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OAHU RAILWAY AMD LAND CO.
To Kwa Mill.
1). It. A.
A.M. KM. P.M.
i.onve Honolulu ... .8:45 1:45 4:35
U-nve Pcurl IJity 0:30 2:30 5:10
Arrive Kwa Mill U:67 2:67 6:30
11:65 I .
I.enve Kwa Mill.. ,
Leave I'erirl City...
A. Saturdays only.
1). .Saturdays excepted.
(Lit? Jrtiill $ t.lU:ti.
THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 18'Jl.
Tni'iuDAY, Mar. t.V
Mmr I.lkellko front Hnnmkim
hlnir.l A Cummins from Koolnu
TiifRMMY, Mar. 15.
for Ijilinlnn ami llama
kua ul fn in
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
SMinr W CI Hull for Lnhulnit, Muahicn,
Konu, Kuu ii nd Volcano at lua m
OarROos from Island Ports.
Htinr l.llu-IIke 175 ha its kitptr.
Htnir J A C'liiiiinlti-. -luwi hugs Mt;ar.
Tin' steamer W. II. Hall will leave fur
wlndwunl to-morrow morning.
The foiir-iuusteil sell toner Kliiit Cvrits Is
MiiKilK'Imotcd wild Ihu aid oftlin eo.nl
illiriiirlii ilorloe at tliu Unliu ltullvuiy
The stormier I.lkellko arrived Inst night
and docked at the Kluail wlinrf. film
hroiiglit a full enr,;oof ititnif and Im-sMiis
a few serancs on her hull no curious Injury
tins dune liy her reeent humping on the
rocks nil" IVK'ckco. A diver will examine
at (he rciddetieu of ihu brldo'it father,
hy the Itev. Dr. Twoiiihly, Itiidutph l
Auurhucli to hl'inheth, eldest daughter
of Captain II. Whitney. No curds.
HE TRIES IT AGAIN.
l'unhatn Caught Onco Moro Doing:
tho 'Frolf-ht" Trick.
1'iiahala, tho notorious native
bunco man, is again in tho toils.
This time he tried to play tho
''freight trick," one which he has
boon very successful with, on a Mrs.
.). !. Viorra, but that lady war not
to bo caught. She had I'uahala ar
rested for gross cheat, by obtaining
lifty conlH under false pretences.
I'unhnla's "freight trick" was lately
described iu this paper, ilo goes to
a house and tillers to sell the mis
tress poultry to arrive, at tho same
time asking an advance of one dol
lar to euablo him to pay the freight.
Many people were taken in by the
Mnooth talking fellow prior to last
Christum, lie makes a show of
poverty that awakens sympathy
while quoting prices that catch the
frugal housewife every tinn I'ua
hala hin other tricks, hut this one
of poultry and freight has boon his
favorite and, probably, most lucra
tive one. lie has served several
toniiH in jail and would have boon
cuugfit often that he has not, only
that many housekeepers who have
boon swindled will not undergo tho
ordoal of appearing iu court. I'titi
hr.'.ii will make his bow to Magis
trate Robertson to-morrow.
ODD STAMP JUOOIilNO.
Btory of a Two-Canter With a Ro
When the old Hawaiian stamps
wero surcharged by tho printing on
them of "Provisional Govt.," some
mistakes wero mudo by tho printers
either intentionally or otherwise.
Some had tho words printed upside
down, 011 others there wero no stops
and other such irregularities. These
stamps commanded more or less of
a premium among local philatelists
Among tho stamps marked by ouool
these irregularities wore some of tint
fetirchargod two-cout Liliuokaluui
stamps, tho "Provisional Govt." be
ing upside down. Those wore gob
bled up and soon became rare, their
present valuation being $.' each.
Somehow or other, it is reported,
one of those stamps turned up iu
tho Postotlice, but several of tint
clerks who saw tho stamp thought it
was a fraud. Tho stamp disappeared
and this morning turned up on the
right comer of a letter which had
beou dropped into tho receiving box.
It was cancelled and for the second
time has gone out of sight, 110 one
Booming to know where it has gone.
Trespassing Horso Whoso Owner
Refused to Fay Claimed Damages.
A case of unlawful impounding by
Kauiku Pahia agaiiint Itomoud was
heard iu tho District Court yestor
day afternoon. The complainant de
posed that 011 March VI a black horso
belonging to him strayed into tho
yard of Houioud tho defendant. Tint
animal got iu through a part of tho
lot not fenced, and ale sugar cauo
and onions belonging to defendant.
Tho plaint ill ollorou twenty -live
cents damages, which was refused by
defendant, who claimed 2. As the
amount was not forthcoming the
horo was impounded by Komoud's
Tho defendant admitted that the
horw outoied tint yard lluough a
breach iu tho fence, but said it had
tiroated considerable damage to his
crops, Jin had told plaiutiir his
damages amounted to."J, but plain
till proferred to lot him impound the
animal. Judgment ms given for
I ho phiiiitilf, defendant being older
oil tu pay lifty cents pound fees and
.I.UU costs of Court.
LOCAL AND OENEBAL NEWS
Tim uion on tlio U. J-. warship ro
coived thoir pay to-day.
Tho "maidon" Councillor liatl a
vaso of flotvors on his dunk.
Tlioro was a largo ntti'iidanep at
tho salo of stamps to-day, but fuw
Thoro is likely to l)o n jam at tint
Tumor couiplinionlary uoncurt this
Vlng Fat Si Co. oiror a lino cham-n
to gut furniture cheap for tho ensu
Sfcrotnry Sevoriii of tho Loaguo
was at his post iu tho council chant
bur this afternoon.
Tho WalturU. is lot out of tho
Constitutional Convention by Mr.
ri 1. . .- . .
1110 lareweil to (japtaiu .Nelson 01
..ft 13 U t .. ...ill I :
the U. b. b. Atlntn will lo given on
board that ship to-morrow evening.
A monster stick of timber was
safely dropped overboard from tho
schooner O. M. Kellogg this morn
ing. Captain Barker of tho U. S.
Philadelphia was a spectator at tint
1 G. Councils' mooting this after
Tho complimentary concert to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Turner takes
place at Kawniahao Church this
A oho fa game on a largo scale
has been running in full blat for I he
past few days iu tho Tong Ming So- '
I. NfTVIonos, secretary of the tern
porary central committee of the '
American Union party, took iu the
Councils meeting. ,
Tho editor of tho Chine.te Times
"watched" the meeting of Councils,
vanishing after the postponement of
the Chinese license bill. ,
Those who wish to see that won
derful piece of mechanism known as
the historical clock of America will
have their last chance this ctcning,
from 7 to 10 p. 111.
Tho entertainment by the mins
trel company of tho L. S. S. Phila
delphia promises to bo highly en
joyable. They are going to try and
put their last show in tho shade.
At tho Portuguese League meet
lug lat night a large number signed
the roll. J. S. Ramos of the L'uiao
Lusitnua made a speech that was en
thusiastically received In his coun
trymen. A mortgagee's saloof four acres of
laud at 1 J anion, Maui, under fore
closure, which was to have taken
place yesterday at .1. F. Morgan's
auction room, has been postponed
A Japanese laborer, who has been
missing from Olowalu plantation for
tlirooonrs and a hair, win caught
this morning, nod will bo returned
to finish contract service on the next
steamer for Hawaii.
Captain Good took his company
of sharpshooters to t10 butts at Ma
kiki for target practice yesterday.
Military critics say thai the soldiers
on inarching homo found it hard to
keep time with their captain's mar
The Hoard of Health held its
regular weekly meeting yierday
afternoon, when tint matter of the
retention of Dr. Goto, tho leprosy
specialist, was discussed and more
definite action deferred until ne.M
week. The natives at tint sett lenient
have petitioned for his ro-ongngo-ineut.
The sale of stocks by l. F. Mor
gan at his salesroom at noon to-day,
resulted as follows: f shares of Wil
dor's Steamship Co.'s stock at 1 10 a
share, to C. A. Rose; 0 shares Peo
ple's lco Co.'s stock at .lOO a share,
Geo. 11. Cummings; 1 share of tho
same company's stock, same price, to
Jennie R. Grieve
Chas. Williams, who obtained a
license to practice law on his recent
visit to Honolulu, had scarcely ro
turned home to Hamakun when lie
lost his little daughter, Helen Kn
lelei, by death at the ago of a vear
and two days. The mother died
shortly after the birth of this child.
Mr. illiams has the .sympathy of
many friends both iu town and
Regular Ouueral Session of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
President Dole presided at the
meeting of the Executive and Advi
sory Councils this afternoon, with
him being present : Ministers llalch,
King, Damon and Smith; Council
lors W. C. Wilder (Vice President),
John Kmmnluth, W. F. Allen, llenr.v
Waterh. use, John Kua, Alex. Young,
hd. hulir, .John Nott, .1. v. Morgan,
C. Holteaud D. P. Sunt h.
Minutes of previous ucoting were 1
read by Secretary Rodgor-.i.
Minister Hatch presented a mom- ,
orial to tho Councils from tho Ainer- j
icau Union party relative to the !
registration of voters. It ropr sent- ,
od the oxii-ting system of registration '
as unsatisfactory, and the persons
who have attended to the work as 1
being generally unlit and nut rained. '
Tho remedy is proposed of having '
a central registration olliee. C. L. !
Carter, C. T. Rodger and .1. A. Low
sign tho memorial,
Tho same Minister presented a sot '
of resolutions from tint same party ,
iu fav r of an auieiidiuenl to the
Constitutional Convention bill,
whereby tho riidit to vote tuav be
given to all who have homo anus for
tho Provisional Government.
Hotll documents Were leco.V.-l to
bo considered with lulls.
The Seciotary ro.nl a p t'ttou from
the Hoanl of Lady Mnungoi of Ka
piolani Maternity Home, praying fm
a renewal of the subsidy, incn aseil
to .liiKI a mouth, to that' institution.
A statement of iccnlptaud expend!
lures was appended, which showed a
balance at I lie end of the veai of
$IK.'UI. If it had mil beeu'for tin
generous donation of $1000 by II. P.
Haldwin, the homo would have fallen
Minister Damon moved to rofor
tho petition to tho Minister of tho
Interior, for contidoratitn by him in
making his estimates (or tho now
Mr. Alien spoke highly of the
value of tho institution, and sug
gested that help should bit giieti
ponding t lie passage ol too Appro
priation Hill. I
Minister Damon said that tho sub- I
sidy would go on, like other regular
expenditures, in tho meantime.
Minister Damon presented the re-
port of the Finance Committee on 1
the petition of the Paradise of the
Pacific for .?i:iJ(!(l to pay for illm-
t rations, etc.. ordered fur a special
Midwinter Fair edition. They )
cliuo to recommend payment of the
amount, on tho ground that lliej
councils nan already pascd upon
tho matter of assistance to that
paper, doeidiuir to ston it at tho end
' . .'
01 last Ueeoinher.
f !..!.... 4J...I1 I.
Minister .Smith asked if the com
mittee had investigated tho state
ment of tho proprietors, that they
had ordered the cuts before know
ing they were going to lose tho sub
Mr. Ftumeluth defined the status
or the subsidy as originally granted.
it being for nublishinir the olllcial
list, lie contended that the prnjcr
of tho petition was jut.
Mr. Morgan said that from the
first he had been aterse to interfer
ing with appropriations by tho last
Legislature, excepting a few per
taining inclusively to the abolished
mouaichy. Hut iu the ea-o of the
Paradie of the Pacific the Council
had taken action and slopped the
subsidy long before the end of the
.war. Later, on the complaint of
the proprietors that they had gone
to extra cxpeiin' for new cover, etc..
the payment was extended to the
JHs of December. This was ample
notice to the proprietors and the
Councils should not vole anymore
money to this object.
Altera little further talk the ro
port was adopted.
Minister Damon preeiited the re
pott of the Finance Committee on
the bill to change tho mode of pay
ing the l)piny Assessor and Collec
tor by .2ihk annual salary instead of
by commission. They recommend
passage of the bill. Hci-iMl fur
c usideration with tint bill.
The fame coinin'tti-e asked for
another week to consider the reo-
, lilt ii mi for the Postmaster General
' to invito tenders for the balance of
surcharged stamp. Granted.
Minister Damon explained at
lenulh the proposal lo li.it e the Ap
propri.ittou Hill subdivided into four
, parts. The Department reports
, would be subiiin led Inter. Ilo gate
the receipts of oidiuary revenue for
the closing period tit ' $1,000,000,
which had been exceeded about
.2i!00 by the e.xpeditures. The loan
fund would owe I he current account
;70K)on Match .'II.
Minister Smith aked for further
time for I ho committee on the Chi
nese lionise bill. There were as
pects of the bill which he did not
quite like. Granted.
Mr. Kiinii.duih uiov d to a. hi
Councillor i). II. .smith to that com
mittcc, as ho li.tt 1 been elected as the
repicm ntalite of an element that
had pronounced vleus on that sub
ject If neccs-ary the uiocr would
resign from tle committee to make
room for Mr. Smith. The motion
1 t Minister Damon read the weekly
j financial statement as follow..;
11 N . ftMM.MIM loll till WlIK
I I'.MOS'. M IC II II. Is'll.
1 iif him-.
I ul"inii reeell
1 I'lliiis, etc
lii'Xi line -liiuili. . .
1 l'u-1 olilee
Crown I --I n. Is
llnveliiiueiit rin 1 1 at Ion s.
, .Sale of iioeriiineiu lsni..
.'. I'm .;r
1 in 10
Total I u-ii-urv Iniluuee :i.i!hhv
1 i 1 vein m..
Kilmiliv iKipiirtmelU -
riiiliirli-K and iiieieniul . i
Itoml laes to i.i'i'l.ll .teiio-ll
school iuv 1 . hiiI .eHi.t
lApi'U-o. I'lllrlin; loan, l'l,l
I'.itnl 1 !-1 iir
I nieai'v noli's
Ml, "I") 00
I' 1,1 Ml tut
Due I'. n. limit 1111
I I'. M. 1..
i ll.l.l i1! s7
I'. . II INK
Noli, ')s tills lllltH of
M11r.l1, .irn nun mu
i'11-li on liiuiii
I sill.. .
.I1', 'lu ui
.'H n7'J In
l',ie, . I'rovi-i
tneiil to illlln
i.'.VI HMD W III.1II,
, .iri.l.U US
This iini'iiiut e He, - nil .. ll-e- i m-ln. t
1 1 1 j- iiiilluiu nml 1I.111- not ii.roiri.iii'd
liy 1 he liisi l.i)'l-imiire.
MIM'i tu l llll.lsl ia.
iliilluuiiuK it' rtitieiti .. r
'urlilleiilns itlthdr.iuri from
firi'iil'itloii 1111 1 di'oited
for uu' iieiin f
i'iisIi in in u Miry in ii'ili'.'iu nil
tin t-in iitti i(i t-iTiiliniii
-,ijy 'sj 1
f .11. '.Ml I OO
'Caul iiliioillit i'i rlllleuli
,i,..i.. 1 . 1
'tl-.ll I'll till II. I
ll'lllk JUMoJ !" '
ll.llll to le lit of .' Itoml
lli'iirds in Ireiisinv il'i.JJ" o
lliilniiee to eredll ol selioiil
lie in I in I rui -11 1 .,'1 1 is
Avniiii ,.' -Ii, 0111 it lie-
eu'.ni . j.ii.d'in '.ii
l.l .-il i relit ii- mi f r. . 1 1 in -
v.mri's to loin fuiet . i .iT.sll u.'
I'm em lent iiieiiiiui troin ,i.-
ill '.slul S klls
Seeoiol reailinj: of the bill to frank
leller.s f..i (lit l.npor Sett lnllli'lil.
Mr. aierleoi.e tnovi-d that the
lii si sect inn and tho bill bn piwl pun-
I'd III, III a flllllle tl.lte; seiiilllleil b
Mr. 1 -. 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1
Minisiei Siniili timiti'il valitl ua
-mis for ilehi.v. and eplunie. tint
the objeet of tin bill tvas lo priiituit
staiupo fnuu tht ullliiiiiiint goiiif;
into eiieulaliun ihriiiith Hlanip
Mr. Enimnluth considered the
euro worse than tho disease, and
thought tho proper thing was to
send stampud envelopes to the sot
Mr. Young moved tho bill bo re
ferred to a committee, and gavo his
views on fumigation.
Minister Smith desired the re
porters to refrain from reporting
the discussiouin detail.
The hill waslaid 011 the table.
Minister Smith hoped some mem
ber of tho Council would now take
ho responsibility of dealing with
tho matter. It had boon very care
fully considered by the Hoard of
Health, tho bill now tabled being
Mr Watorhouso said it could be
taken from the table at any later
Second reading of tho Dangerous
Minister Smith, saying much con
sideration had been given the meas
ure, moved it bo referred to the
.Judiciary Committee. Carried.
Second reading of the Act to Pro
vide for a Constitutional Conven
tion. Mr. Kmmelutli moved that the
number of delegates to bo elected be
increased to twenty four.
Mr Morgan moved to defer furth
er consideration one week, to give
members more time to examine its
Mr. Smith seoon led the motion
for tho same reason.
Tho motion was lost.
Mr. Wilder opposed the amend
ment to increase t lie number of dele
gates, lie regarded the bill as very
liberal iu this respect.
The amendment was lost.
On the qualification section Minis
ter Hatch moved an amendment to
give a vote to any member of the
military and police forces on certifi
cate of his being on tho roll.
( Mr. Finmeluth wanted a date
Mr. Smith considered it would bo
Inconsistent to refuse the franchise
to tlioe who bear arms,
Mr. Kmmeltith moved that .Inn. I,
lSOl, should liea limit; seconded by
Minister Hatch moved in amend
ment to make the limit March 1,
On the vote being taken there was
a tie, and tho President said some
members were not voting.
Minister Smith would like to be
exen-ed from voting, as he did not
belient iu the principle of allowing
any man to vote uho had not had a
year's residence iu the country.
Mr. ICinineluih tliHorcil from the
Attoruov-Geueral. Those who had
taken their lives iu their hands, up
to the close of the Government s
time of peril at tint beginning of
this ear, should have a vole.
The tune limit carried at .Ian. I,
On the reading of tho section as
amended n discussion arose 011 the
wording of it.
Mr. Kinnioluth moved to strike
out the proviso exempting tho en
listed subjects of the aiucodmont
from the requireineiil of paying
It was ruled that the amendment
was already passed, and after more
talk the section passed as amended.
The cumulative toting Miction
pas-ed without remark.
Minister Hatch moved an aiueiul
ineutlolhe registration piovisiuns,
ami this carrying ho mocd another
providing for one central olllce of
registration iu Honolulu, and allow
ing Ci a day to each inspector of
election for all tint tune he is em
ployed. Mr. Kmuinluth regarded tint daily
pay as extravagant for a government
that stood for economv.
Mr. Hatch enlarged "on the oner
ous duties of the inspectors, and
thought the pay was rather small.
Mr. Kinmclufh would not persist
iu his objection if the meetings went
limited 111 number.
Mr. Morgan agreed with tho pro
posed limitation and gave his exper
ience at former elections.
Minister Smith tlid not see how
the meetings could safely bo limited
iu advance. Ho thought the class
of men who should be chosen could
In. ih.i..iuli.il it.on tu ihi wlmt vvH
just nml frit r.
Mr. Morgan iiiiivimI tu ilnfiT thit!'r"K
M'l'tnin until nuuulit'r.s un furnl.sh
oil with I'lipics of tho ninntultnttnl.
.Ministor Smitli thiui'ht it xiilli
cii'iit tu hrivit tint ainoiiitiuiMil roail
a'iin, il boiii' rsimpl oiuiiikIi fur
any niiiinhortuouinprfhi'inl. ( Liiuh-ti-r.)
Tho inntiiin was lust, tint ntnnuil
tni'iit I'nrrii'il, nml I he -oH ion i.issml
Mr. Allen inuvitil mi aiiii'iiilinoul
to riMiiint that 11 ilolo'.iln hIioiiIiI
hnvii lni'ii ihnuioihtil in tho islands
tliii'ii voars iiistoail of only 0110 as in
Hi" hill. Cnrriiitl.
Mr. Morgan, on a sii,'ptftion ly
.Minister Damon that ilolrcntn.s
shouhl ho paid unloa'n in addiliun
In ts'liHi, luiiviil that dt'h'Kati'.s roi'itivo
tliu aino pay as tiunnhors of tho
Advisurv ('111111111. (I.niihtir)
Mr. Kuiiuitliith thuiiKht .? 1 1 M I and
inihap littlu oimiiiIi.
Mr. VouiiK favori'd ihtt noetion an
in tho hill. Soiui uion had tinint
niuiity than brains, ivhiht otlii'M had
ino"rit brains than inonoy. I A rn
porttT, hotto voi-i, "ThatV ns!")
I'a.-MMl as 111 llu lull.
Tin Councils worn xtill iii!,'a;od
on tin hill when our reporter left at
Uimnoud lloail, .'I p. in. Weailier
I'lonili, wind fresh niirlheast.
AT THE CLUH STABLES !
" CREOLE," 21,702.
isire l'ioiiiiler, .', p. U lllue Hull,
i- ol ,. Uk' -,,e ! 'V, -:-'i. I'r.iusii. -'
i.:l; and of He I i.i I,,- llrllliantliie, .':t; it
hill'l ttlllle ml III I .1 -lllilll stripe III hue.
lie, II I'."! re. ie, il 'i I II u Hue laee llor-i .
ut 111 IY If ui
liDl.l.AKri I'I lit Till;
liiu.o viil lirnl in s;ij to lurt)-nU iiiureiainl .r.lni e, loll) -lo lulls.
In Polapola vs. Carr and others j
the defendants, by thoir attorneys,!
Peterson and Croighton, have taken '
an appeal from thodecisiou of .fudge I
Cooper against them previously re- j
W. R. Castle has been associated
as counsel with W. A. Kinney for
the plaintiff iu tint ejectment case of
Thos. R. Mossinau vs. The Hawaiian 1
There are now 1(5 cise.s on the j
Clerk's docket ,r the term of the
Supreme Court which will ot'U on
Monday next. Others may come iu
from the countrv circuits." ;
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
Cavod-Porhnps His Lifo
Cy Hood's Snnoiimrlllit Illooil t'ol
sorted hy Canker.
Jlcad tho following from n grateful mothers
" Xly littlo Iniy hid Hrnrlrt fever when 4 years
olil.nnd It loft him very weak and with tlcwd
palsaard with maker. Ills ryes becams
so InHamcd that hit auitvriiics vvvro I11 tcme, sail
forsorcn weeks ho
Could Not Opon Hlo Eyos.
I took him tnlro rtnrliis tli.it time to tho E;
snd liar Inliriiuiryoiil h.irli stieet, hut their
rcmrilles failed to do him tho fjlntcst nhadotr
ot piMKl, I roinnienri'd pttlnu him Hood's
H.trsnii.irlllt nml It snoii cnrril him. I hats
tifTtr ilimtiteil tint Itinrrd hU lhl,crca
if net hi Trry life. Yn'l tiny tliu this t)t
tliniinlitl In finy way nn thiso. lamulwati
rcaily lo loimil tho pial-c nt
because of tho vrotuterfut Koisllldld my ion.st
Amtlit K. IIlackman, 2SM8 WaslilnRton 8t,
ltoili.ii. MitM. (let HOOUa.
HOOD'S PlLUO km hunt mtdo, ami at pt
ft Iu GuinpuftliUa. proportion Aiid appcarauc.
HOllltON, .NKW'MAN .V CO.,
Anents for lliiwillnn Nloids.
The following letter from a gen
tleman thoroughly posted on cattle
and tho quality of fence tiecessar)
to combat the raiubuuktioiis Hawai
ian steer should convince everyone
that our claims for the .lone. Locked
Imuico are genuine:
K wu'w. It si n,
Km, Hut 01.
Mil. I!. It. llr.Mutv. Mint.'iKer Itumiiliiu
llniiluitie I'll., Honolulu.
I'liiiVe Jil-I e.niiil I i Sinn,, three tulles
of he '.limes l.nek I'eiiie" Hint lioot
ths I mil Veil lollL'll ,len.is with It, In
'net It Is thr fen.',' for 11 ruie'li. I lunl iihoiu
II tulle toeollstrilel mi r ". llloelioe," u .r,.
It tills til'lir V lniHisslie lo net 11 his ilotMi
Mild found, III this eu-e i'sH-t'hill, I In
Jones 1'einv sn jircni s'ivIiik nf hilior
There are .hi"e In this fence where the
mi.. me 11I lei-t 7'i(ei u,;irt. Ilie -,nee Im.
t Illlnl in with .tns. There is no suj.
to It mid il Is us s,rlii)y its a wire liiiiltie..
I inn eolill'li'iil (lull It will turn nliuiir)
I hiivc ouie twoioid it h.ilf tulles more
to con-lnii't over 11 eoiuilry where wlhl
e.iitlu are very ileiitlhil, mid its -0011 11s Ii
lilts litiih'Otmif the test there villi urlte
,1011 fiirlhor. If It tilllliirn the tuek on
this part nl tile I11111I, innl I 11 11 ntldeiu
it will, o. can rest iii-ure.l thai it tll
t it'll most uiiytlilni; ciuvit 11 Inx.i tto.
Very tiul.t jours.
If thi'ritan still iluuhliii Toiii'h
thov 11 ro inviloil tu insin'iM it -:iiniilo
f thit f.tni'i. tit our Mum.
.HI" I'o It
A UION HALL.
ll;e.'il Wedll dil) veiillijft
From 2 to 5 P. M. md from 7 ti 10 P. ?J.
The Great Historical
Astronomical Clock of America
'Hut Aeine nf llor liiliill Keii'liee uinl
OIIVMI ritorhsslllS of Till:
iinti.Mmiiini, am mill, iiimin iiTiivpn
niwiutaii ur nib unncu aifliwi
- H fill
I II IKKN MIM II -
It-'I lil reuuirkillile I'Iim'U siamls 1,1
feet, the eoiililete liioveuieiit- of tl is lull -ve
of inp'Uiliti tnke 'l ee over. inrier
of mi hour. An tu'er-ilii). mil nisi rle.il
leeri.tloll Villi he (tueil III llllei vill
Admission, 'Ik. Clilldreu, 10c.
BACHELDER & CHASE,
H77 Iw l'rniriei,ir.
Made itl CtiiL'hton, Gul
llueeiiieer, .'.'s'si, I'i .ii,tii
'.J II, Wide.. .' ."!, I Ii e ,
's, "i ie. or' i. jei liiio'l., one
I il l m.Ii, I. veil, tlili uiu
lei tin a 'Hulled niloitier ,.( iii.iri-
HIAMIV iii.ilile at lime ot serv lee. tin-
I). II. DAVIS.'
lllilll. dull e. I
.:,, .i.K, r.
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. SACHS'
RO Fort street, Honolulu,
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
.NAJXMtdK- in Plain, StrliK-d, I'lieck-- und Maids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IS AM. (lltADKS AN'l) IMtll'K.S.
PIMITIKS In Striped, Cheeks, l'nld and Hair Lines.
IXD1A I.INONS, WVTISTK AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CREAM AND ECRL'.
IM.MKNSK VAItlKTY OK
WHITE . C3-OOIDS
VN KN'DI.KSH VAItM'.rY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMllltOIDKItV KlldlVHh In ,s S'lilnsook nnd HiilnhurK. In
All Widths tilth lincrthic to Muteh.
All-ovar Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flounces.
Lacos of Every Description in All Widths.
HsL. 3. LIE V Y
518 Kobinsoii Block, Hotel Street.
A I. Mini: VSHiltl'MKN I' nl-
JilllilllAl'ii lll Pimiwi
.ii.iiicm.' Mill irapc
IN i:Vi:INU i;is
Wool Dross (iitiuls,
Sdipcil Kluiudi'ttt's, ...
K5? '" HHsoi'tuiont of
(;i..'cl;..! Flimclftti. .JAI-AXISSK PA1M5K XA1-
si,k (j,"'l"'' KINS will w Hold I.KSS THAN
SluiwN, Kt-., ICtc. cost.
513 Itobinton Block, HoM 8trrl.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
IIVVIMI I iiNi I riH.lt TO 1 LOsK Of I' THIS I.ISKoK
i!iiiiis Mir ian lll'Y I'llKM AT I'llll'KS . .
AWAY BELOW COST.
IB. &. EliXjEItlS &c CO.
National Cane Shredder
rviKMTii rviti:it 1111: i..w.sor iiik Hawaiian lslamw.
f, " lJf" i , AV
fey'' S - V
vM wat IS:
flHir. r.NDIMtSliiNKH I1AVK IIKI-..N AI'I'OlX 1'KH Mil.K AMKNTri Ft)H
llni Mini tun. i s and .iu now pH'p.iii il t,, receive mtlers.
Tin (iri.il ,nl uilimoi. ti. lie ill lived (rmu the IIM of die Natiosai. (Jaxk
S.i;lii.K .lie thuniU-lllv ehl.iullslieil nml nek initel. .1.., .1 l.i- l'l,.,.i..,
. ,. -
I'lie lure uiinilier ( I'lint us iihiiu; ih. iu m tin Uniteil Siuies", Onha,
iHfiitllie liepuliln , Porn, Ailstinli.i .4iltl ulhowhftu, he.il vvitneoB to the
'1 In iiku id tin Sinu.niu.i. ver.v
i- null e.in i;rinl C2' in .'II .), ilso
n i a yrei.i f.iu nu.int, iiihkiiiu kiiuiru at once the prtM-neit of anv
I""' "" "f i-lul.e- li'un euir, m iinyihin: tvhi' h ivmilil In- hulile in iluiiiiti;'i'
the null, .o, il .dhiiiiiiH .ouph tinn- tu n umve h.iuu lieinr- ihiinijtitiK tht mill.
'I In Siiiii.iun.il i- vi ii stionult iu.ie, ami In, in iii,. uiiiiiiiei of itHopini-
Hun ii out- ui ienr H pii-i'i ol win nl in iron vviihout often hio.ikiui; the
Miiiuuihi ; .mil if iinyihiii lni-.il.i-, it i - ninpl.v m lue ..f the kiiiu or imiitr,
itiiieh i-.ui hi- tpnel.lv ami n inn ally u-pliu-iil. Tin SliHKliiiKii, uv lli-.
iiuiiii i in In uter,, i, mi. i he e.itu intn pIii-iU of v.irvtuj; hngtl, pilii-tly open-in-.-
ii nml aMuiviiii: the null tu thiuouitlv .(Pr -nit the jiiii-o vvithoiii n-
Ipllllllii III. II r. elll pi.VVlT IIXIS-IIIV to f-llllll nr i-riuh tliu Wlllllf
i on. Tin -tll-i.iii.il: plead-, the hliieildttl i-aut iiiilfiiiuily und evenly lo
11 1' f"11- '"' tl"f .iwii) null ihe mil tfitj of hpn .iiIiiij; llu h.ipihM hv
li-iol lieituiii tin nulls, win U- n kuimIiiiu ih iii ii.,.. N,i h.u-i amount tif
hui, i e.uu-'iv I- Kipiliid t.i upelilti the MIHKIUihli lllilll that which via.
"' i -r th. null, f.-i tin .iIh.vi u-ii (,h. We furiiihli full vvorktni.
iIi.ivviiis i.-r tin iiisiallatiuti ,,1 mil Mliii:inii:i(s, eualiliun aiiv I'lUiipi'teul en-(jniii-i
iu hiiei'i hhlnllv Iiihinli and sm I thmii. -
I" "' ' Mini lUUilis fiiini us, ph-a.e M ml hlliaTl l.ill'll, hll-.llllie the
ill. on- l.i anil vvubli u tin- null ,,H, Ht, win. 1 1 --II it i-.liiiM' is to In- i-oiineeli-il,
iiIm llu side (mini uulit ui hit t. u, ah yon Ini'i-(' .lelivety Mile of lln
mill), ti mi uiin-li ih null i iikiiu is Iniuli-il, ulhu tin luiln (1,1111 Door hue
lueeiil.i ,. liuni null in. I .,alt , and iliM.uue eelllei tills shift to flolil iiul
1,1 "'I i'i"' llto.e Mltit-.tnihlls ate Unit liellij- 11.11I hy the HiluMlpir I'll,
und llatvi .Mill, Iv'uhalii ttlu-n liny .lie itivinj; j:h at i.ill'sfiiitHiu.
tJtr" I'm-en ami furilui u 1 1 ii'til-.r- may he hail h) upplyin, In
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., LU,
!" ' ' "" .Itriil. ur tht yumiii,iii lilumli,
' l,:,Vl' IM'''" iiintnu'U'iHiy
pni'ttifiif thf IIawaiian.Iap-
ANKSK Ha.AAU, IItitl'1 HtlVL't,
to si'll liis Ntock of JAl
- is . 'ir
l.up'ly iiiimeiit- tht iiu.inlity of eani
n,e iU.ictioii ot jtiivc (.) l" li .).