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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF 1890.
H0N0KAA UURDER CASE.
IVf . 11 :
The Kinau is due this morning
from Maui and Hawaii.
An office in the Mclnerny block on
Fort street is for rent or lease.
Five passengers left on the W. G.
Hall yesterday for the Volcano.
There will be a rehearsal of the
Mikado Company this evening at
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Tuesday. May 20.
rtn.-i-:nc frnm Peril.
p. Mne. from Kauai.
Tuesday, May 20.
jdike.Davies.for Maui atop m.
Shala for Maui and Hawaii and
fibleale for Kauai.
bitat, Cutler, tor KahuluL
VELS leaving to-day.
Yilmanalo, Everett, for Ewa.
Lla for Kauai.
Limiloa for Xawiliwui and Hana-
ino fnr F.wa.
tih aad Eliza for Koolau.
were... ew York
, ew luin
Sanders . Paget Sound
a ruget&ounu s
Jew Welch . San Francisco. . .
lde Port Ludlow,....
ry Winkelnian, ban r ran.
la fugel bouna
Thor Newcastle,N S W
Newcaatle.N S V
ilia San Francisco. .May 30
iaeda... Colonies May 31
uadia..San Francisco. . .June 7
prpool, per ship Borrowdale,
i Francisco, ner bktne Irmirard.
M Ackerman. Mr riintnn. Mr
IrCumford, Mrs Todd, and 3
N.perstrur Kaala, May 20
ilC0X. Hon A Wilrn-r Cant.
PEassie, Eeulei. and 2 deck.
Kperstmr Waialeale, May 20
m 2 children, and 30 deck.
li and H i Trail TA cfm m Tlrt
pw-ror Volcano: F S Lowrie,
i blater, Mrs Lathrop and
;yports: Mrs T L Andrews
Miss Clnrl- Sam TOarrnn
J. A H Johnstone. Peter Lee
n i Hoick, Sam Center and wife,
-a Greeawell, and 50 deck.
hj. Per stmr Jas Makee, May 20
Er W and Eliza leaves for
Sf W??nal leaves fr Ewa
wad of lumber.
?f-aalaJrou8nt 210i bflg3
auai on Tuesday.
SioT;.Capt Vik"man. took to
valued at $34,918 98.
Srt?hooner Robert Lew
jnacbco was 22,939 bags sugar
pounds and valued at
Sfffito t,0- Newhall.
aernbtlaisday corning in
Pe arrived Tn ," ca"ied. .?way
f r Place mr;n77 ana we a
I p e oneof her anchors wjrl
"'al.,,;;- "sniora, At-
Hi.,. - 11:9 mn'der of
I bQn found not
The Hospital Flower Society
meets at 2 o'clock this afternoon at
the Y. M. C. A. hall. ;
The captain of the Borrowdale
will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by his crew.
Mr. Sayford, the evangelist, speaks
again this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
the Central Union Church.
Members of the first battalion
Hawaiian Volunteers are ordered to
report at their armory at 10 o'clock
Two lots of opium, in all,-about
800 tins, are missing from the Cus
tom House where they were placed
for safe keeping.
The Maui Racing Association will
hold its fourth annual meeting on
July 4th. Sixteen events are down
on the programme.
-." '- '" '
A lamp exploded in a room over a
store on King street near the bridge
yesterday evening, but the flames
were quickly put out.
The box plan for the sale of seats
for the performance of the Mikado,
Friday evening, opens at 9 o'clock
this morning at the office of Mr. L.
The Bijou Company will present
"The rough diamond" and "Black
eyed Susan" at ; the Opera house
Saturday evening. Box plan at J. .
Brown & Co.'s office.
Capt. Ackerman came down on
the Irmgard from San Francisco, to
take charge of his vessel the barken
tine Geo. C. Perkins which arrived
yesterday from Peru.
The Chief Justice will return from
Hilo on the 31st of May. Judge Mc
Cully leaves the following Monday
to hold term at Wailuku. Justice
Dole is expected home on the 30th
instant. ' - ' '
The barkentine George C. Perkins
got ashore on Molokai Sunday after
noon about 4 o'clock. A gang of
natives assisted in throwing out her
ballast and she was got off early
Tuesday morning, arriving in Hono
lulu the same day.
The grand ball in aid of the relief
fund of the Honolulu Fire depart
ment, will be held on the evening of
June 10th, probably at the Armory.
Committees of arrangements have
been appointed. It will doubtless
be a very brilliant affair.
The Legislative Assembly of 1890
will be opened at noon to-day by His
Majesty the King in person. Her
Majesty the Queen and H. R. H.
Princess Liliuokalani will be pre
sent. The public are cordially in
vited to attend. Ushers .will be in
Deputy Marshal Hopkins held an
inquest yesterday on the fire which
took place, ' Saturday evening, foot
of Richard street. The jury sworn
was Frank Gertz, Henry Klemme
and J. N. Truschler, who returned a
verdict " that the fire originated by
the accidental explosion of a lamp in
a chandelier in the "room oi one
Mexican Mitchell." .
Miss Stumbaugh, the blind vocal
ist and elocutionist, gives her enter
tainment this afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the Y. M. C. A. hall. The pro
gramme will consist of ballads,
humorous and pathetic readings,
also a full account of the methods of
instructing the blind. The admis
sion is fifty cents for adults and
twenty-five cents for children.
His Ex. L. A. Thurston, Minister of In-
His Ex. J ona. Austin, Minister of Foreign
Affairs. . . -.-v.
Hia Ex. S. M. Damon, Minister of Fi
nance. J : tff T .''
His Ex. C. W. Ashford, Attorney-Gen-';
eral. . ,
NOBLES. : . .. v '
Hon. H. A. Widemann,
i " J. A. Cuminins.
" J. 8. Walker,
" E.C. Macfarlane,
E. Muller, k
" D.W.Pua, M
: : C. J. McCarthy,
" John Phillips,
" H. G.Crabbe,
" J. Kanhane. :
R. R. Hind,
E. A. Burchardt,
H. P. Baldwin,
W. Y. Horner,
W. H. Cornwell,
R. D. Walbridge,
L. von Tempsky,
" P. P. Kanoa,
" Paul Isenberg,
ISLAND OF OAIIU.
" Cecil Brown,
" W. H. Cumniihgs,
" A. Marques, ,
" T. R. Lucas,
" R. W. Wilcox,
" A. Rosa,
" J. E. Bush,
" A..Kaubi, ,
ISLAND OF HAWAn.
" J. Nawahi,
" J.T. Baker,
" A. Horner,
" W. H. Rickard,
" J. K. Kahookano,
" J. H. Waipuilani,
" O. K. Apiki,
ISLANDS OP MAUI, MOLOKAI AND LANAI.
A. P. Paehaole, Molokai.
; . William White, Lahaina.
" L. W. P. Kanealii, North Wailuku.
" J. W. Kalua, South Wailuku.
1 " W. H. Halstead, ; Makawao.
" P. Kamai, Hana.
ISLAND OP KAUAI.
" V. Knudsen,
" VV. H. Kice,
A. S. Wilcox,
A GREAT SUCCESS.
ft was nolle
Committed for Murder.
In the Police Court Tuesday,
morning, Lui, the New Hebridean,
was charged with the murder of
Charles Hiram on May 9th.
Kakaiowas examined and stated
that Lui came to Hiram's house that
night and asked for the Fiji woman;
that Hiram told him to go away; that
directly after he heard the report of
gun ana touna mat mram was
Mary Unquart, the Fiji woman,
said she lived for five months with
Lui. She saw him shoot Hiram and
then run away.
Lehua a private, and ChasAVarren
sergeant, in the Household guards,
also crave evidence.
Deputy; Marshal Hopkins gave
particulars of the inquest held on the
His Honor committed the prisoner
for trial to the Supreme Court.
Board of Fire Underwriters.
A meeting of the Board of Fire
Underwriters of Honolulu was held
yesterday td see what could be done
with regard to the bad oil that there
undoubted!? is in town.
Fire Marshal White was present
and gave several tests of oils he had
obtained frc&u various Darts of the
town. Many were below the legal
test. . '.. -
A committee was aDnointed to take
samples of oil from the kerosene
warehouse and have them tested by
experts, The Marsha! was to be in
vited to witness the tests. The ex
perts will report to the Board as
early as possible.
The Bijou Comedy Company In "I.yn
wood" at the Opera House.
Yesterday evening the Bijou Com
edy gave a most excellent perform
ance of " Lynwood," a drama
founded on the war of the rebellion.
There was a good audience in at
tendance and everyone was more
than satisfied with the efforts of the
various members of the company.
The performance was a benefit for
Miss Lizzie Lingham and Miss Lillie
Atwoood. The former lady is a fine
actress, and on this occasion, as
Lucilly Carlyle, she showed to great
advantage. Her acting throughout
was superb. Miss Atwood, as Miss
Gay, gave a capital representation of
the character. Kate (a spy) was
cleverly taken by Miss Eberle. Mr.
Roberts deserves much credit for the
manner in which he took the part of
Victor Blanchard. The confession
was well done. Much amuse
ment was caused when D. M.
Crowley appeared as Judge Carlyle.
He looked somewhat stage struck,
but he overcame it after two or three
pulls at a mysterious looking bottle.
Lidie West as Dido the negro girl
was capital. Mr. Frank Cleaves was
quite at home as Dudley Middleton.
It was a character that suited him
and was excellently played. The
funny part was E. E. E. E. C. Carter,
and of course taken by Horace Ew
ing. This accomplished comedian
was seen at his best. Messrs. F. J.
Atwood and J. G. Waibel carried
their respective parts well.
Taken altogether it was certainly
the best performance given by the
company, and those who were not
present, missed a rare treat. The
stage settings, and particularly in
the third act when there was a camp
and stands of arms on the stage?
were all that could be desired.
Saturday evening the company
will Dresent Black-eyed Susan and
the Rough Diamond, which should
attract a full house
To Beilt or Lease.
THAT DESIRABLE STORE
on Fort street, (in the Mclnerny
Til-wfc- rMfntlv nccnDied bv J. N.
H Williams. Suitable for office
or store. Apply to office Union Iron Wks.,
Esplanade, or to
120-lm J. N. S. WILLIAMS.
in this port.
CAPTAIN GEO. GUTH
rie of the ship Borrowdale
will not be responsible for
any debts contracted by his
crew during the vessel's slay
- - ' '" - ' i
TkURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
U Kingdom Mr. T. JS. wau noias my
power of Attorney. - ''nr.n':
-110-2W W. E. FOSTER.
iToiwn iiv TPMPnRAHY. AB-
1 ITinmlnm nr. E. Ij.
nutcmnson ww qccupy uy
108-lm J. M. WHITNEY.
" Advertise your wants in the Duly
Facifio Commercial advebtiseb.
The Four Defendants Found Guilty of
Manslaughter Sentence Passed.
A private letter from Hilo dated
May 16th and written hurriedly, was
received by the barkentine Amelia
yesterday. The vessel came in bal
last and brought no regular mail.
The murder trial was ended either
Thursday or Friday, letter does not
state which. The verdict must have
been manslaughter in 2d degree
against J. R. Mills and T. Steele,who
were sentenced each to nine years
imprisonment at hard labor. The
other two defendants, Blabon and
Watson must have been found guilty
of manslaughter in the 3d degree, as
they were sentenced as follows:
Blabon to five years and Watson to
four years imprisonment at hard
labor. The letter also states there
were two other criminal casos tried
before the vessels' leaving, one for
perjury and the other for liquor sel
ling. In these the defendants were
acquitted. Hon. Paul Neumann de
fended in both cases. There was no
session on Saturday, the Court and
members of the bar prefering to
have a rest after the murder trial, to
begin fresh on the 19th.
The Reriral Services.
The Central Union Church was
well filled last evening at the first
service of this week of the special
evangelistic services now in progress.
The subject, was selected from the
first few verses of the thirty-second
Psalm. The evangelist spoke with
great earnestness in urging men to
forsake sin and accept the Gospel of
the Son of God. At the close of the
earnest appeal quite a number of
young people rose for prayers, and
several brief testimonies were given.
The usual large chorus choir led the
singing, which was exceedingly in
teresting. The services will be con
tinued every evening this week in
the church at 7:30 o'clock.
THERE WILL BE SOLD AT
the Government Pound, near
the Oahu J ail , on SATURDAY,
Mav 24th at 12 n'clmlr nnnn
one roan colored Mare, branded on right
and left leg; brand indescribable.
J. W. JP11,
Honolulu, May 20. 1890. 120-2t
MR. ROBERT BARNFIELD WILL
hold a private sale at his Studio, in
Spreckels' Block, during the afternoons of
SATU RD AY and MONDAY NEXT, when
he will offer a selection of local views, in
both oils and water colors, at very much
reduced rates for cash. "119
(Late of the Customs)
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public, merchants and others, that he
is prepared to undertake the collection of
bills, appraiser work, and making inven
tories ot bankrupt and other stocks. Type
writing, iseu xeiepnone 4Ui.
1U3-1IU f . U. .BOX JNO. 333.
HKADQUASTKK8 1ST BATTALION.
Honolulu, H. I., May 19, 1890,
Battalion Orders-No. 2.
PURSUANT TO ORDERS ISSUED
this day from Headquarters, every
member of this Battalion is hereby or
dered to report at their Armory, on WED
NESDAY MORNING. 21st inst., at 10
o'clock sharp, in Fatigue Uniform, to at
tend the opening of the Legislature.
By order of H. F. HEBBARD.
. Maj. Com. 1st Battalion H. V.
E. W. Labgley,
Capt. and Adit. 119-2t -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
E, Peck, W. B. Godfrey and J. Ena,
residing in Honolulu, on the Island of
Oahu, have formed a co-partnership for
the purpose of carrying on a General
Drayage Business, under the firm name of
E. Peck fe Co. The said partnership dates
from February 1, 1890.
-E. PECK & CO.,
By E. Peck, W. B. Godfrey, J. Ena.
Honolulu, May 17, 1890. 119-4t
For Yokohama Hongkong
The Al Steamship
" Yainashiro Mara "
Will leave Honolulu for the above ports
on or about
For freight or passage, having superior
cabin and steerage accommodations, apply
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co.,
ONE TOP BUGGY AS
ood as new. Apply
Firewood For Sale,
CUT AND SPLIT FOR STOVE USE,
$16 per cord, at the : :r
HAWN. COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS,
40-tf . Cor. Queen and Nuuanu Sts.
A CO-PARTNERSHIP HAS BEEN
formed between Beniamin F. Dilling
ham. Mark P. Robinson, and William R.
Castle, under the firm name of the Ha
waiian Construction Company. All of said
partners reside in Honolulu, on the Island
of Oahu. The business of said concern
shall be: the construction and equipment
of railways; filling and grading land;
stone-crushing and quarrying; the manu
facture oi roaa grading material ; me con
struction of wharves, piers and docks;
waterworks construction ; and all business
incidental to or connected with any of said
departments. The said concern shall have
an office . in . Honolulu on the Island of
Oahu, but it proposes to undertake busi
ness in all parts of the Hawaiian Islands.
The said partnership dates from the 1st day
of April, 18UO.
Dated Honolulu, May 13. 1890.
Hawaiian Construction Company by
BENJAMIN F. DILLINGHAM.
MARK P. ROBINSON.
WILLIAM R. CASTLE.
Certificate of Registration of Copy
Department of the Iwtemob, ;
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.)
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ents, that in accordance with the pro
visions of Section 2 Chapter 3 of the Session
Laws of 1888, JAMES J. WILLIAMS has
in the office of the Minister of the In
terior-an application for a 'Certificate of
Copyright for a Photograph ot Natives
Eating Poi, which said application is ac
mmnirnied bv the Oath of the said appli
cant that he is the original and first author
of said Photograph. . - ; .
Now, therefore this Certificate is to
grant unto the said James J. Williams, his
heirs or assigns for the term of Twenty
Years from the twenty-second day of
April, one thousand eight hundred and
ninety, the exclusive right to print, re
print, publish, use and vend the said Pho
tograph tnrOUgUOUt uc uonouou iuug-
Tn witness whereof I have caused this
Certificate to be issued at Honolulu, this
9oa hv of Anril. A. D.. 1890, and the Seal
of the Department of the Interior to be
hereto amxea. . MTTr,M
l. s.l L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
AQE TOO ILL?
Xr. MereWa Belt i
the oolrperfact lctri
y-caitcry. it will
tS&ek, Im potency.
wpBia,lhlaad Fm1 Wukwn Tbouad nitd
fa America. Forwarded bat&T toanj lofthjworid
That Shirt Button
Can get a man's " dander riz," and cause
more confusion and bad language when it
isn't there, than anything we know of. It is
always the little things that worry a man
in this world, and wear him out and bring
him down to fill an early grave. If on
rising in the morning he puts his naked
foot on the business end of a tin tack,that's
another little item that gets his " hair
off." It's always the ' small matters that
cause the trouble, a fag end of a cigarette
burned down Chicago; a little stream of
water half an inch wide, washed away the
dam of Conemaugh and lost thousands of
lives, at the Johnstown disaster. So it is
with disease, it begins in a small way and
gradually extends its ramifications until
it is complete master of the situation, and
then it is, probably, too late to do any
good. The way to allay disease is to at
tack it in its initial stages; when sickness
is coming on it always gives ample warn
ing, the symptons are slight, perhaps, but
nonetheless important; approaching dis
ease always casts its shadows before, differ
ent people get different symptoms, one
gets headache, another neuralgia, a third
lassitude, a fourth loss of appetite, and so
on. Any constitutional disturbance must
tell you that the processes of life are not
properly progressing, that some part of
the human machinery is disorganized and
if you neglect this irregularity, chronic
discease will positively result. Hundreds
of people are hurried into untimely graves
through neglect of the first symptoms. We
want you to know that Clements' Tonic is
the article that will arrest the progress of
disease of all kinds if taken at the onset.
Clements' Tonic is an article that has
never yet and never will fail to regulate all
the processes of animal life, it aids perspi
ration and respiration, secretion, digestion,
assimilation, elimination and excretion;
it stimulates the liver and cleanses the con
gested hsepatic glands and ducts and renal
passages oi an moroia ana impure accumu
lations. Clements' Tonic invigorates the
stomach and regulates the bowels and
braces up the whole corporal structure. It
prevents fever, malaria and ague. It pre
vents the relaxation and depression so pre
valent in the hot weather, enriches the
blood, restores all lost nerve power, and
gives tone to the system. Clements' Tonic
will do all this and more, it win save lue,
add the evidence which we have received
from its influential patrons and the eulo
gistic press notices, are sufficient to prove
the above statements even to the most
sceptical, and we will send copies on appli.
cation to F. M. Clements, Newtown, Syd
ney. - "
To be had, wholesale or retail, of
HOLLISTER & CO., 109 Fort St
1320 102-lm .
Book, News and Stationery .Store
106 FORT STREET.
Baseballs, Bats, Gloves, MasksEtc.
Country clubs should send their or
ders at once at special rates Baseballs
from 10c. up ; Bats from 15c. up.
MUSIC Dance Folios, Song Folios,
Sheet Music, songs and instrumental.
Full lines of Presentation Books,
Mark Twain 8crap Albums, Autograph
Albums, Photograph Albums. .
rTOL u&n& s volcano ana torai lsi&nas
A few copies will be received per next
Australia please send your orders.
New Zaalander Abroad in Eneland.
America and the Sandwich Islands, by
W. M'Hutcheson, price $2.00.
Our stock of these goods is unequaled
in the Islands.
Twenty-four Vols. Sir Walter Scott's
Works, bound in cloth for $13.50 best
thing ever onered for the money.
Sole Agency for the MERRITT TYPE
WRITER: send for circulars hundreds
in use; universal satisfaction all round.
THOS. G THRUM,
Pianos For fient.
TEE FINE TR0TTIN6-BRED 8TALLI0N
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ntn Ct ftn T Vl iL
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Hotel and Sethel Streets.
T ONG RANGE. LATEST IMPROVED
Ai Winchester, Remington and Colts Ri
fles." Pistol practice $5.00 in gold to the
person makincr the best score each week.
ending Saturday evening at 9 r. m. Stand-
ara American i argeus. - -
L. M. JOHNSON,
112-lw ' Proprietor.
Sire Gus and he by Beilfounder, 1st dam Jenny Noyes. Bell Ringer 1st dam by
Gov. Stanford's Electioneer, 2d dam by John Nelson, 3d dam by Old St. Clair, 4th dam
by Jack Hays, by Wannabago by Glencoe. Millman's Beilfounder by Beilfounder
son of Morse, horse, dam Engineer 2d, son of Engineer, by Imp. MESSENGER, 2d
dam by Harris Hamiltonian, son of Bishop's Haiuiltonian, he by Imp. Messenger.
BEIYL RINGER la m. heantirnl drk brown norii. 1A h&nrfa fila-ti. wl1iln
1150 pounds, with black points, and fine carriage and beautiful action.
He trotted a race at 13 months old. sick with the nink.ev driven hv John K.
Goldsmith, in 2:47.
tS For farther particulars enquire of
B. F. WHITE, Honolulu, H. I.
LE0NHARD & E08S,
THAT ORDERS FOR "SUNNYSH)EM PROPERTY AT PRESENT MAR
ket prices must he sent not later than bv the "Alameda " leavine Honolulu
on the 31st of May, 1890.
Cr-F One-fourth of the purchase money is sufficient to secure a contract.
Price of Inside Lots $ 150 00 each
Price of Corner Lots 175 00 each
The above notice does not annlvin those cases where the propositions are
already in course of negotiation.
INVESTORS WILL PLEASE 8TATE I
1st If they are American citizens. 2d If not themselves American citizens, but
married to the daughter of an American citizen give wife's full name.
LEONHARD & ROSS, Honolulu Block, "
1274 112-ly Ellensbnrgh. Wash.
CLIMAX BAKtNG POWDER
ABSOLUTELY PURE I
40 Cents a lb. only Try one Can and you will always use it.
SPECIAL KATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Only Steam Soda Works in the
Ginger Ale, Plain, Sweet and Cream Soda,
. ' n-
CHAMPAGNE CIDER, SARSAPARILLA,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC.
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA AND IRON WATER,
Factory : No. 23 ISTuxLaim St.
MUTUAL. TELEPHONE 860; BELL 372.
D. T. BAILEY,
BENSON, SMITH & CO,
WM. G. FISHBE'S
Wrought Steel CooKing Ranges
With Broiler and Hot Water Attachments.
Consuming one-third LESS FUEL, either wood or ;coaK than anvotliAr
in existence. No brick work about it, just nTut"Svt
whose Balons quahties are usssrpsd. . '
Zli.Z ilrr.7ZS? oa.rate dy. : or if the on.
.niface in eoaia d ehoo cry.msr thin tte oTh lta ta'mid S TJ
on the other, nuUn3 it eqcslia Sibmty to three dUtjnct QtSSr P'
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v FOIIT IfTkiEET. fcppodto Gpreckels' Cask), Ilcncfsla. -
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