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MONiJAY, JULY 14, 19!)0.
, , , MIRiVALS.
Blllii ilku'i.ili f i oin ICaiuiI
ltUO U Itivutit, Jacob.eu, 1" day3 fioni
Ainb Pot e-t Q teen ?JolIu, 13 tliijs
lioui Min l'r nelsoo
Helir ol Wnlilne from Uninnl.ua
Sehr Kawallaiil fiom Koolsiu
.lulv 10 -Nor
l)k Tlior, W E Sto'meit. lor
Stun Waltilcalu for Kil.tuei and llaua-
lcl ut i p 111
Stun- J 1 c uiumlns for Kool.m at 0 n in
Stmr Wnlimimuo lor V alanae iinil Wnl-
alua ut 9 n m
Stmr i'o u Uir ilmnakiia tit 4 p m
LOCAL & lilillElML HEWS.
A suite of tliroo furnished looms is
ofT.'ud to let.
A oikctlkm r: w.uita u neatly fin
nish fionl nuin.
Tnn Kamolnnnelms beat tho Star?
17 lo 0 on Siitiir.luy.
sj1' by J. T.
kciuscnu u olleied fur
A MOMAJf In do hnuo woik
wanted ut i he Eaulo MmiEO."
Tnn French Admiral KerxntmU dc
Pr.pniosuil wvM presentrd lo tin; King,
ut tlio r.ilai't1, thin afternoon.
A st'M't.Mi mealing oi tho now Tiro
Police Company is called for to-mor-low
evening, ut Mechanic Engine
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fr rty'--- ' ' ' " ' ' y '- f ', ; ';, v 'L?j !r
f HE LEOISLM'M
VESSELS IEAVIU2 TO-MOnRQW.
Btmr Khmu for llllo and way poits at
!i p in
Stmr lAkullt-o for Maui at " p in
ritiiir Mokolll for Molol.nl ut 3 p m
St mi- Isviiliiui for Lahalua aiiU llutmi-
kua at 10 a in
Stmr .1 is MaUce for K paa nt -1 p in
btuir Kuala for Nuwiliwlll aud 11 in.i-
maulu ati.5 1 m
t3tmr AllUah.il.i lor Kim il at 5 p m
ijubr Kuw.dliiiil for ioo au
From Sun tr.uiuls.'o per bU U D Ihy-
ant, .mi ia-tiis - .Miuui-i .
for Ml loiicsli pir o.iilng Stir.
.July 12 Ati I Al and Mis i u.iuiioii,
Kuv T i: JCuiul and w lie, Hcv v Wall.,
up, Miss. uoiplu, MitsJ iMotihi! ,Mi-"i
l'usa Aliss Ivliincy, lti-v 0-.1..-1 Kumu
aud wife, and 7 &on h M;.t hlainloid.
i rotn Maul iki- etuir LUcikc, July 13
A aiidious and wik'. hala-, ll O
Adams, U U Mltihi'U. Mis Xa llm.i,
Slu AMwui and 2 i hi dica, Mi4 Kaujl.
MUj Kil klu., U K Hat tin , A liiiu
liulbiu. J K.ilcwi-ai. U Kalioopal, ullc
nndcliild, Mta.l I) cllva, .Mis A Kulu
lilalle, W Von I'fi'oe, Alinio, .1 J I mui
iiionil, I) Toomcy. i 1 -iiiiudar-. MnJ
A l'almoi , J iiuuliigliain, Jir- 1 statin.
M . Oouiidvo, i Vogei, V v iuik ,iud
Wifo, ilia3 - CrOOk, .ii:i) A look', "l)i S
luuio. Bio L'lMillc. Bio l'hll.ip.Y
il in. n V. Yoik. i. Zu i pair, 1 1 u y
tlun, L Noah aiiU w i.e. tils ICihiiiauui.
Mid K M sluiiun, Mm L'.oku. Miss mi
(liuaon, Mi-H.J ruinpbiM.K .-flioll?. Mis
Hall, CPliauaia, .mm ami .MlssCuip.
Mratid Ml3 M.iuti', Mn 1'a. MU- Uu
pahlu, A A i oh mi, A 1'LMuiill, J
T.iylor, Mis i lg.ons. .'lie II olc Kuv
Takiiioil and 2 sui vauts, Ur G no bat,
i" W Ihudy, V it JJautu a, G Uaeo.
SATURDAY'S U ES.
The races at Kapiolant Paik Sa
tuiduy uftuiuoon, ni'ie intiToaling.
By 4 o'ctoik u goodly tiumlior of
person had uuived, antl bolting
buoaiiiu ihilv. Tliu ulleriioou uus
lair, but windy, mul although suv
oral ot the laoui uuru ltiiprnuiptii,
Bomo close ruiiimig aud lair lime
A few minutes past 4 o'cl ick tlie
first raco, pacing, mile heats, bt si
2 in 8, between Prussian lloy and
Billy began. Major W. U. Corn
we)l drove Prtiasian Boy and It.
Davis, Billy; the formur hoisu was
the favoiile. A good stait was
made, Piussiaa Boy having the
pole. Near the first quarter pole
Prussian Boy bioke aud nus almost
stopped betore he recovered his
feet. The distance he lost was
alarming, but near the three-quai-ter
post he bail nearly recovered tho
Bpaco, when he broke again. Billy
kt pt his feet handsomely through
out and came in considi-iably ahead,
nearly distancing Prubian Boy.
Tune 2.54 2-5. In the second heat
I'msslan Boy broke tliree times aud
Billy was an easy winner. Time
Tho second race, one mile dash
between Major Cornweil's Ilani ock
and Hon. W. II. Eiekard's Duke
Spencer, was tho most important
event of the afternoon. Hancock
was the favoiito among mo3t of tho
persons on the Jockey Club stand,
while in the giand stand the natives
supported Duke Spencer. Hancock
was on the track (list and looked
well. Considerable delay occurred
in bringing out Duke Spencer, and
Major "coinwell complained of it.
When Duke Spencer appeared lie
seemed to slightly lavor his leg,
which was hurt on tho 11th of June,
and the Hancock men thought they
had a sure thing. Hancock had tho
pole, but n- slow in Marling.
Duke Spencer, finely ridden by
llowson took the inside of the track
before the tirst quarter was reached.
Hancock caught up, however, and
it was neck aud neck to the three-
quarter, when Duke Spencer took
tho lead and kept it to the ilniah.
Time 1.40 4-5.
The next race was a three-quarter
milo dash between Ilia Kx. J. A.
Cummin's Ivoiy and Major Corn
well's Little Phil. A pretty btait
was made, Ivory having the pule.
They ran neck and netk to beyond
the tree-quarter pole, when Little
Phil took a eligiit lead. As the urre
way approached, Ivory, skillfully
handled by J.-hnny Noble, uiadu a
liuiideomu bnuiiil and i-ikking nut
hid nose mudu a dead heat. Time
A half-mile dash between Johnny
Gray and Traveler was given to thu
latter. Time 50 seconds.
The run off between Ivory and
Little Phil, was the wind up of thu
spurt, ivory becoming au easy win
ner. Tune 1.21.
Tub annual meeting of Ilia Ha
waii Uomimchtl Company will be
held on the 23th insttrtit, at Enoch
Johnson's olhcc, Kaaliuiusnit -.Uoul.
Today heiiif; the anniunsuy of
the fall of tho Batlilo, tho Hawaiian
band played u conceit ut tho resi
dence of the riench CotiimUdoiicr.
Tr-CK's Bad Boy," to bo played by
tho TiwiH Gaiety Company to-mo.-iow
night, is a treat in prospect foi
iliojtto-i;ucrn. The piece U full of
fun, and the company luvo been
eaiefully rehearting bo as to make
the last of it.
Tjin'livnli icpratul "Our Strain
uUts" nt the Oj.eia lluiuu on S.ilui
dny. Tliu i luin,: of tho iudiidunl
inembei.s and of the rnnipuy aa a
win le was i xcellent, decidedly their
be-t jet illco ui rival hi'ie. Tlie
liuiliihiii's of tho rtidioneo were fro
quuutly excited lo tho highest pilch.
To Mortnorr cv?ninj at 7:30 o'clock
ihoru will be .i niictiiiK of thu nieni
hern nud 11 intete-ted in thu eclllld
coiigti gallon of St. Andiew's C.i
thedial. V.-ry iiupnit.uit m.ittein
affecting tliu welt-being of this con
i;u'gatinu will bo biought up and a
full nt'tuddiii-c is L-aiucstly rv-quEti-d.
Tho LoiiMaUtro was
piayi r by Kit'. J. Wtilama i, chap
lulu, ut 10 o'clotl:. Mintil'S of last
uteetilig wcie lead by Mr. Chas.
Wilcox, K-ori'laiy, and Mr. W.
Luther Wlleo::, interpreter.
The President read u ccrtiQeaie
by C. L. Hopl;in'3, Mnrdiul of the
Kinpdom, that C. (. Better had
been oleclrd as a Koble for tho mi
expiicd term of is yeais fiom
February 0, U!90. After soinu dii
cus'iion ii'i to pioccdurc the PieM
dent invited Motile Bergcr to take
Iii3 seat, and directed that the cer
tificate! of election be examined by
the judiciuiy committee. Noble
Betjirr tool; his seat between Nobles
Muller and Pua. The judiciary
conimiltee retiied and reluming le
porlul that the credentials of Noblo
Beiger were in due form. The
President appointed Ivep. Bio'in,
Nobles Muller and L'rnbbe a com
mittee to tiiit on any Justice o! the
Supiemo Tourt, asking linn to ap
pear and administer the oatti to the
new Noble. The committee return
ed with Chiif Justice .ludd, who
administered the oath to NoUe C.
Rep. Uice, from Liliue, Kauai,
for $500 loi roads in that disliict.
Tabled for consideration with Ap
Hep. Lucas, fiom P.obert Laing,
for refund of 810.25, taxes paid
Keferml to i'luancu Miuia-
Mi:ssits. II. llnekfeld & Co.'a, piiIo
hyilr. Jan. F. M rgau, begun at 10
o'clocl; this morning, 'lhe mlo will
bo resumed ut thu sumo hour to
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN -J.
Keiuoiiuiii b, jiuroly loe.tl iiiu Iit
Milled to foreiyu countriuH, (C pur
CfallitiU Iti.iniin mul J3!H(.Ttb.o Ai
The Rpnoral conventlnii of teachers
in the Iiligli-di Schoo's of the King
dom assembled nt the Fnrt Street
School building at 9 o'clock .Monday
morning, the JL ispector-licneial pie
aiding. Thu roil being called, l'JO
teaches were reported present.
The two looms of the high school
division of the building weie impro
vised for the occasion. As the
tooius ate seated lor 50 pupils, some
icua maybe had of llie jinn that
took place wlnui some 2U0 persons
tried lo occiqiy Ihem. Fixed seats,
loose seals, benches, aides and
doorways were veiy soon packed.
It hi came painfully evident before
the first lesson on the programme
was through Hint something must
bo done to leheve lhe coujestinn.
Aicoidingly the Inspector-General
aunouueed that the convention
would be diviihd, and the lessons
repeated hy the instructors. Mr.
F. W. Hardy of Makawao was elect
ed Vice-President; Mr. II. J. Gal
lagher, Secretary, and Mrs. R. M.
Overend, assistant Secretary.
The Inspector-General delivered
an opening address outlining the
work laid out for the week and com
menting upon the relative impor
tance of different brunches of study.
Printed progiarame3 of the pro
posed exercises were distributed.
The first leason culled was nn ex
hibit of primary reading conducted
by Miss Coursen of the Foit Street
School with twelve of her pupils ex
emplifying the results of a lirst
year's emu se of lessons in reading.
Mr. J A. Mooro next took the
rostrum with 'IIigh Aiithraatic,"
tho "high" part of which reached
the altitude of dividing twelve hy
six. The lessons were supposed to
elucidate the process of leaching the
first four rules lo pupils of the
fourth year in the authorized courso
of study. The piocesses in the
teaching of the first four rules were
illustratt d on the i lackboard. The
'explanations" consisted largely of
complications dilllcult to understand
in the case of English born chililien,
but to the average Hawaiian 'ia iki"
of the fourth year must he about as
accessible as the Mimmit of the
tower of Babel. A toucher seated
on the eduu ot the wall in lhe back
low put in some inter logutlons on
the adaptation of technical instruc
tion on arithmetic lo tho capacity of
Hawaiian childieii in purely Hawai
ian communities. After a fdiort
dialogue of question and answers,
the enquirer was lloored with the
conclu-ion of lhe wholu matter, on
thiswise: l,You can tciih this lo
Hawaiiuus; if not, I'll como mid
leach il for youif you pay me,
Bay SuOO ti ui'iiuh."
'Mr. T. II. Gibson followed with
the lesson about thu "goose nud the
gulden eggs," as in lhe second
leader. A belies of class questions
uppllcablo to the picluie as we 1 ai
to the text was presented together
with a number of supplementary
cxerci-es on tho blackboard. Tho
claps qucs ions vveio appioprialu
The Inspector-General read a
sample of work by a third-year boy
on the samo lesson.
The lut half hour of tho fore
noon was taken up by Rev. J. II.
Alexander in a practical exemplifi
cation of the tuiiic-col-fa system of
tuiisic, a lesnii in which tho audi
i uco look a very appreciative- interest.
Noble Walbndge, from 22 elect-'
ors of lluelo, that the btl; be passed
to have both tonus of Couit held at
Wailuku. Tabled for consideration
with the bill.
Hop. White, from Lahalna, with
overUOO name, lhat one term of
Circuit Court continue to be held at
Labaina. Tabled for consideration
wiih the bill.
Hep. Kamai, from llamakualoa,
Maui, that foieign teachers bis paid
the same as native tcaehera. Edu
cation committee. From same
place, that a sum bo appropriated
tor a road lrom Oopuloa to Kniiuu.
Public hinds committee. From
bame place, that a road be opened
from lluelo lauding to the Govern
ment toad. Public lands commit-
Noble Parker, three petitions
from J. V. Bowler lnt, for rediess
in the amount ot 239,275, for illegal
lieatinent in connection with the
baikKulakv.ua; 2d, for 7000 for
work done on Palace gates and
wall; iki, for 82047 for woik done
on Palace electtio light system.
Orde ed refeired to a select com
mittee. Rep. Bush, from liana, that all
the Ministers be native Hawaiians.
Judiciary committee. From the
same place, that all Asiatic and
other foreign labor immigiation be
prohibited. Public lands commit
tee. From same place, that His
Majesty's prerogatives Jje restored.
Rep. Pnelianle, from a committee
of lepers on Molokai, that a com
mittee ef lhe Legislature visit the
settlement. Select committee of
visitation already appointed.
Rep. Kamai, from liana, that
eveiy peison who does any work on
Sunday be imprisoned at hard labor
one year without the option of a
fine. Judiciary committee.
RUPORTS OP COMMITTEES.
Noble Muller repotted from tho
commiitee on commerce, recom
mending that the petition that none
but natives be allowed to work on
the wharves be laid on the tabic.
Adopted. From the same commit
tee, recommending that tiie bill to
repeal the law for protecting certain
fish be indefinitely postponed, com
miitee believing the law a good one.
Rep. Paehaole moved the icport
be hud on the table lor considera
tion with the bill. He thought the
committee had not given due con
sideration to the subject.
Rep. Walpuihini biipportcd the
motion fur thu samo reason. Thu
report was altogether too brief for
infoi iiiatiun of the House.
Noble Widemann wanted to know
if any belter i eason could be given
than that the committee considered
the luw sought lo bo abolished was
a good law.
Rep. Puchnolc and Noble Wide
mann further dUcusscd the lepnrt,
and Rep. Kalua moved the pievious
question which carried.
U he motion to lay the report on
tho tablo was lost.
Tho ayes and noes wero called
on motion to adopt the report with
the following result:
Ayes Ministers Cummins, Blown
nud I'eterron ; Nobles Widemann,
Beiger, Mucfarlauc, Mul'er, Mc
Carthy, Phillips, Cruhbc, Ivntibanc,
J. M. Hoi tier. Hind, Pinker, Mars
den, W. Y. Homer, Cornwell, Wal
hridge, Anderson, Vou Tempsky,
G. N. Wile ix, andlenbcrg; Reps.
Bkiwii, Lucas, Baker, A. Homer,
Aptki, KalitJ, HaUteail, Kuudscu,
Rice, and A. S. Will ox. U2.
Noes Noblo Pua; Reps. Cum
miiig'', Mainttcs, Rosa, Bush, Ka-
uhi, Riekaul, K.ihookuun, Walpui
lani, Paehaole, White, Kauealii,and
Rep. Nuwalii asked to be excused
lrom voting as he was a member of
The report was declared adopted.
Noble Muller read the report of
tho committee on commerce, on the
hill to prevent counterfeiting oi for
eign postage stamps, lecomtneuding
Mln'stcr Brcwn moved thu icport
Rep. Kalua moved the report bo
Inid on the tablu to bu eoiibideied
with tho bill.
MitiUtoi Brown said lhe bill was
intioducod nt the ioque.it of the
Rep. Kalua thouqlit the proper
couifo was that indicated in his mo
tion, although he believed thu bill
was all right.
Minister Brown laid the adoption
of the repoit would not pais the
bill to cngiossment; it would come
up in tho remilar way jtut lhe same.
Noble Muller explained Hint the
committeo locomuiendtd rti iking
out the second section which gave
permission lo local publishers lo
ptitit illushatioin of stamps, the
dies orothern pparalus used for lhat
purpose to bo deposited with the
Postinastcr-Genoial because tho
committee did not consider it advis
able to have any bitch dies out or
for the Government lo incur the ex
pense of their custody.
Reps. Paehaole and Bush support
ed tho motion to lay on the table.
Noble Widemann thought it was
ridiculous to sny that the adoption
of the report implied the passage of
the committee s amendments.
The lepoit wa-i laid on the table
to bo considercnwith the bill.
Noble Muller, fiom the same com
miitee, reported on the pitition that
the pay of wharf laboren be in-crcaM-d,
recommending that il lie.
laid on the table, us the llou&o had
no authoiily to regulate wages.
The Pi csidcut named lhe follow
inn select committees:
On the Moreno claim Reps. R.
W. Wilcox, Bush, Nawahi, Nobles
Maisden and Isenberg.
On the Bov.lor claims Nobles
McCarthy, Paiker, Bergcr, Reps.
Rosa and Nawahi.
The Sccietaiy was then directed
to read a eomtnutiitaUou fioru the
Wilder btcamslnp Co., tendering
the use of the steamer Hawaii for
thu visit o" the select eonmiiWu to
Molokai, to leave tins evening and
rciuin cntly Thursday morning.
The Pi evident stated that he had
seen the committee and the com
pany, and, tue committee not noing
ready to go to night, it was arrang
ed that the visit be ni'idc next trip,
on or about lhuisday of next week.
Rep. Paehaole spoke in suppoil
of a motion lo accept the offer of
the company with thanks.
Noble Widemann was opposed to
accepting lhe iiteamcr fiee. lhe
House was not a pauper. Let it
pay the company ditect and not
through a subsidy to the line.
Rep. II. W. Wiico.c agreed with
tho hon. Noble, and moved that the
Secretary be ordered to convey the
thanks of the Houe to the company,
hut inform it that the House would
pay for the use of the steamer.
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of ac
cepting the offer and thanking the
commute. He thought that talk
about the offer as if it meant a biibc
was a direct insult to the company
He was surprised that, n- man bo tx
perieuced in public and private bu
siness as thu lion. Noble should
make such remarks. The late Hon.
S. G. Wilder had given steamers
free for the same purpose, and no
body ever accused him of improper
Noble Widemann promised to
take the lecture of his lion, fiiend,
a much younger man, to heart and
learn all that there was in it. The
company was cntillec to thanks for
its generous offer. It was a huge
company, however, and he doubled
if it was right for the management
to make tho offer without consulting
the stockholders. It would cost tho
company a good deal for coal and
wages and feeding the crew and tho
committeo, and he did not think the
company could afford to make the
offer or the House to accept il.
Noble J. M. Homer thought
the offer of tho company
should be accented. If it cost
500 the Houie would have so much
more to devote to the comfort ot
those unfortunates on Molokai.
.Rep. Baker thought the offer hav
ing been mado freely it ought to be
accepted by the House. When Dan
iel was going to be thrown into the
den of lions, tliu Lord baid, "Fear
not, Daniel, ho will not bile thee,"
and the House should not be aft aid
of this kind offer. When members
talked so much of economy, they
bhould not be afraid of an opportu
nity to save money.
The motion to accept Die compa
ny's offer with thanks eariied.
The Houso took icccas fiom 12 to
1 :JJ0 o'clock.
' -v .J
IQ W'lS THE TIME f
HOUSE AHD LOBBY.
"Cnn't you give ua noma good ad
vice against wasting tiiuo over noth
ing?" said n Honolulu representa
tive to the reporter on leaving tho
House at noen. Yes. vvc can give
tho ndvico fast enough, hut lhe
trouble would bo in lhe taking of
A parly of ladies visited lite As
sembly this forenoon. Judge Geo.
llichardion of Maai was present
during tlio silling, apparently
phased i.nlher than otherwise to 6ec
the new furniture silica liewau
.TuM.'co AJinUvinary-.T.JSriiry Hx.
!i risen t ml litiati.
The jubilci nnnivcrsaty of liio
Royal School camo off very success
fufy.lavt Saturday, July 12. A
large lanai 80x150 was urecttd on the
bchuol grounds, whose inloiior was
aitisUctilly decorated with Hawaiian
Hags. Tho pill 1 13 were entwined with
evergreens. The. lung talil-s extend
ing nlinojt the entire length of the
lanai, and another at thu head for
lh j Majesty iiid his Ministers, mem
liei ? of lhe Royal family and the
Diplomatic coi p"s, were beautifully
overlaid with fragrant llowets and
evergreens. The general aspect' ol
tiie interior was supeib and most
exqui-ite. Hawaiian dUhes in great
abundance were placed with taste on
the tables. The banquet was a
purely Hawaiian one, and Mis3 K.
Puabody and Mrs. C. K. Stiltman,
who hail charge of tho ltiau, devoted
their utmost skill and energy to the
preparation of the lunu, and they
certainly received tiie highest appio
bition of all present and the sin
cciest commendation of the alumni
of the Royal School for making tho
luau so successful.
For several months past the
vaiious committees were liaid at
work cntrying out their respective
duties. The iluanco committee were
able lo raise a v eiy haudsomo amount
ntiionj! the old members of the
school and the principal, the sub
scription list not being extended to
outsiders. About one hundred and
fifty pupils subscribed, and the
Jubilee Committees are under last
ing obligations to tlio-e pupils who
willingly gave in oidur lo make the
commemoration of the llftielh anni
versaiy of their Alma Muter suc-cebsful.
A little before 1 o'clock the arrival
of His Majesty, who was accom
panied by Mrs. J. V,. Robeitson,
was lieialdcd hy the Royal Hawaiian
Bind playing '-Hawaii Pomi." Ah
Us last stiains died away, Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, the Principal, invited
Ilis Majesty, and all ladies and gen
tlemen present to go to the upper
end of the school premises. Uu
arriving at the spot His Majesty
placed a cocoauut tree in a hole dug
tor the purpose, at the frame time
saying iu Hawaiian that he was re
quested to plant a cocoanut tree in
coiuniemoiatioii of the fiitieth anni
versary of the existence of the
Royal School, which he did with
great piide. When the cereraon.v.
was concluded all tcpaired to the
lanai vvheie all good things were
Among those "Alio sat down at the
King's lable were: Ilia Majesty,
Mrs. J. M. Cooke, the Ural teacher
of R. S., Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, II.
II. Princess Poouiaiktlani, Hon. J.
L. Stevens, U. S. Minister, and
Misses Stevens, Major J. II. Wode
house, II. B. M.'s Commissioner, and
Mrs. Wodcliouse, Chief Justice
Judd, Ilis Ex. J. A. Cummins, Min
ister Foieign Affairs, Mrs. J. W.
Robertson, Roar Admiral George
Brown, and staff, and Capt. Reiney,
and oiliceis of U. S. F. S, Charles
ton, Captain McCuiley and officers
U. S. S. Nipsic, Mrs. F. S. Pratt, a
pupil of lirst R. S., Hon. C. R.
Bishop, Pie-ident Board Education,
Hon. J. S. Walker, Justice S. B.
Bole, Mr. II. W. Severance, U. S.
Consiil-Gcncral, Rev. Alex. Mack
tosh, Principal 11 S., Senhor A. dc
S. Cauavarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner, Rev. Dr. E. G. Beckwtth,
and Miss Beckwilh, Mrs. J. O.
Carter, Mrs. C. N. Spencer. At the
other lable were: Mr. A. T. Atkin
son and Mrs. Atkinson, Mr. W. J.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. P. Jones, Rev.
W. B. Oleson, Rev. and Mrs. W. C.
Merritt, Brothers Francis and Frank,
Pi of. and Mrs. M. M. Scott, C.
Alee, Ilis Lordship the Bishop of
Honolulu and Mrs. Willis, Mr. J. A.
Mooic, Rev. II. II. Gowcn, Mrs. S.
G. Wilder, Hon. and Mrs. A. Rosa,
Mrs. B. F. Dilliugham, Mr. and
Mrs. II. Waterhouse, lions. W. D.
Alexander and 11. M. Whitney;
members of the Consular corps,
members of the Legislature, teachers
of schools, graduates of the Royal
School, and specially invited guests.
Over tliree hundred people sat down
at the first table.
Appropuate addresses were mado
by Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, Mn.
j'. M. Cooke, Kev. E. G. Bccksvith,
D. D., Hon. C. R. Bishop, Chief
Justice Judd, Mr. A, T. Atkinson,
Pio?. M. M. Scott, and Hon. A.
Feasting commenced at 1 o'clock,
and it vias nearly 4 o'clock in the
afternoon before the last guest was
served. The Royal Hawaiian Band,
kindly provided for tho occasion by
Prof." II. Bergcr, pl.vycd on the
lawn all the allernoon, and many
people sat under the shades ot the
ohui ticcs listening lo the dulcet
strains of tho band.
Mention mu t be made of the
host of "aweet litllo gills" who
acted a3 wailt esses and attended to
all the wants of tho guests. As the
guests left the banqueting lanai,
many expressed thu. r satisfaction
with tiie efficient aud successful
manner In which tho luau was con
ducted. Thu Princiuil and lhe
Comiuitleo of Aiiuiigeiiients must
be complimented and congratulated
on theii success, and the moro so,
because every ono ot the committee
was previously inexperienced.
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Society of the United States,
Are now acllhitr their Bonds, and upon oasy torma. The additional
turo of Iasuiancc goes witlt eveiy Bond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original end progrsjalvc Compaay :
ENDOWMENT BODS, 5 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 arid ecrLda, and its
( Fi-omtha JVctc York Hun, April Uh, 1800.)
Tho LarOht BusiiuflR Evr Transnctoil ly a Lifo Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of tho present year 19 reported to exceed Fiftt,.
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of tico hundred million) ofasiur
anceor (hi year, and i3 unprecedented in the annals of Hie assurance.
JGSTlnforiaation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the unuei signed at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHTff
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurahco Soeicly
of tho U. S. Jcn-l-'JO
Hfe Desire to Call Your Attention To
lit A lwWl H
las && c3sv'HK..sfc3r&vu5Ta f&i w gsa
the Vnlvas and "yliatlera of Steam Engines.
VALVOLINE s an eartli oil specially prepared under tlio highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter lus been expelled by a
process which leaves a pure mid heavy oil, which prevents the citing away
of boltB and keeps tho cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been iu con
stant uto over eighteen yours.
fjr"Vo aho manufacture Superior Machino and Spindlo Oila for all
classes of machinery.
2iC024a3?dL Sc 331 lis,
HQNOLULTJ TRON WORKS CO.. Solo AgODts. 001 3m
Owing to g Change in tho Firm
Will Take Fluce at the
U iLaSsUd its ess
M jjfj-j a i R w s K 5 5 "
COS3ER HOTEL & FOliT STREETS.
Saturday, July the I2tS
Sweeping Reductions in Every Department
S FOR tO DAYS OSSLY -S
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.'
E. R. FIuHDnr, President & Malinger.
Goufiily Bkown, Secretary &Tieasurer.
John Ena, Vicc-PreIdeut
Cucu. Buoivn, Auditor.
EVEHTS THIS EVEHIHQ.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Harmony Lodgo No. 3 I. 0. of 0.
I F. at 7 sao.
THE dihl: of tho limes h Unit's
I Delicious leu 1'ie.iiii roda, cool,
icfrcthhig and lnvlKui.itlng. only 15
cents a dihik, served at thu Elite Ice
Cieam Pailois. &'J8 lw
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE C0.5
JpiM. SprcktIs' Itunk, : Fort Street, Munulnln.
IMPORTEltS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qssuluo HaviLind Chins, plain and decorated; and Wedgewocd
Piano, Library & Stund Lamp?, Chandeliers & Elcctoliors",
Lamp Fixtuiea of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & Filed,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "auollo" 3'Whuokd Biding Dow Si Equulizer,
Bluebeard Blco Plow, l'l.vuteru' Steel Jc Goojcueckcd Iloee,
LAUD, CVLIXDEIt, KEUOSENE, LIN3EED,
Paints, Varnbhcs & Bruabcs, Mauil.i L Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
3rJori4i, IIohc, IICMe,
ItUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Aguto Iron War-.', Silver Pliitcd Ware, Table & rocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot Si Caps, Tho Celebrated ''Club" Machine-loRdod GcrtridgeB,
I F you wunt a tlue elgsis
i. McC'ai thy'a.
to 0, J.
nart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Tlpe & Bolt Threading,
Uartman's Steel Wire eaci
Gato City Stono Filters,
eaco it Steel Wire Mali",
Wm. Q. Fihher's Wrought Sttel Ranges
"New rrocewi" Twibt Drill",
Neol's Cuirriago TAiuta.