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THURSDAY, JULY 0, IfitHO.
.lu'iy 2 -Slim-J
A Cummins fiom Koolau
July a -Kttiu
Jas Maker, from Kami
Ml ti S Nlprlc. Met'iiiley, from llllo
Aih b;tt V 0 Irwin, Mo. ullocli, H days
trom San Francisco
Sehr Kawnllanl from Koolau
Selir M 15 lV'tr Horn Kmi.il
Htnu- Pole for Lnhtitita nuil Kut.alatt at
10 h m
Mtinr lwalanl for Lahidna nml Ihtma-
kua nt 10 n m
Stmr Vuiin:iuali for Wnlulitn uud Wal-
untie at 0 a m
Am bU James Chcstou, Plumb, for
Scbr Lavlnla for Ktiuitt
fcttr.r ,T A Cummins for .Viuil
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Ax unfurnished cotlngo i. wanted.
Tur, U. S. 8. Nipsie has
iiom her crtllso to llilo.
Tm: Nipsie, basehall. ti'iiiu was
beaten by Iho llilo Irani.
REFORM MASS MEETING,
IC ftiftrntlnii of 3lv. Ynniig'n
Tiir. prison gang nt-pdlid on
(dreel again this morning.
Paia plantation is paying n dhi
ileml nt the ollico oi GtWle k Cooke.
VESSELS ItAVIHu SATUfillW.
3 8 Australia. Iloudlette, for San
Francisco at 9 a m
Stmr lilluuea lion for Pepeekeo aud Ho-
nomu at 12 am
Stmr liauln for Koolau ports nt 3 p in
Stmr 0 U llibbop for.Wulttiiue, Wtiliilun
ut 0 n m
Br ship Uorrowdale, Guihile, for ban
Scbr Ka Mol for rutin
Sehr Mary for llatmlul
From San Francisco, pur brgt W O
Irwin, July li--FFIeher, Mrs J E Mo
Culloeh, nml 2 children.
For llamal.ua, per stmr lwalanl. July
3-C Mergcrson, Jno Magulre, lion 11
1? Baldwin aud G Haidy.
From banal, per stmr James Makce,
July 311 U Spalding and wife, Mr Ot
toman and '23 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
USFS Charleston, Bear-Admiral Geo
Brown, from San Francisco
II B At S A coin, Geo K A Pollard, from
Esqnlmnult, B O
Br ship Bonowdale, Guthrie, fiom
Am miss packet Morning Star, G F
Qarlaud, Iroin .South Sea Islands
Am bl:t W 11 Dimond, F P Drew, from
Nor ship Thor. V K Steineit, from
Newci'lo, X 3 V
Am bk Opblr from Newcastle, NSW
Am bk Ceylon, It Gulh&uii, from San
Ger bk G N Wilcox, Itasch, from Sau
Legislative leport and Supieine
Court enlomlut appear on (lie tonrih
II. W. Schmidt & Son? will open
Ihi-ir Mom; on Saluiday, July fi, nt I'J
Fou Iho uventsof tho-tth July rend
thi) various olltcial announcements in
Tm: regular monthly meeting nf
the Ai ion Society will he held to
night instead of lo-tnnirow night.
Messiis. It. anil M. l'ngil, eoiii'iue
of Lord Pa got, England, ro doing
tho islands, being now on Ivuuni.
The Wainaku tugnr mill, llllo,
two weeks ago did tho biggest wotk
ever done there, turning out 10f tons
Among the events of to-niotrow
will be a t.tco between two ciews of
tho Myi tie Boat Club, Alice M. and
Stranger being tho boats.
FOilEitltl VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bkt J A Fulkcnburg, from Peru, (for
Kulmlui) due May 7
Br ship Blcugfleld sailed from Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug '21
Ger Ok Adonis from Bremen
Ger bk Faust, from Kew Yoik
Bk Undo Jobu, from Newcastle, duo
Br bk Birker from London, sailed Apr
15, due Aug 25
B M S S Aluineda, Morse, from San
Frauclsco, eu loute to the Colonies
due July 6
Am lk Aldeti Besse. Howard, from San
Francisco (for ICauului), duo June
Am scbr Anna from San Franchco (for
Kabulal) due June 17
Bk C D Bryant, .Taeobseu, from San
Francisco due July 15
Bk Forest Queen, hiding, from San
Friiiclsco duo J uly IS
Bkt Jno D Spreckels from San Fran
cisco due July 20
Bk LadyLampson,Sodergren, from San
l-'r'ini'isen dun .Inlv 51
1-mstd scbr Olgrt, Iloilin, from San
Fianciseo due July 10
4-mstil scbr Bobert Lowers, Penliallow,
trom San FraneUco due Jtdy 1!)
Bkt Quickstep from Sau Francisco (for
Uito) due July 20
Tern W S Bowne, Bluhm, from San
Francisco duu atMaliukoua July 19
Brbk Gei van from Liverpool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 1D-30
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C R BIsbop1059 bags paddy, 821
bags sugar, 000 bags rice, aud 100
bags rice bran from Koolau
Stmr Kaala 1812 bags paddy from
Stmr Jume3 Makee2111 bags sugar
Scbr Mary K Foster 170 bags rlco from
Schr lfiiwallanl--SG0 bags rlco from
The steamer Klnau will leave on
Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
The bark James Cbeston sailed to-day
for Port Townseud.
TUe total number of deaths re-ported
for the month of June, lb'JO, was -19,
distributed as follows :
Mlt. Jns. F. Moigun will sell
Iioispe, hrtrnof?, etc., on .Sututduy
next, at lii o'clock noon, in front of
his salesroom, Queen Mreot.
The Legislature passed ihe plant
blight and insect petts bill, second
reading, to .be lead a third time on
thu 10th, nml atli-.lo mljounied till
10 o'clock Monday.
I. - - -
Admiral Brown and etnll", with
Mr. and Mra. Sevuiauce, will assist
Mr. and Mrs". Stevens in tho iceep-
tion at thu United Stato3 Legation,
July llh, fiom -i to ( p. ni. ,
. at . '
Mr. Win. Williams, tho lighthouse
kcepei, better known as Bill Wil
Hams, leaves byjhe Austialia, Satur
day, to visit hiold home near Bos
ton, which place he left in July,
1S3L Mr. Williams will he absent
from here about twu months.
Tun lleuluni Boat Club will have
a six-oared eliding-seat boat race at
0 o'clock to-morrow morning, start
ing fiom tho can buoy in tho harbor
to and around the spar buoy and le
turn. The boats will bo tho Kaiu
lani, Carl Widemann, captain, and
the Poomaikelani, W. II. C. Greig,
captain. The cicws nave been in
training since May, aud a good race
EVENTS THIS EVEKIKC.
Ntiunnu Chapter of Uosc Croix
No. 1 A. andH. R., at 7:30.
Meeting Board of Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7:30.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rillen,
PRESENTED o" THE KIHG.
At10:S0 o'clock a. ni. yesterday,
were presented to the King at the
Palace: Major E. B. Stonchill, Mrs.
G. King, San Francisco; Mr. F.
Blrdsall, Miss Etta Birdsall, Mrs.
Jas. N. Porter, Sacramento.
His Majesty was attended by J.
W. Robertson, Vice-Chambcrlaiu.
From 30 to 10. .
From 40 to f,0. .
From B0 to CO. .
From 00 to 70..
..80 Females, 1U
...20 I Great Britain..
...11 I Americans
...21 Other uiitloiid..
Under 1 year.,
From 1 to C. .
From 0 to 10..
From 10 to 20
From 20 to SO
CAC8C Or DEATn
OAliU LODGE NO. I.K.GF P.
On Wednesday evening July 2d,
at 8 p. in., Dep. Sup. Chan. Bio.
David Daytou installed the follow
C C, Bro. II. C. Reid.
V C, Bro. R. Cuyford.
Pi elate, Bio. John Degraves.
M at A, Hermann Horn.
I G, IS. Wolters.
O G, John Buckley.
K of R & S, John O. White.
J mm 18S8 i
DIs. of Heart.... 1
Natural Causes. 1
Old Age a
Typhoid Fever.. 2
.411.111110 183'J 30
.31 JuticlS'JO 40
Annual death rate per 1000 per
Unwalluus , 20.00
Chinese ,...., ...18.85
All" other nationalities , 10. CO
C. B, Rr.YXOLDS,
Actctil- Board of Health.
EXCELSIOR LODGE HO. 1, 1.0.0. F.
In tho absence of Bro. M. D.
Monsarrat,D.D.G.S.,Bro. J. Etntne
lutb, assisted by Bros. W. O. At
waler, A. W. Richardson, C. J.
Fishel, J. D. Tucker and J. J.
Lecker, installed the following oftj
eers for tho current term, Tuesday
Bro. A. K. Weir, X G.
Bio. J. M. Out, V G.
Bro. L. h. La Pierre, Secretary.
Bro. J. J. Greene, Treasurer.
Bro. W. C. Parke, Warden.
Bro. F. W. Mclntyre, Conductor.
Bro. G. Johnson, I G.
Bro. S. Savidge, Chaplain.
Bro. S. B. Rose, RSKG..
Bro. J, J. Lecker, L S N G.
Bro. T. J. McLaughlin, RS VG.
Bro. W. Ross, L S V G.
Bro. T. W. Rawlins, R.S S.
Bro. E. Hinglcy, L S S.
After the lodge- closed the mem
bers were regaled with ico cream,
cake, and other refreshments.
su'pIeme court. .
-f X ' rho Dully Bullctlu." CO ceiiu
Tuesday, July 1,
In re estate Malia Kaniho (w.) of
Ilanamaulu, Kauai, deceased tes
tate. Petftiou of Win. Kumahiat
for probate of will, continued from
June 24, 1890. Ordered that will
be admitted to prohato and that
letters of Administration with tho
will annexed he issued to petitioner
under 8100 bond. Appeal noted,
W. O. Smith for petitioner, J. II.
Bariuiaba for contestant.
M. G. da Sllvn vs. J. G. da Silva.
Petition for separation, continued
from yesterday, being heard when
noon recess taken. A. Rosa for pe
titioner, W. A. Whiting for defen-dnut.
A mealing of the Reform Party
was hold t the. Honolulu Killes
Aimory yesterday evening, to ratify
the ntiutlntilion of Mr. A. Young for
Iho vacant Noble seal. Otuug to
thu detention of Mr. T. C. Porter,
chalnr.nn, ut a registration board,
the meeting uus half uit hour later
in opening than thu time announced.
There was un attendance of two
bundled or more when the meeting
was called to oider at uiyhl o'clock.
Among those present were lions. C.
R. Bishop, W. F. Allen, H. M.
Whitney, P. lscnbcrg, II. P. Bald
win, (J. X. Wilcox, A. S. Wilcox, J.
M. llorucr, and W. V. Horner, and
many representative citizens.
Mr. J. 11. Fisher was elected se
cretary. The chairman gave a few
introductory reiuaiks and called on
Mr. W. CJ. 'Wilder.
Mr. Wilder did not think tun body
expected long speeches, or that any
speaker was prepared to make a
long speci h. Shortly after the gen
eral election the Bulletin said the
Reform Convention had made a mis
take in not nominating Mr. Young.
Hu thought himself it was a mistake,
and if ail who had "aid they thought
so would vole for him his election
was sure. Then they were told lltat
it was the height of impudence lor
the Reform Patty to put up a candi
date at all. That was not the kind
of politics he was used to, he believ
ed in having a contest whenever
there was a man to elect. He told
of John A. Logan's ' nomination to
Urn United Stales Senate, after u
long deadlock in the Illinois Legis
lature, to show the importance of
never yielding to tho opposite parly.
It was no use talking that night
about policies, the main thing was
to get in all their votes and elect
their man next Wednesday. The
past Government was not before
them now, bnt he believed thev all
felt that it, had done good work. A
National Reform Noble haid in that
building the other night that they
had turned out tho rottcnest adtuin
U ration lite qouulry ever had. lie
did not think there was a man
within hearing of his voice who be
lieved one word of that. Tho elec
tion was important, ai the seat was
for two more sessions after this, and
the Hctise was so evenly divided
that the man elected now might turn
the scale on very important mea
sures. They were not there to con
demn the new Ministry, they would
try them by their woiks. ihey had
nothing to say either against the op
posite candidate. Referring to Mr.
Wall's letter in the Bulletin, he
said that if Mr. Young showed abil
ity as manager of the Honolulu Iron
Works he wo u I'd represent the peo
ple ably as a Noble.
Mr. Alex. Young was received
with loud applause. He was glad
to meet so many of his friends, but
he had expected some of his ene
mies, and would like to have an
opportunity of explaining certain
grievances against him. 1 he Llele
hud an article discussing his char
acter, and if he had known ho was
so bad ho would not have consented
to stand. There was, however, not
a want that an' working man
knew, with which he was not con
versant from experience. One ob
jection heard against him was that
he was rich. Well, if plantation
stock was wealth, perhaps he was a
rich man. But the time seemed to
be approaching when the man who
bad the most plantation slock would
be the poorest man in the country.
Another objection was that he was
not married to a Hawaiian. This
he could not help, as there were no
Hawaiiatis in the country where he
was married. (Laughter.) Then,
it was said he would flood the coun
try with Chinese to the detriment
of other nationalities. There was
not a vestlgo of proof that he was
ao disposed, in the twenty years
and more that he had conducted
the foundry, many influential Chi
nese, including some who had given
him thousands of dollars' worth of
work, had begged him to lake Chi
nese itito tho shops. He refused
all such applications and warned
carpenters and others who were
teaching Chinese trades that they
were preparing trouble for them
selves, and these were the very men
who were now bowling at his alleged
Chinese proclivities. The speaker
had Indignantly replied to a pro
position that Scotchmen bo intro
duced for labor, by saying Scotch
men would never work on a level
with Asiatics on thu plantations,
and ho would prefer to manage four
thousand Chinese in the Held than
four hundred Scotchmen under
those circumstances. Anihlhat was
nil there was to what people were
hounding him about. It hud been
said that "Mr. Capitalist Young"
did not employ Chinese in the shops
because there was "a little mechan
ical dllucully" in the way. The
i fact was there were n hundred
Hawaiiuns in the woiks who could
be replaced to-morrow by cheap
Chinese labor if he desired, and the
imputation that he did not employ
Chinebc for that leitson was bimply
it lie. It was not truo that ho op
posed measures lor tho solution of
tho (jucstion in the interest of the
white and native mechanics. He
voted against the indellnito post
ponement of Mr. Kinney's bill.
SVheu he recently got the controll
ing interest in Pcpeikeo plantation,
he discharged every Chinaman theru
above it coininoii Held laboier.
(Applause.) Telliug a slory of
two Iiibli boys Irylugto get in a
boat, one bunging to tho other, and
the boat golnc down when the upper
one stopped "to spit on hi3 bunds',
Mr. Young snid the uhilo mechanic
was hanging on the planter, and
whenever the planter slops to spit
on hU hands the mechanic wilt go
down with him. Thu plantations
must have cheap labor. He was as
earnest as any of them in trying to
prevent any' Chinaman from hand
ling a tool in this country. Mr.
Young concluded as follows: It has
also been staled that I iin being
( lectcd lit order to oust the present
ministry. That is, I don't know
what l'o call It, it Is not true. I
hae nothing to say against them.
I have known some of them over
since 1 came to the country, many
from their youth up. Mr. Cummins
is a huge hearted Hawaiian and a
good man and it goodicpresontativo
of his race, a public-spirited man
too. 1 will support n Government
that will bo progressive in nil that
perlaina to the best good of the
people and that, while progressive,
will bo snlllciently conservative to
avoid launching thu country into
further needless debt. A Govern
ment that will without fear or favor
administer the laws of the kingdom
ns lite' exist ami that will seek to
introduce such further legislation as
may be still required for the better
government of His Majesty's .sub
jects throughout the realm. A
liovcriiinont'tbnt will, so far as may
be within ils power, foster, protect,
and seek by the introduction of
suitable labor, and otherwise to de
velop tbe mam nulustiics of inc.
kingdom. A Government that will
employ none but tho most MiUablo
and competent persons to till posi
tions iu all ils departments regard
leas of parly and thut will uphold
the dignity, honor and independence
of tho kingdom. And such do I
sincerely trust, gentlemen, may
prove to be the disposition and qual
ification of our present Cabinet, and
to which end let every honest man
who has the welfare of the country
at heart lend his aid and stippoit.
Mr. Young icceived long ami loud
applause as he sat down.
Mr. J. L. Katilukou never expect
ed to stand before such an influen
tial audience. His politic:) had not
always agreed with theirs, but he
was convinced that they hud the
right on their side. He was glad to
see such pleasure taken in their can
didate's speech, but that was not
enough. They must work hard to
get-in all the votes, up to live o'clock
on the Olb. Both candidates wcic
his personal friends, but he had no
doubt that Mr. Young was to be
preferred for election. One reason
lie had for opposing Mr. Merger was
because he heard him pledge him
self the oilier night to appose the
importation of material for public
woika by the Government. That
meant that Mr. Bcrger wanted to
throw all business of that kind into
the hands of speculators who would
rob the country, lie asked all to
strive for tho election of their can
didate, which would be thu best re
buke to those who were t'ing to
stir up trouble between natives aud
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan heartily en
dorsed the nomination and would
use all his endeavors to secure Mr.
Young's election. They wanted to
know if the mechanics were going to
support the best mechanic in the Ha
waiian Islands. The colicky policy
of some windy members of the Me
chanics' Union was that if a me
chanic gets to the top of the ladder
he is no more use. This parly lost
the general election because a few
had to do all the wotk. Mr. Mor
gon closed by apologizing to the
Bulletin for the cheek of the Re
form Party iu nominating a candi
date. (Laughter and applause.)
Mr. J. Emuicltith considered there
was no comparison between the two
candidates. It made him sick to
hear some mechanics talk. If Alex
ander Young had been an Insurance
agent theso twenty years, like C. O.
Berger, where would the mechanics
of this town stand to-day 'f The
planter only wanted what was fair
and square between himself and the
country. Mr. Young had the best
possible chance of knowing tho la
bor needs of the country, while he
was on tho right side regarding Chi
nese iu the trades.. No honorable
mechanic could join with the native
elements with which the Mechanics'
Union had formed a coalition. The
National Reform Party declared
against a family compact iu the Re
form Parly, but now seemed to he
running into a much bigger family
compact itself. It looked as if there
was "a nigger iu the fence" when C.
O. Berger and Henry Macfarlane were
before the committee and C. O.
Berger was nominated.
Tho meeting dispersed nt 0:'!0,
,V liarjre Unce Aoomi Wlitw.
A lOtirlecn-oar barge race be
tween crews of the U. ?.. F. S.
Charleston and II. B. M. S. A com
was rowed last evening. Tho event
had been looked forwaid to with
great Interest by people1 ashore as
well as by the ships' companies.
Fur two or three days previous It
was one of tho topics of talk, and
belting propensities were indulged,
the Clini lesion's boat being the
favorite. At f o'clock, tho lime of
starting, there wete thousands of
people on the city front. The decks
of steamers and sailing vessels lying
at the wharves were thronged, and
even their riggings laden with occu
pants. " The Acorn's crew had the loan of
the King's boat Hanakcnki. Thu
Charleston's crew used u ship's boat.
Two lieutenants, one from each of
lite ships represented by the. con
testing crews, and Captain Guthrie,
of the Borrowdalc, as referee, were
iu a sleain launch to follow the
barges nud bee fair play. The
starting point was at the cattle
wharf, nud the course from there
out of the harbor to a point about
one mile beyond the bell buoy, and
back again to the starling place, a
distance of five miles.
The start was made punctually
nt. tho time appointed, the Acorn's
oars striking water first. They led
from the beginning, and continued
to hold that position to Ihe end.
The Acorn won the race in
minutes, the Charleston coming in
50 seconds later. The victors won
in stakes S101I0.
The Acorn's crew were: Titos.
Gilbert and Wm. Callaghnn. strokes ;
Win. Brooking, John Ttcbble, Win.
Anthony, J. Hosier, l). Lee, J.
Scarle, A. Banow, J. Kelly, M.
Kisler, M. Payne, W. Harvey, J.
Rundle, and John Fox, coxswain.
YACHT RACE I
Fourth of July.
July 4, 1890;
Ccumcsdag at 10:30 A, 11. Dluip.
I YACHT RACE.
Open to all Yachts over .', tons and
not exceeding 10 tons hi measuieuieut,
provided, however, that this limitation
fh.ill not apply lo Yachts which were In
Hawaiian waters and that entered for
tho race of July -t, iss'.i.
The Hawaiian Challenge Gup
Pennant for 1890,
Donated by the Hawaiian Yachting
Association, to be stilled fur annually
and conditionally under Its auspices.
Woii July 4, 1S80, by Yacht lleulaul.
The finest selection of Fireworks In
town for alo at Auction Rooms of
Jas. F. 51 organ. Tlio as
X5osrTL X&oclcets I
Willow Tree Iloekcts,
Japanese Day & Night Shells,
Japanc.-c Figure ltaloons,
Large 20-ft. Baloons,
Lie., "Etc., Etc., Etc.
J1'I'CH LtCUH011Ull0 !
2d Pilzc-$50, donated by the
July Celebinilnu Committee.
2 YACHT RACE.
Opoii to all Yachts below 5 tons mea
surement. 1st Prize, 650; 2d 1'rUe,
$8d; 3d Prize, 820; 1th Prize, tlO.
Donated by the -1th July Celebration
RECEPTION m THE CHARLESTON.
Roar Admiral Brown, Captain
Romey, aud ollioors of the I J. S.
Flagship Charleston held a recep
tion on board, yesterday altornoon,
front 3 to C o'clock.' Invitations
bad been libetally distributed, and
the invited evidenced their appre
ciation of the honor by their pre
sence. The guests were conveyed
from lite shore to the ship by the
ship's steam launches. The Ad
miral, Captain, and olllcers were
assiduous and successful iu their
efforts to make tho occasion one of
enjoyment to the visitors. The
foreign sojourners in the kingdom,
and prominent citizens wero among
the guests. Social conversation,
dancing to music by the ship's band,
refreshments, and inspection of tbe
mLignifii'ient ship tilled up the time
Two or more boats must start to make
a race; three boats must start to claim a
2d prize; ." boats must stmt to eliitii a
ltd prize, ami seven boats must start to
claim a 4th prize.
Yachts in Race 1 will assemble off
the Paelllu Mall doek at 10 a. m. A
preparatory gun ivlll be llred on tbe
Judges' Itoar. at 10:13 a. m. The stait
Ing gnu will be fired at 10:150 a. m.
JS'otice to assemble the Yachts In Ilace
2 will ho given by tbe firing of a gun
from the Judges' V.oat, one-half hour
before the stalling gun.
No one will bo allowed on tbe Judges'
stand except by special permission of
Bach Yitcltl must be provided with a
&a?- Courts to be sailed, and printed
rules, can be had by all Yacht owneis
on application to the Secretary.
Liit of entries will be open at
tho htore of the Hawaiian News Co., on
Merchant street, until 9 A. M. the 3rd
oi j my.
C. 71. WILSON,
C. P. IAUICEA.
J. M. DOWSETT,
W. M. Girr.u:i,
Secretary. 1W3 td
HmTuli for His Mi !
A Nice Assortment of California
Flower Pols, Bin Liilils,
Tin Foil Torpedoes.
Etc., Etc , Etc.
ALL at LOW PRICES
To close consignment.
C?7" Ttoxcs containing 180 pieces, as
sorted, for $1G, at
Lewis J. Levey's Auction Rooms
1F you want a lino cigars
1 ltUuLiAlvJilrj 01 MURlh
Hurrah for the 4th of July
1 the Programme of
the Fouith of. July,
1 o'clock r. M.. at
1st Prize. 2d Prize.
150 yards Race 9 10 . S3
SL'indlng Long Jump r
without weights It). - 0
Running Bases 10 ,; "5
100 yards Race. . . . . . 10 fl
Sack Race, 10 sacks 7 f r.
long 10 5
Throwing Hammer. .. 10 3
Tug of War
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POIt S'AK" F-RANCISCO,
The AI Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the abovs
TWAINS WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
at 7 A. M , 8 A. .M., 0 A. M., 10 A. St.,
11 A. M., 12 31., .1 1. St., 2 V. 31., :i
r. 3i., 4 1 31., and 5 i 31.
TWAINS WILL LEAVE PEAWL CITY
at 8 A. 31 , 0 A. M.,10A. M., 11A.M.,
12 31. .11'. 31.. 2 I". SI., a IN 31., 4 1". M.,
0 v. 21., and 0 e. si.
Saturday, July 5tx
Avt I) O'oloolC.
For Prolght or Fussngc, npply to
WBI. Q. mwiU &. CO., Agents.
eat Cattle I
July 21 st,
II. M. WHITNEY, -Til..
Maj. W. II. COIJNWELL,
W. II. HOOOS,
J. A. G1L.MAN,
Committee on Sports.
j 'ion jamais.
Building & Loan Association,
Tho following guests worn enter
tained by Ilia Mnjesty tho King, at
breakfast, this morning, the Queen
being absent through indisposition :
II, 11. II. Princess Liliuokalnni,
lion. J. O. Domini?, Hon. A, S.
Clcghorn, Le Comic Andor Sztg
henyi, Ifo Cotnte Axol Wachlinels
tcr, Col. G. W. Macfarlane, II
M.'s Chamberlain, Hon, B. F. Dun
ning, -Mrs. B. F. Dunning, Mrs.
Helen Mather, Mrs. K. B. Bail,
Major J5. U. Htonehill, .Mrs. S.
King, Mr. James W. Hobertsoii, H.
M.'s Vlce-Chainberlaiu, Miss Alice
Dunning, Miss K. D. (Jim I:, .Airs.
James W. Bobertson.
T11K tlrst regular monthly meeting
for the collection of dues and
loaning of fund, will be held at
Meluerney lla'l, Fort struct, on MON
DAY EVENING, July 7lh, nt 7:1)0
o'clock. The MeniberiJiip Fee so cents
per share, and Monthly Dues 81 per
share, will be due then from Mihscribur.
A fall attendance is desired.
Gi:o, E. BOAltDMAN,
Tiiko. F. Lansixo,
Secretary f.'.KI 3t
A Detachment of tho Roydl Ho. Band
Will bo In attendance at
Remond Grove !
For the beiieflt of thoso who wish to
Popular Rites' I Round Trip Tickets !
Adults : : : :
Children (under 10 y. old)
CS?- A Special Train will i
Pearl City and Iloiiotilhili.
bale at Pearl Oil v.
: 25 Cents
iiflf My Excursion
will bo sold at Public Auction,
nc KatilUluui, Jlaul,
loo em Cows a Calvss,
MORE or X.ESS.
t?f" A good opportunity to procure
lino stock. 070 lm
A. G-. SILVA,
CD & 67 Hotel Btroit,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Fine Upholstering and Bedding a spe
clalty. juuo Hi-Cm
i--f-r, Tho Knpn flros,' Steam
?StASc.y Launch will run every hour
fcpjgSgSk from Aid's wharf in the
Ewa Lagoon to and around Ford's
Island, boginning with Iho arrival of
the llrst train from Honolulu on the
liiorulnt: of Friday next, the Fourth of
July, offering a rare opportunity for a
pleasant excursion ' on Pearl Itlvcr
BfiST Itcfrosliments at holiday prices
to be lud on thu Launch and at Ford's
Special Holiday nates ol Fare 1
EST Tickets from Aid's wharf to, or
around Fnrd'H Island and return,
Twenty-tlvu Cents (35c). M)5 it
Hawaiian Tramp Co.
aTooliuB r SlMUncil.Iora. h or July Arrangements.
"VTOTIOK Is hereby given that a spe-
.Jct a, A N IJnfurn
MM A Boomed
fcgjg&S town. Apply
inUlii-d 2 or 3
at this oltlce.
not lw rosnoiiMbln for any
bills atralnfit the Steamer "Aka
mai'' union inum red by my written
order. 0. P. UASTLK.
Honolulu, June 7, 100. f7f. tf
THE Steamer Waimaiialo
will sail for Walahm
and Waluimc, Monday.
Juno 'JOtb, Thursday, July 3rd, at a
a. 3!., and Mondays aud Thursdays
thereafter. f'Jl lw
Sale of Fancy Article I
rpiIERK will bo a sale of Fancy Artl
JL cles, chlclly Hawaiian, at Queen
Kmma Hull, on FltlDAY. July 11,
1600, for the benefit of that Institution.
Refreshments will bn served. 581 td
npbo Cclobratcd Run-
apply at tho Dairy.
Him: Stallion "She
nandoah" will stand
this season ut the
For further nartlculniH
NOTICE to CltEDITOItS.
X SM (O.lllllliB,
pureiy loe.nl nuttier--
to foreign eouatrjo., ,! per
neetbiL' of the Hnckhohlcis
of the Oahu Hallway A- Lund Co. will
be held nt ihe oillce of Iho Company on
THURSDAY, July I7ih, is'Jt), at u
o'clock I. M for tho purpoto of accept
ing the road from thu coutractur, and
amending the by-duwe.
Uy order of ihu President.
W. O. ASHLKY,
ON this day tho U
run between Chin
hourly ears will
Wuikiki commencing lit Chlftcco Theatre
al0;lG a, u., thereafter nt IU ami -PI
minutes past each hour, the lust cur will
leave for WulUkl ut r:10, for ltlllu
Walklkl for town at 2 ami 32 minutes
piibt each hour commencing at 1U:UJ
until 0:02 r. si. &yj2t
ALL persons on tho Islands of Oahu,
Molokat and Maul, having claims
against thu Hawaiian Pacltlo Cubic Co.
me requested to present the &ume for
adjustment to W. O. Smith, Attorney,
on or before July 2, 16U0.
J. 8. BARTHOLOMEW,
01 lw; President ifcTreastuer.
"j)r. HENRI G. McUHEW.
AFTKR an absence of four years iu
Paris, bos returned to his homo
on tho Islands, for the purpose of re
suming thu practice of medicine. Hu
may be found at his old oillce on Hotel
street between Fort and Alakeu streets.
OiUco hours fiom t to 11 a. si., and 'i to
4 aud 0 to 6 r. u. o7U lw