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.MONDAY, SKIT. 16, 188a.
Nun litkullku from Maul
Stun ilka ill. i fi'iiui K iin.it
Nm lx ion, lir.stlancii, U" days
S. pi 10
Sehr Luviulu dom Knu.il
Ui ship INkdalc, Muidoch, 123 (lays
1 om h el pool
, DEPARTURES. .
SUMS Ejpieglo for Bnnnlol
Sehr Rainbow for Nht ' '
tftittr da Makec for Kupaa nt 4pm
Stun- Mokolll foi Moloknl at u l) m
Stmr Wnliiiaualo for Wtilauae uuil Wal-
almi nt 9 a in
Stmr J A Cumin us for Koolan at 9 a m
SUir Maty for llnnnlel
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RRQw7
Am bgtne XV G Iiwln, MeCulloch. for
Stmr Mlkuhala for ICuuul at S p iu
Stmr Llkclik'a for Maul at 5 p m
Stmr Lchua for aniukua at A p in
Stmr VIyu for v mil at 5 p m
iatuirWalaleilcfor tvllauea aud lluua-
lei at 4 p m
From Maul per stmr Llkellke, Sept 15
Paul Jin ret mid 2 cons. Master Alien,
J F acKenzic, rs Vibrans, U Allm.
J XV Sheldon, wife and eh Id, Master
Scholtz, Miss N Ncedham, Geo Hilnc
lniiiin, II Kulbclaui, K S Gjeitlinm. F
Rucboltz, J Foieirn and son, .1 Cowan
and son, G II Tweedle, JUs-scs Giles fa),
Sister Muriatic, Hbtcr Rchatn, J Koa
and 2 cbildren, Mrs M II Renter, Mhs
X Renter, 3 Chinese and 59 deck.
From Kilauca and iianalel per stmr
Walalcnle. Sept 15 -Dr E A Lumly, D
McMnllen, E Tierce, Mrs It W Pod
more aud child, ami 15 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Mlknhnla, Sept
16 J N S Williams. A M Sproull, Mas
ter Soholtz, Pekeffer f2), 0 L Brlto, J
F Colburu and wife, lira T G Gribble
aud daughter, Mis E Mossmnn, Miss
L Ward, II M von Ilolt, J no D)er, S M
Kauikal. H Roth, 4 natives, .1 Chinese,
and CO deck.
Pin ser Ross, formerly of the steamer
Mlkaluila, has been transferred lu the
The stmr Kaala will be laid up for
one week foi a general ncrhauliug.
The balk 0 O Whitmoio will be shift
ed fjom the Paeitlc Mall Go's vv harf to
the llsh market to-uiouow. She will
leave about next Saturday lu ballast for
The stmr W G Hall is due to-moirow
afternoon fioui vt ludwaid poirs.
Tbe Ainciiean urgantine V G Iiwln,
Capt J E McCul och, will 1. nve at imou
to-inorrow with a eaigoof sugar aud
rlee for San Fiancis o.
The b.-rkRichaid K HuinuiiMies dis
charging lier cargo of lumber this even
ing, she will s.ilou ediiesduy In bal
lat for 1'ugct Souud.
The Noiwegian tnrk Aron, Capt A
Christiansen, at lived on Sunday after
noon, ept 15, 07 days fiom Hongkong
with IOjO tons of genet al mcichandUe
consigned to e srs Wing WoTal ifcCo.
Had a, typhoon off the China co.ist, last
ing about 3 day-.. Easterly vv imls and
c.unis were ixperienccd.duriug thr lat
ter cud of the v oyagc. ' One of the Chi
nese stectage passengen died on the
voyage hither, reducing the number to
16 The At on is moored at Ui ewer's
wharf, and is expected to leave for
Hongkong ahout Octl-t.
iknhulabi ought, bept 15, 1231 bgs
sugar, 11 horses, 2 calves.
Wai.iloale brought, Sept 15, 1123 bs
Llkedkcbiought Sent 15. 50 head
cattle 10 pigs. 5 i 0 ft koa timber, and
106 pkgs sundiies.
THOMPSON' In " onolulu, Sept. 10. at
the residence of Hon. XV. K. Foster,
Nuuanu Avenue, Miss Eiulh
Thomoson, aged 39 years C months.
MNGER At Honolulu. Sept. 10, at 7
a.m., Miss, Gahana Caioline, daugh
ter of Mrs' Singer, aged 29 years.
BgyFuueral fiom the lesldencc of her
motlu r, Kitu stieet, at 4 o'clock this
afternoon. Fi lends aud acqualntanccM
are respectfudy invited to attend.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a moonlight concert this con
ing at Emma Square, commencing
nt7:80 o'clock. Following is the
March Imperial City Schlomer
Oveiture Light-Cavalry Mippe
Chorus Tannhauser Wagner
Medley Noith aud South Moses
Malanal, Mabina, Llpolipo,
If edley Reverie Beyer
Fantasia Forge In the Forest
Waltz Marlfana Dellinger
Galop ICossaek Itlde Mlllocuer
A LITTLE SCARE;
Rumors of all kinds have been
floating around town during the past
bwonty-four hours. Jt was reported
at tho Station house that there was
to be an uprising among the Chi
nese. There seemed to bo so much
truth in it that n extra guard
was stationed in tho Station hoiue
last night, Riitl the gatling guns
were placed in position. Another
report wua that the natives assisted
by Chinese were going to attempt
to release Wilcor. During the bes
sion of the Sunday School at the
Mormon church yesterday morning,
a native elder made some remutks
urging peaco and quietness, hut his
remarks were misconstrued by some
one, aud it soon went aioiind that
he had been talking the other way.
JCtiquirics among the Chinese this
morning elicited ausweru to the ef
fect that they huve no intention
whatever of causing any trouble.
They prefer to live, in peace and bo
left alone. Satin day evening a Un;e
number of Chinese who ai o leaving
on the Oceanic for China had a ce
lebration at l'alama aud bombs were
fired'in honor of the evout.
LOCAL & QENGRAL HEWS.
Mn. Justice Preston presides nt
Chambers this work.
St. Louis College opened this
morning fur u now term.
Uoiit. Kai.axU'OO gave u. lttati to
tliuviutoiiotibSliirs Siiturdny evening.
Aix the Government schools
throughout thu kingdom 'opened lor
a new toini thin morning.
Tin: Advertiser got badly In tho
"froup" overu son serpent Mini in
this n o nine's it-sue. Ah! All!
TO-.uay is the seventy-ninth mini'
vertary of tho Independence of Mex
ico, 'The Consular flags nro flying.
A w'agi gays Hint the i-carc of yes
terday was gotten up to break up the
nnli-Ohiticbe ngitution. Remember
tho fable of the boy and tho wolf.
Major J. II. Wodoliouso.H.TJ. M.Js
Cdtumihsioiier, paid an oilicial visit
to II. H. M. S. Carolino this after
noon, the usual biiluto being 11 red.
Edward, son of ICia Nabaolelua of
Lihuina, died in this city yesterday
of typhoid fever, lie was n very pro
mining youth, aud about heveutccn
years of nge.
II. B. M. S. Esi'Ikole left thi
morning for the island ot Kauai on
a cruise. Capt. II, XV. Mist, Seero
tary of tho Fortign Olllce, was a pas
senger by her.
O.vi: of our typos having taken a
holiday trip to windvraid, and his
sub" failing to report, some mat
ter intended for this issuo could not
Messrs. II. Ilackfeld it Co. arc
agents for thc'stcnniship Oceanic due
to-morrow. About three hundred and
fifty Chinese and twenty Japanese
will leave by her.
Tun steamship Oceanic will be due
to-mprrow and tho Australin on Fri
day from .San Francisco, and tho
Alameda on Saturday from tho Colo
nies en route to Snn Francisco.
Jin. II. J. Nolle of the Bearer sa
loon presented the winning team Sa
turday with a largo box of choice ci
garettes, and Hart Jt Co. presented
botli teams with two boxes of chew
T - .
Tun drivers of the Fashion StableV
and those of the 290 stand will play
a match game of baseball on Thurs
day. Sam Maey will bo the umpire,
and no hacks will bo allowed on the
grounds for the purpose of catching
ily balls in.
Miss Emily Thompson, f.ir the
pist two years a school teacher at
Kaanapali, Maui, died early this
morning at the residence of Hon. W
E. Foster, Nuuimu Avenue, The
funeral takes place at five o'clock
The boys of the United Carriage
Co. will accept tho challenge of the
Fashion Stables for a match game of
baseball next Thursday afternoon,
provided the Fashion Stables have
no other playcrb'than those connect
ed with the stablci.
The Bulletin desires to return its
thanks to the President, Secretary
and members of the Hawaii Baseball
League for their courtesy to its re
presentative throughout the season;
also to Most-rs. John W. Winter and
Gardner K. Wilder for ho kindly fur
nishing the official scores of all tho
At noon to-day Mr . J. F. Morgan
sold sugar and rice btock at his sales
rooms. The following shares of Wai
manalo Sunar Company's stock wero
sold : 5 to J. M. Dows'ett at $200, 10
at $185, 5 at $175 and 23 at $150 to
Hon. W. O. Smith. Hon. A. F. .Tudd
bought 5 tdiarcs of People'b Tee and
Refrigerating Co.'s stock at $85.
The Japanese fete on Thursday
evening at Queen Emma hall is in
aid of the charity for which circulars
havo been sent out from tbe Consu
late. One of tho rooms will be fitted
up as a Japanese tea garden. Oilier
sroncs from Japanese life will be re
presented in other rooms. An ad
mission fee pf twenty-five cents is to
be charged at the gate.
Tun boarding schools for Hawaiian
girls have opened with full numbers.
Maknwao has over 00, and Kawoia
hao over 100. Tho Kohala school
will open October 1st with Miss M.
F. Whittier, Miss E. M.. Garten, 'and
Miss Jennie Bates as teachers. Dona
tions of children's hooks or papers
foi the Kohala school may bo left
with W. W.Hall. Hon. S. tf. Castl
has just given $500 for this school.
There will ho a public mnss moet
ing in the skating link on Queen st.
next Thursday evoning at 7 :30, lo
discuss tho Chinese question. The
call id made by John W. Kalua and
W. A, Kinney and while intended
more exclusively for the natives, tho
general public including Chinese will
bo vury welcome This meeting is in
no way in conflict with tho general
mass meeting to be culled for next
Friday evening and of which dun no
tice will be given.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping class,
Harmony Lddge No. 3 1. O. of O.
F, at 7 :80.
Anti-Chineie meeting at Knighti
of Pythias loom, Fort street, at
ONLY 'cr Halloa I F. Hoax's
Oeiicions Flue flavored lie
Criam, made of the Wondlann Dairy
' eluhrntcd ("ream. KUnratit'-td to hu
positively punt althoui;li cheaper limn
anywlure-ehe.. I'ioueer Seam (Jnuly
Fki ry & Bakiry Both Teleplionm
Wo. 74. 318 St
The Final Game in the League
Tho Stars Four, Honolulus
Three plo'iriid Fio d
The final game of baseball in the
Iluwuiiau League vv.us played on
SatuVllay'aftcrhooYi "nt the Mukikl
grounds between the Honolulus uud,
Stars, The result is that tbo Stais
letlre as the Champions of 188D.
They hold the A. G. Spalding and
Hawaiian Tramways Company's
cups, and win the gold hall outright.
There was an immense attendance
nt the game. By one o'clock peo
pic commenced lo lake the tratnears
for the grounds, though the game
did not commence until 3:00 o'clock.
The grounds all round were lined
vv ith spectators and private car
riages. The grand stand was crowd
ed lu every part, even the space
which lias been occupied during
the season by the two otllcial scor
ers and the Bulletin" representative
was tilled with ladies. '1 lie. Hawaiian
balnl was stationed on the grounds
and played selections during the
game. Members of Katnehamelias,
Hauaiis and Kaiulanis,STearing black
and gold badges, were on duty, and
kept the crowd within the pioper
bounds. The play was the Uuest
that has been seen on, the grounds
this season, and the spectators were
not chary of applause when n good
play was made. The Stars must be
congratulated upon their decisive
Following is the standing of the
clubs in the league seiios:
Stars.. . . 7
Honolulu. . 0
The game was very carefully um
pired by Messrs. "W. E. Wall at the
plate and Geo. E. Boardman in the
First innings The game opened
with H. Wodeltouse at the bat for
the Honolulus. He (lied to "Over
end. 6. Lucas made a single to
centre, stole second, to third on
Whitney's out-at first, home on a
passed ball. Wliitney retired at
first from B. Baldwin. Fredenberg
reached second on Overend's muff
of a lly, but was left there, Parker
tlying tq Kinney. B. Baldwin hit
to Fredenberg and took his second
ou Parker's fumble at first. Kinney
rapped a two-haggcr to left field,
Baldwin scoring. , Chan. Wilder re
tired at fust, Overend llied to Whit
ney, E. Wodebouse hit to G
Lucas who threw to the plate to cut
off Kinney, hut the ball reached
ttiere after the runner. Wodehouse
directly after was put out attempt
ing to steal second. Score, Hoiio-
r lulus i, Stars 2.
Second innings A. Lucas and
Low retired at first from Chas.
Wilder and B. Bnldwin respectively,
Oat foul flied to Chan. Wilder..
Chas. Wilder hit safely to left Held,
got second on a passed ball. E.
Baldwin struck out. Perry made a
base hit to lelt field, Chas. Wilder
crossing the plate. Carter fanned
out and B. Baldwin flied to Oat.
Honolulus 1, Mais 3.
Third innings VT. Lucas was hit
by a pitched ball, stole sscond and
third bags. H. Wodehouse rapped
a single to left field sending in
Lucas, and was put out. in an at
tempt to steal second. G. Lucas
(lied to Kinney and Whitney retired
at first from Chas. Wilder. Kinney
and Chan. Wilder both retired at
first, Overend flying to Whitney.
Honolulus 2, Stars 3.
Fourth innings Fredenberg and
Parker were both out at first from
E. Wodehouse and B. Baldwin re
spectively, A. Lucas striking out.
E. Wodehouse, Chas. Wilder and
E. Baldwin all retired at first in
quick order. ,
Fifth innings Low, Oat and W.
Lucas all failed to reach first.
Perry struck out, Carter flied to
LoV, and B. Baldwin was out at
first from W. Lucas.
Sixth innings II. Wodehotiso
surprised himself by striking out.
G. Lucas retired at first from Chas.
Wilder. Whitno' got in a single to
left field and stole second, lie was
left tlierc, Fredenberg dying at (list
from E. Baldwin The Stars added
another run to their score. Kinney
hit to centre for ono bag and stole
his se'eond. Chan. Wilder mado a
nice two-bagger, sending in Kinney.
The outn were Chan Wilder between
third base and the plate, and Over-
end nnd Chas. Wilder nt first, lls
liolulus 2, Stars 4.
Seventh innings Parker, A. Lu
cas and Low retired in quick order
at first. -E. Baldwin filed to' Fred
enberg, Perry struct: out, Carter re
tiring at first from Whitney.
Eighth innings Oat got in a sin
gle to centie, and W. Lucas follow
ed by one to left field. II. Wode
house ictired at first froth E. Bald
win. G. Lucas made a single which
enabled Oat to score. W. Lucas,
who was at second, also attempted
to score, but nas put out between
third and tho home plate, Whitney
flied to E. WodebouBe. B. Bald
win filed to G. Luoas, Kinney ie
tired at first, Chan. Wilder got in
another two base hit, hut he was
left at second, Overond dying at
flrt from Fredenberg. Honolulu
0, Stars -I.
Ninth innings -There was inuoli
excitement as l'rcdeiiberg stepped
to the plate to commence the Ilouo
lulus' Inot chance. The batter re
tired at first fiom K. Wodeuouse,
Parker flied to Chas. Wilder, and A.
I.ucis popped up one to K. .'Wode
uouse which he accepted and the
game was won for the Stars. The
icene on the giounds was a lively
one for a few moments, hats going
up in every direction, and cheers
rending thu air. Following is the
T. R. 11 U. O. A. E.
VTodehouec, o 4 0 1 f 10
Lucas G.,ss 113 1 2 0
Whitney 2b 4 0 U,3 'J 0
KicdeUbcig, 3b. ..400 130
Pinker, lb 4 0 0 11 2 "1
Lucas A., r.f 4 0 0 0 0 (I
Low,c.f 3 0 0 1 0 0
Oat,l.f 3 11 1 0 0
Lucas, w;, p 3 11 1 SO
.32 3 0 24 19 1
T. it. inn. o. a. x.
4 10 0 GO
4 2 3 2-0 0
4 0 2 4 10
4 0 0 1 11
3 0 0 3 2 0
3 11 1 0 0
3 0 0 0 4 0
3 0 1 10 0 0
3 0 0 0 0 0
llaldwlu, B., p.
Wilder. Chau. c
Orel end, e.f 4
odeliouse, K. 30
Wilder, Chas. b.s.
Carter, l.f 3
1 C 27 20 1
By Innings. ...1 23 4 ." 0 7 80
Honolulus 1 0 100001 0-3.
Stat a loooi oo 4
Earned runs Honolulu 1, Stars 2.
Two base bits Khmer, Chan. Wlldei
Illtby pltcber-By Baldwin. 1.
Struck out l)y Knldvv in 2. by Lucas
Pased balN-i-Itv Wodehouse S.MiV"
. Time of game 1 h. 30 in.
Umpires Geo. Y.. Boardman and W,
" .'III I II llll II
A DISTINGUISHED ORGANIST.
Those persons who attended the
organ recital Thursday evening will
piobably remember that the. first
piece on Vhe programme was a
Marche Triomphale. It is a com
position of Mous. Alex. Guilmant,
a most distinguished French organ
ist. His compositions are much
sought after by organists. ' Miss
tKate McGiew is personally acquaint
ed with Monsieur Guilmant and he
made many enquiries of her as to
the standing of music in the islands.
By the next mail programmes of
musical entertainments and band
concerts given in Honolulu, and
other information will be forwarded
lo Mous. Guilmant, and that gentle
man will then be able to see for him
self that the music ''which seethes
the savage breast" will comparo fa
vorably with that of other counlrios.
SUPREME GOURT-AT CHAMBERS.
BErOIlK DOLE J.
Monday, Sept. 10.
Apana vs. Lulia. Assumpsit,
$127.50. Plaintiff's apptal from
Pclice Couit, Honolulu, whereon
August 9, 1889, judgment was ren
dered for defendant. Continued
from August 29, Sept. 5 and 12,
1889. Being heard. W. R. Castle
for plaintiff ; V. V. Ashford for de
fendant. BEFORE PRESTON J.
Kela (w) vs. Pahuilima (k). Pe
tition for n writ of scire facias. Mo
tion of petitioner to be allowed to
amend granted. "W. A. Kinney for
pluintiff: V. V. Ashford for de
fendant. CLERK WANTED.
AN active, energetic, intelligent man,
pos-essini; a fair education and
willing to give strict attention o bui,
nc0. Prefer an American, German or
Sncde who lm) been previously em
ployed In outdoor work. Address
"Clerk," P, O. Uor 410. StatinR refer,
ences and salary required. None other
noticed. 831 lw
FIKST - CLASS
Phaeton in per.
order. Apply al
' 811 tf
European Milliard Parlors.
THU ilaudBOUiefit Billiard Parlors la
the city, and fitted up In the most
approved style. Foui tables with all ihu
J. P. BOWKS & CO.,
270 tf I'rnprlewtri.
Alt. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllce and pharmacy nt Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel ami Richard
streets. Bcloutlflo'trealmeDt in ull dli
cases of domestic nnimat Orders for
plantation and ranch stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone 354,
P. O Box 320. mh.18-89
NEW YORK LINE !
AN Al Vessel will be despatched for
Honolulu tu leave New York in
all November For fuither inform nlon
apply to thu Agents,
Memks. W. II. GROSSMAN A BRO
77 & 79 liroail nt., New York City,
Or CASTLE & COOICE,
327,1m Honolulu, H. I,
vtilh-ir of tin1 I)lijet of the L iw of the
IHMlltt of Columbia, and author ot
TuMtle on iJlvoiec and Pipilty. alo
author ot Dlgeit uf Hawaiian Supremo
Court Decisions ii piepnrallon), and
Counseloi Olllee, eoinei Foil and
YleicliRtit Mreew. Honolulu, H. I., hiv
ing discontinued prnitlee hi Court, will
examine and give opinions In willing,
:i to the validity of title ami claims to
property, and 'for ihiiungc-', to. per
mmi, pioperty oi reputation oi other
wise; ami uuswci questions t law and
iticis. supporting his opinion by writ
ten sUteinouts of law an jdtidleliil deci
sions. 318 lw
Honolulu, Aug. i!7, 1889. f
Tho Recounts of Mcsma. SECINNBU
& CO. for the construction, equipment'
and maintenance of the Tramway line
and works connected therewith will be
closed ou the 1st dny of October, 1P89.
Alt pirvms having claimi agahiBt the
said firm or tluir agent under the afore
said contract are hereby notified to pre
lent them at the Above address ou or
hefu-e the said dale. Any chim pre.
scnud ifter the Sth day of October will
Iuvth to be fomanlcd to London.
Hawaiian - Tramways Co.,
TUroaxH Car Hervlcen roe fitnilcnt
an Xuuaun Jt Jlerrtnnla Win,
Not Available to the General Mile,
MOXDAT to FRIDAY.
A ear will leave Pauoa bridge ou
Nuuanu street at 8:23 a in, travel via
School, Fort and Iturclinlu streets, to
arrive at Oahu College 8.57-, -pissing
Fort.ft. School 8:30, Central Union
Church 8:H3, Puliation Preparatory 8:37
A car will leave Oahu College 8.0B
a. m., passing Punahou Proparatnrx at
8:80, Central union Church fl.flS, ForMt
School S:37, arrive Pauoa S :44.
A car will levve Patio bridge on
Nuuanu street at l:riS p. m., travel via
School, Fort and Ilerotanii street, to
arrive nt Oahu College 2:27, pnssing
Kort-st. School S.OO, Central Union
Church 2.0.t, Pumhoti Preparatory 2.07.
A. ctr will leave Oahu College 2:36
p. m., to arrive nt Central Union Olmrch
at 11.03, and Pauo::12.
BgyNo iash Trill be tnken on these
can, which will tic labelled "fctiidents
Only " Tickets in packets of 20 for $1,
or fiOO for $'J2 50, can bo obtained at
Lcnvn Oahu Collego at 0:10, Punahou
(troetiK'iO; arrive Central Union Chtiruu
H:10 lay over opposite Queen Emma
Leave Central Union Church l'J'.lO.
(Notx This car will annlt the tortni.
nation pf tVic service).
Leave Oahu College 0:0!), ahead of
ordinary car expedited from Penacola
road, to arrive at Central Union Church
0:27; lay over opposite Queen Emir. a
Hall until leavo 8.40 or 0:U2 JM4 Ot
Hawaiiai Tramways Co,
Half-hourly Servico on Bore
On and after Fiiday, Sept. 0th, thu
cars will run as under:
Leave vv harf for Punahou (via Fort
nnd Beietania streets) 0:K 7:28, 7 :S5,
8:23 a. ni., and half-hnuilv LaHt ear
B:S5p. m. Sundays the same from 0:21
Notk The cais leaving at 2.r nnd 28
minutes past the hour go to the College,
all others to Itlile Range.
Leave Rifle Raugc for Wharf (via
Beretauia and Fort) 7:30 a. m. and
houily. Last car 8:30 p. in. Sundays
the same from 8:3G a. in.
MUimlay and Sunday additional, 0:36
p. m. to Central Union Church only.
Leave Punahou (Comer of iteie
tauia street) for Ucretauia stieet. Fort
stieet and whnrf, 0:05, 0:35, 7:05, 7::t0,
8:09 a. m. and half-hourly. The lant car
at 0 :0'J p. m., aud an extra ou Satin days
at 9:89 p. m. run to Central Union
Church only. .
Sundays 8 :3'J, 0:20, 0:42, 10:09,
10:30 and 'half-hourly. The two last
ears at'J:0!) and 9;30 p. in. luti to Cen
tral Union Church only.
Leave Oahu College (For Beretauia
street, Fort street aud Wliaif) 8:00 a,
m. nnd'hourly. The last ear at 9:00 p.
in. runs to Centinl Union Church only.
tundays 0:10. 10:00, 10:3fi, 11:00 a.
m., 12:10 and 1:08 p. ni and then
hourly. The last car nt D:0ii iinu to
Central Union Church onlv.
Alterations in Nuuanu and
Fort Stroot Running.
LoavoPatioa for Wharf (vli Queon
street) 6:2 J a. in, and hourly Last car
7:2' p. in., also, 8:22 p. in. for Palamn.
Stiudflvs tho same from 8:22 a. in.
Leave Pauoa for Whaif and Hotel
(via .School and I'oit itieets) 0:37 n. in,
nndhoiiri). Last car8;37 p. in., alo
9:37 p. in. for Puliation. Sunday the
suiiiQ from 0:37 a. in.
Leave Wharf for Pauoa (via Queen
fltuct) 7:02 a. in. aud houily. Last cai
at 8:0-' p. 111. Sundays tho same from
Leuve Hotel for Pauoa (via AlaVea
and Foi t streets) 7.0 and hourly. Last
car at 0:01 p. in. Sundays the same
from 10:04 a. 111.
Note These two sen ices to Pauoa
will beduublod in a few days, when a
full time tablo wilt be Issued.
GET A limited number of Advertbe-Bt-ntv
will be hummd lu tbU Tirae
Tablo and application for ipacu should
bo nmt tu tub) Oftloa wltb out delay.
OPINIONS - OF
lew Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF TIIK I'NITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAT.
tt'rotn the 3vkv TonK Time's, June 32, 18SB.
. The Equitable Life Assurancp Society has adopted a new formf'
poicy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay wit .out- condi:
tiohs on the back.
From the Oiiicaoo Lvvrstioatok
Always ou the alert, and ever anxious to give the public the inoit'
advantageous 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 the means to liberalize life asiurauce 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.
fiom the Kkntucki HroisTEi:, Itlchmond, K.y.. .Hiuc 2J, Uif
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 tho character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their llvas forthwith.
fKroin the Botin Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract and to maintain public confidence In life assurance-
Kioin Um Pwjikic IWuf.kvvritku, San Francisco, Jul) 1, IBS!) J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation" for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders aud for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance Ita
reputation for enterprise and piogresidYfnp in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
S Eor full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWmCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Glas. J. Flail's
NOTICE of MEETING.
ASPECLAL mcotlnp of the Board of
Trinities of the Queen's Hospital
will be held at the room of the Chamber
of Comraerre, on SATURDAY, the 12th
Oetoher, 1839, for the purpose of acting
upon a proposed nmeudment to the By
Laws of the Queen's Hospital Corpora
tion. Per order
F. A. 8CHAEFER,
Honolulu, 8ept. 7, 1839. 840 Id
ANTON VOGEL is nut in oar
employ tiny more after this date.
K. HOFFSOHI.AEGER & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1RS0. UdG lm
COITAGES and Premises
O on Emma streot, at a rea
eounblc figure. Apply to
.1. 51. MONHARKAT,
Cartwrlght's Block, Merchant St.
FOR SALE or LEASE
HOUSE and I'remlbes at
Iwilul, Honolulu. Mouse
contain! three Inrae aud two
small loams and hull ami a larpe nttlr.
Cottage with three rooms on the pre.
mlscs; cook and buth. house. Stable
with three stalls and carriage house;
dhade Mild fruit trees on the premises.
Apply to J, M. MONSARRAT,
(!rtwrlght' Work, Meiehaut et.
FURNISHED Rooms to let.
southwest corner of
l'unehbowl uud ilrri-tnula
streets, would be viry convenient for a
imau lamny. 2,15 tm
J. N. S. WILLIAMS.
Engineer & Contractor.
U prepared o dctdgu and coutrni 1 for
all claMo of Sugar Extraction Matkl.
nery, Inigating vla,chinciy, Kvtpornt.
lug Apparatus, Vacuum 1'unn, Engine
of all kinds and for all purpose, Water
Wheel, Woler Coudiilti, (both pipe
and IlumesJ, Stcvm Holers of various
kinds, llullroad Material and Rolling
Stock, Etc , Etc,
1IFII MIO M.VCHIXKHV.
In all its branches a specialty.
Plantations mppllod with Chemical and
Analytical Appralus of Ike very best
description to order.
B3T Close atteotlon rld to all orders
and latUfsetlou to the purehater gua
ranteed. P, O. U0J5 590. Fort i-trest,
- THE - PRESS
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NEW Cutunder Car
riape just nniaked
and handsomely trimmed
in first claw style; must be Immediately
sold to eloae an annulment. , Apply (o
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AQkScT.
VONTAININ'G 1 large and
J 2 tniall rooms, veranda
with bathroom, dininrroora
and kitchen drtucbrd, on Kekaulikb
street, opposite Hotel gtietU Ktnt $10
per mnntti App'v nt
HAWAUAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Let.
MUTn ft A Ew one story Cottaje
GE!3m - on upper part of Lillfia
HKMB street, containing z rooms
nicely papered'and painted, bath room,
kitchen, nice Jawu, shade tree, etc.
Will be rented reasonable to a good tea
aut. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Spelterine. . . .-
rpilITbest remedy for"
X wounds, nicer,'
galls, proud flesh and
sore of every descrtn-
'-tlon to persons or ani
mals. Adopted by leading hone rail
road, club and livery stables, etc. in
the Fulted States and vloewhere. We
are prepared to prove this statement by
testimonial uud lefereuces to planter
and liverymen lu thU Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINKSS AOV.NCY
AL.VROK awoi ttuent of Photograph
and Stereoscopic Viewy -of the
must attractive oeoery, buildings, e(u.
In thee Islands, for ealr at reaonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
HConuT Port and Merchant tieu.
rpiIK Merry.go.round will run at Wa'L
JL kiki Wednesday and SMurday eeo'.,
Ing; Wednesday and Saturday aprrnooa
for ladles and children. The Tramway
will run two cars st 10.07 and Utree oars
at 10.37. 041 lv
AT a meeting of the Trustees of the
Planters' Labor & Supply Com.
pany held this dy, It was voted that
the annual tucftUng of the Company ae
hld In Honolulu, on MONDAY, Octo
ber 58th 180, tt'lD o'clock a- M., at tbe
rooms of tint Ctmbr pf Commerce,
- W. O.SUCTM.
Honolulu, Bept. 0, 1689. 848 lw
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