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CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
HB1V ttOS !
laclery For Sal!
SEW OOI T
SRW WOODS !
AST "MARIPOSA" 1 RECEIVED A
LARGE STOCK OF
Which aro now oponed out for inspection.
Choice Selection of French Sateenes !
I'usl Colors, about 150 Pieces at 26 cents a yard ;
SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, the Luteal Hovellie;
A Now Lino of TOYAI. BATISTE;
PERSIAN MULLS, in the Lnlest Resigns;
Lineu DOtiAViiN ! L.iucn Ltwu t
wish to cull the attention that 1 have this season imported tho Finest and
Best Selected Stock of
Of Every Description. ISO pes to select from. I have bought
1,500 Pisces of EiroMfiK 11 Boil from lie East
An Immense Assortment.
gj$f Ladies in want of Embroideries can save 30 per cent on ever'
Feb 1-90 Cornei" Hotel & Fort Sfcreo.ta.
B. F. EHLBES & CO.
oo fort sani-Easx.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A VERY LAROR ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Oent' Swriiieliimg' "Goods, &zc &c,
All will be sold at Reasonable Priecs.
&&" Our Dressmaking Department under the management of MISS
CLARK will be re-opened about May 12th
' ' ' "'! -M- " II.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy fiood
The following Mni'ltlncrv fonnina
part of iliu mi Mill Plant will bo oM
at public auction at nit early ditto utiles
disponed of previously by private sale
Putties rtolroits id puioh.wlngntiy pur
tlon of till Machinery can goi, parti
culiira and prices from the undersigned:
1 26148 11 & Searing,
Spare Gear Wheel & Pinion;
1 15x80 Engine, Spare Gear i heel iV.
5 MrOule Olmifk-is with Filling:., -1
1 Jnleo Heater, 11 ft. long 12 in. dia
2 M lit. W. I. Cleaning Patio, 0x12x2.7;
1 Ox" Double Kfieeti eotuplutu with
Pump & Stage;
i Gx20 Galloway Boiler, compute;
1 CxlO Tabular Boiler, complete';
1 Sugar Car U In. V. I.. -1x0.4x0.1 ;
1 Sugar Cooler, 8xii.0x2O;
1 Sugar Cooler, fi.Uxft Gx-JO;
2 Sugar Cooler, txo 0x20;
1 Tmiki, In. W. I.. 7.0x'i0xl2;
1 Steam rump, -1 discharge;
1 No. 5 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Blake Pumps, "f. dteehatge;
i Lathe. 20 clinch 12 ft. long, bed;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 Fairbanks Platform Scales, 20x28;
Mill Bnllilliisf, 10xiri0x21; and Boiler
Shed, allcov. with Corrugated Iron;
Fire llrlck, also a large assortment of
2nd Hand Cocks, Valves, Piping,
For Star Mill Co.. Kohala, Hawaii.
Electricity is Life !
MANY persons llncl a moderate ap
plication of Electricity Benetleial.
Electricity sometimes cures and nearly
always benefits Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Indigestion, Etc., and nets like a tonic
and is very beneficial hi case of General
Debility. Go to
On Quocn Stroot,
And get an Electric Shock by dropping
a Nicaci in tho slot. Can be regulated
to suit the delicate as well as the strong.
U-VIQJlllfcltyKWICTV!JlJMWI !. mUMJJUilUIVi-JJUK
JCld Gloves from O to SO JUSiit toil.
Hosiery, Satices, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Yoiitiis & Children's Clothtog, Trunks, Bags & Valises.
CASTLE & COOKE,
JtXUCJPO BET JSK S.
ShiPDing & OQsnm!
PLAETATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blncksmitl.B1, Maehinistb' &, Plumbere' 'i'fibXa,
HOU'SS" FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Utensilo, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goodn and
filake's Sitae Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, k Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
There is also ouo of these. Electric
Machines at Young Nap's,' corner of
King and Bethel strtets. 571 Ira
Fresh Butter !
IN HALF-POUND PAVS.
Is the Finest Table Butter sold in tho
City of Honolulu.
TO HE UA1 OK
Henry Davis & Co.
A. G-. SILVA,
05 & 57 Hotel Street,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Fine Upholstering and Bedding a spe
cialty. junc 10-Oni
Pioneer Buildings Loan Asso'n
NOTICE 1b hereby given that at a
meeting of this Association held
this day, the Charter of Incorporation
was accepted and pursuant thereto the
following Board of Directors was
Geo. E. Boarthnan, S. B. Kosc.
Geo. W.'Sinlth, W. A. Bowcn,
J. II. Fisher, J. M. Dowsett,
A. W. Richardson, Henry Smith,
Tlieo. F. Lansing.
Honolulu, Juue li), 1800.
CRYST1L -;- SODA -:- W0EES,
JOHN ORACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE GREAT BLOOD
SABSAPAMLLA and XROH WATEE,
Sarsaparilln, Lomon, Crcnm
Mutual Telephone 330 -
ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE j3
Tho object of the Association is to en
courage Havings, and homo building
among its members by enforcing regu
lar monthly deposits and loaning them
to its members to assist them in acquir
ing, and improving homes of their own.
Its members are tho only stock-holders,
and all protlts arising from intcrst,
premiums, fines, etc., arc divided among
Us members, which makes it tho mott
desirable of savings Institutions It is tho
most desirable source from which to bor
row, as It loans at a low rate of interest
upon easy terms of monthly payments,
and all desiring to become members
fhotdd make immediate application for
stock. TliEO. F. LANSING,
685 2w Secretary.
DURING my absence- from the King
dom Mr. Peter Dallou will attend
to my saddle and harncs business.
Honolulu, July 1,1890. 5'Ji 3t
Dr. HENItl Gr. McttKEW.
TRIAL DY JURY,
Juries in Franco aro no longer
considered certain to carry out tho
law. In Ireland all confidence in
tit.'ir verdict's 1ms so coinplelcly dis
appeared that the Crimes Act wao
passed mainly to dispense with
their action, and outside Dublin no
ono can bu secure that uny jury
will punish any vi1laiiily murder
included, If the accused enn plead
that his motive was either political
or 'agrarian. In Italy tho juries,
though otherwise fair, cannot he
tiusted in capital cases; and in
parts of the United Stales the dis
trust of juries, (houcU little talked
about, is very deep, and is pleaded
as the excuse for lynch law and the
justification for vigilance commit
tees. There is a suspicion that
money can be used with effect
whenever public feeling is not ex
cited, and we have noticed in the
occasional swindles that verdicts
ncainst powerful men liavo been re
ceived witli a sensation of tv relieved
Even in England we observe that
in polltiunl trials there is often a
doiibt that the jury,andthat lawyers
rely a good deal upon tho almost
pedantic legality which, for some
reason wo cannot now discuss,
usually characterizes a jury of com
mon Londoners. There is probably
some exaggeration in many cases in
which verdicts arc condemned, as
the jury sec the witnesses and the
commentators do not; but it is dilll
cult to resist the conviction that,
with the progress of the world
toward democracy, two other pro
cesses are going on, viz., that juries
fall more and more under tho influ
ence of opinion, of terror, and even
of corruption; and that the comma-'
nity is growing more doubtful
wUcther the great advantage hither
to gained from the institution may
not in time be overbalanced by the
evils inherent in the system, or pro
duced in it by 6ome modern innova
tions. There is a belief growiug that
what is called "opinion" that is
the mass of feeling produced by in
cessant discussion, much ef it over
excited and much more very ignor
ant is becoming; the main obstacle
to the just administration of the
law, and that this "opinion," which
is not without its weight even on
judges and magistrates, influences
jurymen to an injurious degree.
They arc so affected, it is said, by
it that they can "hardly weigh evi
dence and are constantly tempted to
obey the "popular" desire 3 if it
were in some way a "higher law."
That temptation, moreover, makes
corruption easy, for it enables the
recalcitrant juryman to baffle justice
by simply pleading'an opinion, say,
against capital punishment, or against
political trials, or against the police,
which Iiis fellow-jurymen know to
be in other cases honestly enter
tained. The inclination of juries,
in fact, to legislate instead of obey
ing the law is becoming marked in
ail countries, and tends to diminish
grievously the use of law itself as a
means of keeping society together.
There is a very stem element in
opinion, as well as a soft one ; and if
acquittals in the teeth of evidence
grew frequent, we should soon see
one of two results.
Eithdr the injuries themselves
would grow stern under the pres
sure of opinion as is the case now
in America in regard to Anarchists,
and in London in regard to rioters
or the democracy would consent
quite willingly to thesupercessionof
juries. It has no longer any reason
to protect itself against oppression ;
it can remodel its own law at a mo
ment's notice ; it is not afraid bf the.
judges, and it would, on cause
shown, consent to a suspension of
the democratic veto on the execu
tion or taw. it would not be very
difficult, even now, if a trusted
leader said it was necessary, to try
dynamiters by commission ;' and de
mocracy dislikes other crimes which
injure it quite as much as dynamite.
If the jury system grew a little
worse in Ireland, so 'that common
murder was never punished, tho ma
jority of Englishmen would sweep
it away to-morrow ; and if the same
evil occurred in England, thej
would need no persuading. There
is another democratic utterance
about criminals beside that of the
jury, and it is one against which the
police have often trouble in protect
l2IS the accuscd.--Spectator.
hie Hardware Co, L'd,
to. F. rima-haa, Tr03ldeatj J, O. Upctcor,
tlaaegcfi F. L. Winter, Troaiurc.
THE VEJIY LATEST IX
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps,
Hall Lamp.i & Chnndoliore,
Just Received from tho Factory.
A New Line of Refrigerators,
A Full Lino of the Favorite
Eddy's Refrigerator's and Ico GLtsets,
Dlrstoa's Scrs & Files) New Lines of Locks,
Planet, Jr., Cultivators.
Pictures Frames k Mouldings,
Imported Direct from Havana.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
Fort & Merchant sts.
Ex. Win. II. Dlmotul,
CASES SECURITY SBil
On MONDxVY, July Slat,
There will be sold at Tublto Auction,
at Kahlklnul, Maul,
100 HM Cows & Calves,
MORE or LESS.
EEWETT & J-ACOBSENT,
Accountants, Collectors, Oommlmlon Agents and
Guitem' Honk rBrokers.
OF HIGH TEST.
Ready Reference & Directory.
Aro at all limes prepared to per
form any description of Clerical Woik,
such a3 Auditing Accounts, Posting up
Tradesmen's Books, Making Inventories
of Stock, Engrossing Legal Documents,
Etc. Cnmpo'cut and Reliable Freight
Clciks for the delivery and tallying of
CSTOfflcc at TIusTAon & Robrutson's,
QuL-eu street Pos Otllce Uox 189. Mu
tual Tclepliono IPs lloll Telephone 414
Ilalng a carefully Compiled Register
of Voters for Nobles in the District of
Honolulu. Containing the names, oc
cupations and district and precinct resi
dences of 1,700 voters, having in
comes of over 000 per annum.
Efcfli Orders mar be left at the Ha
wnlian News Co. fiSStf
fi'S. ii. J. RAMOS
M FbitDpiliie Siny
At A. 1, Smitli's, TJpstalre,
Where the Best, tfa.3 Neatoat and the
Photographic Pictures aud Residence
Views are taken. Entire satisfaction
given, and all orders promptly attended
SSTA respectful invitation Is sent out
to the ladies to call aud see for them
selvi's. 530 lm
Powell's Baggage Express.
wasmm k fed
h 0FMO7 Ds
J AS. POWELL, formerly employed
at Union Feed Co. for several
years, having gone Into the baggage
express business, solicits patronage.
Stand, corner of King and Bethel
streets. Orders can be left at Young
Nap's cigar stand. Baggage delivered
with promptness and care to any part
of city. june7-t)0
PARTIES desiring Avocado Pcarsjn
quantities of not less than HO will
r.7" 2w lllto, Hawaii.
FOR SALE CHEAP
4'X'K EET CJ-A
-o 6T Bell Telephone 298
J2F"Ifiland orders promptly attended to, nov-8-SO-Cui
BED ROOK PRIOES-
California Hay, OaiK, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, lansoeil "deal,
Barley, JCollcil Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn llotu.
JPXOUK tO-Alln, Golden Gate & Salinnarea FLOUR
Telephones, JXo, 175.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
A FTER an absence of four years In
-O. Paris, has returned to his homo
on the Islands, for tho purpose of re
suming the practice of medicine. Ho
may be found at his old oillcu on Hotel
street between Fort aud Alakca streets.
Oillco hours from 8 to 11 A. M., and 2 to
4 and 0 to 8 i m. f70 1 in
NOTICE to CJtEDITOllS.
A COMPLETE outUt for making and
all in good order.
W aiohinu, Hawaii.
ON account of 111 health Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed, Dr.-E. L.
Hutchinson to take charge of his office
until his return. 047 tf
TUo complete story of Stanley's recent thrilllna
culvtmtuies ami the tUfcIotmre c(- bia Important
discoveries will nptwar for tho Jlratitlmo la tlio
work-irritteu by iilraelf, entitled "JirDjirkQst
Aftl'ia." 1J not bo lUccImd by any of tho so
called "Stanley booL'a" uovr bclnu ottered as 'gcu
ulna' and "authonUc." To no oaa of these Las
(Stanley contributed a lmr.
TUeral ano riuMt!onuixrut itis statement bolnff
sorroctln every narttcal.ir. AVcuniarantc-e it. and
will pito particujara on applieauon.
taiic steamsMD Mil
M Kfc I. li-lM i ! -w 't
From San Francisco.
Lcnvo Duo nt
8. F. Honolulu
Mariposa July 20 . . . . Aug 2
Zealandia Aug 23. . . . Aug SO
Alameda Sept 20. . . .Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 .Oct 25
Zealandia Nov lf Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
Fop San Frsnciooo.
Zealandia July 9.
C ..Aug 23
3.... Sept 20
1 Oct 18
20.... Nov 1C
20 .-...Dec 13
24.... Jan 10
Intermediate S. Q. Australia.
Friduy . .
. Friday . .
Friday. . . Aug 1
Friday . ,
Friday . .
. Oct 21
FOR ISAM FKAXUaKtrW,
Hie new and fine Al steel stciinuhi
Of the Oceanic Steamship tin tutiiinv. will
be due at Honolulu iron
aud Atieklnud on n- abo" it
July 26, 1690.
And will lciive foi the above port with
mulls and passengers on or about that
For freight or naHsan. tmvmit sir.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE O. ISWIH & CO.. Asenu.
For Sydney and Aucklano.
EST" Our New Artotype Blustrated
Catalogue seut free on application.
118 SUTTKK ST,
Son Francisco, : s 'California
new and line Al
PAf A Plantation will pay a dividend
to its stockholders July 1st, at the
ofllco of Messrs. Castlo& Cooke, Agents.
T. AV. HOIJRON,
C05 3t Secretary. -
ALL persona on the Islands of Oahu,
Mololtai uid Maui, having claims
against thu Hawaiian Pacljle Cable Co.
are requested to present llio same for
ndjusliueut to V. O. Smith, Attornev,
on or before July 2, 18U0. '
J. H. BARTHOLOMEW,
S01 1 w Presjilentik Treasurer.
Meeting of Stockholders,
NOTICE is hereby given that a spe
cial 'meeting of (lie stockholders
of tho Oahu Railway iNs Land Co. will
bu held at tho oulce of the Company on
THURSDAY, July 17th, 180O, at 8
o'clock i, si., for the purpose of accept"
ing thu road from the contractor, and
ainoudtng the by-laws.
By order of tho President.
XV. Q. ASHLEY,
000 td Secretary,
npIIE atcamor Wahnanalo
J will sail for Watalua
and Walanae, Mouday,
Juno 30th, Thursday, July Hrd, al 9
A. M., aud Mondays and Thursdays
Stile of Fancy Articles !
THERE will bo a sale of Fauey Arti
cles, chiefly Hawaiian, at Queen
Emma Hall, on FRIDAY, July 11,
181)0, for tho benefit of that Institution.
Refreshments wi)I l;o served. 684 td
NOTICE to ilOBfSEBIKN J
rpjo Celebrated Run
uimdoah" will stm.nl
till season at tj'jo
For further partloulacd
r85 3 m
I WILL not be responsible for any
bills against the Steamer "Aka
mai" unless Incurred by my written
order. G. P. CASTLE.
Honolulu, June 7, 1830.' 075 tf
THE undersigned have sold out the
dry goods ouslness heretofore car
ried on by them at No. 57 & CO Hotel
street, to Mr. A. G. Silva who wiU'coti
duct the business on his own account
from aud after this date,
M. A. GONSALVES & CO.
Honolulu, May 31. 1890. f85tf
correct In every particular.
PAIITIftM Ia otJtr ,10t to.'w m!alol,Boo
vnwiiwm mat mo uoo ucurs uio ira-
CHARLES SCRIDNER'S SONS
Aud ttiat tho cannuslnj ajent carries a cortlacaU
of agimcy (roin ua.
A. L BANCROFT & CO.
General Agenta for 'the Pacific Coast.
J. Wi Chamberlin,
Sole Agoutfbr Hawaiian Kingdom.
. ,.-.rj& , ,
FuraishedrlBtouso To Let
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 2, 1890.
Aad will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, bavins SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WH. G. IBWIN & CO.. Anonta
Gustay A. Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : King Street.
At W. Wright & Bon's.
Having received a full assortment of
ttarriugo Trimming Materials from the
East, I urn prepared to.cxecatc all orders
with neatitei1) and despatch at very rea
G. A. SC3UMAN.
Hpr 7.ti0.1 y
Hawaiian Lime I
S 50 I'EB BAKRI2I.
,543 Solo Agents.
NATURAL Mineral Water.
sale only by
W. S. LUOE,
Solo Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands. 023 tf
apply at the Dairy
RS. MONROE, ladies' nurse, hr-B
removed to No. U. Eubnl lane,
ALL elahin against the "Honolulu
Dairy" to June 1, 1800, must bo
left at the office of J. A. Magoon within
30 days from date. Messrs. Hewett &
Jacobsen are authorized to collect all
bills duo tho 'Honolulu Dairy" from
May 1, 1890.
J. I. DOWSETT, Jn.,
Honolulu, .Time 14,1800. .5S0 tf
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Pagu in tho "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 186 Fort street, I r.m
prepared to ooqiinue tie above business
under the old name of Honolulu 'ar.
riige Manufactoiy, and being an 'old
experienced carriage builder I eolieft
the patronage of my old friends and the
nublip in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of thu business and with ex
perienced workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general satis
faction. Plinue call and gee mo before
(Bigned)r GIDEOJf WEST,
SoriOiulu, Oct. 29, 1889, 89) tf
AT- Waiktfei, a two story
rjCyiirriu'sc. containing sis
B robmS'-nlccly furnished, with
klichen, lancji'lwta and servant's rooms,
Btihle, etc, tpjiitVfcfra few months at a
rnjcnnnliln htrtrttfK, irnnma will lin lfi
Blncly withjinotlilaulTe board.
Valuable, Property For Sale
vVij!?.tuuanu Avenue, a
VlM'icwly furniehed Sstorv
HooSo&ooutainliiK 8 rooms.
house, atabtet'wicnvFy, etc. Grounds
contain 2 2;10 ,ncf$s; well laid out in
lawns, shade and fruit trees, flowers,
etc. will bp.sold low, with or without
furniture, horses, carriages, live stock,
and all theroppoliitmcuts needed in a
first-class rcslue.ncc, ns tho owner In.
tends lcavliijfcfif esei'Islnnds.
THE best remedy for
galls, proud flesh and
sorea ox every uesenp-
.iloiii'to ncrsons or aul-
muls. Adopted 'yleading horse rail
road, club ai)d -livery stables, etc., in
the Unltpd States and elsewhere. We
aro jircparedtqpfoyp. this statement by
testimonials aud references to planter
and liverymen In this Kingdom.
1?AWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
1 l --7 J
Corner Klng& Bethel Btieeta, - .... .
Has just imported some new Btylo
Manila & Havana, Cigars,
Clearotto & Choloo Tobaccos,
For sale. Also, Cold Drinks. 677 2w
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and Stereoscopic Views of' tlio
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc.,
In thoau islands, for bojo at reasouablo
prices. . '. !
Corner Fort add Merchant streets.
Manufacturer of Lndioa'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BKIM BIIEOS SrADE TO OltDEIt.
rettKed or Hewed; also, HnUUIcH.
88 Nuuanu at., : : : P. O. Hnx U03.
COO KIM& CO.,
No, 60 Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers iu all kinds of ,-
Cnaalmerea and FurnlHliliic Ooocln.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. 647 3m
ODIANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort rreet to Ro.
hello Lane, Palrta.
Office Douns: Da. ii, to 12 y. ard
p, m. to 0 p. M.
ifulual COS-tBaTEPHONESeOf Eelt 470
41ftf " .' ' '
FIREWOOD for sale at Hawaiian
Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Coupon d Kuuan treet,g. jj
. l :.
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