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SS Austialln, 11 C lloiulleltc, 0- days
fl'OIII Sail KI'.UU'Im'U
Stinr I 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 Iron) Kauai
Stmt Wiilitlcale fi nui Kauai
Ic M SS Mmlposii, llavvviud, from Urn
CoJOlllt'S (Ml lOlltl! t( S.III FratlCt?CO,
Stint- J It Bishop for Wahinae, Waialua
' mul Knolau at '.) :i in
Hfmr Kuala fur Waialua and Walnnne
:it " )) in
, VESSELS LEAVINBTO-M0HR0W.
I'.JISS Mariposa, llajwaid, lor S.m
From San Fraud'co perS S Australia
lime 1:7 W II Bailey and wile, Wll
Bailey, jr, MKs Minimi II Bailey. Mrs
I'.f-slf Mimics mul 'J chlldieti, J fiar
tnim, Mi'n.HJ Batcham. .Mis ItuU--",
Miss Bales, F HIiUmiII. M1s Etlle
Illrrisall, Mr Galen Hiudell mul wile,
Miss I'urdell, J?ev W V Ca-e mul wife.
(i W Dickey, L S Podge, IX A Eddv mul
w Iff. Chas I-oier. Jml-'j llumvcll, M
llviniiu. Miv Kiii-. John l.htlulleld, 1!
V l.ov.'limd uml wife, A J Mlli-liell. T IC
.Mooiv, Sf mul II l'u.-t. Cliff l'lillllps.
Mm I NT l'ortur. ftoorc Ho-, .Miniiiet'
Sclmiiti. Mrs .J M Sim fur. ( laiis hpiock--lt,
tv ami 3 toiv.int!., MIsa prcukcN,
)no II gli'lllnq. Minor Mom.-liill, MUs
Violet Wliitnuy, Dr. r M Whitney mul
Mlfe. Hov A (j Wiilkup, .1 Wllrook, mul
From Muni ami Hawaii per stuir AV
O Hall, June -27 I'rom Volcano: Count
Anilor .-'oclitMiyi, I'oiiut Am:o nclil
uiuUtur, Mlii 11 .M Nowk'lu,LUniti 1'ii'lil
mul l'ateli, MW"c Claik anil Dunning.
From waypnils: llilit cv Hhhop ut
Honolulu. II Killed. ! !' Alhnlt. Hon
W 11 Comwi'll, MM ICHIeh.u.lsD On
eraii(l family. It Patton. .1 Mierwood,
INs Sinipion, Airs Dunning, S Xow-
lein and wile, linn .1 Kmiliane. -I lla
U'allilli, mill :il) dork.
Fiom Ivaiiai peryttur Vai.ileale,.lune
27 Hon 1' Ienl)Ci!j.
BARCOESlKOM ISLAJuT P0I1T3.
.Sliur W IXinll iu:i." b fciiKiir. i0 lig
awn, mid l'JO p tckagei siuIj f rom
Maul and Hawaii.
Stinr AValulealc li.'tlli) ls hiignr from
Stinr Knnla COOP ls siijjar from Kauai
H SAustrallu. II C Ilotidlette master,
tailed from rian KraucNwi Filday, .June
liOtli, at noon, wllhfiL'L'iililu mid bU stee
r.ige pasenger-i. Freight : 1,1107 tons
of general ineiehamlUe. Importations:
.0(J gallon beer, 4-100,000 tieasiner
conolgned to lihsliop it Co, and ;i 0
t t-lclies eonsigried to Dr. Trousseau,
AVeather: JStiong X 1J ;i:ules with
heavy following s,.u nod stiong swell
the entire voyage. S S Au-tiiill.i sails
lor Sun Fraiielseo July Rtli, ai noon.
Arrived Juno 10, bktno Amelia, L'O
il ivs beiiee.
fjalleil Juiie 13, brgt J D Sprr-ckul,
Kiihiilul; 17, bktno Qulekstep.Tlbbett-,
Illln; 18, brgt V G Irwlu, Honolulu.
Nuw Yoik June 17, nailed bk Waku
H0WAT'IMVAU.,-At Ihueka, Califor
nia. Junii 'J, by llcv Ilalu Thwii
mjiiiI, lames J'one llouatt of Kit
's reiiiu aim timiy aiiimukiu nmii
'J'lie Hawaiian Hand will give u
public concert at Hie H:wniinu Hotel
this evening nt 7:1(0 o'clock. The
following is the piogfainnio:
Overture-Borlln Life ConrniU
M ai eh Uien1 AViiRner
Fantasia A w.ikenliy; of the Lion. . .
Uenilui'srenciN of All Niitloiw.. Godfrey
lloohono,, l.lhlknl. Ohele.
Mediev Xotth and South Tolmnl
KehottUehe Down Weal .MeGinty...
Quadrille Madame Angot I.eeoeij
' Hawaii I'ouol.
The Itiiipoea lias armed fim
tho Colonies, and will mviI jm-San
Piuncibco to-morrow at 12:S0.
Tin: exhibition at Kawaialino
dliuicli laut night of Kamohnnielm
.School wiih excellent in ovety in
upeet. 'J'lio coiicouitfo of pepplo wan
no great that it wiisililfiotill fur llioto
who. came lalo een lo gut a ii:w
f loin the door.
Tilt-: Aiiidralia luih hriiught the nuI
iiitelligonoo of the duxjli of Mit.
Julia M. Dainoii, leliet of Hie late
Dr. S. C. Damon. It uppcuri that
Miu had hei aim fraetuied in an ac
cident, and .siieoumbf'it in tho opciu
tiou of amputation.
All Veil and All On woie hied in
the Police Point lliin nioiiiing for vio
lating the law agaiiiHt obtih noting the
ritreet. They weionceuseihif kicking
ii bucket into the utreel, from the
Chiiieni lmp ut Hie Jlltlu K.ingc,
wherelij'ii tininwavH leam was flight'
eucd into iiinniug away, capping Ihe
death of ii hoie vahied ut 'fllOO. P.
Neumann ncBibtcd the pron'Ctilidn,
uml V. It. CiiBlle coudllcKid the de-'eiiMi,-
'Ihe defcuilanU Weio tlii-(ihttiijoil,
LOCAL & QNAL HEWS.
lU.vn .coiieeil ut Hie Hawaiian
FlillHIl fion-n oy.xlcis on i'je nl the
Hawvh.vx Council, A. ii. of II.
will meet this (veiling.
Tin: inxpietoi of I lie let pueinel,
1th (listliet, have it notice elsetthuie.
Tin: Auttiulia will mil for San
Ftancieeo on S-utind.ty, July 5, ut.
I'lMtHKii Kd. A. ICcil is Iliiitil.'Pij for
San Franeifeo piipeiri and oilier
It is thought that the V. S. S.
Iro(UoiH now at Marc Island will ho
(IminiToiiH of the Ihiwaiiiin Pncliic,
Cabin Co, ut u linked to pn mmiI ehiiins
to V. O. Smith.
Til !.!.: of live IllOlllhs' xl.'iudillg
on ill; Itfllie 'IV in pit of 1'itftliiuii ale
to gd to a colleetor.
i i - -' i
Tiik steanier Wiuiu.iiihIv wilt nil
foit. U'liianue mid Waialua .it '.) a. in.
Mondays and Thursdayr1.
Tm:iu: in a cholera epidemic in
Spain. The Paris Utilise m depreed
liv fear that il will lcaeli France.
Tin: 'ilell Telephone Ca has put a
(elcphouG in at Kaliuku Kanch, throe
ami a half miles tiom Kaliiiku plan-
... . -
C'ji. Clans irccl;uls ha.s mi ioil
to take a hurt period of iest on the
islnntla. Jlo is acconi pa tiled bv his
wife and daughter.
Til vr magnificent lieulcy Itegatta
)lt'.ieino boat, lately dc.-'oiilied in
the.se eoltiiiiu-, will ho mlil at auction
by L. J. Levey on Monday.
Jh:,i, Woodworth, .who caused the
scan' in Oakland with liei prophecies,
has been -loiiid by n liiiib two nigbtrf
in her "go? pel tent" at St. Louis.
A Pi:.Kipl'Mt. Slias(a,Cal.,basdis,ip-pcan-d
into the craler, atattliug peo
ple of the adjacent cnuiitiy. It is
Mippo.sed theje in icnriwid voleanio
Tun Aiheilii-cr t-ays. the Fiench
.steel ci niter Dubouidieu, 1(5 giuiH,
Admiral Heguault de I'emcsiiil, is
due ut thi.s port about July Lit fiom
Oliiua, eu.touto to Tahiti.
Tin: Hoard of Health lias been ic
orgauicd, accoidmg to an oflieial
notice, by the appointment of J. O.
(Jailer and A. P. IVIitmui in place of
I,. A. Thurston and S. M. Damon.
Stanlkv has accepted the (lovei-nor-CieneralHhip
of I lie Fiee Congo
Slate. Af'ler lua niairiuge hi: will
spend hiti time in the I'uited StateH
till he li'uVr-.-i fot bin new dominion in
Tin: funeial of the lite Harry
Auhl will take place Sunday after
noon, June 'Jth, fiom the Itoman
Catholic Chinch, nt 4:30 o'clock.
Fiiendu and relatives nic cuitlially
invited to attend.
Two native men aie in custody
for killing the wife of one of them,
in a house at Kapiolani Paik yester
day evening. Coroner Hopkins will
ende.ivoi to hold an inquest on the
victim this afternoon.
JfWJK Hickei ton heaid, yctlenlay
and .to-day, P. K. Williams vh. The
Pantheon Stables, and reserved deci
sion. It iv a case of dainageH for a
hui-fo killed in a fcheet collision.
Creighlon and Peterson for plaiiitill';
Hatch for defendants.
Tin: engagement has been an
nounced of Miss Kvu Neumann,
ehletit daughter of Hon. Paul Neu
mann, to Mr. Alfied Fowler of L( n
don, junior member of the linn of
John Fowler it Co., of Leeds and
London. I Advertiser.
mo.no the most conspicuous ob
jects on the Hte.imer Aushalia when
she arrived, were tho heads of tlnee
ostriches pcciing aloft out of high
boxes. Tim hirdH, one inalo and two
female, belong to Dr. Trouss-eati, who
intends going into ostrich raising at
MoNSir.t'ii A if ied Houle, His Ma
jeijty'a Charge d'Aflaircs at I'm is,
Prance, wan thin moiiiiug decoralod
at lolani Palace by His Majesty, as
(iiand Oflieer of the Jtoyal Older of
tho Crown of Hawaii, for especial
Mil vices rendered this country in
connection with the Hawaiian lCxhi
bil at tho Paris Exposition last jvar.
His .MnjcRty wad attended on this
occasion by his Chanibeiluin, Col, tl,
Mrt. Allen llutchim-on has a new
woik on view at King's ail .store,
being a Miiall bu-t in clay of a g'ul
seven or eight years of age. Il is a
likeness without any ideal cmbelliiih
incut, and tho mtist lias succeeded
in making it a, lifelike object. The
subject is an Kuglish blonde type,
willi a saucy expression and it roguish
smile, Pidfuse iniglets fall over the
neck. The woik nivcaln aitistic
finish from every point of view. It
is enclosed in a glass case; and the
soft clay ellecls aie expected to be
II ih Majesty entertained Moos,
Houle, II. M.'s Charge d'Allaires at
Pans, at hieakfast this morning.
Pieseul: His Majtinlv, Hon. '. C.
Dominis, Ilun. A S. '('leghorn, His
Lxccllojicv John A. Piiunniiis (Minis
ter of Foreign All'aiis); .Mous. A.
Houle, Col. . S. Spalding, Col, C.
W. Maefailane (His .M.'s C'ltaiiihei
lain), Dr. John S, ,Mc(Jimv, Dr.
Ileuii Mediew, Mr. J. V. Itobeilsou
(II. M.'s Vice Pliainbmlaiu). Mons.
(I. H. d'Anglade, Kinncli Coiuuiie
sinner, and Dr. (1. Tiniuitoiiu tun I
1U1L.Y jjlrJjjija.MK: Honolulu, u.
ai www - vrMiwifcanryaa,wTinMvs.acrf
Accepted by. tiic United State:
Senate-SligW Changes in
t-inine1-; Vlewa antl Po
'itonel lt;u-.-i-lii-U on tin-Nltuntluii.
S.vs Ki:.N'(.'is(.ot June lOlh.
The Semite l-'imince Committee
has repotted the Tariff bill with
uniVnduieiits; hut its considcintion
has been postponed till July 1st.
The amendmetils aie numerous but
unltnportiuit except iu the sugar
and iron schedules. The Senate
Committee made Ihe following,
changes in the sugar schedule of
the House Hill:
In the su.ir schedule 2 ccnU per
pound bounty is extended to nmplc
sugar. No bounty will he given for
less than .100 pound of sugar per
year. The persons who apply for or
receive a bounty and not entitled
thereto shall pay a tine not exceed
ing $0,01)0, or be imprisoned for a
period not exceeding live years, or
both. Sugar between l.'l' and It!,
Dutch .standard, shall pay a duty
of 3-10 cents per pound instead of
being free, us provided for by the
House. Hill. Sugar above 115, Dutch
slaudaid, G-10 cents per pound in
stead of J-10 of a cent.
This amendment is favorable to
i diners. The Houe ISill made
laws between 13 and It!, Dutch
slandai d, free ; the Senate bill makes
it subject to a duty of SO. 00 per
Ion. As seventy-live, per cent of
Islands sugar does not grade above
No. J3, Dutch standard, this email
piotective duly will not be of much
advantage. It Mill chielly benellt
refiner.? who arc further cared for
by an increase in the dut3' on rc-
llnoil to SIl'.OO from $8.00 per ton.
This hill as amended will almost
eoiluinly he accepted by the House,
Mr. McKinlcv being reported as
saying that he regarded all the
amendments by the Senate Com
mittee as unimportant.
The duty on rice is fixed as fol
lows: riee Hour and rice meal
cent per pound, reduced from l.j
iii.ivi:'s stcuj l'or.icv.
Sivrotary Hlaine lias been hcavd
fiom on the Sugar Tariff. He writes
to Kx-Muyor Cony, Augusta, Maine:
''Von are in error in supposing that
I am opposed to sugar being admit
ted dill' rcc, but to the proposed
method of making it free. If in the
pending tariff bill sugar is placed
on the free list we j'ive to certain
countries a freemaiket for $!).", 000,
000 of their products, while, they are
notasked to open their markets to
the free admission of a single dollar
of American products. We ought
to have, in exchange for free sugar
from certain countries, a freemaiket
for bruidstuffs and provisions, be
sides various fabrics fiom all parts
of our country. In short, vvc ought
to becuro for Iree sugar a tree maikct
for (50,000,000 or 870,000,000
worth of our own products. It will
not require a reciprocity treaty to
secure this great boon. The Tariff
bill can contain all the necessary
conditions. 'Legislative power is
able to secure the desired end.
"Within the last twenty years we
have given the countries South of us
free admission for nearly $00,000,000
worth of their products without re
ceiving any advantage in exchange.
If sugar he now made uncondition
ally tree, we shall have given to the
Latin-American couutiies free ad
mission for 81.")0,000,000 of their
products. It is lime, I think, to
look out for some reciprocal advan
tages. We are a very rich nation,
but not rich enough to trade on this
This is a very suggestive utter
ance by the Secretary of State, fol
lowing 60 close upon the l'an-Auicr-ican
Congress. It is u confession
that his policy in calling that con
gress, presiding over and manipulat
ing it, has been deliberately tra
vel sed by the leaders of the Kcpuli
lican party in the House.and it serves
to explain the sudden change of
ftont by Mckinley in the ays and
Means Committee when, without any
outsido pressure, his original pro
posal to reduce the duly on sugar
SO per cent was changed to free
sugar, with a compensating bounty
to American producers. About that
lime Hltiinu had closed the Pan
American Congress. His arbitration
proposals had been accepted ami the
project of .reciprocal tradu with Ihe
United States was to bo submitted
to their respective legislatures by
the Latin-American Governments.
III.AlSi: I.AII) OCT.
This programme, if carried out,
would have mudu Blaine the most
popular as well as the strongest man
in thu Republican party, if not in
the United States, hence Ihe politi
cians, who have personal aims ex
clusively, thought it necessary lo
thwait ami humiliate him, which
was done by placing sugar on the
free list, giving all tho advantages
of tho Auiciican market to .Mexico
and Central and South America
w.tliout requiring any trading con
eiissloiis, which hitler was the basis
or Itlnlne's policy, lie wimiImi! to
develop Dude whllu giving In'"
NxigvsrMraiAw..wCTj wv ;
sugar. They give free sugar and
let trade tnku care of ltelf. Hy this
Btroke the umliiliou of Maine's life
is blasted, and the coast is clear for
the nomination ot Harrison, McKin
ley oi Uecd at Ihe next National
Convention of the Kepuhlican parly.
Thus the Jealousy of politicians
often nullities acts of statesmanship
and substitutes haud-to-mmith u- ,
pmliunU or a far-seeing national
policy. However, the Interest of
the Islands In (his phase of the
question is simply one of observation.
In cither case they would have bad
to contend against free sugar, the
dilference being that whereas Blaine
would have diverted an Increasing
stream of reciprocal trade into Ame
rican channels, the McKlnley bill
opens the Hood gates and lets in the
a..vrs sritr.cKi:i. iNnmviuwr.n.
Colonel Spreckcls vva3 interview
ed on the tariff issue by the Kxain
iner, June loth. He said, "While
1 have not taken an active part iu
tariff legislation I have watched tiic
development of the MeKinley sche
dule. The taking off the duty on
sugar is a vital and most important
move and will prove a great advan
tage lo the sugar growers. The
bounty which has been guaranteed
for American sugar I fully believe
will be maintained, and in conse
quence I do not think that the put
ting of imported sugar on the frue
list will be necessarily detrimental
to the California beel sugar indus
try. While 1 have considerable in
terest in sugar growing iu the Isl
ands I don't care a snap for that in
comparison with the native product.
I am, if anything, more deeply in
terested in thu beet sugar industry
of California than I was before, and
I shall continue to be so while such
good prospects of success remain iu
Mr. Spreckcls also renewed Ids
denial that he had any intention
whatever of joiuinglhe Sugar Trust,
lie had always managed his own
business and would continue to do"
so. The Sugar Trust gave out point
ers to the effect that the California
Sugar ICing would join it. This was
done lor the put pose of bulling its
certificates, but there was no found
ation whatever for these Wall street
rumors which got into the New York
papers. Colonel Spreckcls extends
liis vacation tour to the Islands, and
is a passenger by the Australia to
(Uy. He will doubtless tell 3011 all
about and correct the F.xtiuiiner in
terview if wrong.
rut: sL'a.VIl SITUATION-.
There have been no new develop
ments iu the sugar situation at this
city since the re-opening of the Ame
rican rellnery. Speaking of the
world's outlook Willed Sc Gray in
their latest circular have the follow
"A comparison of sugar at this
lime, when free sugar is in sight, is
interesting. The average price of
fair refining sugar in bond in the
United States for forty-live years
was l.GO per pound iigainst .9:2
cents on Juue Sib, lS'JO. The low
est price ot the same trrade wa3
2.18 cents in 1887.
"The beet sugar crop of 18SD-H0
Is estimated at 3,030,000 tons, an
increase over the previous year of
8(5.",5I3 tons. The total supply .of
the world is laigc, so that cheap su
gar is sure. We look for an in
creased consumption, paiticularly of
lilnliie NtrlkcH JUack.
San- Fkanoisco, Juno 0lh.
Despatches from Washington
published to-day prove that Secre
tary Maine has not given up the
light. He strikes back vigorously,
and the light over the sugar sched
ule in the Senate promises to be
lively. The following is a direct
attack on the free sugar policy of
the Mclvinley bill:
Washington, June 19. Secretary
Maino to-day received a telegram
from the chairman of the National
Millers' Convention at Minneapolis
saying tho inillera were greatly
agitated over the' report that an ad
ditional duty of 80 cents per barrel
would lie imposed on American
flour In Cuba, tints prohibiting the
Anieiican Hour trade, and asking
Secretary Maine replied that he
had no oflieial advice, but if correct
the advance would make the duty
8S.31 per "barrel, evidently intended
by Spain to bo prohibitory. He
added: "It has been constantly
said here for the last six months
that the Vv estcrn farmers demand
an unconditional repeal of tho sugar
duty. It is within the power of
the Western farmers, by eucourug--ing
a system of reciprocity, to secure
u exchange fqr a ropoal of this
duty the freo admission of their
hrcadstuffj and provisions into the
markets of forty millions of people,
Including Cuba. Iu my opinion
tills Is tho most profitable 'policy for
the Western farmers."
Tin: i'i:i:?mi'.NT jii:cosimi:sis inx'ii'
iiocrrr. Tho President lias sent a message
to the Senate recommending an
amendment of the Tarilf Mil in tho
direction of reciprocity substantially
as outlined iu Secretary lMaine'u
letter to his friend, Mr.Aniy, pt lut
ed above. Thu President poluls out
that if sugar Is placed on the free
list, without n stipulation ol recip
rocity, this countty will have given
everything away to the Latin-Amur-lean
Slates and received nothing in
return. I inclose the message w bleli
Is too lengthy to incorporate iu this
letter, hut Is worth publication in
luwai on Its merits, As a icattll
nf Ihe, message, Ri'iiMut Ule nn
scntcd tiic following amendment to
beoll'ercd to the Tariff Mil:
And the President of the L'nilcd
Klulns Is horoliv nntlini-ifpil. uifhnut
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further legislation, to declare tho '
ports 0 the United Slates free and I
open to all the products of any nation J
of the American hemisphere upon I
which no export duties are imposed,
whenever and so long as such nation
shall admit to ils polls, freo of all
national, provincial, municipal and
other tuxes, Hour, corn, tncal uml
other breadstuffs, preserved meats,
Hah, vegetables and fruits, cotton
seed oil, rice and other provisions,
including all articles of food, Itin.
bcr, fuiuituie and all other articles
of wood, agiieulttiral implements
and machinery, mining and mechan
ical machinery, structural steel and
iron, steel railt, locomotives, railway
cars and supplies, street cars, refined
petroleum or such other ptoduets of
the United Stales as may be agreed
The San Fr.incisco Chronicle de
clares itself cali-lled with the pro
posed amcndnicnls to the Sugar
schedule by the Senate Fiuanco
Committee, on the ground that the
revenue from low grade sugar may
be needed. The fact appears lo bo
that the -McKinlcy Taiiff bill does
not look in a very healthy condition
just now. If Hale's amendment be
incorpotatcd in the bill the augar
schedule must be changed every
The Naiads have been vciy gen
erous of late. All else remains Un
changed and immovable. The new
Cabinet sensation was eclipsed .by
the antecedent "revelations." Kona
is not over much concerned 111 the
wreck of Cabinet-) or the petty con
tentions of great bodies. Like the
Helvetian tribes of ye olden time,
the.Konaian dwells secure iu the
inslncs.ocs ol Hie rocks and moun
tains. Next week is expected to
bring a slight furore among the
learned, as the yearly examination
of the English schools takes place,
ordera having come from head
quailers that Ihe teachers of the
District will liavo to f-ot sail for
Honolulu on the steamer of the 7th
to attend the Convention.
June 2.1, 181J0.
Mr. U. X. Webster, the popular
freight clerk of the Inter-Island
Steam . Navigation Co., is going
home to Scotland for a vacation, by
the steamer Mariposa. Last night,
nt the house of Mr. W. IL McLean,
treasurer of the compauy, Mr.
Webster was presented with an ele
gant diamond locket, suitably in
scribed, and an addic3S signed by
W. II. Godfrey, President, J. Una,
Vice-President, J. L. McLean, Sec
retary, W". 11. McLean, Treasurer,
and X. G. Gcdgc, Chas. II. Clapp,
A. V. Kcceh and Wm. lloss, asso
ciates iu the employ of the com
pany. The lltJixr.Ti.s- congratulates
Mr. Webster, who has always been
attentive to the press, on this mark
of esteem, and joins in wishing him
a pleasant journey ami safe return
iu renew oil health.
Pursuant to notice, of intention to
fopclnin thai mortgage, made by Mrn
ltik-in-i IC Maiiiiku unit I) n id MntnUu,
her husband, Mrs. liumfUit Kanknli,
Mrs. llauio Ayrrtnml 15. M Snlll'rn &
Co, to Chiirles I( Illuliop, John II. I'aty
and Hamuel M. D-imtm, (Htij; business
miller ihe irnuo of Uisjmp ,t Co., tinted
January 1, ll0, rceonUd in Liber 123,
ptigea II to -IS, anil of the power of sde
contained li t-alvl mortgitju. Notice"" is
lieteby given that
On TUUKSDAY, Jnly Urd,
AT 1(1 O'CLOCK A. .11..
Tho mortgagee therein nuinol will Fell
at Public Auction, at the premise
f ituiite on Kbit; street, m-nrly opposite
tho Onlui Kailvvay Depot known as die
BAY VIEW RESORT,
Grilled in said uioiteitre, torn.
prhing all lltti
Hous6hold :- Furniture
Of slid Itoiin-i K. Maiinhm, David Ma.
iuUu uml K M Piiiftuii A: Co.,
Ilalr Clo'h Cliabs it Settee, 1 Hall's
Center Table, -1 Light CliatnlulieM,
IJnLtcatW ii .Mattro.se
to k WalitWarflroliBS,
stlu es, Pictures, I'a'etn ItncLuiD, Dior
ICoi Ik-iUteadi, Mv.qiilln KetJ,
l-'iMllwr Pillows, Ciiitiiins,
p V"' A'HlmtWlo
LARGE KOA CALABASHES,
Center it Sola Hues, 1 Fiiucy Kuaiiielkil
Dressing Koom Si-t,
1 I'liin I'.irlnr Sit, II pieces; Fnncv
Cl tit Mirror, Vun-s, Hooss,
Fiuc Dinner Set, 200 Pieces;
Furniture & Fixtures
la Hay View Jtcsoil, emiipilj.
Klmillo Uoaril, lr vlrip Alley Hittllt,
Mtirhktori I'd li , I. mint. Clubs,
Crw kcry & T'.bln riirnliure,
1 Pool Tabic, 1 Billiard Table,
-homing (lallviy Omfil, hrt'i,
7ASV. AI ORGAN,
J, A, Maouun, AUoimty. 5W Ut
l ? e k
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan, j
On "WEDNESDAY, July 2,
AT tl O'CLOCK A. 51..
At ilmivsldeiiu) of J!i:v. W. O. MT.Jt-
UITT, Puiiuhou College. 1 will
ell at Public Auction,
Tho Entire Housch'ld Furniture,
Comprising In part
II. W. Marbletop Table-.
Center A fc'ufa Hug.
1 II. V. Com. llookcito Si Desk,
1 Rogers Group of Statuary,
"Tho Faroieri Scholar."
I Matbte Clark,
-' Veb,ti;i L'nabildgod lllctiniia-
B. W, & Wicker Rockers,
Decoiated Hanging Latnpi.v Chan
delier', I Handsome Ivou liookca-!,
Hr.twlng-rooin Port In . Lace
3 B.W. Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
Woven Wire Maltrasse,
li. W. Jtcvolvlng bookcase,
1 II. W.( Itllce Table.
1 Eevol. Office Chair,
S Vols, .lohnsoii Kncvelopedlii,
l Vol. Seliafi-ller.wg Kncvdopc-
1 Magic Lantern ic Views. A!--o.
1 Lady's Saddle Horae,
tl lforse.J, broken lo drive double;
1 1-ycar Old Colt.
1 Phaeton, iu good older;
2 Large Omnibusses,
1 Side f atldlo, I Mexican Saddle,
Sets Harness, Kte., Etc.
t Pi cmi'cs vv 111 be open for Inspec
tion on Tuesday. July Itt, fruui 9 a. it.
to 3 r. .v.
J AS. F. aiOKGAN,
instructed bv Mit. P.
to sell at Public A lic
it my Siile-ruoiii.
On MONDAY, Juno 30th,
AT IS O'CLOCK -NOON',
Situated in Xuuanu Valley,
Opposite the residence ot Mr. II.
Itciiics, and at present occupied by Mr.
Kcffel as ti family residence. The Pi o
porty has a large frontage on Xuuanu
Avenue. There is a
2 Story Dwell floise,
Stable!", Outhouses, Kte.
The. grounds are planted with a large
assortment of Koi'e Trees and vailed
Flowers ami a
Comprising the following Fruit--:
Grapevine, Peaches. Apiicots, Plums,
Figs and other vaiietles. Lot coutalus
2 7-IO ACRED.
Water laid on tboroughoitt tho place.
Parties desirous of purchasing a
home-tend, will llnd this thu mon tle.-lr-iible
residence offered for sale, as H
combines the healthful climate of the
Valley together with an e.uy acces to
3y For fiuther pirticul irs apply to
F. E, Keifel, on piemUes, or to
.IAS. P. MOKGAN,
10 A 11 Ilis I'll- Vhi-iI.
.Tii6t received ex "Horrowtlale."
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
WAKT13D ut ONC10 !
or three blocks from
tho corner of Fort and Hotel
streets, suitable for three gentlemen for
housekeeping. Address P. O. Box
Xo. 1!D7." .V.K1 tf
HOUSE with 7 rooms
and bath, on the cor
ner of IJeretatii.i and Pensa-
eol.i sticnts. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply at this oUk'c. Tifil if
TO" LET or LEASE
rpiIE Uesldeneii of Mis. A.
A. I.oiik, in Piutua valley.
I Apply to
01 King St., over .1. Xott's ?tou
"lO KENT or LtiASti
THAT desirable- l'remUci
011 Fort Hieit, iu the
'Olelnerny Block," lecently
occupied by J. X. h. William', suitable
for olllco or Horn. For Information
apply to olllce I'tilou Iron Voik, Es
planade, or to
f.r.'.J lin ,T. X. S. WILLIAMS.
:cTtif; 1 on Frldav, the ste
13 Klnau" will tall on
DAY MOUNLS'G, at 10 o'clock,
yt!7 lw WILDEIl'S -. S. CO.
y A flTT D A PI?
July 4, S890,
Ccntac!s3 t 10i30 A. M. Bj.
Ojien lo all Yncht" over 3 tons anil
not exceeding 10 tonn In measurement,
pi oi hied, however, that this limitation
litill not apply ' Yacht which vveic In
Hawaiian waters and that entered for
the lace of July 1, ls's;).
The Hawaiian Challenge Cnp &
Pennant for 1890,
Donated by tho Hawaiian Yaciitixo
AbsooiAiiov. to be aalkd for amulally
anil conditionallv under Its auspices.
Won July J, ISSO, by Yacht Healani.
T,3f Course to be .sailed, and printed
uiles, eau be bad by nil Yacht owneia
on application to the undcr-dsiicd Com
mittee. LUt of entries will be open at
the store of the Hawaiiju News Co., on
Merchant street, until 'J A. M. thoiJrd
C. II. WILSON,
C. P. IACICEA.
.T. M. DOWSETT,
W. M. GiiTAitit,
Jjeerctarv. 5S td
Hiirrali for ilie ill !
A Nice Assortment of California
Flavor Pols, Bins LiiMs,
Tin Poll Torpedoes.
Etc., Etc. , Etc.
ALL at LOW PRICES
To close eon-igument.
t"" lloxe3.contahiing ISO plecesi, as
sorted, for i-15. at
Lewis J, Levey's Auction Rooms
!n Press New Edition
Ready Reference & Directory.
lleiug a carefully Compiled KeI.-,ter
of Vtiturs for Nobles In the District of
Honolulu. Containing the names, oc
cupations ami district and precinct icsl
tlenees of 1,70U voters, having In
comes of over 8C0O per annum.
a Orders may be lelt at the Hti
wallan yew- Co. fK(? if
fTMlE uuderslgiieil wl?he; to meet
X with a man of small means to join
him in the ftiitucriug of iiucvv machine.
F. W. MEXZEL,
P. O. Ilox -I7.-), Honolulu, II. I.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN 5
rpho CMebrated Rtm
l nlng Stallion "he
niniloali" will fund
this fccasou ar tho
For further particulars
apply at tho Daily.
Ilor.seu & 31ules For Sale.
rpiIE following dcplrablc ani
JL liiaK ill bo sold at a bar
gain, to wit: 11 Fine Youu
Hoius, ii Young Mules, siied by the
Kentuckv .lack "llluchcr," 14 llroed
fMarcs, cNpected ihortly to have Mule
loats. t i in iv 10
fi70 tf 42 .Merchant street, Honolulu.
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
TCfO'l'ICK Is hereby given that at .t
.1.1 meeting of this Aociatlou held
this day, tho Chapter of Incorporation
was accepted anil pursuant thereto tho
following lloaid of Directots was
Geo. E. lloardmau,
Geo. W. Smith,
A. VT. Plcbatdsoii.
S. II. ItllM.,
W. A. Bovveit,
Tlico. P. Lansing.
Honolulu, June ii. i-vju.
'Tho object of the As.-oelatwn l to cn
courago Savings, and hotiio' building
among Its member by enforcing tegu
lar monthly deposit- and loaning them
to Its member-, to assist them Iu acquit -lug,
and luipiovlng homcbof tliclrnwu.
Its memtiei-i aie the only ftnuk-Uolrl-er,
and all piotits tui-lug from lutui st.
iH'enilimi-, finus etc., aindlv hied umoiig
its members, which makes It the morl
desirable of saving bietltutlons It W thu
most ilenlrahle somce I111111 w bleb to hoi
low, as It lo.m at a low rain of lulere-i
upon easy terms ot monthly payment-,
and all ih-dilug to become meiuhcis
t-hiuild make linmedl'ite application for
monk. 'l'iii;u. P. LANSl.N'G,
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