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MONDAY, JULY 7, IKitO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD COHPASY'S
Leave Mnnnna . .
Ai rlvo Honolulu
a. m. r. M.
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Leave Honolulu... !:yo
At live Mnnana. . . .10:1S
Leave Mamma.... 11:00
Arrive Honolulu.. .11 :48
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.'
A bma'mi house nntl lot nro wanted
i n .
Itnr tlio Hawaiian Hotel Stables
OaHU Lodge K. of P will bold a
special meeting this evening.
Jin. W. 0. Aehi will not pity debts
rout raced in his uatuo without his
Tub building on King street liilli
orto used by the Trnttiwuys Co. as un
Cilice is to let.
Co. A. Honolulu ltiilos intend
holding a piunio nt lttiymoml Orovo
on August 2nd.
Stinr'.Miknliala from Kauai
Stmr Llkellku from Maul
Stun- .1 A Cummins Irom ICoolati
Stmr Kalintloa from Kauai
Sunt- Klnau for Hllo and way ports nt
10 a in
Stmr uokolli for Molokal at B p tn
Stmr J v i mutniua for Kooliut at D a m
Stmr Walmaualo lor V ulau.ie and Wal-
alua at 0 a m
Br ship I mrowualc, Guilulc, for San
Siitr Mtuv lor tlamilct
Selir l.uvuim for Kauai
Sohr ltaw.iilant for ioo an
Stmr Walalealu for Kilauea and Ilatia-
lei at 4 p in
Tern Allien lor Konn
VESSELS lEAVM; TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lehuafor .miu and Hal.alau at G
Stmr .ins Mnkec for Kapaa t C p in
Stmr Miknliala for .vutiai at r p in
Stmr Kaliniloa lur l nuuinaulu and Xa-
v illwlll tit r p m
Stmr Like iku lor Maui at 5 p in
Sclir Surali & Eliza for Koulau
Mn. Jas. P. Moignn will liold nn
auction salo of liorsc.i and cairingea
-i m m i-i..
Tun Tost Ofllce dpsnatehed by the
Australia on Saturday u'JO'J lelleis
and 25M prints. -
Ail otllcera Fitst BaWalion, K. V.,
are requested to attend tho monthly
meeting thi3 evening.
To-morrow evening, at 7:30, tho
National Keforni party will hold u
innda meeting at Palace Square.
Tun annual cxanriuation3 of St.
Louis College cumuienct'd to-day,
and wuh hugely attended by parenta
and friends-. The examinations will
Mr, Dan Lyons, inannycr of the
lileln, was aric.-ti'd this morning for
libel tin Mr. V. K. Caetle in tlm hit
et i.-Mti! of that paper. Ho gavt bail
of $2C0 to ai l,fcu1' '" tho Polieu Cuurt
The Hawaiian Opera IIouso will
be opeped to-morrow vvetiin; by the
Tivoli Gaiety Oonip.tny. 'Ihe com
pany is ciiiupii&i'd of hulks and gen
tlemen of nuiro than oriliuarv repu
tation. Ileeatly lur u ticket at Mi.
L. J. Levey'B office.
FiomwindaiU por s per stmr Like
like. July ol) i avis, iiuii W u i orn
c 1. Umiiig Leung. John Xobli-, Mla
J hcliohz, CarlLeoimid, Lauls Tun, t;
Wiu.ui, is. i eleu Wilder. M1S3 e
Lalue, 11 ti Whin. U P Wilder aud
wife, Master A llder, S ile an ey.
Hon ii P Baldwin, .laina, mid Ah Yitn.
J?or Maui and Hawaii per tuir liin.iu,
July 7 For Volcano: . i-w II IS u-h-inan,
MUs elen JJieksou, J 11 and W
Thuinas, Mrs Thomas. Alias Tliomus
For Lahuiua, Hllo, and way ports:
MHsC3 lesuiidur 2), vUses .Miuaiiud
llattie F..ibes, Miss A iteliLOck, Miss
llignt, tJ Davis, W It uthbert, A Wan-
Bey, . rot W T Briguaui, Jir hticot.
11 Uaikc, a Kimura, L Aseu, G . Na
waukoa, Mastmsltycroft (i), Jllsa Ky
croit, 11 1! Cutter, MUs Cnrter, Mis A .
Lyons and 2 children, Judge L Mc nlly
and 40 deck
From i- ttal per stmr Mlkaliala, July
C v ureler and wife, C Koeiliug and
family, F I Turner, A B Huff, I Love
laud, S K Kaeo, Mrs R Fountain, M
ltego, A Lltidenirtun, W Eassie, Mis
Jlls.1 and son, A li Alesauder, W Chatn
betliu aud 43 deck.
For Hie Colonies per S S Alameda,
July o Jllsses Colllu- (i), D d'Avignon
aud 55 in tiausit.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
LiUellke 1050 bags sugar, CO bugs po
tatoes, 20 hogs. 120 hides, 3 horses,
70 pkgs sundries.
Llikahttld 5S4 bags sngtr, 200 bags
lice, 7 horses, and 15 hides from
Kaimlloa 4024 bJgs sugar, and 50 bags
pla from Kauai.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S F S ( harlcston, Rear-Admiral Geo
Brown, from San Franohco
H B M S Acorn, Geo N A Pollard, from
Esqnimnult, B O
TJ S SNIpslc McUtuiey, from Hilt)
USS Itoquois, Bishop, from San Fran
cisco Br ship Bonowdale, Guthrie, from
Am miss packet Morning Star, G F
Garland, from South Sea Islands
Am bkt W 11 Dhnoiul, E P Diew, from
Nor bhip Tlior, W E Steinert, from
Am bk Ophlr from Newcastle, NSW
Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, fioin Sun
GcrbkG N Wilcox, Rnsch, from San
4-mstd scbr O'ga, Rodin, from San
Am bgtne W G Irwin, J E McCullocb,
from Sun Francisco
F0REI..U VESSELS EXPECILD.
Br ship Blenglleld sailed fiom Liver
pool pr lb. due Attg'21
Gcr Ok Adonis from Bremen
Ger bk Futm, from New Yoik via Bra
Bk Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Brbklhiker Irom London, sailed Apr
1 due tig i'5
Am lik Alden Ises-e. "ownid, from Sun
FraueUco (for Kahulul), due June
Bk C D Bryant, Jacobsen, from San
Fi auclsco utte July 13
Bk Forest Qiteeu, lud
Fr nelsco duo lily 18
Bk Lady Lainpiin,Sodi'igren, from ran
r'lauelsco duo July 21
4-mstd schr Robert Lewew, Penhallow,
f i om San Fraiiehco due .Inly li)
Tern V S Uowne, Dliihm, Uoin Sun
Frnuelseo dun ut.Miiliukoua illy 19
Brbk Guivan li om Liveipbol, nailed
May 10, due bept 15-30
Haw S a Ciiludlne from Glasgow
Oi.or Rudolpli, the Swedir-h sailor
wlio leceived M-rioiia iujtuiia on llic
bead on boaid thu Bulixiun bulk
Ojthir, lar-t Saturday morning, died
hi. tile Queen's llo.'fpitiil at 5:30
o'clock Sunday nfieinooti. '1 lie
Ophii's Aug was at half mast to-day.
Mns. Eva Johnson, artist, formeily
of New Yoik, has opened a t-tuditi ut
27 Alakui street. A life ize pastel
portiait of Mrn. Chas. Nieolls' little
hoy, thu woik of Mrs. JuIiumiu, is on
exhibition ai tin Hamilton, and
tipeaks highly for thu lady's artistic
Mu. Jaa. Welt-h has received a let
ter from Sun Francisco, informing
him that Peter Jackson, tho Austra
lian champion heavy-weight, will ar
rive here by the Mariposa next
month. Airnngemcnts will be made
lo have an exhibition in tho Opera
Billy Murphy and his brother
gave an exhibition of boxing at the
Commercial Saloon last Saturday, in
presence of a Iarco number of spec
tators. The exhibition seemed to be
very much appieciated by the spec
tators. At the close a gold-bended
cane was presented to each of the
A dinner, party was given on
Thursday evening, July 3rd, at the
Branch Hotel, Waikiki, by Mr. A.
Fowler. The party consisted of 24
persons. The dinner was prepared
under the superintendence of Mrs.
White, manageress of tho Branch
Hotel, to whom great praise was
given. Eating was followed by
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K
Band concert at Emma Square,
Meeting of Hawaiian Lodge, F.
and A. M., sit 7:30.
Monthly meetin.' Harmony Lodge
I. O O. b, at 7:30.
Meeting Stair and Line Offlcers
Honolulu Rifles, at 7:30,
hiding, from Sau
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. It. Hulstead and family deaiic
to thank their many friends for their
kind (.ympatliy, for their floral offer
iugs, and for other aid rendered at
thu funeral of the late E. IlaUtead.
The Hawaiian Hanrt will
publiu concert at Emma
The brlgantluo JnoD Sp'eckels arriv
ed ut Kubiilul, 1 ucsday, fiom San Fran
cisco, and will sail u'alu f om lhat poit
with sugar for San Francisco July 0.
Tbobaikett lno V tl I liiioud will
sal for Mill Francisco Wednesday.
I he follow inn weio shippers of caigo
per Austin la July 5: WO It win & i ,
12,150 bgs sugar; Hyniiiu Bros, 7(10 bgs
lien; .M Phillips & Co, 710 bags; Wo
.sing Co, 400 bugs; Slug hong & Co,
53 i bugs; M S Grhibuum & o, 11)00
bags; FBmge.s, 307 bnehs buuauus;
Shaw &Teny, 60 buihs; CIiuh L Hop
kins, 057; mnpbell, Mnisliull & Co,
4838buehs; P G ainatlnos. 1U9 boxes
fruits; F F Porter, 12.11 hides and 800
skins Mi'Uic-uey & Sons, 211) hides
and 00 bUus. Domestic- aluc, 8110,-400.14.
thin evening at 7:10 uMock. The
following la the piogi amine:
Overture Jolly Robbers Puppo
Jtaliud t'nrnlng Beethoven
i oini'tolo 1 silent Millie hll g
Selection It ccai'clo Supiiu
One, Two, Thiee, tnur. Maul. Ohele.
Fantasia - Night Alarm Brooks
v uttz rtl iLilo
Mosuav, July 7.
Tim House was opened with prayer
by Chaplain W'aialnau bl 10 o'clock.
A quorum being pieseiit ten minutes
later, Secretin y Clms. Wilcox and
In'erptcter W. L. Wilcox read the
inluutus of hut meeting.
Noble Mnrsdrn read n petition
from Z. K. Moyei-3 for S200.G0 to
pay salary claimed due him as book
keeper of the Honolulu Waterworks
in 1880. Finance committee.
Noble Wulbridge, from Maui, 2G0
names, that both terms of court be
held at Wailuhu. Tabled.
Rep. Kalua, for 83000 for a road
from Lalialna to join new road from
Wniitikti. Public lands.
Rep. C'ummiugs, from Honolulu,
for appropriations S5000 for build
ing a road from Nittpaipai to Liliha
street, 85000 for building a road
from Smith's bridge to Liliha street,
$7000 for a road from Liliha street
to JutUl street. Public lands com
mittee. Rep. White, from Lnhaina, that
load boards be abolished and road
supervisors restored. Tabled. That
an ollicer be appointed at Laiiaiua
to look after truants. Education
committee. That the importation
of labor be discontinued, and that
natives lie lorbidden to enter into
labor contracts. Tabled.
Rep. Kniuui, Irom liana, that
nativ. s be allowed lo treat lepers,
and that lepers at the settlement be
allowed to lecetve visits from their.
friends. Sanitary committee.
Noble Bnrchardt leportcd from
lli accounts committee, saving it
had authorizi d cirlaiu printing ac
cuLiitb being paid out ol legislative
expenses, but doubted whether
others might not to come out of de
Noble Mat far!anp,MinistfrBrown,
Noble UauiVin and Hep. ICalua dis
cuss d the point.
lite President sail there was
nolhit g beforu the House, us the
committee had only given a verbal
Ri-p. Kalua presented a report
from the select committee on salaries
deputy clerks Supremo Court, re
cuminciiiliug S4UU0 lo First, and
S3U00 to Set ond Deputy. Tabled
for eotiMderat on with bill.
Nolde Macfailane piesentcd a re
port from committee on resolution
for subsidy to Kapiolani Maternity
Home, recommending that the
amount of 81300 moved for be ap
propriated. Tabled for considera
tion with bill.
Rep. Brown, of the opium com
mittee, said some of the members
weio willing to report now, but
others wanted to get evidence of
another witness. They had taken
over 1000 pages of testimony.
Rep. RicUard moved a resolution
to instruct the sergeant-at-arms to
supply sufficient copies of the Ap
propriation Bill, so that every mem
ber of the House could have one.
Noble Macfaiiaue said tho expense
was unnecessary, as the bill appear
ed in the Finance Minister's report.
Noble Baldwin moved that the
accounts committee be instructed to
pay for printing of department re
ports out of appropriation for legis
Noble Wideraann thought tho re
solution should be laid on the table
until the committee' could investi
gate what the practice had been.
Noble Baldwin said that if the ex
pense was put on the departments,
these would be inclined to submit
their reports in manuscript, nntl
then the House would have to wait
in sumo cases two months for the
Noble Wideraann simply contend
ed that the pen-on who contracted
an account should pay it.
Rep. Brown aigued in favor of
the lltiuie paying lor the work, the
di'purtmeiits having previously ad
vertised lor tenders.
Noble Btuvhaidt explained some
points laised by previous speakers.
The resolution, amended by in
cluding translating, cuuicd.
Rep, Kahookano read a first time
his bill to create a hureuu for con-
nmondmnnt entirely out of order and
contrary to law.
Tho resolution carried.
Hep. Kahookano gavo noltco of a
bill containing a net. election law.
Also, of a bill requiring the Minister
of Interior lo call tenders for new
Hep. Apiki moved for nn appro
piiation of S1500 for a new court
house in lCutiit. Tabled fur consi
deration with bill.
At llioOthc House took icccs9
till 1 :30 o'clock.
News ha3 just reached this' office,
as we are c ing to pres3, that Mrs.
lUnry N. Castle has nut with nn
accident, resulting in her death.
Particulars uol to hand.
FOR THE CHALLENGE CUP.
The first class yacht race on Jttby
lib, under the direction of the
Hawaiian Yachting and Rowing As
sociation, for the Hawaiian Chal
lenge Cup and Pennant fur 1890,
won by the Ilealani on July -Itli,
1889, was a most interesting event.
Though the morning was a little
drizzly and comparatively calm
within tlio harbor, the wind aud
weather were very favorable for
yachting outside. Crowds of peo
ple thronged tho city front and
watched the maneuveiings in the
At 10:15 o'clock a bomb was
fired from "the bow of the tug Eleu
U3 a preparatory signal to the yachts
and at 10:30 the starting signal was
The Hawaii was first to cross the
lino at the lighthouse, and Betting
her spinnaker went "scootim;" to
sea. Tlio Spray crossed second,
eight seconds behind tho Hawaii;
the Healuui third, 50 seconds after
the Spray; and the Ilelene fourth,
two minutes later than tLe first
,ucht. It was ptet'.y to see the
four yachts spiead their wings and
Uy lefiite the wind.
Hit Hawaii rounded the bell huny
first, and taking a stiff breeze laid
close to it for the -take boat nt Dia
mond Head. The Spiny and Iha
lani tucked in shore, while the He
Icnis followed the Hawaii. Tlieie
was all the wind the yachts needed,
their lee rails going tinder at times.
The Hawaii made the slake boat
handsomely, and was enthusiastic
ally cheeied by the people on the
tug close by. The Ilelene rounded
tlio stake boat second, in good or
der. It was nip and tuck between
the Spray and Ileulani, each doing
her utmost. 1 tic Spray 1 cached
the turning point just ahead of the
Ilealani, aud while b tli yachts were
rounding, the Ilealani's bowspni
fouled the Spray's maiuvail, splitting
it ut the end of thu boom. The
Spray, being slightly crippled by
the accident, gradually lell in the
rear. The three other yachts
crowded on all canvas for the run to
Kahhi stake boat.
Alternate breezes and light airs
were received as the yachts passed
the valleys uuu mountains. The
Hawaii gained on the run, while the
Helcne lost ground and was being
gradually gamed on by the Ilealani.
The Hawaii on rounding Kalihi stake
boat made for in shore, gaining
largely. The Hclene followed. The
Healani, by a false move missed the
state boat, and bad to tack for it,
thus losing several minutes and
allowing the Spray, whose Bail had
been mended, to catch up close to
her. A fresh breeze was taken on
the return off Kalihi. The Hawaii
held her own; the Spray passing
the Healani, gained on the Ilelene,
until she struck a calm belt and fell
to fourth place. The Hawaii round
ed the can buoy in the harbor, (the
finishing point), first, the Ilelene
second, the Healani third, and Spray
fourth. By actual sailing the Helcne
beat the Hawaii by 49 seconds.
following is the time of start and
ll. 111. li.
Hawaii 10 33 30
Spray 10 33 3S
DEATH BY DROWHIHQ.
A Chinaman was drowned nt the
Kinau wharf nt noon on Sunday.
Whether he accidentally fell fiom
the wharf iulo the water or other
wise is not known. A boy who wa9
in the neighborhood at the time
states that he saw the Chinaman
there, nnd heatd a splash in the wa
ter, while looking another direction,
tjloing to the spot, he saw the China
man disappearing under the water,
and raised an alarm. A telephonic
messago was sent to the Station
House, nnd polico ofllccrs were soon
at the spot, Two natives and a
Portuguese dived in search of the
body, and after several fruitless at
tempts, one of tho natives succeed
ed in bringing the drowned man to
the surface. The Chinaman had
been fully twenty-five minutes un
der water when recovered. The
body was taken to tho Station
Ilotiae, where a iury was empaneled
and an inquest held by Deputy Mar
shal G. lv. Wilder. The verdict
was to the effect that death was
caused by drowning, but whether
the diowning was suicidal or acci
dental the jury was unable to say.
The body of the drowned man
was identified at the Station House
by Pang Lutn, 4G Mnunakea street,
as that of his brother Ah Young.
Pang Lum had seen his brother
alive at 9 o'clock that morning, and
knew no reason why the brother
should commit suicide. Ah Young
was 22 years of age.
NOW IS' THE TIME !
53 ao BBS" fl
rpHl- dtik of the times ! Hart's
JL Deliiioiw Ioe Cream Soda, cool.
icfieMitig and invigorating, only 10
cents a (liiuk, sciv,.d at the Elite lee
Cioain Pallors. 5'JS lw
Society of the United States?,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. Tho additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of the runny attractive form9 offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, D PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC. .
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and cortaln, and Its
From ih6 iVeto York Sim, ApriUlk, 1890.)
Tho Largest Bushuna Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
Tho new businebs of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of tco hundred millions ofassur-
ancejor the year, aud is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JGSylnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiiau Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
E. R. nEKDHT, Presldeut & Manager.
Godfuey BnowN, Seorouiry & Treasurer.
John Ena, Vice-President
Cecil Bkowx, Auditor.
t F vou want a line cigars go
' MeCai dry's
to C. J
Building & Loan Association.
'rilE flrt lrgular monthly meeting
I for the eo lection of due and
lon.nl- g of fund-, wbl be held at
Melnerucy Ha 1, Foit stivet, on AluN
DvY EVEXLG, July 7th, at 7:30
o'clock. The Membnlilp Fr.e CO cents
per share, and .Monthly Dues $1 per
shaie, w li bedim then from sub&cilbers.
A full attendance is desired.
Geo. E. BOAKDMAN,
Theo. F. Lansing,
Secretary COO 3t
;awaiiai hardware go.,
Furt Street. Honolulu.
A SPECIAL nii'oting'of Oahu I odge
No. 1, K. of P., will be held at
their Castle Hall. THIS (Monday)
EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock.
J. C. WHITE.
593 It K. of It. . S.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will
not pay debts contracted in uij
name without my written order.
W. C. ACI1I.
Honolulu, July 7, 1890. fi'JS lm
.Mount Glial d Elleiibeig
lorn Itoiiku to llou-e....taust
Hawu I Puuol,
COMMENCEMENT WEEK AT
Monday, July 7, 9 a, m., exami
nations. Tuesday, July 8, 8 :30 a. ra., ex
aminations. Wednesday, July 9, 9 a. m., lan
guages, military drill, (one divi
sion); 2;30 p. m., concert by the
College Baud on tho premises.
All are cordially invited to assist
at these exercises.
Friday, July 11, 3 p. m,, closing
exercise,. Admission by ticket.
Theao will be glveii to tfio pupils for
ducting the education of Hawaiian
yuulh abroad, the bureau to be at
tached to ttio Foreign Office and
woiked with tlio as.istaucu of the
Buaid of Educ-atiou.
Rep. Murtjiies read a first time by
title his civil aeivlc- bill. He also tea'd
first lime his bill to license the sale a
of light nines and beer.
Noble Walbridge moved that the
Minister of Interior be instructed to
buy udtlilitiiiHl laud adjoining the
hospital at Wuiluku, for thu purpose
ot inlargiiig and improving the hos
pital, and that 3000 be appi updat
ed therefore. Tuhled for consider
ation with thu Appioprintion Lllll.
Rep. linker gavo notice of a bill
to authorize pl inters to import labor,
aud to repeal chapter 87 laws of
Rep. Paehnolo moved for a com
mittee of thiitecn to pay a visit of
inspection to thu leper villages on
Molokal, lo be accompanied by Dr.
Lutz and such other doctors as may
desire to go. '
Noble Pua moved nn amendment
that Dr. Lutz be authorized to re
lease auy persons found free of thu
I Tlio President declared the
Ilealani. ....; 2
Spray 2 48 67
By time allowance the Hawaii is
The judges were Captains J. A.
King. A. Fuller and J. Guthrie;
timekeepers, J. A. Spear and J.
llubaah ; btarter, C. B. Wilson. The
tug Eli ti, under direction of the
regatta committee, Messrs. W. M.
Giffard, C. II. Wilson, O. P. Iatiltpn
nntl J. M. Dowsett, took besides
the judges, a few Invited guests
over the i-ouiae. Tho Association
is to be congratulated on the success
of the legatta. .
UEKOnn UICKEHTOK, J.
ANYONE having private papers of
the late Jules Ta vernier will ob
lige by sending thorn to Mrs. Jules
Taveruler, 003 Powell street, Sau Fran
cisco. 008 3t
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"R!T i I
as meeting !
At Pttlaco. Square,
Tuesday Evening, July 8, '90,
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
TuntJDAT, July 3.
In re cstato of J. II. Coney, Peti
tion for further allowance for edu
cation and support of Wm. M.
Coney nnd dlschuige of trustees on
account of such payment. Petition
granted. Cecil Brown for petitinner.
rVO buy for cah a Small
L UoiiHounl Lot, w it It u
good title and ceutr.tlly
located. Call on Chris. Hammer, cor
ner King and Foil sltcet, for fiuthur
RT Prominent speakers will addreR3
the assemblage 503 2t
TYTOTIOE 13 hereby given that the firm
L of the Hawaiian Hotel ambles Co.
has been leorg.uilzed. Geoigo W. Mac
f u lams K. It. -Miles, W. Austin Whlt
1 ti ec, tiu-tcu anil ihos. S. Kny, have ra
llied fi-'Hii said lb 111 mid i.ll intercrts
nie now vo ted In I). Paul It. Uenberg,
V. 11, Corn well and S. I. Mniw, who
as co-pniluuib under .sulci linn imiiu
will curry on tlio but-lin's of Hack,
Hoiii'illug ami Livery Mahler and Im
pel ter unil Dculeis lu Live fetock.
Coin well, icsld ut of Wallukii, Maul,
fcliaw it Iseubcig, leddcutj of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
D F'ULR. ISENRERG,
WM. II. CORN WELL,
Honolulu,. hum 0. ItiDO, BOB 2w
Grianite, Iron and Tin Ware i
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER ffifeE.
House Keepsner Goods,
PLTTMBISra, TOT, COFFEE
on: Shebt Iron Work.
B. TEOMASf!njfl lno Pn
i53S& & Builder. i
I jl isiiiiuing now
H-i UJ 1 IKUU 1113
the olllee of the lluwallau
Tramways Co., (L'd),.on King sticet,
sulttibte cither for an uuicu or store.
Apply at tho lluwallau' Commercial
Salesrooms, ' 039 If
I WILL not bo responsible, for any
bills agulust thu Steamer "Aka
mai" unless Incurred by my written
order. G. P. CASTLE.
Honolulu, Juno 7, 1800. f73 tf
HE VEEKLY BULLETIN -
X d coltuui.s, purely local numer
al it I ei
to foreign countrlaH. C cr
estimates Clven en Brick, Iran, Stons &
Wooden Bul!i!lnii. Jobbing
KEHl'S FOU saw.
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiles 0x0 ml, white nnd Wuo;
MInton, Plastic and EucmiHtlo '1 lies In
vailous patterns, all UihU of Dralniige
txir Okkick Southeast corner Ala
kea aud Queen stieets.
mh I -00 lv
BEST PAPER to fcubrerlbc
nuuuue. ' ou
Jl for U tlio "Dally
oatl per mootu
-i r VOLUMES Euevclonaalla Britan
lr niea, Morocco bound, lu good
L, O, AJILED, Uo&CKSr.
Fort Street, : IIouolulu.
Ato now prepared to deliw Ico to uy put
of tie City,
Tho parking and shipment of coun'ry
ordtis will receive most careful attention.
All of our Tee is manufactured from
Pure Mountain Water, carefully tlltered
by thu Hyatt Puroi Water Co. Kilter,
whleh Is universally acknowledged to
he thu best (liter made,
Packages of Butter, Game, Flsb,
Meats, Etc, leceived for cold storage
In our Hefrlgcratlug Rooms at inode
condition, uovcr used.
KB Ice for sale at tho Factory at any
hour, duy or night. 6C3 lm