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SATURDAY, JUNE 28, l!lO.
OAHU RAILWAY ft LAND COHPAKTt'5
a. m. r. M.
Leave Honolulu '.) :00 2 :0o
Arilvo Mamma 0:18 2Mfi
Lcnvo Munnna 1 1 :00 -1:00
Arilvc Honolulu lli-is lily
SU.NUA1 THAIS!'. -.
A. M. V. . V. V.
Leave Honolulu... u:J'0 la :M0 ::00
AiiheManana... .10:13 1H8 3:18
Leave Mauaun.,.. 11:00 1:13 -1:05
Arrive Honolulu... lli-lS 2:31 -It S3
Slim- iMlKntmln fiom Kannl
Bum-. Tunics Mnkcc from Kauai
KtturLebun fiom f Imriiikiia
Stinr MoUollt flora Moloknl
Stinr Knlmlloa ftom Knual
.-'chr Llliolllio fioui Wni.iuiic
Si.hr Knnlllua from Kauai
Wcbr vol Wiihlncftoiii Hntnnl.ua
Alolir Iluleakr.la horn Kliuliil
S Mariposa, llaywnrd, for Snu
VESSELS IEAVIHC MONDAY.
A in bk S C Allen. T Thompson, for
Pun IvuncUeo nt a p m
Am bkt Discovoiy, D McNeil, for San
Stini Mokolll for Moloknl at " p m
StmrLeuan for Mm and IIa!.alau nt
Stmr J . rumnilim for Kool.m at 0 a m
t-ohr Mol Wahiue for Hamak-jn
rjom Knu i per btmr James Mnkcc,
.hme 2S Mrs Collins, Miss ollins, Mis
M oiler, L Hansen and 4 deck.
From Kauai perstrar Mlkahaln, June
23-Hons G X and A S Wilcox, E
KopUo, Vv Hutchinson, A Larsen aiid
wlto, Hon W II Rice, wlfo and family,
J A Mea s, V R Hauey, Miss Keedhain,
uiitl 21 deek.
For S.ni r raneisco. per R M. S 55 Ma
riposa, June 2511 ii Cocipor, Joim
Aiisilu, M 6 ustin, Master Hall, Dr W
A Mack, Mrs Jvlodmoie, Mis J A
Lowell and infant, (.'apt freeman, It X
"Webster, Col Z S t-puUllnij. Mons A
ltoule. T McLean, MUs Bn'idley, 7 in
Rteernge and U5 cabin and 59 steerage
passengers in transit.
0ARG0ES fl'M ISIAD0 PORTS.
Stmr Miknhala 3303 bag? Fngar, 150
sheep, nnd -1 bead cattle fioui Kiuiul
Stinr Jas Makee 2200 bags faiigar from
Stmr Kahnlloa 100 bags sugar fiom
Stmr Lebua 2330 bags sugar from Ha
6tmr ftlokolll 01 bags susar, 37 sheep,
and 10 bead cattle fiom .V.olokul
and Lull a 1
hcliVJloi Wahlne 1090bag3cugirfiom
Schr Liholllio HOC bags sugar fiom
The steamer James Makee made two
trlp3 this week to Kapaa, Kauai, bilng
lug here 4530 bags sugar.
The barkentlna V u Dimond will sail
on July 10th for Sun rrancisco.
The 6 O Allen and Hiseovtiy will ball
on Monday afternoou with full cargoes
of sugar lor ban rrancisco.
The British lion ship Hoirowdalo fin
ished disehaiging her 1600 tons of gen
eral merelmuUUe yesterday afternoon.
She is engaged in tat.ing in ballast, aud
will sail nest Thuisdny for .-an l'ian
clsco, expecting to airive befoie the lt
of August. The Rui row dale will load
wheat at .-ah Francisco for Liueipool.
Tbe baik Ceylon will commence load
itigsugir for han Francisco nisi week.
Tho steamship Mailposa tock to-day
espoits us follows; n A Widemann,
11-1! hciifl cnirxf. IV ft Tmlll ?t I 'n. JMI1
aauw k-.i ...... , . ...... v.-, .w..
bags Etigar; w H Castle, 3i0 bagf, llci-;
MsGifiibaum&Co, 400 bags litos T
K Moore, 150 bai;s ilee, 160 bags coffee,
und.82 bss finlis; O L Hopkins, 171
belis bananas; Campbell. Mnr-h.dl &
Co, 700 behs b.iiana3. Domestic value,
EVEHTS THIS EVEHINQ.
Baseball match at Jrakiki, at 3 :S0.
Eancl concert at Emma Squaic,
'Etitertainnicnt at Onera House,
Meeting .of Mission Children nt
"residence of I-I. Waterhouse, at
.ST. ANDREW'S GATIIEDRAL.
l'ourth Sundnj' after Tiinity.
' Fcstivnl of St. Peter tho Apostle.
Holy Communion C:."0a. m.
Morning jiro3'er 9 iSO n. m.
Holy Communion 10 a. m. Ser
mon by Rev. II. II. Gowen.
.KvcDin? prayer (Iluwaiian) C:fi0
p, m. Sermon by Rev. W, II.
JSvcDinc prayer G p. in. Sermon
by Kl. Rev. tho Bishop of Honolulu.
5!r. V. W. Damon'o school for
Chinese had Its exhibition in tho
Chinese Y. M. P. A. hall yesterday.
JTlieio wcro not tar siiojtofa huu
died little scholars in iitletidauco,
nud a remarkably good pro:raminu
of over thirty pieces wan rendered
in.Englisli nnd Chinese. Miss May
Green conducted tho oxciciscs in
the nbseiico of Mr. Damon. The
xLcgree of attainments exhibited rc
fleeted jreat credit on the instrnc
tton of tho year. TIhsiu i a stuff of
four leaehers in (lie school.
Thin morning tint 6uholnrs wllh
tlinlr tenclierb, ntimbmlnK seventy
peraoiiR, iiiiirelied In prnenlnn lo
tho railway 6tallon, wlieio llii'y took
tlic train for n pleiilu ut H.tyumiid
ftrove, Many of them witj vory
rpiul! t'lillilri'ii, nil worn iittiicd In
tfMpli1 of "inP '"' l,,,V mi
mmy luht in (tiny imttuigd dlonu
LOCAL & GEHERAL NEWS.
tlio various registration
Mn. Kin lien
calls for nil- bill
Ti(r baud plays ut Eiutuii Squaiu
at -1:30 c'cloclj this afternoon,
Tun liour of tho Australia'a sailing
nest Saturday will bo 'J o'clock a.' in.
Tun Knmchr.nichasand llonolulus
play ut baseball, at 3:30 o'clock Oil)
Mo.'&. R ivelhwind PiofessorFergtt
son will (ixbibil ut tho Opeia House
this evening. -
Tin: Hawaiian Muaiou Uhildicn
will incut nt tho rcrideneo of M:. II.
Wulei house t liia evening.
Tnu quuiteily exhibition of tho
Kuum.ikapili Sunday Schools .'jll
be held in tho church to-moirow
Tltc lumains of llio lute IT. V.
Auld will bo buried to-momm nfler
noon, at 4:30, from the Roman Cath
Tnn office at Government Houo
recently occupied by t!io Auditor
General is now the ollice of Commis
sioner cf Ciown Lands.
The "Australian Star," a Sydney
paper, of May 24, has Mi. It. L. Stev
enson's letter to )r. Hydo in full,
with a cut of 'the author.
A 8 usual, the band concort at the
Hawaiian Hotel l.ict niglit was very
enjoyable, and thcro was a large
gathering thcie to enjoy it.
The U. S. F. fJ. Charleston and II.
B. M. S. Acorn nre drss-cd to-day in
honor of the 52d lumivcicdry of tho
coionaticn i Queen Victoria.
O'Consou of Camilla unl Stnns
bury of Australia, weie to row on tlio
24.1b inst., in tho latter country.
The Australian wui the favoiite.
The stockholders of the Recipro
city Sugar Company will be entitled
to u dividend on Monday next, paya
ble at the ofiice of W. G. lrwiu & Co.
Members of the Honolulu Fire
Department arc requested to assem
ble at tho Bell Tower to-morrow af
ternoon, to attend the funeral of the
bite H. W. Auld.
O.v Monday next, at 12 o'clock
noon, nt his salesroom, Mr. Jas. F.
Morgan will ecII Mr. Kellers proper
ty in Nuuanu valley. All particu
lars in ndverticenient.
Mns, J. C. Bateliatn, Superintend
ent of Sabbath Observance for the
National W. C. T. U. of tho United
States, will speak at tho Contral
Union Church, to-morrow evening, at
7 ;30 o'clock.
Sister. Ro.e Gertrude piesented
tho piano given to her by Hioad
wood it Sous, London, to Father
Conrndi for tbe Boy' Homo on Mo
lokai. The piano was sent up on a
A :iabs meeting; of tho National
Reform IVrty is called for this even
ing, nt tlio Rifles' Armory, Berelnnia
fcli cot, for the purpoco of ratifying
tlio party's nominee. Mr. C. O. Ber
ger and others will addree3 the meet
ing. Mystic Lodgn, K. of P., elected tho
following officers Wednesday even
ing: C. C, Fred. Harrkou; V. C,
F. B.Oat; Prelato.W. C. Wilder, Jr.;
M. at A., Chas. Crcigliton ; P. C, C.
T. Wilder. They will bo iniitnlled
The beautiful rowing nud calling
boat, that has been on exhibition at
G. W. Macf.irl.ino & Co.'s, the past
few weeks, will be ofl'ured at auction,
next Monday, nt noun, at tho sales
room of L. J. Levey, wheio it can
now be seen.
The services of tho second congre
gation of St. Andrew'3 Cathedral on
eSundny arc as follows: 11:15 a. m.
Anthem "Lord of all power." Preacher
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh. 7 :30 p. in.,
Anthem, "I was glad." Pi etcher,
Rev. Robf. lludton.
Hon. J. I. Dowtett bought a horsn
from a local firm, which had kicked
several caniages to bits. Ho wan
going to euro its habit by putting it
to penal servitude in a di.iy. Thii
morning, however, the animal kicked
itself clear of tho dray, and it may
bo necessary to set it at woik pile
driving. Ma. Allen C.Simerion, who for
many ycara haa' been the efllcient
and courtcoui purser of the otcauier
W. G. Hall, will take command of
lh.it vessel next TneeJuy, filling tho
pest during tho temporaiy absence
of Captain Freeman, who left to-day
by the steamship Mariposa on u visit
to his old homo in uoston.
Mn. S. B. Rose, agontqf the Mutual
Life Insuiance Co,, received by. vestci
day's mail a draft for $10,540, the
amount f n ten thousand dollar
policy and accumulations on the life
of tho late Hon. C. II. Judd. Picof
of death wcu received at thoofllco in
New York, May 20 j tho claim was
passed on there, Juno 2, and thodinft
wus immediately made. 1 bin Is
prompt enough for Hie most exact-
- - ii
At half-pnsl coven yontcrdny oven
iiiU tbe lead joint blow nut of a water
pipe mi School Htrcot, diiuctly op.ic
kite the pilmaiy romii of Koit utieet
K'lmol. Tile water Hooded thuHChnbl
)aitl and tho picmicvN of Mr. Uii,
and win In a utiong hIicuu into th4
t'iM'k, It tore a nuvity uic,)it font in
(ilainutor in tlio tliout, aud tlnow
nnrili and unft liib In tlienir. 'I ho
eniiulon latUd SO niinutot hiJoru Iho
imilioiitlvi, noilOml by Mr. 0, M.
Wlillo, lmt oil' Ilia wAfr. J(iplr
wcto imttlo In llio ulclil,
DA1LX BULLET J.W : HONOLULU, 11. JL,
Accepted by the United States
Senate-Slight Changes in
EStaine'is Vie wo and FJo
Cotiinlflprti'UnlH oil the Mltuntlon.
'( gllver CultU'ir',' filillitliK,
Sax Fkancisco, June I9tb.
rum: sit.vi.i: coixaoe.
The Uuitetl States Senate, the
most conservative and perhaps tho
the wealthiest body of represent
ative men in the world, passed n free
silver coinage bill on the 17th inst.,
milking silver certificates and silver
coin legal tender for all debts, pub
lie and private, aud making compul
sory tlie purchase- and mintage of
$4,500,000 dollarrf of silver bullion
monthly. The silver dollar may be
coined of standard silver -i ISA grains
tine or 25 8-10 grains standard gold,
"said coins to bo equally legalten
der for debts, public or private."
This bill was passed despite the op
poiltion of the Piesident and Ad
ministration who ate the advocates
of n gold standard in the interest of
Wall street speculalois and the bank
ring. The Democratic Administra
tion was similarly controlled by the
usurers nnd mauipulatoi3 of credit,
nnd this revolt of the .Senate against
the tyranny of Wall street and tlio
gold ring is one of the most signifl
( nut signs of tiie times. The vote
was 12 for free silver coinage and 25
against it. Senator Stanford, who
is in Europe, is a strong silver coin
age man. An attempt will be made
to hae the bill shelved by getting it
into a conference, but-tuereis a ma
jority to carry it in the House and it
is believed that the Senate bill will
be agreed to. Should the President
veto the bill, which would nbeoih,
for coinage purposes, tho visible
silver output of tbe United States,
the great West would bo lost to the
Republican naity. It is very singu
lar that the aggregated wealth of the
United States, outside bill shavers
and speculators, is in favor of a bi
mctalio staudard, and regard the
silver dollar of 412. grains as the
full money equivalent of a gold dol
lar of 25 8-10 grains, while the Ha
waiian law discriminates in favor of
gold, and makc3 silver legal tender
tor only S10. This give the capi
talist class an advantage over tho
non-capitalisl7which would not ex
ist were a Used ratio between the
metals established. Would it not
be prudent to adopt the American
monetary standard as laid down in
the Senate bill after the most ex
haustive and scientific debate to
which the question of tho single and
double standard has ever been sub
jected. It is only n question of time
when this will be the monetary basis
not only of the United States but of
the ontire commercial world. Even
tho British Cabinet is divided on
tho subject, and the Directors of the
Bank of England have been pretty
unanimous in favor of tlio double
standard. IUadoption would emanci
pate British trade and manufactur
ers from the thraldom of Lombard
street, Just as the tyranny and ma
lign Inlluence of Wull street rould
bo got rid of by tbe complete retno
netization of silver in tho United
THE ASIEItlCAX UEflNEUY CASK.
The Chronicle intimates that notice
of motion for a new trial in the su
gar case entitled Ifavemeyer vs. tbe
superior Court of California was Hi
ed on the 18lh iii3tnnt in the Su
premo Court by Mr. W. II. Pierdou,
'of counsel for the iespniidcnl. The
grounds of the motion nre irregular
ity in tho pioceedings, abuse of dis
ci elion by the Com t, accident nnd
surprise, iusulllcicnuy of the evi
dence to justify the decision, that
the decision was :igaint the law,
and cnors in law occurring at the
5MIPF1XO sorr.s, ETC.
The Commercial News, San Fran
cisco, June 19th, ieport: "The
steamer Australia, wan inspected by
the United Slates Local Inspectors
of Hulls aud Boilers Tuesday after
noon, and having been found in
good condition was allowed to lly
the American flag. Heretofore Hie
steamer has Ho wit the Hawaiian Hag,
but by an act recently passed by
Congress is now au American
steamer, she having been practically
rebuilt, r.t heavy expense, at this
Advices have been received fiom
Captuiu Dodd, of the S. K. Clan
dine, at St'. Vincent, Capo Verdes,
May 17lh, giving details of tho acci
dent to the screw on lUth May, 212
inilca from llio Cape, Tho weather
was fine,- sea model ale, engincM
making eight) -Iho revolution. The
second engineer who was on wnli'li
loll a shock, but nothing wan vIMblo
fi oin the (let I:, tuilf wtib set nud
St. Vincent limiihul on the 1Mb.
SlfH wuru Inliiiii lo loplnoa tlio
iimotv, tlio hladiw ut which mini
brolii'ii khuil off. Tlio CIiiihIIiid
wonld pndiKlily put Into Monte
Vldufl fur aunt. U uimld tttlui about
$ ilny to rtxioh Hint pun, tho hip
uvursBilifj U10 inllpj jiyr day tin n
fci Hi ! liwtliAlJ - lltffffavwrt - iUJMwbJ
consumption of tan tons of coal.
Tho entire distance from St. Vtacent
to Honolulu, 11,800 miles, would bo
covered In about 5G days. No
fnt ther explanation of the accident
The brig W. Ci. It win was cleared
for Honolulu on the 18th, with 403
bbls and several cases Hour, 400
casks beer, SOU sks bran, 880 lbs
tea, 800 lbs coffee, 41'J pieces ma
chinery, 4102 lbs lard, 218 ctls bar
ley, 1100 cs coal oil, 28.'J9 galls
wine, . bbls and 25 cs salmon, etc.,
valued at $30,713.
The Alia reports tjiu local de
mand for bananas as very light
owing to the cheapness of domestic
fruit ; the shipping demand, howover,
is very brisk.
Tho general ngency of this I'nclllc
Mail Company has been taken from
Williams, Dimond & Co., and given
to K. A. Johnson, who was purchas
ing agent for the Company at Sr.n
Francisco for several years. Mr.
Johnson is a thoroughly competent
and reliable business man. The
change is attributed to economy.
Mr. Houston, the new president of
tho Company, is a personal friend of
Mr. Johnson's. The Huntington
interest of the Southern Pacific now
uoiitrols the policy of Hie Pacific
Maih Steamship Company, lo the
'discomfiture of Jay Gould.
Three ostriches, one male and
two female birds, go to Honolulu by
the Australia lo Dr. Trousseau's
order. Ostriches should do well on
the Islands. They have been a sue
cco3 in California, and should be
equally so on Oahu.
Sax L'kaxcisuo, June 20th.
SII.VEU HIM. JICDDLK.
The House is -in a muddle over
the Silver Bill. The speaker re
ferred it to Iho Committee on Coin-
Arfi ivltlinil! nnltiii 1... fl.n IT. ...I.
and ordered the reference to be en
tered tut tho minutes. This not
being n record of fact the entry was
stricken out on motion by- Mills,
Republicans voting wllh the Demo
crats. The bill is now hung up be
tween the Committee and tlio
House, nnd there i a question us lo
when and bow it may lie brought
before it. The probability is, how
ever, that the chairman of the Coin
age Committee will act upon the
peaker's reference nnd report the
bill in some shape. Public feeling
is running strong, and it would be
disastrous to the Republican party
should the bill be shelved by the
committee. The country wants sil
ver money and free coinage, and this
want beconic3 all the more pressing
from the fact that the German Gov
ernment is draining the United
States of gold, the expott of gold
bars and specie being on an unusu
ally heavy scale. It is declared by
bankers that Germany is hoarding
gold as a necessity of its fi-ical policy
and a military precaution Secre
tary Windoin, of Hie Treasury, has
asked the Attorney-General of the
United States if lie cannot charge a
premium on refined gold bars taken
from the New Yoik Assay ollice for
export. This fact illustrates the
giuvityof the situation and shows
the inimmence ot a monetary crisis,
which could not occur were silver
and gold on equal terms ns money.
Every industry of the country will
feel the pressure of this drain of
gold, but it will be specially severe
upon the farmers when the crops
cuino to bo moved.
HEW RIFLE CLUB ON MAUI.
A meeting of the gentlemen from
Spreckclsvillc, Kaliului and Wuilu
ku, called by Mr. G. P. Wilder,
to organize a Riile and Gun Club
for the Wailuku district, was held
at the Central Telepbono ollice in
Kaliului last Wednesday, 2oth inst.
About twenty persona assembled in
response lo tho call, among whom
were noticed Hon. H. D. Wnlbridgc,
Messrs. A. Barnes, W. A. McKay,
11. II. Plemer, II. G. Trendway,
W. T. Robinson, G. P. Wilder, A.
F. Hopke, J. Blanoy. W. V. Moss
man, K. L. Stoli'., L, M. Vullescn,
E. Omstcd, C. Nielsen, II. Giolhcr,
W. Maisball, W. Barclay, J. Slod
dart, O. Gade, II. Antonsen, G.
IJofgaaid, V. A. Vetlejeu.
Mr. Wilder railed the meeting to
order about 8 oVlock, and Mr.
Walbridgc was unanimously elected
Chaiunnn, with Mr. Barclay as Sec
retary. Upon motion of .Mr. Trcadway,
tlio election of oHIccrs was pro
ceeded with, Mr. M. J. Mcl.ano
being elected President, Mr. C.
Nielicn Vice-President and Mr.
Barclay Secretary and Ticnsurer.
The Vice-President elect took tho
chair, and on motion of Mr. Wnl
biidgo u committee of five was ap
pointed to draft a constitution and
by-laws for the association to be
submitted for adoption ut a meeting
lo bo held July 8th. Mr. L. M.
Vetlesen moved that tbe coinmlttco
decide upon a namo for Hie asso
ciation, mihject to the approval of
the association at the next meeting,
and Mr. Walbridgc that a committee
of Ave be appointed to examine the
dlllercnt kinds of rlllcs generally
used and report which one. Mioulil
Tlio meeting adjourned ntR:3.'
p. in. ,Si'i:gr.itoit.
tiutM'i t u'ltriuynl is c'iilr4
aim ng milium- nt nipiatu' njuji t, in
lh.; li-naied hiiipi iam wbliilt ouiir
Oil VldlOnd.l, Jul) i-'d, at fi p. III.
Tin i-ruwN piurtwi' daily.
uii'ly i'MMil imti
I Wifilnmii, pute
iioiinirliM. lu iior
cm f i uio4iii.
JUiNJbJ US, 18J.U
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Auction Sales by James F. Ma.
NOTICE of SALE I
PurjuAni 'o no'lce of lsitmuipn to
foreclose that moitgng', iiii'lc by Mis
RoMim IC. M'ltialai unit David Mnuiku,
her husband, Mis. Kantt'cu lC-mkall.
Mis. Ila'tte Avrrinml E. M. Snitltn ft
Co , in Clmr'et H UIsliop. John II. P.iiy
nnd Sitnucl M. Diinoit. doing bUfioess
under the name of Bishop ifc Co., dated
January 1, l'Wi recorded in Liber IV! 1,
pages -14 to -IS, nud of tho power of sale
eonl lined lu i aid mortgage, Notice Is
hereby given that
On THURSDAY, .Inly 3rd,
XT 10 O'CMHUS A. 31.,
The nii'r'qngcis therein name I will cll
at Publle Auction, at the premised
situate on Klna street, nearly opposite
the Uahu Hallway Depot, known us the
SAY VIEW RESORT,
Ai.r, inn -
lis. Mel k Effects,
Described in stld mortgigis com.
prlilng all the
Household -:- Furniture
Of Rild ltoini JC. Mtnnku, Dntiil Ma.
nal.u and K M. nlll'.'ii it Co..
Hair Clo'li Chairs & Solteo, 1 Hall's
Center Table. i-Llghl Chindelierfi,
Bedsteads ,t Matin ssi,
Koa & Wall! Wartrnko
Sullies, Pictures, lVoul Rockets, Djor
ICct Bsd tead, Mii'ipiilu Notf,
lVathei Pillow a, Curtains,
li Very Vitlnnlilo
LARGE KOA CALABASHES,
Cealor A- Sofa Rugs 1 Fancy Euuruulk d
Dres-biK Ituoui Sit,
1 Fliij Parlor Set, tl piece i Fancy
(Jilt Mirror, Vases. Hooks,
Fiao Dinner Set, 200 Pic-cca;
Furniture & Fixtures
In 11 iy View Hesort, compel?,
Shuffle Board, Bowling Alley outfit,
Marlile ion ThoIcj, Iiinpj, t'inlr.',
Crockery & Table Furniture,
1 Poo! Table, 1 Billiard Table,
Shouting Gallery Outfit, Sofi,
Ltc, Hte, Ktc, Hie.
JAS. F. AiOIJGAN,
A. Mmioox. Attorney. dHO 0t
J. I.EVEV, :
Saturday night, Jane 28, '80,
riv-tt Appearance of
Tlio Celebrated Juggler, Fire-eater and
The. Musical Wonderof thu Woild, pcr
forinbig the most nilr.icnlous pcelnlt!es
iiticr.:y art ci-tTj.vJ,
"5ov plan for Satinday night's
performance now open at L. .1. Luvny'h
ollice. C'Jl !ic
Honolulu fin Department
r. tjz t rr-iA
,1KMni:r.S of the Hrpartment are
lii. reiilefted to iBoinble at tho Bell
Tower, TO-MORROW (riundiiv) AF
TKUNOON, at :t:::o o'clock, for thu
purpti;u of a'tendiug the funeral of iho
Ijte Hairy W. Auld, a member of Hook
V Ladder Co. A lull attendance Is
MJ It T'KIt OKDRIt,
''IMH3 fimenil of thu late ffanv XV.
.1. Auld will take place on tiUNbAY
AITICRNOON'. .lime 29tb, at I::i0
o'clock, from the Kom-ui Catholic
Cliuieh. Relatives and friends are cor
dially Invited. r.yt ft
A SPKCMLiiieeilngnf -loekholden
JV ot thu llnwidlan I'aellhJ Cable l'.
wilt bo bIil on THL'K.sDAY, July II,
Lsiiti, at the hour of lo o'cloel, . m., nt
theolllee of ,1. A. Magoou, Attorney,
llouolulii, II. I., to vote upon a piopo-t-hlnn
to moiigiigu the piopeilv for con
fitiiiellou eneui". Thin lull N under
Art'rlu 7 of tlio Bye-law. A full tit I
tendance ! icipieMcd.
.1. h. BUtTIIOLOMHW,
MI td I'leMdeut . Tiuihiiirr.
iMoulini; of .SlockltnidnrH.
JOTH'L l heubt leii llnil a p
.1.1 i-i.d lllt-ellllg III I III- Miil'Mlolh-l
ol llm Uahu lliiilwii) A laiud Co. will
bu hvhl hi iho ollli j of ilii Couiimuy on
TIIUIIMILW, .lul) ITlh, IMi), nt
o'nlm'b I', ll.. fur Ilia ptirpo!' ot mvri
IiiiIib iimil frunt thu iHiiitnu'i-ir. and
ny uruur 01 mn i'ujidui
W, O, ajuii.isy.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
1 have been Instructed hv Mn. V.
KKFFKL, to sell at Public Auc
tion, nt my .S.ilefrooiii,
On 310SDAY, Juno IlOUi,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOO.V,
Situated In Nuuanu Valley,
Oppo-ite the residence of Mr;. 11.
Renlis, and at pi cent occupied by Mr.
Kcftid n a family 'icldeuce. ThOPro
pinty has n luge Jtont:.go on 2uuauu
Avenue. There !. a
2 Story Dwelling; House,
With Stables, Outhouses, Ltn., on
The grounds are planted with a large
assortment of Ro-e Tret;. ami varied
Flowers and a
Comprising the following FrulU:
Grnpiiliic, Pcachei. Apricots, I'hiui'-,
I'igj unJ other Mirletle. Lot contaiu
2 7-10 ACRES.
Water laid on thoioughout the place.
P.rtiei delrnus of purchasing n
hoiuotead, will mid this 'he inon desir
able lesblenee offeicd for snle, as It
combine-, the he-illhful climate of thu
Valley together with an eui-y accci" to
the city. '
tQ For fin llier pirtlcul ir apply to
F. H. Leffcl, on picmle", or to
JAS. F. MOI.'GAX,
530 7t Aiictloneer.
On. "WEDNESDAY, July 2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the residence of Ri:v. W. C. MHR-
RITT, I'uiiahoit College, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
The Entire Househ'ld Furniture,
Comprislbg in part
B.W. Mai hletop Tables,
t-eiurr OIa itugs,
1 1J. V. Com. llookcaFo & Desk,
1 Rogers Group of Statuary,
1 Marble Clock,
a Weh-ter'.s Unabridged Dictiona
ries, B. W. & Wickor. Rockers,'
Doeorntcd Hanging Lamps & Chan-
1 HanJbOme Koa Rookeas
Diiiwlng-rooin Portieres, Lace
3 B.W. Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
Woven Wire Mattrass-cs,
11. W. Uevolvlng Bookcase,
1 IS. W. Oaico 'Eible,
1 Revol. Office Chair,
8 Vols. John-inn Eneyclopcdh,
1 Vols. Hchaff-Ileivog Kncyclopc-
1 Magic Lanlern & VIowa. Also,
1 Lady's Saddle Horse,
3 Ilon-c?, broken to drive double;
1 1-year Old Colt.
1 Phaeton, in good order;
2 Large Omnibusses,
1 Side Saddle, 1 McMean Saddle,
SUs Hniiics-i, Ltc., Vac.
I- Piemb-cs will be open for Inspec
tion on Tuesday, July 1st. fiom t a. m.
to 3 l. M,
JAS. l- 310IIGAX,
WANTED at ONCE I
COTTAOI- within I wo
ir.S - ' ii. muinq infill
rvm - .... ., ... i. ,.,,t . f....
I . ...J y-f(..v., ... vib.llil. II, lit I
street, suitable for throe gentlemen for
HOIJSU with 7 rooms
jnTXrUit I, anil lilt h. on the cor-
UiSiZ&El ucr of Beretaula and l'cusa-
eola i-trt-ets. Cats pus the door. Ap
ply nt this oflleo. r.si tf
TO LET or LEASE
rpiIE Heshleuro of JIir. A.
I X Long, in l'auo.i Valley.
i Apply to
01 King St., fief J. NultV sloie.
10 ItliNT or LEASU
MfAT deflrablo Pieiiihes
on I oit '-trett, lu the
"Melnerny Block," recently
oi-eupled by,). X. S, Wlllhun". suitable
for rillleo or store. For lnfornuiilon
tipply tit ntlb'c I'tiloii linn Woil., h
pian'ade, or to
,;.!i nil TiNs-yjT'L'IVJ,s
II II Meaiiier W.ibniuialo
will Fall for Vtnlalua
i;lb&ajx and M iilatiiti
.In u llOlh, 'Uiiiodav, Jul
y lllll. Nl U
. i , .iii.l Homluy. am
a,v 'IMIKIili of July fulling
fift I on I'Hilfiv. dm kUmini'i'
tliii "KIuimi" will ull mi MUX
ut 10 tt'tiloiki July
oUT I tv
July 4, 1890,
, Osauaendac t 10:30 A. Id. fihir?.
Opcj to all Yuhts over t tons and
not exceeding 10 lon lu nieaemement,
pi oviUed, however, that this limitation
fba'd not apply to Yacht which wcro In
Hawaiian unlets and that catered tor
the nice of July I, issu,
The Hawaiian Challenge Cup &
Pennant for 1890, "
Donated by the Hawaiian Yachting
Asmiciatio.v, to bo sailed for annually
and conditional!;- uniler it- aupices.
Vr'on July 4, lb80, by Yacht lleahml.
Kry Couue to bo.sallcd, and printed
ruled, can bo bid lV nil Ynebt owneis
on application to the undersigned Com
liilltee. LUtof t-ntiie" will be open nt
the -lnio of the Hawaiian Kew.s Co., on
Merchant t-treet, until 0 a. m. the U id
f R. WILSON,
c. p. Luin:A.
J. M. UOWSE'lT.
XV. M. GtrrATtii,
Seciot.iry. GCS til
Hurrali for tie 4iii !
A Nice Assortment of California
Flower Pots, Blsc LiiMs,
Double ITcadei a.
Tiu Foil Torpedoes.
Htc, Ltc , Etc.
ALL at LOW PRICES
To close consignment.
C"JF" Bo:;e containing ISO pieces, as
sorted, for li5, at
Lewis J. Leyey's Auction Rooms
In Press New Edlilon
Ready Reference 4 Directory.
Being a carefully Compiled Register
of Voters for Noble-, iu the Dlstnct of
Honolulu. Containing the named, oc
cupations nud li-lriet aiidpiecincticsl-deuce-
of 1,700 voter, having Income-)
ot over ijliuO per iniiuui.
jrjT. Orders mav bu left at the Ha
v.Mil.iii News Co. iiSS tf
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
The Celebrated Rt:n-iiing.Slulliou,'She-
inndoaU" will stand
this fe.t'Oii at tho
For fuither particulars
at the Dairy. 0So 'Jm
Iiores & JUulofr For Sale.
T'HR following desirable hiiI-
55S .1 miiH w 111 lie pold nt a bar-
MO....U. sain, to u: ii run: louug
Ho-m's, 9 Young Mulex, shed by tho
Kentucky Jack Bluctier," 11 Brood
Mitres, expected fibortly to luiNO Mule
foals. Apply t
r.TO tf .12 Meicbaiit s reel. Honolulu.
Powell's I5af?sa;o Express.
JAS. POWHLL, formerly employed
at Unlou Feed Co. for tuveral
yeirJ, Inning gone Into the baggage
espies biifiues-i, solicits pationage.
.Stand, comer of King and Bethel
8Hfi-l. Oulers can be left at Young
Nap's cigar Maud, llagtragu delivered
with piomptuci-o and Taio to any pi-rt
of city. juiio 7-10
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
TkTOTlCn Is hereby given that at r
i'l iiiietliigof this AiHuuliiUoii held
this day, tho Chatter of Incorporation
was accepted aud purniiiut theieto the
fiillowlng Boaid of Directors, was
Geo. K. Boanbiian,
li-o, W. Smith,
A, W. Itlth.uil-.on.
S. 11. Rose,
W. A. Bow on,
Taeo. I1'. Lansing.
IIonohilu,.luue ll), H:jo.
'I'Iid object of the Atinirlatioii lito in
im'i age having-, and home building
iiiiu-ngllx iinaiiliurd by tiifoivlng icgn
l.ir iiiotitblv ihtpimlit; and loaning thriii
to I i iiieuibor.-i to in-nb. tlnuu III nciuh
imr. and IinpinWug ho ronof their ovvi:,
lu iiu'iiihri .no tlio oily Moek-hoM-er-i.
and all iu'oIU- at Mug tr.mi intoi.t,
iii-iiilniiu, line. ei ,iiivil'hli!il .unoiig
ii. luiiiibirx. wliKli iim'kih Ii iho ino.t
lb iiahk' ol iihu'i liutltutlon-, It U tin
in nt ilnalruhic Mtiiii'ii Iroiu wlileb to hoi.
row, iu It buiii Hi a lo.v rato of lutnieu
ilpon (my ti'iius of iiionlbly piiymuiitt,
uiul all iliikiiliur in litumio innmbmN
lini)lii liiuVo I'liifMHllilu npi!l(vi!jnu for
Mailk. Tiibu, P. I.AnKI.VO,