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Hie .IrMli ol Jhmiic AiiMin iciimixc
from the Miirrmc Iti-mli .111 lnrotniill
Mi tirit ; from hi-. Mmil lender ami
iMtretl ltu-t-am., an ittiliilecM m.tl
11 rreJ WirfiM , front lit hiulhetv (lie
iiuitt conjenit of tmtmle ; from hi
j.MKimr Jiiilfrt llir tmwl of frieml.
1 In but ltt mto fl tntftl councilor.
Scifhbon eiM mi a ulnctl frioml.
Ihe king ami the nation li.no Iom :i
Yht tiMth of Jiwili '.Illicit mit llio
tiagk enrtmu of vfltleil rotecr. lie
will lie mitnl liy till of llolicmi.i lli.U
knew him aimI by many tmHiile Ho
hcmta tlwt liil not know him Mr
iu the mint ilittiiigtiishctl Routine!
thai either Cnliforni.i or three M.uuls
lim em known. It iIiiiiiih not with
fniiu nic to say that the wntltl lout a
i;ret thtt when Joseph lllilcn
m-gUiictl tn 1n.1V.1- himself at onre a
. lentilii anil a r.trlciil rook.
m .-11 1 i'iiii 1:11."
Since JwIho n.tin took his scat on
the lietirh. Ni.txinlicr tSSi, the Ha
waiian Supreme C'ontt ha reiulereil
ileoKons in I5S ra-.es. Distent lias
lieen an follows : Jul) Term 1S8.1, U'.i
liinctnaali v. Knoohini, Austin tliv
.ruled: Octolwr Term iSSj, I'mstenaii
vs. llarkfcld. MiCnlly disicnleil, as to
1 crtnin minis of the derision; January
lerin t.S.S.i, Kose w I'aiker, Austin
dissi-ntcdj The King s. Afonp, Mr
Cully dissented: Airil Tctm iMS.t,
Manic v. U'aihce Sugar Co., McCully
dissented; Hopkins v. I'liting '., Aus
tin dissented; July Term i88, R,(5riee
ts. t'liiluk (( Luetic Clutter Case) Judd
dissented; Siiei tol Term December
18S;, Castle and others vs. Kni-cna,
lnandamiH appliedfor, derision of Chief
Justice over-ruled hy full benrh on the
ioint of law that injunction and not
mandamus was the proper remedy ;
Chilian Co. ts. l'rmccillc Plantation
Co,, decision of Justice MtCully over-
tulcd; Ortober Term SS, Watcrhouse
v. SprecVels & Irwin, Judd dissented;
January Term 18S5, Colepian v. Cole
man, Judd dissented; Akiona v. Ko
Imla Sugar Co., Austin dissented. The
mvmbcr of dissents is apparently small.
Hut from the 13s cases heard by
the supreme court in banco, since Judge
Austin's ai cession, ought to be sub
tracted those cases which came direct
to the court m banc, not having been
prewously heard by any of the three
justices ; in such cases, there being no
possibility of bias by reason of having
rendered a previous decision in th
case cases apealcd fiom the olire
courts on points of law only, from the
commissioners of water lights and
private wajs, and ftom the borndary
commissioners. It ought also to be
remembered that only a portion of the
cases heaid by the justice singly are
np)caled to the full courtso that the
opportunities for dissent are compara
tively few when the whole number of
cases coming before the judges is con
sidered The crcent.ige of cases dissented
from is no fair indication of the practi
cal unanimity of the coutt, for the fol
lowing reason : Many of the cases
coming l-foie the court are of so
simple a character that well-informed
jurists have no difficulty about arriving
at a unanimous decision many rases
being appealed by lawyers, in order to
gain time or to gratify clients, rather
than with hojx: ol obtaining a reversal.
.t i'oi.sri.'w r.tiu.K.
The df, as liciua Mgaeiout animal, was
In.Irurlnl ly the lion, at king of lam, in
WC olTcnJn ,sgaint Ihc Uw of his royal
domain to tri( Ixfoie the elephant, as Wine
the eoiKxlinitnl cf power which even the lion
luDivelf .coulJ'not resin. Two liunowlng
animals tnuiTly liiul al u oik in eaith and
water, called l"tT, wciecntenccil to cloe
confinnucnt, ami tuWurnt kscicUIkii in
druJgcry aUwt the lion's den, Vccaiitcfof in
du'c"i.ct in a Kinie of tlnnce fuiludilen by the
Diyal statute. On theii way lo punHhmcut,
led by the dog, die)- weie derijed liy the heat,
the unther, and othei beau for theii laisei
able condition ; although these sleek and
well-feil neat tics who fattennl on the lion's
bounljr openly coinmilted the vatnc offence
in a ciratcr dcyiee. Meekly llie unfoitunates
ioolcd on lheru anl ukI, "Vou feel the
couiage of your position." The dog, at
witcstrrwt, said nothinc. An ait standing
by, feeding on the eait wiinl, aslonisheil at the
spectacle (at he need not jc been) and led by
the wiong-headcd ttouidity of hit race, look
fiichl and tan otf braying into the solitude uf
the wildcinett "freedom t frmlsm ." K.L
QM J U"
Thoboc fable, uken from the July
number of the Anglican Church Chroni
cle, h the neatest skit at the AntiChi-nese-gamblinu:
raids of our gallant civic
'defenders that has so far apjieared in
A tiermaa doctor, alter ) cars of
jirofouud inquity, ha? made the
delightful discovciy that "earl) to lied
and early 10 ;ic." etc., is a delusion.
lie finds that most long liven have
indulged in Uic hours, and that so far
Iron anj decided lrwn being gained
from getting up cidy it mbcr tend to
exhaust ph)ual cm-igy anj shorten
life. S far Irom the early niOiiiing
h.9'jr being the most jntigoraiing, they
are, on the conttaiv. at lu uruduce
lastitudej and are to some constitutions
tnucu morenjurtouj than (lens- vy.
,IKK 1 llll It fill
I In InuHli . nur i h.iti' all Ii 1 I
n good turn-, bint rtjutird Ihtit we
wiirp American, or tint our ftietnln
were Autrtlrain, nnd hnvr mfitkfd
.tnother ml letter ihy with 11 whltf
stone. The I'rr3 3 mild ny nothing to
dcirni t froln the fctMwral nfntlnVjitlrm,
Our (Nisitiou 11 I lie nrkrnlw lodged
AiiH'tlrnn Mper of thee Ulttml Jnitlriwl
ik in ihc full nnd hrilliAiit rrMitt we
base published; iind the piMlonnne of 0111
friends Ins jixtifleil u In itMilitf! nn
rlepunt sotivenir mmphlct the bett
thing Hiible to give our friend
abrovid an idr nf how mcilcniis in
Hawaii lemcuibcr their on IaiiiI.
Hut there .ire some things that oughl
to be aid Our rulcbrnlion w.i n
snrri (h tfilr not hmwit J Rood
mniiiigvtneni. In the flrt plart, K
pinl.iiii I'.uk is too far nun) fmm limn
to be a suitable place for holding a relc
bmtiim like that of Ian Saturday. Il l
Ino far aw.ij.whileThoman.Sipiarel near
at hand, Most of tin latter ounht to be
thrown into lawn, a latgo laihii erected,
belter shade Iters grown and the place
made what it may well be ninile tkt
flih't (ir out iiwc frMmffoHs in iv.vi
ftlthnuwni in Iffiiip
I'rcsloii wroi derated
lulu fur ntiy ant.
lion, lubvard I
to the supreme benih b) Kiiig Kal
kaua, foll'iwhif;, if not because of, n
etitiou requesting the apniutmriu
signed by nil or nearly all the
lawsors in lowu Mr. I'reston brings
to his new duties unquestionable legal
learning, lie ought to give salisfarlion.
All Honolulu newspaper men will
unite with us in icgret that Messrs
Creigbton and .Mather, editor and
rlcrk of the Advertiser, are so grcatl
sufferers frim the fire ul the hotel
cottage Mr. Crcighton lost many
paiers of personal importance, and Mt
Mather Inst a fine wardrobe.
The following ismipilsllion, willlrn by
Kllen Ilirknell, 9 ycai old, wns iriil nt llie
timing ericie of I'linnliou 1'rrp.iralniy
Schinil It II piinleil jmt as w tillrn :
liny ate among the most Inlcrusling an I
(mpottant Iwing in the woilil, and c.111 be
Ihc) air of nil sett nnd slie, inil, thoug'i
no twonrthetn are CA.vclly alilr. the) all lue
some things in common.
Pol instance, when boys get lo be almm
lifteen oi sixiccn yetirs old, they seem In In;
all nuns and legs, which stietch wn) out of
their sleeves and trnwsei, and nuVe the im r
fellows feel so ilirailfully eomrious nn.l
awkwaid lint it i a ici) hard ninltet togil
thrm out into company, nnd they blush n'l
oei when any one looVs at ihcm, e-pecull if
it li lad).
Some Ui) paitly escape this ttruhlct tluv
me the ilnnd) boys. Thcil mini me just s
long, but they enr swell coats (rich wi'h
brass buttons, Iii1)le) and light trowseis, nnd
have eye glasses and slender canes or tiding
whips, and somehow they seem to keep per
fectly at case.
One of a ltoy's plans In life is lo po fidiing,
and cveiy rain) day he tries to curry it out ;
but ten chances to one his father has different
views 011 the subject, and i-incc it rains too
hard lo woik in the ficld-'lhe Imy is set to
woik in theganlcn, theieforc he comes to hale
Ihc garilco. ijui C rA)1 on;y gn fturg
whenever he wants, eehow'htllchcc.tiesforit.
Another thing that a Uiy likes to do is to
iliivc an os-cait. How pioud he is of the
cowhide whip, and how he snaps it out llie
heads ol the pool oxen, meanwhile shouting
"gee" and "haw " at the lop of his voice lilj
all Ihc neighbois aiound wonder what h.i
happened this time.
Kvery Iwy is niiMoa for the time to crmr
when he shall be a man, no matter how much
he may now enjoy life as a Iwy. .'flmietimes
he lliinks it is loo sloiv worV waiting to j;iow
up, nnd tries to burr) up mailer by learning
to smoke, dilnk and chew, in which, 1 am
glad to say, he doesn't alwa)s succeed.
Though, on the whole, a rule looks to a hoy
like a challenge lo do whal is forbidden, miny
of ihem keep Sunday (as well as any other
day) and observe all the commandments that
they uhderstand ; but the) Iind Sunday School
and church very tiresome sometimes, and
though they do not mean to K- wicked, ,thei
can't see the need of rest. They want In dilve
home favt fiom church, and me always glad
when the) can climb tiees aain and snjoy
llojs arc really ah-unl somelimes, I think
that if one of them did not have his levsons as
he oukIiI, and knew that a pretty lady cousin,
whom he gteatly rc-pects and admires, na,
coming to hear him recite, he would feel so
mollified at the idea of lailinc that, though
genrrall) a truthful Uiy, he might pretend to
lie sick and have the teacher excuse him to c,u
Hut a boy is often wanted ; he is evicted
lo do cvvi)thiii' thai nolmdy e will do, nnd
all the chores and vn.imlv besidev If he had
as nuny legs m a cetilietle, ihey would all be
(lied txfoic night if he did all that is cxixrcied
of him. Hut then, he lakes lots of comfort in
the thought of how much oik he connives In
Have ytju ever seen a boy form himself into
a turning wheel? Perhaps you think he Is
merely doing so for pleasure, but you aie mis
taken, he is tiyinglo invent a new way of
getting wxer the gtoundand economiiing hit
h-gt. Hut I fear it is not a very- good way.
As 10 errands when a boy knows that he it
not obliged to cam hit bread by douig them,
and if he doesn't want to do tlictw it there
anything in the wx5rld so slow as he can be ?
Have you ever noticed how a iy alwaysstotn
to pitch a stone or two at every cat or dog, or
any oilier small creatuie he comes to? It it
on, because he it really cruel, but he wants to
see if he can bit it. litis Is a !,' ph-asam
method of mixing wk and pUr together.
Ami ihcte It tMs other curious fact about their
way of doing cirandi, that r,v Uiyt are slower
S.i much It pailly true of ail bo) s, but the
dirTVrtnt kinds of bo)t are very-unlike. l(,sic
are some boys that icrni lu W svliauiid of
beinc boys, and try to turd not lu tie one tint
tHey jlni'i.-! succcck They never join in
gam-! iltt the other loys. but prefer to gossip
with bevy of gills. Hut let such boyt know
that llicy are no more liked by the gills than
b) the ml .
Then there it the bully, who delights tn
tormenting and hurling liltie bojs. Hut he Is
a cheat arsi a coward, and never does anything
(airly and opeoly and, Ihouch he beast! of hit
(treat courage ami strength, is often kc first lo
run when leal danger cornea.
And then there it another sort of boy. He
b Wight and honest; he Is cartful lo stand up
foi and do what he knows o be right He
protects those who are weakei than hc he is
htlpful to cveiy one) considerate, puliie, not
avitiorJ of being boy. See such a boy, and
you e fbj general favorite and the ivoiuiie of
II uuoly roan, too, (ly-jotloy.
1 in' iiiii iiiv .w: .
ami nn am Nrwi
A.lvhrs ftimi Imllrtii Ittiiiiny liilelr tli.1l
ClicMtw pnlm nif mi m ffTr tiMt,
Jut Mt'nltiHih, llie nflnr, lii Iwrn rnt
to n mjliim -fmnnnM) liwinr, It Is (mini.
I'mf. II. II. Nnilnii, luig mntirflnl uiih
th t'dllfniTlln !inlr Nnmul Srhiml, Ami writ,
fcmmn 10 many in ilii IiIiihIj, l ilnul.
Mint nirfftm Itiirtlnril 1m itrn wr
rttil li I'mf. Jaiimm II. Klmlull, l,tl I'm
frr nf lUiinniutr tlil(gy In Lrlilgli Uirffi.
MimiM, (CiiImI, piwn iMte tht Inn.lln,
iiKil lo 1 enmnumlnl l.y IVIlt Jlnirnrt,
Hni appalls! In thr MiliuiU uf thai ell; ami
vmmlitnl r)ixi rilmrs
Mnjiii Willuim I'oplum, ii vrlntn of thr
'( if iSlJ, i)lil iHrnlly nt lil iciMrncc,
nm Ni Vmk, In llic nut mom In wnlcli he
vilmrii, M,i) 1;, i;i;j lie (Imliol with
" llifiy lfi.it ami ilrnm mill In I'iltdniig
.mil lriuity, wltli unf ftf pilim, nic nli.n
nihiml i;tt n fuel. 'Ili! will tclnor llie ton.
niniloii if ctwl lifir jS,J5i),im InnhrU
iinninn." wt J llitiliuii; i.iKi.
CHr t,nii rimiii ollnclilsl llip nlli, nl
VnnVrti, Nf Voik, trtcnllr while iimtrcllrig
Inn f.iiliy wnikcu wlu) lu.l irdm-il to join 11
sliikr. StM-n )kimhi wcirmicslnl mitl tnktn
In jll, Inlliinnl liy 11 limiting limb. Sctri.il
hroiU wrn' lifiiVrn
UmllinMI'l gir.il gift In (lit- Uniinl Slnlcs
llif H.iIiip nf l.ilnil) Ciillilriiing llie Wmlil
ln rmrlinl New Vinlt'lly mul l now liflne.
eteilrit on ItcMor'n UUml, Its illincntliiii
will lie 1 loniiil.itlon, $t fret, Irn Iiic(h' I
lilglit illmtc I111M11 liilc level, J05 frrt l
will tic mir of llir luflinl liiiiiinn lincliitrv
I'teslilrnt llnustnn, of I lie Purine Mnll
Slramship riimwiny, irrrlinl n ilUpnlch from
llie, Vokolamv agent of llie eninpany June
.tollt, viying the L'lty of Tuklu kiniM lie a
total wirtk, nmllli.il she inn on the tockt nl
llie enlianee of the Iwy nt VoVolmmn 1I111I111; a
heavy ln, when the cailnln and two oilier
ofiUcii were on the luMge.
One Ihriuunit eight hiilidted Nirnrnguntis
embvikeil nt l.v ldhcilad, June idih, home
wnrd IhmiiiiI, At n b.1tlle nt Snnla I)onitni;o,
5,(nx of Menendisio's men hemmed In 5000
Nlc.tragransundcr Mil.wcrn,whi wns woumleil.
I hey loughl for thirty two hours, then cm
their way through .Mcnctidistn's line, losing
y killed and wounded, nnd Inking the 10
niainlng Into I-i I'nlon in good Older.
A Tillnme-Kepiihlic.in Purango special, re
ceiled at Uenver, Colorado, sa)s t Newt has
been irecived from Fori Lewis thai Agent
Slollsheimcr his returned from Heaver creek,
where he went to Investigate the recent In
dian and cowdioy outrages. The result will
not be known unlit a lull report Is made.
The Denver Slate News of June 30th pub
lishes the following fiom Ignacio, Colorado:
The head chief of Ihc Utes promises no further
retaliation for ihe assassination of the family of
The New Vork Times of July 1st says :
The gentleman vtho went lo Washington on
behalf nf Ihe American Steamship companies
thai carry hc United Slates mails between
New York nnd foreign hhIs, to induce the iOt
master general to divide up the $400,000
appropriated by congiess tor the payment of
such mail charges, returned yesterday in a very
disippointed frame of mind. Vice.President
1,-iulcibach o(me "Pacific Jdall Steamship
said that the steamers would refuse 10 carry
mail nfler Aujjml 1st unless subsided.
A New York dispatch of June 30th says
that the trial of .Mrs. Lucille Yscull Dudley,
who assaulted O'Donovan Ko-sa wilhadeadly
weapon, was concluded and the prisoner ac
quitted. The juiy acquitted Mrs. I)ui)lcy.pti Ihe
ground of insanity. The jury wat only in con
sulfation alwut five minutes. When they ren
dered their verdict, a motion was made lo send
Mrs. Dudley to the Slate Lunatic Asylum,
w hich her counsel opposed. The latler asked
that their client be permitted to return to her
native country, and lie placed in an institution
there. The court will lUlen to the arguments
on this motion next Thursday. The London
iiapcrx generally comment favorably on the
acquitted of Mrs. Dudley.
A number of transfers and removals took
place al the U. S. Treasury Department June
30th, and il is expected that more will lie made
immediately. Twenty clerks in the classified
service will be dropped from the loll, and the
force in the offices ol llie commissioner of in
tirnal revenue and llie register were reduced
by transfer lo other offices. The former loses
nbout thirty clciks; the latter about twenty.
Mast of the clerks dropped were recently borne
on the rollt of the internal revenue bureau.
but were detailed to woik in other offices.
The changes in the register's office were due
to ihe reduced appropriation. Several changes
in the na igation bureau, which had been pro
tided for by congress, alio went into effect.
Genital Grant it growing weaker each sue
reeding day. A Mumt McGregor dispatch of
June 30th says that Grant's tile has been pro
longed by Ihe invigorating mountain ail there.
The disease lut progressed in its natural way
and it one of increasing debility. His present
weaknes It the natural result of the disease.
Dr. Douglas is unable to say when th end
will lie. Ucfciing lo ihc local condition he
uid the mouth and ihroat were unusually
Clear, as (he result of quiet and close attention.
During the two da)t past the weakness of the
patient hat become very evident in his lack of
ability and desire lo walk upon the piaita at
he did ten day t ago. There it a disposition
on the general's part loeconomite his strength
and there it lessened Interest In hit literary
work. General Giant's biotlier-in.lAw lays:
" I am afraid that General Grant will not last
many d.i) v. To-day I received information
ftom the family thai the cancer hat commenced
to inllame the jugular vein, and death it a
question of a few days, in the opinion of lu
physicians." J. 11. Chaffee, who is closely
related to Grant by maniage, says thai il it
certain that the General's malady it cancer and
that those of his friends and physicians who
hilhtitn entertained the hope ol hit recovery at
iKtotiblc aie convinced thai the disease it
IL'SOItAN AN!) liKMKAU
The St. Jamet Gaictte believes it lo be un
true that the government proposes to retake
and leoccupy Dorgola, Kgvpl.
The Royal Ccogriphlcal Society of London
has published a list of no stations occupies!
by Kuiopcant in Central Africa in itUa.
A dispatch from Dongola stales the Monas
via tribe made a raid upon old Dongola, and a
hundred camels were secured by the raiding
The treaty concluded by Count Ito and Ihe
Viceroy LI, at Tientsin, hat been ratified by
Ihe sovereigns of China ami Japan, and pub.
General Von ilantrsitJel, prominent la thr
last Kiancu-Prussian war, It dead, lie will
Ik buried without military hooors, In accord
ance with bit own wUh.
letnfic lotni have prevailed terrnlly In'
Ihe I rrnrh ptovlners. The drslructlon of
proH-ny hy winds nnd ll.nn's hat been eimr
niiiiit. Illghl teitont 'were killed by light
ning. It It lriilrd that Mitt Maria Van ..vn,( It
engaged tn be uiatrlrd to a Kusslait grand
duke1, who met her In St. Petersburg and fnl
lowed to lamdon, where the Mmlhal was
Ihe manager of Ihe Irish Parllanienlary
ptity hate lulled an addrrtt 10 I In lildi
tlrilr.it In Kngland advising them lo vole for
Totlet lu pieferencr In t lie Llberalt at llie
coming grnrral election,
Among Mr, (lladttone't last olticial act wat
hit recommendation to llie Queen that Sir
Nathan KnthschiM, Ihe Imnker, ami Mr. John
Mm ley, the noted juiirnvlitt and rttayitl, be
made peris which hat been dune.
Itutdan advlnt fiom Vladlvmlock lay thai
a lluiil.in steamship which attempted to enter
Port Hamilton was fntrucplrd and fnihlihlru
lo do so hy an lingllili man of.war. 'I he ling
llsli are said lo be fortifying Ihe Imlt.
Slgnor Dcprelii, the Italian Prime ,linltlci.
lias foiiiti.il 11 new ministry by taking ml
Interim (he foreign Hirlfolin himself, vice
Slgnor Mannltil, Slgnor Tajanl it minister of
Justice. Olheiwisethe cabinet Is unchanged,
'I he Pope hat ittueil in unlet that Ihe Ultra
montane newipnprrt puhllOied In Koine main,
lain n friendly attitude tuwanl Ihe lulbnfior
rrnineiil I hit iirlloii impllet an iiipoilant
change In licy on the pail uf the Vatican,
Advices from Touquln slate tint heavy
storuit have prevailed over the region In which
the I'ithery lilands nir tltuateil, in Ihe waler
between Ihc Island of I'ihiii'Im ami the main
land of China. Two l-'rcuch torpedo boats
weic sunk dining these sloimt, but Ihcirewt
A Madrid dltpalcliof June Jolli says, Ihe lotal
imuilier uf new cases uf cholein rrported )rt
terday from the infected dltlricis in Spain it
1,31.1, nnd Ihc lotni number of dralht fior,
being nn Increase of 30 nr cent, lu new enves
and (1 pel ceut, in deatht over the total num.
her ollicially rcnlcit ycslerdny. Twenty.
tiller nevs cases of cholera were to.itny reMiiril
in thit city,
Seventy deputies of the extreme and radical
Left of the I'rench Chamber met recently and
laid out their programme, comprising a tcs 1
sion of Ihc constitution, three years' universal
military service, separation of church and ttate
and the abandonment of remote expeditions.
The chamber, liy a vote of 206 lo 130, lint
refused to exempt prieslt from serving in the
A Ijindnn dispatch of June 301I1, from Te
heran slates that 1,000 Persians are al work
constructing the Transcaspian rnllwny. War
like prepiratlons are Mill being continue. by
Russia. Isiimors are In circulation In the
Iminart of Teheran that war wilt probably oc
cur after ihcTranscaipian railway Is completed
to Merv. The Russians are bridging Ihe river
Murghab, on the confines of Afghanistan.
Kight hundred Russian Infantry soldiers are at
old Sarakht. The Persians arc fortifying Per
-i.in Sarakhs nnd building barracks there for
troops. A foundry hat been started at Herat
fur casting heavy guns. A St. Pelcrsbuig dis
patch slate; that a lelegrauh office hai been
opened at Merv.
Political interest in England now ccntlei
on the tiny pockel-borough of Woodstock,
wheie, with one single exception, the only
snarp contest against the new ministry it to be
waged. The borough has 1,129 voters.
Lord Randolph Churchill had 512 votes and a
weak Liberal candidate 452 votes at the last
election, leaving nearly one-sixth of the whole
vote unbilled. The register is said lu show
few changes. The liberals have selected a
bright, likeable )oung London barrister and
journalist, Corrie Grant, 10 make the fight
against Lord Randolph, and the greatest possi
ble aid from the Liberal organization will be
given to him. The report that the Duke of
.Marlborough, who is at his Ulenheim seat, is
quietly using his inlluence against his hruther,
if tmc, would be important, for many of the
electors are his tenants. The election will be
held July 4th. The brothers are on bad terms
for reasons growing out of the Duke's scandals.
The other contest it to lie at Launceston,
where Webster it working tooth and nail for
an election, which will make him attorney
general, The chances here are about even.
No other of the ministers is to be opposed,
London dispatches of June 28th, say that
the only minister of the new government who
hat, up to date, publicly addressed his consti
tuents is llalfour. Chief Secretary for Ireland,
son-in-law of Salisbury, and the only man that
has ever been permitted by the present pre
mier to speak for him. Ilis address has at
traded profound attention. Before his advent
to power, Salisbury wat a most persistent ad
vocate of coercion in Ireland. Responsibility,
however, hat apparently tempered hit views,
and he feels the necessity of "letting the
Tories down easy." The ttiiking utterance
in Halfour's speech It the unqualified declara
tion that he desires not less than Chamberlain
lo see Ireland governed by equal laws with
England, and to see all exceptional legislation
againtt Ihe Irish people forever abolished.
The new chief secretary strongly supports
home rule for Ireland, but contends that this
home rule shtll extend to local interest! only.
It mutt be admitted a remarkable change of
attitude in conservative feeling toward Ireland
is indicated, In fact, all reports from Conser
vative clubs and political circlet show that
Lord Randolph Churchill, though ostensibly
exhibiting a surprising repretsibiltty, hat be
come the prophet of the Tory party on the
Irith qurMion. Hit policy, which from all
present appearances, will prevail with the
present government, favors a gradual replace
ment of the vice-regal government at Dublin
Castle by the formation of an elective central
bond, to sit In Dublin and possess the power
of deahrg with all Internal questions of gov
ernment. LOCAL NKMM.
Tutituy, July 1th.
Heavy trade wind and warm weather at
The tUxWholdert ol C. Urewcr ii Co. will
held thcil rtfiular iiuarlcily uiectlng at the com-
(an)'t office on Queen street thit morning at
to o clock.
The schooner Kourio, Captain Swift, arrived
at Kahului on the 3rd, 16 days from San
hrancisco, bringing 200 bale tuiiarbagt for
II. C.S.S. Co. .
.Since July tnl the fnllowing amount of sugar
has arrited in orl from the ditfcrenl Islands I
N.lr xM, ro tugs stmr Kllaoea llou,,4lo
tags stmr Jamvt Makce, &u tags 1 ttnir
I'Unter, i,lt$ lugs) stmt Kinau, 1,015 Wl
schr Mana, 1, 100 hags; making a total of 8,66a
tigs. The amount of rice and ruddy brought
In since the umc date U 4,$M bags.
It evMrWay. J ulp 9th.
The Giove Ranch 1'htntatiun cotnuicncet
uaytrig a dltldcnd of $5 pet share to djy.
The schoouei Walrualu biotuihl Ijoo bags
of sugar liutu KalwilahiUhl Uat Monday.
The Japanxse stni Yuaatldra Mara It
hauled alongaidt the Mail whaif whtue i4m U
slitciargisf caifo aad itelirla ctwh
The sleumft t U lli.linp tmU .11 S 0 el k
Ihls inoinlng nnd llie steamer I'linbr nt 5
n'rlmk thlt nfleiniKin on their usual mules.
Ker, Ik t'. Oggel and wife left yeslnday by
thr Kin hi. Mr. I Vgtt will spend hit vacation
(I Kohala, llll.i and I he volcano reluming
about the jmt ptiivlmo,
Tl' wiillut ev.iiiilnalinnt al I'lnt-SlirH
Neliool began to day and will continue
aUiiil Irn dayt, 'llie riming rtrrciiet will
take p'lci'on the J till Invlanl.
The premlves litely occiiplol by the Dally
llnwaDan-Sn-jw lliilMIng on Merclriiit
slieel, l lielng vacnlnl lo make room for the
I'rest Publishing Oompiny't occiipvncy of the
Hon. I!. Pirtloii I1.11 been npmlftteil Ami).
clatr Jitilkpnlllir Kiincnif Couit In place of
Ihr late Mr. (ilvllce Auilin. 'Ihe npilnln,ent
hat meet with general approval
'1 he bark Julia I'oril, which finished dlt
eliarglni; mil last 'lurtday, It no taking a
caign of sugar, She wat mooted yesterday
alongside Ihc tteamer Planter at the I. I, S.
t o' wluil.
On lal Motnlny, Mr. Janicn Campbell had
thlppril fiom Honolulu Itanch Irn bullocks
s'li were ilaughleinl and tlorcd In hit new
refilgeraior near the I'lshmJiktl. The alruuiei
kaplolant made two dips, bringing five bill
lot kt at ii,o p. M, and fivr mori) al 71J0 lM,
'I hr liref, which h kept sweet nnd CihiI mull
conmiiiKil, It Ihe fnllesl lit it hat been told In
Ihla inarkit for yeait. The price of the beef
al wholesale has been reduced lo 5 iron pr
niuiul, Mr. .Mtt mullets (nkef movt of
beef al jirrtcnl, ulthough il will be sold t,4ny
orfc who will lake not lett lh.111 hilfn nJ,
The reduction In Ihe wholesale price hat nlrrady
rrsullnl In tome of the Chinese dealers lower
lug Ihe retail price In 8 renlt per niiiiid, Mr,
Campbell I1.1t made amugemrntt In supply
this excellent heel nt the demand lntie.net
ntul it will not be al nil wondeiful If Mr,
( .tuiptii'Hs rxpetlment develop! lulu a new
1inri.ini, Jm'' f'ri,
The schr Wnllcle brought 1,170 b.tgt of
The bk. I', S. Tohmpsim sailed from De
partmc Hay for Knliulul on June jStli.
The bglne J. I), Spreckelt which sailed for
Sn 1'nncisco )eslcrdiy look n full ciigo of
7,081 bags sugar valued al $38, 601.3(1.
The stmr W, G. Hall brought 3,33 bags
sugar, 211 sk nwa, 56 tks collce, 67 pkgs
sundries, 20 pkgs ramie, nnd I horse.
Mr. J, II. Putnam of Chlllicothe, Ohio,
who tuccecilt Mr. McKlnlcy at United Stntes
consul for I louohilu, arrived yesterday by the
Sailed from San Krancisco, June 25th, ligtue
W. G, Irwin, for this port, and schr L'uinia
Claudina for lllloj June 271I1, schr Anna for
Kahului. To sail, July 2nd, hk. Forest Queen,
lhc stmr Marijiosa brought her usual cargo
of mcichanditc, dry goudt, groceries, pro
villous, grain nod feed, etc., and a box of
coin valued at $25,000 from the Hank of Cali
Arrived in San Francisco June 23rd, brig
Consuelo, hence; June 27th, brig Courtney
Kurd, from Kahului; June 28th, schr Ueulah,
hence; June 29th, bklne Discovery, and brig
North Star, hence.
Memorandum of stmr Mnriposa -Sailed
from San Krancisco July 1st at 6:30 r. M. Had
light variable winds with fine pleasant weather
the entire passage. Time, 6 days 12 hours.
On July and, in lat. 3S 42' N,, Ion. 12809'
W., spoke llrlt. bk, John Gamble, 142 days
out from Newcastle, England, for San Fran
cLjc-Q, -- .
Advices by the Maripo-a show no change in
the sugar mnrkct for rnws, though the Cali
fornia Refinery has advanced its prices on re
fined )c per lb,, making the prices of the two
refineries the same, except for yellows. The
whole of the shipment of rice ex Mariposa via,
sold at 7c 60 days Ihe highest price paid
for some time past.
The fifth edition of the San Francisco Daily
Report of July 1st issued at 6 o'clock publishes
the verdict of the jury in the Spreckels-Dc
Young case at follows : At 5:30 o'clock the
jury returned to the courtroom. " Gentle
men, have you found a verdict ?" asked the
clerk. "We have," was the response, "we
find the defendant, Adolph Sprcckels, not
frlilny, Jnly lolh.
Hon. Edward I'reston took his seal yester
day as Second Associate J ustice of the Hawai
ian Supreme Court.
The schr Caterina will make regular trips to
Waimanalo hereafter. She sailed yesterday
for llie-Waiinintlo stone quarry for limestone.
The stmr James Makee brought 440 bags of
sngar. She will be taken offlicr tuute for a
week or ten days to have her machinery oVci
hauled and a new tube put in her boiler
The ligtne W. G. Irwin from San Francisco
docked yesterday at the Government wharf,
She was 14 days from San Francisco and
brings some 400 tons of mdse. and a marc con
signed to Mr. Ucckwith.
There will be no Guide issued from this
office next Monday, owing to the fact that the
presses aud machinery will be moved to the
new quarters of Ihe Press Publishing Co. during
Saturday and Monday. The Press office will
hereafter be located in the building on Mer
chant street, fornicrcly occupied by Hyman
SIHlIOt sSto CO.H
THE UNUEKSICNEO WILL UKCLIVK
MONEY AT IHEIK SAVINiiS
HANK UPON THE 01
LOWINO TERMS t
On turn, ol Firt Hundred Uollirs sir uintrr, from
una fierson, thy itl pay Inlcicst tl lh rm of rtv, per
ami. ir artoum, from uatt t4 rvctipl, on all turns that
shall bavt remained on il.lyosll tlute months, or tu,
btn no ilcposil ihrct mcmlhs at lh time oriuaVin,. uu
Sits ytarly accounts. No lntervu will ts comiulcd on
fractions of vtoltart or for frsclloiu of a month.
' No Inttrtst will b allosvcit on money sstilulrAwn
ilhlQ three months from due of deposit.
Thirty day notice musl t given al the lUnk of an
nlelition to withdraw any oioney ; and lite t'cpueitor't
I'ast-bobk iuu.l Va prulused at the ume lime.
No money will tt rvtid escrfi Umxi tat Ilraft of the
llepoeilor, accompaiiled by the proper rui LosJl.
On llie ftrsl da)' of Sepltmbcr of each y-btf, tht
aceounts wilt Ve nude up, ait intettsl on all sums lliar
shall rave remained ondeiosit three months or more,
and unpaid, will lw credited to lha del.jsl.01s, and
from Inal oate rors-l pail or trie princwaw.
rTUinlofmor lhaii Three llundied lkjrt wlllte
rvselted, subject to special agreement,
the Daidt will be oiwa every day m the wees,cej)i
Suadyl and HohsUis.
..t-.jl BISHOP CO.
Mtekat, Owla, Txtat PiaiM,
AU warranted Natural Hair,
iNvmaut Hack Hi Nits.
tdie ait4 Cbildrens Hai Cv-ttlng an4 frrtrop.
ln at uoff or itsideijvc,
LMta Hir Clun Sp-tcUUy.
t All at Saa TnaeUw hkmt.
4f-;4 Ten Sumi Oyposae DW"i SuUm
(Ociicnil titiciilorinciil .
M. W. McChesney & Son.
No. 42 Queen Street.
Ifsvt miw lan.tlnf
For Ahmoda & John D. Dproekolo,
loot lin.Mfrirt Of
AHHorfwl Mni'v.lia tiff f so
CutitUttrif In il cJ
Itt.tt. Hour, (l,l.rn Oaf r.
MM. Hour, I.I 11tsi.J..
fc'fW U'l.rn(, inrt
S.tVi H-il-ty, I..!,
8lj Oun. Uu. UtmU.
?tV Own. Il-Mi, OntWJ,
9t. k Hun, Cvtm fll !W
.. Ilr-.tn, Wr-.lit,
Mfht llt-Ani, IU.I,
Htt. llni, lU)iMi,
Sdtttl lit.., IIom.
AcVi lOt-if, 1.1m
4f U OnUnt, lttt NiUrr SUn,
Sink 'eUlM, lt n fiinnW,
( f1 NlMUC-a, j,
I llilrai Sod Cr-w.lt.Frii
K M MtOimn Hrtl.
(:! Cm.Wfd wuai. to ii. i-n:.
(.rt Com Maul, wlttif, j lb Ut.
t'siH()-l MkI, hi lb. b-iifl,
Caw-t Com Si rib' j1
CVi Ifti.. lltmi,
C-.!.lC,'& A ll-'"t,
Lhm- U. II. itacoii.
(.') I'aIiWiiU I, anl, i lb, IL
C l-Alrlisinli't leArtI, I., (.all.
Ct.a I nil bank' l.rl, id lb. piM,
U Willi ri IttilUr. In lliu,
llAirtMi. Ituitrr, VitVU Kutl, .
Or bbtt ll.iutr, I'kVIr Roll.
lUUbiLbi llmitr. lili Vhf,
i)r, fukin hutirr, (liti I'Jn,
Cn N'w Cbtft.
llbU limn Cobiiiibu Hlvtr Sainton.
Ctii.Pt I'l lb
Luot Tjuni''v Sldrcb.
iiourt nrowit iiuuiry rMii,
- -loft Ml HrirtjHH,
t'uit JavnColTf, NtmiMtilam) (lronml. l lb, tin.
SmV (rrrn Coflff,
Cbfftit Jf.4iriri, 1 lb. tM(rt,
(.'be at Jjnin lstj, j lb, ('iri.
Ibmr Hut -tin, linJuii l.iijrr.
J lNr- KuWInK, lAHiilon Iycri,
i Uev KUtntt lninn I.nyrri,
Honct KaUint, .Mutcalrl
La.-M ,Mlir,I I'kklet.
Ciitc Piiti.tr, HMortd,
i Mince Meat. Almorrt.
Iln Mine Mtt,Cuiiiiiif,
Sack Kw IVanutl,
back Knelitb Wdtntitt.
SfttU Soft Sti-J I Abnonil.
Sack Ivaat I'rcant, utia Ure.
Catei California Hunry. t lb. tin.
Cae K I lift, ,Murt St, CoV, ftettb ciiiivJ
Kruiii. Jclllei utitl Vrgtublct.
Uale Wrupptng Vxtt cttra quality.
A LAh.ilt AMOHTHKNT Or
lient California Leather,
Sole, Invile, Ifarneti, SVlrtiiig and Upm
I-rcnch and Ameiican CalftUn,
&bc(i bklm, Goat bkin.
Hawaiian baddU Tree,
And other goods too numerous to mention.
'Ili cckhU urtfreth. were bought very low, and
will be ncld at
LOWK3T MARKET RATFS,
U. W, McCEESNEl t SON,
.1!-j6o No. 42 Queon Streot.
Hat rtmoted liiiloclt from Nojo HOTEL STKCKT
No. I03F0RT STREET,
In the Store furmcily occupied by Mrs. W.ll.Wllk.nwi.
where can be found a large and varied aiiortnient of
I.adiet', Gcntteinen' arid ChUdren'a
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
Alv, alt te and styles of
ladies' Fine French Kid Hut ton Uoott,
Ladles Common Sense Slippers,
Gentlemen's Embroidered Velvet Slipped.
Gentlemen' Dancing I'untp,
Un leitiiis Shoeit etc
At prices which defy competition.
tST N.w laipurUlIon lust rccrlvcil prt Aluincda
ti.As.XiX.E Ac CO.
No. 34 Fort St., Clock Bdlding,
Have received a cuni)tninnt of the iot Kconouiica
and Valuable Fcel for all, LlmU of stock, vit ;
cook 1: i) lisi:i:d meal.
It is the greatest Fte.h funiirr. Milk and Hutter pro
daCcr in um.
Oil Cale Meal slwiws alul j per cent of nutritive
matter ; ihU neatly 39 ir rent.
00 IU. of lids meal i equal to 300 lbs, v( oats, or
til lbs. taf corn, or la t&t Ibi. of u heat bran.
Also, our Unrivaled MIXKD rLKD.as well as our
Uttual supply ot tue tiesi kiniis ul
Hmft 0t. WhMt, Cora, to. Etc,
Which U oiTertid at the lowest Market Kates, and
jell tied (rre to afiy pari ot ine city,
Agents for the
Pacific Mutual Ufa Insurance Co. of Cailfonolt.
Agents fur the I1Q0VER IKLKI'llONE.
CoininKsKiitcr of Deeds for lh State of CaiiforoU
TKLEHHONE NO. 141. " " ii6-a6i
II. . NOLTK. PKOPKteiOK. '
Ueift 10 announc, to hi friends and th, public la itta
tr-tl thai the abuse Saloon provides
fro-a j a, u.f till iq r m,
One of Hruakki Ualkt'scsUUaled
cuDA4h.-td wiih tin euUishnenl, what Wveri 0
M cut uu r4nicip.it.
la ecoeillJM.e with the desire ij itunv nutonL .m.1
10 neet the ,ii(erHtt of th lliaes tba luuterslaoed will
neteallcr render and collect all accounts monthly.
J. H. OAT. J K., ft CO-,
WKST. DOW CO.,
S.J. l.VEV CO.,
A.T. SMITH, ,
H. K. NCINTYRa. CO.
UoasJalu, July J, iHj.
Th Mr.ltlllA.NI MI'HII KIA'IONr.KV
HUSINI 9H of
Til OS. 0. TIIUU.M,
Mttt ton-wtlidai.. mllli hit
Fancy Goods anil Bindery
iin.i..i, .1 1,1,
IT'oi'l, Hi,. ISloiM'.
ims4 lift writ iilos k
Saratoga House I
llll II11I..I Nt. nnnr Mlirmy Biillittliu.
llltM-CLAS-) MOAHH IIV IIIK WHiK,
XI0N1II, t)U TKANSII.Nf
l-p. I.I j,rcummi.l.tfiii fur tji.li.l.n'l .mill..
.dlnir P.it.ir -tfh ll.lly l'.r, r--n fr rli
ll orilip llouw.
'lh Ci.-lnl llinlnt Kuuiii In th. cuy, NO FI.II.1.
Ilrcn.llv s-i.lAfs.e,l him! Ii.vlnir ll. tfil uf rlouft, U
DVKX Hl'lllir AhTKItSllltS mi. NIIIIIT,
IIIhriiAY, IK I DAY and HATUKDAV KVKN.
inos, .nj vi:i)Nksi)ay Arrr.ttooN. Aui.io.
uus .tlcitlioii ulsl la III. colnfufl jsrisl pl.nsut. of .11
ADMISSION sj Crs. NO OTIIKR CIIAKOK.
Crystal Soda Works I
Our Goods art acknowledged th Beit I
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
In all our Ikmlei. families uh no oilier
GINGER ALE BUT OURS.
ciiii.dhi:n cry iok ouk
We Invite particular atlenllon loour I'atent Filter,
recently Introduced, by wbich all waier utcd tn our
manufacture U absolutely freed from all Impuritiet.
a-sT we deliver our Ooodt l-rceuf Lturge lo all
part, otitic city.
iwureiui aiieuiion paiu 10 imaim uruirii nuurn
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,"
r. b.lfox iw - Honolulu; ii. i.
w OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. 298 tu
22T Orders left with Hen von. Smith Jt Co.
Fort bireet, will receive piomt attention.
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 71) Tort SU-twU Honolulu,
IMfjUraK AND UEALBM IN
I'ifit, AttOfhmrnU, OH amt Arrntmoricm,
acwi roa THK
WHirKaittlihe Light-Run HtNG NhwHomk Machine.
Howard's Machine Needle, all kind
Cometh's Silk, in kit colors and sue .
Harbour's Linen Thread,
Clark's O. K, T. Machine Cotton.
Mme, Demo re st's Ktliabtt Cut J'ajxr Patltntt
Cum at d SrattTisaCoom,
and Mktallic Ca-ktridcu
KKIIOSKSU ATOrKH, In all le$.
SewincMachIne. Lock and Gun KeiaainniE promi-tlir
T ETTER HGADb AND BILL HEADS
Winted neatly and 1 reasonable rates at theSatur
ay I'rcM Office
Yosemite Skating; Rink.
California Produce and Provision Co.,
I.MIKDKTKRS AND JOIillERS OF AM. KINDS OF
Groceries, Provisions and Produce.,
Kits lsta.s,itl. Kit. balmun llellies, Kile SmoLad Halibut. Islls llslihul Finaand Napea,
Kitt' Tongue and Sounds, llonelr,. Codfish. rnmalu Calsuif Chow Chow
Worcester bauce, (in kes), California Cider Vinegar, (casks ami led.), lined Artle-, J'cacbet, Etc,
California Table Kanins Assorted Nuls Awltd Tahle and 'w Fluill, Jains a I Jellies,
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON, 1884 CATCH, (Bbls. and half BbU.)
CAM1-0KNIA VUUS1I KUUIT AND IIUTTKK HV EVERY STEAMER,
AVhlolt isi-e olUirml lit JkiWiwI IMnilujt Ititttm lW Cue.li.
SOLK AQtNTS FOr
Scarumel l'cinc Cos, I. J Una's See. -
tt, LtVV. (buccanut to
"THE HAKUEX if AND GKEN.
tr Coodt delivered lo any a.t of the, cilr flee s4
No. ;i Hold Street. ....
TOST OFFICE IIOX No. su, (i)!r-ei)
The Corner Harness Store Still to the Front !
Larue inroites ot Coodt (of all descriptions) ha'tn.
been received by ine ihey
WILL BE SOLO AT LOWER PRICES,.
11.an ll,e lame quality of (mm1s can l inuiloiwd else
whe.e In Honolulu and satLfsciion euaranleed. klv Moc.
cunsitrs of all kinds of Amencui, l-nglish and b)dney
Saddles, Bells, Pouches. Leff la(l.
Saddla Cloths. School Bait. Etc.,
Bits, Spurt and S lumps, Etc.,
la NUhel and SUeer PUto,
Tin RipjtitiH if my HOME MADE HARNESS
For turio.!r of woikuuuuaiu awl naleriat reaiaios unchallcnaad during my sia years raalieDUl istea.
lhaotful for the generoul talronagr v4 the tasl, ht conllnuaK, and Ucieas, In ihe fulura is n-eulaa
svJHiled al th. old sland.
OH AN. HAB1ME11,
I"" Ctwaaur tT rtttrt atU Ktgt .., Mmrt-Jav, H. I.
OT. MATTHEW'S HALL. SAN MATBO. CAL.
a svMooiT rom MOTH.
Under MUissry DisciaUiie.
Located la tha Uautiful vlllaga of San Ualao. oa law eW-ttKar ri ft-sW K. .ii fcUealeoi ls I
EstaUuhed la lias. Foanawa last mattes of Hawttlwa aWlaMaVf. Taa ewMlww at awa,
aaatwd r sieam and an Ii. erejy ay aase tar la aaaaa aad r taWl of cat tatMa, neat
twaiat juiy ,.,
War fUftwaaaT UaaaatTeaBaaLaaBBa aUaal -'
roc ruUks-r iTifwrmaikai md ftlittsyw, n l
At 11 -iltwV n..i, .1 my !., ,rfn.t t)an Htit.l,
I lll tvflT si IS,). ,UVfli,
LancliJ nnd Lcnncn !
. t- C Afd, i'-;, Hoy si 'itnr( jj-)t
pna stitMied l-f hni, AU-. 0bu crtsi
ara rf tfftfa (U4f tb-titii bt-jn trvt Wst 10
S. K Kal byrt-red tf AiU i'o ittvtiUA In liUr
. J Unt, .
. An urnlibM en balf lMrit In plW of
UimI slhiita In ilrtatNM. Kon II .!, (raMed lo
Kn (- by Mnyit I'atiM. o)t,
. A Imv trvm IkrnU P. Uhfp and Oi. I.
HMfifl MHIrnoti K Ka4.1t I be ftUU,wi. parreli 1
lathi situat In Mohalaa, Or.hu '
1. toun'A ih dwllbi ho-.., mania of iber-xd,
I. flea Kilo aubt irwsnat MookaM.
j. 'I wo Kali) pit(bflkr'in as Am.
On Kal pHb krown pi U.
iKula Urvtl withrttaflrtut Utbrvwn as tvmVfM,
- htm Kalo (-etch with adjMntiif kiila land Viw
at Urnl x
Terms uf hi 1 1 Veare frtmi the b OiloUf
A. IJ. till. rnl 'Irn holNria ynr, payallf yttuWIi.
adeanct. fates by I sua,
t& lerrmcasfit deads'at the aspense! ofpnrtbr 1
paiiirni in goiJ.
On Saturday, July 1 8th,
A ioo'clxk A. M.. al I be
HtnttlcHce of the fate Jacob Hhr,
I will Offer al jrubltC auction, the entire housh4tl
fumlturt cuaiiiting vf
l t'lano, laouogis, lledsieadt,
Chain, 'tables, Etc.. Kic.
Also the cvMitentto'a Ketlal $tor,
Ifardwarf, I tc,
1 WinJ.eier KiHe.
I Double Harrel Shwl (un.
1 Tailor Kitle, c Iron Safe,1
l Corking Machine, f Lwrge Caifrl,
I Carpeittert Ileutt
And a. large lot of Carpeolet'a Totals.
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And at l o'clock
ONE BAY CARRIAGE HORSE.
K. I', .lit AilS, Aurtloitttr.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
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t have received Instructions lo sell al public aotfioa
OX MOXVAY, JULY 20th,
At la o'clock noon, at ray salesroom. Queeq Stie4,
PARCEL OF LAND
Situated on I'unchbowl Strcf, MAuwatotiniurM
Containiny' acre, together with the houses. Laowb
as the Kauh 1'iemises.
." Terms c.sh deeds at purchawr's eapeosA
K. J- ADAMS,
A uri JttM-rfr.
PLAKESG MILL. L
AlaVa. aaismr Qkmu UU
C J. llardie, Cnntractor and builder, U Frofrtietor.
Mouldings bnd Finish always on hand 'Ihe nuJJ
keeps for sale hard and soft stove wood cut and spLt
Telophoa No. 1. sj)--3
Used PoUarfe statiips of Hawaii, kc. bouaht lu
quaiuUies. by Ihco. bwidil, Lu 7J4 Philt,, V U.S. A.
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Orders solicited and saltsfaclioa gnat
HENRY DAVIS, Musaftw.
Honolulu. Oaka, H. I.
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