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THURSDAY, .Jl'LY ill 1SSI.
dissolution ahull continue to act as
trustees of tlic stockholders mid
shall have full power to settle and
wind up the affairs of the corpora
tion and distribute the proceeds
among the stockholders pro rata.
.Section I'D. So much of Chapter
XXXI of the Civil Code as relates
to Hanking Corporations and all
Acts and parts of Acts of tiie Legis
lature in so far as they may conllict.
willi the provisions of this Act arc
Section !J0. This Act may be
cited in all proceedings and for all
purposes as the Hanking Act of
The schedule hereinbefore re
ferred to: The Hanking Act of
188-1. Return pursuant to Section
M of the said Act.
The capital of the company is
divided into shares of
each. The number of shares
issued is Assessments to the
amount of per share have been
made, under which the sum of
has been received. The liabilities
of the company on the first day of
January (or July) were
Debts owing to sundry persons by
the company; On judgment; on
specialty; on notes of bills; on
simple contracts; on deposits; on
The assets of the company on
that day were ; Government sccu
rites (stating them) ; Bills of ex
change and promissory notes ; cash
in hand ; other securities.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, July 24
Sun Set? 15 -12.
Similises 17 111.
Moon Sets 8 23.
J ligh Tide (large) (5 00.
High Tide (small) 18 ISO.
WIND AND WIUTIlUlt
Iiccoid trom noon of ycstciduy:
aSS. Thermometer lluln.
I 411 I Ml 22U 21i !)h lSli to 181i
:so.oi :io.ii 1 30.12 il si 1 770 1 770 II 0.0J
Wind, X.i:., fresh; Sljy, lino; Son, smooth.
Diamond Ilcnd, July '24, 3 p.m
Light N.E. wind.
Schr "Waioli from liana
Schr Kckauluohi for Ilanaiei
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jas Makce for Kauai
Schr Waioli took a deck load of horses
& calves, from Kaupo to Kahoolawe on
her last trip.
The D C Murray is fast loading she
will sail on or about Thursday next.
The Jas Makee sails to-morrow at
:j p. si.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The closing exercises of the Roy
al School take place to-morrow.
Haiawa mill is through grinding,
the crop falling much below what
Wr, aim to please our customers,
live and let live is our motto, King
Bros. 770 3t.
Come around the corner and see
our little Art Gallery. Admission
Free. King Bros. 770 3t.
St. Andrews' Guild holds its
regular monthly meeting this even
ing, at the usual time and place.
A drunken white man mistook the
Post office for a saloon the other
Tako Flour is clean, easily made
into Poi and only 50 cents per pack
age. Buy it and make your own
Poi. . 781 3t.
Tin: new telephone building is
nearly completed. The front has
been plastered and presents a very
Tin: meeting of Stockholders of
Wildcr's Steamship Co. called for
the 24th, is postponed until to-morrow
at 9 :30 a. m.
Tin: flooring is being laid on the
first and upper storys of "the new
bank building. Tho front of the
building is also being plastered.
Tins morning Mr. John Angus got
the third linger of his loft hand cut
completely off in the buzz planer, at
the Hawaiian Carriage Manufactur
ing Co.'s works.
Mn. J. K. "Wiseman has for salo
at Kalihi, a homestead outhouse, etc.
iTmmo and cartlon, 2 acres and 8 good
acres of pasturage land. The lease
lias 8 years to run. See adv.
Anotiiuu race in announced for
Saturday, at the Park, between the
horses "Joe Dake" and "Cid
Sperr.v" to harness, mile heals, best
2 in ;i for $200.
- - .
Tin: Legislature are at work on
the new bank bill to-day. The Gov
ernment bill is ignored, and the
Chamber of Commerce bill io being
passed without objection.
Tin: New Jersey Stumlurd con
tains the following: " Walter M.
Gibson, is Prime Minister of the
Sandwich Islands, exceedingly weal
thy, and a most estimable citizen, ha
ving the love and affection of tha
entire native population." Yum!
Wr. arc requested to state that the
Honolulu Symphony Club will play
at the entertainment on Saturday
evening, and hot the Sympathy Club,
as announced on placards round
town. The club are in entire sym
pathy with the objects of the enter
tainment, but not so much so that
they care to change their name to
suit the occasion.
A warn: boy to the employ of Mr.
J. Gay narrowly escaped drowning
at Vaialua y esterday. lie attempted
to cross the stream there on horse
back, but the current being very
strong from the recent freshets, it
carried both horse and rider away.
The boy, however, made a jump from
the horse and managed to catch hold
of an overhanging branch which
saved his life. The horse was
Tin: funeral of Mrs. Walters,
which took place last Sunday, at
Lihuc, was one of the most largely
attended of any known on Kauai for
man' years. Friends of all classes
came from far and near to pa' the
the last sad tribute of love and res
pect for her whoso untimely death
cut her off in all the vigor and
vivacity of her young woman-hood.
The events of the past week will be
remembered long and sorrowfully.
The Rev. Mr. "Wainwright conducted
the funeral service.
A FROLICSOME ARABIAN STALLION.
A suit was tried in one of our city
courts the other day against Ulysses
S. Grant, Jr., for injury done to the
plaintiff (a Mr. Bailey) by a vicious
horse. Some years ago Gen. Grant
had presented to him a pair of Arab
ian stallions, which were being kept
at his son's farm in Westchester
Country. One day one of the stal
lions was ridden to a store in the
village, and hitched to a post. At this
time Mr. Bailey was coming down the
road in a two horse wagon loaded
with eleven cans of milk.
Mr. Bailey, on the witness stand,
told substantially the following story
of what next happened : The young
man who rode the horse had scarcely
entered the store when the stallion
threw up his head, pulled off the
headstall, and started up the road.
He came in contact with the com
plainant's horses, kicked and bit
them, and crowded them into a ditch.
The stallion then put his fore feet
into the wagon, upset the milk cans,
and then he leaped into the wagon like
a dog and sat down in the com
plaintan's lap. Then he kicked Mr.
Bailey over backward, pawed him out
of the wagon, jumped out, kicked over
wagon, tore the harness, and caused
the witness' horses to run away.
The horse then pawed the com
plainant in the face, broke a rib on
the left side, injured his spine, badly
brusing his shoulder, and left him
unconscious upon the frozen ground.
Mr. Bailey was assisted home, and
has since been an invalid.
The defense was that U. S. Grant,
Jr., did not own the horse; that ho
offered to settle all damages to wagon,
horses, milk, and harness, and to pay
Bailey's doctor bill, and that the
offer was declined. The jury gave
Bailey a verdict for 5,000. Scicu
Monday, July 21.
Thos. Sorrenson garnishee, as
sumpsit for $1 a., continued by con
sent until the 28 inst.
J E Wiseman vs. J D McNeigh,
G W Maefarlano & Co. garnishee,
action on promissory note $30.,
' Lowers & Coolc vs. Crowley & Co.
assumpsit for $99.17 Judgement
I E Hoffwlilacger & Co. vs. Crowloy
& Co. iwanmpalt for $74.88 tfrtdg
Dillingham & Co. vs. Crowley A
Co. assumpsit for 8U18. II Judge
E O I lull & Hon. vs. Crowley & Co.
assumpsit for SltO.oO Judgement
S 1 Shaw vs. Win. Holt assumpsit
for S3-1. Settled out of court.
A Tough Morsel. The "crust" of
Yacht For Sale
On Saturday, July 26th
All!) uonn,ul Blower's Wharf,
Wo will cll at public miction, Uio well
27 ft. long, 10 fl. beam, depth of hold
:i II. 15 iu., v. lib musts, sails, ami tnckle
771 at Lyoxb & Li:vj:y, Auctr's.
MIE MEETING of the stockholders
of Wildcr's Steamship Companv,
(limited), called for JulvSUh, is POST
PONED until Fiidtiy, tho 25th instant,
at 0:150 a. in.
S. B. ROSE, Seoictary,
Honolulu, July 21. 772 It.
A DIVIDEND of Four Dollars per
shaio will be payable to the stock
holder of the Pacific Navigation Com
pany, on Thursday, the 21th instant, at
lliclr ollk'e, corner of Queen and Nun
707 5t P. 13. OAT, Treasurer.
$G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
Ulllcc, Queen M.
Lease For Sale.
AT KALI II I, 2 miles from town, H
je.11 10 run, Homestead, Out.
houhe.s, &e. House lot and gnid'-n, r
acres, 8 acres good pasture land. Ren
tal, $250 a year, p'ljublo (piurlerlv. 12i
grape vine-? on the premise- in nood
cultivated condition. !)0 chickens and
2 pli", willi lease to sell for -100.
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Apent.
For Sale or Lease,
A LARGE COMFORTABLE
BTrriTTSTC nlnvmi rnnms. I'linll
CSESBhaving convenient closets, pan
..TrijiT'"" "-"-'i -""." - 1
try, bath room, kitchen, poultry ynid,
&c. Water laid on. Four minutes
walk from Pnnnliou College. Terms
easy. A pply to S. P. Graham, at S. M.
Carter &, Co's, 82 King st. 7CR lm
Building- Lots For Sale.
e-s 100 feet, or more, liontagu
jeKJll .WlIlllUlll,g.'lMU ...III iikii...
$ Streets. Also, :J deep lots, 10j
teet lrontagc on lieckwitn 1st.,
with water richts ; thickly
covered with Algarobn ticcs. Terms
easy. Apply to S. F. Graham, at S. M.
drier & Co's, 82 King st. "7G3 lm
Saturday Evening, July 26th.
IX AID OF
St, Andrew's Cathedral Fair
Overture. Symphono Club.
iVlrs. Jarloy's Wax Works,
Introducing a number of New Figures.
Overture Symphony Club
" Who is Who ; or in a Fog !"
Mis. Unylcy. Miss WodchoiHC, Messrs.
Atkinson, Urown & lloldswoith.
Gallery HO Cents
Doors open ot7:ti0; performance at 8
Iiox plan will open atJ.E. Wiseman's
ofllce on Wednesday morning at 9.
Xo Gxtia charge for reserved scats.
FURNISHED HOUSE, com.
pletc, on tho Government Par.
adc Ground, with all modem
improvement'. Rent modeiato toio-spoctible-
parties. For particular ap
ply to S. J. LEVEY, Fort M. 700 If
JMJHNISUfiD ROOM. TO LOT.
No. 5! Emma Street.
GOVr.llNOU'B Ot'FIOK, Ho:;o-)
j.umj, Sept. 21, 188!t.
XJOTICB il lierebv given that no debts
L contracted oii behalf of the Ha
waiian bund will lie recognized orjpald
unless oi dured by tho undersigned.
Jno. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oaliu.
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii.
IS NOW OPEN for Traveler, whcio
First class accomodation can bo had
nt all Times. The climate of Honuiipo
is recommended for invalids.
HOUSES AND GUIDES
Provided for the Volcano.
jgy-For Terms, etc., See CARDS i.l
IIotelB and Streets. wsmitiiikSi
573 iy Proprietor.
HAS .live W-.rKlVT.I) PER
A Large Mew Stock
OP EVEKY DESCRIPTION.
TO 13E SOLD
rim nrm n
111 FORT STREET.
Fruits S Fruits S
Just Received per Alameda.
Boxes Fresh Plums,
Boxes Fresh Pears,
Boxes Fresh Applos,
Boxes Fresh Onions,
Whittakor Star Hams,
And a large assortment of California
Produce, For Sale by
To Merchants, Storekeepers,
and Residents of Honolulu.
rnilE undersigned intends leaving by
X the steamer of tho 1st of August,
for a short trip to the Coast. All who de
sire to send orders for articles or mer
chandise of any description, or to trans
act business of any nature there, I will
attend to the same.
Apply or address
Gcnuial Ilmlncss Agent,
CumpbellM Block, '.'8 Merchant street.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
From and after July loth, all par
tics who are in arrears for more
than two months telephone icntiil
will be liable to have their connec
tion with the Central Olllcecut aft.
X. B. Jll rcutals are due this
Company as per tigieemcnt, quaiter.
ly in advance.
.1. F. BROWN,
701 iiw Sec. il. li. T. Co.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for taitagc promptly at
tended to, at tho lowest rates. Also for
V.'Iiitc uiul jSMhcU Kami
ill quantities to uiit, at lowest prices.
70K GENTLEMEN" ONLY. Apply
." to MRS. TURNER. 82Kin-' Street,
nearly opposite tho Windsor Restaurant,
ALV3N IL. KASEM ANN
PAPER-RULER and BLAN1M50OK
Hook Rinding of till description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building Merchant street
. U H t& H WUillB
GUArA WOOD CHARCOAL, la any
(piantity, fioin 1 to 100 bags,
FOR SALE BY
Frank I Eustace,
7lH (iueen Street.
rpo LET, at the now Building No- 88
X Alahea Sticet, nearly opposite tho
Y. M. O- A. Building. Apply on the
premises. 725 Uni
IE TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
jtf Fori Street, (OniiiplicirH IJlock.)
Low Prices BVBust Rule I
WO BOi'J LINEN Willi-, liei Qiulii. ONLY $1 7S
U50 HOY'S LINEN SUIT, Best Qiiulit) ONLY 1 7C
um HOY'S LINKN SUITS, Hist Quall'y ONLY' $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Unlauiidercd While Shirts, No. 1 quality, al l.il'i; orl'J per doz.
SSrCiU'CHl IJaraiiis ! retit EJjii;ainH ! (riouI Surgniii !"TK
A large asEorliuenl of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only aO Cents.
Ai rived by the last alcnumi one of the Largest Invoices of
Eveijimi.orted into Ihis Kingdom.
180 doen Gent's Slater Stockings (bomclhlng new) seamless and perfect
lilting, tliiee-ply heels .at t!5 ets pair
Gent's Super Stout British Hose, Foamless -jj 1 per dozen
Gent's Caidinal Hose, silk clocked JI5 cts pair
Btiy'.s PEHCALi: SHIRTS, bc,t;quiiHty, at $1.00.
Just Received New Styles of Gent's Dress' Slits
A Lartrc Assortment of
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
.tfeiieo AVircaiul Staples, Kerosene Oil :i specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing- Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
iWW Wt W I LlllltftM
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To iiniko room for :i Iiiv;t StotMc or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, XowJYork, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos,, Organs, Accordeons9 Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables)
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm 3LiYO-A.1V &z Oo.
KvMpYOMMti wimmiftfirMwimwjw iwm
Just Received ex S S Mailpona,
Cases California Mushrooms, AVhittaker Starr Hams, Libby'f Pig's Feet, Li buy's
Cooked Hams Steoi's Family Cheese, Green Mountain Mayple Syrup,
Salt Water Cucumbers, Soused Pig's Feet,
California Pickled Roll Butter.
Also a full line of STAPLE AND FANOY GKOCBHIKS. Hcckcr'i Self Raising
Due k wheat Fl'ouer, Sporry' Genessce Flour, Hazard & Co's Indian Flour,
Pettyjohn's Gem, bomothing new. Try it.
Ibland Orders solicited. Telephone Xo. 210. P. O. Box 297. (7G2
i Lapp Assortment
- kou p.vi.i:
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Glefjhorn & Co's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Xjiito It. .1. UOHK.)
All mdoN (or 'Wlieel-vehleles of every description lllled with proniptne.is ami
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
tar FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TKAM CARS, OMNIRUSSES, PLANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our 1 torso Shoeing- Department
In under the supervision of a practical mini a mechanic second to non. "Wo
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubs. ' -Y,0 ?T "wwt purr
KyOlmrgoi. moderate. Will Ml AN & WllIGIlT, y
'108 ly 75, 77 ftml 8l luK S13.1'
Clc.. Etc., Elc.
lllllll 'II1WIW Willi III
KkxNrnv & cc.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel St.
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTEREST in the llrm of SUN"
WO, No. 72, Nuuanu Street, to Alam,
baid Alam assumes all liabilities and
will collect all accounts.
- Honolulu, July 10, 1881. 700 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Xuuiuiu stieets.
Fre-di Giocorioaaml Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tclophono 349.
,1,75, 77 and 81
lb. KtM Jv a
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