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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COffiP&SI'S
A. M. r. M,
Lcnvo Ilonolnlu It :uo a :uo
AiitvoMuiuitm 0;43 - 2:18
Lein o JInnuii.1 11 :00 A :00
Airlvo Honolulu UilS -1:43
A.'JI., V. M. 1'. M.
Lcnvo Ilonolnlu... 0:30 la ::io 3:00
Arrive .Mamma..,. 10:18 1:18 3:1S
Leave Mmiiina.... 11:00 1 :!: 4:05
Auivo Honolulu... 11:18 2:31 4:53
Stim Knnl.i from a circuit of Ortliu
btmi'C j: lllshop fiom Walahu and
Strav Valmanalo from Walalun and
StinrKalnilloafor Hnnnmnulu ami Xa-
wiltwlll at 5 i in
Srlir Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Am bk Cejlon, It Cilliouu, for San
Gerlik G N Wilcox, lincli, lor San
VESSELS lEAViN'J TO-MORROW.
Stmr Walmanalo for AValalua and Wnl-
nnae at 0 a in
Am bkt vv 11 IJhnond, K I' Drew, for
San Fiaiielsco at noon
Fiom JIaul and Hawaii per stinr W
G Hall, .inly 8 .Judge Geo ltichardsoii
and daughter, Judge J 11 S Mui'tlu, J D
I'm Is, jr. dipt 1? b i hiiney and wife,
Jlrs l'oor, .Mrs T O Wills, ftlr van Or
deu, Xonnau Logan, J Malakau.i, Ho
Foil, it Kalauipoo, D Speckmau and
son, J JJ Linu, AlUs A Kaulrme, Miss
Alice lino, Miss li .l'cl:c, Jlis-s li sniiih,
G W Xawaakoa, JMrs Hugo, iIi3 S Kin,
H Pedro, TaIii, Mistf if outer, J 11
Kekaula, Kobt Amalii and wife, and S3
For Kauai per stmr Alikahala, July 8
DrDugiild Campbell uud biide, J")r
llutehiiison, Mis F W Glmle, Mis-s .varie
von Holt, !' biuelair ami wl.e, Miss Ho
bliison, .'is3 Uuy. F J Tinner and wife,
F L i islicr, H uejdmann, il J byiva
and wite.Juo Dyer, Misses Smitlt (2),
iliss Hillebiandt, It Howie, Jas Kd
v.miUs, D Pollock, M J llauk, .1 C.iv
an igh, S K ICaco aud wife, 11 Wilbur,
W litulowltz, .1 lluut, J Uoughtity, a
b Lindsay, F A Itego, J Ilamliion, Jlis
liihlt brand aud CO deck
For Maui per stmr LikeHkc, July 8
Miss Cornelia D ltoherton, Mis 4 Maiy
'Alexander, Aitnur Alexander, F Bhu
ball, Aiiss E Uirdsall, Mrs Poiter, .Mis
Mather, U K Miller, M A Gousa ve-, A
Vojjel, V P A liiewcr, Eev J Iosupa
uud 30 deck.
CARCUES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
W G Hull 2043 bags sugar, 0 bags cof
fee, 31 hides, 67 bags awa, 1 10 wa
ter melons, and 1.0 pkgs sundries.
Kaal i 1345 bags sugar ami 03 bbis mo
lasses from Koolau.
F0REICH VESSELS IN PDRT.
U S F S t harlcston, Bear-Admiral Geo
Urown, from San Kiancico
U S a Xipslc McCutley, fiom Hilo
USS Iionuois, Bishop, from tian Fjrau-
Am miss packet Morning Star, G F
Gai land, from South beu Islands
Nor bhlp Tlior, W E Steinert, from
Am bk Ophir from Newcastle, N S W
4-mstd schr O.ga, Itodin, from San
Am bgtuo W G Irwin, J E McCulloch,
fi oin San Francisco
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Br ship Blengfield sailed fiom Liver
pool Apr 18, duo Aug 21
Gcr bk Adonis from Bremen
Ger bk Faust, from New Yoil: via Bra-
Bk Uucle John, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Bilker from London, sailed Apr
13. duo Aug s;5
Am bk Alden bes-e. Howard, from San
Francisco (for JCauului) , duo June
Bk C D Bryant, Jacobsen, from San
Francisco due July 13
Bk Forest Queen, hiding, from San
Frineiseo due July 18
Bk Lady Lmnp3on,Sodcigrcn, from can
Francisco duo July 21
4-mstd schr ltobci t Lowers, Pcnliallow,
from San Francisco due July 10
Tern W S Downe, Bluhin, from San
Francisco duo atMnhukona July 10
Brbk Get van from Llveipool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 15-30
Haw S ti Claudltio fiom Glasgow
SHIPPING MUTES. "
The bktno AV II Dlmond Mill leave to
morrow for San Francisco.
Tho bark Thor will sail tiaturdny for
The U S ,i Iroquois will leave Satur
day morning for Samoa.
BICE At Knlihl, July 8th, to tho wlfo
of Wm. U. Bice, a sun.
EVEHTS THIS EVENING.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30.
Services at Central Union Church,
Drill Co. C Honolulu Bilks,
Oaliu Lodgo No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No.
K. of P., at
Meeting JMyrtlo Boat Club, at
. One reprimand and one forfeit
for druuUcnness were recorded in
the Police Court this morning. AYai
tiui was found guilty of larceny of
pineapplo plants value S7i, property
of J. Kidwtil, at Mnnoa. lie was
sentenced to pay 828.40 fine and
costs, and bo imprisoned 'at hard
labor six months. Appealed to
Supremo Court aud a jury.
Till? L'uUefl' Altar Society will mod
nt tho Convent to-morrow ut tlncc
As aln1ont now piano is offered for
sale. Knquiio at tho Tcmplo of
A HEUAEI.E young num is desirous
of iitiding oinployniunt. Apply nt
lx to-nim row's lluiXETiNf Mi. T.
.Tt Lovoy will nthcrtifc a largo undor
wiilor'ri snlo for the Uth im-t, nt the
wareliouso of 'J'. 11. Davios fc Co.
IjiPortTANT busincsa will ho intro
ducodnt tho tucolinjr of thn Alyrtlu
Boat Club this livening, anil fur this
leusoii a full attciidaiiiM is deniable.
The Tcmplo of Fashion announces
a cleaiaiH'o bale lo oniiiienoo on Ma
turdny next and to coiuiuuo for ten
days. Iteduetions in piices ate pro
mieed. ' "
A dromidk photograph. of His Ex.
J. A. Cumnfins, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, taken nt Paris, and a sepia
sketch or 'n native hut at Kuu, by a
special artibt, are among the new
pictures on view at King Hios.'
jrnssisfl. Andoison and Lundy arc
ddvoting speciul altontion to their
extracting room. By tho Inst steamer
they icceived a new niokel-pliitui
gasometer, the latest improved ex
tracting chair and oilier dental fix
tures, all of which tend to lessen the
disngrcciiblcness of having teeth
THE TIVOLI TKDUPE.
JSliccCKSful Ojionlnc ut IHo llnwal
inn Opera House.
An overflowing audience met the
Tivoli Gaiety Company nt the Ha
waiian Opera House last night. Tho
Itoyal Band in full uniform was
disclosed by the curtain's rising,
and uudcr the lead of Prof. Berger
it played an overture. A detuch
ment of the band then occupied the
orchestra, Prof. Berger playing the
The play was a burlesque in four
acts, "Our Strategists," crammed
willi ludicrous scenes, situations,
and speeches. Its success was at
tested by continual explosions and
lipplingsof merriment. Besides the
superlatively funny play, there was
some high class singing. Mr. Bell's
song, "loo good lo uu true,- cru
elly hit feminine fashions, but the
fair ones were compelled lo laugh as
heartily as the opposite sex. Mr.
Gates sabg, in n very rich tenor,
"The Maid of Athens." Mr. Wal
lace kept the house in o roar with a
string of Milesian songs in character.
Miss Lee made a tine hit in "The
Shadow of the Leaves." Mr. Ha
milton was twice recalled in his
song, "That is love," wherein he
show.ed himself the owner of a mag
nificent bass voice combined with
rare histrionic powers.
Ten characters were represented
in the play and all were creditably
portrayed. Two more must be add
ed, however, as Mr. Bell, besides
his particular rolo of "Jack Eut
lcdge," had in the course of the
play to personate "Mr. Rutledge,"
his father, and "Major Howard."
This triple characterization was the
source of the most amusing features
of the piece. The stage setting was
very attractive. .
The company will turn "Fun on
the Bristol" into fun in tho Opera
House Thursday evening, introduc
ing all the latest operatio gems,
songs, dances, etc. This is one o
the best piecos in its repertoire and
is certain to produce an early run
on the box plan at Mr. L. J. Levey's
So quietly is the election for No
ble proceeding that a stranger who
did not happen to see a polling
place would never suspect there was
anything going on. A very light
vote had been polled up to noon,
but a stream of business and me
chanic voters was anticipated in the
nest hour. Experts, however, be
lieve that the whole island vote will
bo very light.
So far as heard from, tho voting
till 12 o'clock was as follows: Bell
Tower 80, China Eugino House 92,
Berctania street echoolhousc 00,
Reformatory School 53. Berger's
workers olaim that their voters are
comparatively turning out very sat
The late Mrs. If. N. Castle was
interred in the Kuwitiahao cemetery
yesterday -afternoon. Rev. Dr.
Bcckwiih conducted the solemn
ccteuiony, partly at tho residence of
Mr. S. N. Castle and parity tit tho
grave. A choir of Indies sang hymns
appiopriatu to tho occasion, nt the
house aud at the grave. Kind hands
impelled by loving and sympathetic
hearts covered the collIn with beauti
ful flowers. Sadness was depicted
on every face, strangers a9 well as
n-l.tlves and Mends of the departed
being in sympathy with the solem
nity of the occasion. Tho young
wife and mother, full of lifo and
hope and promise but a few houis
before, had suddenly departed to
tho unseen world, and the mortal
part was now laid to rest.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-I-
M columns, purely local mutter
Millul to foreign countrioi, $5 pur
A Criminal Conspiracy Defeat
ed on All Points,
Broik in Sugar Trusi Ceilifioates,
S.vm Fk.vscisoo, June 2.".
Tito Sugar Trust, according to
New York despatches, was sorely
cxeicisod by Secretary Blaine's
sweeping condemnation ot the Sugar
Schedule of the McKinlcy Bill, as
well as by the notion of Congress on
the anti-i'rsut bill, an dby Mr. Ciaus
Sprockets' declaration of intention
and lcmatks about tho Trust prior
to ins departure for Honolulu. It
will be teuK'inbcred that tho Trust
gave out pointeis that the Sprockets
Befiuerios would join the combina
tion, and on the strength of that lie
and a deliberate misstatement of
Hie California decision on the He
ccivcrship, its brokers had bulled
certificates and unloaded at high
figures. When the truth was dis
closed certificates fell 7y percent on
Wall street with heavy sales. The
San Francisco Chronicle which, lias
been friendly to the Sugar combine,
published the following despatch,
descriptive of this event:
"New Yoik, June 21. Holders
of Sugar Trust certificates were dis
mayed this morning when they read
the unanimous te by which the
House adopted the report of the
Conference Committee on the Anti
Trut sHill,and long before the open
ing business the Sugar post on the
lloorof the Exchange was surround
ed by a large aud excited crowd of
brokers discussing tlto event. They
soon realized the effect when the
chairman's gavel fell aud the entire
crowd began to offer certificates.
At the cloo of the business a de
cline of 7 percent was noted for
tho day. Many speculators who
bought above SO last week arc em
bairassed, and it is feared will have
to liquidate on Monritty. Represent
atives ot the Sugar Trust are anx
iously awaiting the decision of the
Court of Appeals on the legality of
. HIE SUGAR TEX'ST BURST.
These innocents had not long to
wait, because the Court of Appeals
handed down a decision in the
North River Refinery case on the
24th, dismissing tho appeal with
costs and denying the motion for a
partial stay of proceedings. 'The
decision was against the Sugar
Trust on all points, and although
Theodore Havemeyer, in a spirit of
bravado, said thai the Sugar Trust
would not disband, but would bo so
altered as to bring the organization
within the letter and spirit of the
law, the opinion of leading jurists i
decidedly acainst that view of the
Supreme Court Justice Barrctt,re
ferring to the decisiou, said: "This
is a matter in which I have taken
greater interest, I think, than in
uny other which lias eorte befoio
me. This question of a trust is, I
think, almost of as much conse
quence as slavery." On the street
the sugar people and those interest
ed in the trust appeared to be more
nniused than disconceited by tho
decision of the court. They say the
Trust has not received its death
blow, but will still continue. Only
the "method" of doing business will
he affected. But they forget that
Congress is legislating against all
Trusts, and that the people of the
United States have determined to
stamp them out of existence no mat
ter who may be hurt. And tho
shameless abuse of their position in
the stock market, gambling witli
sugar trust certificates, has embit
tered speculators against the Have
meyers and their associates, so that
no clns3 in tho country stands up to
General Pryor, who represents the
Attoine3'-Gcneral in the cases
brouaht against the trust, says the
effect of the decision is to destroy
one member of tho trust, the North
River Sugar Refining Company, and
now nothing remains but to sue each
member of the ti ust. The proposed
transfer by the Sugar Trust of the
property to a corporation under tho
laws of Connecticut gr Now Jersey
may not bo easily accomplished.
Tho court has already granted mi
injunction against the trust provid
ing against just sucli a move. The
next step will be taken by tho Attorney-Genera!.
Tho aclion of the
court in San Fiancisco in tho caso
of the American Sugar Refinerv' Avill
give the Sugar Ti ust pcoplo theto
borne comfort, for it may be a pre
cedent in the present case. But
that decision only touches the ap
pointment of a receiver, on motion
by the Cnwmonwealth, without any
of the stockholders joining in the
petition, and doubtless tho Com
monwealth of New York, ns repre
sented by able counsel, will provide
against bucIi a contingency.-
The New York World, the paper
having tho largest circulation and
greatest influence in America, says
editorially: "The effect of this
aclion is far-reaching j it dissolves
the trust, brands it as a conspiracy
whose formation was a criminal act
at common law, and renders all par
tics to it iUblo to criminal prosecu
tion for ltloizally consnirina to ad
vance the price of a commodity." .
How do tho respectable members
of lite Ameiican Sugar Trust on the
Hawaiian Jplands like IhU chatact
urlzation of that organization mid its
business method by nvoiy Court of
the State of New Yoik, as well as
by the Superior Coin t ot California,
to bu ntllrmcd in due time, no doubt,
by the Supreme Court of this State?
Do they think that any possible hope
or chance of gain can justify a
criminal conspiracy to plunder the
Ameiican people? Aud do they not
now comprehend that tho .attack
upon the Treaty, which has been left
without a solitary defender in tho
United States, is' the result of their
flagrant disregard of the moral obli
gations of that solemn engagement,
by becoming members of the Sugar
Tiust, and lending themselves to a
conspiracy against tho American
people which he Courts deJuro to
be unlawful and criminal V
Of the New York Court of Appeals
fits llie case of the American Sugar
Refinery so exactly, that tho follow
ing extracts nre made for the edifi
cation of all who may be interested
in that doomed concern. It says:
"The judgment sought ngainst the
defendant is one of corporate death ;
a stale which created asks us to
destroy, and the penalty invoked
represents the extreme rigor of the
law. Two question1? open before
us : First, has the defendant corpo
ration exceeded or abused its
powers? aud second, does that ex
cess or abuse threaten or harm the
public welfare? AYe find in evi
dence that it has become an inte
gral part and element of a combina
tion which possesses over it abso
lute control and dictates the extent
and manner and terms of its entire
business activity. The defeudant
corporation has lost the power to
make a dividend, and is compelled
to pay over its net earnings to a
master whose scrvanfit has become.
Under an order from Hint master,
it icfuscd to rellne sugar, and by so
much has lessened the supply upon
the ma:kct. It cannot stir unless
its master approves, and yet it is en
titled to receive from the earning
of other refineries, amassed as pro
fits in the treasury of the boaul, its
proportionate share for division
among its own stock-holders, who
now own substitute certificates. In
return for this advantage it has be
come liable to become mortgaged,
not for its own corporate benefit
nlonc, but to supply with funds a
controlling board when that board
reaches out for other coveted re
fineries. All this is admitted by
The decision, after further con
sidering llie formation ol the trust,
"The defendant could have pre
vented it being founded by refusing
to register or recognize the legal
transfer of stock. The- should have
appealed to the law, thus shattering
Hie trust at the outset. The ques
tion to be determined is whether
the conduct of the defendant in aid
ing to form the trust was illegal.
in all these points which have been
reviewed it is found the corporation
was doing the public an injury and,
in avoiding the State law which
compels the reservation of corpor
ate rights, pioved unfaithful to its
charter. The present corporation
or trust puts upon the market a
capital btock, proudly defiant of tho
actual values and capable of un
limited expansion. It is one thing
for a State to respect the rights of
ownership, and quite another thing
to add to the possibility of the fur
ther extension of their consequence,
by creating artificial authorities in
the management of such aggrega
tions. If corporations could com
bine and mass their forces in a solid
trust, with little added risk to cap
ital already in, without limit to mag
nitude, a tempting aud easy road is
opened to enormous combinations,
vastly exceeding in number and
strength any possibilities of individu
al ownership. The State seeks to
proteot individuals lather than com
binations." Concluding the opinion says:
"The defendant corporation has
violated its charter and failed in
the performance of its corporate
duties, and that in a respect bo mat
erial and important as to justify a
judgment of dissolution. We hold,
besides, that in tills State there can.
bo no partnerships of separate aud
independent corporations, whether
directly or indirectly, through the
medium of trusts, and no substan
tial consolidations which avoid and
disregard statutory provisions and
restraints, but that manufacturing
corporations must lie and remain
several as they were created, or one
under the statute, Tho judgment
appealed from is ntllrmcd, with
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WESTKHMAYICIt Piano for ealo ns
good a1 new, only bought a few
mouths iio. Inquire nt tho
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tho Bulx-ltin Office.
Buiieau of Customs,
Honolulu, II. I., July 7, 1890.
His Excellency GoiiFncv Biiowk,
Minister of Finance.
.iV: I have the honor to submit
lo Your Excellency tho table of the
principal domestic export of the
Hawaiian Islands, for the quaiter
enJtiig June 00, 1590.
Also, a comparative tabic of ex
ports for the six months, 1890,
compared with corresponding period,
1889. 1 have the honor to be, Sir,
Your most obedient Servant,
A. S. Cl.EOIIOUN",
Quantities and Values of the Princi
pal Domestic Exports, Hawaiian Isl
ands, for tho Quarter ending Juno
3'.), 1890, by Customs Dlstiicts.
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Firat Six Months 1890, Compared
with Corresponding Period, 1883.
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TUB regular monthly meeting of the
Myrtlo Boat Club will bo held
THIS (vVedncMlay) KVENINO, at 7:80
o'clock sharp, at the Chili house. All
members are requested to he present as
business o( Importance) will come before
the meeting. G. K. AVILUEK,
COO It fcceictary.
not bo responsible for nny
iigaiust tho Stcunier "Aka
mai" uutess iueuired by my written
order. G. P. CASTLE.
Honolulu, Juno 7, 1800, 676 tf
Mrs. BvaM. JolmsoD, Arlist,
BtU'Jto, No, 27 Alukoa Btreot.
Formerly of Now York, would Inform
the public that she is iircaied to 1111
all ciders for Pustiie, Oil, Water Colois
and India Iuk Poi traits.
t-5f Sample of woik can bo seen at
Studio aud Hamilton Howe Parlor..
NOW IS THE TIME'
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forma offered by this
original and progressive Company :
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INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
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CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
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Tho .Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of the Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quatter of the present year 13 reported to exceed Fiftt
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ance for the year, aud ia unprecedented in the annals of life assuiancc.
Bairlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oiilcc.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
of the U. S.
Owing to a Change in the Firm
A GRAND GL1AE
CORNER nOTEL &
Saturday, JisSy the 12th.
Sweeping Reductions in Every Oeperimani
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Agato Iron AVaro, Silver Plated Waro, Tablo & Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Thn Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo it Bolt Threading,
lliirtmnn'H Steel Ariro Fence & Steel AViro Mate,
AVm. U. Fitilier'a Wrought Steel Rangeu
Gato City Stono Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drilln,
nov-29-80 NphI'h Carriago Paints.
f5?4 & Builder.
Estimates Given on Brick, Iron, Stone &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
KKKl'fl KOlt 8ALK
Brick, Limo, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, AViro Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiles GxC red, whlto and blue;
Million, Plastic, and Kneaustlo Tiles In
various patterns, all kinds ot Dralnago
tar Opkice Southeast corner Ala
kcu aud Queen streets,
Mutual -uTELEPIIONEStfirOell 351
mh 100-1 y
1 C YOIA7MES Enevclonrcdla Ilrltan
X.O nlea, Morocco bound, in good
if e Assurance
Equitable Life Assurance Society
3 aI ,
Place at the
Corner Hotel & Fort Streefs.
.Toii TIna, Vice-President
Gecix. BuortN, Auditor.
onion Ice Go.
Ii, O. A13LE8, Manager..
Fort Street, : llonolulu.
Art now prepared to delNer lea to ny put
of ths City,
The packing and shlpmeut of oountiy
orders will receive nio.it carclul atten
tion. All of our Ice Is manufactured from
Pure Mountalu Water, carefully flltereU
by the Hyatt Puro AVater Co, Filter,
which Is universally acknowledged to
bo the best Illter made.
Packages of Butter, Game, Fish,
Meats, Etc., received for cold storage
In our ltefilgerutiug Rooms at mode
KB Ice for sale at tho Fitory at saf
hour, day or nltfht. 003 lm