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DAILY BULliHTIl : HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 16, 181)0.
Pledged to neither Sett nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1890.
Mr. Charles "Wilcox, Secretary of
tlio Legislature, writes to say Hint,
the "Pao Ainu" has erred in hinting
that the Piesidunt has nnl appointed
a velvet committee on the item of
81000 in the Appropriation Bill for
tliu rulurn of indigent Hawaiian.
A committee was appointed on the
The. recognised weakucss of the
Honolulu Fire Dcpuilmbrtt is the
lack of an organized and ellleient
police in connection therewith rc
eogniwd by the llreinen themselves
and by intelligent spectators at fires.
The rabble, which ordinal ily keeps
under cover, turns out at the first
tap of the hell, and appears at Hie
scene of a fire, to rob, steal, and
obstruct the firemen in their work.
The duty of lire police is to keep
this clement at a distance, to pro
tect exposed property fiom their
appropriating proclivities, and to
prevent all non-workers from being
an obstruction to the firemen. An
attempt is being made within the de
partment, and with promise of suc
cess, to provide for the admitted
deficiency. A fire police has been
organised, and if its several mem
bers acquire a clear understanding
of their duties, turn out promptly
when needed, and work together
with judgment and energy, the or
ganization will be a valuable auxili
ary to the companies who bottle with
Look out for the near approach of
Saturn and Venus this evening in
the western sky, if it is clear. The
two planets wilt he twenty-live min
utes of arc, or less than the diame
ter of the monn, from each other.
The actual conjunction will take
place, ten hours later, anil be visible
in eastern Kurope where they will
be only five minutes of arc apart.
They will stilhbe near together to
morrow evening, but revciscd in po
sition. MEETING OF FIRE POLICE.
The new Fire Police Company
met last night in the hall of Mechan
ic Engine Co. No. 2, and completed
its organization. The company is
limited to thirty members, and that
number was made up at the meet
ing. A constitution and by-laws
were adopted and ollicors elected.
The ofliecrs arc: T. Krusc, Captain;
.1. Purely, Lieutenant ; L. Touissant,
Sergeant; II. Armitago, Secretary;
W. 1 Jill, Treasurer. The first Tues
day evening of each month was de
cided upon as the time of regular
meeting, but for a while meetings
will be more frequent.
A copy of "The Wave," No. (i,
published July Kith, has reached
ihe 15i:i.r.r.'iiN through post. "The
Wave" is printed and published on
the II. S. Flagship Charleston. .1.
L. Bennett i editor and publisher.
It is a neat little four-page two
rolumr. sheet. It contains much
matter in small space. "Miillum in
parvo" describes it accurately. Its
tone is generous and kindly. ' There
is not a harsh word in it. Its navy
news includes other nationalities
with that of its own. The late barge
race is commented on in just and
lair terms. The Hiii.i.ktin places
The Wave on the Hit of its ex
changes. HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Monday was the last day for re
ceiving petitions. Ntnety-nine-hun-dredths
of the time devoted to their
reception has been sheer waste.
What is the use of the people hav
ing representatiues, if their local
wants have to be set forth by peti
tion? Petitions aio proper when ask
ing for redress of grievances.
The members who have not yet
made their maidcu speeches ought
to be nnmottalized in a histoiic
painting. Thoy have saTcd the
country thousands of dollars by
their silence. Silence is golden, es
pecially in the Legislature.
Noble Phillips' bills are intended
to secure sanitary regulation of both
lodging and eating housos. The
mechanic senator is seldom heard in
the House, but never except to a
Opium promises to monopolize a
good month of the session, includ
ing the time taken to investigate the
opium scandal. The House should
be careful not to act rashly in legis
lation on tlio seductive drug, with
out better reasons than the failures
of ollicials to carry out laws that
have nothing else against them.
THE drink of tlio times Is Hart's
X Ooliclous Jco Cieam Soda, cool,
lefrcshing and invigorating, only 15
cents a drink, served at the Elite Ice
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
ik) columns, purely locul matter
Mailed to foreign countrim, S pur
San Franchco, July 1, per bur.',
The Standard Oil Refinery at St.
Lou s was burned dune 00. Three
lives were lost. Fvc acres were,
tut ued into a sea of lire.
liencral Caprivl, German Chan
cellor, says he accepted nllleo fully
convinced that (.lei many, now she
has embarked in colonial enter
pi-iics, must advance.
Tlio Louisiana Senate will pass
the House lottery bill in the torm
of a constitutional (intendment, to
bo voted on at the next State clue
lion. If the voto be against the
lottery the company will withdraw
its offer and leave the Slate when Us
The National Bank of Buenos
Ayrcs has suspended. Gold is at a
premium of 17:!.
Sevetnl cases of cholera have ap
peared in the city of Narbonne,
France. A disease siupeeted to be
cholera has appeared near Oporto,
Osman Digna led the Dervishes
who were defeated by the Italian
allies in Keren.
The General Act of the Anti
Slavery conference at Brussels was
sigued June 30.
Two French inhabitants of Cab
rock, near the frontier, were fired
upon Juno :0 by a German sentry.
They were gathering firewood in the
forest, when the sentry challenged
them and ordered them to withdraw.
As they made no reply lie fired,
wounding one of them.
Prohibition went into effect in
North Dakota midnight of June 30.
About half the saloon keepers will
go out of business, the other half
coing into the original package
Captain Murrcll, who rescued the
passengers of the steamer Danmark
over a year ago, was to bo married
on the 1st inst. to Miss Mary Mc
Connick, one of the sweetest and
prettiest girls in Baltimore.
Buck Ewing, the famous New
York catcher, has revealed propos
als of the National League for amal
gamation with the Playeis League,
which the latter has i ejected, and
Ewing does not believe tiie National
League clubs will last out the week.
Eyrand, the French murderer who
was tracked through the United
States and Canada, and arrested on
the detection of a woman in a Ha
vana millinery store, lias reached
Paris and been lodged in prison.
Enormous crowds turned out to see
The ship Great Admiral, JOl days
from Hongkong, arrived in New
York just in time to break a corner
in firecrackers, of which she had
Convicts at a coaling camp in
Texas assaulted and killedlho. guard
squad. They then visited another
camp and liberated three gangs. A
large force of olllcers with blood
hounds is in pursuit, and bloodshed
is expected to follow, as the conicts
obtained firearms from farm houses.
Guatemala having interfered in
the selection of a President in Sal
vador, the people of Salvador appeal
to Mexico for help. Mexico remains
neutral. Honduras will make com
mon cause with Guatemala, and Sal
vador is seeking an alliance with
Nicaragua and Costa llica. Gua
temala lias declared a censorship
over all telegrams. Everything is to
be feared from Barillas, as be- is a
Captain Erban, President of the
board appointed to try the cruiser
Philadelphia, reports that the vessel
made an average speed of nineteen
and a half knots per hour over a
forty-mile course. He would sub
mit 'a written report July 1st. The
report will insure the acceptance of
the Philadelphia, and guarantees
the contractors a premium of H,
000. The second race between O'Con
nor, the Canadian oarsman, and
Stansbury of New South Wales,
which was rowed owing to a claim
by O'Connor that he was fouled by
Stansbury in the first race, took
place Juno 30, and was won by
Stausburj', who thus wins So000 and
the championship of the world.
The Examiner's commercial news
of July 1st has the following: "The
heavy transactions ami decline in
the stocks of the Hawaiian Commer
cial and Sugar Company and tlio
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Com
pany were caused by the throwing
on the market of a largo block of
hypothecated stool: consequent on
the legislation in Congress on the
Tariff bill Hawaiian 'selling from
1U, down to IPf and Hutchinson
from 22A 18. At tho clobc a belter
feeling prevailed, both stocks having
regained most of their loss."
Sugar 00 test was fig in New York
Gcuer.il Middleton, tho British
army olllcer commanding the Can
adian militia, has been compelled to
resign, owing to exposures of his
illegal confiscation of furs belonging
to half-breeds while he was sup
pressing the Northwest rebellion.
'T. he Gleniivut distillery in Scot
land has been burned.
The failure to select a site keeps
San Francisco from getting n new
The Now York Mail and Express
prints a story from Washington to
the effect thet tho law lately passed
giving amnesty to desortcra'froni the
regular army was to clear up the
record of a wealthy gentleman, who
dcs&rtcd a generation or more ago
and has since been in constant ter
ror lest he should bo apprehended
and imprisoned, It is further statod
that there are thousands of others
to whom tlio law i3 a great relief,
lint who could not have commanded
influence to secure such a
Henry Sauudurs, wife, two chil
dren, and a hired girl were poisoned
at New Albany, Indiana, by eating
ham. Poi.on had been put in the
closet for rats, and this rats distri
buted the poison over provisions.
The father and hired, gill' would
probably die, and the others woic
T,. .1. Lr.vr.v, : : 1.i:ssi:i:.
Ci.iit Piiu.urs, s Ma.naokh.
ilAituv llm.u : Stahi: DiHKCToir.
W. Di.xtuii. : : Pnoi'K.unr.s.
K. K. Mauiicw. : MaCiiims'i.
Tlvoli Gaiety Cib'i
Saturday Evening, July 19th,
I'Irst prmluelhin of lh Grout Anioil
JSJ- nv particular reipicst.uOUA'N'D
M ATI SKK will be gheu on TUTUS
DAY AFTKHNOONsiI -'::!0 o'clock,
when will bo prevented, In three Acts:
" Peck's Bad Boy."
MATixrj-: pi;i:s: 1)10-3 cirei,;
iSOc. ll.ilumiv, Adults fiuj., Children
pw" Plan for rt'suiwd i-e.Us foi any
night of the - iisnn can be Cleared at
thu olllee of L. .1. l.inej , cor. I'oii and
Queen St.-. C0(i It
s w WPSii&ysifgy
"Erowir Elo:k,'' Had St. lwar Tort.
1 bey to announce to the public that I
offer for on In
I IV 10
. . Fi
CARTS & BREAKS.
AT A BAHOAIH'.
Also, a complete aortineiU of ilrst
elas5 -locK of
Curl, Wagon & Mwj
Selccli'd personally or tho best factories
in the KiiMeni .State.-. ii0 lui
i0;TAr. SavbiRS BimK- Pn-? ISoolc
Nu. ;I27. Milder will pli'aii re
turn Mime to Honolulu Post Olllce.
A J. INKS' Ivory I'lo. l-'inder will
pk-aie let in n to this olllce. CO I lw
Glltl. to do Jlht hoii'-ewiirkand take
emu ot a child. Apply at this
olllce. nor. ;tt
TI1KRK Kirst-da Hands for dies.
niiiKlnjj:. Apply at once at eial
005 tf Jhta Mi:i.I.H.
rr,HIZ nmlersigiicd will not be icspon
L h-iblu for any debts cnntiaiacd in
bis naiim without bl-t wiitten oiili-r.
005 !lt llaualel, Kaiiiil.
NOTICK is hereby plven Unit 1 will
not pay debts eoiitracluil In my
uamo without my wiitten older.
. C. ACHl.
Ilonolnhi. July 7, ISflO. mm
TWILL not bn responsible for any
J. bills iiuahiHt the Steamer "Aim
mal" uiiIces Incurred bv
order. O. P.
Honohihi. .Tunc 7, IBOO.
TIIL Hawaiian Hotel Stable'! lo
uotli'ii to thoso uwhifr thi'in old
accounts, that if not settled by AiiKU"t
1. IH'.IO, they wtll bit jiui In tho hands
of a collector. HOI td
NOTICK is heieby frlvcii that 1 will
pay no bills contracted by Mrs.
Hebeccrt. I'aneo PiiiiKu without my
.L ALFItKD .MAOOOX.
rjHIE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
X not lie rcspoiislblu for any bills
contracted In their name without a
wiitten order signed cither by D. P.
Pcteioou or"J. M. Oat.
11. !'. IMI.l.lMillA.M.
Sliiungnr Hawaiian Consti notion Co.
Jlonuhilu, Julyll, 18U0. Cull 1
C ft Ca he
Auction .Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Executor & Trustee's Sale of
Uv ilbeetlnn of CECIL lmOWX. Ks
ectifor A.Tciuiti'0 of the l.at Will nuil
Testament id Philip Milton, deeea-eil,
I inn ilhi'i'Utl to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 U'Or.OCK A. 31.,
At the Parm llouso In Pulolo Valley.
Honolulu. Oahn, all the following
ih'seillii'd Property, suitable
for Itiuieh purposes:
Nt All th.it land containing an yica
of l.M)J ncic anil sltimle In Klpnhulu
and Wiilalno-IU, District of IConii, i):iliu.
mill being tlio samo prenibos conveyed
tothfsatil Philip Jlilton by tho Tins-
tc.es 01 the J'Miiic 01 v. u. iiiinaiuo.
2ml All tlmt hind conHliung an uira
ot nine acii's situate hi Pnlolu Valley,
nuil being tin1, xamo prcinUn i;onevil
to tho wild Philip Milton by Urn!ihi
Sherman. This propcity has u huge
reservoir upon It, which supplies ths
lower land-, with water for rice cuKlvii
tlnii, tho iCM'rvolr is ISO fatlioni Mium-i'
mid has a depth of 1 1 feet, and eo-t In
thu neighborhood of 10,000.
Ill d 'All that land containing an niea
of U0 acre? and sltuatu sit Ivipiiliulu,
Oahn. The two larger tracts In Klpu
hiihi and Wulnlnc-lkl arc fenced with
rood htono valK and wire fi-uchur di
vides them fmni pioperty now In pn
seslou of I). P. Icnbeig mid used for
r.uiehhig pin poses.
Alio at the tame time and phice the
Lease from the llawail.in tiueni
ment. of Wx acres of lamb, known as
Kipiihl, yearly icntal 6-'-0, cxplic-i
June 21. ISii'J. A poitlou nf tbK laud
(I! aeies) Mibict to a Chinaman for rice,
for SjO ii year.
Lease from Commissioner of Ciown
Lands, of lands known as Wiiioiiuio mid
L'likcle. arc.i '.Hi! acres, yearly rental
$58.1. lease e.die-, J tin. 1..1SMU.
Lease fmiii 1. W. Pauabl. of 111
acres of land of KeMo, yearly rental
S.'U'O. A portion of this land under
cultivation of rice by Chhio-e who have
payed 81000 a year, tlio reservoir Mip
plylnsj roost of the water, k'ae. expires
Lease from H. II. 11. Lilluokalanl.
pt land known as Kaiiinveloa, 214 acies,
yrarlv rental $'M), lease uxphe in May,
Lease from D. W. Pauald. t land of
Kekio. about ."DO actes, yearly rental
$2Utl, lease expires Oct., ls'll
Lease from Hawaiian Government, of
land of Waahila, 180 aeies yeaily icnt
al !s2nt). lease expires in An;?., 1'M.
Lease from Tru-tecs of UNlmp Instate
of Waahila, KOI) acres, yearly rental
!J200. leas-e expires Auu't, 1SU11.
Lease from S. Kawai abd Kekaul of 2
pieces of laud hi AValainan and Kekio
:. ncie-, yearly rental 521, lease cx
piies in August, 180'J.
The lauds of Waahila -ISii aeiei mi
aow lirbifilnp: a leutal under ;ui aaiee
uient w llh Portuguese of $(i00 a year.
There an: about 8 acres of tarn almost
ripe wliich will be sold with the laud
upon which it IsKi'owhu;
The income from Oranges. Limes,
Coffee, Ktc . and Pastiiriie have,
amounted to about 5? 100 a year.
Tho propcity above j-cl forth ba a
labuicr's lione. .sbmhter house and
other ranch buildlngn upmi ilicni, mid 2
ANo at tho (-111110 time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
(10 Milch Cows. Poven 'all of Woikln
Oxen, also ."1 Ilori-es. 1; Maics nnd.2
Colts, O'l Cait, .Saddles and Hi idle-,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and other i;lon-ils ami
propcrt v 1iM.1l iiKiu a well appointed
r-J? The 1'ioppity can be iu.pccted at
any time. Poi fi.i't Iht pin fi.-ultir- apply
J AS. P. ItfOKCAX,
Or, to Ci'.cn. Ibiowx.
Kxeentor ,V. Trn-lee. MH! lui
QB'B'KKSIM CTSW Ofr' TIJR
Kj Hawaiian Islands. At Chaiiib'-i'-.
In the matter of the Ilankruiitcy of Henry
Cannon, liefore Mr. .IiiMho Dole.
Order on iictltion of bankrupt for
dbcharo fiom his debn.
Upon reading and tlline; this petition
of Henry Cannon, of Honolulu, Oahn,
alleIn that more than m.v months
have clapull since he was adjudicated
a Bankrupt and praying for dlscliaigu
fiom all his debts.
It Is oideied that WKDNKSPAY. the
Wtll day of .liily, A. U. JWI, at 10
A. M., of that day at the Court lioom In
Alliolaul Hale, Honolulu, be and Is
hereby appointed the time and place
forbearing of said petition when and
whine all ciedltorrf who have proved
tlidb clainiK against said Ilaukiupt may
niijiear and show- uaui-e, if any they
have, why thopiayer of -aid lUinkriipt
should not bo granted.
And it Is umber oidercd that uotleo
bo given by advertisement In the Daji.V
iliiu.KTi.N )iihlUhcd in said Honolulu,
for two weeks of the time and place of
Fiieh bearing mid that the Clerk of the
Supreme Court mull notices of the time,
and place of fnld heuiiugtoallcicdltora
of xalil ISnukiupt who have piovcd their
di'blrt. Ily tlio Court.
J. II. KE1ST,
Dated Honolulu, July 11, 1SH0
Tai Wo Wing Kee,
Nc. 30 Kuuami Bt. V. 0, Cox 267.
Boot and Shoe Store,
Having had 10 years experlcncu In
the business, f am prepared to mmiii
facturo to older lashlonablo hand
sewed Ladies' & Gentlemen's H00U &
Shoes. Also, French & Ainei lean Hoots
& hlioos rccolved by cvciy steamer,
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat
ronage. Ml Dm
t& For full pntticulara apply to
Auction Sales by LevIs J, Levay.
Special Sale !
On SATURDAY, .Inly 19th,
at ist o'ctouu :voo..
1 will poll at Public Auction, at Old
diatom lloic-e Wlllllf.
One Veneless Windmill
In good worMnj order;
1 Wood l'rauio, 20 ft. Mpiaie, till icndy
1 Brass Cylinder ltuni,
lju 111. ilNi'linrgc;
l.'.'OO ft. lj In. Iron Pipe, wliu :! Cheel.
-i Vr Pipe 'A'ojnrm-M. t
A Cure for Influenza !
DB. lOZIElTS HAWAIIAN CHEflRY COH.
CUL, one of ihe .be-t lemedles
ever iucpared for eoiiglis. n-tliina. lung
and chest tumble, mid 11 great lellet to
whooping cough and iluoat affection.
Ask for Dr. Lrz.er's Kawr.Ii.in Clibiijr Cor
dial sold ut
HOLL1STKI? .'i GO'S.,
And P.ICXaON, SMITH & CO'.S.
f ibrl your "Clierrv Cordial" the best
niedlcliK' we have eer n-ed for eotiglii,.
colds and Jung irouiile. All of our na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese uiid Japanese
w ill use no other 1 ii'-e nothing else in
my oivufamilv. Yours trolv.
C. A. CIIAPIX.
Manager Kohala hugar Co.
We have sold a large cuiantlty of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
stoie, both at K'calia imd Kainoi, and
can checifollv ieuiinniKiid It forbioo
Veiy rcKiee!fullv vour,
(iKO K." I'AIKCIIILI).
(il)r tf Ti ca-urer ilakee Sugar Co.
tsar-Our Xcw Allotype Illitrated
(J.ilaliigiie eni lice 011 application.
llh SI'TTKK NT,
Kan Ki-uiK'tseo. ; Callluniiu
r -' t "
j 1 z.
5 ; "
tfFt W J O ,
&w ! 5 5 z.u
M'rH & 5
J. T, WATERHOUSE.
NOTICE is hereby given that Tom
Gow and All Phnrt have formed
a co-partnership under tho tlrm name
of Tom flow fc Co,, nud will carry on a
dry goods and talluiing business at No.
iW Nuuanii stieot, otieulng on Thursday,
July 1", J80ti. C01 Jv
MIlEullITH & FIELD,
tllCl 'jSl " OB
ISSUED BY THE
OarT jSXSTW YORK
ItlCffAUU A. JIcOVRDY, I'raliJeitt
Having ii'inovi'd our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
TS'o. '29 FOIIT 8SrJLR.E3E11
(Near the C'tiMoin Uonse)
We arc now piepuied to furnish at s-hort notice, and of prime quality, nny
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
J MIIUUlj iJJUll'J."
Saraaparilln, Sfirsaprtrilla & Iron Wnfcor, fii:tl Cvnb
IWng OM'luiM'ly the HYATT PlJltK WATKll SY.STKM.
HOLLISTER & CO
AVIthoul 11 Kival In Vrico & Quality I
0u3-third the Prioa cf the Royal !
Every Housokeepor Should Xfeo It !
ipSST A ijuiing of :ttl I'm Cent in Cott and Quality the Very Best, j&j f
SPECIAL. RATES TO JOBBERS.
2L'irge Furnished Kootiw,
centrally located. Ap
ply m this uillci!. (10r lw
rg A SIHTI3 of Three Nicely
.sSsi-Jgi f. Furnished Ilooms. An-
Wsg& Ply at No. s: Punchbowl
stnei, or lo II. !'. Hcbbard. ilOl tf
5rtiA 1I"Y a gentleman a Neatly
.fe'Jw J- Kuriilslieil Front Ilooiii
UJ3 with liath. in orivatu famllv.
mid convctdonl to sire'et ears. Address
Front Poom,'' 15i;i.i.i:iin Ofllee. C0121
HOU.SK with 7 rooms
" and Imlli. on the cor
ner of Iteretaiii.'i and Pen-ii-
eola streets. Cms pass the door. Ap
ply at this oflice. fi.M tf
VAKTK1 at, ONCE!
&4V A fO'lTAiHC within two
riu$9 '"' three blocks from
fflSaa the comer of Fort and Hold
streets, suitable tor three gentlemen for
housekeeping. Aildirss "P. O. box
No. 2!i7." filiO If
fv a riMIK Two-stoiy
ftKJ K KiiUdlng now
J Ihe olllee of the Hawaiian
TianiwaysCo., (L'd), on King street,
I snltfibli!. either for an ofllen or store.
Apply lit the
TO LET or LEASE
fJ'HK Ucsldence of Mrs. A.
SSga i Long, In Pauon Valley.
ESSSBi Annlv to
!)1 King st., over J. Nott'.s stoic.
NOTICE to HOUSEMEN 1
rr he. Celebrated Rim-
nandoali" will stand
tills season at the
"- Woodhiwn DaliT;
terms ".0. For fuilber pfti'tieiilars
apply at the Dairy. r.85 :im
Planters & Lovers of Good Stock
Just arrived on tho t-innslod schooner
Ol-u," PI Head of Mules and 11 Hoad
Oeiilli! Iloises sultnblu for liulles lo
drive. Also, the trotting lioise CaIio."
Brood Mares, Tiio.rouglibred & Boad
1 Normmi rhalllon,
1 Coach Stallion,
Five Head of COWS-U Diuhunm with
Calves a weeks old; 1 Jersey will
calvolud weeks; 1 Aryshlro Cow,
uow milking S gallons a day.
Also, Four Road Carts,
(:i Pcttthuna & 1 Frnser;;
1 I'ins Top Itook-awny.
C33rifor further particulars apply lo
C03 lw At tho Pantheon .Stables,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Lm fei y
HENRY DAV3S & CO.,
Ktelusive Agents for Hie Hawaiian Islands.
-j o VOLUMES Encyctepipilln Brltan
J & idea, Morocco bound, In eood
Apply at this
W ESTEim AYF.lt Piano for sale as
good as new, only bought a fow
months ago. Inrjiure at tho
TKMPLr. OF FASHION,
uOOlw Cor. Hotel and Fort Sta.
A DIVIDEND will be paid on the
lfitli July, to the creditors of II.
ii., at the olllee of Alex. J. Cartw right,
Merchant street, opposite Bethel street.
Please cull caily.
U01 lw PEK ORDER .
THE nnnual mpitliig of the Hawaii
Commercial Company will be held
at my olllee, No. in Kaalmmanii street,
on MON DAY. duly 23, 1800, ut 5 o'clock
Hccrctary U. O. Co.
rpiIK annual lucetlng of the stock
L holders of 1 ho Wmohlnii Agiicul-tui-al
& Grazing Co. wilt be held at Urn
olllce of tho Secretary, at Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, the HOth Inst., at 10
o'clock A. 31. C. P. 1AUKEA.
Secietary W. A. &(. Co.
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding HGiise,
Aha, Ueneral MercbaaiUso.
Kwa Plmiintlou, : Honolulu, Ewa.
Tiavelers by train or Government
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board. Charges reasonable. 002 tin
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