternoon with besides
tickets Slo in small change in his
At. tho regular meoting of Court
Catnoos, No. Sill), A. O. F., held
yesterday evening four now members
Tho P. G. band will give a compli
mentary concert nt Thomas S(tiaro
this evening in honor or Queen Vic
The P. G. band will play at Makee I
Island to-morrow ovening, and on i
Friday evening at Thomas Square,
whore tho concert will bo this evening-
Xne snipping m the harbor pre
sents a gay appearance, being decor
ated with bunting. The war vessels
are profuse with Hags Hying in the
Foreign jurors are required in the
Circuit Court at h'M o'clock to-morrow
morning. Foreign civil cases
will be called on Friday in tho Cir
All Government ollicus closed at
noon to-day in recognition of Qtteen
Victoria's birthday. The Post Ollico
department closed at one o'clock
The first innings of the cricket
match between the Hyacinth and a
local club, resulted in a victory for
the Hyacinth by about fort 3 runs.
Tho game is still 011.
Otlicers Kamatia and Makaila
captured a Chinaman with tweuty
0110 tins of opium on Mnuuakoa
street yesterday afternoon, in a yard
to the rear ol a store.
Four hula girls and two men left
on tho S. S. Australia to-dav for the
Coast and tho World's Fair. They
are under tho management of Messrs.
Foster and Chas. Warren.
Charles Wilcox shipped 2.18 boxes
containing 5811 pineapples to tho
Coast by the S. S. Australia. J. Kid
well shipped 21) boxes containing
1051 pines by tho same steamer.
Antono Joaquim, tho Portuguese
who happened to gather up some
over-ripe mangoes in J. T. Water
house's yard, was fined SL yesterday.
The sentence was not enforced, how
over. Mr. Geo. C. Potter, clerk in the
Education Office, has been promoted
to bo Secretary of tho Foreign
Office, in place of Mr. F. P. Has
tings, appointed to the Washington
Tho luati at Waikiki-kai yesterday
afternoon and evening was a .success
in every way. A -largo number of
people went out dining the day and
enjoyed the feast which was given
in pure Hawaiian style.
The ease of stewardess Susie Nel
son of the S. S. Australia, in whose
trunk eighty-two tins of opium war
been remanded until
bho liiisgivon a bond of
;iui)u lor her appearance.
Some of tho young Portuguese
who attended the L'enteeost celebra
tion at, Pimahoii on Sunday have
fallen into serious complication;.
O110 has been arrested for criminal
assault on Mary JJilrelln, and, it is
said, another one will bo "hauled
over the coals."
A Portuguese named Manuel lto
drigues lelt 011 the H. S. Australia
to-day for a sis monthn' visit to his
native homo in Madeira, after tin ab
sence of twelvo years. Uodrigues
drew i?l 1,000 yesterday to .invest,
abroad, lie came hero penniless
and engaged in banana planting
from which ho derived a fortune.
Ail object of much curiosity on
tho deck of the Australia was a
Portuguese dwarf rivaling Tom
Thumb in smallncss of stature. Ilo
was neatly dressed and sat in a chair
close to tlie rail, apparently uncon
cerned about the hundreds of curi
ous eyes staring at him. Joe Ifod
rignes is 111 years old and his height
is staled at 'two and a half feet. A
largo and intelligent-looking head
surmounts a body 110 larger than
that of an ordinary child of live or
six years, .lou was born in .Madeira,
and" was starting out by to-day's
steamer for his native ilo, intend
ing to return, lie will go through
Chicago, perhaps with tin idea of be
ing engaged by .-uine past inttsler of
the dime laii.-i'nm lraiertiity.
There is nothing I have over im-iI
for nniMMilar rheumatism that gives
me as much relief tin t'htiiulierlain'n
Pain Malm dot s. I have been uiiij
il for about two year -four hot lies
in all -a oocn.ioii required, and al
ways keep il bottle of il ill my hoino,
I b'elieve I know agouti thing when
I get hold of il, and Pain Halm U
l he bent linimeiil I haw over met
with. V. 15. 1)"hii. dairyman, N w
Lexington, Ohio. .".(I cent bullies
for sale hv all dealeir. ISciimiu,
.Smith iV Oo., agents for tho Hawai
Farewell Ovation to Ex-Minlstar Ste
vens by tho Annotation Club.
Items in all tho papers, for two
days previous, announced a farewell
demonstration in honor of Hon. J.
L. Stevens, ox-Minister of tho United
States, tin thoevoof his departure.
Yesterday tho Annexation Club was
summoned to meet at 7 o'clock, to
form a procession to tho Eagle
House where Mr. Stevens lodged.
At 7:.'ll) the club mustered on tho
street in fours and, headed by the
Government band, marched to the
place indicated. A largo miscella
neous crowd accompanied the pro
cession, and many people had pre
ceded it to the destination.
As the column approached tho
ICaglo 1 louse, the
band playing 1
Koninn candles I
and rockets were discharged; mak
ing a beautiful scene. Halting at
the gate tho processionists gave
three cheers for John L. Stevens,
afler which a delegation gaiiu'd tho
honorable gentleman's consent to
receive t he serenadors. Mr. Stevens,
who had awaited I ho demonstration,
seated in the parlor on the ground
floor, sit tended by Mr. II. W. Sever
ance, Consul-General, and a few
friends, then stood in the niiddlo of
the room as the procession tiled past
him, entering the front door and re
tiring by tho side door through the
hall. Those who had marched in
the body numbered from ISO to 1(50,
and tardy arrivals brought tho num
ber received up ,0 about 175. The
annexationists bowed as they passed
the ox-Minister, who responded to
tho saluto similarly. Somo of his
111010 intimate- friends took timo to
shako hands and exchange goodbyes
After tho formal reception Mr.
Stevens ascended to the balcony on
the second floor. The band had
formed its circle with music stands
complete, and settled down to a
concert of patriotic and sentimental
airs. "Homo Sweet Homo" having
been softly played, Mr. Stevens
stood up and was greeted with an
other three cheers. Two or three
times the crowd took on a hush to
hear Mr. Stevens, but tho band
would go off again liko a music box.
At last Councillor Morgan's best
"third and last time" voice, or olso a
nhonoifanh com of it. sounded.
I "Oh, come off, lierger!" Instantly
! tho blare of trumpets and boom of
trombones ceased as if tho whole P.
G. and its band had been swallowed
up by the sea. Mr. Stevens then
advanced to the rail and addressed
tho assembly in the following words:
AlDIti:.SS 1W Jilt. STEVEN'S.
Mil. Chairman and Gentlemen: I
presume you do not expect from mo
to-night to make a speech, and will
ask you to excuse 1110 from making
one for two reasons. First, 1 am
verv tired in preparing to leave to
morrow. Nevertheless I am happy
to improve the opportunity to thank
you Tor your kind manifestation of
good feeling toward myself and my
family. 1 understand this nianifest
ation'to bo thoroughly sincere and
in earnest. It is not necessary for
me to interpret it. I am glad it is
not a personal feeling, but I under
sta'idthat your hearts arc, all over
and till through, sympathetic with
thai vast nation, that glorious coun
try, to which I am bound. And you
know as well as I know, and as all
present, must know, that you havo in
that great nation many millions just
as sympathetic toward you as you
are toward them. And you may bo
assured that America litis reached
that period of her history when she
is capable of standing alone stand
ing alone on justice, on everlasting
righteousness, 011 government of the
people, by the people, and for tho
people. (Applause.) That, sho litis
arrived at thai period of her history
in which her uiassivoness of num
bers, her vti'.t wealth, make her capa
ble of saying to all, "'-Hands olH" on
anything that is wrong, but "Shake
hand.-,!" on anything that is right,
that has its foundation on anything
that is for the welfare of mankind.
I .V 1 ii il n iiw.i 1 It 1 ti.it ii?i.i fni n,n t.i
j K1..,ara' from friends whom 1 have
, S() mm., u;ul,(! t(, r,,s,,ct . wll)S0
od feelings and friendship I have
so much regard for. All I would say
i.-., always do right, never do wrong.
In that way you and iiiyr-olf can best
show our devotion to the country
which we love, and that God whom
wo fear and obey, ami thus we can
best maintain our true manhood and
our true citizenship among men.
With these few remarks you will
allow me to wish you sincerely good
night and gootl bye.
"Three cheers "for John L. Slo
vens," was again proposed and
heartily responded to, ami the band
played "Star Spangled Banner."
There were loud cries for Dr. J. S.
McGrew, who attended Mr. Stevens
011 the balcony, but the doctor
would not come to the front. Then
the good-natured soronaders began
calling for everyone whoso face was
recognized in the groups overhead
Sanders, Podeyn ami others being
thus saluted. Someone called "Noni
hoir," when the voice of Deputy -Collector
"Don't mix up Nordholl' with Ste
vens; wo have no use for Nordhou."
Amidst laughter over this little
speech there were calls for Olesou,
I Smith and Waterhotise, none of
1 whom even showed themselves to
! t he caller who seemed so ravenous
: for oratory.
1 The line soon faced about
witli the liainl leading, marc
, back to the club's headquarters. A
number of people called after the '
1 rcrouado to pay their adieus to .Mr.
Stevens, who remained in the parlor
, receiving visitors and chatting with
1 iiitimale friends until after II o'clock,
.Mrs. anil Miss Stevens, attended by
Mrs. Severance and the Misses
Walcrhinisc, received many ladies
at the Kaglc IIoiimj during the even
ing, who called with gentlemen to
but goodbye 10 the departing diplo
V liKltXI N WOMAN WANTS TO DO
(Jr. II MAN
tiutitrrlbr jut the Daily IMlttin, SO
I mnl ptr tiwnllt.
Expensive Lino of Goods Sold Cheap
by an Arab.
Messrs. II. W. Schmidt k Sons
missed about thirty dozens of silk
handkorchiofs, valued at S13 a dozen,
somo timo ago, and tho matter was
reported to the police. Captain
Selilotnnior was put on the case, but
up to yesterday nobody could be ap
prehended as tho larcenist, even on
An Arab peddler was found sell
ing silk handkorchiofs, similar to the
ones stolen, and as the firm named
was tho only 0110 having any liko
them tho peddler was followed up
An officer asked him where he got
the handkerchiefs, and he toltl him
that ho purchased thoin of a China-
man, who formerly kept a store on
Ntiuanu and Hotel streets. Tho
peddler further stated that ho
bought thoin very cheap, only pay
ing for the first dozen $:, for the
second ?2.r,0, and so on. The Arab
consented to accompany the ollicer
to tho Chinaman's place. When tho
Chinaman was asked where ho had
got t ho goods ho saiil it was from a
feliow couutryinau, whoso natno he
declined to reveal. Titi Lung, as
the niorchant interviewed is named,
was therefore arrested himself. Ho
is hold pending further investiga
tion. FOR THE LIBRARY.
Tableaux Vivants and Music nt tho
A series of historic, artistic and
dramatic tableaux vivants prepared
by ladies and gonfiotiion of Hono
lulu will bo given at tho Opera
riouso on Thursday evening, May
25, at half-past 7 o'clock, for the
benefit of tho Honolulu Library and
Betiding lioom Association.
The following program will bo
A Picture (lallcrv.
gone "The Carnival" Molloy
The Song of the New York Xewshoys
Cleopatra and Her Jlaids.
tjmirtette "Sweet and Low" Itarnby
Airs. Tenney, Miss von Holt, Mr.
Maiininuuml Dr. South.
Duet "Seo the I'ale Moon"
Mr. 1'aty and Mr. ltuoth.
In I.ove The Peacemaker.
The .Maid of tiaragussn.
Duet "Come Mnv with AlTThv '"lowers"
.Miss Halo and Mr. Wakefield.
AuM Itohin Grey.
Duet Serenade from "Cox and llox".
Mr. Manning and Dr. South.
Coluinhus at the Court of l-ahella.
Soiik "l.ieti Signer" Meycrhcer
Pygmalion ami f'alatca.
Tickets will bo on sale at L. J.
Levey's on Weduosday and Thurs
day mornings at the usual prices.
Trusts and Combinations
Are unpopular. But there is one
form of trust against which no one
has anything to say. That is tho
trust which the public reposes in
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the best of
it is tho trust is fully justified by
tho merit of the medicine. For, re
member, Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Anothor Starred Lie.
In tho splunotie twinklor of hist
evening middle of fourth column
on tho fifth page appears tho fol
lowing: '"A .Royalist mealing was on at
Antono Kosa's plauo at Kahala, bn
yoncl Diamond Head, last .Suiula'."
:ri an uxamnlo ol a gratuitous, tin-
mitigated lio tho foregoing state
ment would scarcely lniu its equal
outside the twilight calumniator,
where it revels, however, in tho con
genial society of tho numerous crea
tions of the editor's mendacious
brain. Tho facts are simply these:
On Tuesday of last week Mr.
Itoth and his sou went down to Mr.
Uosa's place for a few days' recrea
tion. On Sunday Mr. Itoth tele
phoned to his wife to come to him
with their children in the morning
and they would all return to town
in tho evening together. Accord
ingly a wagonette and team was
hired from Mr. James Carty and 1
was employed to d-ivo. I drove Mrs.
Roth and her children in tho morn
ing to Mr. Kosa's place, where thoy
spent the day.
At about 5 o'clock in tho after
noon the whole party eamo back to
Mr. Keith's home in Honolulu. Dur
ing the whole time theie was no per
son outside of the members of Mr.
Koth's family present except myself.
So you can judge of the amount of
truth in thu statement of the Star.
(J 1:0. 11. GltKUNK.
Honolulu, May 21, 181K1.
The Hon. J. V. Pennimore is the
SlitrifT of Kent Co., Del., and lives
nt Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the Sttte. The .sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
mid this is whu' he says : "I have
" uy.ed your August Flower for sev-
j " eral years in my faiuilyaud for my
" own use, and found it does me
'more uood than any other remedy
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain conies
" in the bach part of my head first,
" and then soon a general headache
"until I become sick and vomit.
" At times, too, 1 have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
"at the pit of the stomach, and
" .sounicts, when food seemed to rise
up in niviiiioii ami monin. wnen
" I feel this coining on if I take a
11 i:..i. a i.-i :. -..IS......,-
lime uijuru j-iuvi u itiiuvw
" nie, and is the best n tnedy I have
" ever taken for it. 1-or this reason
" I take il and letommend it to
" others as a gieat icinedy for Dys
G. 0. (imiliN, Sole MaMiifaclurcr,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. X.
&ra. 3tavy E. O'Fallon
of riqiin, O., lay Uin I'l'.y
ftlclr.Dft nro AMonUlicil,
kud look at I11T U'.:o cno
Long and Torrlblo lllnosa
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by Hood'a
Mrs. Mary E. OTallnn, a very Intelligent
lady of Plqua, Ohio, was poisoned wlillo as
ststlng physicians at an autopsy D years ago,
and soon Irrrlbln nlcrra uroko out on her
head, arms, tonguo and throat. Her hair all
cauio out. Sho weighed but 78 ltis., and saw
no prospect of help. At last she began to
tako Hood's Sarsaparilla and at onco Im
proved i could soon got out of bed and walk.
Bho says: "I became perfectly cured by
and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
cat well and do tho work for a largo family.
My caso seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at mo In astonishment, as
almost like one rnied from the dead."
HOOD'8 PlLLS ihould bo In erery ftmlly
medicine cheat. Oncomptl.alwayi preferred.
Tho umler-iKiicrt :ir 'ir'i;ireil to h'Vu in
U'liiliiig Tourists the lulvantiigo of 11
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago if Return
ix t'oxxECTiox with Tin: stka.m-
EHS OK TIIK
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San "ETranoiQao
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of New Zea-lEtncl.
mtiv liu Iiail
fni. G. IRWIN it CO.
To Lot or XiOiiBO.
ONK ltl.Of'K I'Uti.M UK
Tetania street ears, a
t'ool aim t'onvemeiit
Lot, Stable and Chicken ilou.-c. Ajipl.
iv. 11. lll,.MIU1 ,
at Hawaii. in Hardware 1!o.'h store.
TO LET OR, LEASE
rplIKCOTTAfll- AT NO,
JL li'iS King xtreet, lately
lor. Dining-room, Kilehen ami Itathioom;
ntaimi in yarn; Aile-ian water lam on,
l' or nartieiilai'i ami tenii, aniilv to
at L. O. Hall iV Sous'.
TWO l'lKt'KS OF
I'ronerlv with tho
lllllldillgs iheieuli, situated ,
on King street, and at pre- '
sent oeeupied by .Mi'-.i.r. S
J. Downey, both being 01. 1
He the re-.i-
denee of .1, II. Alherioii: eae.li of these ore
iiii-es are bringing in an animal rental of
MHo. and u line ointortiiidlv N herebv
oll'ered auoue ho is desirous of owning
oufiil't.lble borne ill a good loi'ii-
wiihln a feu minutes' walk of our
I' or terms iipnlv to
.lolfN I". t'ol.lU'ltN.
riMIK ASST.VI. MKKTlNti ol" TIIK
I llrill-ll ItrlM'Volelll ..,'!. H will be
li. Id ai the Y. M. '. A. Hall on llKHUAY
nm lUci TinnA
IIU!!! liiU uuau
ge J-LL' .LjSgS-
N. S. SACHS
104 P"ort Street,
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaille!
Light anil Dark Orotunl Klleets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light blue, Cardinal and Black;
I'ISK 1'IOUIU"') MUSMKS IN NKW DKSIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, llrocaded A Plain ("lintnlirlcs,
llider-doun In Pink, Cream nnd Baby Itlue,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A CO.MPLl'TK ASSORTMENT OF
"WHITE -:- G-OODS
In Flo-icla, Olioolcs o-ncl Stripes.
MU- Come nnd see the White Goods we nre celling at 7, U nnd 5 yards for 1. 9&
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
THURSTON, Minister at "Washington.
WILDER, Consul at San Francisco.
As I like to keep abreast of the times, M Y STORE,
in the future will be known as the
DRY GOODS STORE
TRUNKS . AND .'. VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Grope Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc.,
The Popular K
NEW GOODS !
IB. IF". EHIHiIEIRS & OO.
S8 FORT STREJBT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN OKKAT VAKIKTY
INDIA DIMITY IX WIIITK and eOI.OIiKD-.Iust Miltabli. for this climate.
KXOTTK1) SWISS-A very jirutty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
I'OO CHOO l'OXtll'K -OKKAT XOVI'LTIKS
Silltn-lin Etncl Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
r?T Dressmaking Uiidor tho Management of MISS K. CLARK. &
l'KK HAItlv "0. I). HltYANT"
OK A I.I. STY MM
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN Till I.ATK1T IMITCIINN.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with thu Ijitunt Improvement;).
ALSO ON HAND
1 WLH UKUl U MJLI(l"l 1 iUWUrt
Parlor Organs, Guitars
nut sai.k ny
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King street, initio. I 'until1 A t'ooke.
" 1ST E5 SZ T !
SHAYING, HAIR CUHING & SHAMPOOING
r 1111. -
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(Next dour tu .Morgau'n utietioii ruuiul
eriiiaii Dry liootis
(in Wilder Avenue.
on Huretania, Street Jil mr
1 Cottage 011
1 Cottage, on
1 Cottage, on
llurctanitl Street (W ier
Uerutnuia Street, u'litoalto
li Ktonw on Xiuianii Street,
11 lluilding Lots and ,1 I'ish Pond on
the road to Waikikl.
iluiCHiiml M on Herutania street nuur
JViiMUiiilu. Ui -joo feet frontage, and
1 10 feel ileeii.
Alo, a Valuable Mock of Ilrlck Uuild-
ings in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Sale.
0. K. UOAKDMAX,
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAOKTP I.KT OX
IX. I'linehbowl treet,
near Queen's Hosiiitiil; Six
Itoouis. Kent tl6. Aiinlv
to 1.. AI1I.KI1.
13 Xtiiianu st., Hoot it Shou moro.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
A Sl'KCl AI. M KKTIXO OK THE MKM
m 1 1,0.rs, !'f I. ""wnli'i" Jockoy Club
lOoeioeK 11. in., at thu mill t of CO. Burger
ijr thu iiiiriKi-u of coiihidering tin
illity of holding the raee on Ku
1 illllv of holding the nice on Kutiii'liiiiiui-
" " TJIliUOJlJUTTKK.
AIAN I. Ki: COMI'ANV HAS LKASKI)
ill the riee plantation from 1 Akuu,
liirinirh liiiownaK Yen Tul Will t'ompunv,
at Wiifulim, with nil the rattle, wuter
rigbtn, toot eto,, for the term of Ax yvart
friru April!', (Ml I, loJulv, l'.i, al the rate
of flluiu year. Hereafter Man Iah Coin.
pan will not be repon,lilit for unv debU
owing b) Yen Tul Will und Meo Tui'Wul.
w .MAN I.Ki: COM 1' A NY.
liuiiultilu, May 10, ItiJJ, 731-lv