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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 7, 3 889.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1889.
Sum- Kntila from Knum
Stiiir Ukcllku from Mnul
Stinr MokollI from Molok.it
Stiiir Lthuu from Hawaii
Stinr VI vn from Mnul
Suhr KuMolfiom Uuwuli
Sehr Eva for
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr-Llkellko for Mnul at 5 p in
Stmr I.chtia for UaniaUuu at iTp m
From Hnwall per stmr Lcliua, Sept 7
C Bolte am 10 deck.
From Molokai per stmr MokollI, Sept
7 Sixteen deck passengers.
From Maul per stmr I, Ikelike, Sept 7
W Louies, O Uuiirt, W Ch.vmbcrinlu,
O A Peacock, Miss Baldwin, Prof W I)
Alexatuli'riuid daughter, F W Damon,
Mrs H W I.sdne niui son, F Aunstrong,
Mrs JUS Ku'leo and child, Miss A M
Crook, J A Palmer, Mrs Kckel, Master
Win Uoruwell, Master Ohus Hyde, L M
Vetlesen, Brother James, Miss May
Horn, Airs Staples, Mrs A do Carni
val ro, II O Treadway, V Armstrong,
Mia Win Tinner, Miss I Ltshmnu. Mis
ses Glade (2), 3 Chinese and 80 deck.
Tho tern Eva sailed in ballast tills
morning for Eureka.
The bieamer .MokollI sails for.Molokal
on Tuesday at 5 p in.
I The stinr Llkelikc brought 1 horse, -1(
hides and 120 pkgs sundries.
The bktue s G Wilder sails on Tues
day for Han Francisco with over a thou
sand tons of sugar. She will also take
The MokollI In ought this morning
from Molokai 37 sheep, 1 horse. 21 bur
lols molasses, 11 bags sugar, 20 pkgs
DAVI' In Honolulu, September Cth.
to the wife of Henry Davis, a son.
Hawaii, on Wedii'dav. -ltli iust.,
hv .1. G. lloapill, Esq., Mr, Chailes
Hall of Kaiu.iliu, and MUs Alice 1.
Makckuu of Lahaina, Maul.
SMITH-JAMES At Kainuliu, Kona,
Hawuii, on Wednesday, -ltli Inst.,
by J. G. lloapill, Esq , Mr. Sydney
Smith of Kainaliu, and Miss tusau
.Tames of I.uhaina, Maui.
aieetins of the Hoard of Trustees.
A quarterly meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
was held at the Chamber ot Com
merce Room this morning, Hon. C.
R. Bishop, Vice-President, in the
chair. The attendance was good.
The visiting committee made a
satisfactory report. The following
visiting committee was appointed
for the ensuing quarter: Mr. Jus
tice Dole, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn and
Col. C. P. Iaukea.
A lengthy discussion look place
with regard to the proposed amend
ment to the by-laws which resulted
in the introduction of an amendment
which will be acted upon at a spe
cial meeting to be held a month
The Treasurer reported the total
amount of the Queen Emma legacy
fund as $10,87-2.91 of which 2.
372.94 is uninvested in the Treas
Following is the house physician's
to the trustees op tiie queen's
Geuttemtn I have the honor to
submit the following report for the
quarter ending .August 31, 1389:
The number of patients at present
in the Hospital is -19 ; viz. : 23 Ha
waiians (19 males, 4 females), 1
Japanese and 25 of other nationali
ties ; 23 paying.
The number of admissions during
the quarter was 93 ; viz. : 34 Ha
waiians (25 males, 9 females), C
Chinese and 53 of other nationali
ties. Discharged, 70 ; viz. : 24 Ila
waiians (10 males, 8 females), 8
Chinese, 2 Japanese and 42 of
Deaths, 7 ; viz. : 2 Hawaiian
males, 1 Japanese and 4 of other
The causes of death were as fol-
lows: accident 1, consumption 1,
disease of brain 1, gunshot wound
1, hujinorrhago 1, typhoid fever 2.
Tho highest number of indoor pa
tients was 50, lowest 33; daily
average 39. Culls at the dispeupary
, 107. Number of prescriptions, 1450.
The number of patients treated in
the Hospital was as follows: June
02 ; July GO ; August 83.
The" Newfoundland Government
refuses to sulmiit the question of
entering tlie -Canadian Confedera
tion to J.lie electors. Tic people of
the island are afraid of the Domin
Edward Conroy, aged 80 years,
flldes't of the United States consuls
aj)d tlte junior of only one in the
ougt,h of service, lately died at $an
Jqan, Porto Rico, where he was ap
pointed consul iu 1809.
Judge Ingruham of thu Supreme
Couit in New York has refused ail
injunction against thu Sugar Trust,
pending the determination of thu
appeal of the North River Sugar Re
iluory Co. from tho judgment in Its
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Goon aitku.voox, Mr. President
Ltvi: pork is ten cents iv pound in
Tin: Likeliko biought quite u
huge uiimbei of passengers this
Amoko the audience in the Police
Court this morning w.is n Chinuinun
who stands Gft. 2in. high.
Am. Governuiunt schools through
out the Kingdom open for u new
term on Monday, the lGth inst.
The alaliiiiu or red lish aio to bo
seen in thu harbor in largo numbers.
Which chief or clueless is going to
A lahge audiencu ulteuded tho
baud concert at Thomas Square lust
evening. Some of the nupibers were
Hok. Krcil. II. and Mrs. llayscldcn
and family arrived from Lamii yes
terday, and aie stopping at tho Ha
Knormous quantities of the lish
called kiiwiikuwu have been caught
on tho Koulau side of the island tho
past few days.
There, should be a very good game
of ball at Makiki this afternoon. Thu
band will play there instead of at
Mx. L. M. Vetlcson cf Kahului is
in town. lie leaves on Tuesday for
ICuuai, to spend a well earned vaca
tion of two weeks.
A special meeting of the Boaid
of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
is called for October 12th, to uet upon
a proposed amendment to the bye
The regular meeting of the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society
will be held this evening, at 7:110
o'clock, ut tho lesidenco of Rev. W.
Messrs. Schaefcr & Co. announce
tin bai ken tine S. G. Wilder to sail
for San Francisco on Tuesday next
ut 10 a. m. Tho Wilder has superior
At Kaumakapili church to-morrow
Rev. J. Bickncll will preach in the
morning at 10:30, and the Rev. S. E.
Bishop at the union service in tho
evening, at 7 :30 o'clock.
Tun banana sloop icturncd from
Pearl River yesterday afternoon with
nary a fish, and its occupants us
hungry as hunters. They leport
"having had a night out."
Times appear to be brightening up
on Kona, Ilmvaii. A double wedding
took place there on Wednesday in
which the grooms bore the respective
relations to each other of uncle and
The officers and crew of II. P. M.
S. Espicgle will attend the 11:15
service of tho second congregation of
St. Andiow's Cathedral Sunday
morning. Tho Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
The Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Company has extended its lines to
Cump Austin, at Wuialae, and on
Monday will place a telephone in the
residence of Mr. Paul Isenberg, Jr.,
at that place.
A number of sportsmen wcie out
duck shouting in the Kooluu district
on Thursday. A party of eight bag
ged 100 while another party of two
shot 50. This is considered very good
for native duck shooting, as the for
eign ducks uro not allowed to be shot
until next month.
Two prisoners doing hard libor in
earnest were seen in the Government
yard this morning. Thoy were driv
ing n horse liuuling a lawn mower,
and tho machine would only work
when the horse trotted. The convicts
hud a hard time of it keeping up in
the sweltering beat.
Mr. Morgan will hold a sale this
evening at his auction rooms of new
goods, which are fully specified in
another column. It is well to bear
iu mind that the goods will be sold
regardless of cost. Reserved eats
will bo piovidcd for ladies. The sale
commences at 7 o'clock.
Rails are laid on tho Oahu Rail
way to thu bono mill opposite Ku
niehamehu Schools. By Tuesday
they will bo up to the Kulilii bridge.
Tho oiiiu wood ties, although ordered
in December, aro not fully supplied,
und trackluyiug will he delayed some
what when those on hand are used
There wab u full attendance at tho
annual meeting of the Honolulu
Arion last evening. Tho following
officers wcie elected for the ensuing
toini: President, Maurice Goldberg j
Vice-President, Wilhehn Woltorsj
Secretary, Call Podeyn; Treasurer,
Julius A soli; Auditing Committee,
J. II. Heist, B, Ordciibtciii, and J.
Dartuun. Other busincbs of a I online
character wus tiuusuctcd, and tho
meeting was brought to n closo by
coeial conversation and music,
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Auction sale by Mr. Morgan, at 7
o'clock, at his sales room, when will
he offered a large and vuried assort
ment of goods.
Mei'tlnjj Hawaijan Jn8i Chil
dren's Society, at residenco of W.
B. Oleson, .
Meeting Typographical Union No.
87, ut K. of i hall, Fort street, at
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ANOTHER LARGE MEETING.
Committed Appointed In ('aiiTflii
tln IHnlrlrt lor Xumc
The Pythian hall on Fort street
yesterday evening contained another
large meeting iu favor of a Chinese
constitutional Amendment. Mr. T.
R. Lucas, the chairman elected the
previous evening, called the meeting
to ordci at 8 o'clock, and Mr. F.
Godfrey resumed the secretary's
Mr. Kmmeluth, for the committee
appointed at the first meeting, re
ported the following resolution
printed in shape to receive signa
tures: We, the undersigned, residents
and voters o Honolulu, regardless
ol' all political differences, hereby
express our approval of a proposition
to call the present Legislature to
gether again for the purpese of sub
mining to the electors, at the com
ing election, an Amendment to the
Constitution calculated to meet and
settle the Chinese question ; and wo
hereby pledge ourselves to sign pe
titions or attend public meetings in
support of this proposition.
Thu report wos unanimously
The chairman, in harmony with
a sentiment expressed by Mr. J. W.
McDonald, intimated that personali
ties would not be in order at that
meeting. The secretary spoke to
Hon. W. A. Kinney, after a brief
discussion on getting signatures of
those present to the resolution, gave
a statement of the object of these
meetings. It was simply to get the
Legislature together for the sole
purpose of giving the people satis
faction upon the Chinese question.
Ai the first action of the Legislature
the question would not be for or
against the amendment, but whether
the people should have the measure
submitted to them. This was the
people's right and could not be de
nied by their representatives. Wm.
Wilder was the first of our repre
sentatives to clearly express his
submission to the people's will in
the Legislature. Applause. J The
people should teach the .Legislature
that they were its masters. Mem
bers of the Legislature had no light
to get up and say tho people should
not have this or that desire granted.
That was a remnant of the old auto
cratic idea. This should not be a
mechanics' organization, laudable as
such was in its own place, but be
broad enough to embrace all classes.
The speaker recommended caution
iu all their proceedings, as every
chance would be taken to trip them
up. They were acting not merely
for themselves and the present, but
for posterity and the future of the
country. Therefore, let all stand
together and not gratify the enemy
by the spectacle of a backdown.
Mr. Etnmeluth thought these
meetings woufd be impeded by both
ering with signatiues. Let the
meetings be devoted to the dissem
ination of appropriate information.
He moved that a committee of ten be
appointed to get signatures through
out this District to the resolution.
Tne motion was seconded.
Mr. Ilcrrick thought il would be
convenient to get the more than a
hundred names of those now pre
Mr. J. V. Gibbs wanted to know
something about the constitutional
amendment that it was propased to
have passed. He wanted to know
for what his signature was asked.
The President, Secretary,and Mr.
Kinney essayed toauswer the ques
tion. The latter said the main thing
was to get the Legislature together,
and let the Ministry bear the res
ponsibility of giving tho people sa
tisfaction in tho measure to bo sub
mitted. Further discussion of the motion
for a conimitteo wa9 had, which re
sulted in an amendment passing, to
the effect that those present sign
by wards and the chair select the
committee from the rolls.
During a recess of ten minutes
most of those present signed their
names to the resolution. The fol
lowing canvassing committee was
appointed: Ward 1, Robt. Lishman,
M. A. Gonsalves; Want 2, J. J.
Quinn, II. T. Devoilj Ward 3,
Thos. AVright, L. L. La Pierre;
Ward 4, W. A. Kinney, J. W. Treg
loan; AVaid 5, J. Kuiincluth, S. C.
Dwight. Remarks were then called
Mr. D. M. Crowley expressed his
sympathy with the movement, and
his agreement with Mr. Kinnoy's
ideas regarding the mode of proce
dure. It was a question of now or
never ; this matter must be settled
now. The fight, here was nn une
qual one between the workingman
and the capitalist. He was too old
to fight npw and intended to get out
of the country. It was his part to
have witnessed the first piece of
anti-Chinese legislation ever at
tempted in an Anglo-Saxon country.
That was iu Queensland and the
speaker gave some particulars of
the law, which was disallowed by
tlie Imperial Government. The
speaker considered the planters had
tin use for a white man in this coun
try except to work on tho planta
tions. Sugar was at the bottom of
all our tioublcs. The foreigners
should seel; co-operation of the na
tives in nil progressive politics.
Mr. J. L. Kuulukou was called
upou but said he was not prepaied
to express his sentiments on this
Mr. J. A, Osorio, on behalf of his
Portuguese countrymen, read, iu
ophion uppti the proposed amend
ment, suggesting what they deemed,
would, be an improvement upon the
-v?..iv. :&& ...atf-., ,a-,Jiut.i;wiito;;.
measure as thev understood It. lie.
was heartily "applauded on ,
After a general agreement as to a
fund for expenses, the meeting ad
journed till Monday evening.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
On Saturday Evening, Sept. 7th
T 7 O'CLOCK,
At ray Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction, a
varied line of
IVJE OOOOS !
Ladies and Gouts
Lislo Thread and Merino Soclu,
Children's Dresses & Rubes,
Silk Dress Patterns
A largo assortment of
Lace Dress Patterns
Silk & Laco Shan Is,
A new lot of
Linen Table Cloths,
Linen Napkins, Towels,
A very Hue asortiiicul of
GENTS & LADIES
Silk Umbrellas and Parasols 1
A large assortment of
velvet ai Tapestry Rues
Of new designs which must bo sold
at any pi ice.
Embroidered Table Cloths 1
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ci" ltemembsr that at. this Sale, all
Goods must he sold rcg'ttdlcss ofcobl.
J6S5" Reserved Seals for Ladies. a
J AS. F. MOltGAN,
343 It Auctioneer.
Desirable : Buildiug : Lob
By order of Mr. W R. Onstle I will
'ell :it Public Auction, ut my .Salesroom,
On Rftonday, Sept. 9th.
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOO.V.
Adjoining the residence of Dr. I'ydc on
The property has a f i outage of 2.'50 feet
on Deretiiniu s'ticct, 2.")0'feet on Young
street, and is 1100 feet deep
For the accommodation of parties
wIpIuiii; to obtain lots for residences the
in opcity will he subdivided Into Hots:
2 on Young stiect. size 125 by loO ft-et
deep, and i on llerutnniu street, 125 feet
frontage by lfiO fo-'t dee"p.
t: Special attention is called to this
sale of the most desirable I uildiug Lots
offered for sale iu Honolulu.
JSfiSALE POSITIVE ra
For fin tlicr particulars apply to W.
IX. CASTLE, or to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
1 I) 4t Auctioneer.
DERdeutclie .Mihsloni'predier Herr
Doctor Schneider u ird nmBonntag
den tf September, Vormiiiugs 11 Uhr, in
dcr Y. AI. O A. Hull, einen deutschen
His Kaiserliclr Deutsche Konsulat.
!Mt3t II. P. GLADE.
AT a meeting of the Trustees of tho
Planters' Labor & Supply Com.
pany held this day, it was toted thut
ihe unnual meeting of thu Company he
IMd In Honolulu, on MONDAY, Octo
borSBth 1KS3, ut 10 o'clock a m., at the
rooms of tho ChiimbT of Cnrnmrrc.
w. o. smith:,
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1880. 310 Iw
NOTICE of MEETING.
A SPECIAL meeting of tho Hoard of
Trustees of the Q-ieoi's Ho.pltnl
will be held ul the rom of the Chamber
of Commerce, on SATUItDAY, the 12th
Oolober, 1683, for tlo purpobo of acting
upon a proposed amendment lo thu By.
Laws ot thu Queen's llofpluil Corpora,
lion. Per order
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, lSJO. aw td
J. N. S. WILLIAMS.
Engineer & Contractor,
Is prepared to design und contract for
all clawed of Sugar Extraction Machi
nery, Inhaling Machinery, Evipoiut.
lug Appaiatus, Vacuum Pans, Knclueu
of all kinds ami for all purposea, W-ittr
Wheel, Water Couiluii, (boih pipes
aad Humes), Steam Unllers of various
kinds, Ittillioad Matoilul and ltolUng
Sum'; IJt'i , Lie.
In all us branches a spe lulty.
i'lauUitions Mii'p'ieil "ItU Chemical mid
Analytical Apparatus ot thu very heel
description to order,
jfiF Closo Attention puld to all orders,
und niillsfrictlo'i to thu purchaser gua.
raniaeil. P. O. Ilox 33Q. Fort htreet,
TTTQT T? T?P"E,T'?7"Fi,Tl
" UA " VJW V JLiM
Departure Bay Goal!
Flisl.clas for Family Use'
For Sale in ftuan titles to Suit
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
315 J'No. 40 Queen Street. 131
TO ARRiVE !
Per IMtlsh 1J irk "llancu," now fully
duo from Liverpool, an
ForS.ilc in Quantities to Suit !
F. A. Schaefer & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
Half-hourly Service on Bore
On and utter Friday, Sept. Oth, the
cars will run us under:
Leave hurf for Puuahou (via Fort
and Uerctauln streets) U:-H, 7:28. 7 :r.r,
8:2.-o. in., and half-hourly. Last car
8 :55 p. in. Sunday1' (he same from !) :25
Xotk The curs leaving at 25 und 28
minutes past the hour go to the College,
all others to Kltle Kange.
Leave Klltc llaugo for Whaif (via
Berc'uuia und Fort) 7 :3G n. m und
hourly. Last cur 8:3(5 p. in. Sundays
thu Mime f i oin 8:30 a. in.
Miturduy und Sunday additional, 0:30
p. m. to Central Union Church only.
Leave I'unahou (Corner of Iterc
tanla street) for lk-rctaniu. stieet, Fort
street and wharf, 0:05, n:3.".. 7:05, 7 :39,
8:00 u. in. and half-hourly. The lat cur
ut-l) :0!) p. in., und an extra on Saturdays
at J::W p. in. run to Central Union
Sundavs 8:30, 0:20, 0:42, 10:03,
10:30 and hulf-hoiu;ly. The two last
curs at 0:00 and 0:30 p. m. run to Cen
tral Union Church only.
Loive O.ihu College (For Heretunia
street, Foit street and Wharf) 8:00 a.
m. and huuily. The lat car at 9:00 p
in. rivis to Centsal Upion Chinch onlv.
fciuidays 0:10, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00 u.
in., 12:10 and 1:00 p. in., and then
hourly. Thu last car at 0 :O0 runs to
Central Union Church onlv.
Alterations in Nuuanu and
Fort Street Running.
Leave Puuoa for Wharf (via Queen
streot) 0:22 a. in. and hourly Last car
7:2. p. m., also, 8:22 p. in. "for I'ulainn.
Sundays the same from 8:22 a. in.
Leave Pauou for Wharf and Hotel
(via School and Foil streets) 0:37 a. in.
and hourly. Lust car 8:37 p. in., also
0:37). m. for Puuahou. Sundays the
sumo from 0:37 a. m.
Leave Wharf for Pauoa (via Queen
street) 7:02 a. in. and hourly. Last car
at 8 :02 p.m. Sundays tho 'same from
0:02 a. m.
Leave Hotel for Pauoa (via Alakea
and Fort .streets) 7.01 anil hourly. Lust
car at 0:0t p. in. Sundays thu same
from 10:01 a. in.
Xotk Theso two services to P.iuo.i
will he doubled In a faw days, when u
full time table will hu Issued.
EST-A limited number of Advertie
nients will bo Inserted hi this Time
Table and applications for space should
ho sent to this Ollleo without delay.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
Through Car HerlrrH for Htndenta
on Xuuauu .V Horntanla HIh.
Hot Available to the General Public.
MONDAY to FRIDAY.
A car will leave I'.uioa bridge on
Nuuanu street at 8:2U it. m , truvel via
School, Fort and lierelnniu streets, W
arrive at Oahu College- 8:57; pw-lni,"-Fort.st.
School 8.30, Central Union
Church 8:!15, Punahou Preparatory 8;!I7
A car will leave Oahu College 8,01
a. in., passing Piuialiou Preparatory at
8:80, Central Union (,'hurch H 3, For'.-.t
School 8:37, arrive Pauoa 8:H.
A car will Ioivj Pauni hrldgii on
Nuuanu street at 1 -.r:i p. in., travel via
School, Fort and Heretunia streets, to
arrive at Oahu College 2:2T, pissing
Kort-st. School 2:00, Central Union
Church 2:03, I'uuihou Preparatory 2:07,
A car will leave Oahu College 2:30
p, in., to arrive HtContril Union Oburch
at:03 and Pauoa 3:12.
B3?"Nn cash will he taken on these
carrt which will he Jubelled "btudents
Only" Tickets iu packets of 20 for 1,
or 600 for $32 00, can ho obtulned at
Leave Oahu f'ollcgu ot (1:10, Punahou
ilrunl 11:2.0; arrive Central I'nion Church
H:10 lny over opposite Queen Einiii't
Leave Central Unioa Church 12:10.
(Notk Tills oar will await the termi
nation of tlo servic!-),
Lcuvo Oahu U illogo 0:00, ahead of
ordinary car expedited from Pensncola
niui, to arrive at Cxulral Union Church
0:27; Ihv ovir opposllu Queou Knin.H
Hull unlil-lcivu H.4U or (l;D2. all Ul
AIISS IJERRY'S SlIiooI will reopen
1H MONDAY. Botitomlier Dili, at
I No. 4i Emma tttcet, 312 Gl
4-aft. . J
OPINIONS - OF - THE - PRESS
Hew Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OK THK UNITKI) STATKS
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
From the Xkw Youk Timi. .Itiuc'.'J, 1S80.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a Ijank draft, is a simple proniHW to pay without condi
tions on the back.
From the Oiucauo Invkstioatoii.1
Always on tlie alert, and ever anxious to give the public th". most
ailvantugeous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods,
and has been tlie means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree,
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
From the Kentuukv IIeohtbu, Wehtnond, Kj.. .limp 28, 18SD.
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create anil maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently it3 business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
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edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine tlie new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
rFrom the Boston Post.V
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance. .
From the Pvcific Uniieuwiutki:, San l'r.ineiico, .hily I. IsSO J .,
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy connot fail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progresstvenes3 in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
JB For full particulars call on
SPAR -o- SAILOR -o- HATS
I POLKA DOTTED RIBBONS I j
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
CORNER FORT fc HOTEL STREETS.
MR. ANTON VOGEL is not in our
employ anv more nftnr IhU ilate.
E. HOFFSCIILAEGER & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 2-1, 1889. UJ5 lm
THE Merry.fjn round will run at Wai.
kilti WwlucHdny and S-imrduy even,
hijj; Wednesday und Saturday afternoon
for ladies and children. The "Tramways
will run two curs at 10.07 and three curs
at 10.37. ill I tw
O COITAGES and Premises
O on Emma htreet, at a reu
sonahle figure. Aptriv '
J. M. JUUNHAKKAT,
Cartwright's Ul0"l. Merchant St.
FOR SALE or LEASE
OUSE and Premises at
Iuilel. Honolulu House
comaiiM three hirco und two
.-itiin.il rojtiiHund hall and a large attic.
Cottage with three rooms on the pre
mises ; cook nml buth-liousu, Stublo
with three stalls and curringe house:
sliiulo and fruit trees nt tho premises.
Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwright'c Htonlc, .Merchant St.
IpUUNlSITED Rooms to let.
southwest corner of
.Punchbowl and Herrtania
Btreeta, would bo very convenient for a
small family. 255 Cm
THE Mnnnui Ranch,
situate nt Mnanul,
Molokai, with sonic -100
head of Cattle ar.d uboul
JO Horn- and More, will be bold on
I misonume terms. Apnlv to
j 342 fit II. HACICFKf.I) & CO.
AFI.'IST - CLASS
I'haiton In per
fect order. Apply at
HORSE FOR SALE.
W. II. WRIGHT,
. At Cutle ii ConlieV
General Ageut for the Hawaiian Islands.
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HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.; v
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Tlie Tlioroushbrcd Stallion'
Will stand at seivleo at
Rucoim 2:22, Sacramento, Sept. IS,
l'KliluitKK: -v- Marin wis aired hjr
Quinn's Putcheu, he by ieo. M. Pat
clien, Jr.; Mnriu'sdum hv Kuilgrant. he
hy Hilly McCracken; liillv McOmcken
hv McCrackcn't Black Hank, 707, (the
sire of Lady Oooley, and of tlie dam of
Overman, 2:11M) McUracken's Uluok.
Huwk, 707, hv Vurmont Black Hawk, B;
2nd dam hy Marshall's Black Hawk, he
hy Ksston'd Black Hawk. The dam ot
Quinn's Putcheu hy Btockhrldge Chief,
he hy Vermont Muck Hawk, 0.
U T. Carroll of San FrancUco, tho
former owuer of Marin, vouches, that
out of ihlriy-fcix mares served hy thia
horse during Ida last seusou in Cali.
fornia, thirty.fivo proved with foal
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