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DAILY MULLETIW: HONOLULU, II. I., JU2CK SIO. JW'O.
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FRIDAY, JUNK L, 1800.
OAHiJ RAILWAY & LAUD COMPANY'S
A. M. I'. M.
Leave llotioliilii imco '.':(ni
Arrive Maii.ui.i tut., L':(8
Leave M:in:iitit II :00 4:00
An be Honolulu 11: IS A AS
A. M. 1. M. I. M.
Leave Honolulu... !i:Mi L.'::iu Jliuo
ArilveMaimim... .1(1:1.'! 1 :IH :i : 1M
Leave. Mamma.... 11:00 I: CI 1 :"
Anivc Honolulu. ..1I:IS L':!!! I :.VI
.In up id
Stmr IVlc fioin JlnmaKiri
Slinr Wulale.ile fioin Kiui'il
Stmr Kiiul.i fioin Knu.it
Kehr l:i iill.uil finm Koolstu
Slim V O Hail for Hawaii :iml .M:iul :il
10 a in
Stmi' Akancit for Walanac and Wai.ilua
ill ! .1 III
StinrC It IJi-Imp for Walauae, Witlalna
anil Kool.in ill!) a in
Klmr Lehiurfor Mm mill llal.iilan at -I
Selu I,ula foi Knliala
lap S S Siigiimi Main, Kciiileidine, for
Yo!, oli. mi. i ut i- in
Stmr .la,- .Makeu for Kap.ia ut p in
VESSELS IEAVIHG Ttl-HOHROV.
KHvbUV 11 Codficy.M Libel, for San
Fi.incl-eo at Id a tu
Selu; K.iwnllaul for lCool'iu
Ki oui Kanii perstnir Waialc.ilc,.fune
L'O II V. Coeipcr.
Tor Maul ami Hawaii per tuir W (J
Hall, .Iiini' 20 For Volcano: Count
A::ee Waehtiueller, Count Audor
Scchenyi. Lieut Patch. Lieut Field.
Mi Dunning. I F Dunning anil wife,
anil Mis ChuU. Foi wavpoils: II C,
Ti cartway, Hon J 1) W'albiltlge, Mr
RurlKS MalL.il. wife and family, lions
A ami W V Homer. U Speckmimi. Col
Sam Xoul, fe.un Xowlclu, anil about
CARGOES FRGM ISLAND PORTS.
Stun Pele i:.r,o bags Migai, ami lM
battel mnlasse fioin ilanuiKii.i.
Stmr Walule.ile I'tli:; bagi Mijr.tr fioin
.Stmr Knala 201.1 lug partdv fioin
Klmr J A Cuiiinitii' .100 b ig sugar
Sehr Kawallanl ,0 b.i; lice fioin
The Hawaiian bail. W 15 Oodfr.v.
dipt Jt uihel. Mill sail for Sail 1'iaii-cl-co
to-nionou inoining with neatly
1010 toils (It .eillll.
The sti'umei .1 A Ciiimiiiii luouht
yc-teitl.i ft oui Hechi the lui-t -ugir'tl
i It! season'-, uiop.
Tins hle.uiHlilp .S.ifiniul Mam, dipt
KeniloiiliiK.', sailed lo-d.tv at about
J'.'ilU in, with L'.S J.lp.iue:u sleer.lgc
p is'ungeis for Yokohama.
Thu itmr Klnnii is due to-moiiow
luoiuing fiom wlndwind polls.
Km i me l'ri.i.r.nx:
In lust evening's edition of jour
excellent journal, Mr. Missionary is.
to the foie with "iileab" lie lias for
gotten to express. "Howls of parti
san enemies" it good, but not good
enough. "Wroiip; doing" is excel
lent about a patty kicked out, und
"A bloodhouud pui-tumi; his
prey" is line wtilinp; snul wis 011I3
wish he could catch it.
We must quote fioin our "dear
fiiund" Sir. Missionary. "It is
liahifully apparent that Ilia .Majes
ty'b constitutional adviseis are irre
concilably divided against them
selves." So they weie and retired
in bad order.
Now, "UsMissionaiies look round
for sonic heavenly example." (let
to heaven as soon as possible, 3011
ate too good for here.
Don't fight with the Aiehangel
Michael about the body of Moses ;
let the piophet rest, but "15e quick
and slip out."
War in Heaven and Hawaii are
Mr. Missionary say3 he bels his
bottom dollar the National liefoim
party "will have dissension and
quarrels." Probably, us it is not
fit for heaven, "aas, alas!"
"The Missionary paity from the
other islands did not come down
heie for ollice." How unselfish,
how good, how tine, how beauti
ful I Wo would sing its praise, but
have ciaeked our voice, so cannot
be picsent at the "love feast."
Later: "Wo have now a new
Cabinet." True again. Mr. Mis
sionary and men of jour description
killed tho old onu and are now on
their bended knees praying for the
death of this one.
You all die in your beds, and not
nno member of your clique has ever
been "convettcd" into "long pig."
You do not put youiselvcs in jeo
pardy. Some missionaries 111 e not
in accord with you, and seldom die
but by violence and ciuelty, but that
is too much for you, "Alas! Alas!"
Now Mr. Missionary, you have no
claim to the name ; wo believe you
are a hanger-on for tho sake of pap,
thi'io aie good missionaries, but
that's not you. Ami-To.miv.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X McolumtiB, purely louil inulici
Mulled to forelgu rouiitrle. S per
LOCAL fit GENERAL NEWS.
A (.1111. In lake cnie uf .1 child is
TllK liilenor Depuitliieut insile.t
lentloi.s foi wulor pipe.
Tin: band will piny 11 1 IJuet'ii
lCimiia Hall this evunin;'.
Tin: coneliiMiiu of the gienl nun
(lei dial appeals nil the foiitth pne.
Xonci: npptais in nnolber eoliiiini
11 opei ting the Mullion .Sheuatiiloili.
TllK book "S.iiiii'iiif'iMi" bus been
lo-(, und a iiwiiul is oU'eml for its.
Kivi: iMies of diuiikciuifHS niiule
up (In1 l'olieo ('i)inl iluekel this
M. A. (lONKAt.viM it Co. bine cold
nut their diy goods lni-ine- on lintel
nlieet, to . O. Silv.i.
Tin: Ksit'iitive Conimilteu of llie
H.iw.iii.111 I'idilieiil A-'Oi'ialimi Will
meet at K. of 1. bull Saliiul.iy een
ing. Tin: (Mew of the ('hnileiton's li.irgi.
write a mile coiitiailieliug the slate
ineiit lli.il llieir eb.illengi1 litis been
aeeejiletl by the Aram's eiew.
Mit. .Ins. I' Moignn will bold a
Mile nf liotf-e", bin nen, and 11 briike,
in fiont ol his miction room, (Jiieen
Miect, to-moiiow, at 12 o'eloek noon.
.1. 11. fii.ioVAY, an ugeil foieign
leident and old identity, died last
night, iteeently he bud been cm
ployed as a walehiii.iu for din'eieiit
. - -
Tin: Ministei of lnteuor, in ohedi-
eneetolaw.usiuestsiill enipomtioiii- to
make 11 full und neeuiute showing of
theii nflair-, to the Interim Hepait-
ineiit, befoie the .'list July.
Tin: I'oiiilh of July is u foiluight
fioin to-day. His ICscLlleney John
L. Stexein., I'nited Statu .Ministei
ltesidcnt, calls 11 mieliug of Aineii
oun eitioiis', at the Hawaiian Hotel,
Monday meniug nel.
Tin: noise of musical iiistiuiiients
in the Chinese Theatio lui( for sonui
time past been Mippies'ed by the
police after ten o'clock nt night. It
is Miitl that the lieenm does not jiei
mil the miisie after that houi.
Cur.vra Kcehenyi and Wnelit
meister, LiculH. Field and I'ateh of
the Chuileston, and Mi. and Mi.s.
11. 1'. Hunniiig and Miss (Jlaikol
New Y01 1; left for tho Volcano bv
Ihefteamci W. (5. Hall lo-d.iy.
li us leportetl that Pat. Hayes,
who bit oll'l'olioe Capl. Liii:eii'H cai
and escajied fioin the piiMin gang
while seiving eeiilonee, bus lately
been sentenced to M e:ii.- in I'oImhu
piisou, Califoiniu, foi highway
Tm: Joint Committee of the Me
chanics' & Workiiigmen's 1'. 1'. Union
and the Hawaiian Political Associa
tion, will meet in eoiifeicneo S.itm
dny eiening, June 21st, at tho K. of
J'. Hall, Foit htieot, to iiomiiiate a
.ni.vye.ii Noble foi O.ilui.
Tin: Steinil. Chess Club will open
I heir new clubhouse this owning.
It is on Alakc.i street, just niiikai of
the lliiti.sh Club. All the liieiubei.s
aio leipiestcd to be piescnt at the
opening, and all otlieis taking an in
toiest in chess will aho be welcome,
Kxcavaiiov hiiii been begun on
lion. C. K. lbshop's giotiml, King
stieet, for ti waiebouse to bo occu
pied by Lewei.s k Cooke. The lot
is that between the Hamilton Houco
and the warehouse, latelv built foi
H. (). Hall & Son. It wi'll be a two
story brick buidbug with a cellar.
To-iiw is the lifly-tbud annivei
sarv of the accession of (Jiiecn Vic
toria. 11. II. M.S. Acoin unilU.S,
K. S. Chai lesion aie dressed in honor
of the event. The 2Sth iiirt. will be
the tlfly-jecond iniuiversuiy of Hei
liiitnniiic Majesty's coionutioii. The
Chiiilehton died a rojnl cilute at
I'olyncsian ICneainiinientNo. 1, I.
O. O. F., at 7:.'10.
Oceanio Council No. 777 A. L. of
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
DOINGS OF HARVARD STUDENTS.
Boston, June 1. Ilanard I'ni
versity to-day witnessed the crown
ing ouliage at the hands of its un
tamed .students, yesterday's vic
tories over Yale at Now York and
Mott Haven having tinned the boys'
heads. After wild hurrahing and a
carousal last night, a band of un
known vandals stalled out to decor
ale the college and neighboring
portions of the city crimson. They
procured a huge amount of red
paint and smeaied it all over every
thing. Private houses had window's,
doors, walls and stone steps marked
in huge red letleis "Haivaul 0,
Yale 8," the baseball scoro yester
day. The handsome brone statue
of John Harvard was painted led
and its beautiful granite base mined.
The sacred , precincts of Appleton
Chapel were invaded and dese
crated. On tho beautiful mosaic
arch in Memorial Hall "To with
Yale" was daubed, and the stone
work in all the numerous halls was
similarly treated. The damage will
icaoh thousands of dollars, because
the porous stone absorbs the paint
and it has to bo chiseled away. The
Faculty aio furious. They have
shut down 011 all fiituio intercolle
giate contests and are seaichlng for
the culprits to expel them and tin 11
them over to the police. The stu
dents have called a muss meeting
a lui to denounce the vandalism,
fl coin Honolulu Dlocc-aii A!a.ilue.
The summer aeatioii of Iolaui
School will commence on Friday,
July 18, and continue for acen
weeks. A new term will uomiiieucu
on Monday, Sept. 8.
The summer vacation of Christ
chinch Family Boauliiig School, Ko
alakeku.i, Hawaii, will commence
on July 18. Chlldien fioin other
islands can leave by the ("5. Hall
on Thursday, ,Iulv'l7.
The resignation of Mr. C. II.
White left the post of organist at
the Cathedial vacant on .May 1st.
The Uector being happily able to
full!! the dulic) of organist as well
as those of precentor, the musical
accompaniment of the services has
suffered no interitiplion during the
St. Andiew's Cathedral Sewing
Society will hold a sale of woilc on
Thin sd.iy, June 2(1. The proceeds
of the sale will go to the lediietion
of the Cathedial debt, to which the
Society is bending all its energies.
The cause should commend itself to
all who hae ever woishippcd within
Tin- Sanctuary of the Church of
the Holy Innocents, Lahuina, has
been much enriched by new hang
ings, the material for which was
purchased by the Kev. W. II.
Haines in London. The high pitch
ed roof of the nave has been under.
ceiled, thereby rendering the build
ing cooler and improving its acoustic
properties, as well as giving the in
terior a more lluished appearance.
The chief part of the expense of
these improvements has been met
by local contributions.
The latest addition to our collec
tion ol Fnglish as she is printed, is
copied fiom a label on a bottle ot
"Br.hT Ui.ii Wivi.s.
"Weak man, ami one who is not
mi haul of his utoniaeb, and who no
tice foi his health eer, must use this
"ISOS Ficneh Manufactured.
'Most excellent old gienp wine."
The prosperity of the Japanese
who have emigrated to Honolulu
seems to have engendered a spirit
lor gambling and drinking. The
Japanese press states that the lead
ing Japanese residents have written
to their Consul lequcoting that steps
be taken to expc-l those individuals
who aie scarcely sustaining the dig
nity of their race. Japan Gazette.
I'niii:h Siaips LniAriov. 1
Honolulu, .Tune !i0, l.s'Ju. J
CITIZLNS of the Cnited States ro-l-dent
heie, who wish to celebiate
lu an nppiopil.ito maimer the coming
nimiwwuy of the Independence of Hie
United State. Julv 4th, aie Invited to
meet at the Hawaiian Hotel, MONDAY
i:Vi:NlX(I..Juiie2.1nl, at S o'clock, to
make the iiecusarv aiiaiieinent.
ns-iat .10HXL. ,vn:vi:xs.
rm:m: will be a meeting of the V.p
L otitlw Committee of the Hawaiian
Political Association, on SATCJtDAY
CVKXIXG, at 7 o'clock, at the IC. of P.
Hall, Foil street. A full attendance Is
"'S.1 It Clialiiii.111.
rTM-N dollars rewind will be paid for
JL lnlonniitlonili.it will eonxlci any
per-ou of shouting game birds hi the
elo-e -easou, inoie parliuil.iily the pei-
sou or peisons who liot ducks at thu
Tantalus Ponds l.iM Slllidav. tilth hist.
C. II. WII.SO.Y.
Honolulu, June IS, Is! HI. ;.s,i ;it
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
MOTICT. I lieiobj given that at a
.L meeting of this Aoulaiion held
this day, the Cliniler of. Incoipoiiitlon
was accepted and pur-mint llieieto the
following board of Dheetors wnu
Cleo. K. Ho.iichunn, S, 11, Jo-p,
Ceo. V. Smith, W. A. Ilowen,
.1. II. Fisher, J. M. Dowert.
A. V. ltlLhaid-on, Henry Smith,
Tlieo. F. I.nnlng,
IIoiiolulu, .pine 1'.), ISUO.
The object of the Afs-oeliition Is to en
courage salines, and heme building
aiming Its ineni'bcrs by uiifoiUng regu
lar nionilih deposits and loaning them
to Its iiieuilxi to assist them hi acquir
ing, and impioNliighoiucsof their own.
Its ineiutiei 111c the only stock-hold-ei,
ami all piotlts aillug fioin Inlei.-I,
incnilum-, linen, etc., aio divided among
its members, which makes it the mot
deIiable of sa ing Institutions It I tho
most desb able soui eo f 1 0111 w hleh to hoi
low, a it loans at a lowiate of Intcic-it
upon easy terms of monthly payments,
and all delilng to beeoino uiembers
should make Immediate, application for
stock. TiiKO. P. I.ANhlXfi.
.IS 5 aw Secrntaiy.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB,
I rpilK following nominations will close
lime till, Ib'JO!
Futurity Stakes ol 1 892 Foi Hawaiian
In ed ' ) ear old. A Sweepstake of s.10
as follows: f' 011 N'oinliialloiu bin
Jauuaiyl, lS'.U, i.() Jul) 1, 1H!M, $".
Jauuaiy I, Ib'JJ.
Hawaiian Deihy of 1893-1'or llawalluii
bred :i year old. A Sweepstake of 9 100
IIH folliiWAi f?'l Oil Xoiuliiiilloii, 910
J.iinuirv 1, 1801, 8LM) July 1, lmu, SJ.1
Jaiiiiuiy I, ls'jj, yto Jauuiuy l. lsji.i,
fi'o Id Seemliiry.
A 1.1, Deloglle.s to the ? tiiiiin ttlltg
. Coineiulon yf the Itefoitn P.uty
sue lieteby iiotlili'd to aliend a tin etlng
Old Armory, Queen St.,
Saturday, June 21st, 1
AT 7:!) OCI.OCIt 1". .If..
Foi the piupfnc of nominating a Can
did ite for Noble to till the vacancy for
the iiiic.vphcd term of si. s years e i'ueil
bv the reilguatton of the Hon. J. A.
T. C. POKTint.
.IS I !lt Ch.ilriimii.
Siilo of Fiuss'y Articles 1
rjMIKKi: will he a Fale of I'aney Artl
H. eles, chletlv Hawaii in, at'tjueen
r.niiua Hull, on ritlUAY. .lulv 11.
1"1MI, foi thebenellt ot that institution.
Ijefjeshiiii-nt? will be eicd. f"s til
rpWO IJrljrht and J'olite Young .Men
I. to woik on the swltohboanl ol lh
Mutual Telephone Co. Apply to
c. o. hsokoi:k,
A LADY well qualllieil In housekeep
ing will be glad to bear of a lady
dLvhiiif? a substitute housekeeper for
four or live weeks. Highest leferenees.
Addles. "D,' Itn.t bun Olllee.
A Competent (Mil to take euro of a
child :i wars old. und m do nin
hoiifertoik. Must come well iceoiu
lueiided, Applj to
Mils. A. .1. ('AUTWKICHT. Ji:..
M.ikll.l, oppo. It rc1i.ill ijrouml.
AGHtL to do light housework anil
to look after a couple of cliildien.
None without being well lecominended
need apply. Cull on Mis. 0. 0. Merger,
corner liuietanl i ami Pini'ibou streets.
OX account of 111 health Dr. .1. M.
hltiiej h.ib apimluted Dr. L. L.
lliitehiiisou to take charge of his odlce
until his letiirn. 517 if
I WILL not bo responsible for any
bills aguln-t the Steamer "Al.ii
uiiil'' utiles. lueiiiHil bv inv written
oider. G. P. CASTLL.
Honoliiln. .Tumi 7. ISUO. r.7.1 tf
NOTICL i heieby -iven that Al.o, of
Hanapope. and Liru 'jlmw. of
Honolulu, haw this d.iy funned a copart
nership under the style and llim inline
of Kwong Shlng Cheong, to eanvoiiii
general nicicliaiidlse IiiUtues. In llaua
pepe, lCniial, and leglster whereof ha
been duly made.
Honolulu, dunei. lS'JO. iHtP.t-
NOTICL Is hen by given that Lun
Tap te Cluing Uiuig Poo. both of
Kaliultil, Maul, h.re this day formed a
eopaitnersldp under the s"iu and Una
name of Quoits Ylel; Tai Co., to cm ry
on a general meiehandisc husine-, lii
Kiihiilui, .Maul, ami leglster wheieof
has been dulv made.
Honolulu.. tune la. lco. ,ls;t:tt
"VfOTlCi: Is heieby given that How
1 Ken & Ah Slug, both of Pali,
Maui, hae thlsdaj formed a cop iilner
shlp under the -,tlo and linn name of
How Ki-e Co., to ciury on a general
nieiehamllse biisine,s and a letiiallng
house In P.da, Maul, and leglster
wheieof has been duly nride.
IjonoluhiJuiii) 13,"lS!iO. .Islt.lr
TVTOTIOr. is heieby glwn thar Mr. T.
X. .1, Kin:; has been -appointed man
ager of the People's leu it lfcfilgcr.it
lug Co. '1 he olllee of the Company Ins
been moved to the olllee of Ch.is. 'J'.
Cullek, L( its Merchant stieet. Mu
tual Telephone Xo. KW; Jtull Telephone
N'u. HIS. (i. P. CASTLL,
Seeielito P. LA H. Co.
Honolulu, Juno Hi, Ib'.ii). :,si .It
ALL chihns against the "Honolulu
Dairy" to .1 line I, lbOO, must bo
left at the olllee of J. A. Magoon within
UU days f i om date. Mossi. lluwcli.it
.laeohseu aie aiithoiled to collect all
bills due the ' Honolulu Dahv" from
May I, IsOO.
Honolulu,, Tune II, Ih'.Hi. r,-0 t(
H AVISO bought out Mr. V. II.
Paue in the "Honolulu Carriage
Mann factory," at 12S Fort Eliiit, Iain
prepared to eoiitinuu the abow husiness
unilut tlm old uiiiiu of Honolulu Car.
rluge Manufiietoiy, and being tm old
experienced uuniiigo bulhler I solicit
the ipHtioiiaye of my old trieuds and the
public in general, am) with my thorough
lcnowlcdyu of llie biisinuss and with ex
iicrieiu nil workmen and UHlng only the
bent mat rial 1 guaraniie tcoiicrul satis
faction. Please cull ami slu n.e belore
(dlgncd): 01DKOX W1CST.
Honolulu. f)et. ttH, ISH'.l. 1111 if
VrrilLitLAS thu iiiiileisigned litis
VV In-en appoiiiled to be Aduibils
tiatorof the Lstatit of II. H. Lohelaul
(I.), of Mo.iiialiia. Honolulu, deceased.
Xolleo s hereby uiwii that all person
Indebted to thu above estate to pay the
sums due to tho undersigned, and all
pel sons having claim against the said
estate iiiik piesent theni to the under
signed within K mouths fiuui this ilale
or be toieier baried.
S. K. ICA-NL.
Adinliilstrntor of tlm JNtate of II, II.
Iliuioliilii, June Id, mQ. uM it
FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING
lliiiii Ilacins Association
Sprccktls' Park, Kaliuliii,
JULY 4, 1890.
OJ'Kiot i. 'rto;.vn.in::
1st naM-"IUILK0ADBTAKE3." l'tt:3j$25.
ItUXXlNC. i4 Mile Dash. Tree
for all Hawaiian bred horsej.
?si Itac-"KAnTJI,UI rURSC." $100.
ltt'XXIXO. I Mile n.ili. Free
3M Hm-.-"U;iT0H KACIk"
TltOTTIXO and I'AClXtL To
Hainc. I Mile Hetitji, best S hi 0.
4tli Ew-"VAIKAPU PDRSIk" $30,
m 'XX I NO. ( Mile Dash. For
Maui bred hoi-e.s.
cth nRco-"w.iLu::u ruEBik" $co.
KUXXINO. '. Mile and repent.
Fiee tor all Hawaiian bied horsiw,
Cth Race- 'EtNCl'3 PLATLV Purse $50,
TliOniNG. I Mile Heats, best 2
In tl, to luu m , For all hoiOft
without a icioid of y :Hi or belter.
7tt Kf -"AaS00lATlt)M l'UHQE." $100.
nUNXINo. P. Mile Dash. Free
8t) Ewe-' K0VEI.TY UA0T1," Toko $70.
KCXXIXO. 1 Mile D.hIi, 1st, 2nd,
.'lid iii,utei, ill: ami Ith quarter.
W.I ejeJi. For Hawaiian bud
OtL Kacc-"EULA rU23E." $50.
POXY HACK. '., MileD.i-h. For
Ponies 1 1 hind or under, to e.ury
100 pound and up.
10th Racs-"WAIIIE rUP.SE." $.
TUOTl'ING and PACING. 1 Mile
Heats, Ir-l j lu It, tohnnie?. Free
ll'.li naco-"COniNTIIIAN RACE." Cold
JtCXXIXCr. IMllr-Dash. Owner
lollde: wltervNelght. 1'reetoull,
I2l!i flace "HAWAIIAN COMMEHCIAL and
SUGAR CO.'S PUflSE." S50.
TOOTTIXO and PACIXG. To
Harness, 1 Mile Heatc, best '-' In 3.
Free foi all Hawaiian hied liorses.
I3lh Ra:s--'MANA CUP." Purso $J00.
HCXNI.VO. llf Jlik-Da-sh. Fiee
lor all Hawaiian hied horse-:.
14th l!acc-"MAIDN RACE." PurtaStO.
UFXXIXO. .. Mile Da-h. Fret
to all Hawaiian hied Iiuim. that
never i.in a public lace.
15lh Raw "MAUI DERBY." Purio 575.
JUJXNING. 'r. Mile D.ish Free
fur all Hawaiian bred Si ear old-.
IGlli Race "MULE RACE." Pur t30.
ItCNXIXO. j Mile Da-Ti. Free
to all: eatih weUdtts.
All entile to elo-e Friday , June :7lh,
at 1l o'clock noon, and all enhance fei'b
to be L'0 pel cent, unless olherwlso spc
eilieil. All ra e to bo run or trotted under
the inlei of the Association.
All hoi-os aie e.spected to start uuless
drawn bv 1L' o'clock noon, on July .'1,
General Admi-siou .'. 1." ets.
To Grandstand ,10 us. A" 91.
-'Jloiscsit Cm lingo 8'J.
1 lloro ite C.u i higo gil,
Hoi-eback .10 ets.
Q.uti tersti etch Jl.rdgi i-2.0i).
L. M. YETLESKN,
Isl lw- Seeretarj' M.Jt. A.
L. Win. II. niinond.
O O A L O I L
OF HIGH TLsT.
LEWIS & CO.
T1IOS. 31. STAIUvEY
HAS been appointed Agent to tako
Aekiiowledgiiieuta for Dhtrlctof
A. G-. SILVA,
t6 A. 07 Hotel Street,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Fine Upholstei lug and Ileddlng a spe
cialty. June lti-ilin
Mrs. r.l. J. RAMOS
iw Pliflloirajliic Gallery
At A. L. Rahk'i, OpntAlrj.
Wl.cro the Beit, tho Neatest and tho
Photographic Pletuies and Hejideiieii
View u aie taken. Kutlio satlslaeltoii
given, ami all oulersjirouiptly attended
L3fA respectful Invitation i nent out
to tlie ladles to eill mid hen for them-
I gcWi, OSO lm
NOW IS THE TIME !
she Emmie Life k
Society of the
, Ate now M-Iling their UontU, and upon
ture of insurance gocu with every IJond.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
oiiginal and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, A " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the Xcic York Sun, April -Uh, lS'JO.)
The Largest" Business Ever Transacted Iy i Life Assurance-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
Yoik for tiie Hist quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Hollaus. This id at the rate of (wo hundred millions of assur
ance far the year, and U unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JJQsrln formation cucci fully furnljlted to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at Ins oillce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
(icncral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Absuranco Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
E. li. Hr.Ntmv, Pieoidcut A Manager.
UonruKV lluowN, Secrmary ,, Treasuier.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
llo. Hii'iscltcln' 5J:mli, : fort Street, Ilonotnln.
I.MPOKTLltS and DEALERS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Olasswara, Crockery,
Gamine Havilaail China, plain and decoratod; ami "Wedgcwocd
Piano, Library .t Stand Limps, Chandeliers & Llcclolicr?,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assoitm't of Drills & Filey,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazelle." Il-vvlrcelcd Hiding Flow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Iticc Flow, Planters' Steel & Goosenecked Hoc,
LARD, OV LENDER, KEROSEXE, LIXSEED,
P.iinti, Vivnii-hei fc Urushe-', -Manila & Sisal Rope,
I1AXULES OF ALL KINDS,
Hone, Ho.se, Hose,
RUDDER, WIRE-ROUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table .t Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot &. C.ipf, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridge,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe .t Bolt Threading,
llartman'a Steel Wire Fence & Steel Wire Mat,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges
Gato City Stone Filter,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nov-2tt-S!) Ncal'is Carriage Tainty.
iwu-i'i uumnFrwi i timi ii m imp h
G-ranite, lion and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and PJJBBER HOSE,
Housq Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIHG, TIN, GOPtfEB
Shest iTon "Worlr.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor & Baihler.
Esilmfttct Given on Orick, Iron, Slo.io h
Viooilen Uuildlngs. Jotblnn
kv.ki's ron si,r.
Brick, Lirao, Cement, Plaster of Paris, I
Marble Dust, Wlie Lath, j
Pnllfnnnli Wnnlh Bonrh A Qint.i fmi I
umuuiuiu uviiu uuuwii x uuuiu uiul
Quarry Tile 0x15 red, white and blue,
Mlnton, PhiHtiu and Kucaiistle 'llles In
various patterns, all kinds of Diulungo
Voir Orncx Southeast corner Ala
kea ami Queen Ftieetn,
Mutual -xjajTELEPHONESrJJTHH 33J
I Q VOLUMES Encyclopedia lliltan
XCi nie.i, Moiocco bound, lu good
eoiidlllon, never ued. Apply at this
c-lUce, 57 tt
easy terms. Tito additional fea
.Toiin- V.sk, VIce-l'iorililcut
Ckcu, Hiiown, Auditor.
L. U. AUIXC, MnoAKor.
Fort Street, : Honolulu.
Art) eow prcpareJ la deliver lev to any yit
cf th Ulty.
The packing and Milpment of ovimtr
onion will iceelve moH earehtl atten
tion. All of our lee U manufactuicd from
Pure Moiintalu Water, v.mtftillv HltcnVX
by the Hv.ilt Pino Water Co. Filter,
which is universally acknowlcdgi.! to
ho the best llltor made. '
Packages of Butter. Came, Fish,
Meats, lite, received for cold storage
in our Refrigerating Roonu at inode
tCS leu for cilo at the FactorV at onj
hour, day or night. ooa lm
Union See Co.
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