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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISEit, MAY 24, 1893.
OAHU RAILWAY k USD GOS TIME TABLE FROM AND V FTJ5H OCT. 1, 1802. . SAW TRAINS a.m. r.M. r.M. i.aave BonoIaln..6:18 8:45 1:45 4:351 arrive Honoalloll.7:20 9:5? 9:5? 5:851 (. nonoalloll.730: 10:43 3:43 5:431 trrlve Honolula-.8:35 11:55 4:55 6:50t f liwKIi CITY LOCAL. Laitt Honolulu... 5:101 Arrive Pearl Clty,. .... 5:48 Lct Pearl City ...6:85 .... ...... Arrive Honolulu. ...7:30 ...... t Saturdays only Sundays excepted. Saturdays excepted. 2863-q FOREIGN MAIL, SERVICE. Steamships will leave for and arrive from San Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 1S93. Faom Hosolclc to Saw Fkakcisco. Australia. ...May 24 Miowera, via Van couver June 1 Cielic May 2D Alameda . ...Junel City Peking.. J une C China June 18 Australia. ..June 21 Warn moo, via Van couver Julv 1 Belgie J une 27 Mariposa J une 29 Pern July 7 Oceanic July 17 Australia July 19 Rio Janeiro.. July 25 Monowai....July 27 Gaelic Aug. 6 j City Peking. Aug. 1 From San Frasckco to Hosolcxc. Australia.... May 17 Monowai June 1 Australia. ..June 14 Miowera, via Van couver.. ....June 21 Alameda June 29 China July 9 Australia July 12 Warrimoo, via Van couver July 21 Mariposa July 27 Oceauic Aug. 7 Australia.... Aug. Monowai... Aug. 24 Australia .8eit. C "- IH? AlSmtUH ucuwai Australia Oct. 4 Oceanic Oct. 1R Australia. ...Aug. if AUmeda Ang. 24 Australia... Sept. 13 Mariposa... Sept. 21 Oceanic ....Sept. 25 Australia. . . . Oct. 11 Monowai Oct. 19 China Nov. 6 Australia.... Nov 8 Alameda. ...Nov. 10 Oceanic Dec. 4 Australia.... Dec. 6 Alameda.. ..Dec. 14 City Peking. ..Jan. 2 Marinosa. . . . Oct. 19 Australia.... Nov. Monowai Nov. 16 China Nov. 27 Australia Deo. 6 Alameda.. .Dec. 14 Oceanic Dec 25 Australia Jan BIetorolojclcl Record. KVXBX HOBDAY. " oo o E. 1 9 o z$ a s p H Dg'g - - Sno 14 30.10 30.05 72 83 0.0 63 3 KB 4 Mon 16 30.1O30 07 7J 82 0.C0 71 KB 4 Tae 18 . "50.16 30 10 71 82 O.el r-9 KB 8 Wed I7ij. 16 30 CJ 71 810 08 fi'J 3 KB 6 Tha- 18 30.15 30.C9 .71 7- 0.C6 77 5 B 4 trl. 19 30 14 30.10 71 83 0.1C i3 4 kb 5 9t.. '.30 15 30.12 72 2 .06 fil 3 KNE 3 Tfd San nd Moon. II O, l. LTOM. a oojf" c 5 s-S 5- gs a - -B 5s: as a? a? 5 l a. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Mon.... 22 10.60 0. 0 5.30 3. 0 5.19 6.34 0.38 Tne... 23 11.20 f.20 7. 0 6.15 5 19 .35 1.1S Wed... 24 0.60 7. 0 -45 6.18 .35 1.49 Thar... 25 1.30 C.30 7.J0 7.20 6.18 6.35 2.23 rri.M.M 26 2.10 0.45 7.60 8.16 6.18 6.86 2 48 Bat.?.. 27 2.25 1.16 8.10 8 SO 6.18 6.36 8.23 Baa.... 28 S. 0 2. 6 8.30 9.35 6.18 6.37 8.65 First quarter of the mooi, May 22d At 4b. 21m A. M. Time Wbiatle blown t lb. 23m. 34a. p.m. of Honolulu time, which Is tne same as ln. um. us. of Greenwich time. . SHIPPIKU 1STELLIQSNCE. ARRIVALS. Tuesday, May 23. Stmr W G Hall, Simerson, from Maui nrl Hawaii- tstmr Kaala, Gahan, from Waialua and Waianae. DEPAKTURE5. Tuesday, May 23. Stmr Claudine, Davies, for Maui, titmr Mikahala. Chaney, for Kauai. Stmr Ift!ani. Freeman, for Makaweli. Haw tkRP llithet, Morrison, for San Francisco. Schr Lnka for Kohala. JSchr Moiwabine for Itamakua. Schr Mahimaht for Waianae. VIC99ELS LEAVINQ TO-DAT. OSS Australia, Houdlette, for San Francisco, at 12 m. Stmr Vaialeale, Smythe, for Lahaina and llamakua, at 9 a m. Stmr Tele. Peterson, for Makaweii. Stmr Kaala, Gahan, for Waianae and Waialua. Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau. Schr Mile Morris for Koolau. rKSSEM IN PORT. (Toll list does not include ooaatere.) NAVAL VESSELS. USB Boston, Day, Ililo. V 6 4 Adams, Nelson. San Francisco. H M S Hj-acintb, May, Esquimau. MEKCHA5TMIX. Am Mis bkt Morning Star.Garland.Kusaie. Er sch Norma. Macquarrie, Yokohama. Br sh Greta, Garland. Newcastle. Am bk G D Bryant, San Francisco. Br bi Gainsborough. McPhail. Newcastle. Am bkt S N Castle, Hubbard, from S F. Am schr King Cyrus, Christiansen, N we'le. Am schr Lyman D Foster, Dreyer, Nwc'le. Bk Amy Turner, Pendleton, from N Y. Am bk Albert, Winding, San Francisco. Am bk Matilda. Swenson, Nanaimo. B. C. Am schr Transit. Jorgensen, San Fran. Am brgt WG Irwin, Williams, San Fran. rCRKION VES1KIS EXPECTED. VefSeU. Where frota. l'U-. Am bk Harvester S F(Hi!o) .May 21 Am bkt Irmgard S F May 28 Am bk S C Allen S F May 23 KM SS Monowai SF June 1 Ana bk Discovery S F June 1 C P SS Miowera Sydnev. . . . June 2 Am brgt Lurline S F (Hilo) June 2 Am bkt Mary Winkelman. ..S F.. .June 3 AmbkAlden Besse... 8 F(Kah)..June 5 Am bgt Conmelo SF (Rah) .June 8 Ger bk G N Wilcox ...Liverpool.. Julv 4-10 Br bk Lad stock L'pooL.July 25-31 Ger bk J C Pflager Bremen... Sept 5-15 Am bk Martha Davis . . Boston .... Dec 5-15 PASSENGERS. AkEIVALS. , From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W G Hill, May 23 From volcano: A Holmes nd wife, Misses Holmes (2), R Hea.p, M. Metzler. R Snowdon, It Eggers. C Gold smith. From way ports: Mrs E V Fuller and two children. Miss A Fennell. F W Da mon, Mrs V S Bartlfett, Rt Rev Bishop c.f Panopolis, J Jorgensen, W Savidere. E C rnei.j liichardson, Mrs RUhop Willi?. J K Kekaula and wife. L II Lane. H C Car ter. J Machado, C L Brito, 1 Chinese, and so o:i uecK. DEPASTURES. For Kauai, per strur Iwalani. May 2 Francis Gay ai;d A Robinson. V - T.- : . : t- . i i ii... oi v E Roweiii 11 Dyer, and several on deck. For Maui. Der strur Claudine. Mav 2 Claus Spreckelj. W M Giffard. Sifter Mf Desale3 and servant, C M alton. Air and .Mrs McLaughlin, Mrs A Martinson, Mrs fccholtz. H Giles, M 1 Monsarrat. Law Chonp, Young Tong, wife end child, Mrs ccrcett anu otuers. IMPORTS Per Kaala 2025 bags sugar. PerWG Hall :-c:i9 bags sugar, 4 bags iwaJ 1i-b?ls.ilide3ctbdli coffee, 90 bags awa goat skins, 93 cases pineapples, 28 head cattle. i Dbis poi, ana o pkgs sundries. KXPORTS. For San Francisco, per Haw bk It P Rithet, May 23 C Brewer & Co, 10,919 bags sogir: Castle & Cooke, 10,824 bags 6ugar; Theo II Davies fc Co. 11.277 bags sugar. Total. 33.0.0 bags (4.02G40 lbs) sugar; do mestic value. S137.89U.21. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head; May 10 p. m. : v eather, cloudy ; wind, Ugnt iN. mi t T 1 ine scnooner King oyrus uis- rfifircrprl f.00 tnnB of noal in threp. . ii i a a a . J OL. A- J - 1 I ll uays. rne expects tu uuioau tue remaining OUU tons next three days. during the The bark Gainsborough moved over to the I. I. S. Im. Co. s wharf yesterday to receive sugar. After taking on board a quantity ot sugar as stiffening, she will move bank to the Fort street merto com- plete discharging the balance of her coal. fT, l 1. T1 T I Ml 1 ajiu uarn. v. u. iiyaii, win leuve next Tuesday or Wedresda' for ban r rancisco. The bark Albert has finished un loading cargo. She is at the fish market wharf waiting for sugar. The schooner Transit and bngan tine V. G. Irwin will finish dis- charging their general freight in a few days. ' lhe missionary packet Morning Stfir r?iinoin finrlarw! will loavo I r,a- ooi arnnnr 4i, llll A A V A (A t 1 11 11 A A .A 11 lnij LliUll tl L11C south sea islands about the earlv part of next month. The Star is now lying at the old custom house . jJ wharf, having necessary repairs. at tended to by shipwrights. The bark R. P. Rithet sailed yes terday for San Francisco. She took 2014 tons, or 33,020 bags cf sugar, valued at $137,890.24. The steamer W. G. Hall arrived yesterday afternoon from windward ports, with nine passengers from the volcano and sixty-five from way ports, including nineteen in nrJr of sugar, 6000 of which were for u. Brewer & Co. and the remainder for W. G. Irwin & Co. THE HERRING TRIAL. The Jury Finds Him Guilty of Aiii? ju aaa I uau uuj i Manslaughter in the Second Degree. V f In the Circuit Court yesterday, morning the defense in the Her nng murder case completed the introduction of testimony -and . . ... i nr i-w resiea. Awurney - wenerai v. vj. omun, ior me prosecution, ana v,. W. Ashford, for the defense, argued I the case to the jury from their re spective standpoints. Judge Cooper summed up the case and laid down the law, and at a late hour in the afternoon the jury retired to con sider their verdict. Shortly after 8 p.m. the jury filed into court with a verdict of manslaughter in the second degree. Under this verdict the defendant must be imprisoned for a term not less than five nor more than ten years, in the discre- tion of the court. Wilcox's Opinion. R. V. Wilcox has a long letter in this morning's Ka Leo explain ing his position regarding the An nexation club. He says that he abandoned the club when Commis sioner Blount arrived, as he had confidence in his justice and fair- those who have signed the annexation rolls to follow his example and withdraw therefrom They will probably not do so. Farewell Reception. K Chief Justice and Mrs. Judd gave a farewell reception on Mon- day evening last at their residence, on .Nuuanu street, to Mrs. Robinson, Mr. Aubrey Robinson, Hon. F. Gay and Miss Gay. Some thirty or brty guests were present, includ ing Vice-President Damon, Mrs. Blount, Captain May and Lieut. Stileman of the Hyacinth. Music, singing, social conversation, etc., in- erspersed with refreshments, made up a very enjoyable evening. For Today's Mail. If you wish your friends abroad to keep abreast of Hawaiian affairs,'' send them copies of the Gazette and Advertiser of the past two days. Extra editions of ' both papers have been printed ior the outgoing mail today. Copies in wrappers, ready for mailing, can be secured at this office or at the newsdealers. LOCAL A2.D GENERAL. Queen Victoria's birthday. Mails at 11 :o0 a.m.; registered letters at 10. Hear the phonograph, Thomas diock, ivmg street, I ) f Wheelmen's moonlight dance at Remond grove on Saturday. The oile driver is doine- eood work at the Pacific Mail wharf. M CJ CZJ the steamer landing at noon today. Jsine tourists returned from the volcano by the W. G. Hall yester- da7- Tai Lung has been arrested for receiving stolen goods belonging to II. W. Schmidt & Sons. The Planters' Monthly for May is out. it contains tne usual amount of interesting matter. Tt. is nndprstnnd that J. C. Potter will succeed Frank Hastings as chief clerk of the foreign offive. Eaie oi government lotson iae esplanade will take place in lront I r V 4hn rm rr h r-r lArlQir O T vium uuac -w-i rrr w noon I X , T0(irilea has a farewell card to his friends in this issue. Jtle intends to visit his home in Madeira. Send a copy of this morning's Advertiser and yesterday's 12- page Gazette with your corres- ponuence today. jfrf Jonathan Shaw has been aooointed tax assessor and col- appointeu tax assessor ana coi I . 1 . . . . . ... JCtOr tor the lirst division 01 the island of Oahu One solitary arrest, that of a Jap anese drunk, was all tnat was re ported at the police station up to midnight last night. . The annual meetiner of the Hrit ih "Benevolent soeietv has been nostDoned till Tuesdav. Mav 30th. at the i. M. (J. A. hall. Jne o reran at the bt. Andrew s I v - cathedral is being overhauled by I I H ..I. ,I 41.. J I L. Clark, who erected the one in the Central Union church. Mr. G. E. Boardman, as assignee of the estate of Jas. rsott, has a notice to creditors and debtors to make immediate settlement. lhe luau at waikiki-kai was well patronized during yesterday. An entirely new bill of fare in the Hawaiian style was spread in the evening. Ensign Voseleesane has recovered the watch he lost on Sunday while assisting in getting the Bonnie Dundee off the mud. A diver from t j j the Hyacinth found it. The frequent showers iof rain last ance at the farewell to ex-Minister Stevens, which otherwise would i I I ' In honor of Queen Victoria's birthday the Hawaiian band, under the leadership of Prof. Berger, will render a natrintie rnnoerr. at. Thomas square at 7 :30 tonight. . . , , . ino cncKei matcn Detween an eeven from tho Hyacinth and a team from the local club will take place at the Punahou college grounds. Game called at 11 :30 A. M. The social dance and oysh r sup per of the Sons of St. George, which was to have taken place tonight, and for which great preparations had been made, has been post poned. There was a dress rehearsal last evening of the tableaux which will be presented at the entertainment to be given for the benefit of the library fund. The marked improvement in the playing of the Hawaiian band is the subject of much favorable com ment. The new drummer is an ex pert with the sticks, and is the admiration of all the boys in town. Warrants are out for the arrest of a negro named Abraham, who is charged with a criminal assault S?.11 Birl at Waiklkl,J als0 for a Chinaman, name unknown, for the same offense at the same place. Still After Nordhoff. It is reported that one or more civil suits for libel will be entered in the supreme court today against Charles Nordhoff, and that a sum- mons will be served on him during the day. American Legation. A flagpole was hoisted at the Snow cottage yesterday, and an American flag thrown to the breeze. The cottage will hereafter be known as the American Legation. Has Resigned. Theodore C. Porter has resigned his portfolio as minister jc-f finance. The name of his suc cessor has not yet been made public. Tourists and others visiting Hilo can find the Datly Advertiser and Hawaiian Gazette (weekly) on sale at the store of J. A. Mar tin, Waianuenue street. .Hon. PYGMALION AND GALATEA. The Story of the Last Tableau at the Library Benefit. Preparations for the entertain ment at the opera house for the benefit of the Honolulu library to morrow nieht are raoidlv coins? - A J O O forward, and much interest is be ing manifested in the affair, not onIJ b3' those directly interested. I - - - . but by the public generally Some regret has been expressed that the published programmes are not more complete. iaKe, lor m- stance, the last tableau on the list. entitled "Pygmalion and Galatea." This is in reality a story told in three separate tableaux. The story is as follows : Pygmalion was an ancient sculptor of Cyprus who fell in love with a beautiful ivory statue of his own carving, which fie naa namea uaiaiea. in an swer to his prayers, Venus endowed the statue with life, and she be came his wife. The story forms the basis of one of W. S. Gilbert's most successful dramas, and the , i;,ij n r ..;; I O drapery and classic effect. Tomorrow night thi3 story wil be pictured in three scenes, the first portraying the sculptor in his studio engaged on the statue ; the second, the eculptor contemplating nis nnisneci wors ana meniany praying to Venus to endow it with life ; and the third and last, the realization of his prayer. Mr Allpn TTntnhincnn hac t-Jrllir taken charSe. ?C. thjs. particular tableau, which bids fair to be one nF (ha mnet l((l-lili na m.aoontal wt "v.o ai-uvi.v dlkl. ANOTHER OPIUM SEIZURE. Two Special Officers Make, a Nice Haul. Special officers Wm. Kamana and D. Makaila made a raid on a deserted house on Nuuanu street yesterday afternoon, and found twenty-one tins of opium buried in the ground. A Chinaman named Fun Che alias Kong Young, who was found on the premises, denied any knowledge of the affair, but upon being arrested offered the officers $50 to let him go. The officers took the Chinaman and the $50 as well to the police sta tion, where he was charged with the unlawful possession of opium. Circuit Court Notes. In the case of R. C. Peterson vs bamuei Ji.hriich, lor damages, a al denial b lbe defendant , was eniereu. Teresa M. Miranda, who was con victed of larceny last week and was sentenced to eighteen months im FlsJ?nnient, a.nd to Pa? fie. ,f xnougn ner attorney nas mea TYinfif.n for a np.w t.nni nn tn err mi nrl a r.4 orrArc rvT T o rxr of 4 V o gLVUllUO J V 1 1 Ij VTA AU1T C4W V4AU trial and that the verdict was con trary to law and evidence. George E. Boardman, as assignee of James Nott, Jr., a bankrupt, has filed his bond in the sum of $1000, with W. C. Peacock as surety. Susie Nelson's Case. The case of the Provisional gov ernment vs. Susie Nelson came up for trial in the police court yester day, but owing to the early de parture of the Australia, of which the lady is stewardess, the trial was postponed till June 15th. She was required to furnish a bond for her appearance in the sum of $1000, which was given with E. L. Lewis as surety. Tcru SUtocrtisaucnts. Assignee's Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING been appointed Assignee of the Estate of James Nott, Jr. of Honolulu, a voluntary bankrupt, requests all p?rsons having claims against said Estate to present their claims within six months from date, or they will be forever barred, and all persons owing said Estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment to G. E. Boardman at Ka Maile Store, 519 Fort Street, Honolulu. G. E. BOARDMAN, Assignee. Honolulu, May 24, 1893. 338S-6t Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED DEPARTS ON S. S. Australia this day, for a visit to his family in Madeira, and takes this opportunity of saying goodbye to bis friends and acquaintances in Honolulu and hopes to return in about three months. - MANUEL RODRIGUES. 33SS It Assignee's Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED, THE As signee in bankruptcy of the estate of M. R. de Sar, gives notice that he has filed in the Supreme Court his accounts as such Assignee, and has asked for a settlement of the same and a discharge, and that hearing on the same has been set for FRIDAY, May 26th. 1S93, at 10 a.m. F. W. McCHESNEY, Assignee of the Estate of 31. R. de Sar, uankrapt. 3337-St Any kind of printing at the Ga zette Office equal to work done abroad. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. TIlK CLOSING WEEK OF THE l'HOXO GltAPII. gj&" Another Favorite will sooa leave town, and then the rhonograph Musicales will no longer be beard in Honolulu. The last orror.TUXiTY to hear the various beautiful operatic arias, popular songs and choruses, and solo and concerted instrumental selec tions WILL BE DCKI.VO THE WEEK COMMENCING May 21st, AXD ENDING Saturday Evening, May 27tk. Popular prices to suit the times, so don't overlook this really last chance. Exhibition rooms, Thomas Block, King street, three doors from Messrs, Castle & Cooke's, between Bethel an'? Nuuanu Greets. lw. Chas. Stoeckle, Manager, Wanted t 100,000 Cancelled Ha waiian Stamps I The undersigne will buy any quantity of Hawaiian stamps for Cash ! Jas. Steinek, At the Elite Ice-Cream Parlors. 33SG-3t. Those desirous of having their Pianos Tuned or repaired, will t please send la tneir orders to v . ii. !. ..... v-rr T v Benson, at the Arlington. 3382-3t Novelties in Lyons Silk, Ladies' Parasols, very stylish; Chiffon Scarfs and Fichus, at N. S. Sachs', Fort street. Fresh Island Potatoes re ceived weekly, arid for sale at the I X L. Bengal Silkaline Draperies, new choice patterns at 25 cents a yard, also a good assortment of Serim Draperies just received at Sachs', 104 Fort street. SB7 Finest Enameled Cabinet Photo's Only $ 2 per dozen at " Cos mopolitan Photo Gallery," 2So. 110 Nuuanu Street, Cosmopolitan Photo Co. Makes and Finishes Pictures in three days. There are three of us and all hustlers. 3311-tf g3BT For Bargains in New and Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. gjSr Now is the time to lay in a stock of Honolulu Soap. You can buy it of the Honolulu Soap Works for 50 cents a box less than inferior soap is now selling for ia San Fran cisco. Highest prices paid for tallow. 3317-tf. If yon want to sell out your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. Ij. 0m Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. 1ST Tho Musical Library ot the late G. L. Babcockjn now on sale at the Golden Rule 3azaar. . 3264-ltf C3T The Bon Ton Dressmak ing Parlors are now at corner of Fort and Beretania streets, open to those of Honolulu and vicinity wish ing stylish suits and costumes, as well also as comfortable and neat gowns. The public are now enabled to have their wardrobes fitted out as well and with the same style as can be ob tained in San Francisco. 3267 JSy" Prompt returns made on Goods sold on commission at the I. X. L. FOR SAX FRANCISCO ! AMERICAN BARK C. D. BRYANT JACOBSEN, Master. Will sail for the above port on or about MAY 27th, Having superior Cabin accommodations. fDfFor Passage, apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., 33S6-3t AGENTS. Lost. A RED ENAMELED LOOr UN with small diamond in center. nitials F. E. W. on back of pin. A suita ble reward will be paid by returning to Hawaiian Hotel. 33--'r Money to Loan. N SUMS NOT LESS THAN $1,000 on first-class security. For particulars, apply to T. r. DIAS, 33S5-2w At Gonsalves & Company's. Horse Pasture at Kaneohe. HORSES PASTURED AT reasonable rates, and on the beat of feed. Apply W. F. ALLEN, Or Manager at Ranch; Mutual Tele phone 713. 3340-tt 2Ccro ttncrtiscmrnt3. Taro Flour has been largely advertised as a cure for dyspepsia, but the fact that it is healthier and better for hot cakes than wheat ' . n. . I r milSt DOt b(3 IoSt. SISht of- There are few thing:; made of wheat flour that would not be better for the health i Taro Flour was used instead. Try it in making your next breakfast rolls. THE KLLTE Ice .Cream Parlors Are well known for their excel lent quality of Fine Ice Cream, Calces, Candies, Pies, Fancy Pastries, Ice Cream Soda, Sherbets, Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc. The most attractive colllection of Island Ourios I OT" NATIVE FANS a specialty. 85 Hotel Street. Typewriting, Engrossing, Draughting H. M. MIST Is prepared to undertake any business in the above named lines, umce mm air. E. A. Jones; entrance Merchant Street. y372-lm MISS BURROW'S Dressmaking Rpoms 9 HOTEL, STREET. Prices lower than elsewhere in Hono lulu. Latest styles as worn in London and Paris. A specialty of Washing Dress es. Ail woric neaiiy ana prompuy finished. 3340 CHARLES B. COOPER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon OFPrcE : 34 Alakea Street ; Rksidknck : Hawaiian Hotel Cottage No. 300. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m; Sundays 9:30 to 10:30 A. M. Telephones : Mntaal 424, Bell 116. 3350-tf PIANO TUNING! W. H. BENSON. US-Leave orders on slate at itooin 13 Arlinj?ton Hotel. Hotel 8t 3040-lmtf W. A. KINNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: No. 60 Fort Street, (V. O. Smith's Law Office) . 3360-tf ANCHOR SALOON HAS' JOHN" WIKLAND'S Extra Palo Lager Beer On Draught Clear, Cool and Invigorating. Also, always on hand OYSTER -:- COCKTAILS! OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. CCSHot Lunch from 11:30 a. m. to 1 :30 p. m daily. 3373-lm To Let. THE PREMISE8 SITUATE on th ecorner of Beretania and AhiDai Streets. The House is aree and contains rive airy Rooms with large Lanai and the lot. These Pre mises are pleasantly and conveniently located. Possession given May 1st, 893. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, Next Post Office. 3357-tf "ILAN1W4I." A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING Resort has been opened atVVaikiki. Tramcars pass the gate . Special arrange ments can be made for Family Picnics and Evening Bathing Parties. 3274-3m To let or Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES on Beretania Street, lately occupied by Mr. E. W. Peterson. For particulars apply to E. C. ROWE, 3292-tf King Street. All kinds of artistic printing at the Gazette Office. flURT&C0.j Vhonolulu World Fair s Ticket : TO :- CHICAGO -AND RETUEN The undersigned are pre pared to give intending tour ist3 the advantago of a Special Round Trip Rale FROM HONOLULU TO Chicago i Return In connection with tho Steam ers of the Oceanic Steamship Co. of San Francisco and tho Union Steamship Co. of Now Zealand. t31T"Further particulars may be had upon application. 3349 LIMITED. MRS. E. TURNER Has removed lier DKESSMAKLNCi iiOOAia To Hotel st, Opp. the Y. M. C. A. Hill . Where she is prepared to do Dresstnakins in all tho latest styles. The new method of form-fittg employed (the method now used by all the leading dressmakers in San Francisco). MJ&All work neatly and promptly finished. Prices as reasonable as any in the city. 3234-ti GO TO THE EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu Avenue, on to 'rnic ABLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street. RATE 8 Table Board M $1 per day. Board and Lodging...... $2 " " Board and Lodging $12 per week. jCOTSpecial monthly prices. tTE. KROU8E, pROPHiRTon. E. B. THOMAS Contractor and Builder ESTIMATES GIVEN Oh all kinds ot Brick, Iron Stone and Wooden Build ings. All kinds of Jobbing in the buildinc trade at tended to. Keeps for sale: Brick. Lima Cement, Iron Stone Pine and Fittings, old and new Corrugated iron. Win ton Tiles. Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors, California and Monterey Sand, Granit Curbing and Blocks, Kite., Ktc. umce and Yard ;or King and Bmlth 8ts. Office Honrs 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 r.M Telephones Bell 3M : Mutual 417. Besi dence, Mutual 410. !'. O. Box 117. For Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE tnises opposite tho Makikl re serve, recentlv occupied by Mr. Charles Creighton. The prounds are spacious, and well ehaded with Ornamen tal and Fruit Trees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways The Buildings will be put in thorough repair to suit the wishes of a good tenant, tor further particulars, apply to BKUCK CART WRIGHT, Trustee lor lurs. jviary n. ievcy. 3358-tf mg a is arknowledgwi tha leadinR remedy for CJonorrb A uicet. The only ui remedy for Lcneorrkflra or Whites. I Dreacrlbe It ! feel ii r ani bT eaie in recomrzudiii U .xf i TheEan8Chi",iCo to all sof fTer. WXA Sold y OrnmctaWb Hobqoh, NrwMAH Co., Aetiti Hoaola HOLLISTXB ft Co., WhoUisU AftXlt Bnioi, Sum uo.,WQcieiaiAKSD. w b. 6 .Irwin & Co. IT06DAYS. J OoUMIMt BOt W n fvtW itut Btriewf.