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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1HP0.
OAUU RAILWAY & LAM COHPAKY'S
a. m. r. M.
Leave Honolulu 0:00 2:00
AirlcMniinu:i 0:13 2: IS
Leave MuniMt.i lliliJ -l:OU
Aiilvo Honolulu 11 :-ia -lilS
A. M. T. M. I. M.
Leave Honolulu... 0:!iU l-'iuO :00
AriUu.Miiiiuiia .. 10:18 1 :lfi 0:18
Leave Mntfiiiia.... 11:1)0 1:W -1:0s
Auiu Huuoiuhl... 11:18 Si3l iit
Sehr Luku from ICobnla
Kchr Mlllu MuiiM from ICookui
ltk Coylon 15 days fioui Mtu l'mnclcoo
Am bkt&O Wilder, Griffiths, for San
Ktini' nutilti for Wainlua nud Wnlanue
at!) a m.
fc'chr Kfiulllu t for Kauai
t-clir lliiloal.idu fur ICiliulul
tiulir L hullho lor W uluii.ie
Tor Kauai pur stmr Mlkahnln, Juno
17 Mrs. W ii ltiec, Am: Dicier, ."5 K
Knlu mill wife, 11 Et'ooiper, Uol Z t
bpaldlng, .I'M s Wllllnttis lion 1 Iscu-In-ig,
llom A .S nun O N Wilcox, jir
Kiuegcl, und CO duck.
l'or sun i'liincl-co nv bktnc S G
Wilder, Juuu IS Mis 11 Mc.IIIjii. Mr
nud .Mr. li.ii to.
F8REIL1M VESSELS EXPECTED.
BktJA Fnlkcnburg, fiom l'eiu, (for
Knhu ulj duo May 7
Br rkip Ulougneld sailed fiom Liver
pool pr id, due Aug "1
Gor ok Adonis lroin Ittemuli
Gor bk 1-'iiusi, fiom New Yoik
Ilk Uuele John, from Newcastle, due
BrbMJltker fiom Loudon, aallrd Apr
1 , duo Aug L'3
T M M .- iiy of Peking fiom San
Francisco uuc Juno L'l
Am bk Ceylon, It (.mhctin, from Ssn
Frauol-co due Jun 2'.
Haw S s aus i mtu, 11 C noudleltcjrom
San Fiauclsoo, due Juno '27
11 M rf S Aliiinedii, Moise, I loin Snn
FrnuoUeo, en lou.c lo the Colonies
- duu July 3
n M b S Mmlposa, ITnywnid, from the
Colonics en louto to bau FiaueIco,
due June 27
Am hk Alrlcn ltesc. llownvd, from San
Fiauolscu (forKahulul), duo Juuu
Am tclir Anna from San FraucLco (for
Kuhulid) duo .moo 17
Ger bU Geo N Wilcox, liasch, from San
tiiu Fiuticlsco due June 21
FOREIGN VESSELS III PORT.
LT S F S ( burlcston, Ke.tr-Admiral Geo
Brown, from sun Kinnchco
II 11 W S Acorn, Geo N A Pullaid, from
E'qultnniilt, B O
Br fklp Bonowdalo, Guthrie, from
Bkt I'mntir, Dow, from San Francisco
Am miss packet Morning Stir, G F
Gulind, from houth sen Inlands
Am bk F S Thowp-on, N atts, from sau
Haw bk V.' it Godfrey, It Dabcl, from
Am bkt Discovery, D jleXvll, from San
Am bkt w 11 Dlmond, E P Drew, from
Nor t-tilp Thor, V I! Stclucit, from
Newcislo, X S W
Am tern Vnrion, J llodsou, fiom Lu
re kn, Cal
Jap s s' ajfjuiul Maui, Thos S Kondcr-
dine, iroin Yokobama
Am bK Oplilr from Newcastle, NS W
Br4-m:ist bk Omco from Xeweutlc, N
Am bk James Clicston, Plumb, fiom
Am bU S X Castle, Underwood, from
Am bk S u Allen, T Thompson, from
The British ship llorrowdnlo will
complete discharging lar cargo wlthlu
The bark W R Godfrey will sail for
gau Fr.iuelseo iibom next Sunday.
The bark Fen Is S Thompson and the
baikcuiluu Planter are expected to sail
it 'St Wednesday with sugar for bau
The American barkenllnc S G Wilder,
CnutT 11 Grlltli3, s.illed to-day for
Sau Fianelseo with 17.311 ba;s Migar
3U bugs sugar; 1023 tou3; duiuestlc
KEV SPORTING CLUB.
HaunuRin Club inr FiRhlu unit
Vitl lttluu Uiguul.oil.
There wits organized today tho
Hanauiua Club, with 28 numbers
anil trie following ottlcers: Lorrln
A, Tliuiston, Piesideiit; A. W.
Ua-ter, Secretary; U. 0. White,
Treasurer. Probably the club will
bJ limited to So members. Its ob
ject is to establish a result nt lluiu
u ma Buy, on the other side of Koko
Head, us headquarters for yachting
and (Uhing. The bay can bo reached
from town by yacht m llireo hours
with n good breeze, or by caniago
or saddle on tho public road. The
club will spend 85U0 immediately in
building and equipping a house.
Souio of thu promoteis wore down
there lu9t Saturday and had vciy
good luck in trawling. They took
three tiluas, a large dolphin, and
souio of the kawakawa. The land
for the house is leased through lion.
S. M. Damon. Tho cntianco feo to
tho club is 815 and monthly dues
gl. Members of tho Legislatures
and other notable persons tiro on
kiitppeti us loiiow.s: y , scnaeter !C o,
GUUS bags sujinr: C lirewer & Co, 0380
bans: Lastle & Cooke. 2150 bins: Tlieo
11 Itnvlna X- I'n 'IJ 1 I hnira. 'I'nt.iK 17-.
LtidAL a mtm hews.
Hf,o Court nn fourth paK"1-
OrvtciAJ, notice of nnekclioli tot
Noble for Oahu is given in this ls?ue.
Timun Fcp.ir.ilo notieeii of C'liinofii
coiinrtnerthips npicur in thi ifttici
Tin: monthly inoetiug of tho V.
M. C. A. will tnlso pl.iro lo-iin.tiiiw
A.MmmsGof itic V. C.T. U. will
bo bclil nt Y. M. C. A. Hull, ut 2:20
p. in. to-nioirow.
Mn L. J. Llvey will hokl his icgu
lar cash cali ut 10 o'clock to-moirow.
Mn, S. K, Kit'iie, tuliniiiistrator of
tin; Citato of II. IJ. Lohelatil, 1111.1 it
notice to doblore and creditor-' in
Tn:7 dtllarsi reward in ofTorcd by
if 1. 0. II. Wilson for iufoi million tlnu
will convict pertons of shonting
game hlnU in the elos-e toaf-on
Watkii ratei will be payable at tho
Wuterwutks ofiicf July lt, ten pei
cent 10 be added to Unite unpaid fif
teen days later. See ollici.il notice.
Tnr. niimeof Count W.ichlineL-tor,
for Count iizeclicnyi, wn. erroneously
mentioned, in our loc.l item of yea
tctday, when refeiiing lo tlin latter
gentleman's an hal by liio slenmer
A nttsr.VE33 mo?ling of St. An
drow'n Cathedral Sewing .Society will
lie held ut the Sunday School build
ing on Thursday, Juim 10, at 2
o'clock p. m. All nicmber.s aio ro
quustcd lo bo present.
Af engine on tho Oahu Railway
passed tho F.wa Plantution Co.'s
houses nt Ilonouliuli the firt time nt
12 :lti o'clock to-d.iy. Thu lino will
ba npcnrd tor traflic the whole dis
tance within n low days.
Tun stockholders f tho Pioneer
Building and Loan Association aio
called lo meet at Molneiny Hull at
one o'clock to-morrow afternoon. It
is understood that outsiders who feci
an inteicst in the object? of tho As
tocintion will be allowed to be pre-i-ent.
EVENTS THiS EVEIIIHG.
Services at Central Union Church,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:0.
Drill Co. C Honolulu. Rifies,
at 7 :S0.
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., nt
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Meeting Ilealani Boat Club, at
P3ESESTATI0HS AT COURT,
At 10:30 o'clock this morning
Ilia Majesty received la Cotnte An
dor Syechenyi 11. of Budapest, Hun
gary, and Cointe Axel Waclitmeis
ter of Sweden. (Their highnesses
will visit the Volcano befoio leaving
At 11 o'clock were presented to
Ilia Majesty, Mr. and .Mrs. IJ. F.
Dunning, Mii3 Dunnim:, Miss
Clark, and Mrs. Helen Mather of
New Yoik, and Mrs. E. B. Rail of
Mr. .las. W. Robertson, Vico
Chiirnherluin, attended His Majesty
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL BANCO
ncroRi: judd, c. j , :i'cru.T, Btcicun-
Wldsusday, Juno 18.
The Court opens at 10 a. 111. Tho
retiring Atloiney-General, Clarence
W. Ashford, iutioduecs his succes
sor, Arthur P. Pcter3on (as fully
reported elsewhere). Noon recess
Id: 18 p. m. till 1:510 p. in.
G. W. Macfarlaue & Co. vs. J. S.
McCandless. P. Neumann nnd C.
L. Carter for plaintiffs ; V. V. Ash
foid for defendant. Assumpsit.
Defendant's appeal from order of
Judd, C.J., nlllrming judgment for
plaintiffs. Argued and submitted.
The King vs. J. 11. Mills and three
others. Attorney-Gcncial A. P. Pe
terson and Paul Neumann for the
Crjwn ; F. M. Hatch for defendants.
Murder. Defendants.' exceptions
fiom 3id Judicial Circuit. Oi tiered
continued until July term.
J. Maim (k) vs. J. C. Kaaukai
(w) and S. M. Kaaukai (k). F. M.
Hatch for plaintilf ; W. C. Achi for
defendants. Damage. Defendants'
exceptions from order of Bitkerton,
J , denying-niotion for n new trial.
Exceptions found imperfect and oral
decKion rendered dismissing same.
Hawaiian Government vs. Bishop
& Co. W. A. Whiting for plaintiff ;
F. M. Hatch for defendants. Bill to
have detendaiits give names of de
positors and amounts of dep'osits
July 1, 1880. Plaintiff 8 appeal of
October 14, 1880, from decision of
Mr. Justice Dole, of Oct. 0, 1S80.
Deciee thereon, allowing demurrer
of defendants. Argued and sub
mitted. Hawaiian Government vs. Clntis
Spreckels & Co. W. A. "Whiting
for plaintiff j F. M. Hatch for de
fendants. Discover'. Same as
Hawaiian Government vs. Bishop &
Wuiltiku Sugar Co. vs. William
Dean. C. L. Carter for plaintiff 5
W. R. Castle for defendant. Bill
for redemption. Plaintiff's appeal
of Juno 17, 1830, from decteo of
Mr. Justice Hickcrlon of Juno 12,
1890, dismissing complaint. Ar
gued and submitted,
JDA1UX JUtOrJUDiTUM i HONOLULU, JL 1,,
JU'celiOni! ofthc ,i' .Vtioriipjipii.
bl'eiiiy On' nut Jrtel.
Tin. Supreme Com I In Banco
opened to-day's session at 10 o'clock.
Piosentt Chief Jusiicc Judd, As
date. .1 notices McC'iill,, Bickerlou,
and Dnle. Of thu Bur I licit! were
In attendance: His Excellency A.
P. Pcteronii, Attorney (JcmMiil ; Mr.
C. W. Aslifutd, reliiing Atloiney
Ueneial; Mi. Cliai. Cioighlon, De
puty Allornoy-Geneinl; lion. Paul
Neumann, Mrsii'. V. If. Castle,
F. M. Hutch, V. V Ashforil, W. A.
Whiting, and C. L. L'aitei. Mar
shal J. II. Soper and Deputy Mar
shal C. L. Hopkins alsoallended.
Mr, Ash foul hind If Your Hon
ors pIcA-ie. I desire to take the priv
ilege this morning, and it Is also a
pleasure lo me, to introduce to this
Honorable- Court my auco.,aor In
the olilco of Atlorney-Geiicial, Mr.
AitlmrP. Peleison. ' Mr. Peterson
of com si: Is familiar to the Court in
his oillcial capacity us Deputy Attorney-General
which he. has J-elil for
io era! years last past, and thu1 it is
willi plu.isiiic to iny-clf as I am
sure it must bu to all the membeis
of thu Bar mid to the Bench, and
to the community in genet nl, to see
that thoie has been recognized In
tlii- appointment of Mr. Peterson
to thU position the piiuciplc of pro
motion ; and 1 am sure that all of
hi-, fiicudrt and all of those who
have watched his career in the sub
ouliuiitu ollice of Atloinuy-Gciicinl
for lite last fuw years -.."'l concede
that the promotion lias been well
earned und that he has demonstrat
ed an undeniable eapailty for the
position to which ho lia now been
piomoicd, I do not propose to ex
lend my lemarks fuiluer, i'our
Honors, unless it be lo say tint in
taking my own personal, or rather
oillcial leave of the Court, having
been retired from t lie ollice after tin
incumbency of nearly three year"., I
desire to express to the Court my
scute of gratitude and gratification
that our telatioii3 have been as plea
sant as they have been, and to ex
press the hope that in my iclations
as a piivate practitioner before the
Court there will bu no diminu
tion of that degree of cordiality
which has previously existed.
Mr. Peterson said May it please
thu Court, I would like to piesent
my commission to the Court and say
that it has pleased His Majesty to
commission niu as Attorney-General
ol the Kingdom.
The Court, par Chief Justice
Judd Mr. Peterson, wo receive
you, or welcome you rather, to your
new position with entire cordinlltj',
and in behalf of the Court I would
like to take the opportunity of mak
ing a few observations. The Attorney-General
in the Legislature is in
one sense thu mouthpiece of the
Court. The Court has no place in
the Legislature of the Kingdom, and
the interest of the Department an
regatds appropriations of money na
turally would throw upon the Attor
ney-General the care and the duty
of seeing that they are adequately
provided for, and we look lo you,
Mr. Attorney-Geuerul, that the te
coinmcudalions that are made in the
repoit, if they are deemed wise,
shall be made 03" the Legislature;
and we look to you also as regards
the Practice Acts which may be in
troduced from time to time, to see
that they shall conform to the en
larged and liberal spirit of the pre
sent age. We also wisli to sa', that
it is always a matter of great grali
lieation to lit id that the Crown cases
that aro presented to the Court from
time to time, either civil or criminal,
have tho advocacy and the personal
efforts of the Attorney-General. It
needs only to be said that the
interests of all persons are
better subserved by tho personal
attention of the head of the
Department. Not ouly does the
Attorney-General cairy morn influ
ence willi I lie jury than any deputy
could possibly carry, but it ensures
a more responsible and faithful pre
sentation of the side of the Govern
ment in whatever case or whatever
diameter may bo hiought for trial.
And I wish to say further that
naturally Judges see defects in the
operation of our system, and wo
think that there could be some very
wise and substantial improvements
made, more especially in the previ
ous preparation of cases for trial
on Circuit. Tho funds which tho
Legislature has placed at tho dispo
sition of the presiding Justices for
tho expenses of the Terms of Cir
cuit Courts and of the witnesses In
ci iminal cases being dispensed by
the Court, the law nlllcer, that is,
the Attorney-General's Department,
does not feel go much the responsi
bility of keeping expensed down as
the Co nt does. Now if there could
be more consultation in advance
with the local ofilccrs, the Sheriffs
and the Deputy Sheriffs, so that
cases that are unworthy of trial
rhould be suppressed before thu
Circuit commences and cases Hint are
to bo tried more carefully prepared
in advance of Hie term of the Court,
we think not only the interests of
justice would be better subserved,
but large amounts of money saved
the public treasury. We welcomu
you to your new position, Mr. Peter
son, with satisfaction because yrm
have acted for bo many years as the
Deputy Attorney-General and have
attended so many of the Circuits of
the Couit. Each one of us has con
fidence in your ubility and In your
fidelity and in your patriotism, and
tliereloro we expect and feel suro
that your future career in this ad
vanced position will bu not only a
credit to yourself, but will mult In
good to thu oountij. We dsslfj
llint ourislnllons wltli tbo projcuif
ling olflccr as well ns nil members of
the Bar shall he cordial and frater
n.il, and wo desire also that there
shall bu, e'pecially with the prose
cuting officer, the Allot iioy-Oonerul,
the dlmo-ii confidence ao icgards
tho management, )artleulnily,of thu
criminal casts of the country. Tim
Judges occupy a pi-cullar position in
this country, sitting as we do in
finding iho indictment?, largely in
the plaee of the giand jury in other
counttius, and it is impoitant when
impottant cases tue being prepared,
criminal cases, that theio ehould
be the utmost confidence and free
dom between the prosecuting otlicer
and the Court which is to preside
at the trial in Mich cases.
Mr. Peterson May it please Hie
Court, I wish to tha'tik my prcde
ceosor for the kind winds by which
he lias introduced nie to the Court,
and for the kind expressions by
Your Honor in behalf of the Couit
of cordiality and good wishct. I
will say that I have taken the posi
tion feeling thai 1 wa-. hardly cap
able of filling '.lie position, but I
shall endcusor while holding it lo do
my best, as I always have done, 1
think, in all my connections willi
the Court. My relations with the
Couit have always been pleasant
heretofore, and I see no reason why
they should not remain the name in
the position I now hold. At all
oents, I shall endeavor to keep
those good relations always in my
mind and do the best I can lo stand
between the Court and the Bar and
help those good relations along.
With regard to the re 111:1 ik? Your
Honor has made as to the position
the Attorney-General holds in Iho
Legisliiluio, iliey hsivn had my con
sideration somewhat; I realize the
position, and I haM do as well as I
cnu in protecting the interests of the
Court, not only in tiie Appropria
tion Bill, hut alio in what laws it
may become necessary to pass, or in
keeping laws which would he detri
mental to tlio Court or Bar from
passing. I thank the Court again
for iu kind expressions. I would
state that I have prepared a commis
sion for Mr. Creighton as my De
puty and would now present it, to
the Couit in due form.
The CourtThat is a general
Mr. Peterson A general commis
bion. The Court- Would It require :.
special commission for the Circuits?
Mr. Peterson As the Circuit ar
rives 1 should requiiea special com
mission for thai Circuit.
The Court The Court is equally
familiar also with the attitude o'f
Mr. Creighton in his position, and
he has worked with Mr. Peterson on
former occasions ory much lo the
satisfaction of the Court. We have
no doubt that his career also will bu
honorable and successful.
Mr. Creighton I thank your
Honor for 3'our remarks.
HART&CO. TMiLICfOUS Ice Cream
kH3U0Luu7 LJ Soda t-erved nt the
Lite Ice Cream P.ulors.
OX account of 111 health Dr. .T. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E, L.
MutchiiiDOti to lake charge of bis ofllco
until liisietmii. 017 if
"VTOTICP: Is hcicby glvou that Ako, of
J-l Hanapupe, and Liu Sliaw. of
Honolulu, have this day formed acopai t-nci-dilp
under tho ityle ami llrm niiiio
of Kwong Shlng Cheoug, to carry on n
general merchandise bu.slncss iu ifana
pepo, ICaual, and leghter whereof litis
beon duly made.
Honolulu, June 2, 1S00. r.S.t nt"
"VTOTIOB Is hereby given that Lam
1 Tap iz Chang Hang l'oo. both of
ICaluilnl, .Maul, have lid-, day formed a
cnpnrtneisliip uniler the Mvluund Hun
name of Qtione; Ylek Tai Co., to earn
on a general inerchiiiiilNo Ituslne-w in
Knluilul, Maul, and register wheicof
has been dulv made.
Honolulu, June la, IMICI. ayj III
TUOTICR Is hereby given tint Bow
L ICuu & Ah Slug, both of Paia,
Main, have this day fonuri! noopirtiier
Milp under tin stylo and lhmiiamoof
Bow Keo Co., to cany on a general
murchandloe biishiPfcs and a victualing
house hi P.da, Maul, nnd icgUter
whereof haft been dulv made.
Honolulu, June lil.'lS'.'O. ,"33 .'it
HAVING be-ughl out Mr. V,'. II.
I'lige in the 'Honolulu Carriage
Manufartnry," m I2S Fort Mrcrl, I am
preimre.l to continue lh. above busineifc
uiiilur thn oM nimo of Honolulu Cir.
rlngf Msiiufiieio'v, and being au old
experlo'iecd ciniae Imi'di'r I tolicit
the pntront'.ge of my old fruniN and the
public in gcnor.il, and v. ith my thorough
Unowk'djfo of iho busdnon and wlthe..
nerienced workmen nnd using only the
heat m.ttcriil 1 guarauuc general ratls.
faction. Please cull nnd tee me before
(Signed): OIDKOX WEST.
Honolulu. I 'pi. a--'. ir"". '01 if
WIJKBEAS ,lie "mlcrslgiieil has
V T b eu appointed to bu Adminis
trator of tho Kstato of 11. 15. LnhelRiil
(k), of Moanaliia, Honolulu, decensed.
Notice Is hereby uheu that all persons
indebted to tho about estate to pay the
sums duu to thn imdei elgncd, and all
persons having claims again-! the said
entnle must pien'nt them to the under
signed within six months fiom thi dutc
or bo foi over bin red.
h. If. KA-NK,
Adinliilstiiitor of tho IMato ot 11. It,
Houolulu, Juuu 10, lfaOO. 633 il
dtlftB is; jm.
FouiiTH AIM vmm
Or" fiiK .--.,.
ifaoi Uiiriiffi Association
Spreckuls' Pal?,, KaiMiii,
JULY 4, 18SO.
1st Kjpo-"BAi; HO AD BIASES." l'urio$20.
KUN'XING. fx Mllo I)ah. Free
for all Hawaiian bled hurus.
2nd Kico-"KAUOLUI J'OIlilE." $100.
Hl'NNING. 1 Mile U.vh. Fieu
3rd Um -"WATCH KACII."
TROTTING and PACING. To
llaiuc;, 1 Mile Heats, best 3 Iu 5.
itu iic-"WAixA?u runsE." i:o.
mrXXINH. yx Mile Lah. For
.Maul bred horses
3th lla:t-"WIuUKU rURBL." J8D.
IJL.VXl.VG. h Mllo and repeat.
Fice for all iJuwailaii bred horses.
0th Itaee- 'KHIO'S I'LATE." PntwO:0.
TliOTTlNO. I Mile Heals, best i!
In fl, to haini'x For tilt hoises
without a iceoiil of 3:10 or hotter.
7th rUcc-"A3C0IATI0M I'nUGE." $100.
lM'XXtNG. lj.j Mile Hash. Freo
8th Kacs-' NOVELTY ItiOE." I'crit $70.
UUNXtXG. Mllo Dash, lfit, 2nd,
3rd quaiier, i?lo; and 4ih qnaiter,
S'i' each. For llawai'nii bred
Oth r.icc-"2ULA PUK8E." $50.
POXYKAOK. y. Mllo Dash. For
Ponies 1 1 hands or under, to carry
100 pounds and up.
10th n-.o.-"Waii'EE PUKSE." JIN.
TROTTING :iiidTUIX. 1 Mile
Heats, best a In a, to hnnn'Si. Free
1 1 Hi rlacc-"C0RI.Wt!IAH RACE." Gold
RUNNING. lMlloDaMi. Owneu
to ride; welterweights. Fieetoall.
I2ili ll.-.ct "HV.VAIIAH OOMMEriCIAUaiul
SURMI CO.'S PUnSE." sso.
TBOlTfXO and PACING. To
Harness. 1 Mllo Heat. bM a In 3.
Free for all Hawailaii bred hoioes.
I3'.h Race '-KAJJA CUP." Pjrso $J0O.
PvL'NNINtf. Hf Mile Das-h. Fiee
for all Hawaiian Ined horses.
14!li nseo-'SVIAiOHMRACE." Putts $40.
Rl'NVING. i Mile Dash. Freo
lo all Hawaiian hied horsia that
uevor ran a public raco.
15th Race '-MAUI DERBY." Putio J75.
KL'NNING. Mill- Dmh. Free
for all Hawaiian brtd 2 J ear otds.
lO'.li Ilisc "MULE RACE." Puns $30.
UUNNl.NG. y. Mllo nisli. Free
to all; catch weights.
All cntiii-K to close Friday, .Tune 27lh,
at 12 o'clocu noon, and all outraucc fees
to bo 2(1 pei cent, tiniest utiierwire spc
cllled. All laces-to bo run or tiotted under
the inlcs of tho Association.
All hoises are expected to start unless
drawn by 1L' o'clock noon, 011 July 3,
General Admhslon 23 cts.
To Grand Stiuid no cts & 81.
2 Hiir.sus A; Cariiage 82.
1 Horsii ti Carriage 51.
Horseback i"0 cts.
Quaitersticteh Badges $2.f0.
Jj. M. VJ3TLESRN",
08I lw Secretary M. Jt. A.
.1 cj Ki'v i ? vt:c n:iv 10 r i
Lx. Win. II. Dlmond,
OASES SECURITY BM1
C O A L O I L
OF HIGH TK.Vr.
LEWIS & CO.
TIIOS. M. STAKKEY
HAS been iippolnicil Agent to take
Acknowledgments for District ol
Honolulu. 0S2 3t
A. G-. SILVA,
fin ii D7 Hotel Strc.t,
Furniture, Matting & Carpel Laid
Flue UphoUterliig and IK'ddlng a epe
clalty. Juno Ui-fini
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
At A. L. Smith's, Upitalr,
Where the Bolt, tin Neatest and tho
Photographic Planus and itesldenco
Views niu taken, lhiilro t.atlsiactlon
given, and all oidcr promptly attended
fi"A resier.tful Invltailon h sentout
to tlio ladloj to c.Ul and see for thnm
sclvra. oao lai
NOW 19 THE TIME '.I-
Society of the United Satos,
Are now felling their Bonds, nud upon ea.n terms. The additional fen
titu of lustiiunce goes with eveiy Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive fornn offered by thfi '
original and progrc'sive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE,
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES VITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(7'Vom (he Xew York ,5k., April -Wi, 1390.)
The IjurKOfet TlusineHs Kvtir Trun.sncfuil by u Lii'o Asaur-
Tiie new business of the Equitable Life Asstiranco Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Dollaks. This is at the rain of iirt hunilrul millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Scjf Information clicei fully furtu-ltcd to any who will write to or call
upon thu undersigned at his oillce.
ALEX- J. CARTWRICHT,
General Aceut for the Hawaiian IsJasd.t, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-'JO
U. 11. HKxnnv, President &, Manager. John- Kna, Vice-Presldont
Codkhey JtuowN, o,eciviary & Tre. urer. Ctcii. Uiiow.v, Auditor.
HAWAEAIT HAEDWAE1 CO,,
OyjK.Sjn'rkolV S5:mU, : Fort Slr.ct. JIoisoiDln.
IMl'OUTLItS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glasswars, Crockery,
Geauine ilavilaud China, phin at'd decorated; and "Wedgcwood
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Clundolicra it !ilectolion,
Limp Fixtures of nil kinds, A complete asbortm't of Drills &. Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES i EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Cl-woUo" 3-whceied Riding Plow .t Equalizer,
Bluebeard llico I'lww, Planters' Steel it (Jooscneeked Hoed,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
P.ilute, Varnishes fc Brushes, Manila A. Sisal llopo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
MoHe, lHS.oe, JL-Iowe,
ttUBUER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, it STEAM,
Agulo Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Tablo & Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Kliot iz Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Mucbine-loaded Cartridircs,
Hart'ti Patent "duplex" Die Stock for Pipe A F.olt Threading,
llartman's Steel Wire Fence it Steel Wiro Mutu,
Wm. (J. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges
Gate City Stone I'iltera,
"New Process" Twin Drills,
nov-20-60 NculV Carri.iKO PnintH.
mS sfKjByssjfea i.j
Chandsliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Ooods,
PLXHSBHSG, TIH, COPPER AND
MS ShafiT. Iron Work.
Ettimatcs Given on DiIc'k, Iron. S'.onn k
V.'ooilan Bulldlnfji. Jubblnn
Kr.BI'M Kill! sai.i:
Brick, Lime, Cemont, Plaster of Tarls,
Marblu Dust, Who Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tllea (IsO red, white and blue;
Mlntou, Plastlu and Kucaustie '1 ils J11
vailous patterns, all kinds of Draluago
Siit" Okkicb Southeast corner Ala
kea ami Queen stieets.
Mutual - -XficTELEPHONnSoaVnill 351
Ti:.FT No. K.MforSIOOonSpreekclK
U A Co., bv Tong On Jan A Co. In
favor of Quoug slug it Co., this 10th
lUyufJunu, Ib'JO. P.iuint has been
slopped. &3l 3t
and Tin Ware !
sHBi lino R
dSBOQg ayu wv
I.. C. AULC8, aianmnr.
Fort Sti'eol, : Honolulu.
Aro now prcr-arM to deliver Ico la ny jex
of tic City.
Tlio p'lcklng and bhlpment of conntr"
ordeis will iceeuo most carelul utun
tloti. All of our Ico Is manufactured fnitu
Pint) Mountain Water, carefully nTlerod
by the Hyatt Pino Water Co. Filter,
which Is unlveirally acknowledged to
bo the bet lllter ni.ulo.
Packages of Tlutier, Game, Flrfi,
Moat, Etc., received for cold storage
in our Refrigerating Rooms at mode
12" lei for nnle at tb Factory nt any
hour, day or night, CU3 Ieo