Newspaper Page Text
IJAkLy JtittVUKltf; HiiMtfJ-Ui k. ,1';, tiMMlWRBtt i. iL
TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1889.
Btmr V G Hull Tor J.dmlnn, Mnalicii,
Konn. Ka i and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Ftmr Polo for KonapoiU at 11 a in
Stmr Mlkulmla for Knuul at 5 p in
Stmr Moknlll for Molokul at 5 p m
Ilk no S G Wilder for San Francisco at
11 a in
Btmr Viva for Maul
ibu tvlmt Mi tf, ltoi-tl liaa lo en?
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0HRQW.
Stmr W.tlulenle for Lalialnu and Iliimn
kua at 10 a in
A .Tap wants a situation ns cook.
Waiter or gardener.
Tun baseball league investigation
committee is bard at work.
Mn. Levey's pale of Knwniloa rnueh
slock is postponed one week.
Thk band will play at the Asylum
to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
For Kauai, per Kaala, Sept 0 -2 rabln
and 20 deek.
For Kauai, per James1 Makee, Sept 0
II J Gallagher, J N S Williams, W
Ensslc, Mrs Weight and 40 dec.
For Slant, perLtkullkc, Sept D Hon
W O Wilder, II O Adiins. ,T E nidwcll.
Oscar IJnna, F Bucholts:, A L -nihil, .1
Cimunlngs, J A Palmer, J H Maby, II S
Tregloan, and CO deck.
For Maul and Hawaii, per W G Hall,
Sept 10 Mr Justice Hlckerlon, His Ex
L A Thurstoti, Hon Paul Neumann, W
OAchlnnd wife, Mrs Alapal, L Van
Orden, OP Paine. F It Wolsey, Mls-s
Grccnwell. II Turton, J McDonald and
wife, Miss Liilie Schocn, W Burner, J
.lorgenson, Mrs Goldstein and daughter
Mrs A lark and 3 children and 7"i duck
For San Francisco, per S G 'Wilder,
Sept 10 -Mrs Wall and 3 children, II J
The barkcntiiie S G Wilder, CaptT H
Grjlllth, sailed for San Frauclsco this
morning with 17,030 hags sugar weigh
ing 2,ODO,C0O pounds, and 1 barrel
molasses, valued nt 9110,702.11. She
also took 7 eases lager beer and 3 caes
gin. Foreign value $110.30.
The Iwalaul is to have her decks re
.10NES In Honolulu, Sept. 8th, to the
wife of E. A. Jones, a son.
Tm: steamship Kinati is due from
windward early to-morrow morning.
Tun Hawaiian Business Agency
has a cottage on Kokiiulike street to
LAitac bathing parties from town
were out at the "Waikiki Villa" but
Tim steamship Oceanic is leaving
San Francisco to-day for China via
ODriST I? UTIMAL AMEtiQMtilf . '?' ' T1C kef efit dctt
nmiusi rousing uppiuuac
Auntiicr IilVnl.V aiirtliie-l-!n(lliml
nstlrt Fed Ins t'i i Iniuii'illnlo Action.
Tim regular meeting of Geo. W.
DoLong Post G. A. It. will bo held
Tun Ladies' Altar Society meets
to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at
Tub Nipsics and Kniulanis play at
two o'clock to-nioirow afternoon at
the Makiki grounds.
A veky enjoyable party was given
at the residence of Mr. H. J. Nolte,
Waikiki, last evening.
Tiieue will be a meeting of Hook
it Ladder Company this evening at
the usual timo mid place.
Muck, the Hawaii's pitclier,ltas not
been homo since Sutuulay. He was
seen in town this morning.
Every member of the Honolulu
Rilles is ordered to report at tho
Armory to-night for battalion drill.
A Chlnnuian Hongs Himself at
About -1:30 o'clock last Saturday
morning, a Chinaman named Dong
Chin, was found hanging by the neck
in a water closet at the Hopper rice
plantation, Pawaa. The body was
quite cold when found leaving no
doubt that it had been hanging some
time. Dong Chin had been employ
ed on the plantation the past four
months. He was twenty-four years
of tige, and the foreman speaks of
him as a ver' quiet man and one
who never used opium or quarrelled
with anybody. A short time ago
"Dong Chin, who has a wife and child
i a China received a letter from
friends stating that his mother was
dead and his father had married
again. The letter further stated the
step mother ill treated Dong Chin's
wife and child. This evidently
pre3'cd on bis mind and led him to
commit the rash act.
Coroner Chas. L. Hopkins cm
panelled the following jury : W. II.
(Smith, G. Schuman, Louis Adler,
Henry Brad'ey, Conrad Hansen and
H. E. Melntyre, and held an in
quest. The jury returned a verdict
that tlit. deceased came to bis death
by hanging himself by the neck
with a cloth rope in a house at Pa
waa on the Gth of September, while
in a despondent mood over the
troubles of bis wife and child in
On Friday next, at 10 a. in., Mr. J.
F. Morgan will sell a largo quantity
of household furniture ut his sales
room. TnEUE was a very large audience
at the band conceit at Emma Square
list evening. It did not conclude
until ten o'clock.
There will be a dance- on board
the U. S. S. Nipsie Thursday after
noon. The Hawaiian string band will
be in attendance.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Mutual Telephone
Company will be held to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock at the Com
There has been a tremendous run
on the Spar Sailor hats at C. J. Fish
el's Leading Millinery House the
past week or so. They are neat,
cheap and all the rage.
The "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
is out with twenty-eight columns of
interesting local and island news, u
good deal of which docs not appear
in any other paper published in the
His Excellency the Minister of In
terior left on tho W: G. Hall this
morning to visit Uio districts of Nortli
and South Kona to lay out new
roads. Mr. W. IJruner of the Survey
Department accompanied the Minister.
A meetiDg of the first division of
the Liliuokalnni Educational Society
was held at Washington Place, Sept.
2d, which was ycry satisfactory.
The Treasurer, Mrs. J. II. Brown,
presented her report for the term
from Oct. 10th, 1888, to Sept. 1st,
1889, as follows:
To balauee on hand
July, 1888 140 20
from dues 152 75
from Ice stock di
vidends 28 00
from Mrs. F. S.
from Mrs. P. C.
of three pupils at
from Dee C, .1888,
to Sept. 1,1880... .
By amount paid for
printing, etc., to
Kept 1, 1880
Balance on hand Sept.
Mi:. F. Horn, proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, has
the thunks of tho Bulletin blah" for
a very liberal supply of delicious ice
cream and cako this morning. It is
a superior article and no mistako
The barkentino S. G. Wilder sail
ed for San Francisco shortly before
eleven o'clock this morning. She
took from the Post Ollice il letters
and 3 papers. Captain Griffith ex
pects to be up there before the next
8330 05 330 05
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Court Lunnlllo No. CC00 A, O. F.
Geo. -W. Dc Long Tost No. 15,
G. A. R., at 7:30.
Battalion drill, -Honolulu Rifles,
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O.
Meeting Protection Hook and
Ladder Company, nt 7:80.
The interior of the store of Messrs.
Hollister &, Co. on Fort street hat
just undergone a thorough renova
tion. All tho woodwork bus been re
painted and tho ceiling frescoed,
tho whole place presenting an ex
ceedingly neat appearance.
The tools and plant to bo sold for
tho Tramways Co. by Mr. Levey to
morrow are not, as might bo sup
posed, the second-hand articles from
the company's construction opera
tions. They aro tho surplus stock
imported for tho works and wholly
new and unused.
Or Miss Katie Putnam who will
shortly appear in Honolulu under
Mr. L. J. Levey's management the
Chicago Inter Ocean says: "Miss
Putnam is a pretty, graceful and
pleasing soubretto actress, showing
best in mirthful work, but with an
exquisite appreciation of tho pathetic."
BY I.. J. I.KVET.
At 10 o'clock a. m, by order of
the Ilawaiiain Tramways Company,
carriage and cart, horses, shovels,
picks, pick bundles, wheelbarrows,
".imps, iron pumps, carpenter's and
navvies' tools, circular saw, etc.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "Tho Dally Bulletin." CO cents
The Honolulu Boat Club house at
tho landing has been sold lo tho
Oalui Railway and Land .Company,
It is being taken down and will bo
used by tho company for cur houses.
Mr, Dillingham bus given tho club u
piece of land at Pearl Harbor on
which t erect u boat bouse. This
leaves the club out of debt and with
something on band to fix up new
quarters ut Pearl Harbor.
The prograinmo of the ninth oi
gnn recital to bo given at Ivaumuka
pili Church Thursday evening will
bo published to-morrow. Miss Me
Grew will play a violin solo, and also
the violin obligate to two pongs by
Miss Dora Dowsott, Miss von Holt
playing the accompaniments. Messrs.
Arthur Tibhs and Paul Isenberg, Jr.,
will both render vocal solos and tboro
will bo organ solos by Messrs, Myron
JL Jones aud Wray Taylor.
The adjourned meeting of citizens
on the proposed Chinese nmcndnient
to the constitution, yesterday even
ing in O.iliu lodge room, Fort street,
opened promptly at eight o'clock,
when about sixty persons were pre
sent and more coining in. Mr. T.
11. Lucas, chairman, having called
the meeting to order, and Mr. Frank
Godfrey, secretary, read the min
utes of ltist meeting, tUo reports of
canvassers for signatures to tho
resolution in favor of an extra ses
sion were called for. Lists were
banded in, as n result of port of two
days' work of the committees, con
taining 421 signatures 197 from
ward L, 10 from ward 3, 28 from
ward -I, and 150 from ward 5. Over
500 names were now on the lists,in
cludiug tlio-se signed at the previous
meeting. The committee was con
tinued witli tho addition of three
additional members for each ward.
Remarks were then called for.
Hon. W. O. Smith was loudly
named all over the house. He said
he did not come to talk but in quest
of new ideas. The Legislature had
spent much labor and time in the
attempt to arrive at an understand
ing on the Chinese question, but
after coming several times fiom
special committee tho proposed con
stitutional amendment was defeated,
lie expressed his sympathy with the
effort lo get availing legislation for
tho protection of the races sustain
ing civilization aud free institutions
f i om being overwhelmed by the
large class of Chinese without fami
lies and having no knowledge of
political institutions after western
models. The failure last session
was due to the great dilllculties sur
rounding the problem, and it was
the speaker's opinion that the same
legislature would cheerfully provide
a remedy if one could be presented
consistent with their honest judg
ment, lie had become lirmly of
the opinion that constitutional
amendment was necessary to the
object and it roust come, but the
constitution was something that
should not be trilled with, affecting
as it does the liberties of all. While
so believing be was not in favor of
having the Legislature called to
gether now and forced on the spur
of the moment to come to a settle
ment of so great a matter. It would,
he believed, do more harm than
good. There were other reasons for
his opinion which he would rather
not speak in public. (Calls of
"Speak out!" "Speak them?")
Well, lie would say that we had just
been through a great deal of excite
ment which left traces ot race feel-
mg, and lie (touoteci wneiner it
would be wise to bring on the addi
tional excitement of a session of the
Legislature. The Usual course in
other countries under constitutional
government was when a vote was
taken on a question by the people's
representatives, that settled the
matter until the people should have
an opportunity of expressing their
views at the dictions. He had ask
ed the editor of the Bulletin to
publish the division list of the Legis
lature on the amendment, so that
the public memory should be re
freshed. Whenever the matter
came up in the Legislature, how
ever, if he was a member he would
support a constitutional amendment.
lion. V. A. Kinney expressed his
great admiration of Mr. Smith for
coming into this meeting to show
his colors. Yet he could not agree
with all his conclusions. It was the
people's right to have an amend
ment submitted to them, and that
Mas all that was asked by them.
The speaker reiterated his senti
ments of the previous meeting as to
the autocratic feeling that he re
garded as swaying the decision of
the Legislature. It had been his
opinion that the present Legislature
was prepared to havo clone justice
to the people though the hearens
Bhould'full, but he had received a
rude awakening. He recited the
story of what had Been sneered at
as the "bloodless revolution," but
in which the supporters had braved
possible deatl) and yet never opened
their mouths to dictate a word to
the framers of tho Constitution.
That document gave great power
into the bunds of the wealthy class
(A voice "Too great!" and ap
plause), yet it was this class that
struck thoso mechanics and wage
earners of Honolulu in tho face
through the Legislature. The argu
ment that the members of the Legis
lature had this question before their
eyes for a twelvemonth and were
tut prepared to ngren on anything
recalled the fable of the mountain
that labored aud brought forth a
Mr. Smith I think you are doing
an injustice to some of the members
that voted against that amendment.
There were men on that side who
would gladly have supported a
measure that in their judgment
would bo a remedy.
Mr. Kinney, resuming, in reply
to Mr. Smith, referred to the em
phatic demand for Chinese legisla
tion at the nomination of Mr.
Wilder. No public man in the
United States would stand Ins
ground if lie did not defer to new
developments of publio opinion after
ids clecliou. He characterized in
eloquent tonus the conduct of that
class who hud been protected in the
late insurrection by the very men
whom they now continued coolly
asking to wait, wait, for relief from
their deeply felt and suffered
Mr. Enimeliith related a striking
incident of the dny in the remark of i
one who had aided lo defeat tho j
constitutional amendment thnt it I
was now a question of "to be or not
lo be." That was just what it was I
Now or never this matter must lie
settled, ns one of life or death to
every man in this room, find to
every man of any color and like am
bitions on those islands. Moreover,
the eyes of the United States arc
upon' us. When ho was in that
country lie heard the Mexican treaty
for introducing Chinese labor into
Mexico referred to with the com
ment that it would reduue Mexico to
a similnr condition with that of tin
Hawaiian Islands. It was remarked
to him the other day that If this
thing went through it would bo the
most glorious day that ever visited
these islands. (Applause.)
Mr. J. W. Gibbs asked one of the
legal gentlemen, hoping he would
not be charged for tho advice,
whether the amendment hnd been
indefinitely postponed legally, see
ing that three members who voted
for the motion had been expelled
for taking bribes for their votes.
Mr. Smith stated that it was a lc
gal vote the day it was passed.
Mr. Logan snid Mr. Gibbs ques
tion suggested another. Supposing
tho vote was legal, would the fact
prevent the amendment being pass
ed on the session being resumed,
under the rule that a matter once
decided at a session could not lie
revived the same session?
Mr. Smith responded that this
questiou had been seriously discuss
ed within th past few days. The
rule referred to was not in the Con
stitution or laws, but in the rules of
procedure of the House. According
to precedent of the present Legisla
ture, a matter could be revived in a
differentform, or the rule be sus
pended by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Gibbs cited tho case in the
Supreme Court, recently, when a
verdict was nullified after its accept
ance upon the discovery that two of
the jurors had discussed the issue
before the trial. He thought it was
strange if the law-makers were not
to be governed by the same princi
ples as the judges of the law.
Mr. J. F. Bowler thought the
trouble was too many lawyers in the
house who sought to make business
in drafting amendments.
Mr. 1). M. Crowley, being called
on, delivered a brief address with
frequent huKiorous hits that elicited
laughter, after which the meeting
adjourned till Thursday evening.
Departare Bay Goal!
Flrst.rlasi for Family Use!
For Salo iu Quantities to Suit
-ifr liyj fiiss
OPINIONS - OF - THE - PRESS
ALLEN & ROB8NSON,
315 No. 40 Queen itrcc. 3t
TO ARRIVE !
Por V. l'is'i R it 1: "htiuca," now fully
due from Liverpool, nn
For Sale In QU unities lo Suit !
Fv A. Schaefer & Co.'s.
a u lw
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Thc
1 most poniilH'' imp'T pu hi When.
Hawaii Tramways Co.,
quitable Life Assurance Society
OF THK UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
f From -the New Yomk Tiu:,.lunc a-l, istf. ' -
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promisu lo pay without condi
tions on the back.
Half-hourly Servica onBoro
On and after Friday, Sept. 0th, the
cars will run as uudi'r:
Leave vt barf for Piuiahou (via Fort
and Ueretanlu streets) 0:H, 7:2S. 7:55,
8:'J5 a. in., and half-hourly. List car
8:55 p. m. Sundays the same from 0 :2o
Xotk The cars leaving at 2." and 28
minutes past the honrgo to the College,
all others to Ultlc Kntigc.
From the Oiiicaoo l.svnsTin.vrou.l
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public th. most
advantngeom contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods,
nnd lias been the 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 Hot before been known in life insurance.
From tho Kkntuokv HeoisTKn, Klchmond, Ky., June US, 188!).
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who hare heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
Leave llllle Hane for Wharf (via
Hcrc'ania and Fort) 7:30 a. in and
hourly. Last car 8 :!tti p. in. Sundays
the Fame from 8:'.iG n. in.
t-aturdny and Sund.iy nddltloir.il, !):".1C
p.ni. to Central Uniou Church only.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Keoniana, Jimmy, Okura and
Luku bad each to pay SG for drunk
enness. Kamai was charged ,W'itli riot and
unlawful assembly. Defendant
waives examination and is commit
ted for trial to the Supreme Court.
J. L. Kaulukou for defendant. Bail
is fixed at $500.
Ah Chung, Ah Sam, Ah Chec and.
Ah Kim were each fined SiiO with
one hour's imprisonment for having
opium unlawfully in possession. An
appeal wa3 noted.
Leave I'nnnbou--(Corner of Bere
taula .street) for lierctnula street. Fort
Street and whmf, (i:0"i, i!:Ui, 7:0, 7:30,
8:09 a. m. and h-ilMiourly. The last car
at '.) :0!) p. in., and an extra ou Saturdays
at !)::!!) p. in. run to Central Union
Sundavs 8::i), 0:20, 0;t'2, 10:03,
10:30 and half-hourly. The two hit
cars at 0:09 and 0:09 p. m. run to Cen
tral Union Church only.
fFrom the Boston Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence iu life assurance.
I.uive Oaliu College (For Oretunla
street. Foit street and Whuri; 8:0ti a.
in. and hourly. The last car at 0:00 p.
in. runs to Central Union Church only.
MiMlayn 0:10, 10:00, 10:30, U:0Ga.
in., l'J:.b and 1:06 p. in. aud then
hourly. Tho last cur at 9:00 runs to
Central Union Church only.
From the Pacific Uhukiiwkitek, San Francisco, July 1, 1889.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders und for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
Jfta?" For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
330 lm General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.'
Alterations in Nuuanu and
Tort Street B, tinning.
Leave I'aiina for Wharf (via Queen
street) 0:22 a. m. and hourly Last ear
7:2' p. in., also, 8:22 p. m. for Palania.
Sundavs the same from 8:22 a. m.
rM-lLY 2 IVr Gallon 1
J 'Delicious Fine
Crt'uni, nimlu of Ihc Wouuluwn Dairy
'cloliratt-d Cream. Rii.ir.'ininid to he
positively pure, although cheaper thin
anywhere cbe. Pioneer 3 cam dimly
Factory &, Halury. Hnth Telephones
No. 7t. 318 fit
A SITUATION wanted by a Jap tis
cook, waiter or g.irdenir. Apply
at Japanese Barber Shop, No. 127 Mm.
aim street. 347 lw
'"I'MIFi undesigned luivlng been up.
JL pointed At-slgiicc of Uio Estato of
lticliuid Cuyfonl, ha.ikrupt, requests nil
pci sous having clulius n'uiiist sddes
tute to present tnino at once duly proven
bufore thu (,'ouit, uid all persons iu.
ilolilcd to said estate will mnkn Imme
diate payment to mo at my oillcc, No.
91 King street.
31.- 4t DAVID DAYTON.
Leave Fauna for Wharf and Hotel
(via .School and Fort streets) 0:37 a. m.
and hourly. Last cur 8:37 p. in., also
0:37 p. m. for Puiiahoii. Sundays, the
same from 9:37 n. in.
Leave Wharf for P.iuoa (via Queen
street) 7 :02 a. m. and hourly. Lust car
at 8:02 p. m. Sundays the same from
Leave Hotel for Pauoa (via Alakea
and Fort streets) 7 ,01 and hourly. Last
car at 9:04 p. in. Sundays the same
from 10:01 a. in.
Xotk These two services to Pauoa
will be doubled In a few days, when a
full time tabic will be Issued.
.; POLKA DOTTO RIBBONS I j-
LEADING- MILLINERY H0USE;
COKNEK FOKT fc HOTEL STREETS.
NOTICE of MEETING.
A SPECIAL meeting or lho Hoard of
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
will be held at the room of the Cham tier
of Commerce, on SATURDAY, the 12th
October, 1889, for the purpose of acting
upon a proposed amendment to the By
Laws ol the Queen's Hospital Corpora
tion. Per order
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, Bept. 7, 1839. 346 td
OIIUNG LEU, of Honolulu, having
made an assignment to the under,
signed for the benefit of hi creditors.
Notice is hereby iven that all accounts
due to tho said (jilting Leo hlinuld bit
Immediately paid at thu otllcc of the
uudtTbigned wl.crc nil accounts should
ho prcsen'O'l wlihln 30 days' from date.
Ed. HOFFaCIILAEaKlt A CO.,
ABsigne-s of Chung l.ee.
Honolulu, Sept 0, HbD. 317 lit
tW A limited number of Advertise
ments will be inserted In this Timo
Tfthlo and. applications for space should
ha sent to ttiis Ollice without dclav.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Through Car HnrvlreH ror MtndeutB
on Xttnanu A. Ilerntunla Ht.
Not Available to the General Public.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NKW Cntundrr Car.
rlage just finished
and handsomelr trimmed
in first clues style; must be immediately
sold to cloie hq ax-denment. Applv to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AUKNOY.
MR. ANTON VOOEb Is not in our
uniplov :mv more nftrr this date.
E. HOFFSCHLAKGER & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 18S9. 335 lm
CONTAINING 1 large and
2 unull room, veranda
with htth room, dininc room
ami kitchen detached, on KekatiHkc
street, opposite Hotel street. Kent $10
per month. Applv nt .
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
tx. ! ' ('j--- W ill &V i - '
tIE TAKES THE CAKE.
VU'rna Ileally. MI3 Mlnnlo, ovcrj-Uilr.':
I i )' i Jr Imiuu suniiiH no Ix-liMil ttial I wou. I
l.i'tlotttuul thu irliiulialuKiit,
Mill J.n.iiV I cuu iiully aaalut yuu In ll.nt
i'Urenee Kow, realty, you overjoy inn,
Hit .Uiiiik Olil It h very Dlmpli'. liuyn
CJ..U ut Kditollo aud you iA- lioui" lia,ij.)'.
"Sho is lmi'lsoino that hiuuUomo
docs." Tho girl who uscj
b au ifloiboth tho hoiuo ami heiail.
T-y a cako of it in your nest l.ou.o
c!ninj5, No, 2. lOopyrlclit. Murcti, 1C67.
MONDAY to FRIDAY.
A cir will leavo P.iuoa bridge on
Nuuanu street nt H:23u m , travel via
Hebonl. Port nnd Iti'relnnla Mriielri. to
arrive at Oaliu College 8:87; pinsing
lrorust. BRIioni ti:M, central union
Church 8:85, Punahou Preparatory 8:37
A car will Ictvo Oaliu College 8.0(1
a. in., passing Piinaliou Preparatory nt
8.30, Central Union Church 8:3.3, Fort-fct
School 8:37, arrive Pauoa 8:14.
A car will lowj Pauoi bridgit on
Nuiiunu street at 1 ;3 p. in., travel via
School, Fort nnd llerutuniii ttreoK to
arrive nt Oaliu College 2:27, passing
Fnrt.st. School 2:05, Centrul Union
Church 2:05, Punahou Preparatory 2, 07.
A car will leave Oaliu Uollciru 2:30
p. in., to arrive nt Ccntr.il Union Church
at3;0J, and Pauoa 3:12,
jjSyNncash will he taken on these
nun which will hu labelled "rliidents
Only" Tickets iu packets of 20 for $ t,
or t,(X) for $'22 50, can be obtained ut
Lcuvn O.ittii College at l:10, i'unahou
fclrtul 9 :'J0 j arilve Central Union Church
9:10 lay over opposite Queen Kmuia
Leave Central Union Church 12:10.
(NorK TliU car will await lliu lornii
nuion of ika service),
Leave Oaliu Oillego O-.OI, ahead of
ordinary car expedited from I'cniuicolii
ro.ul, to arrive at Central Uniou Church
0:27; lay over oppoltu Queen Emma
Hall until leave 8 U or 0;i2. Ul Ot
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER of
1 Honolulu 'Tlio Dully Bulletin."
00 ccuts per month.
3CO'in'AGKS and Premises
on Emma slrt'et, ut a rca
eonahlr. flpurc. Apply to
J. M. JIONSARRAT,
Cartwright's Hloek, Merchant St.
FOR SALE or LEASE
HOUSE and Premies at
Iwilcl, Honolulu House
contains three lircc and two
jiiiall to una and hall and, u large attic.
Collage with three rooms on the pre
mises; conk and Imth-hoiiRu Stable
witli three flails and enrrhtgo house;
shade and fruit trees on thn preniUes.
Apply to J. M. MONSARIIAT,
Cartwright'i" Work, Murclunl St.
Cottage To Let.
on upper part of Lillbu
NEW one Ftorv Cottnce
street, containing a rooms
nicely papered nnd painted, bath room,
kite' en, nice lawn, Miudc tree;, etc.
Will be rented rcusoniible to a good ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Spoltorine. ' ,
HpIJE best remedy for
J. wounds, ulcers,
galh, proud llesh uud
sores of every descrip
tion to persons or anl-
mals. Adopted by leading horse rail
road, club aud livery subles, etc., i'u
thu United States nud elsewhere. We
are prepared to prove this statement by
testimonials and references to planters
and liverymen lu this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
IUnNlSIIED Rooms to let,
. southwest corner of
Punchbowl and Ueretanlu
slree.is, would bo very conviMilent for a
biuall family. 255 Cm
J. N. S.WILLIAWIS.
Enginoer & Contractor.
I prepared to design and contract for
all claHcs of Sugar Extraction Mucl.l.
nery. Iirigating Machinery, Eviporat.
tug Appaiatiif:, Vuciiiini Pans, Enejluca
nt all kinds and for all puipnseH, Vfttcr
Wheels Water Conduit!', I both pipes
and llumcaj, Ste.im Boilers of various
kinds, Itnilrnad Mateilal und Rolling
Stock, Elo , Etc.
II I'FILSIO.V M AUII IXKItY,
In all its brunches a Bpc Ulty.
Plantations Mipplled with Chemical und
Analytical Apparatus ot ilio very host
description to ordo'.
C3r Clnsn mention mid tnall mdors
mill atUhctio.i t tho pumlunirr gu t
run'ecd. P. O. Box UjO. Fort ttieet,
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
uud Stereoscopic Views of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc ,
iu these Islands, for sale nt returnable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
.Corner Fort and Merchant streets.
THE Merry-go-round will run at Wab
klki Wednesday and Saturday eveu.
lug ; Wednesday and Saturday afternoon
for ladles and children. The Tiannvays
will run two cars at 10:07 and three car
at 10:37. 344 lw
AT a meeting of the Trustees of the
Planters' Labor & Supply Cora,
pany held this dny, it was roted that
the annual meeting of the Company be
hold In Honolulu, nn MONDAY, Octo
br2Sth 1H.S0, at 10 o'clock u., at the
rooms of thu OhambT of Commerce.
W. O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1680. IU lw
AfW -4, -.dUi i-.
i flu&; V &. St.- 'i,JJU. i
. .I'AJ&J-. Aft'- A'-
1 TlMsnedjMtiB.'u' fc.'.i.'A. -i s
M i atLV Jiii ul ji. '1 Si& ibMh st