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Plcdfttt to mithtr St-i nor Party,
Qut established for tSc bcntrtl of all
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THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1800.
A PROJECTED STEAM SERVICE.
The last California mnil brought
the news that the French (Jovein
merit had submitted to the Oceanic
Steamship Company the draft ot a
contract for a mail service between
Sau Francisco and Tahiti, and the
prospect seemed fair that the par
lies would agree upon terms.
Should the Oceanic Steamship
Company undertake the service,
they propose to put on a good
.steamer to run between Honolulu
ntul Tahiti, connecting hero with
the direct San Francisco boat, to
which freight and passengers will be
The importance to the Hawaiian
Islands of opening up this trade is
apparent to all who have given the
matter any attention, and while at
the start the business may be limit
ed, it cannot fail to grow and in
crease as the service is continued.
Xfc have not at hand at present
figures showing the imports and ex
ports of Tahiti, or the general busi
ness transacted there, but wo know
that sailing vessels run regularly be
tween Tahiti and San Francisco, re
ceiving a subsidy from the French
Government, but which will cease
when the proposed steam service is
established. I here are also vessels
trading between New Zealand and
Tahiti, taking supplies to the latter,
not only for its requirements, but to
be distributed from there as a cen
tre to various small islands.
Now, there is no reason w hy Ho
nolulu should not be the centre for
nil this business, and in addition to
being the shipping station for the
products of those islands, furnish
much of the supplies needed by
them. Cattle may be ppecially
mentioned as a supply that our
graziers can furnish. Tahiti has to
import largely in this line, New
Zealand being at present one of the
countries imported from. With
legular steam communication, a
. part, if not the whole, of that trade
could be secured to this country.
In view of these facts, it is to be
hoped that the contemplated steam
service will before long be inaugu
rated, and we trust the present
Legislature will consider well the
importance of granting a fair sub
sidy to any parties who will under
take an enterprise fraught with &o
much promise of benefit to this
SUCK IS LIFE.
Alas Mr. A. Young, the gieat
Tipton Slasher of the so called Re
form Party, who was called to the
front to knock out the modest and
unpretentious Mr. IJergcr, was com
pletely knocked out of lime in the
third round by Mr. Berger ; conse
quently McGinly threw up the sponge
in disgust, and no doubt will soon lie
found in the ranks of Ucrgcr and
his square-dealing mechanic. Sucli
i life, dear boy. Glencoe.
The law made in 1888 preventing
certain class passenger vessels from
carrying lepers is undoubtedly a
nound one, but it seems that there
is some difllculty in carrying out
this law and at the same time enforce
the segregation of the lepers ns it
ought to be. Lately here on Maui
wc notice nn unusual amount of
pronounced lepers at large. AVenre
convinced that nn blame can be at
tached whatever to the health and
dolico olllcers of tho districts ; tho
reason is simply tbo want of a con
veyance to send the lepers to Hono
lulu. The officers hero have for
some limes depended on the steamer
"Viva" to transport the unfortunate
people, but since she has stopped
running here, no shipment has been
made. We call the attention of the
Hoard of Health to this matter and
expect a special steamer to be sent
to Kiihului to carry away the sick
and enforce segregation.
Maui, June 28, 1890.
The King vs. Leymour, arraigned
for perverting justice assisting J. It.
Mills in his attempted escape. Plea
will be taken Saturday.
King vs. Joe, arraigned for per
jury. Creighton for prosecution;
Achi for defendant.
Tho King vs. Kealoba, larceny.
Creighton for prosecution ; Johnson
for defendant. On trial.
IN CIIASIBEltS BEKOnE JUDD, 0. J.
Jn ro estate of Robinson, on trial.
Tho election to (ill the- vacancy In
the Legislature caused by the resig
nation of lion. J. A. Cummins,
passed off very quietly yestciday.
Jlr. C. O. Ucigcr and Mr. A.
Young were the candidates, the
former remcscntiinr Hie National
Reform parly and tlio latter the Re
form party. The polls closed at 5
o'clock p. m., and just twenty min
utes after that hour Mr. John Can
sidy, of the Bell Telephone Com
pany, had got the complete returns
Horn every district on the island,
and telephoned them to the press
and others. The Natlonnl Rntoim
nominee, Mr. Rcrger, received 071
votes, and Mr. Young o35, giving
Mr. Rcrger a majority of -lilG. Fol
lowing are the returns from the
various districts :
kii:s r Disimcr noNOLViA'.
lt Precinct HO 30
2d Precinct 110 ti
1st Precinct 7d It
I'd Piccluet Ill 0U
2d l'loeluet ...10S :i
1st Precinct 127 21
2d Piecinct 7t 62
VI Fill UliiniCT.
1st Precinct (M 17
2d Precinct 01 10
SIXTH U1ST1UCT KOOL.AU.
SKVEN1 II DIS1KICT VAIAMJA.
ltPicelnct 11 8
2d Precinct 10
ninilTIT 1HST1HCT KVt'A.
lt Precinct 10 12
s.d Piodiict 17 r
Total votes east.
You ask n liltlo piose could I wilto?
Well, I can tiy, perhaps indite
A thought or two, and get it htrnight,
Tho' in poetry our llight is great.
From earth, caitliy we emanate,
And our Mnful llush we emancipate;
As we soar above, and beyond tho stars
From life's battle Held with its niauy
And there, in that beautiful woild apart
From all that dosses and grieves our
Wc may close our eyes to our lonely lot
And dwell with ihoe who are not'for-
Far van-so than the naughtiest ol
"Are the laucllul (lights of my little pen.
My intention was good, though 'tis out
of my line.
To send you this aiticle all proband
I'll try very hatd to complete it- in
Yes, I did tho tlicatioby request, and
Who were there of the tipper ten
Beamed festive and brilliant at jokes
now and then.
Every fan llultcied itself into a tussel
When Bell had the check to sing of the
With jolly good nature ho gave It the
"Too good to be true'' vuis, a good
Pardon our pieference in this little case,
It tenderly clings and tniiu-3 'round the
"What is love," son;;, singer, nor place
Could appeal to our soul with moiu
On a Fide illsh of "ossln. to quiet and
It settled and loll, like a hallowing
Whilu I secictly piaycd that my neigh
bor might learn,
From the "nowness of thi'ii,'" to closely
A beautiful lesson enveloped in song,
And I feci that its Impress was left on
I can't tell you v hy, but my pen's like
Aud never was known to bo prosy by
'To en-Is so hum:i:i, to foigivc is di
vine,'' I appeal to your nature, iho' 'tis human
Pat dou my en or, which I lay at your
A'sk life for your piose, but ine
Sale of Fancy Articles !
THERE will bo a sale of Fancy Ai ti
des, chieily Hawaiian, at Queen
Emma Hall, on FRIDAY, July 11,
1800, for the benefit of that institution.
Refreshments will bo served. D81 til
THE California Wine & Spiiit Busi
ness heictofore carried on at No.
8S Fort Ftrcct, utider the lirm uaine of
Hamilton Johnson is this day dissohed
by mutual consent.
HENRY CONG DON.
MIE above business will bo continued
nt tho itresent fctand by Henry
Congdon uuder the II nil name of Hcmy
Coiigdon & Co. All matters relating to
tho nbove business will ho hettled by
HENRY CONGDON & CO.
Honolulu, June 30, 1800. 007 lw
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho Ann
of the Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
has been reorganized. George W. Mac
farhmo, E. R. Miles, IV. Austin Whit
ing, trustee and Titos. S. Kay, have re
tired from said llini and all lutcicsts
are now vested in D. Paul It. Isenberg,
V. II. Cornwell and S. I. tShaw, who
as co-pai titers under said rlrm name
will curry on the business 'of Hack,
Boarding nud Livery Stables and Im
porters and Dealeis in Live Stock.
Cornwell, realdent of Wallul.ii, Maul.
Shaw it Ibcubcig, icUdcnU of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
D. PAUL R. TSENBERG,
WM. II. CUitNWKLJi.
S. I. HIT AW.
Honolulu, Juno I), 1830.
. DAILY BIOLLB!: HONOLUIA7, II. 1, foFLT 16, 189Q,
uclion Sales ly Lewis J. L9wy.
TOOIOllttOW, July lil!i
AT I O'CLOCK SH3f,
At T. IT. DavHs & Co 's Waiohouse,
Esplanade, I will sell at Public Auction
for account of whom it may concern:
10 bill?, 2(17 stit.x (l.il. dm united Sheets
(I'0x3-:i, 210 tf.JOIb'
W bdK 120 shls Mnl. t'oritignted Sheets
7'oxa-a, 2102259 lbs '
0 bdU. 00 tilth Gal. Conugated Sheets
8'(K3-:i, 210 ismoibs
!i bdls, 27 shls Gal. Conugated Sheet?
3 bills, 21 slits Gal. Corrugated Sheets
T H D & Co
lPhdls, 130 shts Oal. Opirugated Sheets
4 bills, .o shls Gnl. Corrugated Sheets
S'OxS-3, 2IC 8 It) lbs
22 bdls, 1118 sht Gal. Coirugatcd Sheets
I)'0.8-:i. 21G 40'Olbs
1 bill, 8 shts Gal. Conugated Sheets
10'0.K-:i. 2IG 228 lbs
3 bdl, -18 hhts Gal. Conugated Sheets
7'0x8-3, 20G 710 lbs
C bills, S4 shts Gul. Coirugatcd Jjluets
8'0x8-y, 20G 1317 lbs
2 bdls, f 2 slit-. Gal Corrugated Sheet:!
5'IKS-3, "40171 lbs
C bdls. 82 shls Gal. Coirugatcd Sheets
GU8-:l. 210-1 112 lbs
2 bdls. 21 slits Gal. Conugated Sheets
7'0x8-3, 2IG toSlbs
IS bills, 180 slits Gal. Conugated Sheets
8'0xS-:, 210 4140 lba
21 bills, 210 shts Gal. Conugated Sheets
O'OxS-3, 2.1G 5ii7.1 l'JS
32 bdls, 40 shts Gal. Coirugatcd Sheets
O'Oj.8-3, 24G 7700 lbs
7 bdls, SI shts Oal. Conugated Sheets
7'0x8-3, 2101(190 lbs"
2 bdls, 20 shts Gal Conugated Sheets
8 0x8-3. 24.U 110 IU3
1 bill, 10 shts Gal. Conugated Sheets
.V0X8-3, 2 tO-255 lbs
2 bills, 20 shts Gal. Conugated Sheets
8'0.8-3, 240400 lbs
21 bdls, 187 shts Gal. Conugated Sheets
!)'0x8-3 4075 lbs
25 bd's, 200 shts Gal. Corrugated Sheets
10'0xS-3 5821 lbs
T H D & Co
30 bills Xo. 0
13 bdls Xo. 5
11 bdls No. 4
Each Buud'.e weighing 224. lbs.
T H D &. Co
3S bv Charcoal Tin Plate, Is 14x20
2 reels, -1 pt Gal. Patent Sleel
7 " Bsiib Keiicc Wiie, 112 lb-, eacli '
Damaged ex ship "llorrowdalu" from
Livcipobl to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
NEW Furniture: Tailor
room Sets, Stove, Etc.,
sacritlce. Apply at ufllce of
Carriage Manufacturing Co.
T:io , at a
A NICELY rnrni-liPd
Room to let with
iMthrooiu utlachutl. In a pii-
viitc lamilv. Apply at tills otSlee.
PO buy for cash a Small
House and Lot, witli a
good title ami centrally
Call on Chas. Hammer, cor-
and Fort slieel, for further
rpHE Two-stoiy Bilck
X Building now med ns
tlio ollleo of the Hawaiian
Tramways Co., (L'd), on King street,
suitable either for an ofllca or htoro.
Apply nt tho Hawaiian Commercial
Salesrooms. MS tf
Cu-Mii'tnoi'sliii Not ice.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Tom
Gow and Ah Phart have formed
aco-paitucrshlp under the linn name
of Tom Gow iio Co., and will carry on a
dry goods and tailoring business at No.
IS5 Niiiianu stieet, opening on Saturday,
July 12, ISOOj C01 lw
Dr. A. 15. OAllTEIt
AS removed his ollleo to No. as
Beietaiilii, between loit and
Niiuanu streets. Ollleo hours: D:30to
11 A. M., and 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 i M,
Mutual Telcphono No. il!)J. r70 1m
Dr. A. LDTZ
'ILL have ofllee liniirs from 8 to c
Beretaula, between Port and Nuuanii
stiects. Mutual Telephone
RB. MONROK, ladles' nurse, hue
removed to No. 11,
Unction Sales by James F. Morgan.
LARGE a IMPORTANT
Cii Trails Si !
I am directed by Messrs. II. HACK
FKI.D & Co. to sell at Public Auction,
ot their stoiu. Queen sticet, on a liberal
credit to the trade, on
Monday, Tuesday ft Wednesday,
July 1 1, IB and 10, 1800,
Oonmea:lne nt 10 O'clcck A. !! Fjcl Day,
All their liniloitallon of Merchandise
ot every iloseilptlon. Tlio sale will
comprise specially selected goods of tho
latest styles, too numerous to siiecify.
Among tho stock will bu found lull
New A, fashionable Dry Goods,
Pi hits, Clothing,
Sydney & Kngllbh Saddles,
r.te , ICte., Etc., Etc.
CSr- All floods offered will be posi
tively sold, and large invoices will be
closed at any pi ice on llber.-l tei 1113.
tc:i; nt RAI.B,
Execuior & Trustee's Salo of
Ln, Cattle, tees,
3Ulo., iSto ,
By direction of CECIL BROWN, Es
eoutor & Ti nstee of thu .Lust Will and
Testament of Philip Mlltou. deceased,
1 am diiccted to sell at Public Auction,
Or. SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT lO O'UIiOCK A. 31.,
At tlio Farm House in Palolo Valley,
Honolulu. Oahu, all tho following
desci ibed Properly, suitable
for Ranch purposes:
1st All that land containing an niea
of 450, acics and situate iulCipabulu
aud Waialno-lki, District of Koun, Oahu,
mid being the same premises conveyed
to tue sain rnuip Linton ny uieTins
tccs of the Estate of V. C. Lunalllo.
2nd All that land containing an niea
of nine acres situate In Palolo Valley,
and being the same premises convoyed
to the said Philip Mlltou by Ursdldu
Sherman. Tlds property has a large
reservoir upon it, which supplies the
lower lands with water for rice cultiva
tion, the leseivoir Is ISO fathoms sqiiiuc
and has a deptli of 1 1 feet, and cot In
the neighborhood of 10,000.
3rd All that laud containing an nrc.i
of 10 acies and situate at Kipalmlu,
uaiiu. 'i no two linger tracts lu Mpa
liiilu and Wuialac-ikl arc fenced with
good stone walls and wire f-neimj di
vides them from propel ty now in po
sesj-lon of D. 1'. Iseuberg and iied for
Alo at the same time, and place the
Lease from Trustees of Bitdiop IMate
of Waahila, tiOO acres, yearly lental
&200, lease cxpiies August, 18S)y.
Lea-e from S. Kawul ahd Eekaui of 2
pieces of land In Waianiau and Kekio
a.facics, yearly rental if 24, lease ex
plies in August, 181)9.
The lauds of Waahila 480 acres aie
now bringing a, rental under an agree
ment with Poi tugueso of 800 a year.
There are about 8 acres of turn almost
ripe which will be sold with the laud
unon which It Is siowluu
The income fiom Oianges, Limes,
Coffee, Etc., and Pasturage have
amouuted to about $ 100 a year.
The propel ty above set forth have a
laboier's house, slaughter house and
other outbuildings upon them, and 2
Also at the same time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 Milch Cows, Seven Pair of Woiklng
Oxen, ulso 5 Horses, 0 Mares and 2
Colts, Ox Cart, Saddles mid Bridles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and other utensils ami
property ustd upon a well appointed
tsr Tlio Piopeity can bo Inspected at
any lime. For f urtlicr pin tlculars apply
JAB. F. MORGAN,
Or, to Ckcil Bnow.v,
Executor A Trustee RtiO lm
-i c VOLUMES Enevclomedla Brltan
J.0 niea, Morocco bound, in good
never used. Apply
WF.STERMAYER i'iano for sale as
good aa now, only bought it few
months ago. Innuiro at the
THMPLI5 OF PAHIIION',
COO lw Cor. Hotel and Fort ts.
SHU 1 USlla
Cask Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
lEICIIAim A. HcCUItDY, Piiwidcnt.
StSr" For full oarllculnvs apply to
Dce-21-8'J General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Jumbles, Coffee Caks, Crackers,
"fiSSf" And will be DELIVERED FUEE of CHARGE to any
Ooll'ee, Tea, Clioeolalo & Milk,
Btcukd, Chop3, Fish, U.un & Eggs,
S SSU3E & ft
SsifcabeS &7 S a a ? aELbnoQrSWil
Solo Proprietora of BAILEY'S SAESAPAEILLA & IHON WATEB,
fiiepr Alt, 9es Ms, Greiilii, RasiiUerryaile. Sarsaprilla, litrel Mm, Btc.
Kir Ali ciim:iiJtlos
II I II 1 !!! I T-""v -!-
A T a meeting of shareholders of the
1'X. Hawaiian Paellle Cablo Co. held
on June 10, 1890, at ilie ofllee of J. A.
Mugoon, attorney, lloiiolu'u, II. I...I.
Sherman Bartholomew' was elected to
the olllce of Tieasuior, to succeed lion
Frank C. Dudley li'slgncd.
.1. SHERMAN BARTHOLOMEW,
BOO lit Pi esident & Ti easiucr.
f R. W. CLPPK has taken man-
1?X agumciit of the Woodhtwn Dairy
& Stock Co. Mr. John Grace leagued.
W. O. SMITH,
Secretnrv W D. ta H. Co.
ITonohlhi. July 1, 18D0. i")!)'.! .It
NOTICE is hereby given thai I will
not pay debts contracted iu my
name without mv wiiitca older.
W. C. ACI1I.
Honolulu, July 7, ISM. 'J6 lm
NYOXT3 having private pnpois of
. tho lute Jules Tavernier will oli
ilgo by sending them to Mrs. Jules
Tavernier, 005 Powell stieet, Sau Fran
cisco. 008 3t
WK.A AN Uiifuinlshed 2 or 3
e;v3 .t. iii
'nriiurtil I tt-irr.i itnnt
feSSkiS! town. Apply t this otllce.
G00 a i
WASTED at ONCE !
or Hi ice blocks (torn
tho corner of Fort and Hotel
streets, suitable for throe gentlemen for
housekeeping. Addioi-s !. O. Box
No. 207." C00 tf
IIOUriE with 7 rooms
and bath, uu the cor
ner of Bcrctania nud Pcusa-
eoln stiects. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply nt this ollleo. 081 tf
TO LET or LEASE
fPniS RcBldenco of Mrs. A.
I X Long, lu Pauoa Valley.
I Apply to
01 Kliig St., over J. Noll's stoic.
fi71 tf .
i O RENT or LEASE
THAT desirable Picmises
on Foit sticet, lu the
"Mclneruy Block," recently
occupied by J. N. 8. Williams, suitable
for ortlco or storo. For Information
imply to ofllco Union Iron Woiks, Jw-
plaiiade. or to
t60 lm J. N. a. WILLIAMS.
ISSUED BY TUB
cr a. w cj sri7.Tj'ai:iz:ri7.
ALWAYS ON IIANp AND TO ORDER
Pies,- Buns. Bolls.
!aojm 11:30 . ni. to
ami ortlern should bo addressed, to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Having removed our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quarters at
No. S FOUT rJT?.22!E:'3?,
(Near the Custom House)
Wc are now piepuied to furnith nt nhoit notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
1 Tpmnn QtPQTnlimuiTr nu
i, uuiuuii. uuunuuiij ui uiuam :
Gitisapavilla, Snrsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
lining exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
Without a Rival
Ons-third ths Prioa of the
2Sy A Saving ol 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Best.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVBS & CO..
E. B. THOMAS,
Ettimatet Given on Brick, Iron, Stone &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
KEF.rs FOR BA1.H
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiles CxC red, vblto and blue;
Mlutou, Plastic and EncuuBtio Tiles In
various patterns, all idtuls of DiuIuhko
Iffir Okfice Southcaet corner Ala
kea uud Queeu streets.
Mutual -aTElEPII0NESJ6TDell 351
part of tho city. gj
Slcwa, Soutcd Tig's Feet, Etc.
1 . m.
in Price & Quality 1
Housekeeper Should TTse It !
Exclusive Agents for tlio Hawaiian Ishuulp.
Mm ice Co
Ii. O. ABIiES, Mann go r.
Fort Street, : Honolulu.
Ate now prepuwl to deliver Ice to any part
or tbo Oily.
Tho packing nnd shipment ol country
ordeis wlllieccivo rno.it careful atten
tion. All of our Ice la manufactures from
Pino Mountain Water, carefully filtered
by tho Hyatt Pure Wnter Co. Filter,
which is universally acknowledged to
be the best filter made.
Packages of Butter, Game, Fish,
Meatn, Etc., received for cold storage
in our Refrigerating Rooms at mode
fc2P Ice for salo at the Factory nt any
hour, day or night. 6C3 lm