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TttC LARGEST and MOST
fB No. 2 I'alleim alike. Pusliiiuitilik DieMiiaking 'ipst'H's ty
B. P. EHLEBS & CO.
on pout SM.rRiCE'r.
n.wir jvst nuTtvtn a vkkv i Ain.t: as'uhitmknm
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
All will Itc bold at
jyflr Out Dressmaking Department under
CLARK will bo ic-oponcd about May J 2th.
S man wwn nww wuruiti MmMitnwtiimwiiwqiwww1PWgll-' 1'U'J
FtS-SU u e3 3S?ip 3) , Sz-fc SrGnSw nPB-Cs r
HAVE Jl'ST BECF.IVED Ex
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
IvUI OloVDH lrom 5 to HO rSultOIlM.
Hosiery, Satlnes, Scotch Ginghams, litest patterns; Woolen Dms Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT Or
Bop', Youths' a Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
' JUitnoiitt I5licls," 3Som. OS & 07 Kino: Rivsit.
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLU2SBING, TIM, COPJPEB Mm
993 Sheet Iron Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Builders' aod General Hardware, Agricultural Implexneuts,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Uteniiib", 1'niritfl, Oils, Yitruiehcn, Lamp fiooJc caid
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & ItemlDfiton Seslug Machines,
Dr, Juyoe & Sons Family Medicines.
UNION FEED CO.
OFFER AT BED ROCK PUIOEF-
Hay, OatB, Bruii,
Oil Oako Meal, Iiinscotl Meal,
Barloy, Kollcd Barley,
Miltllhi? Ground Hurley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
i'XOUIl Sr-Alta, Goldon Oato & SalhiamSi FJLOUIt
lelophones, No. 175.
NDIA SILKS I
COMPLETlJ tiTOCK OP
House, Corner Foil &. Hotel hts.
and Tin Ware
& INSURANCE AGENTS,
alatliiniHts' A. I'iunibws Toclu,
Cor. Edinburgh fie Queen 8t&.
iiii! For Sale i
'J'lib following Machlnptv foiuitlut
pint of tho Star Mill Plant will bo fold
nt publle uuotlon nt uti mily duo milts
dNposed of piuvit'iislj by prh il'1 do.
Pai tics Jcli ou nf ptireh tsing any por
tion ui tun jiticiiitii'ii ran gci paiu
culirs mid ptk'os troin the uouuiiitfilt
1 28X48 111 k Ml,
Spine Gear Wlict .C Pinion ;
1 ir.1ii Fiiglnp, Spin i' Gear Wheel A:
r. McOnlo ChuMen with Pitting, -I
t .Inlco llc.itei, 11 ft. long 12 In. dl.i-
J ' , In. W. I. Cleaning Pino. iM2L'.7;
1 r,7 Double Bidet, complete with
i 6x20 Galloway Boiler, compile;
1 fivlC Tubular Uollor, eomp'etet
I Sng.li' Oar In. W I.. .KO.KJ.I :
1 Sug.u Cooler, 8:.tl.i!(i;
1 Sugar Coolci, i' Cfi (iv-iO;
2 Suif.ii Cooler. iT. ii20; .
1 Tank if in. W. I., 7.G0vl2;
1 Steam I'linip, -I illcli:ugc;
1 No. 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 111 iUj Pump'-, l'(! illeli!iige:
1 Lithe. 20 cliin-K la ft. long, bed:
I lle.iy Vice.
1 rahb inks J'latfoi in Feles, 202S;
Mill lliiilillnsr, fl)lf0x21; mid Holler
Shed, all eov. with Coi i ugui"d li on ;
Piio Uilel.. also a luge iit'iutinciit of
2nd II ntul Coe!.. Vihc-. l'ipln.
,1 NO. HIND.
Tor Star Mill To. Kohali, Hawaii
Electricity is Life !
MAXV poisons Ihiil :i nioikiute ap
plication of Electiluitj lleiiLilclnl.
3Cleetricltj 'ometiines euics" and neatly
jilw ij s bencilts Illicuiiiuti-ni, .tiinll i,
Indigestion, Etc., and nets lil.e n ionic
and is eiv beni'lhiil in ea-sf of Gtneial
On Quoon Stroot,
And get un Klcetiie ShocK by dioppln"
u NIck-I in the "-lot. Can be legulafcu
to suit the delicate asolln thotiong.
Thcio Is alo one of the?e l-lectilc
Maclilui". at Young Xap', corner of
King and Bethel stuet-.. r71 lm
I2T HAI.1T.POUKI) PAS 3
the Flne-st Table Butter sold
City of Honolulu.
to in' 11.1.0 or
Henry Davis & Oo.
A. G. SILYA,
. 65 Si 57 Hotel Street,
Fornitiire, Matting & Carpel Laid
Fine Upholstering and Bedding n t,pe
cl ilt June lC-(im
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
NOTICE is hereby given tint at a
meeting of lids Ai-souilnm held
this day, the Chirter of lucoipoi.it Ion
was uctepted and puriiiiint theielo the
following Boaid of Dlrectois was
Geo. B. Boaidinm,
Geo. W. binith,
.1. II. Fiicr,
A. r. Bichaulson,
F. B. PlOc,
Y. A. Bow en,
J. M. Dowett,
lit my binitii,
Tlieo. F. Laniiig.
Honolulu, June IS). 1SU0. '
The object of the Association is to en
coiuage Siulngs, and homo building
among Its members by enfoicing legu
lar monthly deposits nnd loaning them
to its lnenibeis to assist them in acquir
ing, and luipioing homes of their own.
Its member? aie the only stock-holders,
and all piollts ailsiug fioni iutcist,
premium, lines, elc.,aiedhlded among
its members, which makes it the most
desirable of havings institutions It is the
most desh able soiu ce fi om which to bor
iov, as It loans at a low rate of interest
upon easy terms of monthly payments,
and all dosiilng to become uieiubcis
should make immediate application for
stock. Tiii.0. F. LA.VSIXO,
C85 2w Stcictiuy.
DURING my nhtenco fioni the King
dom Sir. Peter Ualtoji will intend
to my saddle ami harness business,
Iloiioluhi, July l,lb!)0. 5'J4 3t
Dv. HENJII Cr. McGKEW.
ATTKR, mi absence of four years in
Pails, has lUnrncd to his homo
on tho Islands, for the pmposu of 10
sunilng tlio pi net lee of medicine. Ho
may bo fouurt at his old otllce on Hotel
stieet between Fort and Alukca slieets.
Otllce bonis fioni 8 to 1 1 A. M., and 2 to
1 uud C to S l. M. 570 in
NOTICE to ClUSDITOKS.
ALL persons on tho Islands of Oahii,
Alolok.ii and Maui, having claims
ngalnst tbo Hawaiian P.iclllo Cable Co.
aioicipiested to picseut tho s.imo foi
adjustment to W. 0. bnilth, Attorney,
J, S. BAIITUOLOMFAV,
fiOl lw I'iP.shlmir.sTie.isiiier.
Meeting of Stockholders.
NOTICE is lieieby given that a spe
cial meeting of tho stockholder
of tho O.ihu Bailway & Land Co. will
bo held at the olllco of the Company on
TllUBSDAY, July I7lh, lb'JO, at fl
o'clock' l. m,, for tho puiposo of accept
ing the road from tho contractor, and
uuioudiug the by-laws.
By otder of tho President.
V. Q, ASHLEY,
CK Id geejetary,
liLAlffi HAMS WAR
On the McKinloy Ta
Denouaccs tbo Suiar Scttdnle.
Sw Fhancisco, June 28
.Mv forecast of iilaiiio's notion on
tlieMoKinlcy Tin iff hill lias been
ho'nin out by subsequent iloxolnp.
incuts. 1 was eomcwliat In orrot,
liowovor, in assuming that the K.e
cutivi! was mipporling alelvinley.
It is cotilldeullv btatcd Unit llarii
son is in nccoril with Blaine, and his
iJeciprocity Jleaeage certainly points
in Unit diti'ction. Hon ever this nny
be, lll.tlno is forcing lliu lighting
TIu-NpwYoiIc Heialil's AYaslt
inglon corrospomlt'iit nsiorta that
Secretary Ulaiiip, in an informal
conference with the Senate Appro
printions Committee, sharply o1pci1
tho sentiment of the Administration
in opposition to the McKiuley Ta
tiff hill, lie said in substance that
the bill is an outrage and ought, to
be killed by the Senate. Tho cor
lcpondcnl fuillicr nsscrtb that Mr.
IJI.iine said that tiie men who ote
for the bill vole to wiecU the Re
This scene is graphically depicted
in tho follow iog despatch to tho San
Washington, Juno 20. What was
only known to a few yesterday be
came voiy generally known to-day,
and thai i3 that the Administralion
lias opculy arrayed itself against the
passage of the MuKinley taiiff bill.
In a w rittcn statement intended foi
public circulation, Secretaiy J31atne
uccesiaiily was confined lo the pro
prieties of evpicasion in oillcial life
in giving utterance to his views,
but in the Senate Appropriations
Committee it is said he waived tins
tcstraint and delivered a lecture on
political economy to Allison of Iowa
that was not intended for the eye or
car of the public
llclcionce was made to this hist
scene in the despatches to-day, but
according to one of the auditors, no
account jet published does the mat
ter justice. r
Senator Hale of Maine, who is on
tho committee, said something
which diew out Mr. Blaine, and lie
proceeded in i most impassioned
manner and with much of his old
time eloquence to tell the committee
what, in his judgment, would be the
effect of the passage ol the McKin
lcy Taiiff bill.
Blackburn, Dcmocmtio morabei
of the committee, was delighted with
the tone and views of Blaine, and
at an oppoitunc moment lie is re
potted lo have said:
"I wish you weio not Mr. Socie
tary and were in the Senate to i.iise
your voice against this McKinley
bill," to which Blaine leplied:
"I wish so too. It is the most
dangerous, if not liic most tnfamouo,
measure that was ever concocted by
any party. They who vote tor this
bill will wreck the Republican party.
If I were in the Senate I would
lather have 1113' right arm taken out
of its socket than vote for this bill."
At this Senator Allison, with
some feeling, said:
"You are winking at Senator
Blackburn across the table and are
just saying this to please him."
'I was winking at Senator Black
burn," replied Blaine, "because he
was winking at me, but I say sol
emnly that this McKinley bill is an
outrage, and ought to be killed by
Blaine then finished tho remarks
he had outlined on the importance
of the appropriation and retired.
The general accuracy of this nar
ration has not been questioned, al
though seveial of the ultui-protec-tionist
papers were inclined to throw
doubt upon it. tlowevcr, Mr. Blaine
set the matter at rest by a scini
autlioritative statement whicli lias
been telegraphed all over the coun
try. This statement is inclosed for
separate publication. The protec
tionist organs profess to be satisfied
with this position of Blaine, which
is only antagonistic to the sugar
schedule, but they can take but
small comfort from this grain of
consolation because Senator Plumb,
heietofore one of tholeadcisof the
Protectionist party, has denounced
the McKinley bill as a measure in
tended to dcstioy tho foreign com
merce of the United States, and lias
secured nn order by tho Senate to
the Finance Committee instructing
it to give a reason in writing for
every inciease it has proposed in
tho Tariff schedule. This oidcr is
on its faco a reflection, if not a di
rect censure upon tho Finance Com
mittco, of which John Sherman is
the chairman. This veteran politi
'cian is playing for a presidential no
mination, but so aho arc Blnino and
McKinloy and ocvcral others, and
Shcrmnn's chance of getting up a
tariff boom is theieforo very slim.
The committeo obeyed tho order,
and made tho following report on
the sugar Rchedulo: "Sugar up to
No. 13 Dutch standaid is placed'
upon tho free list as a matter of
wise public policy, and a bounty is
piovided in order to encourage do
mestic production." It is to bo
noted that tho Finance Committeo
Reported tiic free sugar schedule to
the Senate after hearing Secretary
Tho comparative statement called
for by tho Scnaty bus been pre
pared, showing the effect of the
MMkJtiMmm'u, ti&AKW.w., M.sAMJiL,
ln'epbSen ilrlf tMm. BIlBUlrt
tlio linporto for 1800 equal llioso for
18SD, Of ail nrtiblcs dcnlt with, the
decrease In revenue under tlio
lloitso bill would bo S2C, 128,042
nnd under tho Senato bill 820,318,
i)0o But inasmuch as tho schedule
in both bills is intended to bo pro
iilbilory on several lines of impoils
Hid roventio will not be responsive
to the extent estimated, and n
heavier decrease in receipts may be
anticipated should cither bill be
There is grave doubt, however,
whether Congress will not bo com
pelled to call a halt on tho Tariff
bill, as it has already appropriated
in eccss of the estimated revenue
on the basis of tho existing tariff.
"In the light of recent and pending
legislation," writes the sooretaiy of
the Ways and Means Committee to
the Philadelphia Lcilyer, "the as
sets ond liabilities of the Govern
ment for tho ilsenl year beginning
with the 1st of July, may bo pro
perly revised and put in the follow
ing foi tn :
HiceiptB. .. . :J.5!rj,O0O,OOO
Deficit. $ 59,001,500
The pension bill appiopiinles one
half the gross lcvcnuc as nearly as
may be, and as neither parly daic
"go hick" on ihe soldiers tnd their
relations, there appears to bo noth
ing for it but to create a deficiency
and inciease the debt or leave sugar
As a compiomise, Blaine's hi
tended recipioeily project might
come in as a substitute for fiee
sugar. It would shut out Cuba and
West India sugar, aad confine the
benefits of a free susar and free
wool market to the Latin American
States which arc independent na
tionalities. But tin; acceptance of
this policy is by no means certain
at present, The tin eal cued deficit,
however, may, induce the majority
in the House as well as the Senate
to adopt his proposal0. That tbi3
would bo lo the public interest no
one can doubt; but then it would
be so conspicuous a victory to
Blaine, and such adwaifing of his
personal rivals in the Republican
party, that it is almost loo much to
cspect of them lo saciificc their
personal ambition on the altar of
public duty. American politicians
are not made of such stuff as a rule,
hence the doubt of the triumph of
Blaine's enlightened policy piolong
ing the agony of the islands'
"VI O'JICE is heiebv given that the fain
Li of the Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
has been ieoig.ini7ed. Geoige . Mac
f.ulanc,E.R. Miles, W. Austin Whit
ing, trutcc and Thos. S. Kay, have ra
llied fiom Paid lhm and all Intel cts
are now csted in D. Paul It. Ihenberg,
W. II. Coinwell and S. I. J-.li iw, who
as co-pauncis under said lhm n.uno
will cany on the business of Hack,
Bonding and Liviy Stables and Im
porter and Dcalcis in Live .Stock.
Cornwcll, lesidpntof Walluku, Maui.
Sli iw & Istnbcig, ic-ideuta of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Go.
D. P.LTL it. ISrcXBEHO,
S. I. bllAW.
Honolulu, June 9, lSDO. rU8 Siw
'pill: California Wine & Spi.it Busi
1. tie heietofui.s eariied on at No.
SSPoit tii'Pt, under the lhm name of
Unmlltou Johnson I lids dav di-solved
by iiniitt.it consent.
TUB above business will be continued
at the pit-sent stauil by Henry
Congdou under the limi n.imii of Heiuy
Cougilon A, Co. All miitieis lelatlrg lo
the above bit-dues-, will be Fettled by
the uudei signed.
HUNBY CONGDON a. CO.
Honolulu, June 00, l&UO. .107 lvv
H' W. SOnMIDT bogs leavo to In
t foim tho public that he has es
tablished here au Inipoitlng and Com
mission Business under the ilrui name of
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
And that Mr. II. Lnso
sljin by niopiiutloii.
has authority to
Honolulu, July 1, 1600.
. AtOJ. A
rpO buy for cash a Small
5?4'r3Sa J- House, and Lot, with a
g2&&Bgood title nnd centrally
located. Call on Clms. Hammer, cor
ner King and Foit slicct, foi further
rilflB Two-story Btlck
'JL. Building now used ns
tho olllco of thn Hawaiian
Tramways Co., (L'd), on King stieet,
sultahle either lor an ulllcu or stoie.
Apply at the Hawaiian ConimeicI.il
Sah'Hioonis, Otis tf
Snlo of Fancy Article 1
TilBRE will bo a salo of Taney Arti
cles, chlelly Hawaiian, at Queen
Emma Hall, on FBI DAY, July 11,
1890, for tho hem lit of that institution.
Bcfieshmeuts will be seived, 581 td
MILS. MONROE, ladles' nuree, hsa
removed to No. 8, Kukul lane.
Imported Blrcct fiom Havana.
eat Cattle !
On MONDAY, July 21st,
Theio will bo sold at Publlo Auction,
nt ICahlkluul, Muul,
Mom: or LESS.
V8 A good
HEWETT & JACOBSEW,
Accountants, Collectors, Oomrals'lon Agents nail
Ocrton Hott'e Broktw.
Aro it all times picptrpil to per.
form t'jy duiclptlnu nt Cloncal Woik,
"'Uch us Auditing Aeeotints, l'oallngnp
Tradesmen's fjo'-.kg, MakitiL' Inventories
of Stock, Kiiem-sini: I.eeiil Documents,
Etn. Compif in nnd lidiuble Freight
Cletks for theilt livci, and tallying of
tsjTOuiep nvlli brAcr.ifc PonEin son's,
Qm.cn Mrfci Isi Olllee Ht tnu, .Mu
in il Telepkoiu- l'i. 1M1 Telephone 414
C-Oni New Allotype Blustiated
Oititlogue sentfieo on application.
IIS SUTTEK 8T,
San FintieiBeo, : t Ctttifoinla
HENRY IB. STANLEY
IK DARKEST AFRICA
ThooompletBiil.jrrff StinUy'urccont thtllllnj
wlvuiturca and t'.e di-Uok iro ef lil. lmpurtant
aincorerinwlilapiuar lor tho Mrst tlino In tlio
work writtun V l.lmolf, uitiUid "In DuLeat
Airl"a. 1 I not lo ilcdio I 1 j ony of the ao
cilleil "Stanlty boot 3 uor trains oirorod ai "gen
ulue ojil authentic " Tu nu unu at theso Lja
Stanley cant rlbutol rvlnu'
TlKrol a n oaupftt'i i.uonfc tli' ptatmont le ug
corrLCtlneieiypitlkiilir Wojimniuteolt, ana
will Rivo MrtlniLii 1 on .j 1 Ikctn n
UHUIIUIV! tut tlw I.00. Udi tho tin.
I tint of
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And that tho canTouln an. nt catiki a certlCcato
of Bttncy from at.
A. L BANCROFT & GO:
132 POST STREET,
General Agents for Jlic Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberlin,
Hole Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
ITiirniflliotl House To Let
.A AT vvaiklki, a two Blory
,j 21 Hon-e, lotitaliiinc fix
rooms nicely furnished, with
kiiLbeii, lanal. bath uud'pervMni'e rooms.
BUIdo, tta , to let for a fow months a, a
rcuoi.ablc rate. Or rooms 'will be ltt
Bltiely with iond table board.
HAWAIIAN BUrtlNEfiS AGENCY.
Valuable Properly For Snle
Nuiianti Aciin;. n
'newly furnished S.storv
House containlnc 8 rooms.
kitchen, bathroom, closeis, carriage
house, stable, lienery, etc. CJiouado
contain 2 210 acres, well laid out in
lawn", 'shade and fruit trees, flowern,
ttc. Will be sold low, with or without
furniture, horeiB, carriages, live Block,
ana nu me nnnoinunenis noeileu in a
tlrat-clasa resilience, as the
tends leaving these Islamla.
rpHE best remedy for
JL wounds, ulccis,
galls, proud llosh nnd
Boies of cvoiy descrip
tion to poisons or am-
Adonted by leadlntr hoiso tail
club and livery stablcB, etc., In
tho Unltod States and elsewhere. Wo
aio prepared to piove'thls Btatcmentby
testimonials aud referent c3 to plantois
and llveiymcu in this Klugdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and tjtercoscopio Views of tlio
most attractivo scenery, buildings, etc ,
In these lslaudu, for solo at reukonublo
HAWAIIAN BU8INE8S AOEN0Y.
Corner Fort and Merchant streets,
HAIiBRSIITH & MEM,
9 s. 08
'Aim 5-l) s
2 SgSS5 -
osotuilc uleisl Coi'y.
From San Ftanolsoo,
Leave Due at
, S-F. Honoltilo
Mariposa July 20. ,.. Aug 2
Zealandla Aug 2,1 ... Aug SO
Alameda .Sopt 20.... Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 38 Oel 25
Zenlandia Nov lii Nov 22
Alameda Deo 13. . . Bee 20
For San Francisco.
I.ca,c Duo ut
Tnly ! .. July 2C
Aug 0.. ..AUg 23
Sept 3.... Sept 20
Oct 1 Oct 13
.Oct 20. ..Nov 15
Zealand ia .
Nov 26.... Dec 13
Zcnlandia Deo 24
lntermediate-S. S. Australia.
Fi iday . .
... Aug a
FOIl SAJf SiItAS;3S:0.
and Uiie Al nteul ti.itnslil
Of tlioOciitiii..H:cani--hlpC.!nptjn, will
he due al ionobilii Ik in Svdue,
and AtiCkland on oi alio :t
July 26, 1030.
And will letvd for tho above port with
malls and ptssengeis ou cr about that
For frelgM or pai-sagc, havnu- bU.
WM. G. IEWIN & (30.. Agents.
Sydney and Auckland
The nev and lino Al steel
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
- - w,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for theahovtporta.
For freight or pashage, having SU
PEltlOK ACCOMMODATIONS, anplv
37 WE 0. IRWIN & CO.. Acenis
Gustav A. Sckuinan
No. 79 & 01
: : King Slrcoi.
Wright & Son's.
Having leceived a full assortment of
'arriane Trimming Matotiala from the
East, I am prepared to execute all ordcu
with Deiltnesi and despatch at very rca.
Hawaiian Lime I
8 SO I-CIt IIAKKKL.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
W3 Sole Agents. tf
NATURAL MIneial V'ater. For
sale only by
a , . -u v TV. S.LUCE,
Sole Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands. 528 tf
Corner King i, Bsthel Streets,
Has just Impoi led some new stylo
Manila & Havana Cigars,
OJgaietto L Choice Tobaoooi,
iorMilo. Also, Cold Di Inks. 577
Manufacturer of Ladic'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BKIi? BIIKOS MADE TO OnDEIt.
I'ejfKeU oi Mewed; also, Hadillco.
8HNuuunutJt p, o. Utx 203.
coo Kim & oo.,
No. 60 Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kliids of
CnsHlmereH nuU I'uinlnliluj; Gooda.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good tit guai anteed. S47 zm
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort rireet lo Bo.
bollo Lane, Pair jia.
Ofkjcb Houjib: 0 a. m. to 12 11. ord
r. m. to 0 v m.
Mutual COO-aTELEPIIONEStSyBcll 47B
FIREWOOD for ula at Hawaiian
JL Commercial Bflleerooms. corner of
Queen and Nuuanu itrcetn, 48 tf